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I did this last offseason, I'll try to keep up again this year.

I have some prejudices - I don't answer questions that don't use capitalization or punctuation, I undervalue CBs and 3-4 OLBs and DEs... but I'll try to answer all questions. Others are welcome to answer as well.

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2LB 1CB 2S 2IDP 2DB

Weddle

Nick Roach

Eric Berry

Tyvon Branch

Vontaze Burfict

Perry Riley

Curtis Lofton

Jerod Mayo

Kam Chancellor

Devin Mccourty

Cortland Finnegan

Dawan Landry

Colin McCarthy

Anyone worth dropping?

2pt solo 1pt assisted tackles.

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2LB 1CB 2S 2IDP 2DBWeddle, Eric Berry, Tyvon Branch, Kam Chancellor, Dawan LandryNick Roach, Vontaze Burfict, Perry Riley, Curtis Lofton, Jerod Mayo, Colin McCarthyDevin Mccourty, Cortland FinneganAnyone worth dropping? 2pt solo 1pt assisted tackles.

I don't see any need for Roach or Landry on your team.

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Drop 2 of these LB's:

Russell Allen

Erin Henderson

Pat Angerer

Rey Maualuga

Dont'a Hightower

James-Michael Johnson

1.5 pt TT, 4 pt Sacks

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14 Team PPR / IDP (STACKED @ LB, Finished 16 - 10; 5th seed)

QB / 1 RB / 3 WR / 1 TE / 2 FLEX / PK / 2 DL / 3 LB / 2 DB / & 2 Flex IDP (Teams are only allowed to Start a Max of 4 WRs and 4 LBs a week)

Scoring (6 Pt TD / .2 Comp / .2 Ru Att / .5 PPR RB, 1 WR, TE / 2 Solo, 1 Assist, 4 special plays)

QB: Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn

RB: Darren Sproles, Ben Tate, DeAngelo Williams, Andre Brown

WR: Percy Harvin, Torrey Smith, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Doug Baldwin, Robert Meachem, Jerome Simpson, Danny Amendola, Harry Douglas, Jon Baldwin, DeVier Posey

TE: Fred Davis, Jason Witten, Rob Housler, Luke Stocker, Garrett Graham, Virgil Green

PK: Matt Bryant

DL Dumervil, Umenyiora

LB Angerer, Weatherspoon, D Washington, Burfict, J Freeman, Wagner, DDavis, Z Brown, Bishop (IR)

DB Branch, Godfrey, Williams

The team is getting old and not sure its much of a competitor next yr, being offered a 2014 1st of D Washington. Already pretty stacked at LB so I think I should do it.

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Drop 2 of these LB's:Russell AllenErin HendersonPat AngererRey MaualugaDont'a HightowerJames-Michael Johnson1.5 pt TT, 4 pt Sacks

Allen, clearly.For the second... I'm not sure. Hightower's likely to have an increased role going forward, so I'd hold him. Angerer was useless this season, but that might have been due to his recovery and not a future indicator. Henderson looked good before his injury, though I'm not sure whether he'll beat out Brinkley long-term in the nickle packages. JMJ is promising for the future, but lots of those guys don't make it. Maualuga is a tease - I really don't know what to expect from him, but he's failed to produce in a decent situation.I guess my second would be either JMJ or Maualuga... probably JMJ.

