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F**d**w Inside Sales 12-Team 50/50 League Snake Draft done on 8/30/2011

Inside the Redzone staff September 3, 2011 2

 

by Inside the Redzone staff – Bill Seng

 

This is the final result of the F**d**w Inside Sales Fantasy Football draft. It was held on Tuesday, August 30, 2011. It was a 12-team, 50/50 league.  Later that evening the news broke about Arian Foster’s hamstring. “Tim” drafted Foster with his first pick. The next day he expressed, “I probably wouldn’t have drafted him (Foster) with his hamstring, but I wouldn’t know who I would have drafted instead.”

The draft took place in a major city in the Midwest, hence some bias may be towards Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers players. It was not done by experts (although a few will disagree!), but every day people who play fantasy football for fun. This is a good glimpse on their perceived current fantasy value of running backs, wide receivers, quarterbacks, and tight ends.

 

 

 

 

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12 team | 50-50 League | fantasy football snake draft

This draft was held just minutes before the big Arian Foster hamstring news.

 

 

2 Comments »

  1. ffl insider September 4, 2011 at 12:08 am -

    Surprised to see Brady go undrafted until the 3rd round if I’m reading the chart correctly. Wells looks to have gone early considering he’s not been consistent even though Hightower is gone now I don’t see him dominating this year. Roy Williams seems to have slipped in a lot of leagues. Is it his BA?

  2. MH September 5, 2011 at 3:17 pm -

    Green-Ellis is the 6th round. That seems really late and a great value pick. Last yeah he was and RB#2 who scored TD’s like an RB#1 getting him that late makes that team really deep.