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08-31-2004, 09:35 PM
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Had the Money draft this evening...

Have a performance league (1 point per 10 rushing/rec; 20 passing) 6 for TDs, 4 throwing. Start 1 QB; 2 RBs; 2 WRs; 1 TE; 1 K; 1 Def

The number in (*) is the round drafted. Picked 3rd.

QB
A.Brooks (5)
B.Johnson (12)
C.Palmer (14)

RB
A.Green (1)
T.Henry (2)
T.Wheatley (7)
T.Bell (11)
N.Davenport (15)

WR
H.Ward (3)
E.Moulds (6)
J.McCareins (8)
E.Kennison (16)

TE
K.Winslow (4)
L.J.Smith (10)

K
J.Nedney (13)
A.Elling (17)

D/ST
Vikings (9)
49ers (18)

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08-31-2004, 09:40 PM
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Yikes,I wouldn't have taken KW II that high, though you got 2 great backs and a possible Portis clone in Bell.Surprised you didn't take more then 2 Vikes

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Yikes,I wouldn't have taken KW II that high, though you got 2 great backs and a possible Portis clone in Bell.Surprised you didn't take more then 2 Vikes
Homerism only affects my posts, not my draft.

I had Winslow as the 4th best TE. Gonzo, Heap and Shockey were all off the table With a sharp drop following. No other impact players were on the board, so rolled the dice on him. Covered my bet by drafting LJ Smith soon afterward. Ended up working out, a run on TEs quickly followed.

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I'm in a TD heavy league much like G man...here is my roster...

QB
Jeff Garcia
Joey Harrington

RB
Clinton Portis
T. Henry
T. Minor
Kevin Jones

WR
L. Coles
D. Jackson
D. Branch
M. Muhammad

TE
T. Heap
I. Mili

K
s. Janikowski

D
Chiefs

I seriously considered Shaun Alexander for my first pick (2nd overall) as what G man recommended yesterday...It was a really tough decision but I went with my original pick in Portis cause i think he'll do really well with coach gibbs (a run first coach)...Ahman Green was in the running as well...

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QB
Jeff Garcia
Joey Harrington

Garcia should be decent, but his age and new team make him a bit risky. Harrington is a gamble. Carrying two risks and no 'sure thing' is a bit dangerous.

RB
Clinton Portis
T. Henry
T. Minor
Kevin Jones

Love the RBs. Portis, Henry and Jones should all do well. Minor is outstanding for a 4th.

WR
L. Coles
D. Jackson
D. Branch
M. Muhammad

Love the WRs. Coles and Jackson are both under-rated performers. Not sold on Branch (NE is too spread-em-around and I think Dillon will eat heavily into the passing game), but fine as a bye-week guy. MM is great as a 4th.

TE
T. Heap
I. Mili

Heap is a stud, 2nd on my board for TEs. Mili is a borderline starter. Stacked.

K
s. Janikowski

A kicker is a kicker, but Seabass is my highest ranked Raider. Figure Oakland's offense is going to stall frequently, so a lot of FG opportunities.

D
Chiefs

Really depends on your scoring. Chiefs may be OK. Could blow goats. Kinda middle of the pack in terms of 'plays' (sacks, INTs), but give up buttloads of points and yards. C-Gun doesn't have a magic wand.

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I had my money draft Sunday, points system is pretty much like JCD's, 1-QB, 2-RB, 3-WR, 1-PK, 1-D


QB's
T. Brady (5)
D. Carr (16)

RB's
C. Portis (1)
D. Staley (6)
C. Martin (9)
E. George (11)
T.Wheatley (18)


WR's
T. Owens (2)
S. Moss (3)
R. Wayne (7)
A. Lelie (8)
T. Calico (10)
T. Brown (14)
A. Boldin (15)

TE's
J. Shockey (4)

PK
A. Vinatieri (13)

Defence
Miami (12)
Seattle (17)

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Re-draft money league, 12 team, performance based scoring system-All TD's 6pts, RB's 1pt per carry/reception, .2pt per yard rushing, .1pt per yard rec, WR's 2pt per reception (1per carry), .2pt per yard receiving (.1pt pyrush), QB's 1pt per completion, .1pt per yard passing/rushing (1pt per carry). TE's same as WR, except they get 3pts per reception. As you can see, very high scoring.

