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KillerKat

My teams...

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Carolina Sharks

QB

Eli Manning

Joe Flacco

RB

MJD

Marshawn Lynch

Shonn Greene

Alfred Morris

WR

Mike Wallace

Steve Smith

Dwayne Bowe

Michael Crabtree

Santonio Holmes

TE

Tony Gonzalez

Greg Olsen

K

Rob Bironas

D

San Francisco

Carolina Warriors

QB

Tony Romo

Joe Flacco

RB

LeSean McCoy

Marshawn Lynch

Shonn Greene

Rashard Mendenhall

WR

Roddy White

Mike Wallace

Dez Bryant

Michael Crabtree

Malcom Floyd

Sidney Rice

TE

Jason Witten

K

Rob Bironas

D

Houston

Thoughts?

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I like your chances more with team 2. I trust Romo more than Eli to put up numbers and McCoy is a monster. Solid WRs with team 2 also.

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Yea Warriors were my first draft. Sharks were second. Eli and Romo were available for Sharks. Since i had Romo for the Warriors, I decided to switch it up some for the hell of it. It's not like one significantly outperforms the other any way. I like Flacco better than both btw and he was available way later in both drafts. Was surprised due to him showing constant improvement and the many weapons around him.

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Btw the format is QB, WR, WR, WR, RB, RB, TE, K, D, Bench, Bench, Bench, Bench, Bench, Bench.

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I was 3-0 with my teams wooot!

ditto

also, your first team is better imo

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i agree, both teams I got the last pick in the rounds. So Im happy so far with the results

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