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02 Jan 2013

Scramble: FO Staff Playoff Fantasy Draft

by Tom Gower and Mike Kurtz

Let's Get Ready to [cliche]

Everyone's favorite Football Outsiders Staff Playoffs Fantasy League has returned! The scoring rules are the same as every year:

  • Six points for rushing or receiving touchdown, four points for passing touchdown
  • One point for every 10 yards rushing or receiving, 20 yards passing
  • A loss of two points for a lost fumble or interception
  • Two points for a two-point conversion of any kind
  • Kickers: three points for a field goal under 40 yards, four points for one between 40 and 49 yards, and six points for kicks of 50 yards or longer. Plus, one point for every extra point
  • Defense: Two points for an interception or fumble recovery, six points for touchdown, four points for safety, one point for sack, and a loss of one point for every seven points the defense actually allows (and a bonus five points for a shutout)

Teams are comprised of one quarterback, two running backs, three wideouts, one tight end, one kicker, and one defense. There are no substitutions, so if a player is injured or his team is eliminated, then he ceases to produce points for his team. The teams, in drafting order, are as follows:

  • Your Scramble Writer Mike Kurtz
  • Your Editor Rivers McCown
  • Your Scramble Writer Tom Gower
  • Staff Fantasy Football Guru Danny Tuccitto
  • Head Honcho Aaron Schatz
  • Staff Writer Sean McCormick

This is a serpentine draft, as is the fashion of the day, with a two-pick round eight.

Round 1

1. Mike- Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay
2. Rivers- Tom Brady, QB, New England
3. Tom- Peyton Manning, QB, Denver
4. Danny- Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seattle
5. Aaron- Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota
6. Sean- Frank Gore, RB, San Francisco

Round 2

7. Sean- Stevan Ridley, RB, New England
8. Aaron- Rob Gronkowski, TE, New England
9. Danny- Demaryius Thomas, WR, Denver
10. Tom- Arian Foster, RB, Houston
11. Rivers- Eric Decker, WR, Denver
12. Mike- Ray Rice, RB, Baltimore

Round 3

13. Mike- A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati
14. Rivers- Aaron Hernandez, TE, New England
15. Tom- Andre Johnson, WR, Houston
16. Danny- Wes Welker, WR, New England
17. Aaron- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Denver
18. Sean- Roddy White, WR, Atlanta

Round 4

19. Sean- Jordy Nelson, WR, Green Bay
20. Aaron- Michael Crabtree, WR, San Francisco
21. Danny- Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle
22. Tom- Randall Cobb, WR, Green Bay
23. Rivers- Sidney Rice, WR, Seattle
24. Mike- Alfred Morris, RB, Washington

Round 5

25. Mike- Reggie Wayne, WR, Indianapolis
26. Rivers- BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, Cincinnati
27. Tom- Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta
28. Danny- James Jones, WR, Green Bay
29. Aaron- Colin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco
30. Sean- Tony Gonzalez, TE, Atlanta

Round 6

31. Sean- Matt Ryan, QB, Atlanta
32. Aaron- Brandon Lloyd, WR, New England
33. Danny- Broncos Defense
34. Tom- Michael Turner, RB, Atlanta
35. Rivers- Vick Ballard, RB, Indianapolis
36. Mike- Pierre Garcon, WR, Washington

Round 7

37. Mike- Jermaine Gresham, TE, Cincinnati
38. Rivers- Golden Tate, WR, Seattle
39. Tom- Jacob Tamme, TE, Denver
40. Danny- Stephen Gostkowski, K, New England
41. Aaron- Torrey Smith, WR, Baltimore
42. Sean- Matt Prater, K, Denver

Round 8

43. Sean- Seahawks Defense
44. Sean- Brandon Stokley, WR, Denver
45. Aaron- Patriots Defense
46. Aaron- Steven Hauschka, K, Seattle
47. Danny- Dennis Pitta, TE, Baltimore
48. Danny- DuJuan Harris, RB, Green Bay
49. Tom- Mason Crobsy, K, Green Bay
50. Tom- Packers Defense
51. Rivers- Josh Brown, K, Cincinnati
52. Rivers- 49ers Defense
53. Mike- Justin Tucker, K, Baltimore
54. Ravens Defense

