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Old 06-27-2012, 10:52 AM  
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****2012-2013 Fantasy Football Repository Thread****

I did my first year of fantasy baseball -- I cannot tell you how much I'm ready for FF after that cluster****.

I figured this would be a good thread prior to most team's drafts.

When the time comes we can start a "rate my team" thread, and also a "sit/start thread."

So, how many leagues are you joining?

What intrigues you the most?

What player/s flying under the radar do you think will impact the FF world the most?

Also, cheap plug --- Mr. Plow's league needs one more player. It's a fun IDP league. I'm sure he'll be along to promote it -- we only want handsome, well hung gentlemen like ourselves. It'd be fun to get a CPer into that last spot.

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Old 08-01-2012, 12:59 PM   #46
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Picking 3/12 in a league.

No PPR.

#1 guy is a wildcard -- let's assume he takes Foster. #2 is a huge GB guy -- Rodgers off the board.

Who should I be targeting with #3?

Who holds more value in your mind? McCoy or Rice?
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:04 PM   #47
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Well the draft party weekend went off without much of a hitch.
My team came off as follows: round picked in parentesis and bench players in brackets
QB: Rodgers(1) [Freeman (11)]
RB: Richardson (2),S. Jackson(3),D. Martin(4)flex [Starks(8)]
WR: J. Jones(5),A.Brown(7) [Britt(9), Amendola(13) Baldwin(15)]
TE: Gates(6) [Cook (12)]
K: Kaeding (14)
D/ST: Dallas (10) [Kansas City (16)]

*Amendola and KC D/ST were actually picked in rounds 13.10 and 14.3 after trading M. Crabtree (picked 11.4 and my 16th rounder)

Below are some pics (one of the dealer from the end of the poker game is probably NSFW). Didn't get any of her stripping/just dealing topless.
1 - One of the monster bunkers at Royal Links on Thursday (I didn't hit it in there, I just wondered WTF I was supposed to do if I had)
2 - Rough at Royal Links (yeah, he was playing out of that)
3 - The 8 that ended up showing up....4 had to back out last minute (oh well....we knew that was a possibility)
4 - Draft in progress
5 - Dealer with poker winner
6 - Prepped to jump off of the Stratosphere
7 - Just a view off of the balcony while we were out smoking a cigar

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Old 08-02-2012, 12:10 PM   #48
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Well the draft party weekend went off without much of a hitch.
My team came off as follows: round picked in parentesis and bench players in brackets
QB: Rodgers(1) [Freeman (11)]
RB: Richardson (2),S. Jackson(3),D. Martin(4)flex [Starks(8)]
WR: J. Jones(5),A.Brown(7) [Britt(9), Amendola(13) Baldwin(15)]
TE: Gates(6) [Cook (12)]
K: Kaeding (14)
D/ST: Dallas (10) [Kansas City (16)]

*Amendola and KC D/ST were actually picked in rounds 13.10 and 14.3 after trading M. Crabtree (picked 11.4 and my 16th rounder)

Below are some pics (one of the dealer from the end of the poker game is probablyNSFW). Didn't get any of her stripping/just dealing topless.
1 - One of the monster bunkers at Royal Links on Thursday
2 - The 8 that ended up showing up....4 had to back out last minute (oh well....we knew that was a possibility)
3 - Draft in progress
4 - Dealer with poker winner
5 - Prepped to jump off of the Stratosphere
6 - Just a view off of the balcony while we were out smoking a cigar

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It may because I'm at work. But, the only picture that showed up was the last one.

Any explanation on why you went T-Rich with rd. 2 pick?

I think he's a solid back -- but Cleveland is just a bunch of MEH to me.
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:22 PM   #49
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It took me a while to get them posted. They should work now.
As for T-Rich, he's gonna get all of the RB touches there and I admittedly have him higher than most (he's my #10 RB). With a current ADP of 14.5 overall, I really liked him there.
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Old 08-02-2012, 12:28 PM   #50
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It took me a while to get them posted. They should work now.
As for T-Rich, he's gonna get all of the RB touches there and I admittedly have him higher than most (he's my #10 RB). With a current ADP of 14.5 overall, I really liked him there.
I agree that he's going to be THE guy THE workhorse for Cleveland.

