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NFL's Best Offensive Arsenals

Postby dlf4lyfe » Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:23 am

My brother in law just sent me this article from ESPN http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/2016 ... nfl-season. He was all excited because his Dolphins made the top 3. I tried to bring him down to earth to tell him they should barely be scratching the top 10. Agree/disagree?

Top 10 on the list has me scratching my head. I have a hard time putting any validity into an article that does not factor in the QB or OL. Even with that said, I am having a hard time not trying to re-rank this overall list!

10. Bucs
9. Cards
8. Raiders
7. Chargers
6. Bengals
5. Cowboys
4. Falcons
3. Phins
2. Steelers
1. Pats
10 team | 10 Keepers | .5 ppr | QB | RBx2 | WRx2 | RB/WR/TE | WR/TE | K | D/ST

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QB: Wilson
RB: Bell | Ingram | Woodhead | Riddick | Gio | Hill | Charles | Ware (IR)
WR/TE: Nelson | Baldwin | Snead | Crabtree | Cobb | Tate | Thielen | Meredith (IR)

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Re: NFL's Best Offensive Arsenals

Postby skip » Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:40 am

The QB doesn't even concern me with Miami. They have exactly ONE dependable weapon on offense in Jarvis Landry. Ajayi is suspect. Parker even more so. A bunch of otherwise middling WRs and basically no TE. I'm not on board with every team he put in the top 10 but ahead of the Falcons, Bengals, Chargers, Raiders? I think ESPN missed a layoff in all of their cuts. Or maybe this joker hacked the web site.
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Re: NFL's Best Offensive Arsenals

Postby dlf4lyfe » Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:43 am

:lol: exactly!
10 team | 10 Keepers | .5 ppr | QB | RBx2 | WRx2 | RB/WR/TE | WR/TE | K | D/ST

More CowBell
QB: Wilson
RB: Bell | Ingram | Woodhead | Riddick | Gio | Hill | Charles | Ware (IR)
WR/TE: Nelson | Baldwin | Snead | Crabtree | Cobb | Tate | Thielen | Meredith (IR)

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Re: NFL's Best Offensive Arsenals

Postby Space Cowboy » Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:19 pm

skip wrote:
Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:40 am
The QB doesn't even concern me with Miami. They have exactly ONE dependable weapon on offense in Jarvis Landry. Ajayi is suspect. Parker even more so. A bunch of otherwise middling WRs and basically no TE. I'm not on board with every team he put in the top 10 but ahead of the Falcons, Bengals, Chargers, Raiders? I think ESPN missed a layoff in all of their cuts. Or maybe this joker hacked the web site.
Well said. I'm even slightly excited for carroo because I too don't believe in the ajayis, JT, Parker or stills. Or Kenyon drake for that matter.
14 team PPR TE premium. 1 QB 1 TE Start 5 --- 0-3 RB 0-5 WR 0-5 TE + IDP
QB: Rivers, Winston
RB: Cohen, Ekeler, Conner, Henderson
WR: Evans, Diggs, Baldwin, Landry, Cooper, Treadwell, Hollins, Maline, Reynolds, Meredith (IR)
TE: Engram, Henry, Howard, Kroft, Doyle, Ebron, Swoope

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QB: Prescott, Brees, Trubisky, Beathard, C Jones, Rush, Romo
RB: Gurley, Howard, Collins, Darkwa, Zenner, M Davis, Ward
WR: Crowder, Inman, Hogan, Maclin, Richardson, Rogers, Ty Williams, Malone
TE: Hooper, ASJ, O'Leary, Seal-Jones, Heuremann, Sprinkle
IR: David Johnson, Joe Williams, C Henderson

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Re: NFL's Best Offensive Arsenals

Postby btaylor383 » Tue Aug 15, 2017 12:17 pm

How does New Orleans not make this list? I know Brees plays a massive part in their success but it's not like they don't have great weapons.
12 team, .5ppr, 6pt QB TD, 22 man roster

QB - Russell Wilson, Eli Manning, DeShone Kizer
RB - Derrick Henry, CJ Prosise, Chris Thompson, Marlon Mack, De'Angelo Henderson, Jeremy McNichols
WR - Amari Cooper, Corey Davis, Jeremy Maclin, Josh Doctson, Chris Conley, Quincy Enunwa, Curtis Samuel, Laquon Treadwell, Leonte Carroo, Chris Godwin, Jeff Janis, Chad Williams,
TE - Jack Doyle, David Njoku, Tyler Higbee
2 2018 1st, 2018 2nd, 2018 3rd, 2 2019 1st, 2019 2nd, 2019 3rd

12 team, .5ppr, Superflex, 25 man roster

QB - Russell Wilson, Andy Dalton, Tyrod Taylor, AJ McCarron, Brett Hundley
RB - Todd Gurley, LeSean McCoy, Alvin Kamara, Danny Woodhead, Ameer Abdullah, Mike Davis, Travaris Cadet, Malcolm Brown, Byron Marshall
WR -Antonio Brown, Adam Thielen, Dez Bryant, Michael Crabtree, Golden Tate[/b], Djax, Pierre Garcon, Ted Ginn,
TE - Jimmy Graham, ASJ, Jason Witten

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