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This is an easy pick.

Boldin was the #1 WR last year for a majority of the season. He averages 1400 yards with Warner at QB.

Through 12 weeks he was the NFLs leading TD reception man, despite missing 4 games. His pro rated regular season was 118-1384-14.6td.

He was beat up towards the end and limping in the playoffs, I expect him to be full strength and amongst the WR leaders.

They are even softening on contract demands with Arizona recently, but Im not sure that is an issue for 'Quan either way.

3.05 Anquan Boldin

WTF!!! :hot::rant:

Good pick Choke. You certainly did not "choke" with that pick. I had him lined up with my third pick even before the third round started. Now I must regroup and rethink my strategy. :confused:

Thank you.

I really wanted Boldin or Jennings right here. Assuming that none of the/my top 5 WRs were going to slip this far.

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3.06 Brandon Jacobs.

After going WR/WR time to get a rb. jacobs is a beast with 15tds last year. i could see this guy, if he stay healthy. i know big IF. could make a run at the top 5. with no true WR1. giants are going to POUND the ball.

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3.06 Brandon Jacobs.After going WR/WR time to get a rb. jacobs is a beast with 15tds last year. i could see this guy, if he stay healthy. i know big IF. could make a run at the top 5. with no true WR1. giants are going to POUND the ball.

Thought about this guy with my last pick but wanted to get a WR. I think Jacobs is set for a big year especially in td heavy leagues.

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3.07 Roddy White

Wanted Boldin, but...

You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.

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3.07 Roddy White

Wanted Boldin, but...

You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.
:lmao:

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3.07 Roddy White

Wanted Boldin, but...

You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.
I agree that White is a cut above the next grouping, and the best pick at 3.07 based on who was left.

After the Moss/Fitz/AJ/CJ tier, I see the second grouping as Smith/Jennings/Boldin/Colston/Wayne/White (In that order, for what it is worth)

And the drop between #10 and #11 is kind of a large one IMO.

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3.07 Roddy White

Wanted Boldin, but...

You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.
That's why I waited to share my disappointment about Boldin being select two picks before mine. I'm glad that he went Jabobs because, as you noted, there's quite a drop off at WR... there's better value at other positions.

Can't wait for the turn.

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This is an easy pick.

Boldin was the #1 WR last year for a majority of the season. He averages 1400 yards with Warner at QB.

3.05 Anquan Boldin

Absolutely. I picked him late in both my drafts last year, probably 4th or 5th round and he was the #1. When he was out, he was out. When he was in, he was scoring. Very consistent, but has missed a couple of games each season the last couple of seasons.

I think he's safer than SSmith, Jennings.

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The only downside with 'Quan is the physicality that makes him so good. As a result, he is consistently missing time and getting nicked up. I would bump Boldin to the middle of tier 2 just for that reason. Still, the case can be made for PPG scoring to put him top 4-5. I'm just more comfortable putting him at #7 behind comparable guys less likely to miss time.

This part of the draft is where I think we see divergent strategies. Should be an interesting 4th round.

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You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.

The WR dropoff is about here. It might not get back to me and my 3 RBs in time.

So at 3.07 or so, we still have a bunch of RBs, Jacobs JUST taken, Ke Smith, Re. Bush, LJ, Lynch, Th Jones, McFadden, Ry Grant, Ro Brown, Addai, W. Parker, Donald Brown, Knowshown, Beanie...seems like a better draft to go WR early then stockpile like 6 of these RBs from rounds 5-11.

I did RB pairs last year starting around round 5-6 (after stockpiling WRs, QB, TE early): LenDale/CJ3; DeAngelo/Stewart....it went very well.

Who are this year's 'pairs'?

Willie Parker/Mendenhall (MMoore?)

Leon Washington/Th Jones (Shonne Green?)

McFadden/Mi Bush (Fargas?)

Chris Wells/Hightower

Fred Jackson/Lynch (Dom Rhodes?)

Re Bush / P. Thomas

D. Ward / E. Graham

McClain/Ray Rice (McGahee?)

