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606V2 West 2013 – NFL.com Fantasy Football League Homepage
http://606v2W.league.fantasy.nfl.com (ID 346169)
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)

606V2 Keeper League 2013
http://606v2k.league.fantasy.nfl.com (ID 1016967)
http://www.606v2.com/t46945-606v2-keeper-league-2013-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2013 Keeper League Thread)
http://www.606v2.com/t33954-606v2-keeper-league-2012-nflcom-fantasy-football-homepage (2012 Keeper League Thread)

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2013 Playoffs

Final
Suck My Vick No Romo (GSC) 89.50 vs 97.82 The Stormbringers (Forward Pass)


3rd Place Game
Revis and Butthead (Pr4wn) 80.94 vs 70.08 San Francisco Trams (crazy_dave23)

Semi Finals
Revis and Butthead (Pr4wn) 86.40 vs 125.86 Suck My Vick No Romo (GSC)
San Francisco Trams (crazy_dave23) 85.54 vs 91.30 The Stormbringers (Forward Pass)

5th Place Game
New York Bulls (mikeygnfl) 94.50 vs 86.74 Child Please (GB1919)

Wild Card Round
New York Bulls (mikeygnfl) 93.66 vs 107.84 The Stormbringers (Forward Pass)
Suck My Vick No Romo (GSC) 105.38 vs 99.00 Child Please (GB1919)

Consolation Playoffs
7th Place Game
Highbury Tankers (SuperTanker) 50.14 vs 93.52 Uncle Petes Adderral Stash (cherriesfan)

9th Place Game
Knights of Cydonia (CFCNick) 98.54 vs 58.08 Prestige Worldwide (RDuncan8)

Semi Finals
Highbury Tankers (SuperTanker) 125.28 vs 63.10 Prestige Worldwide (RDuncan8)
Knights of Cydonia (CFCNick) 48.00 vs 102.14 Uncle Petes Adderral Stash (cherriesfan)

11th Place Game
New England Canaries (Olly) 97.20 vs 63.94 Tony Romo and Juliet (LeedsCowboys)

Wild Card Round
Uncle Petes Adderral Stash (cherriesfan) 109.86 vs 80.06 Tony Romo and Juliet (LeedsCowboys)
New England Canaries (Olly) 55.26 vs 60.62 Prestige Worldwide (RDuncan8)

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2013 Standings

Guernsey Division:
9-4-0  (WWWWWWLLWLLWW)    San Francisco Trams: crazy_dave23
6-7-0  (WLLLLLLLWWWWW)    Knights of Cydonia: CFCNick
6-7-0  (LWLLWLWWWWLLL)    Uncle Petes Adderral Stash: cherriesfan
2-11-0  (LLLLLLWLLLLLW)    Thunder and Lightning: thunder and lightning

Jersey Division:
10-3-0  (WWWWLLWLWWWWW)    Revis and Butthead: Pr4wn
10-3-0  (WLWWWLWWLWWWW)    Suck My Vick No Romo: GSC
8-5-0  (WWWWLWLWLLWLW)    Highbury Tankers: SuperTanker
4-9-0  (LWLLLLLLWLWLW)    Tony Romo and Juliet: LeedsCowboys
3-10-0  (LLLLLWLWLLWLL)    BamBams Warriors: bambamwillis

Alderney Division:
8-5-0  (WWWWWWLLWWLLL)    New York Bulls: Mikeygnfl
8-5-0  (WWLLLWWWWWLWL)    The Stormbringers: Forward Pass
8-5-0  (LLWWWWLWLWWWL)    Child Please: GB1919
5-8-0  (LLLWWLWWLLLWL)    New England Canaries: Olly
4-9-0  (LLWLWWWLLLLLL)    Prestige Worldwide: RDuncan8

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League History

Awards
2013 Champion: The Stormbringers: Forward Pass (8-5-0) + (3-0-0)
2013 2nd Place: Suck My Vick No Romo: GSC (10-3-0) + (2-1-0)
2013 3rd Place: Revis and Butthead: Pr4wn (10-3-0) + (Bye, 1-1-0)
2013 Regular Season Champion: Revis and Butthead: Pr4wn (10-3-0)
2013 Highest Scoring Team: New York Bulls: mikeygnfl (1298.86)
2013 Highest Scoring Week: New York Bulls: mikeygnfl (Week 9, 152.04)