Teams required to draft: 2QB, 3RB, 4WR, 1TE, 1K, 1DST 5Bonus

As defending champ, I had the 12 pick, but it's notso bad considering the snake format:

QB's:
Favre
Harrington

RB's:
M. Faulk
B. Westbrook
C. Martin
L. Jordan
M. Williams
N. Davenport
S. Morris

WR's:
R. Moss
S. Moss
D. Stallworth
A. Boldin
L. Evans

TE:
D. Clark

K:
D. Akers

DST:
Baltimore

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09-02-2004, 12:42 AM
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I had my money draft tonight.It's a mix between yardage and TD's (QB TD's are 4 pts,RB and WR 5 pts,20 yards rushing/receiving is 1 pt and 50 yards passing is 1 pt.

I had the swing pick and picked 7th/10th.

1st round:RB Ahman Green
2nd round:RB Marshall Faulk
3rd round:QB Aaron Brooks
4th round:WR Chad Johnson
5th round:New England Defense
6th round:WR Chris Chambers
7th round:QB Kurt Warner
8th round:K Aaron Elling (He got cut today!,I'm going to pick up Jason Hanson.)
9th round:WR Larry Fitzgerald (Will be number 1 option in Arizona for most of the season)
10th round:RB Tatum Bell (My main sleeper pick.Will get 1,000 yards this season)
11th round:WR Plaxico Burress
12th round:K Olindo Mare
13th round:49'ers defense

We start 1 QB,2 RB,2 WR,1 K,1 D and 2 "Wild Cards"(You can use wild cards on any position except on another kicker or defense)

I think my team is decent,if Faulk stays healthy I have 2 dynamic backs.Vick,McNabb and Culpepper were all taken in the top 6 which was crazy (but you get 1 pt for every 10 yards rushing by a QB which a main reason they went real early.)

I got another money draft the 8th,I'll see how that goes.

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QB
Jeff Garcia
Joey Harrington

Garcia should be decent, but his age and new team make him a bit risky. Harrington is a gamble. Carrying two risks and no 'sure thing' is a bit dangerous.
exactly what i was thinking . . . really, garcia is going through a downward trend in his career...3rd straight year his stats has dipped i believe...but need to take a chance...jsut like in poker...its all a gamble...

i'm not really sold on harrington either...but i think with the west coast offense and some really fast recievers, detroit would have a breakout year...*crosses fingers*

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QB Chad Pennington (NYJ)
QB Steve McNair (TEN)

RB Clinton Portis (WAS)
RB Corey Dillon (NE)

WR Marvin Harrison (IND)
WR Laveranues Coles (WAS)
WR Muhsin Muhammad (CAR)
WR Troy Brown (NE)

TE Randy McMichael (MIA)

K John Kasay (CAR)

D Brian Urlacher (CHI)
D Julius Peppers (CAR)
D Takeo Spikes (BUF)
D Keith Bulluck (TEN)

BENCH Joey Harrington (DET)
BENCH Quentin Griffin (DEN)
BENCH Antwaan Randle El (PIT)


QUESTION: Do I release Randle El and claim Jerry Porter???

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QUESTION: Do I release Randle El and claim Jerry Porter???
Yes. Porter is the #1 in Oakland, and although alot depends on Gannon, he should post better numbers than Randle El who is #3 in Pittsburgh.

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Had a 10 team draft just the other day, If someone who knows something could take a look at my team I'd appeciate it.Brackets are the round they were taken.

RB

Alexander(1)-Took him 3 overall, And if he doesn't pan it it's your fault G Man .
Henry(3)
Garner(4)

QB

McNair(6)
McCown(10)

WR

Owens(2)
S.Moss(5)
J. Walker(7)
Stallworth(8)


TE

J.Witten(13)
I.Mili(15)

K

Akers(14)
Janikowski(17)

DEF

Baltimore(9)
St.Louis(11)

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Yeah I noticed that last night. What do you have like 6? Any particular reason for this unorthodox strategy?

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Yeah I noticed that last night. What do you have like 6? Any particular reason for this unorthodox strategy?
Some.

1) Virtually every quality WR and RB was off the board.
2) Mediocre WRs are a dime a dozen. I can pick one up today that would be on par with the guy I could have drafted.
3) With 12 teams starting 2 QBs each, QBs become a highly valuable commodity. Only 32 starting in the league and as few as 28 in a given week. With some of those 28 being the likes of Brees or Testeverde.
4) Stockpiling so many means that that if somebody wants a QB, they either have to make a trade or pick up crap.