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14 Team PPR / IDP (STACKED @ LB, Finished 16 - 10; 5th seed)QB / 1 RB / 3 WR / 1 TE / 2 FLEX / PK / 2 DL / 3 LB / 2 DB / & 2 Flex IDP (Teams are only allowed to Start a Max of 4 WRs and 4 LBs a week)Scoring (6 Pt TD / .2 Comp / .2 Ru Att / .5 PPR RB, 1 WR, TE / 2 Solo, 1 Assist, 4 special plays)QB: Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning, Matt FlynnRB: Darren Sproles, Ben Tate, DeAngelo Williams, Andre BrownWR: Percy Harvin, Torrey Smith, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Doug Baldwin, Robert Meachem, Jerome Simpson, Danny Amendola, Harry Douglas, Jon Baldwin, DeVier PoseyTE: Fred Davis, Jason Witten, Rob Housler, Luke Stocker, Garrett Graham, Virgil GreenPK: Matt BryantDL Dumervil, UmenyioraLB Angerer, Weatherspoon, D Washington, Burfict, J Freeman, Wagner, DDavis, Z Brown, Bishop (IR)DB Branch, Godfrey, WilliamsThe team is getting old and not sure its much of a competitor next yr, being offered a 2014 1st of D Washington. Already pretty stacked at LB so I think I should do it.

I completely agree. It's hard to think of a situation where you should pass up a first round pick for a LB, especially with your depth.

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Getting real deep at LB in my start-up. Would you go Hali, Mercilus, Ingram or Spence as LB6 type? Tackle heavy unfortunately...

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Getting real deep at LB in my start-up. Would you go Hali, Mercilus, Ingram or Spence as LB6 type? Tackle heavy unfortunately...

I don't think I'd pick any of them. Are any future possible MLBs/ILBs available, like Keenan Robinson or Nate Irving?

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Getting real deep at LB in my start-up. Would you go Hali, Mercilus, Ingram or Spence as LB6 type? Tackle heavy unfortunately...

I don't think I'd pick any of them. Are any future possible MLBs/ILBs available, like Keenan Robinson or Nate Irving?
Yeah I did grab Robinson actually. Overlooked him when I posted this.

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Who's got more long-term dynasty staying power - Freeman or Woodyard?

I think it's hard to consider long-term with most IDPs unless they're elite, and neither of these guys are. That's not to say they aren't useful until they fall off a cliff... I'd go with Woodyard since the it seems like nothing should change this offseason unless Nate Irving finally shows up.

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Requesting thoughts on Daryl Smith long term. I have not followed him much, but noticed him available on waivers late in the season so I added him and wanted to wait until later to ask questions. Well, here I am. I know he is well regarded in Jacksonville, but is this guy a solid 3 down option? or does he get pulled in subpackages? does he have deficiencies vs. the run? pass? any idea if the Jags are switching from the 4-3?I know, a lot of questions, first time I have owned a Jag since Jimmy Smith so please bear with me.

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Requesting thoughts on Daryl Smith long term. I have not followed him much, but noticed him available on waivers late in the season so I added him and wanted to wait until later to ask questions. Well, here I am. I know he is well regarded in Jacksonville, but is this guy a solid 3 down option? or does he get pulled in subpackages? does he have deficiencies vs. the run? pass? any idea if the Jags are switching from the 4-3?I know, a lot of questions, first time I have owned a Jag since Jimmy Smith so please bear with me.

I think my perception of Smith is outdated - I think of him as a baseline player... look at his positional ranks over the years, and you see 48-28-22-35-30, playing just about every game... so basically an LB3 every week. Then in 2009 he seemed to break the mold, and he finished 5-9-7 through 2011, an LB1. This season, he missed essentially the whole season due to injury. It's hard to know, though - those three good years were two coaches ago now, and he's getting older. That type of LB seems to age well (Lewis, Fletcher, Urlacher, Spikes), so 31 isn't terribly old.One thing to consider, though, is that people felt those three strong statistical years weren't due to Smith doing a great job - it was felt that the guys around him were injured and ineffective in the back 7.I guess I would roster him to see what happens. Three years ago, I never would have rostered him, but given his stats in his last three full seasons, he's worth holding.

