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#61 Stevesbored

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 02:46 AM

I've got a draft coming up on Monday.  1st pick in a 14 Team PPR league with 1 point for every 25 kick return yards.  Everything else standard - 2RBs, 2WRs 1 Flex.  I've got AP locked in for the first pick and think that any of the following could be there at the end of the 2nd/top of the 3rd:

 

QB: Brees, Manning, Newton

RB: Sproles, Bush, MJD, Chris Johnson

WR: Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Johnson, Randall Cobb, Victor Cruz

 

Right now I'm having a hard time not picking a WR with at least one of the picks because as Duo_Maxwell said, picking my 1st WR at the end of the 4th might leave me with Eric Decker/Steve Smith/Mike Wallace/Jordy Nelson as my WR1.

 

Which two players would you pick in this scenario?


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 04:13 AM

In this scenario, with these guys all still there at the end of the 2nd round in a PPR league, you should absolutely use one of your picks on Fitzgerald.  If it were me, I'd go Fitzgerald and CJ.  If you prefer Bush to CJ, I wouldn't call that a bad pick considering it's PPR, as Bush could easily end up with 70+ receptions in that offense.  If you decide to go WR with both picks, I like Cobb slightly more than Andre Johnson.  Johnson will have more receptions, Cobb will have more TD's, but I'd be more worried about Andre missing time.  Cruz fell off a little last year, and I have a feeling he'll fall off a little more this year.  No concrete reason for that, just a feeling.


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 06:02 AM

I've got a draft coming up on Monday.  1st pick in a 14 Team PPR league with 1 point for every 25 kick return yards.  Everything else standard - 2RBs, 2WRs 1 Flex.  I've got AP locked in for the first pick and think that any of the following could be there at the end of the 2nd/top of the 3rd:

 

QB: Brees, Manning, Newton

RB: Sproles, Bush, MJD, Chris Johnson

WR: Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Johnson, Randall Cobb, Victor Cruz

 

Right now I'm having a hard time not picking a WR with at least one of the picks because as Duo_Maxwell said, picking my 1st WR at the end of the 4th might leave me with Eric Decker/Steve Smith/Mike Wallace/Jordy Nelson as my WR1.

 

Which two players would you pick in this scenario?

 

 I have to disagree w/ Danimal. If you are looking at those options, I'd easily take Brees there. In fact I'd be surprised if he is there, but you'd be wise to take him at the end of the second. Also, with the exception of CJ take all those other backs off your list for end of the 2nd/top of the 3rd. MJD would not be terrible but I think Steven Ridley will be there and is a better pickup because there's less concern behind him. Forte may even be around if luck is really on your side. Forget about Sproles, I can assure you that would be almost the biggest reach you could make. Personally though I'd avoid the RB pick in either position. Here's why:

 

Basically AP will outscore any RB this year unless he's injured, so you have the most elite RB already. Brees will come close to being the top scoring QB, probably the top. In fact he's been the highest scoring player in most fantasy league for about the past  2 or 3 seasons or so. So if you have a chance to pick the top RB & the scoring QB, you take that no questions asked. Fitzgerald or Cruz would make a decent top of the 3rd choice for a WR1, perhaps Cobb too. There's also a possibility Demaryius Thomas will be around at this point so if Brees is not available I would suggest a Manning/Thomas combination as a not too shabby backup plan. You could even get really lucky and have Julio Jones or perhaps even Jimmy Graham fall to you (pretty slim chance on either of those happening but odd things do tend to happen in fantasy drafts).

 

Follow that plan of attack and while you may not win the RB battle every week, but you just may win more games. PLus I think some fairly decent RB2 options like Bush/Miller/Murrary/Gore or Sporles if you want him will def. be there by the time you next set of picks rolls up.



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Posted 17 August 2013 - 06:20 AM

12 team league, we just did the draft selections tonight. My draft is the 25th. I got the 5th pick.... It's a non PPR league.

 

Idk what to do..


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 03:42 PM

 I have to disagree w/ Danimal. If you are looking at those options, I'd easily take Brees there. In fact I'd be surprised if he is there, but you'd be wise to take him at the end of the second. Also, with the exception of CJ take all those other backs off your list for end of the 2nd/top of the 3rd. 

