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Old 05-14-2013, 12:30 PM  
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:28 PM   #1576
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Alas, I'm not too mad. Got Ziggy Ansah, Alec Ogletree, Robert Woods and Christine Michael with my first four picks.

With the state of my shit roster I didn't even know which defensive scheme I would run this year. It looks like ill be best suited to run the 4-3.
You're doing well on your turnaround project there. I really liked Michael in the one game where I saw him, and it seems like Woods is thriving.
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:31 PM   #1577
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Pembroke Pines Patteeus' draft is over and while we didn't get everyone we wanted, I'm comfortable that we addressed some needs and stockpiled some promising depth.

1.14 - Sheldon Richardson, DT - Due to a strength at DE4, I've been thinking of switching to a 4-3 this year, but I'm short at DT. Star Lotulelei was probably a better fit since Richardson is going to play DE3 for the Jets, but this was kind of a Mizzou homer pick and I'm hoping he ends up being the better player.

2.38 - Giovani Bernard, RB -Aside from QB, my team was pretty weak at offensive skill position talent. I went with Bernard over Montee Ball because I like his prospects behind Cincy's offensive line better than Ball's prospects on the pass happy Broncos.

3.62 - Bacarri Rambo, S - I also needed help in my secondary. My team doesn't care about failed drug tests. We just care about on field production and he's going to be a starter. The guy better not get himself kicked out of the league though.

4.86 - Terrance Williams, WR - I wanted Quinton Patton, but Anchorage took him 4 spots ahead of me. Terrance Williams will probably see more action in a pass oriented offense this year, so I may end up getting lucky by having to go with my fallback option.

5.110 - Luke Willson, TE -We needed some star power and who better than the actor who played Kelso's older brother on That 70's Show... wait, nevermind. It turns out that this Luke Wilson will be a backup in Seattle this year and if we've learned one thing this offseason, it's that anyone who ever set foot in Seattle's training camp is worth a roster spot on your team.

6.134 - David Quessenberry, OT -Both my 6th and 7th round picks played well in the preseason and will have 2nd string offensive lineman roles on teams with good offensive lines this season. Offensive line was a strength of Pembroke Pines last year, but it's good to get some young prospects in the mix for the future. Quessenberry will play guard for Houston.

7.158 - Ricky Wagner, OT -I wanted Steeler's rookie Vince Williams here, but again Anchorage stole my pick. It's possible that they have a mole in my front office. In any event, Ricky Wagner will be the 3rd tackle for the Ravens this year and he already made his regular season debut last Thursday when Michael Oher missed some time due to a minor injury. He sucked, but we hope he gets better over time.
We must use similar research techniques in the later rounds.

I took TJ McDonald as a FS in the third, and was debating on whether I could wait another round for either him or Bacarri Rambo. I took him to be safe, and then you almost immediately thereafter took Rambo.

I then had Quessonberry #1 on my draft list in both leagues, but then saw that he was hurt and took him off. In the process I destroyed all records of his injury.

With no Quessonberry I hunted around and found Wagner, and drafted him in the other league.
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:47 PM   #1578
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Pomono Beach Panda's draft is complete. God I hate that name. I'm not even going to try and give any commentary because I'm not sure how I'm going to start using my team.

1.15 - Tyler Eifert, TE
2.39 - Le'Veon Bell, RB
3.60 - Sylvester Williams, DT - ****ing autopick.
5.117 - Phillip Thomas, S
6.141- Josh Evans, S
7.165 - Eric Kush, C
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:53 PM   #1579
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KC Shitter Stars Name Change draft

R1 - Tavon Austin, WR
R2 - gave up in some goofy trade so that the prior owner stashed Kaepernick and I will see it through that he takes over the team and starts at QB!
R3 - Johnthan Banks, CB
R4 - Aaron Dobson, WR
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:13 PM   #1580
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Pomono Beach Panda's draft is complete. God I hate that name. I'm not even going to try and give any commentary because I'm not sure how I'm going to start using my team.