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3.07 Roddy White

Wanted Boldin, but...

You are actually lucky to avoid the huge WR tier drop off thats looming.
That's why I waited to share my disappointment about Boldin being select two picks before mine. I'm glad that he went Jabobs because, as you noted, there's quite a drop off at WR... there's better value at other positions.

Can't wait for the turn.

i agree. i see white as the last WR in the second tier and thought about taking him to corner the stud WR market. but worried that other mini rb run could start, considering the drop off at WR.

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With pick 3.8 I'm taking...

WR Dwayne Bowe, KC

No Gonzo means more targets for this guy. He was already targeted a ton last year. I think Cassel and DBowe will develop some quick chemistry. This is DBowe's breakout season. I could definitely see 1200+ yards and 95 receptions and 8-10 TDs this year. That's how good he is.

Brian Westbrook

Andre Johnson

Dwayne Bowe

I like it! :shrug:

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I agree that Bowe should be considered at the end of the 2nd tier.

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I agree that Bowe should be considered at the end of the 2nd tier.

I find him to be the sole player in the 3rd WR tier. :lmao:

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I agree that Bowe should be considered at the end of the 2nd tier.

My plan was to take Boldin and the try and snag Bowe in the fourth round. I wasn't sure how you guys felt about Bowe, but he is CERTAINLY ready to have a break out season. I honestly now that I have Bowe in the third have no clue which direction I'm going in the 4th? :lmao:

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I agree that Bowe should be considered at the end of the 2nd tier.

I find him to be the sole player in the 3rd WR tier. :unsure:
I have T.O. keeping him company. :lmao:

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BTW,I know a lot of people are picking WRs right now, but there are still a TON of decent WRs left.

Only 28 players selected so far. A lot of good EVERYTHING left! Personally, with start 3WR, .5 PPR, and a big (IMO) dropoff after the top 2-3 tiers, not surprising to see it so WR heavy.

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have no clue which direction I'm going in the 4th? :shrug:

I feel incredibly flexible right now.There are about 10 players I could easily take at a variety of positions.I'll let you guys whittle it down and just maybe I can get two of them in 4th and 5th.*in truth there are a couple of wide outs still incredibly tempting in this set up. So maybe a dozen players.

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OK guys, sorry had to play golf in this beautiful weather on Long Island.

There is a big run on WR's right now, and i need to get one now....

This might be a little risky here, but the kid is a stud talent so i am going to go with Brandon Marshall...The kid is a beast, and i don't see any RB's I should take over him right now...

3.09 Brandon marshall

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sorry fellas friday night had me busy till now. these two picks will make or break my team I think... i'm going with the BPAs as I see them...

3.10 T. Owens - I know I know... new situation, primadonna, getting older. But he's one of the best conditioned athletes in the game and I think his ego has one more big year in him to prove Jerry Jones wrong.

4.1 R. Bush - Pierre Thomas and the knee are both concerns but last season Reggie was a PPR monster and by far the #1 overall scorer till he got hurt. And during that stretch he only avg'd about 12 carries per game. It was all about the receptions for Reg so the real gamble here is on the knee. If not for this question he'd be a top three overall pick this year.

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I was hoping bush would fall to me here, but since he didn't and we need to start 3 WR's I am going to go with Wes welker...Nothing flashy about this guy other than he has a ton of targets and he had back to back 110+ reception years with both Brady and Cassell. In my scoring format Welker was a top 10 WR the past two years, I don't expect that to change much.

I debated taking my second RB, but I think a Grant, Kevin Smith, DMC, Moreno, LJ or Lynch will still be available in 15 picks....iI think there is going to be a small run on QB's now, if not I'll take BPA...

4.02 Wes Welker

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I was hoping bush would fall to me here, but since he didn't and we need to start 3 WR's I am going to go with Wes welker...Nothing flashy about this guy other than he has a ton of targets and he had back to back 110+ reception years with both Brady and Cassell. In my scoring format Welker was a top 10 WR the past two years, I don't expect that to change much.