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Based on my reading that's the same perception I got. He will probably be a 3 down guy and given all the issues around him replacing him won't be a priority in the next couple of years. Don't expect stud numbers, but LB3 startable? Yeah. He's considered one of the Jags' best defenders so I think he'll be around for at least a few more years, maybe he'll age well and maintain a 3 down role.Thank you

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14 Team PPR / IDP (STACKED @ LB, Finished 16 - 10; 5th seed)QB / 1 RB / 3 WR / 1 TE / 2 FLEX / PK / 2 DL / 3 LB / 2 DB / & 2 Flex IDP (Teams are only allowed to Start a Max of 4 WRs and 4 LBs a week)Scoring (6 Pt TD / .2 Comp / .2 Ru Att / .5 PPR RB, 1 WR, TE / 2 Solo, 1 Assist, 4 special plays)QB: Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning, Matt FlynnRB: Darren Sproles, Ben Tate, DeAngelo Williams, Andre BrownWR: Percy Harvin, Torrey Smith, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Doug Baldwin, Robert Meachem, Jerome Simpson, Danny Amendola, Harry Douglas, Jon Baldwin, DeVier PoseyTE: Fred Davis, Jason Witten, Rob Housler, Luke Stocker, Garrett Graham, Virgil GreenPK: Matt BryantDL Dumervil, UmenyioraLB Angerer, Weatherspoon, D Washington, Burfict, J Freeman, Wagner, DDavis, Z Brown, Bishop (IR)DB Branch, Godfrey, WilliamsThe team is getting old and not sure its much of a competitor next yr, being offered a 2014 1st of D Washington. Already pretty stacked at LB so I think I should do it.

I completely agree. It's hard to think of a situation where you should pass up a first round pick for a LB, especially with your depth.
Trade was complete, now would u move weatherspoon for a late 1st in this yrs draft

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14 Team PPR / IDP (STACKED @ LB, Finished 16 - 10; 5th seed)QB / 1 RB / 3 WR / 1 TE / 2 FLEX / PK / 2 DL / 3 LB / 2 DB / & 2 Flex IDP (Teams are only allowed to Start a Max of 4 WRs and 4 LBs a week)Scoring (6 Pt TD / .2 Comp / .2 Ru Att / .5 PPR RB, 1 WR, TE / 2 Solo, 1 Assist, 4 special plays)QB: Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning, Matt FlynnRB: Darren Sproles, Ben Tate, DeAngelo Williams, Andre BrownWR: Percy Harvin, Torrey Smith, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Doug Baldwin, Robert Meachem, Jerome Simpson, Danny Amendola, Harry Douglas, Jon Baldwin, DeVier PoseyTE: Fred Davis, Jason Witten, Rob Housler, Luke Stocker, Garrett Graham, Virgil GreenPK: Matt BryantDL Dumervil, UmenyioraLB Angerer, Weatherspoon, D Washington, Burfict, J Freeman, Wagner, DDavis, Z Brown, Bishop (IR)DB Branch, Godfrey, WilliamsThe team is getting old and not sure its much of a competitor next yr, being offered a 2014 1st of D Washington. Already pretty stacked at LB so I think I should do it.

I completely agree. It's hard to think of a situation where you should pass up a first round pick for a LB, especially with your depth.
Trade was complete, now would u move weatherspoon for a late 1st in this yrs draft
Yes, I would. Your depth is still very good with Bishop returning, DDavis likely getting a shot, Brown developing, Burfict at MLB... do it, then draft another 1-2 LBs in the third round this year.

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What is David Hawthorne's outlook for 2013 and beyond? I have to cut a few players and he is on the bubble. Can he be a LB3-4?16 team/53 man rosters/start 3-5 LBs. I have 4 other good LBs. His salary is also $4M (out of $123M cap) so that is a consideration. 2pts/solo 1pt/asst 4pts/sack 5 pts/int

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Help me rank these zealot DBs. I am debating on possible dropping one and maybe another if Chung would be a decent upgrade.

Kam Chancellor

Kurt Coleman

Dashon Goldson

Michael Griffin

Roman Harper

Troy Polamalu

George Wilson

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Patrick Chung - available FA

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I've been traveling and need to catch up on free agency before I respond... I'll be back soon.

