Kelsae Avengers

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2017

Coach Stuart had a rotten draft in the recent 2017 Earlston Fantasy Football League draft. Their Kelsae Avengers franchise came away with the number 10 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.

Kelsae Avengers made their best pick of the draft in round 4, selecting Kareem Hunt with the 42nd pick of the draft, as compared to the 37th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “He has a lot of upside potential,” Kelsae Avengers coach Stuart said.

Kelsae Avengers made their worst pick of the draft in round 2, selecting Doug Baldwin with the 18th pick of the draft, as compared to the 24th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “I know some are thinking that he will be this year’s Ryan Leaf,” Kelsae Avengers coach Stuart said.

Starting in week 10, Kelsae Avengers won’t be able to submit a full lineup, due to having 1 defensive team on bye.

Kelsae Avengers nabbed the Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Team in the 12th round, which reflects the fact that he was the number one ranked defensive team for the 2016 season, based on this league’s custom scoring rules.

With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Stuart should be able to turn their 10th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.

PICK PLAYER EXPECTED ACTUAL POINTS
1.07 Gordon, Melvin LAC RB 9 7 56
2.06 Baldwin, Doug SEA WR 24 18 78
3.07 Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR 39 31 64
4.06 Hunt, Kareem KCC RB 37 42 -27
5.07 Martin, Doug TBB RB 65 55 40
6.06 Marshall, Brandon NYG WR 74 66 24
7.07 Riddick, Theo DET RB 106 79 61
8.06 Walker, Delanie TEN TE 78 90 -21
9.07 Davis, Corey TEN WR 109 103 8
10.06 Rivers, Philip LAC QB 104 114 -10
11.07 Perine, Samaje WAS RB 135 127 5
12.06 Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def 111 138 -13
13.07 Howard, O.J. TBB TE 144 151 -2
14.06 Bailey, Dan DAL PK 152 162 -1
15.07 Stills, Kenny MIA WR 180 175 0
Total: 262

2016

Coach Stuart had a ordinary draft in the recent 2016 Earlston Fantasy Football League draft. Their Kelsae Avengers franchise came away with the number 4 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.

Kelsae Avengers made their best pick of the draft in round 3, selecting Cam Newton with the 29th pick of the draft, as compared to the 16th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “He has a lot of upside potential,” Kelsae Avengers coach Stuart said.

Kelsae Avengers made their worst pick of the draft in round 5, selecting Matt Jones with the 53rd pick of the draft, as compared to the 74th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “His attitude is a question mark,” Kelsae Avengers coach Stuart said.

Kelsae Avengers nabbed Cam Newton in the 3rd round, which reflects the fact that he was thenumber one ranked quarterback for the 2015 season, based on this league’s custom scoring rules.

With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Stuart should be able to turn their 4th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.

Pick Player Expected Actual Points
1.05 Johnson, David ARI RB 5 5 0
2.08 Evans, Mike TBB WR 19 20 -13
3.05 Newton, Cam CAR QB 16 29 -104
4.08 Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR 47 44 16
5.05 Jones, Matt WAS RB 74 53 84
6.08 Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB 94 68 78
7.05 Matthews, Jordan PHI WR 59 77 -41
8.08 Austin, Tavon RAM WR 108 92 28
9.05 Henry, Derrick TEN RB 90 101 -14
10.08 Graham, Jimmy SEA TE 114 116 -2
11.05 Diggs, Stefon MIN WR 99 125 -18
12.08 Cook, Jared GBP TE 148 140 4
13.05 Morris, Alfred DAL RB 161 149 3
14.08 McManus, Brandon DEN PK 180 164 2
15.05 Raiders, Oakland OAK Def 180 173 0
Total: 23

2015

Coach Stuart and the Kelsae Avengers franchise came away with the number 6 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.

 

A strong rookie draft built on a combination of RB-WR in the shape of Eddie Lacy and Calvin Johnson. Overall the Avengers look very strong at WR with a number of strong contributors beyond Megatron. Jordan Matthews and Jeremy Maclin should see a large number of targets and Eric Decker and Terrance Williams are strong bye week replacements.

TJ Yeldon is the no2 RB. Coach Stuart will be hoping he has more help than Toby Gerhart last year. Rashard Jennings is a great No3 and Bishop Sankey provides emergency depth.

Matt Stafford and Sam Bradford will vie for the No1 QB role, but the decision to roll with the oft-injured Kyle Rudolph as the sole TE may haunt the Avengers.

Connor Barth was cut in pre-season, but the Chiefs should be a strong DST.

With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Stuart should be able to turn their 6th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.

2015 Draft

Pick Player Expected Actual Points
1.04 Lacy, Eddie GBP RB 3 4 -28
2.09 Johnson, Calvin DET WR 18 21 -39
3.04 Matthews, Jordan PHI WR 36 28 64
4.09 Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB 63 45 99
5.04 Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR 55 52 12
6.09 Jennings, Rashad NYG RB 79 69 30
7.04 Decker, Eric NYJ WR 110 76 77
8.09 Stafford, Matthew DET QB 66 93 -47
9.04 Sankey, Bishop TEN RB 116 100 21
10.09 Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE 136 117 19
11.04 Bradford, Sam PHI QB 82 124 -30
12.09 Williams, Terrance DAL WR 119 141 -11
13.04 Oliver, Branden SDC RB 180 148 9
14.09 Barth, Connor FA* PK 180 165 2
15.04 Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def 174 172 0
Total: 178
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