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QB

Tom Brady (10pts)

Aaron Rodgers (10pts)

Ryan Tannehill (7pts)

Cam Newton (5pts)

Brian Hoyer (3pts)

Teddy Bridgewater (2pts)

 

RB

DeMarco Murray (10pts)

Marshawn Lynch (8pts)

Jamaal Charles (8pts)

Lamar Miller (6pts)

Alfred Morris (5pts)

Tre Mason (3pts)

Denard Robinson (2pts)

 

WR

Calvin Johnson (10pts)

Demaryius Thomas (8pts)

Julio Jones (7pts)

Dez Bryant (7pts)

Mike Evans (6pts)

Alshon Jeffery (6pts)

Desean Jackson (5pts)

Michael Floyd (4pts)

Golden Tate (4pts)

Davante Adams (2pts)

 

TE

Rob Gronkowski (10pts)

Jimmy Graham (10pts)

Jeff Cumberland (4pts)

Jason Witten (4pts)

Eric Ebron (3pts)

 

OL

Dallas (7pts)

Seattle (6pts)

Pittsburgh (6pts)

Chicago (5pts)

Baltimore (5pts)

Kansas City (4pts)

Arizona (3pts)

Oakland (2pts)

 

 

You have 35pts to spend. GO

 

EDIT: You can have more than one player at each position for a more diverse offense

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Aaron Rodgers

Jamaal Charles

Alshon Jeffrey

Jason Witten

Back to Dallas. I can't add

 

35 points

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QB - Aaron Rodgers : 10 points

 

RB - Jamaal Charles : 8 points (STEAL!)

 

WR - Mike Evans : 6 points

 

TE - Jason Witten : 4 points (steal)

 

OL - Baltimore : 5 points

 

Really all you need those is this guy:

 

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A-Rod (10pts)

 

Marshawn Lynch (8pts)

 

Mike Evans (6pts)

 

Jeff Cumberland (4pts)

 

Dallas OL (7pts)

 

 

I think it's clear what I was aiming for with this offense. I want a physical and dominating run game. Lynch is not only a physical back who can handle a high number of carries, but has the lateral quickness to run off-tackle power plays and be involved in the passing game. Mike Evans is just a rookie so I have a young play-maker that is also a physical blocker and contributes to the run game. Evans would also be a jump ball expert if we need to go in the air on the goal-line. Aaron Rodgers gives you the ability to cash in on all of your play-action opportunities. Rodgers also gives you the ability to open up the offense when needed and make Cumberland look like an elite star.

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Kept thinking Jason Witten's value was 6 and it was messing me up bad. :lol:

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ARod Morris Tate Jackson Written DallasOL.

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QB

Cam Newton (5pts)

RB

Denard Robinson (2pts)

WR

Dez Bryant (7pts)

Golden Tate (4pts)

DaVante Adams (2pts)

TE

Rob Gronkowski (10pts)

OL

Baltimore (5pts)

Went with a good Oline and QB, solid young underrated back with 3 good young WR's and Rob Gronkowski who helps as a blocker and receiver. I think with all those weapons and a good offensive line teams would be really screwed.Gimme Chip Kelly to coach 'em up

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QB: Teddy 2

 

RB: Charles 8

WR: Dez 7

WR: DJax 5

WR: Floyd 4

TE: Witten 4

Oline: Bmore 5

 

Total: 35

 

Going my man Teddy and giving him all the weapons he needs to succeed :biggrin:

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Should have Carolina's O-line in here for -5.

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QB - Aaron Rodgers (10pts)

 

RB - Alfred Morris (5pts)

 

WR - Dez Bryant (7pts); Davante Adams (2pts)

 

TE - Jason Witten (4pts)

 

OL - Dallas (7pts)

 

35 points.

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QB
Aaron Rodgers (10pts) (Cannot skimp out at QB)

RB
Alfred Morris (5pts) (Dat ZBS though)

WR
Alshon Jeffery (6pts) (I had exactly 14 points left for receivers, and receivers don't really matter as long as they're good enough.)
Michael Floyd (4pts)
Golden Tate (4pts)

TE
Jason Witten (4pts) (What a steal)

OL
Oakland (2pts) (Actually been playing pretty well this year, highest benefit to cost ratio)

 

Total: 35 points

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QB: Teddy (not sold yet, but he's made some great throws these past two weeks. I think I believe) (2pts)

RB: DeMarco (10pts)

WR1: DT (8pts)

WR2: GT (4pts)

TE: Ebron (3pts)

OL: Dallas (7pts)

 

34 points, total. I think Teddy and Ebron have too much potential to pass up the triplets of Murray, DT, and Golden Tate.

 

Dallas' OL paves highways for Murray, gives Teddy plenty of time in the pocket. Thomas and Tate can certainly go over the top, but both specialize in quick passes and shorter routes, too. They're perfect for Bridgewater's skillset. Ebron just needs more opportunities. Dallas' OL is young and should be intact for many years with the exception of Doug Free and the very possible exception of Ron Leary, who has a degenerative knee condition, but as he's the weak link in the bunch, it's not that concerning. Keep in mind that Doug Free can play guard and Jeremy Parnell can step in at tackle, anyway.

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