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Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:01 PM

Year pre-one 0-16
Year one 5-11
Year two 7-9
Year three 10-6 wild card #5 seed (10-7 total record)
Year four 10-6 won divison #4 seed, won first game (11-7 total record)
Year five 12-4 won divison #2 seed, won first game (13-5 total record)
Year six 15-1 won division #1 seed, won Super Bowl (18-1 total record)
Year seven 14-2 wild card #5 seed, won first game (15-3 total record)
Year eight 12-4 won division, made it to Super Bowl (14-5 total record)
Year nine 11-5. wild card #5, won first game (12-6 total record)
Year ten 9-7

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:01 PM

These are all of the records we have at the end of the dynasty:

CB Robbie Ramon:

Career, most picks, 57. The next highest has 51.

Tied with two others for most picks in a season at 10, 2009

Tied for fourth most picks with 9, 2015 (tied with 7 others)


RB/KR Tyrus Torres:

Career, Most All Purpose Yards: 27,253. The next highest is in the 18000s.

Career, Most Yards from Scrimmage: 17,092, over 1000 most than next highest

Career, Kickoff Return TDs with 6, next highest is 3.

Career, Kickoff Return yards, 10,161, which is 5000 more than the next guy.

Career, Most Rushing Attempts, with 3281, 300 more than next guy.

Career, Most Rushing Yards, 13243, highest 12637.

Career, Rushing TDs with 110, next highest was 88

Career, 100 Yard Rushing Games with 56, runner up was 53.

Single Game, Most Rushing TDs with 5




SE/PR Preston Segreaves:

Career, Most Punt Return Yards, 2229, Next highest is 1950.

Career, tied for Most Punt Return TDs at 3 with one other



DE William Caldwell

Career, Second Most QB Blocks, 52. Winner has 57, 3rd has 47

Career, Third Most QB Hurries, 193, Winner had 253.

Career, Fourth Most sacks, 75.5, Winner had 107


FL Harris Powell

Career, fourth most receiving TDs, 80. Winner had 97

Career, Second Most TPR at 17.65. Winner had 17.68.

Single Game, Yards Per Reception, 41.67


QB Dan McElroy

Career, 2nd Best QB Rating at 97.2, highest was 98.0

Career, Best yards per pass attempt, 8.04, 7.80 next highest.



Imagine what would have been if only I’d started McElroy earlier…

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:02 PM

End Season Score:

66

Team Performance 54
Franchise Value 55
Profit Loss 76
Roster Strength 74

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:03 PM

8 players retire

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:13 PM

Alright - final score:

Year pre-one 0-16
Year one 5-11
Year two 7-9
Year three 10-6 wild card #5 seed (10-7 total record)
Year four 10-6 won divison #4 seed, won first game (11-7 total record)
Year five 12-4 won divison #2 seed, won first game (13-5 total record)
Year six 15-1 won division #1 seed, won Super Bowl (18-1 total record)
Year seven 14-2 wild card #5 seed, won first game (15-3 total record)
Year eight 12-4 won division, made it to Super Bowl (14-5 total record)
Year nine 11-5. wild card #5, won first game (12-6 total record)
Year ten 9-7


Total Record, including playoffs:

127-77

Winning percentage

.623

Times one hundred

62


Number of wins:

127


2 Points per division champion:

8

2 Points per Super Bowl Victory

2

Total Points:

127+2+8+62=

199

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:13 PM

Thanks for reading!

Abe Sargent 01-07-2008 06:15 PM

I went and rechecked the scoring to make sure my memory was correct and saw that it was 2 points for winning your Conference, not 2 per division win. Therefore, deduct four points from my score to give me 195

Narcizo 01-08-2008 06:07 AM

You were asking about guys you cut who others kept and I kept LT Dusty Drayson and CB Emmitt Spencer but I wouldn't say you missed out on much. Drayson was a back up for a long time but eventually took over as starter for me when my initial starter dropped rating. I think he topped out around 45. Spencer was my nickleback when both my corners were fit (fairly rarely - so he started a fair bit). Maxed out around 35 and rated around 79 over his career (which is acceptable for me. I usually want over 80 from a starter).

I was interested in your battle between Yoo and McElroy. I took McElroy at the top of the 5th round as a back up and he tended to perform pretty well considering. Towards the end of my career he didn't get any snaps at all but his current rating kept on bumping up 5 points in training camp, something I've never seen before. I've not really played a lot of SP so I don't know if this is common but it made me happy anyway. I'm perversely happy to see that he could have carried the team to a Superbowl win had he been given the chance.

Abe Sargent 01-08-2008 07:16 AM

Yeah, my team was alright, and made it to the playoffs, but exploded when McElroy took over. Even the last year he had a statistically great year, where eveyrbody else is decaying around him.

Abe Sargent 01-08-2008 08:48 AM

I went and checked everybody else's dynasty to see if anybody else took Ramon, the guy who exploded for many picks in my challenge. No one else even took him.


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