As a recap, here are the rosters:

FO Playoff Fantasy Rosters
Pos. Mike Rivers Tom Danny Aaron Sean
QB Aaron Rodgers Tom Brady Peyton Manning Russell Wilson Colin Kaepernick Matt Ryan
RB Ray Rice BenJarvus Green-Ellis Arian Foster Marshawn Lynch Adrian Peterson Frank Gore
RB Alfred Morris Vick Ballard Michael Turner DuJuan Harris Knowshon Moreno Stevan Ridley
WR A.J. Green Eric Decker Andre Johnson Demaryius Thomas Michael Crabtree Roddy White
WR Reggie Wayne Sidney Rice Randall Cobb Wes Welker Brandon Lloyd Jordy Nelson
WR Pierre Garcon Golden Tate Julio Jones James Jones Torrey Smith Brandon Stokley
TE Jermaine Gresham Aaron Hernandez Jacob Tamme Dennis Pitta Rob Gronkowski Tony Gonzalez
K Justin Tucker Josh Brown Mason Crosby Stephen Gostkowski Steven Hauschka Matt Prater
D Ravens 49ers Packers Broncos Patriots Seahawks

Everyone's Team is Awful

Mike Kurtz

Mike: Picking first in these things is counterproductive since, as we have established before, the optimal strategy is to pick teams you think are going to get to the Super Bowl and run with them.

Tom: Aaron Rodgers also went first in last year's draft, oddly enough.

Mike: But with such a wide gap between early picks, that makes stocking up on players from quality teams difficult. Well, the Packers were the favorite in most of our minds to win the Super Bowl last year. They are again this year, and Green Bay has no running game to speak of. So Rodgers is a no-brainer.

Tom: I think the NFC is a big hodgepodge this year. The Packers have as good a shot as anybody, aside from the fact that they have to play an extra game, though of course that just means a possible fourth game for Rodgers. And, yes, I still wonder about the odd series of events that let me overload on Colts and Saints, the two top seeds, in 2009 and crush everybody on my way to the championship.

Mike: In the end, I put together a pretty good list of talent, so if I'm ever going to win with a balanced strategy, this, I think, would be the year. I'm not optimistic.

Tom: I don't like the Redskins to win their opening game, so I wouldn't have gone with Morris or Garcon. If they put up good numbers against a good Seahawks defense and get a second game, I think you'll have a chance. If only because, well, nobody's really overloaded on a particular team this year.

Rivers McCown

Tom: It's interesting our resident Texans fan goes with a couple Bengals in BJGE and Brown.

Mike: The wrong Bengals, in my opinion

Tom: Well, Green-Ellis drew a dishonorable mention in the year-end Quick Reads, while you'll see Ballard's name later in this column. We've seen in the past the difference between the right quarterback and the wrong one makes a ton of difference. Brady could certainly be the right one, but he'll need an upset-filled AFC playoffs and the Seahawks to put up big wide receiver fantasy numbers. I don't like either to happen. Sorry, Rivers.

Mike: Yeah. And the first-line guys he has, aside from Brady, are on teams that feel like long shots. I don't like this team at all.

(Editor's note: I think if I had this all to do over again, I probably would have picked Marshawn Lynch second. I also am not enamored with this team. In the end, I'd rather have had one of the second-tier quarterbacks that could go far and a real top-end running back. -- Rivers McCown)

Tom Gower

Mike: Why did you pick Mason Crosby? We spent the entire year talking about how awful Crosby has been.

Tom: As we discussed, the Packers have a chance to win multiple games. He's still their kicker.

Mike: Yes, multiple games in which he can miss multiple field goals.

Tom: And he's only been really, really bad from distance. With Shayne Graham, the Texans do not even attempt long field goals. Plus, check the rules. Made field goals = points. Missed field goals = no effect.

Mike: Lost opportunity.

Tom: I didn't really like any of the other kickers that much.

Mike: Anyway, you seem to have put your chips largely on Houston and Atlanta. I like the former. I dislike the latter.

Tom: I want to bet heavily on Denver, but Thomas was off the board and thought Foster was better value than Decker. I like Jones and Turner as upside plays. I'm not a huge fan of Atlanta's prospects, but if they do come through, I could benefit.