I just think Cleveland is one dimensional. Hopefully Weeden proves me wrong -- if so, TRich could be a solid pick.
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:49 PM   #51
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Picking #2 in a draft.

12 teamer.

The guy picking #1 is a hugee GB homer. Rodgers will be taken..

No ppr.

I almost have to take Foster, right?
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:52 PM   #52
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Foster or Ray Rice....yeah.
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Old 08-08-2012, 04:19 PM   #53
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Foster or Ray Rice....yeah.
I may be stupid.

But I kind of like McCoy a hair more than Rice this year.
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:25 PM   #54
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Picking #2 in a draft.

12 teamer.

The guy picking #1 is a hugee GB homer. Rodgers will be taken..

No ppr.

I almost have to take Foster, right?
I think any of the top 3 (Foster, Rice, McCoy) are acceptable. It's all about who you prefer.

Personally I rank them Rice, Foster, McCoy.
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:54 PM   #55
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I think you can't go wrong with any three of them.

Right now I would rank them: Foster, McCoy, Rice.
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Old 08-09-2012, 09:50 PM   #56
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I drafted 10th spot in a snake draft. QB's went fast and furious - Big 3 gone by pick #4.

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QB: Ben Rapherberger (7th), Alex Smith (13th)

RB: Michael Turner (4th), Peyton Hillis (6th), Isaac Redmond (8th), James Starks (9th), LaMichael James (14th), Mike Tolbert (16th)

WR: Greg Jennings (1st), AJ Green (3rd), Marquez Colston (5th), Randall Cobb (11th), Kendall Wright (15th)

TE: Gronkowski (2nd)

D: CHIEFS, duh (12th)

K: Seabass (10th)
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:05 AM   #57
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I drafted 10th spot in a snake draft. QB's went fast and furious - Big 3 gone by pick #4.

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QB: Ben Rapherberger (7th), Alex Smith (13th)

RB: Michael Turner (4th), Peyton Hillis (6th), Isaac Redmond (8th), James Starks (9th), LaMichael James (14th), Mike Tolbert (16th)

WR: Greg Jennings (1st), AJ Green (3rd), Marquez Colston (5th), Randall Cobb (11th), Kendall Wright (15th)

TE: Gronkowski (2nd)

D: CHIEFS, duh (12th)

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Alright you asked for it....Don't like your team at all honestly.

I would never pick Jennings in the first with the way Rodgers spreads it around. Is this a keeper league? I just don't see how you pick Jennings at 10 over the possible RBs available, or even Jimmy Graham if it isn't. WR is also incredibly deep this year, while RB is embarrassingly shallow. Curious who you passed on to pick Jennings.

Since the top 3 qbs went off the board quick, I assume a good back fell to you? Your backs are terrible, especially for ppr. I feel like you're going to be scrambling all year looking for production from that position. All your RBs are in a time share and don't help out much in the passing game aside from Hillis but I think he takes a step back in that department due to Jamaal. Turner is slowly being squeezed out of the equation in a pass heavy offense and ATL has said they will lower his carries. And Redman just isn't any good.

Also not a big fan of picking a kicker or defense that early when you can fill up on your other positions.

I do like the Ben pick/waiting on a qb in general. I like him a lot this year and qb is very deep so if you can't get one of the top 5 in the 3rd-4th range then I think it's much better to just wait and get a Romo, Ryan, Ben, Rivers, Eli, Cutler. I'm waiting on qb regardless this year but i do see the reasoning of picking the top 3 early.

I just don't see any way that your team is competitive unless you just kill it on the waiver wire. Just my opinion.
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I think Rush was being too nice with his assessment of that team.
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Alright you asked for it....Don't like your team at all honestly.

I would never pick Jennings in the first with the way Rodgers spreads it around. Is this a keeper league? I just don't see how you pick Jennings at 10 over the possible RBs available, or even Jimmy Graham if it isn't. WR is also incredibly deep this year, while RB is embarrassingly shallow. Curious who you passed on to pick Jennings.

