kearly wrote:I don't want to sound mean, but seriously, not one but two teams where you forgot to draft a kicker? When I saw that I honestly thought you were joking / trolling for a minute.
Obviously, you'll have to sign a kicker before the first game which means one extra transaction that will count against you on waiver wire tiebreakers (which are a big deal early in the season). That needless transaction could easily bite you in the ass when a big week 1 performance by some currently unknown NFL player unearth's 2014's version of Julius Thomas, and you no longer have the ability to add him because of the transactions tie breaker.
It's just silly to leave a draft without a starter at every spot so that you don't have to make wasteful moves.
The funny part is, the two best teams are the two teams you forgot to draft a kicker. Also, team five is pretty silly with seven waiver wire caliber backup RBs and zero bench WRs. Your 3 starting WRs are freaking awesome though. 6 man league?
These aren't all my teams, this is a single 8-person league. In terms of my perspectives, Dietrich pretty much nailed it., I didn't mention my team to keep it as unbiased as possible. It's team 2 btw.
Didn't bother drafting a kicker because...kickers aren't people. I saw everyone but me and another guy draft a kicker and I figured that there probably won't be too big of a difference between the 7th and 8th most sought after one. Waiver wire doesn't matter much when i'm one of the last 2. And for us (at least I'm pretty sure) waiver wire is only for drops, has no effect on free agents like Julius Thomas last year.
Just planning to put Josh Gordon on the IR/suspended spot once the NFL finally decides to officially suspend his ass.
Seeing how the Redskins first team offense hasn't scored 1 TD yet in preseason, I kinda want to trade RG3 and pick up Russ, whose been killlin it...but it is preseason