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606V2 Keeper League 2013 – NFL.com Fantasy Football League Homepage
http://606v2k.league.fantasy.nfl.com (ID 1016967)
http://www.606v2.com/t33954-606v2-keeper-league-2012-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2012 Keeper League Thread)

606V2 West 2013 League
http://606v2W.league.fantasy.nfl.com (ID 346169)
http://www.606v2.com/t47102-606v2-west-2013-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2013 West League Thread)
http://www.606v2.com/t33655-606v2-west-2012-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2012 West League Thread)
http://www.606v2.com/t13037-606v2-west-2011-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2011 West League Thread)

606V2 East 2013 League
http://606v2E.league.fantasy.nfl.com (ID 384548)
http://www.606v2.com/t47217-606v2-east-league-2013-nflcom-fantasy-football-league-homepage (2013 East League Thread)
http://www.606v2.com/t34054-606v2-east-2012-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2012 East League Thread)
http://www.606v2.com/t13121-606v2-east-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2011 East League Thread)

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2013 Playoffs

Final
BamBam’s Warriors (bambamwillis) 126.56 vs 109.38 The Diddley Poos (GB1919)


3rd Place Game
Prestige Worldwide (RDuncan8) 126.28 vs 126.34 Thunder and Lightning (thunder and lightning)

Semi Finals
BamBam’s Warriors (bambamwillis) 92.26 vs 78.00 Thunder and Lightning (thunder and lightning)
Prestige Worldwide (RDuncan8) 101.90 vs 113.70 The Diddley Poos (GB1919)

Consolation Playoffs
5th Place Game
They Put a Hole in the Roof (Forward Pass) 86.32 vs 56.04 Flying High (Dominic Dicoco)

7th Place Game
Bath City Blues (TM Moot) 58.34 vs 49.34 Sri Lanka Rams (Barney92)

Semi Finals
Bath City Blues (TM Moot) 97.12 vs 105.50 Flying High (Dominic Dicoco)
They Put a Hole in the Roof (Forward Pass) 106.20 vs 77.14 Sri Lanka Rams (Barney92)

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2013 Standings

Division 1:
9-5-0  (LWWWLWWWLWLWWL)    The Diddley Poos: GB1919
8-6-0  (WLWWLWLLWLWLWW)    Bath City Blues: TM Moot
4-10-0  (LLLLWWLLLLLWLW)    Memphis Hound Dogs: mikeygnfl
4-10-0  (WWLLLWLLLWLLLL)    Corn on the Schaub: crazy_dave23

Division 2:
13-1-0  (WWWWWLWWWWWWWW)    BamBam’s Warriors: bambamwillis
7-7-0  (LWLWWLLLLWWWLW)    They Put a Hole in the Roof: Forward Pass
5-9-0  (LLWLWLWLLLWLWL)     Sri Lanka Rams: Barney92
4-10-0  (LLLLWLWWLLWLLL)    Enter RG3: number-25

Division 3:
12-2-0  (WWLWWWLWWWWWWW)    Prestige Worldwide: RDuncan8
9-5-0  (WWWLLLWWWWLWLW)    Thunder and Lightning: thunder and lightning
5-9-0  (LLWWLLWLWLLLWL)    Flying High: Dominic Dicoco
4-10-0  (WLLLLWLWWLLLLL)    Second Hand Secondary: Take it to the house

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Keeper Rules

- 3 players per year max.
- Can keep players twice (so three years total per guy) before forcible release.
- Players take the value of their draft round in the first redraft.
- Players move up in value by 5 rounds for the second redraft, or as high as they can go otherwise.
- If you end up with stacked picks (multiple players as keepers who count as the same round) they build up backward. e.g. if my keepers are draft picks 3, 4 and 5, I would lose draft picks 3, 4 and 5 in the first redraft and 1, 2 and 3 in the second as each player would be upgraded to an effective 1st rounder by the 5 round rule and therefore stack up.
- Undrafted players are valued at round 10 for the first redraft.
- Traded players initially count as there drafted position with the +5 rule in effect for all subsequent years.
- Years of eligibility are team specific, based on the round value of the player when traded to you. e.g. if a player is drafted in round 12 and is kept by another team for one season they will be valued as a round 7 pick when traded in year two due to the +5 rule.
- Abuse of the above rule by trading away a player over the keeper period only to get them back afterward will invalidate the resetting of two year eligibility.
- Once a player has no eligibility left on a given team they will count as a 1st rounder if traded away to somebody else and retained

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League History

Awards
2013 Champion: BamBam's Warriors: bambamwillis (13-1-0) + (2-0-0)
2013 2nd Place: The Diddley Poos: GB1919 (9-5-0) + (1-1-0)
2013 3rd Place: Thunder and Lightning: thunder and lightning (9-5-0) + (1-1-0)
2013 Regular Season Champion: BamBam's Warriors: bambamwillis (13-1-0)
2013 Highest Scoring Team: BamBam's Warriors: bambamwillis (1730.28)
2013 Highest Scoring Week: BamBam's Warriors: bambamwillis (Week 11, 147.82)

2012 Champion: Sri Lanka Rams: Barney92 (13-1-0) + (2-0-0)
2012 2nd Place: Prestige Worldwide: RDuncan8 (8-6-0) + (1-1-0)
2012 3rd Place: Corn on the Schaub: crazy_dave23 (11-3-0) + (1-1-0)
2012 Regular Season Champion: Sri Lanka Rams: Barney92 (13-1-0)
2012 Highest Scoring Team: Corn on the Schaub: crazy_dave23 (1459.68)
2012 Highest Scoring Week: Corn on the Schaub: crazy_dave23 (Week 16, 149.56)

Name Changes
Flynn it to Win it (2012) ---> Bath City Blues (2013): TM Moot

Owner Changes
Flynn it to Win It (2012 Draft thru Week 12): cherriesfan ---> Flynn it to Win it (2012 Week 13 onward): TM Moot

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2013 Draft Info

The 2013 draft took place at 8PM BST (3PM EDT) on Thursday 29th August 2013, with the 1st round order selected based on the reverse of last year’s finishing positions and then the snake format doing the rest.

