Jared Cisneros

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I'm creating this thread to answer any 2018 Fantasy Football questions you may have for the season. Other people are also welcome to answer question if I can't get to them. Make sure to name the number of teams in the league, whether it's PPR or Non-PPR, and if there are any other positional or roster differences that are unusual in your particular league. 

 

Have a fun 2018 fantasy season everyone!

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On 7/3/2018 at 8:53 AM, Jared Cisneros said:

I'm creating this thread to answer any 2018 Fantasy Football questions you may have for the season. Other people are also welcome to answer question if I can't get to them. Make sure to name the number of teams in the league, whether it's PPR or Non-PPR, and if there are any other positional or roster differences that are unusual in your particular league. 

 

Have a fun 2018 fantasy season everyone!

 

I have the same strategy every year.  I've won multiple Super Bowls with this strategy, and I've never been last in the league with this strategy.  I reach a little bit to make sure I draft the Colts QB and the Colts pass-catchers (usually not more than 1 round early).  Then I just draft the best I can with my other picks, and stay on top of the waiver-wire every week to keep up.  And I usually pickup the Colts DEF and Colts RBs in FA once injuries start to happen just to keep on the bench in case of a good match-up.  (Ultimate Homer, I know)  :D


This worked wonders with Manning/Harrison/Wayne/Clark/Stokely back in the heyday, especially when Freeney and Mathis were getting points for sacks/FF/Fumble recoveries.  It even worked well with Luck/Wayne/Hilton/Doyle recently.  :thmup:

 

I'm probably going to stick with my strategy, especially since I think Luck-to-Hilton is going to be special AGAIN this season (especially in PPR leagues).  I plan on playing multiple leagues, from 8-12 teams, both PPR and regular, so when should I plan on drafting Luck and Hilton?  I hope they are both bargain picks in any league.  :goodluck:

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1 hour ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

I have the same strategy every year.  I've won multiple Super Bowls with this strategy, and I've never been last in the league with this strategy.  I reach a little bit to make sure I draft the Colts QB and the Colts pass-catchers (usually not more than 1 round early).  Then I just draft the best I can with my other picks, and stay on top of the waiver-wire every week to keep up.  And I usually pickup the Colts DEF and Colts RBs in FA once injuries start to happen just to keep on the bench in case of a good match-up.  (Ultimate Homer, I know)  :D


This worked wonders with Manning/Harrison/Wayne/Clark/Stokely back in the heyday, especially when Freeney and Mathis were getting points for sacks/FF/Fumble recoveries.  It even worked well with Luck/Wayne/Hilton/Doyle recently.  :thmup:

 

I'm probably going to stick with my strategy, especially since I think Luck-to-Hilton is going to be special AGAIN this season (especially in PPR leagues).  I plan on playing multiple leagues, from 8-12 teams, both PPR and regular, so when should I plan on drafting Luck and Hilton?  I hope they are both bargain picks in any league.  :goodluck:

Draft Hilton in the 3rd round if you want him. He will go soon after that. Luck is a bit more interesting, As of now, he will go in the mid rounds of 12+ team leagues, and in the later rounds of 10 team leagues and less. At least in my leagues, the QBs don't start to go until round 4 (usually when Rodgers goes and starts the trend). So you don't have to worry about Luck for a long time. My advice if you take Luck is, get some insurance in case he misses the start of the season or starts rusty. Garappolo would a nice late option, or someone like Rivers at that point (if Luck does his thing, they will serve as insurance and a low pick spent like they are supposed to while providing insurance).

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2 minutes ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Draft Hilton in the 3rd round if you want him. He will go soon after that. Luck is a bit more interesting, As of now, he will go in the mid rounds of 12+ team leagues, and in the later rounds of 10 team leagues and less. At least in my leagues, the QBs don't start to go until round 4 (usually when Rodgers goes and starts the trend). So you don't have to worry about Luck for a long time. My advice if you take Luck is, get some insurance in case he misses the start of the season or starts rusty. Garappolo would a nice late option, or someone like Rivers at that point (if Luck does his thing, they will serve as insurance and a low pick spent like they are supposed to while providing insurance).

 

That's good advice.  I'm hoping I can wait as long as possible on Luck and Hilton and have a solid roster around them.  Because if those two click right off the bat, and I have a solid team around them...

 

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I have a team in the nfl fantasy league, with a projected points week 1 of 101.4

Is that good, first year i have played

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7 minutes ago, Jeremy Waldon said:

I have a team in the nfl fantasy league, with a projected points week 1 of 101.4

Is that good, first year i have played

It depends what type of league and how many people. In a 12 man standard that would be good. But projections mean nothing and will only lead to disappointment lol

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5 hours ago, Luck 4 president said:

It depends what type of league and how many people. In a 12 man standard that would be good. But projections mean nothing and will only lead to disappointment lol

It is a 12 man standard, i have 4 teams, that is just the highest one, and ofcourse i have my one all colts team. Thanks

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