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In a 16 team league I got offered Terrell Suggs for my 2.11. Standard idp scoring. Thoughts?

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In a 16 team league I got offered Terrell Suggs for my 2.11. Standard idp scoring. Thoughts?

Not my thread but... he's now a LB, which is why they are offering him up at all. Look at your scoring from 2011-2012 and see where Suggs would have been as a LB. In my leagues, he would have been the #32 LB in 2011 when healthy (was #3 DE).

Taking the name out of it, would you give up the 27 overall rookie pick for a LB2/LB3 coming off his injury and at his age?

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What is David Hawthorne's outlook for 2013 and beyond? I have to cut a few players and he is on the bubble. Can he be a LB3-4?16 team/53 man rosters/start 3-5 LBs. I have 4 other good LBs. His salary is also $4M (out of $123M cap) so that is a consideration.2pts/solo1pt/asst4pts/sack5 pts/int

I'm sure it's too late to help, but I'm holding/adding Hawthorne wherever I can this offseason. That shift to a 3-4 could be really valuable if he falls into the correct spot. With essentially three ILBs on the roster, it will be interesting to see how it falls together. I don't have any guesses at how it shakes out, but it seems to be a cheap situation to buy into with Hawthorne.

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In a 16 team league I got offered Terrell Suggs for my 2.11. Standard idp scoring. Thoughts?

Not my thread but... he's now a LB, which is why they are offering him up at all. Look at your scoring from 2011-2012 and see where Suggs would have been as a LB. In my leagues, he would have been the #32 LB in 2011 when healthy (was #3 DE).

Taking the name out of it, would you give up the 27 overall rookie pick for a LB2/LB3 coming off his injury and at his age?

Check his designation on your league software for the coming season. If he's a DE, I'd make the trade because I expect him to be solid for another couple of years, which isn't a terrible return for a 2.11 pick. If he's an LB, no way.

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10 team dynasty - 1 qb, 1 rb, 2 wr, 2 flex, 1 te, 1 k, 2 dl, 2 lb, 2 db

Been offered the #12 rookie pick this year, Luke Kuechly, and a 2015 1st round pick for Crabtree.

current roster:

Rodgers, Flacco, Tanny, Vick

Rice, Spiller, Ingram, J Stew, D Will, Bradshaw, McGahee

Calvin, D Thomas, Nicks, V Jax, Crabtree, Gordon

Finley, F Davis

Tynes

JJ Watt, Suggs, Charles Johnson, Mathis

Poz, Bishop, D'Qwell, Greenway

Berry, Branch, Burnett, Harper

#9, #32, #34, #37 rookie picks

*Suggs and Mathis are still DLs (we "grandfather" players to what they were when you acquired them)

**Crab has the same bye week as Calvin and D Thomas and Nicks....

***I'd likely have to drop one of my current LBs as I wouldn't want to roster 5

Thoughts? Thanks!

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What is David Hawthorne's outlook for 2013 and beyond? I have to cut a few players and he is on the bubble. Can he be a LB3-4?16 team/53 man rosters/start 3-5 LBs. I have 4 other good LBs. His salary is also $4M (out of $123M cap) so that is a consideration.2pts/solo1pt/asst4pts/sack5 pts/int

I'm sure it's too late to help, but I'm holding/adding Hawthorne wherever I can this offseason. That shift to a 3-4 could be really valuable if he falls into the correct spot. With essentially three ILBs on the roster, it will be interesting to see how it falls together. I don't have any guesses at how it shakes out, but it seems to be a cheap situation to buy into with Hawthorne.

Not too late as I have until the NFL draft to decide. Appreciate the response!