See spoiler below for First Round Picks:
Spoiler:
2013 1st Round (Keepers Highlighted)
1. Drew Brees - Bath City Blues - TM Moot
2. Alfred Morris - The Diddley Poos - GB1919
3. Matt Forte - Second Hand Secondary - Take it to the house
4. Calvin Johnson - Flying High - Dominic Dicoco
5. Chris Johnson - Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning
6. Julio Jones - Enter RG3 - number-25
7. Jimmy Graham - BamBam’s Warriors - bambamwillis
8. Vincent Jackson - Memphis Hound Dogs - mikeygnfl
9. Arian Foster - They Put a Hole in the Roof - Forward Pass
10. Ray Rice - Corn on the Schaub - crazy_dave23
11. LeSean McCoy - Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
12. Aaron Rodgers - Sri Lanka Rams - Barney92
Summaries of the keeper selections, full draft and the first three picks per team will follow below.

2014 1st Round
The 2014 Draft Order depends on the results of the 2013 season and resulting Championship Playoffs. The order for round 1 is as follows.
1. Second Hand Secondary - Take it to the house
2. Corn on the Schaub - crazy_dave23
3. Memphis Hound Dogs - mikeygnfl
4. Enter RG3 - number-25
5. Flying High - Dominic Dicoco
6. Sri Lanka Rams - Barney92
7. They Put a Hole in the Roof - Forward Pass
8. Bath City Blues - TM Moot
9. Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
10. Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning
11. The Diddley Poos - GB1919
12. BamBam's Warriors - bambamwillis

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2013 League Keepers - By Team

Spoiler:
Bath City Blues - TM Moot
Drew Brees, QB (Round 1)
Larry Fitzgerald, WR (Round 2)
San Francisco 49ers, DST (Round 8)

The Diddley Poos - GB1919
Jamaal Charles, RB (Round 2)
Andrew Luck, QB (Round 7)
Colin Kaepernick, QB (UDFA - Round 10)

Second Hand Secondary - Take it to the house
Eli Manning, QB (Round 4)
Kyle Rudolph, TE (Round 9)
Danny Amendola, WR (Round 15)

Flying High - Dominic Dicoco
Trent Richardson, RB (Round 2)
Stephen Hill, WR (Round 14)

Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning
Demaryius Thomas, WR (Round 5)
Dwayne Bowe, WR (Round 5 - Moves to Round 6)
Danario Alexander, WR (UDFA - Round 10)

Enter RG3 - number-25
Robert Griffin III, QB (Round 6)
Stevan Ridley, RB (Round 6 - Moves to Round 7)
Pierre Garcon, WR (Round 7 - Moves to Round 8)

BamBam’s Warriors - bambamwillis
Marshawn Lynch, RB (Round 3)
Peyton Manning, QB (Round 6)
Randall Cobb, WR (Round 12)

Memphis Hound Dogs - mikeygnfl
A.J. Green, WR (Round 2)
Doug Martin, RB (Round 3)
Lamar Miller, RB (UDFA - Round 10)

They Put a Hole in the Roof - Forward Pass
Arian Foster, RB (Round 1)
Jason Witten, TE (Round 7)
David Wilson, RB (Round 9)

Corn on the Schaub - crazy_dave23
Ray Rice, RB (Round 1)
Dez Bryant, WR (Round 4)
Russell Wilson, QB (Round 12)

Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
LeSean McCoy, RB (Round 1)
Brandon Marshall, WR (Round 3)
Frank Gore, RB (Round 5)

Sri Lanka Rams - Barney92
Aaron Rodgers, QB (Round 1)
Adrian Peterson, RB (Round 2)
C.J. Spiller, RB (Round 9)
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2013 League Keepers - By Position

Spoiler:
Quarterbacks
Aaron Rodgers, QB (Round 1)
Drew Brees, QB (Round 1)
Eli Manning, QB (Round 4)
Robert Griffin III, QB (Round 6)
Peyton Manning, QB (Round 6)
Andrew Luck, QB (Round 7)
Russell Wilson, QB (Round 12)
Colin Kaepernick, QB (UDFA - Round 10)

Running Backs
Arian Foster, RB (Round 1)
Ray Rice, RB (Round 1)
LeSean McCoy, RB (Round 1)
Adrian Peterson, RB (Round 2)
Jamaal Charles, RB (Round 2)
Trent Richardson, RB (Round 2)
Marshawn Lynch, RB (Round 3)
Doug Martin, RB (Round 3)
Frank Gore, RB (Round 5)
Stevan Ridley, RB (Round 6 - Moves to Round 7)
David Wilson, RB (Round 9)
C.J. Spiller, RB (Round 9)
Lamar Miller, RB (UDFA - Round 10)

Wide Recievers
Larry Fitzgerald, WR (Round 2)
A.J. Green, WR (Round 2)
Brandon Marshall, WR (Round 3)
Dez Bryant, WR (Round 4)
Demaryius Thomas, WR (Round 5)
Dwayne Bowe, WR (Round 5 - Moves to Round 6)
Pierre Garcon, WR (Round 7 - Moves to Round 8)
Danario Alexander, WR (UDFA - Round 10)
Randall Cobb, WR (Round 12)
Stephen Hill, WR (Round 14)
Danny Amendola, WR (Round 15)

Tights Ends and Specialists
Jason Witten, TE (Round 7)
San Francisco 49ers, DST (Round 8)
Kyle Rudolph, TE (Round 9)
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2013 Draft and Keeper Analysis