Mike: I agree, although I think that leaves you with half of a good team, which is really good enough in playoff fantasy football.

Tom: Yes, this is the sort of team that has an excellent shot of letting me finish in third place. Though unlike most "you will finish in third," teams I think the right circumstances could give me the win.

Danny Tuccitto

Mike: And here we have something approaching a Broncos/Patriots strategy. Shame they both have byes and they're in the same conference.

Tom: Plus a pair of Seahawks and Packers. Since my team feels like it finishes third, this team feels like it finishes in fourth.

Mike: I'd like this team a lot more in a PPR league.

Tom: Jones is an interesting pick. He led the league in touchdowns this year, but was the third Packer receiving selected in this draft. And neither of the players who went before him was Greg Jennings.

Mike: I think his star has fallen somewhat. The issue with all of the Packers receivers is that we're never sure exactly on whom Rodgers will hone in on. That's why I just took Rodgers!

Tom: Exactly. So, Danny says go Seahawks, I guess.

Aaron Schatz

Mike: I think Aaron benefited greatly by waiting on quarterback.

Tom: All of these picks were individually very reasonable, but I feel like this team perhaps more than any other exemplifies what a complete mishmash all the teams are this year.

Mike: Peterson is likely one and done, but he should have a great one, and if he gets more than one he's probably the most valuable player in the draft. His receivers are all top targets and (Smith aside) on promising teams. Gronkowski will be a red-zone monster, of course. To an extent I agree, but it is an awesome mishmash.

Tom: That it is. He has a number of high-upside players, and even Smith is on a team that's a clear favorite in their opening game. Plus he has a pretty favorable personnel matchup, with Vontae Davis struggling much of this season and Cassius Vaughn a pigeon. If the Wheel of Flacco is spinning right, that could be a huge game.

Sean McCormick

Tom: Two lead backs on bye teams and the quarterback and two of the top three targets from another bye team. Yes, the team whose passing combination he dominates is the Falcons, and none of us, I think it's safe to say, loves the Falcons.

Mike: It's really hard to love the Falcons, they way they have played lately.

Tom: Yes, one of those lead backs saw his carries fluctuate a lot from game to game depending on how the Patriots decided to play that week.

Mike: That said, this is probably the closest we have to a "pick the winner" team this year. So if the Falcons win the Super Bowl, Sean's team is going to be fearsome.

Tom: As we've chronicled on the site before, winning close games against mediocre teams is not a sure-fire formula for playoff success.

Mike: It just seems remote. His other talent is good, but somewhat hampered by byes.

Tom: But, yes, if we see chalk in the conference championship games this year, Sean has a good shot at winning.

Remember to assemble your own "best of what's left" teams in the comments. We'll keep track of them! Or find someone responsible to do so!


Keep Chopping Wood: To beat the Minnesota Vikings this year, the top thing on the defensive gameplan is to limit the damage Adrian Peterson does. The Green Bay Packers run defense manifestly failed at that task. When an offense scores 34 points like the Packers did, against a limited passing team, they should expect to win the game. A win which, by the way, would have secured a first-round bye. The only thing the Packers run defense succeeded at was holding Peterson short of Eric Dickerson's single-season total rushing yardage record, and as a result they play Saturday instead of getting a week off. A week in which they could not lose.

Mike Martz Award: Fine, Mike McCarthy, we could have overlooked the low-reward challenge from early in Sunday's game against the Vikings, but seriously, why did you throw the challenge flag on an unchallengeable play? But for the kindness of fate and the wisdom of Jordy Nelson, you could have cost your team. Yes, the Packers still ended up losing, but the coach tried to make it harder for them to do so. NFL coaches should not have to recite the Hippocratic Oath when it comes to the management of their own team.

Loser League Update and Second-Half Results

Quarterback: Brady Quinn became the very rare Loser League leader to play the entire game at quarterback, not turn the ball over, and have the worst Loser League score. Then again, he only had 49 yards passing for 2 points, so what would you expect?

Quarterback, Weeks 10-17: We will make this short and simple. If you did not have Mark Sanchez or Brady Quinn, you had basically no shot at winning the second half Loser League. Sanchez had 50 points, Quinn 58, and no other quarterback had fewer than 98. If you managed to pick those two passers, your highest score in the final eight weeks was 5 points.

