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05 Sep 2011, 1:01 pm
I'm putting my money on the Tars (and Yahoo seems to agree). I would give the second nod to the Eastside Bulldogs.
What do you think?
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06 Sep 2011, 1:10 pm
I thought I did ok, but judging by the projected points for the first round, maybe I'm no longer so sure.
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17 Oct 2011, 1:03 pm
In retrospect, I have to think I did. Mike Wallace, Fred Jackson, Dez Bryant and BenJarvis Green-Ellis.
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01 Nov 2011, 11:21 am
Uhtar picked my team, so I get neither credit nor blame.
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02 Nov 2011, 6:08 am
I did terribly, and that's not just about me coming off a 25-point weekend.
My top draft picks were Knowshon Moreno, Jacoby Ford, and Robert Meacham. I also took TE Kellen Winslow, Julio Jones, Mike Sims-Walker, and some low end RB and WR Greg Little.
Mostly I had a lot of early picks already lost to kept players, thus the lack of expected greatness on that list. But I thought they would do okay enough to complement the big numbers put up by Philip Rivers and Michael Turner. Turner has been okay, but Rivers is a disaster. I got zero from him this past week. Against the Chiefs. What the hell?!?!
I've since dropped Ford, Winslow, Sims-Walker, Little, and that RB. Moreno and Meacham are bye-week material. And I think I'm benching Rivers for my backup, Josh Freeman.
I was hopeful, yet not super-stoked about my picks shortly after the draft, and I think my trepidation has been justified. But I still enjoy it.
Guess I'll have to maybe write some of these guys a letter and tell them they need to step it up. The ones still on my team, anyways.