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BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Posted on: November 20, 2008 12:23 pm
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If your leagues are anything like mine than there is more flip flopping in the NFL this year than there is on wall street!

Dont worry my friends the money weeks are and here is a few things to look out for over the next few weeks to either save your season or insure your playoff spot...

1) If you have a big name player that has not performed  Ex- (Chad Johnson) dont be afraid to sit him for a lesser name player that has a better matchup.

2) Kickers looking the way things are that this year most weeks kickers are scoring more than ever tight end on an average so make sure you watch your matchup I like to use the waiver wire to get the best kicking matchup possible.

3) Be careful for teams that clinch playoffs spots early make sure you have the backup for that teams player that you have you might want to use the backup for example- sit (brandon Jacobs) for Ward or Bradshaw

4) Most importantly use the force lol!!! We all know that there is alot of luck so goodluck and may you win as many titles as I will!!!

 

MY CBS LEAGUES  7-4 IN MY KEEPER LEAGUE   6-5 IN MY OTHER KEEPER LEAGUE

YAHOO LEAGUES  10-1 IN ONE LEAGUE 7-4 IN THE OTHER

THE GURU IS ALWAYS IN THE MIX FOR ANY QUESION OR FEEDBACK IS WARRANTED!!

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Category: Fantasy Football
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Since: Dec 3, 2008
Posted on: December 10, 2008 12:41 am
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Agreed.  The commishes in my other 2 leagues are off I think.  I like scoring as close to the NFL and it makes it more fun also.  Points dont necessarily equate to wins.  Never in NFL so why in fantasy??

Thanks for the response.



Since: Apr 9, 2007
Posted on: December 9, 2008 7:32 pm
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Westbrook is a must start in all formats if health over 98% of the backs in the league put him in your lineup an enjoy



Since: Apr 9, 2007
Posted on: December 9, 2008 7:28 pm
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Sorry to get back to you so late i was away, but it seem to me like your system is good because if your using a division format you would want to make it as close to the NFL as possible.

 

Your playoffs format should have wins   division record  head to head then points.




Since: Nov 12, 2008
Posted on: December 6, 2008 2:42 pm
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Start Steve Slaton, he will have a better week than Brian Westbrook. Sure Westbrook had a great game last week and So did Slaton, but Slaton will do it again and get you more points that Westbrook hands down. Giants are to good to let Westbrook run on them.

Good luck.




Since: Jan 31, 2008
Posted on: December 4, 2008 8:14 am
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Start Westbook, just for the fact that you don't want to get burned, like many did last week.

Good luck! 




Since: Jan 31, 2008
Posted on: December 4, 2008 8:09 am
 

BIGGEST WEEKS OF THE FANTASY YEAR!!!

Need some RB advice... Who would you start?

S Jackson vs Ari

P Thomas vs Atl

K Faulk vs Sea

S Morris vs Sea

It is all about the playoffs!!

 

 




Since: Dec 3, 2008
Posted on: December 4, 2008 12:14 am
 

Just a rookie!

As Im searching for an answer Ive become frustrated by not being able to find it and am getting pissed off!  Im a commish for a 10 team standard scoring league.  This is the second year and it has gone well.  My issue is with playoff settings/ rules.  ive become confused like a retard!  Give me a hand will ya?

We are sending 4 teams to the playoffs. 2 from each division.

1.  Should the top 2 teams from each division play each other in week 15 and then the winner of each division meet in week 16 for the championship?  Or should the 1 seed play the 2 seed from the other division?  I think it should go just like real football and the divisions play internally and send the overall winner to the championship.  Am I wrong?

2.  Should playoffs be set by winning percentage then points?  Or is going by winning percentage & division record better since you play 8 division games in a 10 team league?

I want to make it as fair as possible. 

Any help is appreciated.



Since: Nov 19, 2008
Posted on: November 25, 2008 4:55 pm
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