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  1. #106
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    Thundering Workhorse Power



    I liked my draft, especially if A.J. Green returns soon.

    QB Big Ben
    RB Alvin Kamara, Kerryon Johnson, Mark Ingram
    WR Adam Thielen, A.J. Green [Will Fuller]
    TE O.J. Howard
    D/ST Chiefs
    K Jason Myers / Seahawks

    Bench: Josh Allen, Matt Breida, Will Fuller [A.J Green], Michael Gallup, Sterling Shepard, T.J. Hockenson.

    Draft Recap gave me a B grade, 8-5 record, projected finish: 4.

    Thundering Workhorse Power finished with a solid, if unspectacular, draft performance, taking the third overall draft slot and delivering a team that is capable of reaching the postseason. They ended up with the best pair of running backs in the league.

    .If other NFL.com users are right, A.J. Green was a steal in the 7th round (75th overall pick versus an ADP of 62.0).

    .In the 8th round, caution was thrown to the wind, as Matt Breida was selected at pick number 94 versus an ADP of 140.2 across all NFL.com leagues.

    .Thundering Workhorse Power had a strong finish, accumulating the most projected points in the league over the second half of the draft.
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    HIGH EXPECTATIONS LOCKED IN, GOING LONG STOCKS UP ON RUNNING BACKS
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    Proj Finish
    3
    DRAFT SUMMARY
    Going Long should officially be on the Official BCMB Div 1 radar after taking the sixth overall draft slot and delivering a team with playoff potential. They secured one of the most prolific foursomes of running backs in the league.

    According to ADP, it was a bit of a reach selecting Dede Westbrook in the 7th round (78th overall pick versus an ADP of 123.4 across all NFL.com leagues).
    Going Long may know something no one else does, grabbing Tony Pollard, who is on a squad in less than 10% of all NFL.com leagues (8%).
    Christian McCaffrey can hurt opponents with his hands as well as his feet. He ranks first among RBs in projected receiving yards with 844.
    KEEPER VALUE
    Going Long used their only keeper spot to hold on to Christian McCaffrey (3.8 ADP). From an ADP perspective, he is as valuable as a draft pick in the top half of the first round.




    I am liking my draft as well:

    QB: Rivers
    RB: McCaffrey/Bonnafon, Josh jacobs/Jalen Richard, A. Jones, R. Freeman, K. Hunt, Pollard
    WR: T. Hill, Jeffery, D. Westbrook, Moncrief
    TE: Henry
    K: Badgley
    D: Browns


    I am all in on Hunter henry this season and I have in every league I play in. Dede Westbrook I am betting as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    Thundering Workhorse Power



    I liked my draft, especially if A.J. Green returns soon.

    QB Big Ben
    RB Alvin Kamara, Kerryon Johnson, Mark Ingram
    WR Adam Thielen, A.J. Green [Will Fuller]
    TE O.J. Howard
    D/ST Chiefs
    K Jason Myers / Seahawks

    Bench: Josh Allen, Matt Breida, Will Fuller [A.J Green], Michael Gallup, Sterling Shepard, T.J. Hockenson.

    Draft Recap gave me a B grade, 8-5 record, projected finish: 4.
    looks good. Ben is such an under rated fantasy QB. I can never understand why he consistently goes so late. H e is always around 20 points and I believe he was top 3 QB last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    looks good. Ben is such an under rated fantasy QB. I can never understand why he consistently goes so late. H e is always around 20 points and I believe he was top 3 QB last year.
    Maybe it's the loss of Antonio Brown, but QB has become a deep position in FF. Matt Ryan was the #2 QB in FF last season ahead of Big Ben and I got him in the 8th round in the other league.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    Maybe it's the loss of Antonio Brown, but QB has become a deep position in FF. Matt Ryan was the #2 QB in FF last season ahead of Big Ben and I got him in the 8th round in the other league.
    may be. I took Ben in round 12

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    Man, I made some wrong choices this week. 55+ on the bench and the games aren't over. You're welcome Miller High Life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    Maybe it's the loss of Antonio Brown, but QB has become a deep position in FF. Matt Ryan was the #2 QB in FF last season ahead of Big Ben and I got him in the 8th round in the other league.
    He wasn't even drafted in 2 of my leagues. Same for Stafford.

