Rate My League's Fantasy Teams - Standard Scoring

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  • Team 1
    QB
    Drew Brees
    Matt Ryan

    RB
    Adrian Peterson
    Leveon Bell
    Andre Ellington
    Pierre Thomas
    Danny Woodhead

    WR
    Michael Crabtree
    Eric Decker
    Mike Wallace
    Roddy White
    Kendal Wright

    TE
    Jason Witten

    K
    Steven Gostkowski

    D
    Seahawks

    Team 2
    QB
    Cam Newton
    RG3

    RB
    Lesean McCoy
    Doug Martin
    Reggie Bush
    CJ Spiller
    Knowshon Moreno

    WR
    Julio Jones
    Corderrelle Patterson
    Percy Harvin
    Desean Jackson
    Reggie Wayne
    Josh Gordon

    TE
    Jordan Reed

    K
    None

    D
    Broncos

    Team 3
    QB
    Andrew Luck
    Tony Romo

    RB
    Jamal Charles
    Alfred Morris
    Steven Jackson
    Deangelo Williams

    WR
    Dez Bryant
    TY Hilton
    Riley Cooper
    Andre Johnson
    Wes Welker
    Golden Tate

    TE
    Vernon Davis

    K
    Matt Prater

    D
    49ers

    Team 4
    QB
    Peyton Manning
    Tom Brady

    RB
    Matt Forte
    Zac Stacy
    Chris Johnson
    Darren Mcfadden
    Darren Sproles

    WR
    Antonio Brown
    Larry Fitzgerald
    Justin Hunter
    Vincent Jackson
    Julian Edelman

    TE
    Dennis Pitta

    K
    Justin Tucker

    D
    Rams

    Team 5
    QB
    Matt Stafford

    RB
    Eddie Lacy
    Toby Gerhart
    Trent Richardson
    Bernard Pierce
    MJD
    Steven Ridley
    Andre Williams
    Steven Williams
    Mark Ingram

    WR
    AJ Green
    Demariyus Thomas
    Randall Cobb

    TE
    Rob Gronkowski

    K
    None

    D
    Panthers

    Team 6
    QB
    Jay Cutler
    Johnny Manziel

    RB
    Giovoni Bernard
    Arian Foster
    Frank gore
    Rashad Jennings
    Ben Tate

    WR
    Calvin Johnson
    Alshon Jeffery
    Emanuel Sanders
    Sammy Watkins

    TE
    Julius Thomas
    Charles Clay

    K
    Mason Crosby

    D
    Cardinals

    Team 7
    QB
    Colin Kaepernickv

    RB
    Marshawn Lynch
    Demarco Murray
    Shane Vereen
    Jeremy Hill
    Lamar Miller
    Joique Bell

    WR
    Brandon Marshall
    Keenan Allen
    Victor Cruz
    Michael Floyd

    TE
    Jordan Cameron

    K
    Phil Dawson

    D
    Bengals

    Team 8
    QB
    Aaron Rodgers
    Nick Foles

    RB
    Montee Ball
    Ryan Matthews
    Ray Rice
    Fed Jackson
    Bishop Sankey

    WR
    Jordy Nelson
    Pierre Garcon
    Jeremy Maclin
    Brandin Cooks
    Danny Amendola

    TE
    Jimmy Graham

    K
    Steven Hauschka

    D
    Chiefs
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  • I don't know about ranking them, but if I had my druthers, I'd take Team 3. Luck, Charles, Morris and Dez, that's a nice 60 points a game right there.
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  • Team 5

    Elite WR, Lacy, Gronk and Stafford. Should give them a good shot every week.

    Plenty of RB to gamble on or use as trade pieces. Should be able to package some guys together for an upgrade.

    Injuries would be a concern for WR/TE, but I'm a huge fan of the 1 QB, TE strategy.
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  • I'm a believer that you stick with 1-2 teams every year, even an idiot could start a zillion teams and still win a league or two. But I play for pride more than for fun. Different strokes for different folks.
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  • 6 and 8 team leagues are...special.
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:6 and 8 team leagues are...special.


    Yeah, kinda looks that way with him having five or six top 30 ADP guys on every team. Those kind of leagues are good for beginners but not much else.
    Last edited by kearly on Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:31 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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  • 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?
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  • I think you guys may have misunderstood his post. He posted all of the teams drafted in one of his leagues and he's asking us to decide which we like more. I'm assuming he refrained from mentioning which team is his to keep it unbiased.

    These teams are all pretty neck and neck though. Because its 8-man you're all pretty stacked. I love teams 1,3,6 and 7 for their running back depth. Teams 2, 5, and 7 are pretty stacked at WR. There are so many potential breakthrough receivers, the likes of which being Cordarelle Patterson, Brandin Cooks, Justin Hunter, Mike Evans, etc. The other thing that interests me is all of the once top-10 picks at running back that have fallen out of favor, where will they finish the year? I'm thinking guys like Darren McFadden, Arian Foster, Ray Rice, etc. I'm really curious to see how it all pans out.

    I also really don't mind the fact that a couple of teams didn't take a kicker. Since your draft is so early, that leaves a lot of opportunity for injuries and other issues to rise up prior to the season actually starting up. Might as well keep an extra running back or wide receiver just in case something comes up. Kickers aren't going anywhere.
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  • 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
    Last edited by bill21792 on Sun Aug 24, 2014 3:22 am, edited 2 times in total.
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  • And thanks for the replies everyone, I appreciate it
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