See Spoiler below for Draft and Keeper Analysis
Spoiler:
Bath City Blues - First Three Picks:D. Brees (QB) , L. Fitzgerald (WR) , C. Ivory (RB).
Interesting draft day for TM Moot. Last years’ roster didn’t yield many obvious keepers and so Brees and Fitz were the only logical options but eradicated his top slots. Brees is overdrafted given the current QB climate, but you get two week in week out starters which is an alright base. I love Jordy Nelson as a 2nd WR in rd 4, because you know Rodgers will get him the ball and I doubt he’ll spend a second full season riddled with niggles. I also like the late round picks of M. Floyd and C. Patterson. I think Floyd could be a surprise this year with Palmer practicing the vertical offence - does mean he has both Cardinal threats, so he is tied to how their offence turns around.
The struggles for the Bath City Blues are pretty much centred around the RBs as a direct consequence of the keeper selections. Chris Ivory is the lead back, but I’m not massively high on him as more than an RB2. After that it is Rashard Mendenhall (more Cardinals!) who is injury prone and Danny Woodhead who is backing up Ryan Matthews… who I really like once again this year. He does have two decent tight ends and could end up starting both early on whilst waiting for some others to start breaking out.

The Diddley Poos - First Three Picks: – A. Morris (RB), J. Charles (RB) , R. White (WR).
GB1919 had the first overall pick once keepers were allocated and took Alfred Morris. I figured he may have gone for Megatron given that Jamaal Charles was one of his keepers, but now that I see how the draft panned out I totally agree with Morris who now forms one of the strongest RB 1-2s in the league. His other keepers were Luck and Kaepernick and whilst they occupy the same position, I have no complaints given the draft position value of the two and the fact the only other viable keeper on last years’ roster was Percy Harvin. I’m sure he will be looking to deal one to strengthen elsewhere once someone gets QB hungry.
He has an intriguing set of WRs with Roddy White, Wes Welker and TY Hilton. I’m not sure what to make of Welker in Denver, but White is always undervalued in Atlanta yet always delivers. Hilton could be anything this year, but I figure he will still do okay although he was one of the guys I wanted to avoid.
One of my favourite picks is Bryce Brown, purely because I’m very interested to see what Chip Kelly does in Philly and Bryce could benefit the most. On the downside GB1919 waited late on TEs and it looks like a weakness.

Second Hand Secondary - First Three Picks: – M. Forte (RB), D. Murray (RB), A. Johnson (WR).
Take it to the House sensibly doubled up on RBs in the first two rounds but both are injury risks, especially Murray. However if Murray is healthy I like him and so it could prove to be a pretty good return from the position he was in. BJ Green-Ellis is one of the backups, but I feel a 6th rounder over values him as I see him loosing carries early to Gio Bernard. However flipping that around, I like the late pick of Daniel Thomas as I feel he is talent enough to take some carries off Lamar Miller who is still pretty raw.
I figure the biggest regret for this team comes in not sticking a 5th round keeper on Vincent Jackson who promptly went in the first round. It would have meant doubling up with Danny Amendola, who at a 15th rounder is one of the bargains of last year, but I’d have done it over Eli Manning who is massively over drafted at a 4th round keeper. The move wasn’t helped by taking Big Ben in the 7th… I wouldn’t have gone QB at all given Manning’s slot, but if I had I would have gone for Tony Romo.
TE is probably one of the strongest in the league and I guess both Kyle Rudolph and Tony Gonzalez could be started in multiple weeks.

Flying High - First Three Picks: – C. Johnson (WR), T. Richardson (RB) , C. Newton (QB).
Dominic Dicoco was the only auto-drafter, which hurts the middle round selections and generally prevents nabbing any diamonds in the rough, but overall the team is alright and relatively balanced. I was surprised he avoided placing a 1st round keeper on Calvin Johnson, but he managed to nab him in the 1st round anyway so it’s no real loss. The wideouts are generally quite decent, with Mike Williams in round 9 a particularly notable steal. Even going to the late rounds, I think you could get something out of Kendall Wright and Stephen Hill (a keeper) provided they find some kind of reliable supply from potentially patchy QB play.
Dominic is pretty tied to Carolina as Newton’s points will both take away from DeAngelo Williams on the ground, but add to Steve Smith through the air as basically the only reliable target. I think Vernon Davis could be in the top two for TEs this year, so in round 5 it’s a good pick even though it meant waiting a little too late on an RB2.

Thunder and Lightning - First Three Picks: – C. Johnson (RB), D. McFadden (RB), M. Colston (WR).
Thunder and Lightning cast Tom Brady aside last year, balking at the 1st round keeper. He was however able to snag the boy Brady back in round 4, which is a lot more sensible a slot for a QB in today’s NFL. In fact I quite like the early portion of this draft, though risks still remain. For example, I like CJ2K a lot more than usual due to the strengthening the Titans have done to the OL and the fact Shonn Greene is actually a viable back up who might push the speedster. I also think that when healthy Darren McFadden can be a great RB2 because he is motivated in a contract year. I even think Fred Jackson in round 7 is decent enough as an on off flex guy because I’m not sure if CJ Spiller can survive a full year as a feature back, so I guess they will still try to spread the ball a little bit. The problem is that all of the above could equally go in the opposite direction.
His WRs are strong as well, helped by a couple of savvy keepers in the mid rounds. If Danario Alexander had stayed healthy I’d have been raving, but it’s still 3 solid week in week out starters in D. Thomas, D. Bowe and M. Colston. In fact I am very high on Colston now that Sean Payton is back and I feel he is sometimes underrated in fantasy circles because Brees does such a job spreading the ball. Added to that you also get Miles Austin who is much better in fantasy that he is in real life. It’s a properly solid grouping.