I should mention that because I'm personally so dead set against taking a QB that early, I didn't really take the QB's you listed into consideration.  But Duo_Maxwell is right- if Brees is still there, by all means take him.  He most likely won't be, though.  Manning shouldn't still be there, either, but I'd also say grab him if he is.  Newton could possibly still be there the next time it comes back around to you, so you could roll the dice and beef up your RB's or WR's with your 2nd and 3rd picks, and hope you can still get Newton later.  Or maybe Ryan.  But yeah, if one of the top 2 or 3 QB's on the board falls that far, jump on him.


 

 

 

Follow that plan of attack and while you may not win the RB battle every week, but you just may win more games. PLus I think some fairly decent RB2 options like Bush/Miller/Murrary/Gore or Sporles if you want him will def. be there by the time you next set of picks rolls up.

I'll respectfully disagree with this part; I don't think  that Bush, Murray, Gore, or even Sproles will still be available by the end of the 4th round.  I think Miller will be, but considering it's PPR, there's a chance Bush will go before the end of round 2.  Some of these other guys we've been discussing- Fitzgerald, Thomas, Cruz, and Cobb may all go very early, too.

12 team league, we just did the draft selections tonight. My draft is the 25th. I got the 5th pick.... It's a non PPR league.

 

Idk what to do..

Picking 5th in the 1st round, I'd say definitely go RB.  AP will be gone, but you'll have some good ones to choose from.  Martin, Foster, Charles, Lynch, Spiller, Richardson, Morris, depending on who's left, I think any of those guys is a solid 1st pick.  After that, it depends on your league's scoring system, who's still there, and your own personal preference.  I always like to try to get two RB's with my first 3 picks, but if you can get 2 stud WR's (or like the discussion above, if an elite QB- Brees, Rodgers, or Manning- is still there, that's another good option)  Just make sure you feel good about the first 3 guys you take.  After that, you need to start looking at what's left in the positions you haven't filled yet.  For example, if you go RB-WR-WR with your first 3 picks, you have to start thinking about targeting a QB and another RB the next time it comes around to you.  Then again, if you're not thrilled with anyone at those positions, but there's still a TE you covet, maybe grab him while you can.  Just don't wait too long to get that 2nd RB or 2nd or 3rd WR, because after a while, you'll be digging through scraps.  Same goes with QB's- as much as I advocate waiting and trying to get a good value pick later, don't wait too long.  I'd say grab one by round 5 at the latest.

 

Oh, one more thing.  Once you're past round 3, and it's coming back the other way in round 4, start taking note of what positions the guys picking 1-4 need.  If they all have QB's already, there's no need to use your 4th round pick on a QB, since they're not likely to take another one at that point.  On the other hand, if there's only one or two QB's left that you'd really like, and two of those guys don't have one yet, grab yours before they pick.  Same goes if they need WR's or RB's; take into consideration what positions they're likely to go for and what that will leave you with.


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 08:28 PM


 

I'll respectfully disagree with this part; I don't think  that Bush, Murray, Gore, or even Sproles will still be available by the end of the 4th round.  I think Miller will be, but considering it's PPR, there's a chance Bush will go before the end of round 2.  Some of these other guys we've been discussing- Fitzgerald, Thomas, Cruz, and Cobb may all go very early, too.

 

Bush's average draft spot right now is about 57th overall (in yahoo leagues). Granted a PPR league bumps his status up but not 30+ positions to make him 2nd round material IMO. He's done well in preseason and looks to be a major part of their passing game, but don't forget Megatron has mostly just rested up to this point. I may have overreached in saying that he could fall to the end of the 4th in a PPR league that large, but I do not see him going in the 2nd. The Detroit rungame has been in the tank for so long it is comical. So I do not see him getting you much on the ground.  His point totals will go up if he scores, but he's not a between the tackles guy ao he's not the short yardage back picking up the TDs & Megatron will reamin the primary redzone target in the air I'm guessing. So if he's not scoring then even with 6-7 cataches/game unless he breaks for big yardage all he will average is maybe 11-12 pts per game. To me that's top-notch RB2 material easily, but not 2nd round material. All that aside, I'd say if the Top 3 QBs are gone and 3 of the 4 mentioned are gone I could see Bush going at the top of the 3rd/end of the 2nd, but personally in my strategies, if I am pciking in the 2nd oreven 3rd rounds like an RB who has esablished themselves in an offense and has proven the ability to get in the endzone (like Ridley) for example.

