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What's up everyone,

there are probably a ton of these so I apologize if this is annoying.

I did a standard 10 team draft with yahoo. Here is My team:


QB: Andrew Luck (Colts)

WR: Jordy Nelson (Packers)

WR: Roddy White (Falcons)

RB: Jamaal Charles (Chiefs)

RB: Trent Richardson (Colts)

TE: Rob Gronkowski (Patriots)

Flex: T.Y. Hilton (Colts)



-RB Ray Rice (Ravens-NOTE: Suspended first 2 games.)

-WR Brandin Cooks (Saints)

-RB Terrance West (Browns)

-WR Emmanuel Sanders (Broncos)

-WR Dwayne Bowe (Chiefs)

-WR Hakeem Nicks (Colts)


K: Dan Bailey (Cowboys)

DEF: New England


Let me know your thoughts and recommendations! I have 25$ bet on this league. Thanks. (P.S)-You can really tell Im a Colts fan in this draft lol. 

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