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  1. I am really torn on what to do. I need a WR and T Williams, Ross, Hollywood all sitting there. My other WR's are Adams, Diggs, C Davis and R Anderson. Start 3 WR's PPR I also have Gurley and not M Brown (Drafted Henderson), who is also sitting there. Other RB's are Fournette, Mack and Shady. Have the 2nd pick. My gut says grab T Williams and hope Brown sneaks into the 2nd round of waivers. But I'm not sure any of these guys slip to me in round 2.
  2. Went light on WR's. Have OBJ, EVans, Davis and Robby Anderson
  3. More than likely you are correct. But I agree with those who think Shady looked better and has a real chance to take over the majority of snaps.
  4. I appreciate those who have had good, constructive discussions about this. Some of you are borderline classless. Because somebody thinks outside the box and doesn't just follow the heard they are labeled as delusional. That's nice. Thought this was a discussion board. Fact is, if Cook ends up top 5, those who think it is a dumb selection will be flat out wrong. ADP's are guesses. Nothing more. None of us know what's going to happen. So because somebody disagrees they are wrong? Maybe most of you should set your drafts to auto pick since that's what following ADP does. It's a mute point as I am pretty certain I am going Hopkins - RB - RB. But my apologies for trying to bring up a discussion on a discussion forum. Back to your normal ADP talk. Good luck in your drafts.
  5. How about this scenario: Kelce at 1.5? Same league. PPR - TE required. Best available RB in round 2 and best RB/WR in round 3. My point is I feel like drafting 5 is a disadvantage. Like somebody mentioned earlier, the goal is not to fall behind. Well I think you're already behind just having that draft spot. Drafting a RB you think might finish top 5 (Cook) is one way to avoid that. Drafting Hopkins and having maybe the #1 WR is another. Drafting Kelce is another way to "make up ground".
  6. "Dramatically overpay"? Then you follow that up with the reasoning for his ADP is injury history. So let's say he is healthy all year. 5th pick still "dramatically overpaying"? No.
  7. Gally is nailing it. Exactly why I asked the question. Yes, ideally, give me Hopkins and Cook in the 2nd. And I may very well give that a shot.
  8. Some of you are getting too emotional over this. It was just a general question to fire up a discussion. This isn't my first draft. Not even close. Personally, I have a lot of question marks after the top 4 RB's go off the board. If one of them drops (assuming Elliott gets into camp soon), I'm going to take one of them. But assuming they are gone, pick 1.5 has you looking at DJ, Bell or Hopkins. I am leaning Hopkins to be honest because sometimes Cook does make it back. OR if not, another good RB is usually there. Several in fact. However, I tend to think with Kubiak, a solid defense and two great WR's to keep the opposing defense honest that Cook could be a breakout candidate. So I thought, why not take him at 1.5? Grab Evans in the 2nd and go from there. DJ scares me. They looked awful the other day. Awful. Bell scares me. They all seem to have question marks. So I was thinking outside the box.
  9. Sorry I wasn't more clear. PPR league and you cannot trade draft picks.
  10. Making a trade after the draft is a valid point. Thanks.
  11. Before you automatically say "YES!", consider my reasoning. I am a HUGE believer in Kubiak. He has made fantasy gold out of much lessor RB's. The other RB's available there have many questions surrounding them. I also know he more than likely will not make it back to me in the 2nd round. A lot of experts are saying IF healthy he could be a top 5 back, so what's the problem with taking him at the 5th pick?
  12. PPR league. This is good info and just what I was looking for. I've done plenty of auctions, but never one with this roster format. Makes sense to load up on WR's and that was my initial thought. I think I will still try and grab a low end RB1 and a top 7 TE and then high end WR's. Seems like the best bet.
  13. I have done auctions for many years. However, this year I have been asked to take over a team in a partial dynasty auction flex league. They are changing some rules so basically it will be a new draft. $200 cap. Start 1QB, 1RB, 1WR, 1TE, 1PK, 1 Defense and 3 flex starters (RB/WR/TE). Suggestions on how to attack the auction? In a more normal format, I like to take a balanced approach. 1 top 7 RB, a top 5 WR and find value at QB and TE. Would like to go in with some sort of strategy. Target RB's? WR's? Maybe grab two top TE's since at least one is required? Many options. Thanks
  14. I think Thomas could finish year as #1 WR. Kamara will drop back down now that Ingram back. I would try it without Kittle first though.