 

Sproles is in the same boat for me. I'll concide that he could go before the end of the 4th in a large PPR league. He averaged 13 pts/game last year in full PPR leagues, but he gets you so very little on the ground ( a possible boost is the return yds though if they are using him for that this year). When it comes to me though I'd rather take a gamble that he'll be there at the end of the 4th than really reach and take him so early.

 

Unless you've drafted in the same league a couple times, evertyhing is essentially pure speculation. Leagues are like people, they all have really different personalities and that makes what happens in draft extremely hard to predict especially from an outside perspective. however, that is also what keeps the drafts exciting and makes them so much fun.



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Posted 17 August 2013 - 10:43 PM

 

 

Picking 5th in the 1st round, I'd say definitely go RB.  AP will be gone, but you'll have some good ones to choose from.  Martin, Foster, Charles, Lynch, Spiller, Richardson, Morris, depending on who's left, I think any of those guys is a solid 1st pick.  After that, it depends on your league's scoring system, who's still there, and your own personal preference.  I always like to try to get two RB's with my first 3 picks, but if you can get 2 stud WR's (or like the discussion above, if an elite QB- Brees, Rodgers, or Manning- is still there, that's another good option)  Just make sure you feel good about the first 3 guys you take.  After that, you need to start looking at what's left in the positions you haven't filled yet.  For example, if you go RB-WR-WR with your first 3 picks, you have to start thinking about targeting a QB and another RB the next time it comes around to you.  Then again, if you're not thrilled with anyone at those positions, but there's still a TE you covet, maybe grab him while you can.  Just don't wait too long to get that 2nd RB or 2nd or 3rd WR, because after a while, you'll be digging through scraps.  Same goes with QB's- as much as I advocate waiting and trying to get a good value pick later, don't wait too long.  I'd say grab one by round 5 at the latest.

 

Oh, one more thing.  Once you're past round 3, and it's coming back the other way in round 4, start taking note of what positions the guys picking 1-4 need.  If they all have QB's already, there's no need to use your 4th round pick on a QB, since they're not likely to take another one at that point.  On the other hand, if there's only one or two QB's left that you'd really like, and two of those guys don't have one yet, grab yours before they pick.  Same goes if they need WR's or RB's; take into consideration what positions they're likely to go for and what that will leave you with.

 

What about McCoy or Rice? You like all the said running backs over them?

 

My league is QB heavy -- 6 points per TD and a point every 25 yards. For RBs and WRs it's 6 pts per TD and 1 pt every 10 yards.


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 11:08 PM

Im in a league that is drafting Thursday. And to me that is WAY too early.


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 11:09 PM

Bush's average draft spot right now is about 57th overall (in yahoo leagues). Granted a PPR league bumps his status up but not 30+ positions to make him 2nd round material IMO. 

 All that aside, I'd say if the Top 3 QBs are gone and 3 of the 4 mentioned are gone I could see Bush going at the top of the 3rd/end of the 2nd, but personally in my strategies, if I am pciking in the 2nd oreven 3rd rounds like an RB who has esablished themselves in an offense and has proven the ability to get in the endzone (like Ridley) for example.

 

 Unless you've drafted in the same league a couple times, evertyhing is essentially pure speculation. Leagues are like people, they all have really different personalities and that makes what happens in draft extremely hard to predict especially from an outside perspective. however, that is also what keeps the drafts exciting and makes them so much fun.

