Yahoo! Friends and Family League

The Yahoo! Friends and Family League draft took place this afternoon. It's a 14-team league with 1-QB, 2-RB, 3-WR, 1-TE, 1-FLEX (not QB), 1-K, 1-D, four reserve slots. PPR is .75 points per catch; otherwise largely standard scoring.

Here are the results:

Jeff Erickson John Hansen Brad Evans Andy Behrens Michael Blunda Dalton Del Don Brandon Funston
1 M. Jones-Drew A. Peterson Matt Forte S. Jackson Larry Fitzgerald Steve Slaton L. Tomlinson
2 Anquan Boldin Clinton Portis Dwayne Bowe Marques Colston Greg Jennings Kevin Smith Ronnie Brown
3 B. Marshall Wes Welker T.J. Housh. K. Moreno Ryan Grant Eddie Royal Terrell Owens
4 A. Bryant Philip Rivers Aaron Rodgers V. Jackson Derrick Ward De. Jackson Jason Witten
5 S. Holmes L. Coles Marshawn Lynch Ray Rice J. Stewart Matt Schaub D. McNabb
6 Darren Sproles Devin Hester Donald Brown Dallas Clark Jay Cutler Chris Wells Santana Moss
7 Carson Palmer Felix Jones R. Mendenhall Torry Holt Owen Daniels Donnie Avery L. Washington
8 Shonn Greene Michael Bush Tim Hightower Chester Taylor Kevin Curtis John Carlson Josh Morgan
9 Jamaal Charles Dustin Keller Earl Bennett Matt Cassel E. Graham N. Washington Mark Clayton
10 Baltimore Mike Walker Brent Celek Bernard Scott Nate Burleson Davone Bess Ricky Williams
11 James Davis Chris Chambers Mark Bradley Eli Manning Trent Edwards David Garrard B. Robiskie
12 A. Fasano Chicago Philadelphia Devin Thomas C. Buckhalter T.J. Duckett Rashad Jennings
13 Andre Brown Jeremy Shockey Kevin Faulk Tennessee Dallas New England Buffalo
14 Justin Gage Robbie Gould Neil Rackers Garrett Hartley Josh Brown Jason Elam Kris Brown

  Chris Chase Matt Romig Mike Gehiken Scott Pianowski Scott Engel Chris Liss Mike Salfino
1 Michael Turner A. Johnson B. Westbrook Randy Moss Chris Johnson Cal. Johnson De. Williams
2 Roddy White Brandon Jacobs Reggie Wayne Marion Barber Frank Gore Pierre Thomas Steve Smith
3 Tom Brady D. McFadden Braylon Edwards Reggie Bush Roy Williams Drew Brees A. Gates
4 LenDale White A. Gonzalez C. Ochocinco Tony Romo T. Gonzalez Larry Johnson Peyton Manning
5 Lee Evans Thomas Jones Cedric Benson Joseph Addai Kurt Warner J. Cotchery Lance Moore
6 Willie Parker Matt Ryan LeSean McCoy Kevin Walter Hines Ward Greg Olsen Julius Jones
7 Chris Cooley D. Hixon A. Bradshaw D. Mason S. Breaston Kellen Winslow Fred Jackson
8 Hakeem Nicks J. Norwood M. Hasselbeck Ted Ginn Jr. Donald Driver Bernard Berrian Percy Harvin
9 Patrick Crayton M. Muhammad Ben Roethlisberger Jamal Lewis Willis McGahee Steve Smith L. Maroney
10 Le'Ron McClain Pittsburgh San Diego Zach Miller Kyle Orton New York M. Crabtree
11 Fred Taylor J. Delhomme Chris Henry Minnesota Glen Coffee Jeremy Maclin Jerome Harrison
12 New York V. Shiancoe Heath Miller Sammy Morris Chansi Stuckey R. Meachem Michael Jenkins
13 Isaac Bruce Chaz Schilens L. Robinson Deion Branch Miami Miles Austin Green Bay
14 David Akers S. Gostkowski Tashard Choice Mason Crosby Rob Bironas Nate Kaeding Ryan Longwell


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