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BigBlueCrew22
08-30-2012, 03:55 AM
1.Brandon Lloyd
2.Peyton Hillis
3.Doug Baldwin
4.Donald Brown
5.Issac Redman
6.David Wilson
7.Brandan Lafell
8.Ashlon Jeffery
9.Martellus Bennet
10.Antonio Brown (kind of underrated, first full season without Ward their, prob number 1 with Roethlisberger)

Flip Empty
08-30-2012, 04:37 AM
Your opinion?

I grabbed Lloyd hoping that Josh McDaniels can get him going again. The Pats' offense hasn't looked too good, but it's only pre-season.

Wilson was another target of mine. I've real high hopes for him.

titwio
08-30-2012, 04:43 AM
I think Eric Decker is going to have a huge year...that's my sleeper.

gmen0820
08-30-2012, 04:55 AM
Disagree with a couple of those. Doug Martin primed for a huge year. Shonn Greene isn't the flashiest back, but he's healthy, and he's the starter on a Jets offense, led by Sparano. That could mean a 300 carry season which could lead to some great numbers for a late round pick. He could be an excellent flex option. As far as QBs go, Matt Ryan can be had late and he has looked excellent in preseason, and he has a lot of toys to play with in what appears to be a much more aggressive offense than Mularkey was running. Rashad Jennings is a nice bench player with MJD's uncertainty.

titwio
08-30-2012, 05:00 AM
Rashad Jennings is a nice bench player with MJD's uncertainty.

Yep I'm in a couple of leagues and I've been snatching him up off the waiver wire. He's looked good this preseason too.

gmen0820
06-17-2013, 02:08 AM
Disagree with a couple of those. Doug Martin primed for a huge year. Shonn Greene isn't the flashiest back, but he's healthy, and he's the starter on a Jets offense, led by Sparano. That could mean a 300 carry season which could lead to some great numbers for a late round pick. He could be an excellent flex option. As far as QBs go, Matt Ryan can be had late and he has looked excellent in preseason, and he has a lot of toys to play with in what appears to be a much more aggressive offense than Mularkey was running. Rashad Jennings is a nice bench player with MJD's uncertainty.That's advice right there.

Flip Empty
06-17-2013, 02:25 AM
I'm glad I nabbed Martin in my keeper league. Got him cheap because everyone was more interested in Trent Richardson.

Pretty much everyone on the OP's list was a stinker, hah.

titwio
06-17-2013, 02:36 AM
That's advice right there.

I was spot on with the Decker prediction. Not so much with Jennings though.

SimmsForPrez
06-18-2013, 01:35 PM
I never take a QB early in my 8-team league. It's just too deep of a position. I went WR-TE-WR (Megatron, Graham, R. White) with my 1st 3 rounds and then snagged Matt Ryan in the 4th. I waited on RB until the 5th when I got Ahmad Bradshaw. He didn't pan out that well, but I got Doug Martin in the 7th and Trent Richardson in the 9th. Safe to say I won't be able to do that this season.

gmen0820
06-18-2013, 01:45 PM
I never take a QB early in my 8-team league. It's just too deep of a position. I went WR-TE-WR (Megatron, Graham, R. White) with my 1st 3 rounds and then snagged Matt Ryan in the 4th. I waited on RB until the 5th when I got Ahmad Bradshaw. He didn't pan out that well, but I got Doug Martin in the 7th and Trent Richardson in the 9th. Safe to say I won't be able to do that this season.Do you play with 7 females? Haha, just kidding. I had a similar team in my Yahoo! 8-teamer last year.

I was not a fan of an 8 team league. The guy with Decker/Charles/Foster/Peyton/V.Davis etc. missed the playoffs. Way too talent dense.

Flip Empty
06-18-2013, 01:56 PM
Yeah, 12-teamers have a good balance, I think. Plenty of studs to go around, but also plenty of potential sleepers/duds.

gmen0820
06-18-2013, 02:00 PM
Yeah, 12-teamers have a good balance, I think. Plenty of studs to go around, but also plenty of potential sleepers/duds.Yeah, savvy management is what makes the difference in the 12 team leagues.