Alice In Chains Charity League

Created: September 8, 2010, 1:33 PM

Duff McKagan and Scott Ian have a common goal; take down last year's champ, Matt Willig.

It's football season. Let's rock 'n' roll! Literally!

Jerry Cantrell of the legendary rock band Alice in Chains is back for an encore performance of his all-star league of rock heavyweights that will go head to head this season in fantasy football. Scott Ian of Anthrax, legendary axeman Zakk Wylde and former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan are back and joining the fun this season is all-around entertainer Meat Loaf. Follow the league and trash talk all season by clicking over to The Life.

Off the field, the gang will playing for very worthwhile causes and each participant will donate some valuable rock- or sports-related items to be auctioned off after the season. The fantasy league champion's chosen charity then receives all proceeds from the auction. Stay tuned for more details.

Below you will find all nine celebrity members of the Alice in Chains Charity League as well as ESPN SportsCenter host Jay Harris, who makes it an even 10. Scroll over the photos to see the players they selected, and submit your rankings for which person drafted the best team!

Did Mike Inez guarantee success by grabbing a QB-RB combo of Peyton Manning and Michael Turner? Will Duff McKagan ride his Ravens defense into the playoffs? Rank the teams!

Alice in Chains Charity League: Click here for full rosters and league standings


 
 
  • Team Harris

    QBs: Jay Cutler, Joe Flacco
    RBs: Steven Jackson, Beanie Wells
    WRs: Randy Moss, Roddy White
    RB/WR: Jerome Harrison
    Defense: Cowboys

    Harris is the weekday co-host of the 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter and has been with ESPN since 2003.
  • JC Aroma of Tacoma

    QBs: Tony Romo, Vince Young
    RBs: DeAngelo Williams, Cedric Benson
    WRs: Andre Johnson, Percy Harvin
    RB/WR: Matt Forte
    Defense: Steelers

    Cantrell's legacy with Alice in Chains includes 16 million albums sold, 21 Top 40 singles and seven Grammy nominations.
  • Fear And Loathing

    QB: Aaron Rodgers
    RBs: Ryan Mathews, Jamaal Charles
    WRs: Calvin Johnson, Johnny Knox
    RB/WR: Jahvid Best
    Defense: Titans

    When Ian isn't playing guitar for Anthrax, he is schooling amateurs at the poker table.
  • M.I. Evil?

    QBs: Tom Brady, Matthew Stafford
    RBs: Michael Turner, Felix Jones
    WRs: DeSean Jackson, Marques Colston
    RB/WR: Wes Welker
    Defense: Patriots

    Before playing bass guitar for Alice in Chains, Inez was rocking arenas with Ozzy Osbourne.
  • Team Loaded

    QBs: Philip Rivers, Eli Manning
    RBs: Ray Rice, Ronnie Brown
    WRs: Brandon Marshall, Miles Austin
    RB/WR: Mike Wallace
    Defense: Ravens

    McKagan spent 13 years with Guns N' Roses, so he's ready for anything.
  • Hell in a Handbasket

    QB: Carson Palmer
    RBs: Chris Johnson, Rashard Mendenhall
    WRs: Greg Jennings, Malcolm Floyd
    RB/WR: Arian Foster
    Defense: Cardinals

    Meat Loaf, AKA Michael Aday, has been just as successful on your TV and film screens as your radio.
  • The Brickwall

    QBs: Brett Favre, Kevin Kolb
    RBs: Maurince Jones-Drew, Ryan Grant
    WRs: Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith
    RB/WR: Knowshon Moreno
    Defense: Bengals

    Paul, who formed Pantera with his late brother Dimebag Darell, plays drums for Hellyeah the way Ray Lewis hits people. In other words, hard.
  • Team RE-DOMINATION

    QBs: Matt Schaub, Donovan McNabb
    RBs: Adrian Peterson, Joseph Addai
    WRs: Reggie Wayne, Hines Ward
    RB/WR: LeSean McCoy
    Defense: Packers

    Shepherd cut his musical teeth by opening for The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Bob Dylan, The Eagles and Van Halen.
  • Halfway Clueless

    QBs: Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan
    RBs: Frank Gore, Ricky Williams
    WRs: Steve Smith, Michael Crabtree
    RB/WR: Darren Sproles
    Defense: 49ers

    Aside from Jay Harris, Willig is the only non-musician in the league. But don't worry about him. We're sure his 12 years in the NFL with six teams and bragging rights from winning last year's league will make him a force to be reckoned with once again.
  • Doom Crew Inc.

    QBs: Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger
    RBs: Shonn Greene, Pierre Thomas
    WRs: Chad Ochocinco, Robert Meachem
    RB/WR: Ahmad Bradshaw
    Defense: Jets

    Wylde landed the job of lead guitarist and co-writer for Ozzy Osbourne at the age of 19.

 



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