Opening in $30 Salary League

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Opening in $30 Salary League

Postby outrage » Wed May 29, 2019 5:50 pm


We're ready to start our offseason (contract extensions, rookie draft, free agent draft), but have a MIA owner so need to replace him.

$30 league, 12 teams, QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, WR, TE, Flex, K, D. Removing K and adding an additional flex starting next season. Non-IDP. $1000 salary cap. Combined H2H + All-Play Schedule.
League Scoring - ... 71958&O=09
League Settings - ... 71958&O=26

Available team:
Draft picks: 4.06 (2020 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th)
QB: Brady ($67/2), Allen ($16/3), Keenum ($25/1), McCarron ($1/0), Hoyer ($1/0)
RB: Zeke ($58/5), Ingram ($88/1), McCoy ($184/0), Gore ($1/0), Powell ($51/0)
WR: Hopkins ($68/5), Diggs ($6/4), Cooks ($57/3), J. Nelson ($94/1), Jaron Brown ($1/0), Terrance Williams ($1/0)
TE: Rudolph ($68/2), Goedert ($21/3), Dickson ($1/0) ... =07&F=0010

This team has some A+ assets, notably Zeke for only $58 for 5 years. Arguably the best contract in the entire league. Hopkins at $68 for 5 years is right behind him. Same with Diggs for only $6 for 4 years. Cooks is really solid too, so this team has some studs on great contracts. The problem is depth and lack of draft picks for this year, but it would still be a fun team to take over.

To touch on a rule briefly, each owner gets 3 contract extensions every year. So just because a player's contract might be 0, you could extend that player and their current salary. Check out the league settings/rules to get more information, and I'll happily discuss this and all rules with you further.

If interested, please send me a PM and tell me a little about yourself and your fantasy experience. Salary league experience is not required, just be up to the challenge and extra effort needed.

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