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Football Almost here
#11
Do people have any interest in an Alamaze FF league?
-This Khal Drogo, it's said he has a hundred thousand men in his horde
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#12
Are you making a challenge of a "Alamaze fantasy football" Rick ?

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#13
I would be down with that. Winner gets one free alamaze game?
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#14
Since the talk shifted to Fantasy Football I'll take that angel. It depends on the scoring system but in PPR leagues, for fantasy purposes, you have to go with Pittsburgh. Sorry Dallas fans but Antonio Brown gives Dez a run for his money as top WR. This year LeVeon Bell is top 3 RB, in PPR likely number 1, and big Ben is a top 5 QB. Romo may not be number 10 but I dont think he tops Big Ben.

I'll take a piece of the Fantasy League if its started
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#15
Most people do not play individual defenders, but this really makes for some interesting teams.  It does take some scoring tweaking, but come the 3rd round, top tacklers/sack leaders like J.J. Watts is a real consideration.  
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#16
(08-03-2015, 10:35 PM)gkmetty Wrote: Since the talk shifted to Fantasy Football I'll take that angel. It depends on the scoring system but in PPR leagues, for fantasy purposes, you have to go with Pittsburgh.   Sorry Dallas fans but Antonio Brown gives Dez a run for his money as top WR.  This year LeVeon Bell is top 3 RB, in PPR likely number 1, and big Ben is a top 5 QB.  Romo may not be number 10 but I dont think he tops Big Ben.

 I'll take a piece of the Fantasy League if its started

What part of Pittsburgh PA, are you from, young gkmetty?
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#17
I'm actually from Chicago and I wish I was still young. I'm a Fantasy Football Fan but if I had to pick a team to root for it would be the Bears. I just hope coach Fox can get us back to a Playoff contender this year.

I love Romo and I had Murray on many of my teams for his beast of a year last year. I also hate the Pittsburgh team in real life. I just think their top 3 talents are tough to beat in fantasy this year.
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#18
I'm game, if someone wants to do a CBS sportsline game and be GM.  I think its $120.   So $10 or $12 a piece.

If you live in Dallas for 20 years, its hard to like anything Steelers.  But I hear you. 
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#19
I set up the following league on Yahoo. First come, First served for 12 teams.

All settings can be adjusted based on majority decision. I tried to pick the most popular settings.
I am not setting an entry fee as I am not interested in collecting money but if another participant wanted to take on that endeavor I would not object to a prize fee of $25 or so.

Elves and Dragons League

https://yho.com/nfl?l=493586&k=beff692fd...9d0f747e61

Head to Head

12 teams – 2 divisions, Top 6 teams make the playoffs with division winners placed as the top playoff seeds

** Scoring **
Passing TD = 4 pts
25 passing yards = 1 point
Interception = -1 pont
Rushing, receiving, return TD = 6 points
10 Rushing, receiving yards = 1 point
Reception = 1 point
Fumble = -2
2 point conversion = 2 point
FG = 3 point, 40+ yards = 4 point, 50+ yards = 5 point
Defense standard scoring with bonus for points allowed
Block kick = 2 points

Roster = QB, RB, WR, 2X Flex, TE, K, D
Flex = RB/WR

On-line Draft = Saturday Aug 29 @ 8 am central

Trade deadline set to the latest possible

Trade approval based on commissioner approval. I tend to approve everything unless there is very obvious collusion. ( a first round pick for a player out for the year would be denied)
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#20
I joined.

Couple of questions:

How will we do Free Agents? FAAB or rotating?
I've never played with 2 Flex, usually with one Flex. If two Flex do we want to make Flex - RB/WR/TE instead of just RB/WR

Let's get it on.

Drogo's Den
-This Khal Drogo, it's said he has a hundred thousand men in his horde
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