Now that Week 5 is wrapping up and all teams have played at least 4 games lets have some fun and put a roster together for the first 1/4 all underperforming all stars. I'm assuming everyone is in more than one league but if not then maybe just fill out the best you can. Only rule is that you actually have to own the player in at least one league, no cheating. Let's fill it out as a regular roster.
1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, W/R/T flex, Kicker and defense optional.
I'll start it off.
QB - Stafford(I own him in every single league so I literally have no choice but to put him here.)
RB - Martin
RB - T-Rich
WR - Bowe
WR - Larry Fitz
WR - Chris Givens
TE - Cook
Flex - CJ Spiler
Show me the best roster of scrubs you got.
EDIT: For those who don't get it the first time through, I don't think Stafford is underperforming. I just own him in every league so based on the rule that I made I can't put any other QBs.
Edited by GottaGetTheWin, 06 October 2013 - 10:08 PM.
Stafford! Come on..He has been very good except for this week, and sitll not bad. He is not a bust
If you read the thing directly after Staffords name, literally right after it, I said that I own Stafford in every single league so based on the rules of the game that I made I had to put him there. I don't really think he is underperforming he has been playing great. Even played well today with craptastic group catching passes from him.
QB1 RG3 (with respect to the propagandized bull**** spewed by 'Dr.' James Andrews, on behalf of the team)
QB2 Tom Brady - not his fault
WR2 AJ Green
WR3 Dwayne Bowe
RB1 C.J. Spiller
RB2 David Wilson
TE - PATS_TE
Flex - MJD
BN1: Brandon Marshall
BN2: Trent Richardson
Honorable Coaching mentions: Jedd Fisch (OC, JAGs), Shanahans, Gruden in Cincinnati, Schotty, Hackett in Buffalo, Guy dude bro in Carolina. Terrible.
QB: Aaron Rodgers (traded a ton to get him after week 2, then he puts up 2 bad games)
RB: Ridley (thank god I got traded him away after week 1)
WR: Bowe (but what did you really expect?)
TE: Jared Cook
FLEX: Ridley, Trent Richardson, MJD, Roddy White
QB: Peyton Manning, Tom Brady
RB: Matt Forte, Leveon Bell, Jeremy Hill, Lorenzo Taliaferro
WR: Dez Bryant, Ty Hilton, Emmanuel Sanders, Larry Fitzgerald
TE: Julius Thomas, Dwayne Allen
K: Justin Tucker
QB - RGIII (Statistically not that bad, but in one league I have P Manning & Rivers, another Romo & RGIII)
RB - CJ Spiller
RB - Lamar Miller
WR - Mike Wallace
WR - Stevie Johnson
WR - Pierre Garcon (really don't have another underperfomer - I'm WR strong)
TE - Brandon Myers (I mean, not nearly an all-star...)
Flex - Steven Jackson
QB: Luck (out of him or Romo, and Romo just won me this week)
WR: R. White
DEF: Bengals (only play good on my bench vs. NE, GB and other stud offenses)
Going into the season you would think this team would be a power house. But f--- no. Still with only 1 win after this week. 10 team, Yahoo Pro league.
QB: Cam Newton, Russell Wilson
RB: Trent Richardson, Chris Johnson, Maurice Jones-Drew, Gio Bernard, LeGarrette Blount
WR: Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, Eric Decker, Josh Gordon
TE: Rob Gronkowski, Jermichael Finley
Only guy I didn't draft was Blount.
14 Team RW Mock Real League - .5 PPR, 6 pt. passing TDs
QB: Sam Bradford
RB1: Adrian Peterson
RB2: Melvin Gordon
WR1: Mike Evans
WR2: Golden Tate
W/R/T: Jarvis Landry
W/R/T: Roddy White
TE: Jordan Cameron
Bench: Isaiah Crowell, Chris Johnson, Carson Palmer, Ladarius Green, Antonio Gates, Travaris Cadet
Aaron Rodgers. Two dud games throughout four games.
Team 1: 12 Teams 0.5pt PPR (8-5) QB: Russell Wilson, Johnny Manziel WR: Randall Cobb, Jordan Matthews, Deandre Hopkins, Reggie Wayne, Percey Harvin RB: Marshawn Lynch, Mark Ingram, Isaiah Crowell TE: Dwayne Allen, Coby Fleener K: Mason Crosby DEF: Lions
Team 2: 12 Teams 1.0pt PPR (13-0) QB: Andrew Luck WR: Jordy Nelson, Kelvin Benjamin, Branden Lafell, Jarvis Landry, Charles Johnson, Eric Decker RB: DeMarco Murray, Shane Vereen, Jeremy Hill, Bishop Sankey, TE: Rob Gronkowski, K: Shayne Graham DEF: Lions, Chiefs
If you honestly expected Carson Palmer to be all-star caliber, you're doing this wrong.
True - you can replace Palmer with Luck. I didn't expect Palmer to be all-star level, but considering he put up decent numbers with Oakland last year, I thought that with better offensive weapons and a pass-happy scheme that he would surely improve on his 2012 campaign. Boy, was I wrong.