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Post by omgitsbabyseat on Tue May 03, 2011 8:14 pm

After the trade deadline passed, I noticed that I have quite a few young studs with tons of potential. It's really too bad that we might only play out one more season. Anyways, I made a list of the guys I believe are (and in some cases, would be) up-and-coming superstars on my team. Here are my young studs...

"A" Potential Players:
90 OVR QB Matthew Stafford: 25 y/o
90 OVR OLB Keith Rivers: 27 y/o
89 OVR RB Jonathan Stewart: 26 y/o
89 OVR TE Jermaine Gresham: 25 y/o
88 OVR OLB Rey Maualuga: 26 y/o
87 OVR MLB James Laurinaitis: 26 y/o
85 OVR DT Domata Peko: 28 y/o
79 OVR WR Jordan Shipley: 27 y/o

I'd love to see these guys keep going and finishing their careers.

What's your teams outlook for the fake future?
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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by ZgreenZ on Tue May 03, 2011 8:24 pm

I think B potential rookies should also be included with this. That said, here's my list.


84 OVR Golden Tate - A potential WR 25 years old.
83 OVR T.J Ward - A potential SS 26 years old.
80 OVR Anthony Spencer - A potential LOLB 29 years old.
89 OVR Joe Haden - A potential CB 24 years old.
88 OVR Antonio Cromartie - A potential CB 29 years old.
88 OVR Alex Mack - A potential C 27 years old.

Rookies:

73 OVR Kevin Killian - B potential C ? years old. (39.)
71 OVR Tyronne Brown - B potential TE ? years old. (39.)
74 OVR Chris Gordon - B potential SS ? years old. (42.)
71 OVR Booker Homan - B potential QB ? years old (42.)
69 OVR Derrick White - B potential DT ? years old. (38.)
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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by Katbot on Tue May 03, 2011 8:48 pm

Katskins are a team in their prime. Most players are in their late 20s. No rookies because I've focused on acquiring players who can contribute immediately. Given that all of them are locked down under contract and are still relatively young, this is a team that could probably very competitive for the next five years. Tons of cap room (90+) also gives the Katskins plenty of room to keep together the core while adding in new pieces.

A Potential

93 OVR CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie 27 y/o
91 OVR WR Vincent Jackson: 30 y/o
90 OVR MLB Paul Posluszny 28 y/o
90 OVR QB Ben Roethlisberger: 31 y/o
89 OVR FS Tanard Jackson: 27 y/o
89 OVR WR Miles Austin 28 y/o
89 OVR LT Trent Williams: 24 y/o
86 OVR CB Glover Quin Jr 27 y/o
73 OVR RT Jamaal "The Professor" Layton 23 y/o

B Potential

84 OVR HB Ahmad Bradshaw 27 y/o
83 OVR LT Andrew Whitworth: 31 y/o
83 OVR FS J.D. Nealy: 23 y/o
82 OVR TE Fred Davis 27 y/o
82 OVR HB Arian Foster: 26 y/o
81 OVR DT Jay Alford: 29 y/o
81 OVR DT Paul Soliai: 29 y/o
81 OVR CB Orlando Scandrick: 26 y/o
78 OVR HB Jerious Norwood: 29 y/o
76 OVR C Kory Lichtensteiger 28 y/o

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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by radioheadhead on Tue May 03, 2011 9:02 pm

A-POT's

97 OVR LOLB Jon Beason - 28 y/o
96 OVR RE Mario Williams - 28 y/o
90 OVR CB Brnadon Flowers - 27 y/o
89 OVR WR Bensly Blake - ? y/o (2nd Year)
88 OVR FS Michael Griffin - 28 y/o
87 OVR TE Jalen Driskell - ? y/o (2nd Year)
83 OVR HB Zefross Rheams - ? y/o (Rookie)
83 OVR WR Onaje Lewis - ? y/o (Rookie)
82 OVR DT Tyson Alualu - 26 y/o
80 OVR SS Keylo Turner - ? y/o (Rookie)

B-POT's

84 OVR HB Kenarious Fluellen - ? y/o (2nd Year)
82 OVR LOLB Kendall Weatherspoon - ? y/o (2nd Year)
82 OVR WR Brian Hartline - 26 y/o
79 OVR CB Akwasi Owusu-Ansah - 25 y/o

AND..... 3 1st Round Picks in the next draft.

Unlike the Hackskins, I only included players under 30 years old. I have plenty more talent, but have only listed the players with real potential to increase greatly.

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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by Katbot on Tue May 03, 2011 9:12 pm

radioheadhead wrote:[u][b[

Unlike the Hackskins, I only included players under 30 years old. I have plenty more talent, but have only listed the players with real potential to increase greatly..

I don't see the problem with including a couple guys who are 30 and 31. It's not like they're going to drop dead in two seasons.

Also, how long til your next fire sale? Razz

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Post by radioheadhead on Tue May 03, 2011 9:18 pm

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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by jeremy.stein on Tue May 03, 2011 10:58 pm

A-POT's

94 OVR P Donnie Jones - 8th Year
89 OVR SS Bob Sanders - 8th Year
87 OVR K Josh Brown - 9th Year


B-POT's
85 OVR HB Fred Jackson - 6th Year
85 OVR HB Clinton Portis - 10th Year
83 OVR HB LaDainian Tomlinson - 11th Year
83 OVR HB Donald Brown - 3rd Year
76 OVR QB Dan LeFevour - 2nd Year

Obviously, I see these guys as the core of my pass first offense. For years to come.

