A long time ago (about a year) in a galaxy (Razzball) far, far way…

Guess who’s back, back again. The Stats Machine’s back, tell a friend. Guess who’s back. Guess who’s back. Guess who’s back. Guess who’s back. Unlike most sequels that barely measure up to the original, the first two Godfather movies excluded, the second coming of the Stats Machine looks to build on a successful model, expanding and even deepening an already superb, numbers-driven effort. For those whom are unaware of, or need a refresher on the origin of the Stats Machine (TSM), you can find that here.

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The goal of TSM was to look beyond the points. To examine the stats that contribute to the stats that result in points. And for the most part, it did just that. But as I looked at the algorithm within, I realized that there was a variable, a very important variable, that was unaccounted for. Defense. The strength of the opposing defense to be more precise. In the first iteration of TSM if Player A rushed for 100 yards against Seattle’s defense and Player B rushed for 100 yards against the much weaker Jacksonville defense, both players were rewarded equally. That is a flaw. Flaws must be removed from the system.

The following changes have been implemented. The opposing defense is now factored into the equation. Each week TSM will use year-to-date defensive rankings in the following three key categories to adjust each offensive player’s performance. Those categories are against the rush, against the pass, and against receiving. Running backs will be adjusted based on the strength of how well the defense they faced that week was at stopping the rush. Wide receivers and tight ends will be compared against the opposing defense’s ability to shut down pass catcher.

Here’s a simple example. If Matt Forte rushes for 100 yards against the top defense against the rush, he will receive 10 points for that effort. If during the same week LeSean McCoy rushes for 100 yards against the defense that gives up the most rushing yards in the league, he will only get 5 points. Everything else is in between. McCoy would need to rush for 200 yards that week to equal Forte’s 10-point effort. Of course, rushing yards are not the only factor in calculating a player’s final score.

But that’s not all Version 2.0 of The Stats Machine has been retrofitted with. This year TSM will also include quarterback analysis. I mean, why not? And following suit, quarterback scores will be adjusted based on the opposing team’s defensive ability against the pass. TSM now also includes rankings/calculations for both PPR and standard scoring for running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. And lastly, the existing formulas for PPR have been enhanced. If that’s not enough of an upgrade, then perhaps you need to lower your expectations.

In the meantime, I have taken last season’s stats and fed them into the new and improved Stats Machine to see how the defensive adjustments would shake out. However, there is one key difference in this exercise that I need to point out. When I did this I used end-of-season defensive rankings to make my adjustments. What that means is if Detroit finished the season as the best defense against the run I used that ranking against running backs for every week of the season. This is not precise because in week 2 they might have been the 10th ranked rush defense. It was just too much work for me to go back and figure out all of the defensive ranking for all 17 weeks. This will be done for the 2015 season, however, since it will be calculated each week individually.

With that disclaimer out of the way, let’s take a look at what TSM had to say about last season. Please note that TSM will also still include the non defense adjusted scores for each player (SPG).


Quarterbacks

According to The Stats Machine Peyton Manning was the top QB in 2014 with a per game score of 88.68. After Manning comes Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck and Tom Brady. That sounds about right to me. Who comes next might come as a bit of a surprise. That would be Ryan Tannehill. It surprised me. After Tannehill comes Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers, Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees. Drew Brees ranked 9th??? Yep. But remember, TSM does more than just look for the best fantasy player. However I’d like to point out that the gap between Rodgers (82.938) and Russell Wilson (79.5) is very close.

As for TSM’s pick for the worst performing QB (minimum 13 games), that honor is given to Brian Hoyer (49.643). 13 interceptions, 12 touchdowns. Good luck this season Texans. Perhaps Glass Joe, I mean Geno Smith, taking one on the chin wasn’t such a bad thing for the Jets. TSM had Smith (54.357) as the next worst QB. However Ryan Fitzpatrick (57.417) isn’t much higher up on the list.

Don’t underestimate the value of Philip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger.