 

Absolutely.  Every league is different; you could do one draft and see Bush go off the board around 57, then do another and see him go in the 2nd round.  My estimate of where he'd go is based on what I've seen in the mocks I've done on CBS (my league runs through them), where everyone seems to grab RB's so early that he's usually gone by pick 30. (and that's standard mocks, not even PPR)  I agree with you about both Bush and Sproles by the way, neither are likely to end up on my team.  I'd take Ridley ahead of each of them all day long.

 

 

 

 

 

What about McCoy or Rice? You like all the said running backs over them?

 

My league is QB heavy -- 6 points per TD and a point every 25 yards. For RBs and WRs it's 6 pts per TD and 1 pt every 10 yards.

 

I do like the guys I listed ahead of both Rice and McCoy, but most lists I've seen have them right in the mix with the rest of them.  I think Rice's best fantasy years might be behind him.  Pierce should cut into his carries more this year than in the past; he's too good to keep on the sidelines for long.  I'm not saying it will be a full RBBC situation, but I think it starts to slide that way this year.  With McCoy, I'm worried that with Andy Reid gone, and the QB situation there unsettled, his numbers could go down.  I could be completely wrong, it's just how I feel.

 

With your league giving 6 points for a TD pass, that makes it a lot easier to recommend taking Brees, Rodgers, or Manning if they're still there in round 2, but if those guys are gone, I'd wait and grab yourself either RB's or WR's with your 2nd and 3rd picks.  Again, just my approach.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 12:04 AM

I'm in a twelve man ppr league and was just wondering if taking two elite WR's like AJ Green and Dez Bryant in my number 11# overall pick would give me that extra little boost, i know id be hurting at the rb position because by the time it came to me itd be picked over, my other strategy was one rb, one wr, AJ Green and either Reggie Bush, Alfred Morris,  or Steven Jackson. Unless something better falls lower than it should, how do you think those strategies are?



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 12:32 AM

Now that I've looked back at my draft from last year, I noticed that people picked QBs early, so landing Brees or Manning at the end of the 2nd is probably a longshot.  I'll probably go best WR available and then either Ridley/CJ2K if they're available and then worry about QB when the next set of picks rolls around.

 

As for the 5th pick, I agree with Danimal - RB is the way to go.  I think Lynch, Morris, and Spiller are safe picks - they're in run heavy offenses that will have to continue leaning on the run this year due to injuries (Harvin, RG3, EJ Manuel).


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 02:55 AM

Just did my first draft of the year. 12 team PPR, 12 spot.

 

QB - Russel Wilson

RB - Jamaal Charles

RB - Matt Forte

WR - AJ Green

WR - Pierre Garcon

WR - Josh Gordon

TE - Jason Witten

K - Randy Bullock

DEF - St. Louis

B - Giovani Bernard

B - Daryl Richardson

B - Ben Tate

B - Aaron Dobson

B - Alshon Jeffery

B - Greg Little

 

Very surprised I was able to get Charles at #12 overall and Forte in the 3rd round. Richardson in 9/10 was nice to see as well. Two things I regret is Witten at 4 although I didn't like a whole lot of my options and Wilson at 5/6. QBs went quick which surprised me a little. I figured with the depth, they'd stick around a little.

 

Otherwise, my WRs are questionable, but there is a lot of promise. My team I feel could do either pretty well or do absolutely terrible. According to a prediction site the one guy was using, my team would finish third.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 02:56 AM

One thing I didn't mention in my post is you start 3 wrs in this league, 1 qb, 2 rbs n one flex.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 03:51 AM

One thing I didn't mention in my post is you start 3 wrs in this league, 1 qb, 2 rbs n one flex.

I think in a 12 team PPR league where you start 3 WR's plus a flex, taking 2 elite WR's with your first two picks makes sense.  You mentioned Alfred Morris; if he's still there, going with him and one elite WR is also a great start to your team.  I feel like Bush and SJax are a bit of a reach that early, though.