I debated taking my second RB, but I think a Grant, Kevin Smith, DMC, Moreno, LJ or Lynch will still be available in 15 picks....iI think there is going to be a small run on QB's now, if not I'll take BPA...

4.02 Wes Welker

Need to fill out my 3rd WR spot, and I can't think of a better 3rd WR to have on my team than...

Pick 4.03 - T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA

CHAMPIONSHIP....

All this guy does is catch passes. Three straight years of 90+ receptions. Last year he able to catch 90+ passes with an unkown backup QB in Cinci. Now with a healthy Hassleback and in a west coast offense, he should be able to return to 100+ receptions 1000+ yards and 6-8 TDs. Especially with no running game!

Brian Westbrook

Andre Johnson

Dwayne Bowe

T.J. Houshmandzadeh

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If this was not a mandatory 3WR set up, I would have definitely gone another direction with my last pick. Maybe RB, or QB. I like this type of scoring format though.

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Quick Recap:

1.1 ratbast - A. Peterson

1.2 Black - M. Jones-Drew

1.3 Mighty Mice - S. Jackson

1.4 Buffaloes - M. Forte

1.5 Choke - M. Turner

1.6 LOCO - L. Fitzgerald

1.7 the branded hand - D. Williams

1.8 laughinboy_2000 - B. Westbrook

1.9 eefflrat - D. Brees

1.10 LawFitz - L. Tomlinson

2.1 LawFitz - R. Moss

2.2 eefflrat - F. Gore

2.3 laughinboy_2000 - AJohnson

2.4 the branded hand - Clinton Portis

2.5 LOCO - Calvin Johnson

2.6 Choke - Steve Smith

2.7 Buffaloes - Tom Brady

2.8 Mighty Mice - SSlaton

2.9 Black - Chris Johnson

2.10 ratbast - Peyton Manning

3.1 ratbast - Reggie Wayne

3.2 Black - Marion Barber

3.3 Mighty Mice - Greg Jennings

3.4 Buffaloes - Marques Colston

3.5 Choke – Anquan Boldin (I still freaking HATE you for this pick Choke! :thumbup: )

3.6 LOCO – Brandon Jacobs

3.7 the branded hand – Roddy White

3.8 laughinboy_2000 – Dwayne Bowe

3.9 eefflrat – Brandon Marshall

3.10 LawFitz – T.O

4.1 LawFitz – Reggie Bush

4.2 eefflrat – Wes Welker

4.3 laughinboy_2000 - T.J. HoushYaMama

4.4 the branded hand -

4.5 LOCO -

4.6 Choke -

4.7 Buffaloes -

4.8 Mighty Mice -

4.9 Black -

4.10 ratbast -

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Now it is officially bad...esp in a 3WR league. I can't believe how many WR are gone, literally through the 3rd tier in the early 4th.

My drafts never go this way...usually alot more RB heavy and some idiot has taken Brett Favre by now. The following RBs are still available. I would happily choose from (most) of these RBs, letting them fall to me, knowing my WR were good-to-go and 'some' of these guys would certainly hit during the season....good thing this is a mock.

Ro. Brown

Ke Smith

Knowshown Moreno

Ry Grant

Addai/Donald Brown

Lynch/Fred Jackson/Dom Rhodes

Leon Washington/ Th Jones / Shonne Green

Pierre Thomas (and Re Bush just taken)

Larry freaking Johnson, who now has a QB, by the way

Jo Stewart

McFadden

Willie Parker/ Mendenhall / MMoore

Chris Wells / Hightower

D. Ward / E. Graham

R. Rice / McClain

Cedric Benson

Jamal Lewis

Fred Taylor

Not sure if the lesson here is that there are a ton moreRBs because there are more 2-3 RB backfields, plus RB rookies and if you want a #1 WR, better get them by the 3rd round?

The worst thing is that there is very good talent at other positions still, and WR is getting dry. So, do you just fill out other positions with Best Available and chuck the WR position and hope for sleepers?

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Have an IV in my arm right now, so I'll be brief.

