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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 09:08 
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oh don't be scared. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 12:29 
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@ silly..It's just all about the cheese really is all im saying. It always comes down to that..geezz.. :roll:

I tried. My work is done. But seriously now..you must join the Tank Shark Leagues toot sweet to test your formidable leather sir and start your way up the ladder by winning each year.

Here's the link. The Mod who runs it is named Pat_Smith, a jovial chap, you'll like him.

viewtopic.php?f=15&t=262507

Good Luck :Drink) Join a Sharl league and be a good sport and let us all know which one you got in to.


Send me a pm to the league and we will see. I will join.


Shark leagues are noted on the front page of the site. Pat runs them. They're open to all. They are interesting in that you are elevated to higher level leagues if you win.

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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 12:36 
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hehe - i love the start of football season in here

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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 12:59 
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It's like crocket at 16.


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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 13:00 
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pwbowen wrote:
jacobissilly wrote:
Fighting Amish wrote:
@ silly..It's just all about the cheese really is all im saying. It always comes down to that..geezz.. :roll:

I tried. My work is done. But seriously now..you must join the Tank Shark Leagues toot sweet to test your formidable leather sir and start your way up the ladder by winning each year.

Here's the link. The Mod who runs it is named Pat_Smith, a jovial chap, you'll like him.

viewtopic.php?f=15&t=262507

Good Luck :Drink) Join a Sharl league and be a good sport and let us all know which one you got in to.


Send me a pm to the league and we will see. I will join.


Shark leagues are noted on the front page of the site. Pat runs them. They're open to all. They are interesting in that you are elevated to higher level leagues if you win.


Are any available now new so need direction.

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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 16:52 
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Here is an undervalued player: Jerome Simpson. ADP: 149 below notables such as Ochocinco, Greg Little, Davone Bess. In the last two games of the season Simpson was given a chance to play and LIT UP two of the best defenses in the NFL in Baltimore and San Diego. San Diego is most notably one of the best if not the best passing defense in the league as well. Reading his quotes I think the guy is headed for great things as he definitely seems to have his head on straight, unlike Kenny Britt with ADP at number 63. If you look at their combine numbers Simpsons raw athleticism combines very favorably to a guy like Britt, and he actually seems to be a step quicker with a 10 yard dash of 1.47. With Palmer gone there may be some question as to how effective the QB play will be in Cincy this year, but Gradkowski was pretty effective when given the chance to play in Oakland.


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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 17:33 
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jacobissilly wrote:
pwbowen wrote:
jacobissilly wrote:
Fighting Amish wrote:
@ silly..It's just all about the cheese really is all im saying. It always comes down to that..geezz.. :roll:

I tried. My work is done. But seriously now..you must join the Tank Shark Leagues toot sweet to test your formidable leather sir and start your way up the ladder by winning each year.

Here's the link. The Mod who runs it is named Pat_Smith, a jovial chap, you'll like him.

viewtopic.php?f=15&t=262507

Good Luck :Drink) Join a Sharl league and be a good sport and let us all know which one you got in to.


Send me a pm to the league and we will see. I will join.


Shark leagues are noted on the front page of the site. Pat runs them. They're open to all. They are interesting in that you are elevated to higher level leagues if you win.


Are any available now new so need direction.


http://www.fantasysharks.com

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zodiak wrote:
It's like crocket at 16.


:lol: :lol: :lol: you owe me a new keyboarddddd. I spilled Ice tea all over it reading that..

I eally ddid.

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PostPosted: Sun 07.31.2011, 23:43 
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Fighting Amish wrote:
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It's like crocket at 16.


:lol: :lol: :lol: you owe me a new keyboarddddd. I spilled Ice tea all over it reading that..

I eally ddid.

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zodiak wrote:
It's like crocket at 16.


Actually it's probably more like me at 16. Do any of you not remember that? VickFan7NFL! I even remember my sig: The best damn 16 year old Fantasy Football player period! :lol:

Wait I just reviewed some of your sign up dates. A lot are post 2002. Some of you missed my golden years. I was crockette before crockette.


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PostPosted: Mon 08.01.2011, 00:54 
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Ryan Grant is going to be a steal.


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gunssforhire wrote:
Ryan Grant is going to be a steal.


Today..yes..late August, not so much.

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ATL Souljah Boy wrote:
zodiak wrote:
It's like crocket at 16.


Actually it's probably more like me at 16. Do any of you not remember that? VickFan7NFL! I even remember my sig: The best damn 16 year old Fantasy Football player period! :lol:

Wait I just reviewed some of your sign up dates. A lot are post 2002. Some of you missed my golden years. I was crockette before crockette.


***shudddder***

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PostPosted: Mon 08.01.2011, 07:41 
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ATL Souljah Boy wrote:
zodiak wrote:
It's like crocket at 16.


Actually it's probably more like me at 16. Do any of you not remember that? VickFan7NFL! I even remember my sig: The best damn 16 year old Fantasy Football player period! :lol:

Wait I just reviewed some of your sign up dates. A lot are post 2002. Some of you missed my golden years. I was crockette before crockette.


You were incredibly raw. If this was real life, the seniors would have given you a swirlie at least once a day.

But you grew up. I'm proud of you, boy.

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In terms of sleepers, I'd put Giants 2nd-year WR Victor Cruz into the mix as a late-round flier. He showed some big flashes last year in pre-season before going down to an injury he could have come off of if he'd been PUPed and not IRed (the Giants could have used him, too). And since I don't think Steve Smith NYC will be the same guy he was before his injury, I think the coaches' buzz on Cruz is worth noting.

Says Rotoworld:

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Victor Cruz - WR - Giants

Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride singled out Victor Cruz when asked about the third receiver job Monday.

Gilbride also called Steve Smith one of the best inside receivers in football, but he remains unsigned and unlikely to play in September. After a dominant exhibition performance, Cruz had moved ahead of Ramses Barden on the depth chart by last September. Still an intriguing Dynasty stash, Cruz is a good bet to hold off Barden and rookie Jerrel Jernigan to enter the season.

Source: Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter
Aug 1, 1:31 PM


Like I said, sleeper, and not a guy you should be going after until the latest rounds, but worth a look all the same.


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