Enter RG3 - First Three Picks: – J. Jones (WR), V. Cruz (WR), D. Sproles (RB).
Number 25 sold his soul to get RGIII last year, but the QB forms part of a solid keeper set which, in occupying rounds 6-8, gave enough of a chance to go get some impact players early on. Those impact players were Julio Jones and Victor Cruz, who combined with keeper Pierre Garcon solidify the WR position. The early drafting of the WRs does leave him a little short on quality RBs. Stevan Ridley is a guy I’m not totally sold on this year, but the value of him as a 7th round keeper more than covers any doubts I have. I guess the biggest issue I have is Ahmad Bradshaw in round 4, and maybe even Darren Sproles in round 3 who I have never been a massive fan of. Then again, you have to pick RBs if you hit round 3 and you don’t have any yet. I do however like Ryan Matthews at round 5 value. People seem to be playing him down a lot more this year, but I figure that’s more to do with over hyping him last time. I think he is a solid enough RB and you might actually have something resembling a featured back which is rare nowadays in the NFL.
Le’Veon Ball is a gamble in round 9. Yes he is worth it if healthy, and the signs are he is showing progress, but Pittsburgh will be more cautious than most in feeding him back into the rotation. I also figure the back to back tight ends in rounds 10-11 are pretty sound. The standard place to draft TEs is where Number 25 had his keepers, so it made sense to wait a little longer and pick up some simple contributors as they fell rather than to reach.

BamBam’s Warriors - First Three Picks: – J. Graham (TE), E. Lacy (RB), M. Lynch (RB).
Maybe BamBam should rename his team F.C Rookie as he fields 5 rookies, of which 4 are RBs for the upcoming season. The highest select was Eddie Lacy, who as the 18th overall pick is overdrafted even once the keeper guys are accounted for. This is pretty much for the simple reason that I cannot see Green Bay running enough to make him worth it. Yes the will run more, but running more than almost never is not enough. On the plus side, I like Montee Ball more since he is taken a round later and I definitely love Giovanni Bernard who is poised to be the best rookie back this season. Throw in Lynch as a keeper and your looking pretty good from say week 4 or 5 once the rookies have bedded in.
Manning is the keeper QB and at a round 6 charge is decent enough value given the current QB climate and the weapons he actually has. There’s not much point in drafting a backup since you can wait for the bye and play matchups. Randall Cobb is a steal at a round 12 keeper, but I would still look upon the position as one of weakness since Josh Gordon starts off suspended and then your left fielding question marks in Golden “It wasn’t a catch” Tate and Kenbrell Thompkins. He needs Jimmy Graham to cover for a wideout to be successful, but 15th rounder Ryan Broyles could be a true diamond in the rough if he gets the nod outside of Megatron. Percy Harvin could be a steal at round 11 or he could just stay injured… who knows.

Memphis Hound Dogs - First Three Picks: – V. Jackson (WR), AJ. Green (WR), D. Martin (RB) .
Mikeygnfl had probably the most bizarre draft in my history of fantasy football. Believe it or not he is sitting here with a whopping zero QBs. It’s a bold strategy for sure, but to be honest there are half decent serviceable guys on the waiver wire who will deliver a decent level of points. Skipping a QB allowed him to focus on bargains in the mid rounds, and whilst he seems to feel he missed on a couple of guys he wanted, I’m pretty high this year on both Mohamed Sanu and Jared Cook who he snagged in rounds 8 and 9.
The strength of the Hound Dogs is their starting RB and WR pairs, particularly the WRs in Vincent Jackson and keeper AJ Green. Doug Martin paired off with fellow keeper Lamar Miller should be pretty sound as long as Miller doesn’t crack under pressure now that he is the guy. I guess I’m most concerned about picks 4-6 which is where a lot of leagues are won and lost. I figure Mike Wallace is prime bust material (hardly a unique comment, in fact it’s a pretty predictable remark), Eric Decker in my view is third in the Peyton Manning queue up at Mile High and Mark Ingram has never been in my good books.
Justin Blackmon could be good value at round 11 once the suspension is over. Dennis Pitta is a possible IR guy, LaMichael James got a knock in preseason and well, Andre Brown broke a leg… literally.

They Put a Hole in the Roof - First Three Picks:A. Foster (RB) , R. Bush (RB), R. Wayne (WR).
I looked at the keepers Forward Pass gave up last year and I couldn’t help but feel he might have made a mistake by keeping Jason Witten. I kind of felt CJ2K as a 2nd rounder (knocked down from a 1st due to the presence of Arian Foster) would have worked better, but as it turns out the roster he has composed feels well balanced with a chance to go places. One of the main reasons for this is the sudden promotion of David Wilson to complete featured back status in like of Andre Brown’s injury. Wilson coupled with Foster (even if he misses a week or too) and Reggie Bush should provide a consistent stream of points that most will fail to match.
Personally I love Matt Ryan this year, just like I did last year and he is the kind of guy I would be targeting in the 5th round range due to the weapons he has to throw at. Dalton should be a solid backup as well, but I doubt you’d consider starting him outside of the Falcons bye. In terms of Wideouts, the trio of Reggie Wayne, Antonio Brown and James Jones are pretty tidy, though I can’t help but feel both Wayne and Jones will see drop off’s from last year. Stevie Johnson could be a steal if EJ Manuel turns out to be half decent at the helm of the Bills, whilst Denarius Moore in round 12 is decent value too. To close out the lineup you have Mr Witten, and when I think about it, for a Cowboys fan no less, a 7th rounder seems more than okay for a guy who scores consistently in fantasy circles.