I usually never take a QB until after the seventh round, but I'm going to try something different here.

Aaron Rodgers

I think he'll have one of the better WR lineups in the league and have a strong season this year.

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Have an IV in my arm right now, so I'll be brief.I usually never take a QB until after the seventh round, but I'm going to try something different here.Aaron RodgersI think he'll have one of the better WR lineups in the league and have a strong season this year.

Seriously, mock drafting via message boards. In May. Hardcore. Get well, man.

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Have an IV in my arm right now, so I'll be brief.I usually never take a QB until after the seventh round, but I'm going to try something different here.Aaron RodgersI think he'll have one of the better WR lineups in the league and have a strong season this year.

Seriously, mock drafting via message boards. In May. Hardcore. Get well, man.
Hope you are ok...and crap, you took Rodgers.

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4.05 Phillip Rivers

:lmao: Was going to take rodgers here. :lmao:

passing on old man Warner, i just don't think he holds up another year. still see a gluttony of serviceable rbs, so i will fill out the qb spot.

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Im Huge on Rodgers. Currently listed as the #2 QB on my sheets. Great pick.

As far as the WRs going... we have 15 gone. Same amount as RBs, 15.

Yet we need 30 WR to start and only 20 RBs. So it doesnt seem all that heavy to me.

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4.05 Phillip Rivers

:coffee: Was going to take rodgers here. :rant:

passing on old man Warner, i just don't think he holds up another year. still see a gluttony of serviceable rbs, so i will fill out the qb spot.

I would have taken Rodgers or Warner.

But let me say this... I am not a fan of Rivers, but had Warner and Rodgers been gone, I would have selected Rivers despite my "bias" towards him.

I really like Warners prospects still and in 10 and 12 team leagues I have no issue with the old man.

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4.05 Phillip Rivers :thumbup: Was going to take rodgers here. :rant: passing on old man Warner, i just don't think he holds up another year. still see a gluttony of serviceable rbs, so i will fill out the qb spot.

Shoot, and I thought the WR run was bad...sheeesh!

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Still too early (IMO) for these QBs. I don't care it's 6 points per pass TD. I prefered waiting, even had Warner, Rogers, and Rivers all not gone off the board here in the 4th.

My target was at WR, where I saw 2 guys with top 10 potential still on the board. Although they had poor 2008s, the talent and situation are both there. CJ going last pick makes up my mind for me.

4.08 - Braylon Edwards

Solid #2WR, with definate #1WR upside.

This pick is all about lineup requirements, as IMO the real value here is at RB

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Still too early (IMO) for these QBs. I don't care it's 6 points per pass TD. I prefered waiting, even had Warner, Rogers, and Rivers all not gone off the board here in the 4th.

My target was at WR, where I saw 2 guys with top 10 potential still on the board. Although they had poor 2008s, the talent and situation are both there. CJ going last pick makes up my mind for me.

4.08 - Braylon Edwards

Solid #2WR, with definate #1WR upside.

This pick is all about lineup requirements, as IMO the real value here is at RB

Nice pick.

I was going to pick Braylon, but opted for Rodgers. I too think that taking QB's before the 6/7th rounds is a reach, but I'm breaking my rule. I want to see how picking one early plays out. Fingers crossed.

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Hey guys, the run on tier 2 QBs is not atypical for this league. 6 pts per TD makes stud QBs pretty valuable and I fully expect those three names to go somewhere between rounds 4-5.

Black, not picking a WR in the first three rounds definitely sets you back. There are still some decent names available but certainly not too many guys who you can count on (or really even hope for as a legit WR1). The tough part is not that you might have 2 WR2s. The tough part is that some teams will now have two WR1s when you match up against them.

You have to hope all three of your RBs pan out and that someone is willing to trade. Problem is no one is likely to trade a WR1 for a RB2, so my guess would be that you'd have to give up MJD or CJ3, both of whom will have legit trade value.

