Playoff Fantasy Football

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    QB: McNabb
    WR: H. Ward, F. Mitchell
    RB: J. Bettis, B. Westbrook
    TE: L. Smith
    K: J. Reed
    Def: Eagles

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    QB: Manning
    WR: Harrison, Ward
    RB: THE BUS, Edge
    TE: Crumpler
    K: Mike "Drunken Moron" Vandejagt
    Def: Pitt

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    No one picked culpepper?? come on, he's UCF alumni
    Hmm

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    That wouldn't be a bad choice, but with the way Manning played yesterday, I can't not pick him, sorry. Especially since the Pats don't have Ty Law.

    I don't know if Minn would have won yesterday had Favre not thrown all those picks. And what the hell was his move before halftime? Pass the ball forward when you're 4-5 yards past the line? Huh? He could have gotten close to the first down, or maybe even scored.

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    Here's my Pittsburgh/Atlanta team:

    QB: Vick
    WR: Burress, Ward
    RB: Bettis, Dunn
    TE: Crumpler
    K: Reed
    Def: Pittsburgh

    I can't get myself to pick anyone from the Pats or the Colts. I can see the game going either way. I can see the winner of this thing being rewarded greatly with their risky pick. Gotta hope the Steelers can take them down though to limit the scoring.
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    As much as I joke RoD, I don't see the Vikings beating the Eagles, thus no Culpepper. Atlanta beating them in the finals on the other hand...

    >>And what the hell was his move before halftime? Pass the ball forward when you're 4-5 yards past the line? Huh? He could have gotten close to the first down, or maybe even scored.<<

    LOL, that was the funniest move I've seen since Plummers left handed heave-ho back in the beginning of the season!

    For those still looking to make picks, this will make it easier:

    Playoff Matchups:

    AFC
    New York Jets at Pittsburgh Steelers
    Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots

    NFC
    St Louis Rams at Atlanta Falcons
    Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles

    Player Pool to choose from although feel free to pick somone not on this list:

    QB's
    Pennington(NYJ), Roethlisburger(PIT), Manning(IND), Brady(NE), Bulger(STL), Vick(ATL), Culpepper(MIN), McNabb(PHI)

    WR's
    S Moss(NYJ), McCareins(NYJ), Ward(PIT), Burress(PIT), Randel El(PIT), Harrison(IND), Wayne(IND), Stokely(IND), Branch(NE), Givens(NE), Patten(NE), Holt(STL), Bruce(STL), Price(ATL), R Moss(MIN), Burleson(MIN), Robinson(MIN), Pinkston(PHI), Owens(PHI)

    RB's
    Martin(NYJ), Bettis(PIT), Staley(PIT), James(IND), Dillon(NE), Faulk(STL), Jackson(STL), Dunn(ATL), Smith(MIN), Westbrook(PHI)

    TE's
    Baker(NYJ), Tuman(PIT), Clark(IND), Pollard(IND), Graham(NE), Manumaleuna(STL), Crumpler(ATL), Wiggens(MIN), Smith(PHI)

    K's
    Brien(NYJ), Reed(PIT), Vanderjadt(IND), Vinatieri(NE), Wilkens(STL), Feely(ATL), Andersen(MIN), Akers(PHI)

    DEF's
    Jets, Steelers, Colts, Patriots, Rams, Falcons, Vikings, Eagles
    Last edited by PJYelton; 01-10-2005 at 09:05 PM.

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    it looks like if the steelers die first round alot of your teams will be screwed This is sad that I'm cheering against a team because of fantasy football =/

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    Only two more days for all of you to join this craze thats sweeping the nation!

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    Yay, I think my team scored 106 points this week. That Steelers game was a close call though.

    QB: Vick (20)
    WR: Burress, Ward (2, 16)
    RB: Bettis, Dunn (18, 26)
    TE: Crumpler (8)
    K: Reed (8)
    Def: Pittsburgh (8)

    Oh yea, do QB's get points for reception yards? If they do I think I'll got 107 points
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    Haven't checked stats yet, but yeah if Vick got 10 yards receiving he'd get a point.

    Holy crap the Steelers were lucky though, its hard to imagine they've won so many games in a row to just come out so flat today. Of course part of it was Roethlisbuger finally playing like a rookie. I can't imagine that poor Jets kicker ever being allowed within 50 miles of New York, he might as well pack his bags today.

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    > Of course part of it was Roethlisbuger finally playing like a rookie.

    He's been doing that for a few weeks, though.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/player...e?statsId=6770

    Look at his stats for the last few games (minus the Giants game). He hasn't been putting up spectacular stats or anything, but he's surrounded by a good, solid cast and consistently get it done. I look at it a lot like NE. There's no amazing players on either team, but they're solid and don't make a lot of mistakes. I think Roethlisberger is going to be a hell of a QB, but I'm not sure he's the superstar people are making him out to be. Yet.

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    I agree. Any average QB would also do well in the Steelers system. Might not have a winning streak like Roethlisberger but they'd still be playoff material.


    Also, nm about my last post. I wouldn't have gotten any points for the QB reception. Thought we combined all rushing and reception yards for points but I guess they are scored separately.
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    >>He's been doing that for a few weeks, though.<<

    Yeah, you're right. I guarantee though that neither the Patriots or the Colts will let him get away with that next week. No way Roethlisberger throws like he did yesterday and the Steelers beat either of them.

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    I think Peyton Manning is genuinely afraid of New England.

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    I don't even know the rules of football or how football works.
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