The NGFFL Average Draft

The NGFFL Average Draft

Post by Steve Margol » Thu, 08 Jul 1999 04:00:00


The NewsGroup Fantasy Football Leagues recently completed 20-round
drafts for each of our three leagues (all in under 3 weeks).  We are
five-keeper leagues with scoring for actual yardage and touchdowns.

If you are interested in seeing how players were drafted by many team
owners who are well known here in the NG, please go to
http://sideline-reporter.homepage.com/nad.html.  The Sideline Reporter
is the online newsletter of the NGFFL.  You can follow it throughout the
season if you'd like to see how your fellow NG participants are doing.

If you are interested in finding out more about the NGFFL, please go to
http://ngffl.homepage.com.  Thanks.

- -
Steve "The Tennessee Trader" Margolis

Contributing Author, Fantasy Football Pro Forecast Magazine 1999, pp. 22-24
The Ten Commandments of Trading

Writer, Fantasy Football Commentary
Mr. Football | TFL Report | About.Com

CEO and Creator of the NGFFL: NewsGroup.Fantasy.Football.Leagues

1999 Leagues: PFDFL | YCFL | EZFFL

 
 
 

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Post by Dave » Thu, 08 Jul 1999 04:00:00

I guess I didn't do too bad:    3 Steals (C. Carter, B. Engram & M. Hatchette) & only 1 reach (D. Ward).  Parcells better keep his word to involve Dedric more, otherwise it will be reclassified as a wasted pick rather than a reach.

Dave Hendricks
Molino FFL
Rooney League

  The NewsGroup Fantasy Football Leagues recently completed 20-round
  drafts for each of our three leagues (all in under 3 weeks).  We are
  five-keeper leagues with scoring for actual yardage and touchdowns.

  If you are interested in seeing how players were drafted by many team
  owners who are well known here in the NG, please go to
  http://sideline-reporter.homepage.com/nad.html.  The Sideline Reporter
  is the online newsletter of the NGFFL.  You can follow it throughout the
  season if you'd like to see how your fellow NG participants are doing.

  If you are interested in finding out more about the NGFFL, please go to
  http://ngffl.homepage.com.  Thanks.

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  - -
  Steve "The Tennessee Trader" Margolis
  Contributing Author, Fantasy Football Pro Forecast Magazine 1999, pp. 22-24
  The Ten Commandments of Trading

  Writer, Fantasy Football Commentary
  Mr. Football | TFL Report | About.Com

  CEO and Creator of the NGFFL: NewsGroup.Fantasy.Football.Leagues

  1999 Leagues: PFDFL | YCFL | EZFFL

 
 
 

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Post by Scott Bethe » Thu, 08 Jul 1999 04:00:00

Oh yeah?!?  Well I got 4 steals (Darnay Scott, Ryan
Longwell, Rashaan Salaam, Eddie Kennison) and 1 reach (James
Stewart)  ;)

My question is who is considered the ultimate reach and
ultimate steal in the NGFFL?

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Post by The Conquistado » Thu, 08 Jul 1999 04:00:00

I'd have to say that biggest reach by far was Christian Fu'amatu Ma'afala at pick
# 81 in the Brown League,
and an argument could be made that my pick of Ike Hilliard at # 152 (compared to
# 84 & 107) was a pretty significant steal, but I think the steals are a lot
harder to quantify compared to the reaches.
--
 - The Conquistador
NGFFL "Predators" - Founding Owner
There are 2 things that will bring you success in life:
1) Don't tell anyone everything you know
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> My question is who is considered the ultimate reach and
> ultimate steal in the NGFFL?

 
 
 

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Post by FF GUR » Fri, 09 Jul 1999 04:00:00

Quit spamming us about your league, Steve.  

GURUS
THE GURUS - ROCK SOLID & BATTLE TESTED!!

 
 
 

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Post by STAR851 » Sat, 10 Jul 1999 04:00:00

he is the king of spam..margolis...and the biggest reach is anyone Mike Switzer
picked.if he is even in the foolish league
 
 
 

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Post by Dal » Sat, 10 Jul 1999 04:00:00

Hey, Steve, when I first looked at your league name, I figured it meant
"Nice Guys Finish First League"

Cheers,

Dale