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View Poll Results: What are the FOUR strongest teams in this league heading into Week 1?
Team 1 3 12.50%
Team 2 3 12.50%
Team 3 3 12.50%
Team 4 2 8.33%
Team 5 6 25.00%
Team 6 11 45.83%
Team 7 3 12.50%
Team 8 5 20.83%
Team 9 5 20.83%
Team 10 2 8.33%
Team 11 3 12.50%
Team 12 9 37.50%
These teams all stink. I would destroy lives in this league. 2 8.33%
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:47 PM  
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Who has the strongest fantasy teams in this league?

Poll to follow. One of the teams is mine, and I want to know just how awesome it is. Starters are listed, followed by bench. The league has 1 QB, 2 RB, 2WR, 1RB/WR, 1 TE, 1 K, and 1 Defense.

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Team 1
Andrew Luck, Ind*QB Arian Foster, Hou*RB Fred Jackson, Buf*RB Steven Jackson, StL*RB Brandon Lloyd, NE*WR Percy Harvin, Min*WR Greg Olsen, Car*TE Patriots D/ST*D/ST Shayne Graham, Hou*K

Donald Brown, Ind*RB Torrey Smith, Bal*WR Ben Roethlisberger, Pit*QB Ryan Williams, Ari*RB**P Kendall Hunter, SF*RB Taiwan Jones, Oak*RB

Team 2
Matthew Stafford, Det*QB Trent Richardson, Cle*RB**Q BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Cin*RB**P Nate Washington, Ten*WR Larry Fitzgerald, Ari*WR Jordy Nelson, GB*WR Tony Gonzalez, Atl*TE Eagles D/ST*D/ST David Akers, SF*K

Jeremy Maclin, Phi*WR Pierre Garcon, Wsh*WR Kenny Britt, Ten*WR**SSPD Bernard Scott, Cin*RB**Q Joe Flacco, Bal*QB Mike Tolbert, Car*RB**P

Team 3
Drew Brees, NO*QB Adrian Peterson, Min*RB**Q James Starks, GB*RB**Q Antonio Brown, Pit*WR Mike Wallace, Pit*WR Dez Bryant, Dal*WR**P Antonio Gates, SD*TE Lions D/ST*D/ST Garrett Hartley, NO*K

Philip Rivers, SD*QB Malcom Floyd, SD*WR Santonio Holmes, NYJ*WR**P Alex Smith, SF*QB Leonard Hankerson, Wsh*WR Danny Woodhead, NE*RB

Team 4
Michael Vick, Phi*QB**P Marshawn Lynch, Sea*RB**Q DeAngelo Williams, Car*RB Stevan Ridley, NE*RB**P Andre Johnson, Hou*WR**P Vincent Jackson, TB*WR Jason Witten, Dal*TE**Q Jets D/ST*D/ST Mason Crosby, GB*K

Michael Bush, Chi*RB C.J. Spiller, Buf*RB Shane Vereen, NE*RB**Q Rueben Randle, NYG*WR Mike Goodson, Oak*RB Mario Manningham, SF*WR

Team 5
Aaron Rodgers, GB*QB Darren Sproles, NO*RB**Q Jonathan Stewart, Car*RB**Q Robert Meachem, SD*WR Wes Welker, NE*WR A.J. Green, Cin*WR Jacob Tamme, Den*TE Ravens D/ST*D/ST Dan Bailey, Dal*K Lance Moore, NO*

WR Anquan Boldin, Bal*WR Ronnie Hillman, Den*RB**P Matt Cassel, KC*QB Ronnie Brown, SD*RB Coby Fleener, Ind*TE

Team 6
Matt Ryan, Atl*QB LeSean McCoy, Phi*RB Darren McFadden, Oak*RB Frank Gore, SF*RB Dwayne Bowe, KC*WR Davone Bess, Mia*WR Jermichael Finley, GB*TE**P Bears D/ST*D/ST Jason Hanson, Det*K

Denarius Moore, Oak*WR**Q Isaac Redman, Pit*RB**P Cedric Benson, GB*RB Justin Blackmon, Jac*WR Russell Wilson, Sea*QB Carson Palmer, Oak*QB

Team 7
Tom Brady, NE*QB Willis McGahee, Den*RB Doug Martin, TB*RB Reggie Wayne, Ind*WR Brandon Marshall, Chi*WR DeSean Jackson, Phi*WR Jimmy Graham, NO*TE Packers D/ST*D/ST Rob Bironas, Ten*K

Mark Ingram, NO*RB**P David Wilson, NYG*RB Brandon Pettigrew, Det*TE Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buf*QB Greg Little, Cle*WR Mikel Leshoure, Det*RB**SSPD