2012 Champion: New England Canaries: Olly (11-2-0) + (Bye, 2-0-0)
2012 2nd Place: The Stormbringers: Forward Pass (8-5-0) + (2-1-0)
2012 3rd Place: BamBams Warriors: bamamwillis (8-5-0) + (2-1-0)
2012 Regular Season Champion: New England Canaries: Olly (11-2-0)
2012 Highest Scoring Team: New England Canaries: Olly (1277.20)
2012 Highest Scoring Week: San Francisco Trams: crazy_dave23 (Week 16, 143.04)

2011 Champion: The Stormbringers: Forward Pass (8-5-0) + (3-0-0)
2011 2nd Place: San Francisco Trams: crazy_dave23 (7-6-0) + (2-1-0)
2011 3rd Place: New York Bulls: mikeygnfl (12-1-0) + (Bye, 1-1-0)
2011 Regular Season Champion: New York Bulls: mikeygnfl (12-1-0)
2011 Highest Scoring Team: New York Bulls: mikeygnfl (1248.82)
2011 Highest Scoring Week: The Stormbringers: Forward Pass (Week 12, 137.82)

Name Changes
Los Angeles Leopards (2012) ---> New York Bulls (2013): mikeygnfl
Beast Mode (2012) ---> Uncle Petes Adderral Stash (2013): cherriesfan
Dyslexia United (2012) ---> Revis and Butthead (2013): Pr4wn

New York Bulls (2011) ---> Los Angeles Leopards (2012): mikeygnfl

Owner Changes
Devonshire Longhorns (2011): sgb ---> Knights of Cydonia (2012): CFCNick
Team Tebow (2011): TheBrownTown ---> Suck My Vick No Romo (2012): GSC
Horwich Casuals 2 (2011): Pekchenko ---> Highbury Tankers (2012): SuperTanker
Might Mikes Marvels (2011): ??? ---> New England Canaries (2012): Olly

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2013 Draft Info

The 2013 draft took place at 8PM BST (3PM EDT) on Sunday 1st September 2013, with the 1st round order selected at random and then the snake format doing the rest.

See spoiler below for First Round Picks:
Spoiler:
2013 1st Round
1. Adrian Peterson - Knights of Cydonia - CFCNick
2. Doug Martin - New York Bulls - Mikeygnfl
3. Marshawn Lynch- Highbury Tankers - SuperTanker
4. Arian Foster - New England Canaries - Olly
5. Ray Rice - Revis and Butthead - Pr4wn
6. CJ Spiller - BamBams Warriors - bambamwillis
7. LeSean McCoy - San Francisco Trams - crazy_dave23
8. Trent Richardson - Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
9. Jamaal Charles - Uncle Petes Adderral Stash - cherriesfan
10. Calvin Johnson - Suck My Vick No Romo - GSC
11. Matt Forte - Tony Romo and Juliet - LeedsCowboys
12. Alfred Morris - Child Please - GB1919
13. Dez Bryant - The Stormbringers - Forward Pass
14. Chris Johnson - Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning
Summaries of the full draft and the first three picks per team will follow below.

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2013 Draft Analysis

See spoiler below for Draft Analysis
Spoiler:
Knights of Cydonia - First Three Picks: – A. Peterson (RB), D. Murray (RB), T. Smith (WR).
Adrian Peterson goes number 1- no surprises there. Having to wait 23 picks is a pain, but Demarco Murray can be pretty functional when healthy. Continuing with RBs, I feel Jacquizz Rodgers is very overdrafted in round 6 as I doubt he can function as a full on RB even if Steven Jackson were to go down. Kendall Hunter is the kind of guy that goes in a 14 team league and I think he can be functional, but I’d find it hard to thrust him into the lineup short of a lack of other options.
WR is relatively strong, and I imagine 3 will be fielded each week. Torrey Smith is the Ravens only obvious target, Decker should get a fair number of targets even as a number 3 option, whilst I always like Nicks until he gets hurt - though CFCNick has cover for that in Rueben Randle. Miles Austin in round 7 is also a tidy little bargain as the Cowboys are fantasy gold.
The Knights went late on QBs, taking the last nominal “starter” in Andy Dalton and following up with Jay Cutler. I actually think Cutler could be the better QB, but he will be sporadic which will put people off.