I am pretty thin at RB (until Faulk gets hurt anyway...), so am looking to convert my QB depth into a RB at some point.

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Heres a yahoo public team I did. I tried a different strategy taking Harrison and Moss in rounds 1 and 2 because in my other drafts I had gone with the RBs 1 and 2 and just tried something different for the heck of it. I still think i did pretty good.

QB:
Mcnair (6)
Green (7)

HB:
Henry (3)
Brown (4)
Griffin (9)
Mcgahee (12)

WR:
Moss (1)
Harrison(2)
Porter(5)
Warrick (11)
Boldin (14)

TE:
Mcmichael (10)
Graham (15)

K:
Anderson (13)

D:
Philly (8)

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If Garcia flops you could have trouble. That aside, very solid.
some notable free agents on my league are:

curt warner
drew brees
patric ramsey
jay feidler

should i drop garcia or harrington for any of these guys?

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RB
Alexander(1)
Henry(3)
Garner(4)

Henry is a steal in the 3rd. Alexander will perform, but may disappoint at #3 if you are in a performance league. I have Green, Holmes and Tomlinson entrenched above him. I have a bad feeling about Garner this year, I think he has reached the end of the line. Don't have a concrete basis, just an opinion: 1) He has a lot of miles on him, especially for a little guy. 2) He is coming back from season-ending injury. 3) He is part of a deep compliment of RBs, Pittman could take his spot. 4) Alstott is a stud at the goalline, so Garner is going to have to score from 15+ yards out. I think he will struggle to hit 1000 combined yards and 6 scores.

QB

McNair(6)
McCown(10)

Dangerous duo here. McNair is solid, but sure to miss some time. McCown is a hair's breath from the bench at any given moment. Green plays no favorites at QB and has some back-ups who are essentially just as good.

WR

Owens(2)
S.Moss(5)
J. Walker(7)
Stallworth(8)

Absolutely love Moss in the 5th, great pick. Stallworth in the 8th is great value too. Owens is high in the 2nd. While an elite WR, he isn't strong enough to merit such a high pick. Then again, you still picked up Henry in the 3rd. Owens is in a spread-em-around offense, rather than having every 3rd play designed his way.

TE

J.Witten(13)
I.Mili(15)

Kinda weak here. Witten is a gamble with marginal upside (bad offense). Mili will be decent, but sounds like he is losing his starting job. The Seahawks rarely use 2 TEs, so Mili could be SOL.

K

Akers(14)
Janikowski(17)

A kicker is a kicker, but you have a pair of good ones. Norv Turner is notorious for producing studs at 2 positions: RB and K. A ton of stalled drives combined with the strongest leg in football make for a buttload of FG tries. If you get extra points for distance, Seabass should be an elite kicker. He is slipping way too low on a lot of draft boards.

DEF

Baltimore(9)
St.Louis(11)

Ravens will be great. St. Louis looks bad. If Little goes, they look downright wretched. They have lost one, maybe both, starting defensive ends; their starting DT; their primary back-up DT for half the year; their starting CB for at least half the year; their offense has taken a step back (teams will not have to take as many chances catching up); Williams is a year older; and most of all they lost the guy who made their defense respectable: Lovie Smith. I have them out of my top-24, too much risk and little upside. That said, you need them for only one week, so who cares.
I really appeciate you taking the time to do this .

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Only concerns I'd have are that all 3 QBs are guys who it would not shock you to see them get benched at some point this season. Chances of all 3 though? Slim.

Did you pick up Brett Conway yet?

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I seriously considered Shaun Alexander for my first pick (2nd overall) as what G man recommended yesterday...It was a really tough decision but I went with my original pick in Portis cause i think he'll do really well with coach gibbs (a run first coach)...Ahman Green was in the running as well...


If Garcia flops you could have trouble. That aside, very solid.

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I had my money draft Sunday, points system is pretty much like JCD's, 1-QB, 2-RB, 3-WR, 1-PK, 1-D
Like with jfont, if Brady goes down you could be hurting. Solid depth everywhere else though.

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Only concerns I'd have are that all 3 QBs are guys who it would not shock you to see them get benched at some point this season. Chances of all 3 though? Slim.

Did you pick up Brett Conway yet?
1) QB is my weakest position. Seems to look that way every year. I load up on risks though, figure I only need one of them good per week. It has panned out so far. Last year, looked weak with Collins, Maddox and Green. Green came through.

