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Topic: advice for scoring settings
RJ_191469
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Post Date: 08/12/13 15:28
12 team league

qb:20 yds/pt 10 pts @ 400 yds

8 for td

-2 picks



rb:7 yds per point; 10 pts @ 150 yds

rushing tds is 7 pts



receptions= 1 pt

10 receiving yds=1 pt;1pts @ 150 yds

receiving tds=6

return tds=7



any advice would be great for positions/round
 James The Mod_4852
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Post Date: 08/12/13 15:59
This looks like a RB/WR league. My advice is no different then what I have been giving to everyone else. Don't let the 8 points per td on QB's fool you. Grab 3 RB's and one top WR in the first 4 rounds.



The rb class is abysmal after the third round. In fact, I have not seen a weaker RB class in years.

Let the other guys grab Brees, or Rodgers, or Graham and Witten early, be smart and build your Rb and WR's up first.



Target either Romo, Ryan, or Luck in the 6th or 7th rounds. Wait on your TE.

Romo has the easiest schedule of any top QB.


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RJ_191469
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Post Date: 08/12/13 21:11
thanks for advice. i like the mobile qbs like kaep,rg3 or even vick with chip kelly high octane offense. its a ppr league so reggie bush,jamal charles,randall cobb will be legit i think
 Ram Mas_5910
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Post Date: 08/13/13 00:28
I don't agree James. My first 7 picks last year (in order) were Calvin Johnson, Gronkowski, Cruz, Charles, Peyton Manning, Amendola and Doug Martin and I had nearly a 200 pt lead until my team imploded after our 2nd Half redraft. Get the best WR's you can get early because you can almost always draft a late RB who will surprise the $#@* out of everyone. Get one who ends being first or second round value and you're guaranteed a Top 3 finish barring injury.
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 Ram Mas_5910
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Post Date: 08/13/13 00:45
Correction....I got Charles in a trade. My fourth pick was Fred Jackson lol.
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Post Date: 08/14/13 20:26
But Mas, what if you don't hit on that RB late in the draft?



The best way to win in fantasy is too have a powerful balance of RB's and WR's.



And of course, a lot of luck!





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Post Date: 08/15/13 06:41
With this scoring system I'm somewhere between James and Mas...James this running back isn't weak...it's abysmal.



With 8-points per TD (BTW What kind of jacked up scoring system is this?) there is no way I would pick a WR and a 3rd running back before a QB with the caveat being we don't know what the starting requirements are, and his draft position....as #5 said...need impute!
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