Running Back: Bryce Brown rushed for 18 yards in the Eagles' blowout loss for 1 point. Montario Hardesty, Shane Vereen, and Mark Ingram all had between 37 and 39 yards rushing for 3 points each.

Running Back, Weeks 10-17: Have a timeshare back? Don't want to sell him for cash? Keep him for your Loser League team! Jonathan Dwyer was your clear second-half winner, putting up only 41 points. Lagging behind him with a still-respectable 67 points were Bernard Pierce and Vick Ballard. Yes, the Ravens fired offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.

Wide Receiver: Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Roberts, Josh Gordon, Doug Baldwin, and Andre Hawkins all had 1 point, though Gordon was the only one who used a fumble to get there.

Wide Receiver, Weeks 10-17: Remember when Brian Hartline was leading the league in receiving yards? It happened in 2012, really! That was before he was your second half Loser League leader, obviously. Harry Douglas finished in second, seven points behind him, followed by Dexter McCluster and T.J. Graham, then a cast of others.

Kicker: Alex Henery is your second Eagles player on the Loser League leaderboard this week, making an extra point and missing a field goal for -1 points.

Kicker, Weeks 10-17: Former rookie sensation Greg Zuerlein had a terribly unproductive second half of the season and finished with no more than five points in a given week, finishing several points clear of Nick Folk, who finished several points clear of Ryan Succop.

Hail to the Chief

Congratulations to Jake of Warsaw, Indiana, and The Phil Simms All-Stars! While not the greatest name, it is definitely the greatest team:

  • Blaine Gabbert
  • Mark Sanchez
  • Beanie Wells
  • Mark Ingram
  • Shonn Greene
  • Michael Floyd
  • Greg Little
  • Jerome Simpson
  • Mike Nugent
  • Nick Folk

Jake will take home a fabulous new edition of KUBIAK for the 2013 season.

Congratulations also to Sam from New Orleans, Lousiana for placing second in the second half en route to claiming the overall Loser League championship! He'll win a copy of FOA 2013 and his own copy of KUBIAK for 2013.

Posted by: Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower on 02 Jan 2013

38 comments, Last at 26 Apr 2013, 11:51am by Tamatha Heaps


by clark :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 2:42pm

QB - Matt Schaub
RB - Alex Green
RB - Kendall Hunter
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - T Y Hilton
WR - Randy Moss
TE - Owen Daniels
K - Shayne Graham
D - Texans

Looking for a deep run from the Texans. Nothing good left at RB or WR.

by Karl Cuba :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:04pm

Hunter's on IR, perhaps LaMichael James?

by Jon Goldman (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 2:44pm

Well, um.

Here's a "best of the rest." I guess.

QB: Matt Schaub
RB: Danny Woodhead
RB: Justin Forsett
WR: Greg Jennings
WR: Kevin Walter
WR: Jacoby Jones
TE: Owen Daniels
K: Shayne Graham
D: Texans

Very much Texan-centered.

by lincoln13 :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 2:45pm

Best of the Rest
QB - Andrew Luck
RB - Michael Robinson
RB - Danny Woodhead
WR - TY Hilton
WR - Doug Baldwin
WR - Andrew Hawkins
TE - Anthony McCoy
K - Adam Viantieri
D - Houston

by Ryan D. :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:08pm

QB - Matt Schaub
RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Jacquizz Rodgers
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - TY Hilton
WR - Santana Moss
TE - Owen Daniels
K - Matt Bryant
D - Texans

by jeff l (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:30pm

RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Jacquizz Rogers
WR - Santana Moss
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - T.Y. Hilton
TE - Jermichael Finley
K - Kai Forbath
D - Cincinnati

by BlueStarDude :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:35pm

QB - Andy Dalton
RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Ronnie Hillman
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - Marvin Jones
WR - Doug Baldwin
TE - Jermichael Finley
K - Matt Bryant
D - Bengals

by Ian M (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:37pm

Reasonably sure that Brady still plays for New England (says Green Bay up there, though)

by steveNC (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:55pm

This is taking the avoidance of perceived pro-Patriots bias to a new level.