New York Bulls - First Three Picks: – D. Martin (RB), R. Bush (RB), C. Kaepernick (QB).
No kickers, no defences, but at last a QB. Mikeygnfl took his first QB of two drafts, making the surprising move of taking Colin Kaepernick as the top signal caller. I’m personally not sold on the idea, but Kaepernick can be dynamic and the rushing element adds very well to QBs based on NFL.com scoring rules so it could be a gamble that pays off.
I’m nervous about both Reggie Bush and Chris Ivory, but one has got to pay off and Ivory was good value at the time having taken a bit of a drop versus the other two 606 drafts. One of those guys will pair off with Doug Martin who again was an obvious selection at number 2.
The remainder of the New York Bulls is pretty intriguing. Josh Gordon and Justin Blackmon are both suspended to kick off the year, which leaves the team thin at WR, but with major upside coming from mid season by which point either could have exploded past their draft value. T.Y. Hilton, in my opinion is a risk as well this year - he’ll get points, but maybe not as many as everyone thinks after last year and I might even be more sold of Darius Heyward-Bey in terms of pure value.
The Bulls went rookie mad in the mid rounds, taking Le’Veon Bell who should be good when back on the field along with a trio of WRs and RB Stepfan Tayor who is a guy I wouldn’t have taken in a smaller league, but suits the 14 team format perfectly as I think he has a chance to get carries in Arizona ahead of Ryan Williams. The problem for this team is that if they stand a chance, it’s of coming good late in the year by which time they may be out of it.

Highbury Tankers - First Three Picks: – M. Lynch (RB), L. Fitzgerald (WR), A. Rodgers (QB).
SuperTanker spent a portion of the draft on auto pick, but in general it didn’t cause as much havoc as usual. The top trio of Lynch, Fitzgerald and Rodgers is a very solid base to work off and things continue in a positive vein through rounds 4-6 with Amendola (Brady’s only proven target to kick off the year at least), DeAngelo Williams (finally “the guy” for at least 5 games) and Stevie Johnson (the only real WR in Buffalo who will go as far as EJ Manuel takes him and no further). I figure Jordan Cameron is over drafted as a TE in round 7, though in general I think he could have a decent year.
I like Bernard Pierce in round 8 seeing as the signs are that he will be given some carries and I’m also quite high on Alshon Jeffery who I really liked coming out of college and could blossom in year 2.
He got a couple of “bonus” TEs in Zach Sudfeld (much to Olly’s announce as the next man up) and Brent Celek, but I don’t think either will be up to much. The Autopicking only really bit in round 12 and 13 when the now released Jonathan Dwyer and the broken legged Andre Brown were picked up, but all things considered I fell the team is quite solid, albeit with limited potential for diamonds in the rough off the bench.

New England Canaries - First Three Picks: – A. Foster (RB), F. Gore (RB), R. White (WR).
An alright draft from reigning champion Olly. I’ll start at RB where the starters of Foster and Gore are top notch once Foster gets back up to full speed. The team however struggled to draft the position in the later rounds, only grabbing Jonathan Franklin and LaMichael James. Out of those Franklin is the better “pure” runner, but has had a difficult offseason in Green Bay after high expectations. James is a bit like Jacquizz Rodgers as noted for the Knight’s of Cydonia in that you’ll never play him until the starter goes down (in this case it’s Gore so James is a handcuff) and even then I’d favour Kendall Hunter as the workhorse and James simply as a change of pace.
He’s gone for RGIII at QB and unsurprisingly he has been ruled fit for week 1, so things promise to be good if the knee holds up. Schaub is a sensible backup but you’d only ever play him once if things go well. I like the value at TE, since Kyle Rudolph is Ponder’s proven safety blanket and Coby Fleener is surprisingly under the radar given the hype around Andrew Luck.
I’m reasonably high on Olly’s wideouts too. Roddy White is always under loved, DeSean Jackson could be in for a boost in the new offensive scheme in Philly and having Vick as the (short term) QB helps his value compared to Foles and Greg Jennings was good value in round 7. Mike Wallace still has bust written all over him from my eyes, but I guess he makes a foursome who have some big play potential even if they may not be consistent.

Revis and Butthead - First Three Picks: – R. Rice (RB), D. Thomas (WR), A. Johnson (WR).
Aside from complaining about the duration of picks Pr4wn had a tidy draft. Ray Rice at 5 makes more sense to me than CJ Spiller as I figure he is more durable - speaking of which Pr4wn nabbed Fred Jackson in the mid rounds who will profit from a desire in Buffalo to not go over the top with Spiller. Bradshaw has a chance to get considerable snaps in Indy, though rushing won’t be a huge focus for their offence which concerns you a little in respect of an RB2.
Demaryius Thomas and Andre Johnson are a good starting WR pair. I think ‘Dre is a little underrated this year and provided he stays on the field he’ll get the yards and the targets. I like Emmanuel Sanders as well this year as a replacement in the Steelers offence for Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline is a nice value pick at the back end of the draft. Revis and Butthead are strong at QB, with Andre Luck who is a fantastic pick at 80th overall and Big Ben who provides solid points almost all of the time. It also helps that on Luck’s bye week, Roethlisberger plays Oakland and it’s shambolic defence. Tony Gonzalez obviously had a top year and I struggle to see him matching it, but the Falcons will be prolific and he will pick up red zone targets and thus will end up as decent starter TE.