Table column header explanations:

“Score” is a player’s base score
“Adjusted” is a player’s defense adjusted score
“ASPG” is a player’s adjusted score per game
“SPG” is a player’s non-adjusted score per game

Player Score Adjusted ASPG SPG FPTS
Peyton Manning 838.3 1419 88.688 52.394 308.68
Aaron Rodgers 882.1 1327 82.938 55.131 352.14
Andrew Luck 926.5 1301 81.313 57.906 351.74
Tom Brady 768.2 1290 80.625 48.013 278.06
Ryan Tannehill 789.1 1289 80.563 49.319 278.9
Russell Wilson 824.4 1272 79.5 51.525 325.9
Philip Rivers 758.8 1258 78.625 47.425 265.64
Ben Roethlisberger 848.7 1224 76.5 53.044 300.78
Drew Brees 867.6 1210 75.625 54.225 302.88
Carson Palmer 289.7 449 74.833 48.283 103.54
Jay Cutler 714.2 1103 73.533 47.613 247.58
Kyle Orton 518.9 861 71.75 43.242 174.12
Matt Ryan 816.4 1125 70.313 51.025 282.26
Alex Smith 624.3 1037 69.133 41.62 220
Matthew Stafford 730.3 1082 67.625 45.644 249.58
Colin Kaepernick 711.4 1057 66.063 44.463 250.66
Mark Sanchez 411.7 593 65.889 45.744 139.42
Cam Newton 671.8 918 65.571 47.986 246.98
Nick Foles 364 524 65.5 45.5 119.32
Joe Flacco 723 1045 65.313 45.188 262.44
Eli Manning 761.6 1043 65.188 47.6 269.5
Derek Carr 600.4 1028 64.25 37.525 192
Tony Romo 696.2 951 63.4 46.413 266.3
Kirk Cousins 264.3 370 61.667 44.05 88.4
Teddy Bridgewater 520.7 770 59.231 40.054 175.66
Mike Glennon 251.9 347 57.833 41.983 89.58
Ryan Fitzpatrick 480.4 689 57.417 40.033 179.72
Case Keenum 78.7 113 56.5 39.35 22.9
Blake Bortles 535.9 779 55.643 38.279 166.22
Andy Dalton 619.5 873 54.563 38.719 214.82
Geno Smith 460.2 761 54.357 32.871 150.8
EJ Manuel 162.9 270 54 32.58 58.72
Austin Davis 333.5 517 51.7 33.35 107.64
Colt McCoy 183.8 257 51.4 36.76 62.88
Brian Hoyer 496.2 695 49.643 35.443 157.26


Running Backs

The top ranked running back in PPR formats is none other than Matt Forte (43). With 102 receptions, Forte is a force to be reckoned with. If only he had a few more rushing touchdowns. This is a good example of the effect the new defensive element has on TSM. Before factoring in the defense, Le’Veon Bell (40.375) had the higher score. Afterwards, Forte is the leader.

How about standard scoring? The top ranked RB was DeMarco Murray (36.375). Given his 1845 yards rushing and 13 TDs, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. After Murray is Bell (32.688) and Marshawn Lynch (32.188). PPR leader Forte is ranked 4th (31.875)

The lowest scoring RB in PPR with at least 100 carries was Anthony “Boobie” Dixon (8.875). What a boob! If we move to a minimum of 150 carries the shame is placed on Alfred Blue (12.563). The results are the same in standard scoring.

TSM likes both Andre Ellington and Mark Ingram. And to the surprise of many, TSM rates Giovani Bernard’s over Jeremy Hill.

