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10.27.13 San Francisco @ Jacksonville


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#1 Cmilne23

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:14 PM

Dead serious question, could Alabama or Oregon beat Jacksonville? I legitimately think they could. This is by far the worst football team I have ever seen. About 60% of these scrubs wouldn't be on another NFL roster.

#2 Andrewm110

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:15 PM

Dead serious question, could Alabama or Oregon beat Jacksonville? I legitimately think they could. This is by far the worst football team I have ever seen. About 60% of these scrubs wouldn't be on another NFL roster.


No. They wouldn't.

This is a slaughter though. Jags are definitely going to be in the Teddy Bridgewater sweepstakes.

12 Team, 2 QB, PPR - No Bench

QB - Drew Brees, Tom Brady
RB - Justin Forsett, Lamar Miller, Steven Jackson
WR - Jordy Nelson*, Alshon Jeffery, Mike Evans
TE - Delanie Walker
FLEX - Roddy White
K - Cody Parkey
DEF - Eagles

INJ - Victor Cruz
* = Keeper


#3 CyberneticGhostOfXMasPast

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:16 PM

Dead serious question, could Alabama or Oregon beat Jacksonville? I legitimately think they could. This is by far the worst football team I have ever seen. About 60% of these scrubs wouldn't be on another NFL roster.


An NFL team is a college allstar team.

Yes, they would beat Alabama.

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:16 PM

Dead serious question, could Alabama or Oregon beat Jacksonville? I legitimately think they could. This is by far the worst football team I have ever seen. About 60% of these scrubs wouldn't be on another NFL roster.


This has been discussed a million times and the answer is a profound no.Jacksonville's own is a perfect example why, Joekel, the most dominant O lineman in the college football last year, was getting destroyed in every start in the NFL. Terrible NFL team or not, there is no way a team of 20 year olds could beat a grown man NFL team.

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:16 PM

Blackmon: 1 catch, 3 yards. Maybe garbage time points in second half.

QB: M.Stafford

RB: E.Lacy, M.Ingram, R.Matthews, J.Starks

WR: Julio Jones, E.Sanders, S.Smith Sr, D.Moncrief, H.Douglas

TE: Series of clowns

K: M.Bryant

DST: Streaming


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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:17 PM


Dead serious question, could Alabama or Oregon beat Jacksonville? I legitimately think they could. This is by far the worst football team I have ever seen. About 60% of these scrubs wouldn't be on another NFL roster.


No. They wouldn't.

This is a slaughter though. Jags are definitely going to be in the Teddy Bridgewater sweepstakes.


I think Mariotta from Oregon is going to be the #1 QB prospect.

I usually laugh at the college vs. pro team questions. But I think this Jacksonville team is the worst team ever created. They literally have zero bright spots or anything to hang your hat on. Maybe Blackmon but that is it. This team sucks and has very few pieces for the future.

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:17 PM

Blackmon: 1 catch, 3 yards. Maybe garbage time points in second half.


At this point root for SF to keep scoring. Then we get garbage time vs. backups.

12 Team, 2 QB, PPR - No Bench

QB - Drew Brees, Tom Brady
RB - Justin Forsett, Lamar Miller, Steven Jackson
WR - Jordy Nelson*, Alshon Jeffery, Mike Evans
TE - Delanie Walker
FLEX - Roddy White
K - Cody Parkey
DEF - Eagles

INJ - Victor Cruz
* = Keeper


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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:18 PM

kyle Williams, gtfo

12 team standard non-PPR (starters)(flex w/r/t)(bench) (8-5) #3 seed
QB: Luck, Vick
WR: Brandon Marshall, Kelvin Benjamin, Jarvis Landry
RB: Matt Forte, Fred Jackson, Adrian Peterson, Montee Ball, Andre Williams, Marion Grice
TE: Rudolph, Cameron 
K: Hauschka
D/ST: Houston(weekly streaming)

14 team, 1 point per reception (starters)(flex w/r/t)(bench) (7-6) #6 seed
QB: Rivers, Vick
WR: D. Thomas, K. Allen, Decker
RB: D. Murray, Ingram, Fred JacksonVereen, Joseph Randle, Adrian Peterson
TE: Reed 
IDP: Worrilow
K: Tucker
D/ST: Rams(weekly streaming)


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Posted 27 October 2013 - 01:20 PM

Boldin better come away with some points....
12 person (2QB auction league)
QB: Eli Manning (NYG), Alex Smith (KC), Jason Campbell (Cle); Scott Tolzien (GB); Ryan Fitzpatrick (Ten)
WR: Jordy Nelson (GB), Michael Crabtree (SF), Riley Cooper (Phi); Rishard Matthews (Mia); Jericho Cotchery (Pit)

RB: Giovani Bernard (Cin), Shane Vereen (NE); Rashad Jennings (Oak)
TE: Tony Gonzalez (Atl)
K: Stephen Gostkowski
DEF: Carolina



12 person (standard league)
QB: Mike Glennon (TB); Russell Wilson (Sea)
WR: Demaryius Thomas (Den), Calvin Johnson (Det), Brandon Marshall (Chi), Keenan Allen (SD)
RB: Zac Stacy (StL), Steven Jackson (Atl), Andre Ellington (Ari), Andre Brown (NYG); Rashad Jennings (Oak)
TE: Rob Gronkowski (NE), Julius Thomas (Den)
K: Stephen Gostkowski
DEF: Houston