BamBams Warriors - First Three Picks: – CJ. Spiller (RB), M. Jones-Drew (RB), D. Brees (QB).
BamBam has a good trio of running backs including the nominal starters CJ Spiller and Maurice Jones-Drew, the latter of which I fell will bounce back this year after a tough injury impacted 2012 offseason. Daryl Richardson is another starting RB who benefits from the lack of cutting edge shown by his backups in St Louis over pre season. Bryce Brown is a fourth stringer, but even he could have some value once we figure out what Philly’s offence will look like.
The Warriors took Drew Brees in round 3 which is a good pick given he’s the 3rd QB off the board and will likely score an absolute bundle now that Sean Payton is back. Sensibly BamBam ignored backups and focused on some late round gambles that could pay off big long before a bye week replacement is required up at QB.
Wide Reciever is nominally week, but contains a few sleepers later on. Garcon should do well to back up a 4th round slot, and James Jones will get points even as a third or fourth option in Green Bay as they spread the ball around and I’m not sold on them rushing too much even with their draft. Vincent Brown could be a gem as Rivers has little else to throw to and San Diego often throws the ball, yet with the wideout you can ignore Rivers tendency to throw the INT. Similarly the reviews on Cordarrelle Patterson have been positive and he could improve if and when Ponder does. Similarly at TE I like Jared Cook a lot this year and I think he has been drafted with good value.

San Francisco Trams - First Three Picks: – L. McCoy (RB), R. Cobb (WR), D. McFadden (RB).
I was happy to be reunited with LeSean McCoy this year as in my view the drop off from him is more pronounced. Alongside McCoy I nominally have a strong RB core in McFadden and Matthews - the trio would have all been possible 1st rounder’s last year - but there is a reason I got them in rounds 1, 3 and 5 which is the injury bug which bites them too often and is a big risk. After them Michael Bush is a TD vulture and would be a quality backup should Forte go down, but he’s not a guy you want to start regularly. I also picked up Jonathan Stewart once more, but at better value than in the Keeper league once I’d realised the extent of his ailment. I took some stick nevertheless, but in round 12 he has the potential to be a steal if he comes back and it’s not like anyone else at that slot would be reliable.
I think my WRs are solid if not spectacular. Cobb feels over drafted at #22, but that is where he goes and I’m more of a fan of Dwayne Bowe who should get some decent supply from Alex Smith. Mike Williams is another guy I’m happy to have, but you worry slightly about how much they may run the ball and how much of the remainder V Jax will get. I was surprised to see Tavon Austin available in round 8, so I took a gamble as he is a high pick starter.
As usual I was a little late on TEs and only landed Owen Daniels who I don’t expect to do that much, but I figure the rest of the value in the team makes up for it. I stuck to my guns and went late with a QB in Eli Manning. I worry about his INTs, but I think he is solid enough for my purposes. I also liked being able to nab EJ Manuel in the last round (I’m surprised nobody took a punt earlier) as he could turn into something dynamic and if he doesn’t I’ve hardly wasted a pick.

Prestige Worldwide - First Three Picks: – T. Richardson (RB), S. Ridley (RB), V. Jackson (WR).
Having scanned the lineup I’m quite a big fan of what Prestige Worldwide have got going on. They went for the late QB strategy but I figure Matt Stafford is amazing value at number 92 given he was going in round 1 last year and gets to throw at Megatron. I even like Sam Bradford as a sneaky backup - he won’t start off on fire, but he has some nice weapons who will develop with him.
The starting RBs are solid. Trent Richardson is a rare every down back, whilst Stevan Ridely should do well even though I’m not fully sold on how much New England will use him. In that respect it’s a short term plus that Brady has few proven targets to throw at as the run game should pick up the slack. Ben Tate will be a good scorer early until Foster comes back at full strength, but after that his value is tied to the lead’s back health. Isaiah Pead and Joique Bell are a pair of late round flyers and I don’t expect much, but I guess it is worth a punt.
What I like the most is the WR group. Vincent Jackson in round 3 is fabulous value given he went very early in the keeper league. I like Antonio Brown due to the lack of much else that’s proven in the Steel City, though others are less sold on his ability. And for round 5 value and a possible flex spot I feel you can’t go wrong with Wes Welker. In addition, I’m a little down on T.Y. Hilton this year which is why I love the Darius Heyward-Bey pick in round 11.

