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Judge my (auction drafted) fantasy football team . . . . . . .

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Piotr Rasputin, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. Piotr Rasputin

    Piotr Rasputin New Member

    Auction drafts can be interesting. If you like fantasy football, it's good to try one out once, to see what it's like. But they're friendly to those who know little, as all they have to do is see who gets bid on, and hop in. They can be quite fun.

    It's a $100 salary cap in a 14-team league. So basically, only about 2-3 teams end up being happy every week at RB and QB.

    Anyway, Ladanian Tomlinson went for 40 bucks, the highest-paid player. Rudi Johnson went for 34 bucks when people got RB-desperate. Peyton was highest QB at 36 bucks. Tony Gonzalez went for 8.75, while Torry Holt went for 25 bucks. Tom Brady (33 bucks) and Eli Manning (26.50) went to the same owner, who made the folly of trying to bid me up on Manning before I noticed he already had Brady.

    QB Drew Bledsoe $16.50
    QB Kurt Warner $10.00
    RB Ronnie Brown (keeper) $5.00
    RB Shaun Alexander $34.00
    RB TJ Duckett $1.50
    RB Ahman Green $4.00
    WR Marvin Harrison $22.00
    WR Ernest Wilford (damn salary cap) $0.50
    WR Samie Parker $0.25
    TE Jason Witten $2.50
    TE Jeb Putzier $0.25
    Coach (plus/minus half the score) Cleveland, $0.25
    Defense Philadelphia $3.00
    Kicker John Carney $0.25
  2. outofplace

    outofplace Well-Known Member

    They should have paid you to take Cleveland's coach under that format.
  3. TheSportsPredictor

    TheSportsPredictor Well-Known Member

    Great value!
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