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savory not sweet

Member Since 18 Jul 2008
Offline Last Active Sep 30 2008 02:40 PM
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In Topic: Sleeper Defenses The Rest Of The Way...

30 September 2008 - 02:02 PM

Teams in my league must carry at least two DSTs.  I've got the Titans for week-to-week.  My other choice is the Colts.  I'm considering dropping the Colts and picking up the Skins.  My main interest is Week #6 for the Titans bye........Colts host the Ravens that week and the Skins host the Rams.  

All things considered, Washington is the better D.....but are they the better (potential) defensive choice over the Colts in week #6?

In Topic: Titans D

19 September 2008 - 07:56 AM

I'm in almost the same boat, debating between DSTs for TEN and IND this weekend.  I tend to think TEN is a no-brainer decision, but IND does have a good secondary despite their issues at LT.

In Topic: Brandon Marshall

27 August 2008 - 02:50 PM

I got him as the first pick of the 6th round in my 12 team league and in round 5 (65th pick) of my 14 team league.

In Topic: Would you take Tom Brady at 1.1, why or why not?

21 July 2008 - 02:49 PM

Depends on the scoring structure.

Most leagues...hell no.

My league..hell yes. (yards and tds worth the same for any position QB/RB/WR/TE).


big D, please share the thinking behind your emphatic "hell yes".  My league counts yds and tds as the same for any position as well.  

I'm particularly interested because my league changed to a keeper format (one player) starting this year.  There's a team that has LT and Brady and he won't be able to keep both.  I have the first draft pick.  Word on the streets this weekend was that that team is going to keep Brady and dump LT.  I'm thinking that his mindset is close to yours -- and maybe mine since I've been inexplicably bummed about missing out on Brady since I heard the keeper scuttlebutt --- so I'm curious to hear what your reasoning is regarding the scoring set up of a league and potential dividends Brady offers.