 

@JStryke- Yeah, getting Charles at 12 and Forte at 36 is complete highway robbery in a PPR league.  I like Forte a lot this year in that format.  Their new head coach likes to involve his RB's in the passing game.  Forte had a bit of a down year for receiving last year, 44 catches for 340 yards.  I think you're going to see those numbers go up substantially this year.  I could see him somewhere around 60 catches for 500 yards.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 06:11 AM

With Reggie Bush in Detroit, I'm waiting until round 6 or 7 to get a QB, and I'm going Stafford. QB is so loaded, it's like pitching in baseball, you could have picked Matt Harvey in round 12 or 13 in a 12 team league and built a contending staff from there. I want 3 RBs and 2 WR through round 5.

 

I guess if I lose out on Stafford I'll go Romo. Miss out on him and I'll just wait and go with Palmer.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 07:07 AM

I think in a 12 team PPR league where you start 3 WR's plus a flex, taking 2 elite WR's with your first two picks makes sense. You mentioned Alfred Morris; if he's still there, going with him and one elite WR is also a great start to your team. I feel like Bush and SJax are a bit of a reach that early, though.

@JStryke- Yeah, getting Charles at 12 and Forte at 36 is complete highway robbery in a PPR league. I like Forte a lot this year in that format. Their new head coach likes to involve his RB's in the passing game. Forte had a bit of a down year for receiving last year, 44 catches for 340 yards. I think you're going to see those numbers go up substantially this year. I could see him somewhere around 60 catches for 500 yards.


I am thinking about getting aj green and jackson unless morris is there or sone one better. I really like amendola this year if I can get him in round 3 or 4 that'd provide a lot of value I think

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 04:05 PM

Ive been debating grabbing a Patriot WR that isnt Amendola. Thoughts on who would have the best upside.

I have my doubts on a healthy year from Amendola,, and if so, he sticks out like a sore thumb for defenses now for that team.

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 04:26 PM

With Reggie Bush in Detroit, I'm waiting until round 6 or 7 to get a QB, and I'm going Stafford. QB is so loaded, it's like pitching in baseball, you could have picked Matt Harvey in round 12 or 13 in a 12 team league and built a contending staff from there. I want 3 RBs and 2 WR through round 5.

 

I guess if I lose out on Stafford I'll go Romo. Miss out on him and I'll just wait and go with Palmer.

 

I was sort of with you up until you mentiond Palmer (well I think the QB to pitcher in fantasy baseball comparision is fautly too, but that's not the issue). If you end up  making Palmer your QB1 you will struggle to make the playoffs. I think he's solid QB2 material and you should consider him in the very late rounds as a backup seeing as how you aren't drafting an elite QB.

 

In my experience though your QB1 at least needs to be a guy that you are certain will be the starter game after game (not accounting for injuries). Basically Arizona got him (fairly) cheap for a reason and that trust that he can finish the year as the starter is not there yet. Plus his performance last night looked like a rookie out there, didn't even complete half his passes I don't think. So essentially all we have to go on him is one preseasons game where he looked above avaergae and one below average. To me that means even though i love the new coach, new offense, etc, Palmer will still most likely struggle in many games. If there's a lot of that down the stretch they could replace him. Bruce Arians ran the same offense with Drew Stanton backing up Luck in Indy all of last year. Stanton knows the offense well and he was brought to AZ for the sole purpose of making sure that somone can run that offense if Palmer can't.

 

Honestly yes QB is deep this year, too deep in fact to just ignore everyone long enough to end up with Palmer as you rQB1. There's lots of better QB1 options to be had at round 7 or later (in regular scoring leagues) such as: Luck & Manning (Eli obviously). To be honest I even like Flacco, Roethelisbeger, Dalton, Cutler, or even Tannehill better and they could all probably be had at somewhere around Round 10 or later in many leagues.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 04:40 PM

Ive been debating grabbing a Patriot WR that isnt Amendola. Thoughts on who would have the best upside.

I have my doubts on a healthy year from Amendola,, and if so, he sticks out like a sore thumb for defenses now for that team.

I'd say Edelman or Kenbrell Tompkins would be most likely to replace him. Dobson has all the speed & raw talent but I don't think he's a sharp enough route runner to be the Wes Welker/Amendola replacement. Seems as though he will fill role the Brandon Lloyd had last season of deep threat/larger redzone target (at least until Gronkowski is back)



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 07:17 PM

Who would you guys pick for a Keeper here.... 10 team standards scoring. Alfred Morris, Demaryius Thomas, or Randall Cobb?