Player ASPG PPR ASPG SPG PPR SPG FPTS PPR FPTS
Matt Forte 43 31.875 28.031 20.781 342.6 240.6
Le’Veon Bell 40.375 32.688 28.93 23.43 370.5 287.5
DeMarco Murray 40.375 36.375 27.631 24.894 351.1 294.1
Arian Foster 34.846 31.231 24.859 22.259 269.3 231.3
Marshawn Lynch 34.125 32.188 22.345 21.057 302.3 265.3
Andre Ellington 32.5 25.417 20.267 15.867 177.5 131.5
Eddie Lacy 32.25 28.813 20.761 18.574 272.6 230.6
Jamaal Charles 31.267 27.667 19.738 17.484 250.4 210.4
Mark Ingram 28.462 26.308 18.724 17.324 191.9 162.9
Fred Jackson 28 19.429 18.626 12.912 186.7 120.7
Adrian Peterson 28 24 18.25 15.65 11.3 9.3
Giovani Bernard 27.923 22.769 18.687 15.241 187.9 144.9
Rashad Jennings 27.909 23.455 17.441 14.695 138.5 108.5
LeSean McCoy 27.125 24.625 18.04 16.377 200.4 171.4
Lamar Miller 26.875 23.625 17.007 14.982 223.4 185.4
Ahmad Bradshaw 26.7 20.3 18.053 13.713 154.5 116.5
Justin Forsett 26.375 23 19.506 17.019 244.9 200.9
Joique Bell 24.8 21.933 17.539 15.499 198.2 164.2
Ronnie Hillman 24.75 20.625 16.729 14.004 102.3 81.3
Matt Asiata 24.667 20.733 15.983 13.41 190.2 146.2
C.J. Anderson 24.467 21.867 16.6 14.813 211.3 177.3
Jeremy Hill 23.75 22.313 15.874 14.911 210.9 183.9
Tre Mason 23.167 21.5 14.846 13.746 135.3 119.3
Alfred Morris 22.813 22.25 15.409 15.022 187.9 170.9
Branden Oliver 22.786 18.357 14.35 11.564 145.3 109.3
Jonathan Stewart 22.538 19.692 15.426 13.487 146 121
Ryan Mathews 21.667 20.333 13.686 12.853 66.7 57.7
Frank Gore 21.5 20.813 14.036 13.611 158.7 147.7
Pierre Thomas 21.455 14.273 14.132 9.405 123 78
Andre Williams 20.625 19.563 12.904 12.217 145.1 127.1
Shane Vereen 20.563 14.625 13.689 9.726 165.8 113.8
Jerick McKinnon 19.364 14.455 12.552 9.352 94.3 67.3
Stevan Ridley 19.167 18.833 12.711 12.544 52 48
Chris Ivory 18.563 17.5 12.467 11.754 152.3 134.3
Joe McKnight 18.5 12.5 11.575 7.875 24.7 18.7
Darren McFadden 18.313 14.125 11.819 9.119 120.6 84.6
Reggie Bush 18.273 12.182 12.932 8.641 107 67
Steven Jackson 18.2 16.867 12.712 11.819 141.5 121.5
Denard Robinson 17.385 15.077 12.108 10.477 113.6 90.6
Darren Sproles 17.267 13.2 11.472 8.779 145.6 105.6
Trent Richardson 17.133 14.4 11.593 9.74 117.8 90.8


Wide Receivers

Despite Antonio Brown having the highest non-adjusted score, once defense is factored in, TSM says that Demaryius Thomas is the top wide receiver in PPR formats. Then Brown, Odell Beckham, Emmanuel Sanders and Jordy Nelson round out the top five. As for standard scoring, the top five remain the same, except Beckham moves into the two spot, swapping places with Brown.

Despite only scoring 222 points, Julian Edelman comes in at the 6 spot in PPR formats.

