NFC divisional All-Fantasy Teams

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  1. Cgreen214

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    What players from the NFC could have taken your fantasy football squad to championship glory? Here they are, the NFC West Fantasy studs:

    NFC WEST All Fantasy Team

    QB: Russel Wilson- 208 FPs (27 TDs, 3,045 yards, 18 Ints, 17 sacks, 3 fumbles, 246 rushing yards, 2 rush TDs)

    WR1: John Brown- 209 FPs (9 TDs, 1,111 yards, 44 receptions)

    WR2: Jermaine Kearse-207 FPs (9 TDs,1,053 yards, 48 receptions)

    HB1: Todd Gurley-225 FPs (1,148 yards, 12 TDs, 2 fumbles, 24 receptions, 179 rec yards)


    HB2: Marshawn Lynch-204 FPs (1,418 yards, 6 TDs, 1 fumble, 8 receptions, 139 rec yards, 1 rec TD)

    TE: Jared Cook-197 FPs (58 receptions, 7 TDs, 968 yards)

    Flex: Kerwynn Williams-202 FPs ( 873 yards, 9 TDs, 3 fumbles, 25 receptions, 359 rec yards, 1 rec TDs)

    K: Steven hauschka-147 FPs (42 XPs, 20 FGM {0-49}, 8 FGM 50+)

    Team Defense: Seattle Seahawks

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    NOTE: I used default score settings to calculate FPs. I also used PPR format.
     
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  2. hskr8128

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    How many points behind Lynch would Hyde have been?
     
  3. Cgreen214

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    Carlos Hyde had 186 FPs. I thought Hyde was going to at least be flex, but Kerwynn Williams receiving stats boosted him on up there. The difference between Lynch and Hyde was about 200 more yards give or take.
     
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    This is sweet, great job man! Should do the NFCE :cool:
     
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    NFC East All Fantasy Team

    QB: Eli Manning-217 FPs (4,486 yards, 28 TDs, 26 INTs, 42 sacks,100 yards rushing, 2 rushing TDs, 1 fumble)

    WR1: Dez Bryant-297 FPs (66 rec., 1470 yards, 14 TDs)

    WR2: Jordan Mathews-220 FPs (59 rec., 1,008 yards, 10 TDs)

    HB1: Rashad Jennings-324 FPs (1,440 yards, 12 TDs, 2 fumbles, 52 receptions, 467 receiving yards, 2 rec. TDs)

    HB2: Demarco Murray -263 FPs (1,518 yards, 13 TDs, 2 fumbles, 17 receptions, 199 rec. yards)

    TE: Jordan Reed-234 FPs (1,192 yards, 73 rec., 7 TDs)

    Flex: Joseph Randle-231 FPs (1,058 yards, 12 TDs, 3 fumbles, 25 rec., 277 rec. yards, 1 rec. TD)

    K: Josh Brown-152 FPs

    Team Defense: Philadelphia Eagles-176 FPs

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  6. Black Republican

    Black Republican TMFL Commish -- **ISYMFS** --

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    Silly question, but how are QBS scoring out so low compared to the other positions ? What's the scoring ?
     
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    QBs get 1 point per 25 passing yards and only 4 points per TD, so that's the main reason they are scoring lower. Plus they have Ints, sacks, and fumbles. Their rushing yards and TDs are scored like RBs though.
     
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    Here is what I used:

    DEFAULT NFL-MANAGED SCORING SETTINGS
    OFFENSE

    • Passing Yards: 1 point per 25 yards passing
    • Passing Touchdowns: 4 points
    • Interceptions: -2 points
    • Rushing Yards: 1 point per 10 yards
    • Rushing Touchdowns: 6 points
    • Receiving Yards: 1 point per 10 yards
    • Receiving Touchdowns: 6 points
    • Fumble Recovered for a Touchdown: 6 points
    • 2-Point Conversions: 2 points
    • Fumbles Lost: -2 points
    KICKING

    • PAT Made: 1 point
    • FG Made (0-49 yards): 3 points
    • FG Made (50+ yards): 5 points
    DEFENSE TEAM