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 10:40 PM

Did our 12-team PPR draft earlier today:

 

QB: Cam Newton & Matt Schaub

RB: Marshawn Lynch, Alfred Morris, Andre Brown, Danny Woodhead, & Bilal Powell

WR: Randall Cobb, Reggie Wayne, Cecil Shorts, Tavon Austin, Brian Hartline, & Stephan Hill

TE: Martellus Bennett & Zack Sudfeld

Def: Ravens & Bucs

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:45 PM

Lynch, Morris, Cobb, and Newton.  Nice nucleus.  Did you say you were picking 8th?  I know it's PPR, but I'm surprised Lynch fell that far.  Still something to be said for a guy that piles up yards and touchdowns.

 

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 12:06 AM

Yeah, 8th. Even though Lynch is not a huge threat in the passing game, like you said, it was hard to pass up a guy that runs like him. Charles actually fell to 7th in my league. Some idiot took Aaron Rodgers 6th.



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Posted 19 August 2013 - 12:19 AM

Thoughts on12 team draft just finished. Picked #2.

QB:: Andrew Luck, Alex Smith
RB:: Arian Foster, Eddie Lacy, Daryl Richardson
WR:: Demariyous Thomas,, James Jones, Torrey Smith, Josh Gordon, Kenbrell Thompkins
TE:: Greg Olsen, Brandon Myers
Def: Bears, Cowboys
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Posted 19 August 2013 - 12:29 AM

yeah I kept Morris.  In drafting now will post results when finished.


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Posted 19 August 2013 - 02:44 AM

Here's my team for my first of five leagues. Drafted 12/12, non PPR. Live draft.

Calvin
Ridley
Gore
Garçon
Bowe
La'veon Bell
Gronk
RGTrill
Romo
Givens
Rudolph
Dawson
St. Louis
Pierre Thomas

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Thoughts on12 team draft just finished. Picked #2.

QB:: Andrew Luck, Alex Smith
RB:: Arian Foster, Eddie Lacy, Daryl Richardson
WR:: Demariyous Thomas,, James Jones, Torrey Smith, Josh Gordon, Kenbrell Thompkins
TE:: Greg Olsen, Brandon Myers
Def: Bears, Cowboys
K: Dan Bailey


Aside from 2 defenses and Arian "red flags" Foster I like it a lot. I would try to trade a WR for a solid low end RB 2

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 02:49 AM

Did our 12-team PPR draft earlier today:

QB: Cam Newton & Matt Schaub
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Alfred Morris, Andre Brown, Danny Woodhead, & Bilal Powell
WR: Randall Cobb, Reggie Wayne, Cecil Shorts, Tavon Austin, Brian Hartline, & Stephan Hill
TE: Martellus Bennett & Zack Sudfeld
Def: Ravens & Bucs
K: Blair Walsh

High level starters. I hate your depth. Drop Stephan Hill for anyone.

I also don't get why Danny woodhead is being drafted at all. He's not on the patriots anymore. The guy is an RB 6 at best

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 03:20 AM

High level starters. I hate your depth. Drop Stephan Hill for anyone.

I also don't get why Danny woodhead is being drafted at all. He's not on the patriots anymore. The guy is an RB 6 at best

 

I'll have to respectfully disagree. I like my bench a lot.



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Posted 19 August 2013 - 04:17 AM

Had my live draft tonight, 10 person ESPN league standard scoring.  I got 2nd pick.  Its a keeper league so AP, Charles, Richardson, Morris (my keeper), and Spiller were all unavailable.

 

QB:  Cam Newton

RB:  Alfred Morris, Ray Rice

WR:  Roddy White, Hakeem Nicks

RB/WR:  Reggie Bush

TE:  Greg Olsen

D:  49ers

K;  Matt Prater

 

Bench:  Andy Dalton, Vick Ballard, DeAngelo Williams, Ronnie Hillman, Ty Hilton, Golden Tate 


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