Player ASPG PPR ASPG SPG PPR SPG FPTS PPR FPTS
Demaryius Thomas 49.714 28.25 29.216 16.605 338.9 227.9
Antonio Brown 46.386 26.063 31.734 17.845 374.1 245.1
Odell Beckham 45.417 26.917 33.079 19.607 295 204
Emmanuel Sanders 43.976 25.125 25.844 14.752 299.8 198.8
Jordy Nelson 40.765 24.25 27.622 16.445 327.9 229.9
Julian Edelman 38.481 19.857 22.804 11.78 222.6 130.6
Julio Jones 38.427 20.733 27.463 14.814 297.4 193.4
Randall Cobb 37.084 22.25 25.128 15.095 291.4 200.4
Alshon Jeffery 36.409 21.438 23.272 13.718 261.6 176.6
Jeremy Maclin 36.048 21.625 24.594 14.748 276.8 191.8
Dez Bryant 35.745 22.125 26.15 16.2 316 228
Golden Tate 34.923 19.125 23.925 13.102 259.1 160.1
Calvin Johnson 34.566 19.692 23.681 13.488 226.7 155.7
T.Y. Hilton 32.675 18.4 23.42 13.173 258.5 176.5
Brandon LaFell 32.585 18.875 19.309 11.184 210.6 136.6
Eric Decker 31.792 17.533 19.16 10.569 200.2 126.2
Keenan Allen 31.28 16.429 19.107 10.014 175.3 98.3
A.J. Green 30.98 17.231 22.046 12.279 205.3 136.3
Brandon Marshall 30.779 18 19.673 11.501 179.1 118.1
Sammy Watkins 30.702 18.125 18.847 11.122 198 133
DeAndre Hopkins 30.487 17.625 21.031 12.173 231 155
Mike Evans 30.169 18.333 21.687 13.178 245.1 177.1
Roddy White 29.623 16.071 21.171 11.493 212.1 132.1
Mike Wallace 29.553 17.688 18.531 11.077 212.8 145.8
Anquan Boldin 29.35 16.063 19.997 10.951 219.6 136.6
Steve Smith 28.972 15.813 19.472 10.641 219.5 140.5
Andre Johnson 28.818 14.733 19.88 10.187 190.6 105.6
DeSean Jackson 28.238 17.467 19.98 12.367 209.6 153.6
Brandin Cooks 27.414 15.1 19.425 10.668 139.3 86.3
Larry Fitzgerald 27.265 14.857 17.271 9.433 151.4 88.4
Jarvis Landry 26.797 13.688 16.803 8.582 181.4 97.4
Eddie Royal 26.72 15.813 16.322 9.659 181.2 119.2
James Jones 26.672 14.063 15.509 8.172 173.6 100.6
Kelvin Benjamin 26.548 15.125 19.653 11.178 225.8 152.8
Jordan Matthews 26.03 15.313 17.759 10.468 202.2 135.2
Malcom Floyd 25.892 15.75 15.816 9.632 173.6 121.6
Allen Robinson 25.25 13.1 17.18 8.933 114.8 66.8
Kendall Wright 25.183 14.929 17.743 10.512 167.9 110.9
Brian Quick 24.9 14.857 15.936 9.464 80.5 55.5
Robert Woods 24.766 13.688 15.203 8.384 162.9 97.9
Torrey Smith 24.285 15.625 16.322 10.511 191.7 142.7
Martavis Bryant 24.271 16.3 16.605 11.175 130.1 104.1
Michael Floyd 24.074 14.688 15.25 9.319 165.3 118.3
Doug Baldwin 24.067 13.313 15.853 8.768 167.3 101.3
Josh Gordon 23.955 11.8 17.22 8.52 54.3 30.3
Rueben Randle 23.774 12.813 17.316 9.336 182.8 111.8
Vincent Jackson 23.667 12.188 17.013 8.775 180.2 110.2
Percy Harvin 22.982 12.538 15.138 8.259 129.5 78.5
Dwayne Bowe 22.858 11.4 13.86 6.918 135.4 75.4
Marques Colston 22.766 13.188 16.131 9.327 177.2 118.2


Tight Ends

No matter how you slice and dice it, Rob Gronkowski comes out on top in TSM’s analysis of tight ends. And I’ll tell you one thing, The Stats Machine sure does love tight ends. That include Martellus Bennett.

