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I have won my league! (Shamelessly pats self on back). This is the first time I have won and I am excited. I thought it would be fun for other winners to post their wining team. 

 

12 Team League

 

Cam Newton

Markus Wheaton (Picked up and started this week when I lost Dez Bryant)

Rueben Randle (Picked up and started this week when I lost Alshon Jeffrey)

Martavis Bryant

DeAngelo Williams

Latavius Murray

Rob Gronkowski

Brandon MacManus (plays tomorrow)

Seattle (Had Arizona sitting on the bench....ouch!)

 

Other bench players include...

Jay Cutler

Jonathan Stewart

Benjamin Watson

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I entered several leagues, and got 1st place in a 5-player league. Here is my winning lineup:

 

QB: Blake Bortles

RB: David Johnson

RB: Mike Gillislee

WR: Antonio Brown

WR: John Brown

WR: Jeremy Macklin

TE: Delanie Walker

K: Blair Walsh

Def: Kansas City

 

The one who out me in 1st is Blair Walsh, who totaled 23 fantasy points! He was a last-minute decision; I originally had Boswell. Don't remember why I changed it, but turned out to be a good decision.

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Colts Football Forum Elite league Champion :)

 

Bortles

McFadden, Robinson

Jones, Cooper, Lockett

Gronk

Boswell

Steelers

Bench - Bridgewater, Blue, Gurley, James Jones, Walsh, Seahawks

 

Champions in another league too

 

Bortles

Lacey, Robinson

Jackson, Hurns, Gurley (flex)

Olsen

Catanzaro

Seahawks

Bench - Javorious Allen, Gore, Hightower, Hilton, Watkins, Barnidge

 

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I did decent, even with spending almost 0 time looking at my teams for improvement over the month of December.

 

Came in 3rd in the Elite League (That's my spot 3 of 4 years, lol)

 

Came in 1st in two other leagues, i can post the rosters, but they are final rosters with players like Tim Hightower that I picked up last week, so it seems kinda pointless, I'm a FA junky.

 

Other than that i'm still hoping to win the pickem league. with a tight one game lead over shecolt I just need to pick like her for the final weeks to win it all, lol.

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Only my 2nd year playing fantasy, much much better this time: 5 leagues, 3 champs so fair, 1 yet to be determined Sunday, 1, I took over for on the elite league via this forum, got my butt kicked with a 12th place.  One thing to note: I cut and sign players non stop all season long so these weren't my original rosters, just my final ones.  I also had a TON of IR'd injuries

 

League 1: 15 teams

Regular Season Record: 11-2 (Number 1 Seed, playoffs started wk 14)

Regular Season Champion

Overall Champion

Playoff Record: 2-0 (1st round bye)

Roster:

Starters:

QB: Bortles

RB1: D. Williams

RB2: D. Johnson

WR1: E. Sanders

WR2: C. Johnson

TE: Gronkowksi

W/R: D Hopkins

Def: Seahawks

Kicker: McManus

 

Bench:

QB: Fitzpatrick

RB: Starks

RB:J. Hill

WR: Benjamin

WR:Brown

TE: Barnidge

 

 

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League 2: 12 Teams

Regular Season Record: 11-3 (Number 1 Seed, playoffs started wk 15, only top 4 seeds)

Regular Season Champion

Overall Champion

Playoff Record: 2-0 

Roster:

Starters:

QB: Tannehill

RB1: Forte

RB2: Gore

WR1: J. Jones

WR2: B. Marshall

WR3: Benjamin

TE: Reed

W/R: Watson

Def: Bengals

Kicker: Gano

 

Bench:

QB: Fitzpatrick

QB: Winston

RB: Starks

RB:Hillman

WR: Austin

WR: Matthews

 

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League 3: 12 Teams

Regular Season Record: 10-4 (Number 1 Seed, playoffs started wk 15, only top 4 seeds)

Regular Season Champion

Overall Champion

Playoff Record: 2-0 

Roster:

Starters:

QB: Rogers

RB1: Murray

RB2: Lacy

WR1: TY Hilton

WR2: Sanders

WR3: Moncrief

TE: Gronkoski

Def: Steelers

Kicker: McManus

 

Bench:

QB: Ryan

QB: Hasselbeck

RB: Mcfadden (originally had Bell, then Blount, Both IR'd)

WR: Bryant (IR)

WR: A. Johnson

TE: Efiert

 

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League 4: 10 Teams

Regular Season Record: 9-5 (Number 3 Seed, playoffs started wk 14)

Playoff Record: 2-0 (1 Game remains to settle the winner, can finish no worse than 2nd place)

Roster:

Starters:

QB: Brotles

RB1: D. Murray

RB2: Jones

WR1: A. Green

WR2: J. Jones

TE: Watson

W/R: Starks

Def: Broncos

Kicker: Carpenter

 

Bench:

QB: Palmer

QB: Hasselbeck

RB: L. Murray

WR: Edleman

WR: Snead

TE: Fleener

 

 

