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  • My Team

    I just drafted my first of three teams for this season. This was more of a practice draft, but I'm happy with the results. Check it out:

    Team Name: SuperNova

    QB Michael Vick, Falcons
    QB Marc Bulger, Rams
    RB Clinton Portis, Redskins
    RB Thomas Jones, Bears
    RB Michael Bennett, Vikings
    RB Quentin Griffin, Broncos
    WR Koren Robinson, Seahawks
    WR Marcus Robinson, Vikings
    WR Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals
    WR Ashley Lelie, Broncos
    TE Dallas Clark, Colts
    TE Anthony Becht, Jets
    K Ryan Longwell, Packers
    K John Hall, Redskins
    DEF St. Louis Rams

    I decided to take an extra receiver because both Robinsons have the same bye week. I'll just go one week without a defense (0 points), but they can give you negative points anyway. For the Redskins, you gotta figure that on each drive either Clinton Portis or John Hall is gonna score. Simple as that.

    Criticize at will.

  • #2
    Hey Jake,

    Hey Jake,

    Just Saw You Asked The Same Question (Here - As Well).

    I Posted My Response To Your Question Already.
    Read It Here
    Did You Read It Yet ???

    I'll Give You "Advice" If I Can....
    Let Me Know.



    • #3
      Re: Hey Jake,

      Originally posted by Karl-Baker
      Hey Jake,

      Just Saw You Asked The Same Question (Here - As Well).

      I Posted My Response To Your Question Already.
      Read It Here
      Did You Read It Yet ???

      I'll Give You "Advice" If I Can....
      Let Me Know.

      Trust me Karl, I won't need your advice. :king:

      Hehe, nice hearin' from ya, buddy!


      • #4

        Originally posted by Evil Disco Man
        Trust me Karl, I won't need your advice.
        Doh !!!


        • #5
          Re: Jake,

          Here is my team in a small 8 team league:

          Pos Player Tm
          QB M. Hasselbeck SEA
          QB J. Delhomme CAR
          RB S. Alexander SEA
          RB A. Green GB
          RB W. McGahee BUF
          RB R. Dayne NYG
          WR C. Johnson CIN
          WR R. Wayne IND
          WR L. Fitzgerald ARI
          WR A. Boldin ARI
          WR R. Williams DET
          TE K. Winslow CLE
          PK R. Longwell GB
          PK J. Hanson DET
          Def Patriots NE
          Def Buccaneers TB

          I wanted the Ram's K and D, but they left right before I was going to get them.
          This space for rent...


          • #6
            Re: My Team

            Other than the two Arizona receivers (you must really trust Dennie Green and Josh McCown), that's a pretty good team.


            • #7
              Re: My Team

              Just had a draft tonight for a Rampagers league, and this is how it turned out....

              QB Matt Hasselbeck
              QB Tom Brady
              RB Duece McAllister
              RB Brian Westbrook
              RB M. Anderson
              RB T. Bell
              WR/RB Steven Jackson
              WR/RB Brandon Lloyd
              WR Randy Moss
              WR Steve Smith
              WR Isaac Bruce
              WR/TE Reggie Wayne
              TE Kellen Winslow
              TE B. Franks

              K M. Stover
              K R. Longwell

              DEF Carolina
              DEF Kansas City


              • #8
                Re: My Team

                Wow, Nick, that shore is a purty team.


                • #9
                  Re: My Team

                  Here are my other two teams, each in leagues with ten teams:

                  Team Name: The Mighty Bombjacks
                  QB Peyton Manning, Colts
                  QB Byron Leftwich, Jaguars
                  RB Shaun Alexander, Seahawks
                  RB Thomas Jones, Bears
                  RB Lee Suggs, Browns
                  RB T.J. Duckett, Falcons
                  WR Santana Moss, Jets
                  WR Javon Walker, Packers
                  WR Isaac Bruce, Rams
                  WR Marcus Robinson, Vikings
                  TE Antonio Gates, Chargers
                  TE Jim Kleinsasser, Vikings
                  K Josh Brown, Seahawks
                  K John Hall, Redskins
                  D Jaguars

                  Team Name: Renegades of Funk
                  QB Matt Hasselbeck, Seahawks
                  QB Byron Leftwich, Jaguars
                  RB Ahman Green, Packers
                  RB Corey Dillon, Patriots
                  RB Thomas Jones, Bears
                  RB Julius Jones, Cowboys
                  WR Koren Robinson, Seahawks
                  WR Peerless Price, Falcons
                  WR Jimmy Smith, Jaguars
                  WR David Givens, Patriots
                  TE Bubba Franks, Packers
                  TE Antonio Gates, Chargers
                  K John Hall, Redskins
                  K Paul Edinger, Bears
                  D Rams


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