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Thread: CFFL 2004 Draft

  1. #76
    Definitely Nuts select Javon Walker, WR, Green Bay Packers

    Oregon Toasted Embers on the clock to 8:15 AM EDST
    Je suis Charlie

  2. #77
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    The Embers select...

    Todd Heap, TE - Ravens

    Clock: Captain Kangaroos - 9:34am
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  3. #78
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    Round #7

    Little Elm Libations - Terry Glenn, WR, Dallas Clownboys
    Eastern Shore Oyster Catchers - Eddie George, RB, Dallas Cowboys
    Coastal Captains - David Carr, QB, Houston Texans
    Oreogn Wildfires - Josh McCown, QB - Arizona
    Still Psycho - Randy McMicheal TE Miami Dolphins
    New Orleans HOT G.R.I.T.S. - Freddie Jones, TE, Arizona
    Iowegians - Byron Leftwich, QB - Jax
    Roughriders - Bubba Franks, TE - Green Bay Packers
    ArgoNots - Carson Palmer, QB, Bengals
    Clan Cheesehead - Ted Bruschi, LB, New England Patriots
    Big Easy Kings - Jay Fiedler, QB - Dolphins
    Tech Valley - Kurt Warner - QB - Giants
    Repo Men - Boo Williams,TE - NO Saints
    Concord Kodiaks - Mark Brunell, QB - Washington Redskins
    Sign Permits - Itula Mili, TE Seattle
    Pac NW Plankton - Antonio Gates - TE - SD
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    Captain Kangaroos pick

    Isaac Bruce, WR, St. Louis

    Clock: Clam Divers - 11:05 AM
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    Joey Harrington, QB - Detroit Lions

    clock: Big Oak Teetotalers 9:03 PM ESDT
    He's a planner, he's a dreamer, he's a sordid little schemer,
    Seems to think that money grows on trees . . .

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    Mike Vanderjagt, K, Indianapolis Colts

    Clock: Oyster Soup - 1:02 AM
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    Alge Crumpler, TE, Atlanta Falcons
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    Peter Warrick, WR - Cincinnati

    Clock: Coastal Chumps - 2:38 am EDT
    He's a planner, he's a dreamer, he's a sordid little schemer,
    Seems to think that money grows on trees . . .

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    DeShaun Foster, RB, Carolina


    Clock: Oregon Hotfries - 3:15 AM
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    The Hotfries select:

    JIMMY Smith - Jax

    Clock: Nutcases 1:11 am
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  11. #86
    Nutcases select Chris Brown, RB, Tennessee

    Ice Cold Mushy Stuff clockin' till 5:05 am edst

    Sending PM
    Je suis Charlie

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    Amani Toomer, WR, New York Giants

    Clock: BFEgians 5:31 a.m. EST
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  13. #88
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    Iowegions select Chris Chambers WR Fish


    Clock: Fluffriders 5:39 am
    Last edited by Mastiff; 05 Aug 2004 at 7:38 PM.
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    Clock Time - WE MOVE TO 8 HOURS for Round #6.

    Should we drop from a 12 hour maximum time period to an 8 hour max for round #6 and beyond.

    Work is 8 hours... Sleep is 8 hours... If you check before work and before bed, will it be a problem? You decide. But we'll at least need a 2/3 majority on this one.

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    OOPS

    How about Troy Hambrick RB - Oakland ?

    Commish - Works just fine...


    Clock: 8:02am - FargoButts
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Argos take C. Rogers, WR, Detriot Lions

    Clock: Headcheese 9:45a.m. EDST

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    No problem dropping to 8 hours, but perhaps the clock should stop at midnight and pick up again the next morning.

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    Quote Originally posted by Tranplanner
    No problem dropping to 8 hours, but perhaps the clock should stop at midnight and pick up again the next morning.
    EST? I'm still up for another 3 hours... And start when in the morning? Some of you are at work while I haven't even thought about waking up.

    I guess my point would be this... If you check at 7:30 EST before work, and get home to check at 5:30, it's 10 hours. If your pick is up next at 7:30... just PM me two guys! Then check before bed... same thing.
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  19. #94
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    Drop to 8 hrs after rd 6 works for me.
    "Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how." -- Edward T. McMahon, The Conservation Fund

  20. #95
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    I would be ok with 8 if the clock was suspended in the middle of the night. Otherwise if someone makes a 9pm pick, and I am next I only have until 5am to make my pick.
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  21. #96
    Round 6 down to eight hrs. PM the commish if you think you won't have access and your pick is coming up. (We've still got a dozen rounds to go folks...and my experience is that the late rounds take freakin forever...)
    Je suis Charlie

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    Definitely 8 hours, but suspend the clock during the wee hours of the morning and on the weekends.
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    Keenan McCardell, WR, Tampa Bay



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    Clock: Tech Valley Girls 9:50 p.m. EST
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  24. #99
    I agree that 8 hours is good as long as the draft is suspended from say 11 pm EST to 8 AM EST.
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    Reducing the maximum selection time period from 12 to 8 hours sounds good to me. The selection time period should be suspended from midnight to 8:00 a.m. or 9:00 a.m. EST during the week, and suspended on the weekend.
    A person who strives is one who thrives. It's GREAT to be THE KING!!!

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