Thursday, January 11, 2007

Winning Team for $300 or Less - Part 2

Last week I posted three teams that would you get you the most bang for your buck in NFL.com's Fantasy Football Playoff Leagues. Unfortunately if you listened to me you probably aren't winning right now, but you shouldn't be in last place either. The teams I created seemed to be average-joe type teams so you should be sitting somewhere right in the middle (like me!).

For the Divisional Round I have created 3 teams that you can choose from that will get you (and I) back on track.

Here is my featured team:
Quarterback: Jeff Garcia $25
Running Back 1:
LaDainian Tomlinson $85
Running Back 2: Brian Westbrook $56
Wide Receiver 1: Reggie Wayne $40
Wide Receiver 2:
Marques Colston $32
Tight End:
Jerramy Stevens $9
Kicker:
Adam Vinatieri $23
Defense:
San Diego Chargers $28
Total Cost: $298

Alternative Lineup #1:
Quarterback: Drew Brees $65
Running Back 1:
LaDainian Tomlinson $85
Running Back 2:
Jamal Lewis $37
Wide Receiver 1:
Bernard Berrian $23
Wide Receiver 2:
Marques Colston $32
Tight End:
Jerramy Stevens $9
Kicker:
Stephen Gostkowski $21
Defense:
Seattle Seahawks $24
Total Cost: $296

Alternative Lineup #2:
Quarterback: Jeff Garcia $25
Running Back 1:
LaDainian Tomlinson $85
Running Back 2:
Jamal Lewis $37
Wide Receiver 1:
Reggie Wayne $40
Wide Receiver 2:
Marques Colston $32
Tight End:
Ben Watson $18
Kicker:
Matt Stover $26
Defense:
Chicago Bears $38
Total Cost: $300

After putting together those lineups, I'm really torn between my featured lineup and Alternative #2. I think those are both very solid teams. It's a tough call, good luck this weekend!

Here are my picks for this weekend's games:

San Diego def. New England
Baltimore def. Indianapolis
New Orleans def. Philadelphia
Chicago def. Seattle

2 comments:

Brice said...

No no, Philadelphia is going to beat New Orleans. Philly has the momentum on their side and they are playing better with Garcia then they were with McNabb at the helm. The Saints may have all the "New Orleans" crap surrounding them, but they were 4-4 at home and 6-2 when they were away. Don't count the Eagles out.

Pratt said...

Care to retract that statement? ;)