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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by mikesuszek on Wed May 04, 2011 1:02 am

radioheadhead wrote:
Also, how long til your next fire sale?


http://4thstring.forumotion.com/t342-season-3-total-trade-count#2052

Oh, Chris. Misleading as usual.

Yes, others made trades because they're GOOD at trading. You frequently, desperately put players on the block then never worked out terms with others. Then you pretend you have this almighty team that just moments before you were ready to trade off.

So yes, when IS your next fire sale? Also, any bids on zero players being traded at that point?

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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by radioheadhead on Wed May 04, 2011 1:51 am

Yes I repeatedly reminded teams I was WILLING to trade. However, I refused to accept a horrible trade. I refused to trade my players for 80 cents on the dollar. In fact, right now I'm going to out Kat for the fucking ridiculous trade offer she made.

This made my blood boil:

Mike:
(EDITED)

No, you're not going to do that. Because that's shitty.
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Re: Your Team's Potential

Post by Katbot on Wed May 04, 2011 9:29 am

Yep, I lowballed you. But then, I was pretty lukewarm on Super Mario to begin with. See, unlike you, I'm actually pretty happy with my team, and I wasn't about to tear apart a good thing for one guy. I certainly wasn't about to trade DRC for Mario, which is a fricking laugh riot if there ever was one.

It's pretty hard to get value for AAA talent in this league unless you're prepared for a wholesale makeover (see: Bengalseats). My guys are in it for the long haul.

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Post by mikesuszek on Wed May 04, 2011 9:46 am

Katbot wrote:Yep, I lowballed you. But then, I was pretty lukewarm on Super Mario to begin with. See, unlike you, I'm actually pretty happy with my team, and I wasn't about to tear apart a good thing for one guy. I certainly wasn't about to trade DRC for Mario, which is a fricking laugh riot if there ever was one.

It's pretty hard to get value for AAA talent in this league unless you're prepared for a wholesale makeover (see: Bengalseats). My guys are in it for the long haul.

I didn't even look, but it involved Mario Williams and DRC?

DRC is one of the best corners in the game. Mario Williams is a pass rusher (mediocre tackle and block shedding. I'd run right at him all day!).

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Post by mikesuszek on Wed May 04, 2011 10:03 am

For fun, I'm listing every A and B potential player I have, for better or worse:

A potentials:
WR Andre Johnson (98) 32 yrs old
WR Santonio Holmes (89) 26 yrs old
WR Anquan Boldin (87) 33 yrs old
RT Eben Britton (91) 26 yrs old
RE Will Smith (86) 32 yrs old
ROLB DeMarcus Ware (93) 31 yrs old
ROLB Brandon Hiller (88) 23 yrs old
CB Nnamdi Asomugha (96) 32 yrs old
CB Cortland Finnegan (91) 29 yrs old
SS Aspha Savage (94) 24 yrs old
P Michael Koyack (88) 24 yrs old

B potentials:
WR Lenoy Tucker (80) 23 yrs old
FB Carey Johnson (80) 24 yrs old
FB Arthur Costa (7) 22 yrs old
TE James Casey (79) 29 yrs old
C Kyle Cook (83) 30 yrs old
C Justin Hartwig (73) 34 yrs old
LG Evan Mathis (77) 31 yrs old
RG Igor Olshansky (77) 31 yrs old
LE Ryan McBean (77) 29 yrs old
LE Jonathan Fanene (71) 31 yrs old
DT Jovan Haye (81) 31 yrs old
DT Trey Lewis (76) 28 yrs old
DT Earl Mitchell (74) 26 yrs old
MLB Titus Ridder (84) 24 yrs old
MLB Dannell Ellerbe (75) 27 yrs old
MLB Keyaron Fox (69) 31 yrs old
CB Sam Shields (76) 25 yrs old
CB Sherrick McManis (72) 25 yrs old
FS Brandon McGowan (68) 30 yrs old
SS Melvin Bullitt (83) 28 yrs old
K Neil Rackers (77) 37 yrs old

I'm including every one, no matter how old they are, because I'm not trying to paint a specific picture of my team. Andre, being 32 in the league, is still at a ripe, young age. Look at most elite WRs in the NFL, and they're still kickin' at 35. Donald Driver just helped the Packers get to and win (prior to injury) the Super Bowl, and he's 36. Still got it in him, though he will retire in the upcoming years. So in the league, I expect Andre to stick around and stay as excellent as he is.

Bones isn't even on this list, as he's a C potential. I just hope his stamina and carrying stats increase into the next season.

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Post by omgitsbabyseat on Wed May 04, 2011 7:07 pm

mikesuszek wrote:Bones isn't even on this list, as he's a C potential. I just hope his stamina and carrying stats increase into the next season.

I've noticed through the seasons that stamina never goes up. Carrying might increase a little, though.
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Post by mikesuszek on Wed May 04, 2011 7:47 pm

omgitsbabyseat wrote:
mikesuszek wrote:Bones isn't even on this list, as he's a C potential. I just hope his stamina and carrying stats increase into the next season.

I've noticed through the seasons that stamina never goes up. Carrying might increase a little, though.

Yeah, I don't know what I was thinking. Stamina, injury, and toughness almost never change. I've seen it change once, maybe twice compared to standard rosters.

Guess I'll keep splitting carries. He tires out so quick!

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