College football started this week, and on that note, here are several fantasy league rosters filled with players that should probably go back to college. Unless they went to college at Oklahoma or Ole Miss. Yikes.
These are the final six roster overviews of the JMWL. If you're new, the idea of the league is to create a team of players that plays enough to have some impact in a game, but doesn't play well. In other words, we're striving for the mediocrity given to the Texans by Jonathan Wells in 2002.
On to the rosters!
Spoon feed peoples - JimboTexan
I think Best probably outperforms the starting lineup, and I think Garrard is probably a cut above the line of bad for this league. Otherwise, it looks like a pretty solid team. Kicking myself for not nabbing Derrick Mason, as he's a perfect fit for this league.
Return Of Stacy Mack - Rivers McCown
I went over my picks here.
Grade: B+. I don't think this is a winning roster simply because it has too much irrelevance. But it was more fun to draft it that way.
NOLANDERSGONNAFUCKUUPSOHARD - Nolander
Nollie missed the draft but came up with a pretty good team out of the leftovers regardless. My only complaint would be that he's banking a little too hard on certain teams to regress (Chiefs, Bengals), but he's got his bases pretty well covered. Derek Anderson should probably start week 1, and he'll need a new kicker as well in all probability.
Multiple Scorgasms - AllenOU
This team nee
This team needs some work.
The QB handcuffs are, of course, genius, but I'm not sure his running backs will get enough carries to function as a plus. Williamson and Stallworth were both cut, and I am not sure who Chansi Stuckey is, but he sounds like a Pokemon.
11 Tight End Set - Shake
Might have one of the top three WR corps in the league, and badly needs to use that to trade for some bad quarterbacks, because he might not even have a Week 1 starter there. The only RB I see that he can use is Taylor, and there's really no need to have 3 kickers in any league, ever.
Tony Hollings' Opus - WorstFan
Tough break on cut-down day as he lost his starting QB, but this team has a lot of depth at other positions and could probably spring a trade to acquire another one if necessary. Housh signing elsewhere would definitely help as well.
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