Corn on the Schaub - First Three Picks: - R. Rice (RB) , M. Jones-Drew (RB), H. Nicks (WR).
Last year I had a very good draft and whilst I’m not as happy this year I feel I have a strong enough base to push for a playoff slot. Keeping Ray Rice was an obvious move and whilst I couldn’t snag Bernard Pierce as a keeper I’m happy to reunite Maurice Jones-Drew with the team for the same cost as last year. Hakeem Nicks and Dez Bryant should be a strong enough at WR, providing Nicks can stay on the field. The next receivers up are Greg Jennings, who should be the main guy in Minnesota but I still can’t trust whilst Ponder remembers to actually throw the ball, Kenny Britt who is another injury risk and Alshon Jeffrey who I think can do well this year. Throw in Vincent Brown as a late round flyer and there’s some potential, but not too much certainty.
I kept Russell Wilson as a keeper for a 12th rounder, despite never having played him last year and my uncertainty with the Seahawks signal caller continues this year which is why I pulled the trigger on the falling Tony Romo in round 7. Say what you will about Romo, but he brings in the fantasy points. My biggest error was taking Jonathan Stewart in round 5 since it turns out he’s on the PUP list to kick things off. I think I covered my back with Ben Tate who should get some time early on as Foster’s cover man but after that I felt there were never any RBs worth taking as more than a total punt so I avoided the position leaving myself vulnerable. I’m hoping Antonio Gates can do for me what Tony Gonzalez did last year, but if he doesn’t then Tyler Eifert is a sleeper tight end that I really wanted as the signs are that Jermaine Gresham will do more blocking and less Passing out in Cincy.

Prestige Worldwide - First Three Picks: - L. McCoy (RB) , S. Jackson (RB), B. Marshall (WR) .
As is naturally the case with last year’s playoff teams, RDuncan’s team looks solid once more thanks to a nice selection of keepers, all taken in the odd round and thus preserving the even picks for which he drafted earlier in the round. McCoy should be a revelation under Chip Kelly and combined with the evergreen Steven Jackson and Frank Gore should provide a great RB base. Daryl Richardson provides a bit of youth at the position, but he could go either way this year depending on what kind of a time share he end’s up in. Michael Bush could provide nice points from round 13, but he’ll be volatile as a goal line poacher and you’d have to be bold to put him in the line up outside of heavy bye weeks. Similarly Shonn Greene could poach TDs from CJ2K, but you’d struggle to throw him in your line up on a weekly basis.
Brandon Marshall tends to always deliver in a fantasy space and is a strong receiver, but I’m more worried about what follows as none of Cecil Shorts, Chris Givens, Anquan Boldin or Darrius Heyward-Bey are locks. It could be one of those cases where you end up starting the right ones each week, but equally it could be the dead opposite. Stafford should put up big points once more and feels better placed here than the first rounder he was last year and Prestige Worldwide have also taken a gamble on EJ Manuel as the only rookie QB taken… could be a fantastic steal.

Sri Lanka Rams - First Three Picks:A. Rodgers (QB) , A. Peterson (RB) , T. Smith (WR).
The reigning champs were utterly spoilt for choice in the keeper stakes and whilst I can’t believe I’m about to say this I almost figure they would have been better keeping all three of Adrian Peterson, CJ Spiller and Alfred Morris due to the sheer value of the latter two at rounds 9 and 11. Then again I wouldn’t exactly complain about Aaron Rodgers who will likely appear in the top 2 for all players yet again.
Following on from Rodgers, I’m a little surprised Barney actually drafted another QB so early. Yes Rodgers is on an early bye, but your plan has to be to start him all the time and so Mike Vick seems wasted, let alone at 7 round value. The Sri Lanka Rams are also missing a healthy TE, with Gronkowski likely out for a few weeks and late rounder Ed Dickson a question mark in Baltimore.
His pair of rookie receivers could do well, but both Tavon Austin and DeAndre Hopkins could start slowly as rookie receivers tend to take a while to get going. That said, both have the offences and features to be successful for their squads. Torrey Smith provides seniority and should be Joe Flacco’s favourite target so seems a good selection late in round 3, whilst DeSean Jackson late in round 5 could be another great value pick depending on how Chip Kelly chooses to use him now that Jeremy Maclin is out.


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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 12:39 pm

Mods - Can you please make this a Sticky in place of last years version Smile

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 12:45 pm

606V2 2013 League Keepers - By Team
Spoiler:
Flynn it to Win It - TM Moot
Drew Brees, QB (Round 1)
Larry Fitzgerald, WR (Round 2)
San Francisco 49ers, DST (Round 8)

The Diddley Poos - GB1919
Jamaal Charles, RB (Round 2)
Andrew Luck, QB (Round 7)
Colin Kaepernick, QB (UDFA - Round 10)

Second Hand Secondary - Take it to the house
Eli Manning, QB (Round 4)
Kyle Rudolph, TE (Round 9)
Danny Amendola, WR (Round 15)

Flying High - Dominic Dicoco
Trent Richardson, RB (Round 2)
Stephen Hill, WR (Round 14)

Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning
Demaryius Thomas, WR (Round 5)
Dwayne Bowe, WR (Round 5 - Moves to Round 6)
Danario Alexander, WR (UDFA - Round 10)

Enter RG3 - number-25
Robert Griffin III, QB (Round 6)
Stevan Ridley, RB (Round 6 - Moves to Round 7)
Pierre Garcon, WR (Round 7 - Moves to Round 8)

BamBam’s Warriors - bambamwillis
Marshawn Lynch, RB (Round 3)
Peyton Manning, QB (Round 6)
Randall Cobb, WR (Round 12)

Memphis Hound Dogs - mikeygnfl
A.J. Green, WR (Round 2)
Doug Martin, RB (Round 3)
Lamar Miller, RB (UDFA - Round 10)