Uncle Petes Adderral Stash - First Three Picks: – J. Charles (RB), J. Graham (TE), V. Cruz (WR).
Cherries started the draft on autopick and that, plus the subsequent double dip on QBs puts a little bit of a downer on his roster. Naturally having the choice between Brady and Wilson is a good thing, but until I see what value he gets in return for one (likely Brady due to a Seattle love in) it’s hard to judge the move as more than overdrafting a second QB “early” for player fandom reasons.
Charles is a strong RB as expected from a first round pick, but it goes south pretty quick on the running back side of things. BenJarvus Green-Ellis should start the year on a decent footing but I’m part of the massive Gio Bernard fanclub and I expect the Law Firm to lose carries and value at a rapid rate as the season progresses. Likewise I’m high on Ryan Matthews, and provided he doesn’t get injured I feel the value of Danny Woodhead is reasonably limited. After that it’s Denard Robinson and he frankly doesn’t count as anything but a gimic in the short term. The fact your looking to start one of these week in week out would worry me.
I like Antonio Gates as a late round TE, but given Jimmy Graham was taken up top it seems like a little bit of a luxury. However in round 10 you generally find little quality, yet Gates is a known quantity who is comfortable in his system and the top safety value for his QB. In that sense I like the double TE system seeing as our rules allow TEs in the flex. It truly means you benchmark Graham as a nominal WR. Victor Cruz should have a nice year again, but not drafting a wideout again until round 8 is a little risky. It further strengthens the two TE idea.

Suck My Vick No Romo - First Three Picks: – C. Johnson (WR), B. Marshall (WR), P. Manning (QB).
A very intriguing set from GSC coming out of the autodraft. The standard autodraft issue of mandatory special teamers in rounds 8 and 9 is a dampener, but it is nothing when compared to the utter crisis at RB. The teams nominal starters are Issac Redman and Ronnie Hillman and basically I shouldn’t have to say anymore. In fact its incidental that individually the pair are both overdrafted and the CPU was only doing it to meet roster rules as it hadn’t taken any backs prior to the point. After that it’s another trio of backups in Shonn Greene, Mikel Leshoure and Toby Gerhart… its fair to say this didn’t go well.
However given the dearth of talent in one slot, you have a nice collection elsewhere namely at WR. Megatron and Brandon Marshall are a fantastic pair of starters and a clear cut above the remainder of the league save for the Stormbringers who also doubled up outside to kick things off. In third you get Reggie Wayne who should be solid even if failing to live up to last years high standards. Jason Witten is a quality TE as well, and the QB is an ever reliable Peyton Manning with Josh Freeman as a backup. I guess the idea wouldn’t ever be to double up on DSTs, but that happened and both Seattle and Chicago are off the board and that’s another cherry on the top of a bad set of picks.

Tony Romo and Juliet - First Three Picks: – M. Forte (RB), D. Wilson (RB), E. Lacy (RB).
So Tony Romo is going home. I’ve always been a fan of the team name and it seems fit to return the namesake to the realms of starting QB. This is another team that has taken a gamble on a lot of young talent, with Eddie Lacy and Gio Bernard going in round 3 and 4 to cap off an opening quad of runners which probably leave the team in a pretty strong spot in what is nominal the hardest position to fill in a 14 team league. I actually prefer the pure value on Bernard, though I understand why Lacy goes higher. Either is a capable flex guy behind Matt Forte and David Wilson whose value has shot up with the injury to his team mate Andre Brown. Christine Michael went late as a complimentary fifth runner and likely won’t provide much early, but offers upside later on in the season.
Having taken the 4 RBs and then Romo, the wide receiver and tight ends struggled. I liked Rob Housler as a dark horse in a league of this side, but he is not starting calibre in reality until Arizona shows a proficiency for using the TE. Cecil Shorts should be okay at WR, but I’d favour Blackmon once back from suspension. Golden “It was an INT” Tate is again pretty average and then Kenbrell Thompkins is a total unknown to cap a trio off. Stephen Hill in round 14 probably provides better value than any of those listed, but he plays for the Jets so has other issues to worry about! It will be tough to field two with confidence each week.