by bledderag :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:37pm

RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Jacob Hester
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - Anquan Boldin
WR - T.Y. Hilton
TE - Jermichael Finley
K - Matt Bryant
D - Houston

by Björn :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 3:54pm


QB: Christian Ponder
RB: Danny Woodhead
RB: Bernard Pierce
WR: Anquan Boldin
WR: Kevin Walter
WR: Jarius Wright
TE: Kyle Rudolph
K: Blair Walsh
D: Vikings

Come on, someone had to do it.

by andrew :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 6:44pm

Damn beat me to it... (fixed formatting)

Qb - Christian Ponder
RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - LaMichael James
WR - Randy Moss
WR - Jarius Wright
WR - Torrey Smith
TE - Kyle Rudolph
K - Blair Walsh
DST - Vikings

"I was corrupt before I had power!" - Random

by jimm (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:01pm

"To beat the Minnesota Vikings this year, the top thing on the defensive gameplan is to limit the damage Adrian Peterson does."

The key was making Ponder awful instead of mediocre. The Vikings lost games to GB, Sea, TB, and Chic in which Peterson ran 71 times for 623 yards. But Ponder was horrendous in those games.

They won the two games that Peterson was held under 4 yds a carry (Hous, SF).

by superbears :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:09pm

Best of the rest:

RB: Danny Woodhead
RB: Jacob Hester
WR: TY Hilton
WR: Jarius Wright
WR: Santana Moss
TE: Delanie Walker
K: Kai Forbath
D: Redskins

by puffbronfman :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:20pm

QB - Joe Flacco
RB - Alex Green
RB - Shane Vereen
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - Anquan Boldin
WR - Doug Baldwin
TE - Jermichael Finley
K - Kai Forbath
D - Bengals

by Eddo :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:25pm

I'll try a best-of-the-rest:

QB: Andy Dalton, CIN
RB: Danny Woodhead, NE
RB: Bernard Pierce, BAL
WR: Greg Jennings, GB
WR: T.Y. Hilton, IND
WR: Anquan Boldin, BAL
TE: Vernon Davis, SF
K: Matt Bryant, ATL
DEF: Bengals

by Levy (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 5:14pm

QB Matt Schaub
RB Danny Woodhead
RB Alex Green
WR Anquan Boldin
WR Doug Baldwin
WR Greg Jennings
TE Anthony McCoy
K Shayne Graham
D Texans

by RickD :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 5:14pm

the not-the-rolling stones

QB: Griffin, WAS
RB: Woodhead, NE
RB: Ballard, IND
WR: Jennings, GB
WR: Moss, WAS
WR: Moss, SF
TE: Davis, SF
K: Akers, SF
D: Texans

by Rhombus (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 5:38pm

Vikings for the win, I guess?

QB - Andy Dalton, CIN
RB - LaMichael James, SF
RB - Danny Woodhead, NE
WR - Anquan Boldin, BAL
WR - Michael Jenkins, MIN
TE - Kyle Rudolph, MIN
K - Matt Bryant, ATL
DST - Vikings

by Tamatha Heaps (not verified) :: Fri, 04/26/2013 - 11:51am

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by DEW (not verified) :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 5:42pm

...Okay, I have to say it. How about the Green Bay Packers' *pass* defense for KCW? Because it is one thing to get gashed by Adrian Peterson. It is another thing to get gashed by Adrian Peterson while simultaneously allowing Christian Ponder, of all people, to put up a game that's sixth in the league by DYAR. At least with the run defense, well, nobody was expecting them to slow up AP.

...Actually, that whole side of things was one big ball of fail and it should probably be left at that.

by turbohappy :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 7:53pm

I'll just go homer.

QB: Andrew Luck
RB: Robert Turbin
RB: Delone Carter
WR: TY Hilton
WR: Donnie Avery
WR: Santana Moss
TE: Dwayne Allen
K: Adam Vinatieri
D: Colts

by Zac :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 7:59pm

I'm just going to go with the top guys in the rankings I have for the other playoff league I'm doing. It doesn't have the same scoring, but I don't care enough to change that. I also have no strategy of matching players from teams so I'm sure I'll end up in the middle of the road.

