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    If you need more folks, I'd be happy to dominate you guys.

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    Dappered Fantasy Football?

    Just so you guys know I didn't forget about this. I will get on it soon but am choosing not to set up the league via my iPad. My laptop died and my charger is somewhere else right now ;(

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    Okay. I have my laptop back. since we now have 14 again, how about we let everyone play? I was thinking since it may be slim pickings with 14 teams, does anyone have any objections to dropping the fixed TE spot? So just 2 RBs and 2 WR a flex without a spot dedicated to TEs?

    Thoughts?

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    I really like a designated TE, and ESPN has 15 or so projected to score 80 points next season, and that is leaving off guys like Jordan Reed, Brent Celek, Jermaine Gresham plus any random player that plays out of his mind next season. I think it adds to the draft in that it forces one to determine the value they put on a TE, just the same as a QB.

    I vote yes to a TE. It makes the waiver wire battle every week more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Young Florida Lawyer View Post
    I really like a designated TE, and ESPN has 15 or so projected to score 80 points next season, and that is leaving off guys like Jordan Reed, Brent Celek, Jermaine Gresham plus any random player that plays out of his mind next season. I think it adds to the draft in that it forces one to determine the value they put on a TE, just the same as a QB.

    I vote yes to a TE. It makes the waiver wire battle every week more interesting.
    Well you can still have a TE. The Flex can be a RB WR or TE. It would just stop you from having 2 TEs playing. Another option would be to eliminate the flex spot.

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    I will defer on this one. I can see how a top tier te can really give an edge in a deep league though. One bad injury at that spot and you are done for the year if you drafted high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idvsego View Post
    I will defer on this one. I can see how a top tier te can really give an edge in a deep league though. One bad injury at that spot and you are done for the year if you drafted high.
    Good point. I'm cool with a flex position.

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    drop the te. will we lose a bench spot, too?

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    Same amount of starters and roster spots, you can just start a wr instead of a te

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    @zcm, you can count me out. I am probably in too many leagues already, give someone else a chance..

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