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Fantasy College Football Team

Posted on: July 31, 2009 9:00 am
Edited on: July 31, 2009 9:01 am
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I'm part of the Tuscaloosa League. Cool My players are gonna be:
QB: Jevan Snead- potential break out season, Ole Miss is highly ranked and I believe he's the 4th best QB in the Nation.

RB: Jacquizz Rodgers- need I say more?

RB: Mark Ingram- The running game should be on his shoulders at Bama. If the OL get's it together he'll do awesome.

WR: A.J. Greene- Outstanding wide receiver for Georgia, SEC freshman of the year.

WR: Julio Jones- Alot of people are posting that he'll be double teamed this season, but he has the talent to still be productive.

WR: Ryan Broyles- OU receiver, we all know OU is a passing team. He should put up some big numbers

TE: Jermaine Gresham- same thing stated about Ryan Broyles, OU is a passing team.

K: Leigh Tiffin- should be much improved from last year. Second coming of Lane Bearden?

ST: Alabama/ Javier Arenas- Arenas will prove to be the premier return man in the nation IMO.
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Category: NCAAF
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DARK BOYS
Since: Jul 16, 2009
Posted on: September 6, 2009 6:14 pm
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Since: Feb 5, 2009
Posted on: July 31, 2009 11:32 am
 

Fantasy College Football Team

I believe that would make a pretty impressive team! I went to the Alabama/Ole Miss game this past year and I was very impressed by Jevan Snead. RBs? I'll take that. I suggest you watch some video from Trent Richardson, I believe he can give Mark a run for his money in the starting role although I do believe that (especially at the start of the season) Mark Ingram was one hell of a young running back! AJ Green is great, Julio Jones was double teamed most of the final stretch of the season and seamed to have no trouble. I could probably name a few WR that could put up similar numbers, but personally i would probably take as many players from the SEC also. Although I would like to see your ideas on a starting defense, since I am more of a defensive guy myself. Overall pretty good, but I am curious to see how Tiffin does after a decent season such as last year.


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