Since the top 3 qbs went off the board quick, I assume a good back fell to you? Your backs are terrible, especially for ppr. I feel like you're going to be scrambling all year looking for production from that position. All your RBs are in a time share and don't help out much in the passing game aside from Hillis but I think he takes a step back in that department due to Jamaal. Turner is slowly being squeezed out of the equation in a pass heavy offense and ATL has said they will lower his carries. And Redman just isn't any good.

Also not a big fan of picking a kicker or defense that early when you can fill up on your other positions.

I do like the Ben pick/waiting on a qb in general. I like him a lot this year and qb is very deep so if you can't get one of the top 5 in the 3rd-4th range then I think it's much better to just wait and get a Romo, Ryan, Ben, Rivers, Eli, Cutler. I'm waiting on qb regardless this year but i do see the reasoning of picking the top 3 early.

I just don't see any way that your team is competitive unless you just kill it on the waiver wire. Just my opinion.
Yep, RB is by far, without a doubt, my weakest position group.

I didn't have a ton of elite backs left by the 10th pick, which is a tough spot to draft. Foster, Rice, McCoy, Forte, Calvin Johnson, Chris Johnson, and the 3 QBs were all gone.

My logic was Matthews is glass (thank god, as he broke his collarbone 15 minutes after i made that decision!), McFadden is coming back from LisFranc surgery, Trent Richardson had surgery and is a rookie and on the browns, Jamaal is coming off ACL and will split carries, and I dont like MJD. Jimmy Graham ****ed his back up yesterday in practice, too.

So the highest player I had at the time were WRs. Fitz or Jennings. I love Fitz, but I dont trust the QB(s?) or AZ defense to help him. I figure I'll have a lot more opportunity for points with Jennings and the Pack, even if its spread around.

In the second, I had to go Gronk. Graham was injured, and the point advantage I will have over everyone else's TE's is immense, and could help to win tight games.

24 picks later, RB was scarce. Since everyone had loaded up at RB, i figured other position groups would go off the board, so I grabbed AJ Green - remember, we have 3 WR's + flex. I was able to get Turner in the 4th.

Didnt have a ton of options, but I agree, not a stellar team. I feel comfortable that I did well considering how the board fell.
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Yep, RB is by far, without a doubt, my weakest position group.

I didn't have a ton of elite backs left by the 10th pick, which is a tough spot to draft. Foster, Rice, McCoy, Forte, Calvin Johnson, Chris Johnson, and the 3 QBs were all gone.

My logic was Matthews is glass (thank god, as he broke his collarbone 15 minutes after i made that decision!), McFadden is coming back from LisFranc surgery, Trent Richardson had surgery and is a rookie and on the browns, Jamaal is coming off ACL and will split carries, and I dont like MJD. Jimmy Graham ****ed his back up yesterday in practice, too.

So the highest player I had at the time were WRs. Fitz or Jennings. I love Fitz, but I dont trust the QB(s?) or AZ defense to help him. I figure I'll have a lot more opportunity for points with Jennings and the Pack, even if its spread around.

In the second, I had to go Gronk. Graham was injured, and the point advantage I will have over everyone else's TE's is immense, and could help to win tight games.

24 picks later, RB was scarce. Since everyone had loaded up at RB, i figured other position groups would go off the board, so I grabbed AJ Green - remember, we have 3 WR's + flex. I was able to get Turner in the 4th.

Didnt have a ton of options, but I agree, not a stellar team. I feel comfortable that I did well considering how the board fell.
I see. I agree that 10th is a pretty bad spot this year but I feel you should have took more chances drafting in that spot. There's virtually no upside on your team. You almost have to take risks picking late in order to give yourself a chance at a great team and that's why I much prefer auction drafts.


We have different outlooks in FF. I much rather swing for the fences on an elite talent and guy in a great situation but has injury concerns (McFadden, Matthews, Richardson) than play it safe and get a normal season that you would get out of Jennings, especially when you consider the depth at wr this year. Those guys can win leagues for you. Jennings isn't going to do that. I wouldn't go wr early this year except for Calvin but if I were give me Julio ten times out of ten over Jennings. Higher upside.

I probably would have taken McFadden in that spot but if you asked me yesterday morning it might have been Matthews.
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