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  1. The purpose of these polls is to get an idea of who the majority of voters prefer at a specific pick in a rookie draft. These drafts assume that all 2018 rookie players are available. For the 2QB poll there may be some variance in scoring. Some may be standard, others PPR. I think a lot of 2QB leagues may involve IDP as well so these differences are not accounted for here. Only looking at the offensive skill players in the two most common formats and also 2QB leagues, to get a sense of where the QB are valued relative to other positions, when there is actually scarcity at the QB position. For the TE premium poll this assumes the scoring format is PPR because that is what these leagues almost always are. The polls assume 12 teams and likely 24-26 roster spots as the most common format for dynasty. Short bench dynasty leagues should only care about the top 6-12 rookie players. If a player isn't listed that you would vote for please vote other and then post the name of the player that you voted for so that player can be added to the next poll. Also please suggest players not listed that you would vote for soon, even if not on the particular poll that is active. I populated the lists based on Paul Emerys top 100 rookie list. If anyone has a better suggestion, such as a compilation of multiple lists or something like that, much appreciated. @miqws list last year was very good for this. I just wanted to get these things rolling before the combine and hopefully get a top 12 or so before that time. Thanks everyone for voting. Discussion welcome. Results so far Stamdard 1.01 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State with 38% of the vote 1.02 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama with 43% of the vote. 1.03 D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi with 29% of the vote 1.04 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi with 33% of the vote 1.05 David Montgomery RB Iowa State with 32% of the vote 1.06 Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State with 47% of the vote 1.07 T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa with 12% of the vote (only 3 of 13 players had 0 votes really spread decision here) 1.08 Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State with 21% of the vote PPR 1,01 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State with 43% of the vote 1.02 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama with 32% of the vote. 1.03 D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi with 37% of the vote 1.04 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi with 49% of the vote 1.05 Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State 36% of the vote 1.06 David Montgomery RB Iowa State with 55% of the vote 1.07 Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State with 25% of the vote 1.08 Darrell Henderson RB Memphis with 21% of the vote 2 QB leagues 1.01 Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State with 27% of the vote 1.02 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State with 35% of the vote 1.03 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama with 13% of the vote. 1.04 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi with 21% of the vote 1.05 D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi with 18% of the vote (tie broken with Kyler Murray based on other polls) 1.06 Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma with 24% of the vote 1.07 Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State with 22^ of the vote 1.08 David Montgomery RB Iowa State with 21% of the vote (Tie with Drew Lock broken based on order of previous polls) TE Premium 1.01 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State with 30% of the vote 1.02 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama with 26% of the vote. 1.03 D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi with 20% of the vote 1.04 1 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi with 35% of the vote 1.05 David Montgomery RB Iowa State with 16% of the vote (tie broken with Noah Fant based on PPR poll) 1.06 Noah Fant TE Iowa with 26% of the vote (Hockenson one vote behind) 1.07 T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa with 49% of the vote 1.08 Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State with 47% of the vote Links to previous polls 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08
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    *** Minnesota Vikings: #2019

    How much would a star No.3 receiver impact the Vikings’ offense?
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    *** Minnesota Vikings: #2019

    Kubiak: Looking Forward To Getting Back In The Foxhole and Battling When asked about Rick Dennison he says Dennison is an engineer and that he is very smart. RIck was raised by Mike (Shanahan) and Alex Gibbs scheme wise. He is a great teacher. He knows how to start from the bottom up. He says they want to marry the passing game to the run game, Having a run coordinator is a huge help. For me as a play caller all those years, having Rick design the run game, being able to marry what we are doing in the passing game with the run game each week. He says he would have 100% confidence in Rick, he would ask Rick to give him the top 3 runs for this series and talking to him all the time. He says he will be in the booth with Stefanski calling plays on the sideline.
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    ZWK's 2019 Prospect Analysis

    ZWK I'm curious what the 3 year average for these last 2 metric is? Any different than last years average? Sort of curious if this draft might appear a bit weaker by comparison?
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    *** Minnesota Vikings: #2019

    Yeah they should be fine in the secondary and let Dejo go to save money for Thielen and free agents.
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    Shark Pool mock draft #1 - round 3??

    That's supposed to be Rudolph's job. He's not that good either though. The Vikings do need a 3rd passing option for when teams double AT and Diggs. Cook seems like the best choice to me. Beebe and Treadwell can mix in Not sure Samia would be here anyways. No 4th round pick. I'd like to see the Vikings get 2 starters from this draft. I think he is good enough to accomplish that. I do hope the Vikings sign the center from Denver and bring back Easton in free agency. They and Reiff are not long term answers though. They always get hurt too so depth is important.
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    Shark Pool mock draft #1 - round 3??

    No love for Bebee huh?
  8. Yes while there are plenty of RB who do not do well in their rookie season most of them did not miss the entire season like Guice and McGahee. Garrison Hearst was injured for the most part his first two seasons, but he did have a few carries as a rookie, didn't miss the whole year.
  9. FWIW i read some research about NCAA football players who have serious injuries such as ACL in college. This was in context of Marshawn Lattimores injury at the time. The full recovery rate for players at this age is much higher than it is for players past say 26 years old. There was still a percentage of players who never fully recovered from their injuries, but the younger the player, the better their chances that they will. I also did some research about RB careers and on average the rookie season is the lowest scoring season of a RB first six seasons. So I don't think missing the rookie year is a big deal.
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    *** Minnesota Vikings: #2019

    The future of the Vikings, part 9: Safeties I have always liked the way Harris plays. I was surprised to see him grade so highly by PFF though. Maybe Harris is even better than I think. I tend to disagree with a lot of what PFF says but I hear about it all the time anyways thanks to journalists who have found their content useful writing material.
  11. 30 votes in now. The poll has only been open for a day so will let it run for another day before moving on. Thanks everyone for voting.
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    Shark Pool mock draft #1 - round 3??

    Sorry I was gone all day. I dont think the Vikings need a 3rd WR that bad. The player I was targeting and willing to trade up for is still available.
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    2019 FBG WSL 2 Discussion Thread

    I think Hooper is worth the TE 11 pick considering he was the 6th best TE last season, his 3rd in the league.
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    Shark Pool mock draft #1 - round 3??

    I was talking about this
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    2019 FBG WSL 2 Discussion Thread

    I was happy to see I was drafting in the middle after the first two picks at the end. I wasn't sure why that was but I like it. Maybe I didn't need Hooper too but he was the top guy on my list obviously. Not sure if it is poor strategy or not to double up at the position.