Player ASPG PPR ASPG SPG PPR SPG FPTS PPR FPTS
Rob Gronkowski 40.776 24.388 24.163 14.452 266.4 184.4
Martellus Bennett 31.212 16.923 19.95 10.817 217.6 127.6
Antonio Gates 30.982 19.117 18.925 11.677 223.1 154.1
Julius Thomas 29.215 19.83 17.169 11.654 163.9 120.9
Jimmy Graham 27.595 15.279 19.553 10.826 229.9 144.9
Greg Olsen 27.472 15.467 20.338 11.45 220.8 136.8
Travis Kelce 26.372 14.71 15.991 8.92 177.2 110.2
Delanie Walker 24.877 14.102 17.527 9.936 176 113
Charles Clay 23.699 12.881 14.861 8.077 136.5 78.5
Heath Miller 22.889 12.88 15.659 8.811 158.1 92.1
Dennis Pitta 22.393 10.209 15.05 6.861 28.5 12.5
Mychal Rivera 22.325 12.049 12.981 7.006 133.4 75.4
Coby Fleener 22.07 13.768 15.819 9.869 176.4 125.4
Jason Witten 21.721 12.714 15.891 9.301 164.3 100.3
Jermaine Gresham 20.329 11.585 14.467 8.244 138 76
Larry Donnell 19.985 11.218 14.556 8.171 153.3 90.3
Jared Cook 19.927 10.968 12.753 7.02 133.4 81.4
Owen Daniels 19.283 11.232 12.96 7.549 124.7 76.7
Zach Ertz 19.119 10.049 13.044 6.856 144.2 86.2
Jordan Reed 18.681 8.595 13.218 6.082 94.5 44.5
Scott Chandler 18.184 10.287 11.163 6.315 114.7 67.7
Dwayne Allen 17.719 12.12 12.7 8.687 116.5 87.5
Jordan Cameron 17.257 10.617 12.405 7.632 78.4 54.4
Marcedes Lewis 15.763 10.129 10.725 6.892 50.6 32.6
Kyle Rudolph 14.885 8.709 10.311 6.033 59.1 35.1
Jace Amaro 14.365 7.242 8.657 4.364 84.5 46.5
Jeff Cumberland 13.476 9.263 8.122 5.582 65.7 42.7
A. Seferian-Jenkins 13.471 7.911 9.683 5.687 53.1 32.1
Anthony Fasano 13.106 8.715 7.947 5.284 71.6 46.6
Niles Paul 12.989 7.133 9.191 5.047 93.7 54.7
John Carlson 12.703 7.211 8.047 4.568 74 41
Zach Miller 12.651 7.624 8.333 5.022 13.6 7.6
Tim Wright 12.593 8.244 7.463 4.885 87.7 61.7
Lance Kendricks 12.51 8.288 8.006 5.304 82.9 55.9
Luke Willson 12.408 8.151 8.173 5.369 76.2 54.2
Vernon Davis 12.34 7.709 8.407 5.252 62.9 36.9
Brent Celek 12.088 7.165 8.247 4.889 70 38
Andrew Quarless 12.046 7.53 8.163 5.102 79.3 50.3

Here is a link to the full spreadsheet stats: The Stats Machine Data.

Stats Machine logging off…

 

 

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  1. cdadare says:
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    “The Stats Machine Data” link takes me to “Page Not Found.”

    Also, is the Data listed above for 2014 or this year?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      I’ll look into it on the file.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @cdadare: Yeah, it’s a system error, I’ll update you when we get it back up.

      • malamoney

        malamoney says:
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        @Jay: Thanks Jay!

    • malamoney

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      @cdadare: What up. As mentioned in the post, this is based on last season’s stats. I wanted to give you an idea of what the updated Stats Machine had to say based on 2014 data.

      Are you looking for what TSM has to say about 2015 projections?

      • cdadare says:
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        Thanks Jay & malamoney. Yes, I was looking for what TSM has to say about 2015 projections.

        • malamoney

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          @cdadare: It’s tough to run TSM on projections because TSM also takes into account number of snaps, targets, yards after catch, drops and a few other stats that aren’t the kind of stats that you can project…

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @cdadare: Up and working now. Thanks!

  2. Omar says:
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    I’m high on Andre Ellington going into this season mainly because I had him last year and I know how much the Cardinals’ offense goes through him…

    But this seems way too high. You’re saying he’s better than Jamaal Charles and Eddie Lacy? Come on.

    • malamoney

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      @Omar: Only when you factor in their performances in relation to the defenses they accomplished those performances against in PPR formats. And as I mentioned, I used end of season defensive rankings to calculate last season’s scores.

      Also, keep in mind that TSM factors in potential opportunity. It also is looking at “per game” score in order to be able to compare a player like Ellington that only played 12 games and Lacy, who played 16. While not perfect, The Stats Machine is saying the in 2014 Ellington was about on par with Charles and Lacy.

  3. Blake says:
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    Tannehil is that good? he seemed to be mediocre last year… Maybe I need to target him in all drafts late?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Blake: He’s a guy I am targeting late…

  4. JoeCool says:
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    malamoney, I was digging your piece on points per dollar and saw your piece reflecting on 2014.

    I have an auction draft coming up this weekend, any chance you’d be willing to drop some names you expect to provide great PPD?

    I’m not sure I fully understand the Stats Machine, is it supposed to give you an idea of who should put up points in ’15 based on ’14?

    • malamoney

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      @JoeCool: What up Joe. The Stats Machine was a weekly post last season that tried to dig deeper into the stats to identify how good (or bad) each player’s performance was. It goes a bit beyond just fantasy points. This post is about how The Stats Machine has been upgraded since last year and how it would process last year’s stats. Each week this season I will report the Stats Machine’s findings.