Brooks is a FF stud QB, when healthy.

2) Already put in my bid!

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RB
Alexander(1)
Henry(3)
Garner(4)

Henry is a steal in the 3rd. Alexander will perform, but may disappoint at #3 if you are in a performance league. I have Green, Holmes and Tomlinson entrenched above him. I have a bad feeling about Garner this year, I think he has reached the end of the line. Don't have a concrete basis, just an opinion: 1) He has a lot of miles on him, especially for a little guy. 2) He is coming back from season-ending injury. 3) He is part of a deep compliment of RBs, Pittman could take his spot. 4) Alstott is a stud at the goalline, so Garner is going to have to score from 15+ yards out. I think he will struggle to hit 1000 combined yards and 6 scores.

QB

McNair(6)
McCown(10)

Dangerous duo here. McNair is solid, but sure to miss some time. McCown is a hair's breath from the bench at any given moment. Green plays no favorites at QB and has some back-ups who are essentially just as good.

WR

Owens(2)
S.Moss(5)
J. Walker(7)
Stallworth(8)

Absolutely love Moss in the 5th, great pick. Stallworth in the 8th is great value too. Owens is high in the 2nd. While an elite WR, he isn't strong enough to merit such a high pick. Then again, you still picked up Henry in the 3rd. Owens is in a spread-em-around offense, rather than having every 3rd play designed his way.

TE

J.Witten(13)
I.Mili(15)

Kinda weak here. Witten is a gamble with marginal upside (bad offense). Mili will be decent, but sounds like he is losing his starting job. The Seahawks rarely use 2 TEs, so Mili could be SOL.

K

Akers(14)
Janikowski(17)

A kicker is a kicker, but you have a pair of good ones. Norv Turner is notorious for producing studs at 2 positions: RB and K. A ton of stalled drives combined with the strongest leg in football make for a buttload of FG tries. If you get extra points for distance, Seabass should be an elite kicker. He is slipping way too low on a lot of draft boards.

DEF

Baltimore(9)
St.Louis(11)

Ravens will be great. St. Louis looks bad. If Little goes, they look downright wretched. They have lost one, maybe both, starting defensive ends; their starting DT; their primary back-up DT for half the year; their starting CB for at least half the year; their offense has taken a step back (teams will not have to take as many chances catching up); Williams is a year older; and most of all they lost the guy who made their defense respectable: Lovie Smith. I have them out of my top-24, too much risk and little upside. That said, you need them for only one week, so who cares.

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QB Chad Pennington (NYJ)
QB Steve McNair (TEN)
QB Joey Harrington (DET)

Stacked. Two quality starters, 3rd with upside.

RB Clinton Portis (WAS)
RB Corey Dillon (NE)
RB Quentin Griffin (DEN)

Stacked. Two high-end starters, 3rd with great upside.

WR Marvin Harrison (IND)
WR Laveranues Coles (WAS)
WR Muhsin Muhammad (CAR)
WR Troy Brown (NE)
WR Antwaan Randle El (PIT)

Look a bit thin here. Love the top-3. Muhammed is marginal, too injury prone and on a pedestiran offense. Brown has zero upside and may not be worth carrying, he is being passed up on the depth chart and Dillon will chew up a ton of those short yards (with Brown's lack of speed, that is all he is good for). Randel-El is so-so. Definitately pick up Porter, that should be a no brainer.

TE Randy McMichael (MIA)

Will get a ton of dump-off yards, but may stink for TDs.

K John Kasay (CAR)

A kicker is a kicker.

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QB's:
Favre
Harrington

Set here. Favre never misses a game.

RB's:
M. Faulk
B. Westbrook
C. Martin
L. Jordan
M. Williams
N. Davenport
S. Morris

This could be concerning. Faulk is good for 12 games tops, Westbrook has health issues, Martin has health issues (but is insured with Jordan). Williams can get you by short-time, but that is about it.

WR's:
R. Moss
S. Moss
D. Stallworth
A. Boldin
L. Evans

Love the top-3. If/when Boldin returns, even more-so. Evans is marginal at best, rookie WRs rarely perform.

TE:
D. Clark

Which one, Dallas or Desmond? Desmond in Chicago could be a great sleeper, SOMEBODY has to match the catches. A rookie QB with crap receivers is going to lean on his dump-off option a lot. Clark's calling card.

K:
D. Akers

A kicker is a kicker.

DST:
Baltimore

Set.

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