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    @Peanut I was wondering how the standings tie breaker works? My standing in the league is #2 even though I have the same record as #1 and more points in the Points For column. I would think that would make me #1? I am lucky it doesn't affect me because I still get the bye but if I got knocked from #2 to #3, I would be very concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haciendadad View Post
    @Peanut I was wondering how the standings tie breaker works? My standing in the league is #2 even though I have the same record as #1 and more points in the Points For column. I would think that would make me #1? I am lucky it doesn't affect me because I still get the bye but if I got knocked from #2 to #3, I would be very concerned.
    The current rule for the standings tiebreaker is 'Head to Head Record' and your team lost to broncos SB2010 back in week 7.

    It's a topic that we can discuss before next season and maybe change it to 'Points For'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haciendadad View Post
    @Peanut I was wondering how the standings tie breaker works? My standing in the league is #2 even though I have the same record as #1 and more points in the Points For column. I would think that would make me #1? I am lucky it doesn't affect me because I still get the bye but if I got knocked from #2 to #3, I would be very concerned.
    That's a question for the commish. I know nothing!

    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    The current rule for the standings tiebreaker is 'Head to Head Record' and your team lost to broncos SB2010 back in week 7.

    It's a topic that we can discuss before next season and maybe change it to 'Points For'.
    Thanks, Rod.


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    Thanks @Peanut and @-Rod-!

    That makes sense now. My vote would be "Points For" because it shows that you were stronger than your opponent in the same set of games, rather the one, but I if we are doing it like the NFL does it, I can see that point too. No money is involved here, so I not going to be too opinionated. Something to consider for next year though.




    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    The current rule for the standings tiebreaker is 'Head to Head Record' and your team lost to broncos SB2010 back in week 7.

    It's a topic that we can discuss before next season and maybe change it to 'Points For'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haciendadad View Post
    Thanks @Peanut and @-Rod-!

    That makes sense now. My vote would be "Points For" because it shows that you were stronger than your opponent in the same set of games, rather the one, but I if we are doing it like the NFL does it, I can see that point too. No money is involved here, so I not going to be too opinionated. Something to consider for next year though.
    I agree too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    The current rule for the standings tiebreaker is 'Head to Head Record' and your team lost to broncos SB2010 back in week 7.

    It's a topic that we can discuss before next season and maybe change it to 'Points For'.
    I think there is more to it than just the 1 on 1 matchups. I think "head to head" actually compares how each team did against common opponents and ranks them by that record.


    I don't care either way, Points Fors just makes it easier to see where you rank with tie breakers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    I think there is more to it than just the 1 on 1 matchups. I think "head to head" actually compares how each team did against common opponents and ranks them by that record.


    I don't care either way, Points Fors just makes it easier to see where you rank with tie breakers.
    Not even the 'learn more' section of the league settings explains exactly how it works, so I don't know. They only say that Head-to-Head is the default setting.

    https://fantasy.nfl.com/registration/learnMore?

    Standings Tiebreaker
    Determine how ties in your league standings will be broken. (NFL.com Default is Head-to-Head Record)
    I think that changing to Points For next season makes some sense and people would approve that. However, the Head-To-Head tiebreaker is not so bad IMO because you beat him and the difference between you two is 41.5 points which could also have been decided by 1 week of scoring if you had a bad week and his team scored 120+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Rod- View Post
    Not even the 'learn more' section of the league settings explains exactly how it works, so I don't know. They only say that Head-to-Head is the default setting.

    https://fantasy.nfl.com/registration/learnMore?



    I think that changing to Points For next season makes some sense and people would approve that. However, the Head-To-Head tiebreaker is not so bad IMO because you beat him and the difference between you two is 41.5 points which could also have been decided by 1 week of scoring if you had a bad week and his team scored 120+.
    that's exactly what happened .
    Last week I scored 56 and he scored 114

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