      As for 2015 PPD, I just completed a full post on that. I will check to see when it is going to go live. If it is not before the weekend, I can get you the spreadsheet…

      • JoeCool says:
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        @malamoney:

        Thanks!

        I see, so the stats machine is more of an in-season way to analyze players’ performances and how valuable they could be going forward?

        I guess where I’m confused is something like Bernard being valued over Hill. It needs to take into account number of opportunities as well right? So what it’s saying is Bernard is taking better advantage of his opportunities, but isn’t getting as many of them?

      • soft_money says:
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        @malamoney: Interesting post. Thanks.

        I have a draft this evening, and would love to take a look at the projections spreadsheet mentioned above, if possible.

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @soft_money: What is your email address?

            • malamoney

              malamoney says:
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              @JoeCool: Nope

              • JoeCool says:
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                @malamoney:

                email is [email protected], would love to see your projections.

                did I get it right about the stats machine? it’s best at identifying who is taking the best advantage of their opportunities, not necessarily who will put up the most points given that Hill will likely get more opportunities than Bernard?

                • malamoney

                  malamoney says:
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                  @JoeCool: Pretty much. The Stats Machine tries to examine the whole picture. It factors in number of snaps, yards after catch, drops, targets, etc…

                  I have emailed you the PPD projections…

  5. Nick says:
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    my Keeper team team is:
    draft in 3 hours

    QB Luck
    RB1 Ingram
    RB2 LT Murray
    RB3 D Martin
    WR1 A Brown
    WR2 R Cobb
    TE1 J Graham
    Flex T Kelce

    i didnt pick Davante Adams as i had Cobb in GB … but he looks obvious at WR3 now
    or E Edecker
    J Brown?

    usually i pick a RB rookie 1st
    Tre Mason?
    i had GBernard, butt Hill
    else Adbullah, MGordon? Stewart Freeman Blue, Yield-On , Ivory

    now after those 1-2-3 … i made a mistake a TE , JG and TK have same bye weeks, i may wait Maxx? at the end?

    and K – DEf i’m aiming Hauska , and StL …

    • malamoney

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      @Nick: Not exactly sure what you are asking, but I’d go with Adams and Gordon…

    • Nick says:
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      @Nick:

      DRaft :
      pick 9 Gurley RB /flex rookie
      pick 10 Agholor WR3 rookie upside
      pick 11 DV Parker WR rookie
      pick 12 M Wheaton ‘Big Ben 2nd wheapon
      Pick 13 St Louis Def
      Pick 14 A blue Arian Foster backup
      Pick 15 Hauska K for SEA
      pick 16 Sims as as Doug backup
      pick 17 Rodgers TE GB as JG and Kelce have same bye week !! else i’d gone Maxx bye 9 too
      pick 18 Zeener in case JBell ring it …
      pick 19 T Taylor QB2 ! stash

  6. mcBlunty says:
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    10 team league, ppr, 2 flex spots, bouns points for points for 40 yard plays and 40 yd tds, i had the 10th pick

    Starters
    Luck
    E Tate
    E Sanders
    S Smith Sr
    L Miller
    Lat Murray
    Gronk
    A Boldin
    Tre Mason
    J Tucker
    Denver Def

    Bench
    Blount
    R Jennings
    K Wright
    Duke Johnson
    David Cobb
    D Green-Beckham

    Thoughts? I know i could use another top WR but i like my depth

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @mcBlunty: Nice squad. I agree on the top WR. Who is E. Tate?

  7. mcBlunty says:
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    *G Tate

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @mcBlunty: Ah, would help if I scrolled down. I like him.

      • mcBlunty says:
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        @malamoney: thanks boss, keep up the hood work

        • mcBlunty says:
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          @mcBlunty: or good work, i just can’t type tonight, lol

          • malamoney

            malamoney says:
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            @mcBlunty: Thanks!

  8. Frank White says:
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    Malamoney… Wusup Man!!! Happy Football season… I get 2 keepers. 1 is Luck and who else would you keep, Martavis Bryant, Cruz or Wallace???

    • malamoney

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      @Frank White: What up Frank! With Martavis getting a 4-game suspension I’d go with Wallace…

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