1.15 - Tyler Eifert, TE
2.39 - Le'Veon Bell, RB
3.60 - Sylvester Williams, DT - ****ing autopick.
5.117 - Phillip Thomas, S
6.141- Josh Evans, S
7.165 - Eric Kush, C
I think Sylvester Williams could end up being a good player for you.
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:15 PM   #1581
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I think Sylvester Williams could end up being a good player for you.
The pick wasn't THAT bad. It's actually somewhat good that it drafted him for me because I have 5 DTs on my roster ALL on 1 year deals.
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:16 PM   #1582
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QB Matt Barkley I could have taken Geno Smith but I liked what I saw out of Barkley in preseason he may surprise people in future years.


G Chance Warmack I viewed as BAP and he was pretty highly rated was kind of surprised he fell to the second round.

LB Nico Johnson I think has a lot of promise in him and a Dorsey pick that I feel pretty good about. One reason I don't play fantasy football much is because I am a sucker for picking Chiefs players.

DT Bennie Logan beef up front on defense, thought he was a better pick for value than the surrounding players around him.


S Duron Harmon I think he was a value pick nothing great hope he works out.


CB Sanders Commings was really hoping he would drop to me and he did. Hope he stays healthy and is a contributing for the Chiefs for a long time. Thanks Dorsey.


DE Malliciah Goodman this late in the draft just felt goodman to pick him.
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:58 PM   #1583
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17. Kyle Long, LG
22. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR
46. Kenny Stills (**** you, autodraft). WR
70. Jordan Mills, OT/G
87. Shamarko Thomas, FS
94. Brandon Williams, DL
95. Corey Lemonier, OLB
102. Jordan Reed, TE
113. Zavier Gooden, ILB
118. John Simon, OLB
126. Earl Watford, G
142. Tharold Simon, CB
147. Tavarres King, WR
150. Denard Robinson, RB
161. BJ Daniels, QB
166. Marcus Cooper, CB

Still need to improve at RB, interior OL, and TE. Defense should have a nice stable of pass rushers for the next few years. Interesting to see if my 6'2 corners can pan out.
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:59 PM   #1584
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17. Kyle Long, LG
22. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR
46. Kenny Stills (**** you, autodraft). WR
70. Jordan Mills, OT/G
87. Shamarko Thomas, FS
94. Brandon Williams, DL
95. Corey Lemonier, OLB
102. Jordan Reed, TE
113. Zavier Gooden, ILB
118. John Simon, OLB
126. Earl Watford, G
142. Tharold Simon, CB
147. Tavarres King, WR
150. Denard Robinson, RB
161. BJ Daniels, QB
166. Marcus Cooper, CB

Still need to improve at RB, interior OL, and TE. Defense should have a nice stable of pass rushers for the next few years. Interesting to see if my 6'2 corners can pan out.
What the heck did you trade to get all those picks? I knew you had a bunch, but I didn't know it was that many.

I like the Brandon Williams pick, and Denard Robinson has the potential to be a steal.
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:03 PM   #1585
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What the heck did you trade to get all those picks? I knew you had a bunch, but I didn't know it was that many.

I like the Brandon Williams pick, and Denard Robinson has the potential to be a steal.
Team Bawksy has always believed in strengthening your strengths, whatever that means.
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:34 PM   #1586
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So what happens now that the draft is over?
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:45 PM   #1587
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So what happens now that the draft is over?
We'll post the next stuff, but essentially it's...

...sign your rookies to contracts. (Don't do it yet - we have to reset the contract system.)

...over the course of the next 16 NFL weeks, you sign free agents, trade, and monitor injuries and performance to build your team. There's no roster limit in this phase. (Actually, there may be a roster limit, but it'll be more than 53.)
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:35 PM   #1588
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What the heck did you trade to get all those picks? I knew you had a bunch, but I didn't know it was that many.

I like the Brandon Williams pick, and Denard Robinson has the potential to be a steal.

After the 1st game against KC it was pretty obvious who the Jackguars offense was gonna run through for now.
Robinson was on my board for my next pick as well. You snagged him 6 picks ahead of me.
I was also trying to auto draft Ace Sanders. I tell you what, my auto drafting skills leave a lot to be desired.
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:41 PM   #1589
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After the 1st game against KC it was pretty obvious who the Jackguars offense was gonna run through for now.
Robinson was on my board for my next pick as well. You snagged him 6 picks ahead of me.
I was also trying to auto draft Ace Sanders. I tell you what, my auto drafting skills leave a lot to be desired.
Well, I got ****ed over for quite a few players. Denard better be a nice compensation.
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