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League 5: 12 Teams

Regular Season Record: 2-11 (Took over week 7 and it was 0-7)

Roster:

Starters:

QB: Ryan

RB1: L. Miller

RB2: Bernard

WR1: Boldin

WR2: M. Jones

W/R: Woodhead

W/T: Witten

Def: Packers

Kicker: Catanzaro

 

Bench:

QB: Fitzpatrick

RB: Anderson

WR: Edleman

TE: Fleener

TE: Rodgers

Def: Giants

 

 

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ill let you know after the vikings packers. COME ON PETERSON. I NEED YOU TO OUTSCORE BLAIR WALSH

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officially a four time fantasy champion. 3 out of the last 5 years

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Ended up 2nd in league 4.  Thanks to Borties laying an egg.... sadly Carson Palmer would have only gotten me 1.60 points more, I lost by 8 after Newtons huge day (33 points )

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I came in fifth in both Colts forum leagues I was in.

 

But I came in first in my Ball State College league and I won first in the annual money league I'm in for the first time (both ten team leagues)

 

Ball State League Ending Roster:

QB: Cam Newton.

RB: Deangelo Williams, Javorius Buck, Matt Forte, James White, Tim Hightower.

WR: Deandre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins, Doug Baldwin, Calvin Johnson, Tedd Ginn Jr.

TE: Tyler Eifert, Richard Rodgers.

DEF: Chiefs, Bengals.

K: Graham Gano.

 

 

The Money League Ending Roster:

QB: Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning.

RB: Darren McFadden, Cameron Artis-Payne, Tim Hightower, James White.

WR: Antonio Brown, Alshonn Jefferey, Randall Cobb, Doug Baldwin, Stefon Diggs.

TE: Jordan Reed, Gary Barnidge.

DEF: Cardinals, Steelers.

K: Cairo Santos

                                          

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Champ here! Huge roster league here. PPR. KO/PR yards count. 11-2 regular season. 4 game playoffs. Didn't lose a single week in the playoffs. Boom!

 

QB - Aaron Rodgers

QB - Alex Smith

RB - Doug Martin

RB - Danny Woodhead

RB/WR - Odell Beckham Jr.

RB/WR - Tim Hightower

WR - Jordan Mathews

WR - Tyler Lockette

WR/TE - Deandre Hopkins

WR/TE - Eric Decker

TE - Will Tye

TE - Coby Fleener

D/ST - Texans

D/ST - Lions

K - Steven Hauschka

K - Mike Nugent

 

Bench

Jeremy Hill

TJ Yeldon

Giovani Bernard

John Brown

Darren Sproles

Tyrod Taylor

Brian Hoyer

Keyshawn Martin

Cameron Artis-Payne

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12 hours ago, MrNLM said:

Champ here! Huge roster league here. PPR. KO/PR yards count. 11-2 regular season. 4 game playoffs. Didn't lose a single week in the playoffs. Boom!

 

QB - Aaron Rodgers

QB - Alex Smith

RB - Doug Martin

RB - Danny Woodhead

RB/WR - Odell Beckham Jr.

RB/WR - Tim Hightower

WR - Jordan Mathews

WR - Tyler Lockette

WR/TE - Deandre Hopkins

WR/TE - Eric Decker

TE - Will Tye

TE - Coby Fleener

D/ST - Texans

D/ST - Lions

K - Steven Hauschka

K - Mike Nugent

 

Bench

Jeremy Hill

TJ Yeldon

Giovani Bernard

John Brown

Darren Sproles

Tyrod Taylor

Brian Hoyer

Keyshawn Martin

Cameron Artis-Payne

I didn't know you could have a roster that huge!

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On 12/29/2015 at 8:25 AM, teganslaw said:

I entered several leagues, and got 1st place in a 5-player league. Here is my winning lineup:

 

QB: Blake Bortles

RB: David Johnson

RB: Mike Gillislee

WR: Antonio Brown

WR: John Brown

WR: Jeremy Macklin

TE: Delanie Walker

K: Blair Walsh

Def: Kansas City

 

The one who out me in 1st is Blair Walsh, who totaled 23 fantasy points! He was a last-minute decision; I originally had Boswell. Don't remember why I changed it, but turned out to be a good decision.

You were in a 5 team league and this was the winning lineup? 

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16 hours ago, jvan1973 said:

You were in a 5 team league and this was the winning lineup? 

 

This was a one-week league $1 league with 5 other players. I started playing fantasy football almost midway through the season, and only played one-week leagues. it was my winning lineup in week 16, where I got first place; the only time I got that high.

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On 1/5/2016 at 11:31 AM, csmopar said:

I didn't know you could have a roster that huge!

Yeah, It could be bigger so as to rely on more no namers but, we are not that hardcore.

 

A friend and myself would like to devise a way to create a league that does not draft individual RBs but, allows you to draft Team RBs. This way if your workhorse goes down you are not boned for that week or for the rest of the season in theory. This way you get points no matter who runs the ball.

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