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Hey guys, the run on tier 2 QBs is not atypical for this league. 6 pts per TD makes stud QBs pretty valuable and I fully expect those three names to go somewhere between rounds 4-5.Black, not picking a WR in the first three rounds definitely sets you back. There are still some decent names available but certainly not too many guys who you can count on (or really even hope for as a legit WR1). The tough part is not that you might have 2 WR2s. The tough part is that some teams will now have two WR1s when you match up against them.You have to hope all three of your RBs pan out and that someone is willing to trade. Problem is no one is likely to trade a WR1 for a RB2, so my guess would be that you'd have to give up MJD or CJ3, both of whom will have legit trade value.

I agree, with the scoring it is not atypical to see the QB's go where they did. Personally, I would prefer to wait until later rounds and take 2 good QB's (Ryan, Ben, Hass, McNabb, Palmer) and have better WR's/RB's. Everyone has their own plan of attack.

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Black, not picking a WR in the first three rounds definitely sets you back. There are still some decent names available but certainly not too many guys who you can count on (or really even hope for as a legit WR1). The tough part is not that you might have 2 WR2s. The tough part is that some teams will now have two WR1s when you match up against them.

You have to hope all three of your RBs pan out and that someone is willing to trade. Problem is no one is likely to trade a WR1 for a RB2, so my guess would be that you'd have to give up MJD or CJ3, both of whom will have legit trade value.

I agree, with the scoring it is not atypical to see the QB's go where they did. Personally, I would prefer to wait until later rounds and take 2 good QB's (Ryan, Ben, Hass, McNabb, Palmer) and have better WR's/RB's. Everyone has their own plan of attack.

Yeah, I am totally hosed w/out a number 1 WR. I don't like the way this draft is going for me, and probably won't do it this way again. I need to stockpile @ WR and hope someone breaks out or get a chance.

It's a long season so I would rather not trade one of my RBs. That is my strength, and need to be ready for bad matchups and injury. If I pulled a "Ryan Grant" out of my hat sometime in the season, I'd be willing to trade one of these RBs before the playoffs.

I should be good at RB if any 2 of those 3 work out well. NOTE: I am not 'that' sold on MBIII...think they will spell him alot with Felix....maybe even Choice.

I also agree it's too early for QBs. there are 5 QBs off the board, so only 5 of us looking for QBs, and I'd be happy with any of these guys plus a back up : Ryan, Ben, Hass, McNabb, Palmer

Need a WR NOW! ...bit of a shot in the dark, but need the #1 WR upside (200 yard games, 2 TD games) possibility.

4.09 Black takes A. Bryant

I would have preferred B. Edwards, Bowe, Welker, Housh or Marshall/TO if any of them had fallen this far.

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So let's take a quick look at our teams so far.

Ratbast:

ADP

Peyton Manning

Reggie Wayne

Black:

MJD

Chris Johnson

Marion Barber

Mighty Mice:

S-Jax

Slanton

Jennings

Buffalos:

Forte

Brady

Marques Colston

Choke:

Micheal Turner

Steve Smith, Caro

Boldin ( :confused: )

Kurt Warner

LOCO:

Larry Fitzgerald

Mega-Tron

Brandon Jacobs

Phillip Rivers

Branded Hand:

D'Angelo Williams

Clinton Portis

Roddy White

Aaron Rodgers

Laughinboy:

Westbrook

Andre Johnson

Dwayne Bowe

T.J. Housh...

efflrat:

Brees

Gore

Brandon Marshall

Wes Welker

LawFitz:

LT2

Randy Moss

T.O.

Reggie Bush

Loco's team has me thinking I need to take a WR in the first round if I'm anywhere past the 6th pick this year in a mandatory 3WR league. I've NEVER taken a WR in the first round, but his team looks awfully good right now.

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Loco's team has me thinking I need to take a WR in the first round if I'm anywhere past the 6th pick this year in a mandatory 3WR league. I've NEVER taken a WR in the first round, but his team looks awfully good right now.

Three starting WRs plus 0.5 PPR really does even the playing field between WRs and RBs. And with 6 pts per pass TD, stud QBs are also valuable. This is why I like this format. I hate leagues where a guy like Ryan Grant is more valuable than a guy like Megatron because of the scoring/starting format.