Team 8
Eli Manning, NYG*QB Jonathan Dwyer, Pit*RB Michael Turner, Atl*RB Miles Austin, Dal*WR**P Roddy White, Atl*WR Hakeem Nicks, NYG*WR**Q Vernon Davis, SF*TE Texans D/ST*D/ST Stephen Gostkowski, NE*K

Maurice Jones-Drew, Jac*RB Kevin Smith, Det*RB**Q Josh Freeman, TB*QB Titus Young, Det*WR Laurent Robinson, Jac*WR Rashard Mendenhall, Pit*RB**D

Team 9
Jay Cutler, Chi*QB Chris Johnson, Ten*RB Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG*RB**P Shonn Greene, NYJ*RB Julio Jones, Atl*WR Eric Decker, Den*WR Rob Gronkowski, NE*TE Steelers D/ST*D/ST Matt Prater, Den*K

Toby Gerhart, Min*RB Daniel Thomas, Mia*RB Sidney Rice, Sea*WR**P Mike Williams, TB*WR Tim Tebow, NYJ*QB Alfred Morris, Wsh*RB

Team 10
Matt Schaub, Hou*QB Beanie Wells, Ari*RB**P Pierre Thomas, NO*RB Marques Colston, NO*WR Calvin Johnson, Det*WR**P Greg Jennings, GB*WR Jared Cook, Ten*TE 49ers D/ST*D/ST Sebastian Janikowski, Oak*K**Q

Victor Cruz, NYG*WR Reggie Bush, Mia*RB Owen Daniels, Hou*TE Dexter McCluster, KC*RB Andy Dalton, Cin*QB**P Randy Moss, SF*WR

Team 11
Peyton Manning, Den*QB Matt Forte, Chi*RB Jamaal Charles, KC*RB**P Rashad Jennings, Jac*RB Steve Johnson, Buf*WR**P Demaryius Thomas, Den*WR Aaron Hernandez, NE*TE**P Seahawks D/ST*D/ST Robbie Gould, Chi*K

Ryan Mathews, SD*RB**D Robert Griffin III, Wsh*QB LeGarrette Blount, TB*RB Felix Jones, Dal*RB Brandon LaFell, Car*WR Jacquizz Rodgers, Atl*RB

Team 12
Cam Newton, Car*QB Ray Rice, Bal*RB DeMarco Murray, Dal*RB**P Roy Helu, Wsh*RB Steve Smith, Car*WR**Q Michael Crabtree, SF*WR Fred Davis, Wsh*TE Falcons D/ST*D/ST Alex Henery, Phi*K

Tony Romo, Dal*QB Ben Tate, Hou*RB Peyton Hillis, KC*RB Darrius Heyward-Bey, Oak*WR Nate Burleson, Det*WR Brent Celek, Phi*TE
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Old 09-02-2012, 07:09 PM   #2
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I think the top 3 are 4, 6 and 12 and it's hard to pick a winner not knowing injuries etc, but I'd be happy with any of them.
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Team 1 is the best I think. Put Roethlisberger in at starter and he'll be a very adequate starter. He and Luck both have tons of upside, but the dude should start Big Ben initially.

Beyond the slight hole at QB, he has the potential to have THE best starting RBs in the league, plus some really scary good depth there. Brandon Lloyd and Percy Harvin are being way underrated this year, and the guy tops things off nicely with some real potential in Torrey Smith. He's in a position to trade away some of that RB depth for some quality backup receivers like Titus Young or someone like that.
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I've looked over the names on Team 6 several times now, wondering what the fascination is with them.

I guess if you like depending on your stud RB's to score 25 a week because you have nothing at WR, then it's a great team.
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Old 09-03-2012, 09:48 AM   #12
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I've looked over the names on Team 6 several times now, wondering what the fascination is with them.

I guess if you like depending on your stud RB's to score 25 a week because you have nothing at WR, then it's a great team.
His only weakness is wr 2. Bowe should have a great year this year. His rb's are top notch.
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His only weakness is wr 2. Bowe should have a great year this year. His rb's are top notch.
Agree to disagree. I think most people (outside KC) see Bowe as a low-end WR2 or high-end WR3 this year.
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His only weakness is wr 2. Bowe should have a great year this year. His rb's are top notch.
I count 2 or 3 teams on that list with ZERO weaknesses, AND they're not depending on DBowe to explode (which... Matt Cassel... c'mon people)
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Okay, a few more votes and I'll reveal which team is mine. It's been an interesting blind experiment.
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