They Put a Hole in the Roof - Forward Pass
Arian Foster, RB (Round 1)
Jason Witten, TE (Round 7)
David Wilson, RB (Round 9)

Corn on the Schaub - crazy_dave23
Ray Rice, RB (Round 1)
Dez Bryant, WR (Round 4)
Russell Wilson, QB (Round 12)

Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
LeSean McCoy, RB (Round 1)
Brandon Marshall, WR (Round 3)
Frank Gore, RB (Round 5)

Sri Lanka Rams - Barney92
Aaron Rodgers, QB (Round 1)
Adrian Peterson, RB (Round 2)
C.J. Spiller, RB (Round 9)

606V2 2013 League Keepers - By Position
Spoiler:
Quarterbacks
Aaron Rodgers, QB (Round 1)
Drew Brees, QB (Round 1)
Eli Manning, QB (Round 4)
Robert Griffin III, QB (Round 6)
Peyton Manning, QB (Round 6)
Andrew Luck, QB (Round 7)
Russell Wilson, QB (Round 12)
Colin Kaepernick, QB (UDFA - Round 10)

Running Backs
Arian Foster, RB (Round 1)
Ray Rice, RB (Round 1)
LeSean McCoy, RB (Round 1)
Adrian Peterson, RB (Round 2)
Jamaal Charles, RB (Round 2)
Trent Richardson, RB (Round 2)
Marshawn Lynch, RB (Round 3)
Doug Martin, RB (Round 3)
Frank Gore, RB (Round 5)
Stevan Ridley, RB (Round 6 - Moves to Round 7)
David Wilson, RB (Round 9)
C.J. Spiller, RB (Round 9)
Lamar Miller, RB (UDFA - Round 10)

Wide Recievers
Larry Fitzgerald, WR (Round 2)
A.J. Green, WR (Round 2)
Brandon Marshall, WR (Round 3)
Dez Bryant, WR (Round 4)
Demaryius Thomas, WR (Round 5)
Dwayne Bowe, WR (Round 5 - Moves to Round 6)
Pierre Garcon, WR (Round 7 - Moves to Round 8)
Danario Alexander, WR (UDFA - Round 10)
Randall Cobb, WR (Round 12)
Stephen Hill, WR (Round 14)
Danny Amendola, WR (Round 15)

Tights Ends and Specialists
Jason Witten, TE (Round 7)
San Francisco 49ers, DST (Round 8)
Kyle Rudolph, TE (Round 9)


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Post by BamBam on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 1:28 pm

Some very interesting players not being kept .. draft should give us some drama!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 2:38 pm

Yeah, there are a couple less first rounders being kept vs what I expected.

Drew Brees effectively goes number 1 but then it will go interesting... the consensus picks (i.e. the RBs) are all keepers at the base of round 1, start of round 2 (Foster, McCoy, Rice, Peterson) which shows that you need a top RB to do well... and nobody up top is going to get one unless they take more of a mid level guy at picks 2-6 and hope they turn up big!

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Post by Number-25 on Sat 03 Aug 2013, 9:23 pm

Yep, am also surprised that there weren't more number 1s kept. I thought I'd be picking sooner in that first round than I'm going to be. I can see a few players going earlier in the draft than they might otherwise have done because guys will have filled needs with a keeper taken later last year which will leave others reaching. I'm already feeling the pressure to snap an RB or WR early!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sun 04 Aug 2013, 4:28 pm

Right guys...
When would people prefer the draft to be held.

The starting options are...

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm

Could you all please state what you would prefer and specifically what you CANT do. We can then try to accommodate people as much as possible.

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Post by RDuncan8 on Sun 04 Aug 2013, 8:15 pm

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm - Probably can't
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm - Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Preferred
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Can do.
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm - Probably can

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Post by mikeygnfl on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 1:58 am

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm Can't do
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm Can't do
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm Could do
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm Could do but is my preferred time for the West league
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm Can do.
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Post by TM Moot on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 8:56 am

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm - Probably can't
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm - Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Probably can't
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Probably can (unless it clashes with the East)
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm - Probably can



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Post by Barney92 on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 10:11 am

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm - Probably can
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm - Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Probably can
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm - Probably can (Preferred)

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Post by thunder and lightning on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 11:13 am

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm - Probably can
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm - Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Probably can (Preferred)
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Probably can
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm - Probably can

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Post by Take it to the house on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 5:59 pm

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm -Probably can(Preferred)
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm -Probably can
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Probably can't
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Probably can't be there for the start, might be able to catch part of it
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm -Probably can

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Post by BamBam on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 7:12 pm

If possible, I would prefer not to have them on the same day, takes up too much revision time!

Bank Holiday - Can't do
Sunday 1st 4pm - Can, but if West is at 8pm would rather not
Tues 27th - Thur 29th - As long as we fix it early on I can do one of these

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 8:42 pm

BamBam wrote:If possible, I would prefer not to have them on the same day, takes up too much revision time!

I'd logic that it takes the same amount of time... but I know what you mean!

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Post by Number-25 on Mon 05 Aug 2013, 11:29 pm

Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 4pm - Can't do
Monday 26th August (BH Monday) @ say 8pm - Can do
Sunday 1st September @ say 4pm - Can't do
Sunday 1st September @ say 8pm - Can't do
Midweek Tues 27th thru Thur 29th @ say 8pm - Can do all of these and would prefer one of these

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Tue 06 Aug 2013, 9:23 pm

Right as it is shaping up, the Keeper draft seems likely to happen sometime in the midweek options, whilst the West will happen on Sun 1st Sep.

Keep your schedules coming if you haven't given one. I'll likely reassess what everyone has put come Friday.