Child Please - First Three Picks: – A. Morris (RB), AJ. Green (WR), C. Newton (QB).
Alfred Morris, AJ Green and Cam Newton are a nice trio to start things off, though I still feel Newton is a tiny bit overvalued despite his proficiency for TDs.
I like Jordy Nelson a lot, mainly because everyone is writing him off due to injury niggles, but the fact is he plays in Green Bay and I expect him to be Aaron Rodgers favourite target this year. Chris Givens should be half decent with Tavon Austin complementing him in St Louis so presents reasonable value. Kendall Wright didn’t show as much as I would have wanted last year, but he had talent and could take advantage of Kenny Britt’s proficiency for trouble and injury.
I have a little issue with Darren Sproles and Mark Ingram, mainly because they offset each others value giving yourself a weekly conundrum as to who will actually get the points. The likelihood is Sproles who is helped by the return of Shaun Peyton, but nevertheless it dulls Ingrams value. I like the TEs in Greg Olsen and particularly Tyler Eifert who has a chance to do well towards years end. I think the Packers defence is over drafted for an active draft participant in round 11, but I guess I should let a Packers fan off…

The Stormbringers - First Three Picks: – D. Bryant (WR), J. Jones (WR), L. Miller (RB).
The Stormbringers were the second team to double dip on wide receivers and with Dez Bryant and Julio Jones it is clearly the strong point of the team. As a compliment to those two there is Kenny Britt, who fundamentally I like, however its all about whether he can stay healthy and out of trouble… plus there is a guy called Locker at QB who doesn’t yet instil the greatest amount of confidence. Deeper still there is Nate Washington, but as a fellow Titan his value is much more limited than that of Britt.
Vernon Davis should be a great Tight End this year and I’m am well and truly behind Matt Ryan who I think is primed for another bonanza season given the weapons he has. The Stormbringers have slightly more worries at RB due to going receiver early. Lamar Miller can have success, but I still worry a little about how much and how well he will do. Similar applies with Montee Ball who has already been snubbed as the starter in Denver. Immediately that shouldn’t hurt his value as one of his strengths is being a goal line and TD guy, but if he doesn’t get the basic carries his scores will be volatile. If the two youngsters might be expected to build into their role, it’s the opposite for Rashard Mendenhall who should start the year well before potentially tailing off if niggles start afflicting him and the other backs get more of a shot in Phoenix. Its also worth mentioning Bilal Powell, who has got the nod as a starter for the Jets and was picked up in round 13.

Thunder and Lightning - First Three Picks: – C. Johnson (RB), S. Jackson (RB), R. Gronkowski (TE).
Chris Johnson ended the first round and the hit and miss runner should be primed for an above average season this year given the reworking of parts of the Titans offensive line. Steven Jackson is a great compliment as the potent Atlanta offense should make use of his skills and he will be primed for some bonus garbage time points.
After going safe with a pair of backs, Thunder and Lightning took a little risk on Rob Gronkowski in round 3. The guy is mightily talented and whilst the prognosis looks better than perhaps planned its still a risk that he will be missing time. Marques Colston is looking good for this year now that Sean Payton is back on the hotseat and I like him for the year. He pairs off with Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin who both will score reliably over the year despite not really featuring in potent passing attacks due to the running ability of their own QBs. I think Shane Vereen is over drafted in round 5, but given the lack of anything much in New England to throw at (at least early days) there could be more value than expected in the Patriot ground game. On the flip side I quite like Greg Little in round 11 though I’m not sure why. I guess I feel whilst Brandon Weeden won’t necessarily be successful from a team perspective, I feel he can be reasonable from a fantasy perspective and I’ve always liked Little’s ability.
As a final thought it’s worth noting how Thunder and Lightning have brought together the controversial Phillies in Mick Vick and Riley Cooper… how will the locker room react.


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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 6:45 pm

New league thread so please use this one and not last years.

Draft order will be decided later and reposted.