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Loco's team has me thinking I need to take a WR in the first round if I'm anywhere past the 6th pick this year in a mandatory 3WR league. I've NEVER taken a WR in the first round, but his team looks awfully good right now.

Three starting WRs plus 0.5 PPR really does even the playing field between WRs and RBs. And with 6 pts per pass TD, stud QBs are also valuable. This is why I like this format. I hate leagues where a guy like Ryan Grant is more valuable than a guy like Megatron because of the scoring/starting format.
Thoughts on 1.0 PPR? I have liked the 'high performance' scoring plus PPR, 10 yards = 1 point rush/rec; 25 yards passing = 1 point, 6 points all TDs.Do you believe that 1.0 PPR is too much? I have even thought of weighting TEs at 1.5 PPR.

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LOCO:

Larry Fitzgerald

Mega-Tron

Brandon Jacobs

Phillip Rivers

Loco's team has me thinking I need to take a WR in the first round if I'm anywhere past the 6th pick this year in a mandatory 3WR league. I've NEVER taken a WR in the first round, but his team looks awfully good right now.

No offense, because the 1-2 WR punch is first-rate, but I want more at RB than Jacobs and ??? in my starting lineup.

IMO Jacobs is a great RB2 who takes a big toll physically. Teaming him up with KSmith or McFadden every week would worry me that what I gain at WR I lose at RB. If Jacobs gets dinged and misses a game, my #1 RB is who? And who else do I play? One stud WR, yes. But in grabbing two, do you leave yourself thin at RB?

As always, it will be the 7th round and back that decides the draft. Grabbing this year's breakout RB/WR at value will swing the balance. In rounds 1-4 drafts are lost more than they are won.

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Loco's team has me thinking I need to take a WR in the first round if I'm anywhere past the 6th pick this year in a mandatory 3WR league. I've NEVER taken a WR in the first round, but his team looks awfully good right now.

Three starting WRs plus 0.5 PPR really does even the playing field between WRs and RBs. And with 6 pts per pass TD, stud QBs are also valuable. This is why I like this format. I hate leagues where a guy like Ryan Grant is more valuable than a guy like Megatron because of the scoring/starting format.
Then again, the problem with ppr is also making Reggie Bush - when healthy - more valuable than Portis or Turner.

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No offense, because the 1-2 WR punch is first-rate, but I want more at RB than Jacobs and ??? in my starting lineup.

This is a WR heavy format. You can afford to be thin at RB, b/c you are only starting two each week. Jacobs does get dinged up every now and then, but you can't predict injuries. There STILL some solid RBs out there right now, but the WR are starting to be slim pickings. I don't think you can be thin at WR when you are playing in a PPR league and you must start three WRs. You want WR depth in this format, not RB.JMO... Good discussion here though.

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ratblast PM his picks.

4.10 Jason Witten

5.01 Pierre Thomas

keep it going guys.

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No offense, because the 1-2 WR punch is first-rate, but I want more at RB than Jacobs and ??? in my starting lineup.

This is a WR heavy format. You can afford to be thin at RB, b/c you are only starting two each week. Jacobs does get dinged up every now and then, but you can't predict injuries. There STILL some solid RBs out there right now, but the WR are starting to be slim pickings. I don't think you can be thin at WR when you are playing in a PPR league and you must start three WRs. You want WR depth in this format, not RB.

JMO... Good discussion here though.

Actually, I think a good team needs balance. Being thin at RB is not something I can afford, IMO. Who gets dinged more - RB's or WR's? While you can't predict which RB will get hurt, you can bet that:

A) RB's will get injured/nicked up more often than WR's

B) A replacement WR is easier to find than a replacement RB.

Assuming PERFECT health for your fantasy team, you will start 3 RB's this year. Given that minimum need, having an RB1 is still essential. I can argue for taking a WR in the first and then an RB in round 2, but not WR/WR. If you do that, you rely on hitting a homer with your RB2/3 or you forfiet the gain at WR.

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