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Post by thunder and lightning on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 12:18 pm

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand Alexander tears his ACL, as if my keepers weren't bad enough already Sad

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Post by TM Moot on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 7:37 pm

I've renamed "Flynn it to Win It" to a proper team name, "Bath City Blues".

crazydave - I'll change it back if it keeps things easier for you...

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 8:06 pm

TM Moot wrote:I've renamed "Flynn it to Win It" to a proper team name, "Bath City Blues".

crazydave - I'll change it back if it keeps things easier for you...

Easy enough to sort... I have all the underlying code on word so I just press find & replace!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 8:11 pm

and now it is done

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Post by GB1919 on Wed 07 Aug 2013, 9:40 pm

Happy with any of the times except 4pm on the Bank Holiday.

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Post by TM Moot on Thu 08 Aug 2013, 8:08 am

crazy_dave23 wrote:and now it is done
ta Very Happy 

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Fri 09 Aug 2013, 7:09 pm

Announcement:

The draft is going to be set for
Thursday 29th August 2013 @ 8PM BST or 3PM EDT (which is the time I have to set it with reference to!)

Everyone bar Dominic Dicoco has responded about times and putting it all together each weekend / bank holiday slot has at least one absentee whereas midweek has just yes's and probably's.

I've gone for Thursday because there are some members here in the East as well and Tuesday looks the most likley winner over that side.
Also I can't find any overly massive sporting fixtures that that date clashes with... I haven't looked that hard.

Let the complains flow in...

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Post by Number-25 on Fri 09 Aug 2013, 7:56 pm

Cheers Dave! No complaints from me.

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Post by BamBam on Fri 09 Aug 2013, 11:17 pm

Sounds good.. Any chance we can have a reminder a few days beforehand!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 10:21 am

BamBam wrote:Sounds good.. Any chance we can have a reminder a few days beforehand!
i'm sure you will notice one way or another!

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Post by Dominic Dicoco on Mon 12 Aug 2013, 3:17 pm

29th is fine with me.

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Mon 12 Aug 2013, 7:35 pm

Cool, looks like we should basically all be there!

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Post by Forward Pass on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 3:56 pm

Thanks sorting all the keepers and draft Dave
I can make the 29th as well

Bored at work
so just put all the keepers into the excluded players in pre draft rankings
Not a great deal of top tier players left
Should be an interesting draft night
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Post by BamBam on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 4:28 pm

How do I see that list mate?

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 10:51 pm

BamBam wrote:How do I see that list mate?
The keeper list is in the top thread within a spoiler, either sorted by team or position.
It is also the second post of this thread, one of the final posts of the old thread (link up top) and you can find the full draft order with players assigned via http://606v2k.league.fantasy.nfl.com/ > League > Draft Info

I hadn't thought of the fact that the keepers probably won't be taken off your own fantasy rankings unless you manually do it which could be awkward as I usually use the same list for all my draft and I clearly don't want to take the best players off that one!

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Post by BamBam on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 11:50 pm

crazy_dave23 wrote:
BamBam wrote:How do I see that list mate?
The keeper list is in the top thread within a spoiler, either sorted by team or position.
It is also the second post of this thread, one of the final posts of the old thread (link up top) and you can find the full draft order with players assigned via http://606v2k.league.fantasy.nfl.com/ > League > Draft Info

I hadn't thought of the fact that the keepers probably won't be taken off your own fantasy rankings unless you manually do it which could be awkward as I usually use the same list for all my draft and I clearly don't want to take the best players off that one!
Ah ok, yeah I meant if its possible to see the rankings on the site with all the keepers removed. Like you, I use the same list for every draft, so would be a good option, might do it manually for this league when I'm bored

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Post by TM Moot on Wed 21 Aug 2013, 8:13 am

Quick query pls chaps, will our draft board remove all the Keepers from the available player list?

I had assumed that I wouldn't have to make a selection until round 3 (as have Brees and Fitz at rounds 1 and 2)...or will i need to still physically need to select my keepers in their appropriate round??

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Post by Forward Pass on Wed 21 Aug 2013, 8:34 am

BamBam wrote:
crazy_dave23 wrote:
BamBam wrote:How do I see that list mate?
The keeper list is in the top thread within a spoiler, either sorted by team or position.
It is also the second post of this thread, one of the final posts of the old thread (link up top) and you can find the full draft order with players assigned via http://606v2k.league.fantasy.nfl.com/ > League > Draft Info

I hadn't thought of the fact that the keepers probably won't be taken off your own fantasy rankings unless you manually do it which could be awkward as I usually use the same list for all my draft and I clearly don't want to take the best players off that one!
Ah ok, yeah I meant if its possible to see the rankings on the site with all the keepers removed. Like you, I use the same list for every draft, so would be a good option, might do it manually for this league when I'm bored
That's what I had to do manually change the rankings list
I only changed the draft rankings for the keeper league left the rest of my leagues alone
Tried to cut & paste list but it won't allow it , top 10 players left are
1] Megatron 2] A.Morris 3] Forte 4] J.Jones 5] J.Graham 6] CJ2K 7] Dre 8] S.JacKson 9] MJD 10] VJax
Gives you an idea of what's left
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Wed 21 Aug 2013, 10:22 pm

TM Moot wrote:Quick query pls chaps, will our draft board remove all the Keepers from the available player list?

I had assumed that I wouldn't have to make a selection until round 3 (as have Brees and Fitz at rounds 1 and 2)...or will i need to still physically need to select my keepers in their appropriate round??
The draft will remove all keepers from the board as you start the draft and when it comes to your pick, it will just skip it.

The query that recent post seem to be about, is whether you can see a list of all players minus keepers in advance of the draft day so you can try to establish who is available more easily in advance and set up your draft board for it.

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Post by TM Moot on Thu 22 Aug 2013, 8:04 am

crazy_dave23 wrote:
TM Moot wrote:Quick query pls chaps, will our draft board remove all the Keepers from the available player list?