Mods: Can you make this thread a sticky please Smile

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 6:54 pm

Draft time is a comin
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 7:08 pm

Draft Order Confirmed...
1 Knights of Cydonia - CFCNick
2 New York Bulls - Mikeygnfl
3 Highbury Tankers - SuperTanker
4 New England Canaries - Olly
5 Dyslexia United - Pr4wn
6 BamBams Warriors - bambamwillis
7 San Francisco Trams - crazy_dave23
8 Prestige Worldwide - RDuncan8
9 Uncle Petes Adderral Stash - cherriesfan
10 Suck My Vick No Romo - GSC
11 Tony Romo and Juliet - LeedsCowboys
12 Child Please - GB1919
13 The Stormbringers - Forward Pass
14 Thunder and Lightning - thunder and lightning


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Post by CFCNick on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 7:18 pm

Pressure. Who am I gonna take??? vomit 

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 7:22 pm

Happy to be picking high again, will continue my risky strategy
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Post by thunder and lightning on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 8:19 pm

14th ... ouch, time to get mocking i guess!

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Post by RDuncan8 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 9:40 pm

Olly wrote:Happy to be picking high again, will continue my risky strategy
Risky??

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 9:43 pm

Well last year he was number one and tried kidding us into thinking he would take Brady as a Pats fan, before drafting Rodgers...

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Post by RDuncan8 on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 9:45 pm

So he picked the number one ranked player over the number 2 ranked player...

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sat 10 Aug 2013, 10:10 pm

I meant drafting rookies and such

Got Doug Martin which offset Michael Floyd (Arizona WR)...
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Sun 11 Aug 2013, 8:46 am

Olly wrote:I meant drafting rookies and such

Got Doug Martin which offset Michael Floyd (Arizona WR)...
yes... I love that Floyd really was bad enough to warrant a description of who and where he plays

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Post by mikeygnfl on Sun 11 Aug 2013, 10:44 pm

Need to look into bye weeks. Just done a mock draft and realized half way through that my first five picks all had the same bye week.
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Post by mikeygnfl on Sun 11 Aug 2013, 10:47 pm

Just had a look at the last two seasons in the East and West leagues and the winners drafted 13 &2 and 13 & 1 respectively so happy to be going second. Long wait until my second pick though.
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Post by BamBam on Sun 11 Aug 2013, 11:06 pm

mikeygnfl wrote:Need to look into bye weeks. Just done a mock draft and realized half way through that my first five picks all had the same bye week.
Not necessarily a bad thing, sacrifice one week then have your best line up out every week

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Post by SuperTanker on Mon 12 Aug 2013, 1:44 pm

Sweet - my first high pick in any draft. Ever. I'm actually going to have choices to make in the first round!

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Post by crazy_dave23 on Mon 12 Aug 2013, 6:39 pm

I'm okay with 7, but I figure it is just a little too late to get what I would call one of the "elite" level players as I think there are probably 5 or 6 - your probably picking the top guy of the next level down.

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Post by GB1919 on Wed 14 Aug 2013, 10:02 pm

I always seem to draft at 12 in this league.

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Post by Leedscowboys on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 12:23 pm

11/14 I like, is a nice spot to draft from, I am near the turn, but sat nicely in a position to perhaps get a steal in the 1st round and a solid player in the 2nd.
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Post by RDuncan8 on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 12:58 pm

8th sucks.nope 

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Post by mikeygnfl on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 5:13 pm

My draft positions have been pretty good in the league (based on 1st round only) 4th, 4th and now 2nd. With the ruse if the dual threat QB giving depth in that position my first pick based on value value is like to be whoever is left out of Peterson or Foster.
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 7:35 pm

Being a stats guy I did think about looking at what draft trends people had had... mikey looks to have had it quite good in terms of consistency... i'm getting lower each year as I think I was #1 first time and 5 or 6 last year, before 7 this year.

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Post by Forward Pass on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 7:58 pm

My Draft for positions for this league
2011 -2013
13th - 3rd - 13th

Personally don't mind where I draft
think its the middle to late rounds that count

How players rep has fallen
Had Mark Sanchez !!! as my starting QB for the 2011 final
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Post by mikeygnfl on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 8:50 pm

I don't think the draft order matters that much with a snake draft anyway. Yes I get a top two pick but 12 teams have two picks before I pick again.
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Post by RDuncan8 on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 10:27 pm

Drafted 8th - 7th - 8th

Balls. thumbsdown 

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Post by mikeygnfl on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 10:37 pm

Interesting stat:- The teams with the best regular season record in the past two seasons both picked Aaron Rodgers in the first round. A 23-3 record for Rodgers.


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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Thu 15 Aug 2013, 10:41 pm

He's still gotta be the 1st overall pick in my mind at least
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Post by BamBam on Sat 17 Aug 2013, 1:08 pm

Anyone know where to mock draft for 14 team leagues? NFL.com only has IDP leagues for 14 teams

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Post by RDuncan8 on Sat 17 Aug 2013, 2:21 pm

Yahoo.