    • Sacks: 1 point
    • Interceptions: 2 points
    • Fumbles Recovered: 2 points
    • Safeties: 2 points
    • Defensive Touchdowns: 6 points
    • Kick and Punt Return Touchdowns: 6 points
    • Points Allowed (0): 10 points
    • Points Allowed (1-6): 7 points
    • Points Allowed (7-13): 4 points
    • Points Allowed (14-20): 1 points
    • Points Allowed (21-27): 0 points
    • Points Allowed (28-34): -1 points
    • Points Allowed (35+): -4 points
    GENERAL SCORING SETTINGS
    I added 1 point per reception and -1 for sack
     
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    If this was real life. Fantasy owners would been so mad about Dez setting the last two games. Still he had a big year
     
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    Sherman gonna shut down dirty Dez Rd 1.
     
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    If you're playing in a fantasy league that isn't wrapped up by week 15, you are in the wrong league!
     
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    Don't some leagues use the last few weeks as playoffs?
     
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    Not any leagues I play in! Ain't nobody got time for rested players and picking up second stringers on waivers just to have a chance!
     
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    NFC North All Fantasy Team

    QB: Mathew Stafford-258 (5,177 yards, 29 TDs, 17 Ints, 31 sacks, 65 yards rushing, 1 rush TD, 6 fumbles)

    WR1: Kevin White-327 (1,740 yards, 13 TDs, 77 receptions, 1 fumble)

    WR2: Calvin Johnson-303 (1,578 yards, 11 TDs, 82 receptions, 1 fumble)

    HB1: Matt Forte-342 (1,328 yards, 11 TDs, 1 fumble, 51 receptions, 642 rec. yards, 5 rec. TDs)

    HB2: Eddie Lacy-308 (1,068 yards, 10 TDs, 1 fumble, 62 receptions, 547 rec. yards, 3 rec. TDs)

    TE: Orson Charles-188 (80 rec., 899 yards, 3 TDs)

    Flex: Adrian Peterson-266 (1,772 yards, 9 TDs, 1 fumble, 16 receptions, 148 rec. yards, 1 rec. TD)

    K: Robbie Gould-129

    Team D: Bears-131

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    Wow given the year AD had can't believe he finished behind both Forte and Lacy.
     
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    Because Big Suge Knight cheats lol
     
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    Its those receptions. Some crazy receptions for RBs in the North and East
     
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    Thats why I dont like PPR for fantasy football in real life.
     
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    Damn you ain't lyin lol! I see that now. Gonna have to phase Sproles out of my offense and get DeMarco more touches :barefoot:
     
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    NFC South All Fantasy Team

    QB: Drew Brees-269 (4,627 yards, 37 TDs, 24 Ints, 35 sacks, 131 rushing yards, 2 rush TDs, 3 fumbles)

    WR1: Brandin Cooks-295 (72 rec., 1547 yards, 12 TDs, 2 fumbles)

    WR2: Julio Jones-210 (66 rec., 1202 yards, 4 TDs)

    HB1: Jonathan Stewart-256 (1246 yards, 6 TDs, 1 fumble, 29 rec., 375 rec. yards, 5 rec. TDs)

    HB2: Mark Ingram-250 (984 yards, 8 TDs, 4 fumbles, 42 rec., 517 rec. yards, 3 rec. TDs)

    TE: Greg Olsen-198 (976 yards, 69 rec., 5 TDs)

    Flex: Tevin Coleman-247 (1012 yards, 13 TDs, 6 fumbles, 29 rec., 331 rec. yards, 3 rec. TDs)

    K: Graham Gano-172

    Team D: Carolina Panthers-264

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    NFC Best of the Best Fantasy Squad

    QB: Drew Brees
    WR1: Kevin White
    WR2: Calvin Johnson
    HB1: Matt Forte
    HB2: Rashad Jennings
    TE: Jordan Reed
    Flex: Eddie Lacy
    K: Graham Gano
    Team D: Carolina Panthers
     
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    That's sweet man thanks for the stats.
     
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    I've got WR & TE to throw to. He only had nine tds so that's not helping him either
     
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    Mariotta 2nd only to Brees in fantasy scoring...
     

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