I had assumed that I wouldn't have to make a selection until round 3 (as have Brees and Fitz at rounds 1 and 2)...or will i need to still physically need to select my keepers in their appropriate round??
The draft will remove all keepers from the board as you start the draft and when it comes to your pick, it will just skip it.

The query that recent post seem to be about, is whether you can see a list of all players minus keepers in advance of the draft day so you can try to establish who is available more easily in advance and set up your draft board for it.
cool, cheers CD Very Happy 

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Mon 26 Aug 2013, 10:47 am

Just a reminder that we draft on Thursday at 8pm...

I know most are intending on being there, but even if you are please make sure you have done the following...

Go to My Team > Pre-Draft Rankings > Edit Preferred Positions and select at what point you would allow the CPU to select different positions.

If you do not do this, and either miss the draft or have connection issues on the evening (it's happened in our leagues) the CPU will draft a DST and a Kicker in round 8 and 9 regardless of your draft board. This is because it priorities filling the first team slots over adding to the bench.

If you have keepers in rounds 8 and 9 I imagine (without proof) that it would do it even earlier!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 5:49 pm

For those that are interested, I just did a bit of fancy stuff in a spreadsheet and super imposed the 606V2 East draft on top of our keepers.

i.e. I left all of our keepers in the allocated slots, and then filled all remaining draft slots with the highest non keeper from the east draft.
Alfred Morris was the highest drafted player in the East league that wasn't a keeper, so he would slot in at position 2 because GB1919 didn't select a first round keeper.

This would make the draft look as follows for the first 3 rounds with the keepers in bold (I've not put any teams names against draft slots... sorry!)

1 Drew Brees QB
2 Alfred Morris RB
3 Matt Forte RB
4 Calvin Johnson WR
5 Julio Jones WR
6 Steven Jackson RB
7 Maurice Jones-Drew RB
8 Jimmy Graham TE
9 Arian Foster RB
10 Ray Rice RB
11 LeSean McCoy RB
12 Aaron Rodgers QB

13 Adrian Peterson RB

14 Chris Johnson RB
15 Reggie Bush RB
16 Andre Johnson WR
17 A.J. Green WR
18 Vincent Jackson WR
19 Roddy White WR
20 Marques Colston WR
21 Trent Richardson RB
22 Victor Cruz WR
23 Jamaal Charles RB
24 Larry Fitzgerald WR


25 Torrey Smith WR
26 Eddie Lacy RB
27 DeMarco Murray RB
28 Darren McFadden RB
29 Darren Sproles RB
30 Reggie Wayne WR
31 Marshawn Lynch RB
32 Doug Martin RB

33 Antonio Brown WR
34 Chris Ivory RB
35 Brandon Marshall WR
36 Rob Gronkowski TE

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Post by BamBam on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 6:13 pm

Its going to be interesting for sure .. teams with strong RB keepers who are drafting early could easily look to take Calvin or a Jimmy Graham, whereas someone who has only kept WRs is almost forced to take a RB, even if it means they are passing up a talent like the above 2.

Looking forward to it now!

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Post by GB1919 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 7:52 am

Draft day! I've been going back and forth on a couple of players with the first pick, I don't think I'll be able to choose until I actually have to click on a player.

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Post by TM Moot on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 7:55 am

wish i'd kept different Keepers now, having to wait until the 3rd round is going to be painful

still, should be fun Very Happy 


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Post by RDuncan8 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 7:31 pm

Draft is open!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 7:41 pm

Its almost time...

Really interested who I will be able to get at number 15!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 9:23 pm

That was a strange draft... mikeygnfl drafted 0 QBs, only 4 teams took kickers and the Sri Lanka Rams have no healthy TEs... plus Percy Harvin went in round 11 (I think) despite being crippled!

will start the write ups later

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Post by mikeygnfl on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 9:44 pm

Keen to see what my write up says? I had a couple of QBs in mind but they didn't fall. My QB situation is likely to be on a week-by-week basis. Panicked a bit with the pick. Wish I gambled on the players I wanted rather then waiting for them to drop.
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Post by Forward Pass on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 9:50 pm

agree was odd
but mikey might just play qb matchups each week ,was about 4 reasonable qb's left
He also has no DST or kicker

i thought of grabbing Harvin late rounds for 2014 would need him to go IR though as would lose a bench spot

Suprised Barney didnt back up gronk as he wont be fit for weeks

Be interesting to see all the players dropped before week 1 - 8 kickers - 2 DST - 1 QB required
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 10:30 pm

First 4 write ups are done Smile

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Post by TM Moot on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 10:54 pm

crazy_dave23 wrote:First 4 write ups are done Smile
Nice write up dave, you got mine draft spot on.

Really not happy with my RB's. I had Macfadden and Murray lined up only for both to disappear right before I picked. Ivory was the next best and with the Jets not being able to throw the ball I thought he might get some decent production.

I didn't realise I had so many Cardinals though. Shocked 

Happy with Finley and Olsen at TE. Happy to of kept 49ers D. Brees and WRs are ok.

Being new to this league, my aim is to be 11th or better. Bring it on boxing 


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Post by Take it to the house on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 11:00 pm

"I figure the biggest regret for this team comes in not sticking a 5th round keeper on Vincent Jackson who promptly went in the first round. It would have meant doubling up with Danny Amendola, who at a 15th rounder is one of the bargains of last year, but I’d have done it over either Eli Manning who is massively over drafted at a 4th round keeper."

Totally agree with this, I guess I panicked a bit when choosing keepers and thought that everyone with good QBs would keep them! So I kept Manning even though he wasn't great value at 4, Rudolph and Amendola were good value so VJax was the unfortunate casualty! In hindsight, would obviously keep him. OK 

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