QB Joe Flacco, BAL
RB Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL
RB Danny Woodhead, NE
WR Michael Crabtree, SF
WR Greg Jennings, GB
WR Anquan Boldin, BAL
TE Owen Daniels, HOU
K Shayne Graham, CIN

by Zac :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 8:00pm

D Texans, HOU

by justanothersteve :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 8:19pm

QB - Flacco, Balt
RB - Woodhead, NE
RB - Green, GB
WR - Jennings, GB
WR - Boldin, Balt
WR - Moss, Wash
TE - Finley, GB
K - Forbath, Wash
D - Redskins

by jebmak :: Wed, 01/02/2013 - 10:47pm

Jake from Warsaw, IN! I grew up just outside of Warsaw. For some reason, I think that this is cool.

by mjb :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 1:04am

My Best of the Rest Team:

QB: Joe Flacco, Bal.
RB: Jacquizz Rodgers, Atl.
RB: Bernard Pierce, Bal.
WR: Anquan Boldin, Bal.
WR: Jacoby Jones, Bal.
WR: Greg Jennings, G.B.
TE: Vernon Davis, S.F.
K: Matt Bryant, Atl.
D: Falcons, Atl.

Here's hoping the Ravens make the Superbowl this year! (and that I didn't just jinx them to lose in the Wildcard Round)

by Jerry :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 2:38am

The Loser League page is coming up empty. Are final standings available?

by buzzorhowl (not verified) :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 3:47am

Here's my best of the rest team:

RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Jacquizz Rodgers
WR - Anquan Boldin
WR - Jarius Wright
WR - T.Y. Hilton
TE - Delanie Walker
K - Blair Walsh
D - Texans

by Second guessing (not verified) :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 10:56am

Why didn't Sean wait until his last pick to take a QB? Everyone else already had their roster spots filled, so why not get the other spots filled first?

by Sean McCormick :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 12:50pm

I could have, but it would have been a fairly marginal difference. I'm happy with my kicker/defense picks, and honestly, I wanted at least one receiver from Denver, so I'm alright with Stokely.

by Sid :: Thu, 01/03/2013 - 4:27pm

QB: Joe Flacco
RB: Bernard Pierce
RB: Danny Woodhead
WR: Greg Jennings
WR: Anquan Boldin
WR: Torrey Smith
TE: Jermichael Finley
K: Justin Tucker
D: Houston Texans

by jedmarshall :: Fri, 01/04/2013 - 9:52am

QB - Andrew Luck IND
RB - Jacquizz Rogers ATL
RB - Danny Woodhead NE
WR - Greg Jennings GB
WR - TY Hilton IND
WR - Randy Moss SF
TE - Owen Daniels HOU
K - Matt Bryant ATL
DEF - Texans

by JCRodriguez (not verified) :: Fri, 01/04/2013 - 4:34pm

QB - Matt SChaub
RB - Danny Woodhead
RB - Alex Green
WR - Greg Jennings
WR - T.Y. Hilton
WR - Doug Baldwin
TE - Owen Daniels
K - David Akers
D - Houston

by Jere :: Sat, 01/05/2013 - 12:39am

QB Joe Flacco
RB Bernard Pierce
RB Jacquizz Rodgers
WR Greg Jennings
WR Deion Branch
WR Anquan Boldin
TE Vernon Davis
K Matt Bryant
D Falcons


by Abu Dhabi Dabblers (not verified) :: Sat, 01/05/2013 - 12:53am

QB Joe Flacco
RB Danny Woodhead
RB Ryan Grant
WR Greg Jennings
WR TY Hilton
WR Randy Moss
TE Jermichael Finley
K Bryant

by dash :: Sat, 01/05/2013 - 3:27pm

QB: Schaub, HOU
RB: Ball, DEN
RB: James, SF
WR: Moss, SF
WR: Jones, HOU
WR: Boldin, BAL
TE: Davis, SF
K: Akers, SF
DEF: Texans

by Sid :: Sun, 01/06/2013 - 3:56pm

the issue every year with the best of the rest is at RB, due to the paucity of usable fantasy RBs.

The other positions aren't bad though. You can make a decent team at QB/WR/TE/K/DEF