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Mon 19 Aug 2013, 9:57 pm

The way injuries have been going we'll be lucky if there is anyone left to draft!!!
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Post by mikeygnfl on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 4:40 pm

Olly wrote:The way injuries have been going we'll be lucky if there is anyone left to draft!!!
There will always be Tebow!
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Post by Leedscowboys on Tue 20 Aug 2013, 6:17 pm

BamBam wrote:Anyone know where to mock draft for 14 team leagues? NFL.com only has IDP leagues for 14 teams
Fantasy Football Calculator is very good, easy to navigate and see what players have gone.
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Mon 26 Aug 2013, 10:08 am

When's the draft for this again?
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Post by CFCNick on Mon 26 Aug 2013, 10:18 am

Sunday at 8

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Tue 27 Aug 2013, 9:36 pm

Do we see Rodgers dropping to 19 in this league?!

I'd still take him 1st overall Laugh
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Post by crazy_dave23 on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 11:40 am

Just a reminder that we draft on Sunday 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.

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 9:19 pm

The East League's draft looked mental to me, I'm going a complete different direction Laugh
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Post by Number-25 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 1:03 pm

Olly wrote:The East League's draft looked mental to me, I'm going a complete different direction Laugh
Then you'd be wrong.... Wink 

Nah, seriously, I think what happened was that it went to a large extent with NFL.com's rankings at the top of the 1st round and also, like Crazy Dave said previously, there's such a huge drop off from the upper echelon of RBs to the 2nd tier ones that if you miss out on one of the top ones then you're going to have to hit it lucky to have any RBs that can score consistently well for you. Once a few went at the top of the 1st round it was panic stations... at least I know that's why I ended up taking Alfred Morris at 10. Was delighted to still find Aaron Rodgers at 19 though. Look at the QBs taken later in the draft though - Brady, Ryan and Griffin didn't go until the 4th. Romo went in the 5th - these guys will be huge contrinuters. There won't be any RBs taken that low will contribute as much as those guys.

Will be really interesting to see the West league results.

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 2:37 pm

After listening to the Rich Eisen podcast, I'm being slowly converted to Crazy_Dave's and your suggestions about RB's/QB's and it does make sense
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Post by Forward Pass on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 2:40 pm

Olly wrote:After listening to the Rich Eisen podcast, I'm being slowly converted to Crazy_Dave's and your suggestions about RB's/QB's and it does make sense
I doubt I will pick a QB in the 1st three rounds either
it's still difficult to turn down Rodgers early on though
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 2:44 pm

That's the problem FP, do you go safe with Rodgers early, or take a punt that maybe a RG3, Luck, Ryan will still be there come Rounds 5/6
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Post by Forward Pass on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 2:49 pm

Olly wrote:That's the problem FP, do you go safe with Rodgers early, or take a punt that maybe a RG3, Luck, Ryan will still be there come Rounds 5/6
That's what I have been doing
Got Ryan - Romo - RGIII in my other leagues
Did end up with Carson Palmer in 16 team league though so not all good
Just the 606 drafts to go now
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 3:09 pm

I've got what I hope are a couple of sleepers up my sleeve (STUDFELD)
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Post by mikeygnfl on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 8:48 pm

Going to have to study the East and keepers drafts now before Sunday to see where players have been getting picked.
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 11:42 am

8pm tomorrow, the only two leagues I am entered in, are drafting at the same time.

But no fear, I shall be there for both. I am no ordinary man, I can multi-task
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Post by BamBam on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 11:45 am

Yep, you're clearly female then !

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 11:48 am

Oh and I tell what else I did. Yesterday was on the draft stuff, and thought I'd enter one of those fantasy ones you do, as sort of a warm-up.

Well turns out I actually joined another league, which I'm never gonna keep up on. Whoops
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Post by CFCNick on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 4:55 pm

Can you do two drafts at once? I've got a twitter league drafting same time tomorrow.

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Post by BamBam on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 4:57 pm

Try it with a couple of mock drafts at the same time, same principle

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Post by NYJ on Sat 31 Aug 2013, 7:56 pm

Olly wrote:Oh and I tell what else I did. Yesterday was on the draft stuff, and thought I'd enter one of those fantasy ones you do, as sort of a warm-up.

Well turns out I actually joined another league, which I'm never gonna keep up on. Whoops
I did this twice last year, thinking I was joining mock drafts. I ended up winning one of the leagues and I barely paid attention to it.
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