2007: Creme De La Creme (league champion)
QB: Tom Brady: 50 TDs, 8 INTs, 4,806 YDs <---> RB: Cadillac Williams: 208 YDs, 3 TDs <---> RB: Ahman Green: 260 YDs, 2 TDs <---> WR:Chad OchoCinco: 1440 YDs, 8 TDs <---> WR:Randy Moss: 1493 YDs, 23 TDs <---> WR: Wes Welker: 1175 YDs, 8 TDs <---> TE:Heath Miller: 566 YDs, 7 TDs <---> D/ST: Buccaneers: YPG: 2nd, Sacks: 5th, PPG: 3rd <---> K:Stephen Gostkowski: 21 FGs, 74 EXPs
- So, as you can see, this team was built around the pass. It also includes my starting QBs main weapon. Keep that in mind as we go along. You may also notice that neither of my running backs finished the year. Keep that in mind as well.
- Alicia Sacramone (league runner up)
- Ok, so on to this team. What you'll notice is a solid QB, a great WR core, the kicker of my QB again, and running backs that got hurt during the year.
- Now onto both teams. Both have a top 5 fantasy QB with that guys number 1 option. Brady/Moss, Romo/TO. You'll also see that both teams have superstar WRs as the 2/3 guys too. Welker/OchoCinco, Boldin/Smith. Neither team has a super running back. Why is that? BECAUSE RUNNING BACKS TAKEN LATER IN THE FIRST ROUND ARENT WORTH IT.
- Running backs that you'll take in say the 4-5 round will be just as productive. Maybe not exactly there, but it'll be close enough to the point where it's really not worth taking 3 rounds early. Throw in the fact that you can seriously build up your receiving core/QB in the earlier rounds.
- And even if you do screw up your running backs like I do, there's always a RB that gets hurt. STAY HOOKED on the waiver wire. Every year theres a Earnest Graham, BenJarvis Green-Ellis, Michael Turner. Just follow the waiver wire for your running backs and you'll be fine.
- Super Star QB
- His number 1 option
- Another super WR
- Another WR or his number 2 option
- Running back
- Running back
- Tight end
- 4th WR
- 3rd RB
- your QB's backup
If you have any questions. E-Mail me at Dantheman17397@yahoo.com