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The 2011 All-Crap Fantasy Team

Did your team suck? Well, assuming you’re an avid visitor to Fantasy-Info.com, I doubt it did. But maybe you simply have so many fantasy football teams that one of them did suck. Rather than spend time praising the players who helped you reach the playoffs, let’s bash those who didn’t do a damn thing to help you.

This team will select its players as though it came from a real, live fantasy draft back in late August. I’ll use average draft positions (ADP) from Yahoo! to craft the All-Star Squad of Suckitude, the NFL Pro (Toilet) Bowl Team, the Useless Underachievers of the Universe… Yeah, you get the idea.

I present to you, the 2011 All-Crap Fantasy Team!

Notes: This draft will be from a 12-team PPR league. It will be a 15-man roster composed of two QBs, four RBs, five WRs, two TEs, one K and one team defense. This list will not include players who did not play the majority of the year (Jamaal Charles, Peyton Manning, Kenny Britt, etc.) due to injury. Instead, it will focus on players that played poorly.

QB1: Round 1, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles (11.3)
QB2: Round 8, Josh Freeman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (94.7)

RB1: Round 3, Peyton Hillis, Cleveland Browns (26.1)
RB2: Round 6, Felix Jones, Dallas Cowboys (65.3)
RB3: Round 7, Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints (73.8)
RB4: Round 11, Ryan Torain, Washington Redskins (120.0)

WR1: Round 2, Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals (14.3)
WR2: Round 4, Mike Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (36.7)
WR3: Round 9, Mike Thomas, Jacksonville Jaguars (105.4)
WR4: Round 10, Hines Ward, Pittsburgh Steelers (115.3)
WR5: Round 12, Robert Meachem, New Orleans Saints (130.1)

TE1: Round 5, Dallas Clark, Indianapolis Colts (51.1)
TE2: Round 13, Jared Cook, Tennessee Titans (131.3)

K: Round 15, Ryan Longwell, Minnesota Vikings

DEF: Round 14, Indianapolis Colts

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Matt De Lima is the guy behind the guy behind the guy. Born and raised near Los Angeles, CA during simpler times where the Rams and Raiders both played there. Back when Eddie Murphy was funny and people still listened to Whitney Houston's music. A graduate of Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!), he's played fantasy sports for the last 10 years and began writing down his opinions in 2010. You remember that fantasy football league you were in last season, there was that one team that somehow had Aaron Rodgers, Chris Johnson, and Andre Johnson? Matt was that guy. You should listen to him. Follow his exclusive content @ OpenSports.com

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