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10 team dynasty - 1 qb, 1 rb, 2 wr, 2 flex, 1 te, 1 k, 2 dl, 2 lb, 2 db

Been offered the #12 rookie pick this year, Luke Kuechly, and a 2015 1st round pick for Crabtree.

current roster:

Rodgers, Flacco, Tanny, Vick

Rice, Spiller, Ingram, J Stew, D Will, Bradshaw, McGahee

Calvin, D Thomas, Nicks, V Jax, Crabtree, Gordon

Finley, F Davis

Tynes

JJ Watt, Suggs, Charles Johnson, Mathis

Poz, Bishop, D'Qwell, Greenway

Berry, Branch, Burnett, Harper

#9, #32, #34, #37 rookie picks

*Suggs and Mathis are still DLs (we "grandfather" players to what they were when you acquired them)

**Crab has the same bye week as Calvin and D Thomas and Nicks....

***I'd likely have to drop one of my current LBs as I wouldn't want to roster 5

Thoughts? Thanks!

I would absolutely take that deal. Kuechly is a tackling machine. I'd plug him in as a starter immediately (depending on your scoring system.)

And how often is Crabtree going to crack your starting lineup with that murderer's row of WRs you have?

I'd carry five LBs and part ways with one of your RBs. Why carry seven RBs when you only start 1-3 (with the flex)?

Just my two cents.

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10 team dynasty - 1 qb, 1 rb, 2 wr, 2 flex, 1 te, 1 k, 2 dl, 2 lb, 2 db

Been offered the #12 rookie pick this year, Luke Kuechly, and a 2015 1st round pick for Crabtree.

current roster:

Rodgers, Flacco, Tanny, Vick

Rice, Spiller, Ingram, J Stew, D Will, Bradshaw, McGahee

Calvin, D Thomas, Nicks, V Jax, Crabtree, Gordon

Finley, F Davis

Tynes

JJ Watt, Suggs, Charles Johnson, Mathis

Poz, Bishop, D'Qwell, Greenway

Berry, Branch, Burnett, Harper

#9, #32, #34, #37 rookie picks

*Suggs and Mathis are still DLs (we "grandfather" players to what they were when you acquired them)

**Crab has the same bye week as Calvin and D Thomas and Nicks....

***I'd likely have to drop one of my current LBs as I wouldn't want to roster 5

Thoughts? Thanks!

I would absolutely take that deal. Kuechly is a tackling machine. I'd plug him in as a starter immediately (depending on your scoring system.)

And how often is Crabtree going to crack your starting lineup with that murderer's row of WRs you have?

I'd carry five LBs and part ways with one of your RBs. Why carry seven RBs when you only start 1-3 (with the flex)?

Just my two cents.

I really don't want to argue with Charlie Kelly (great avatar!).

I carry that many RBs because that is the position that typically has the most injuries. Anyway, D Will is the J Stew handcuff, Bradshaw could find himself as a starter before week 1, and Willis McGahee at least right now tops the Denver depth chart.

I do like the idea of the trade, though. Being able to start Kuechly and JJ Watt each week is going to be killer (with Suggs as a DL#2 and Poz or Bishop or Greenway as my #2)?

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10 team dynasty - 1 qb, 1 rb, 2 wr, 2 flex, 1 te, 1 k, 2 dl, 2 lb, 2 db

Been offered the #12 rookie pick this year, Luke Kuechly, and a 2015 1st round pick for Crabtree.

current roster:

Rodgers, Flacco, Tanny, Vick

Rice, Spiller, Ingram, J Stew, D Will, Bradshaw, McGahee

Calvin, D Thomas, Nicks, V Jax, Crabtree, Gordon

Finley, F Davis

Tynes

JJ Watt, Suggs, Charles Johnson, Mathis

Poz, Bishop, D'Qwell, Greenway

Berry, Branch, Burnett, Harper

#9, #32, #34, #37 rookie picks

*Suggs and Mathis are still DLs (we "grandfather" players to what they were when you acquired them)

**Crab has the same bye week as Calvin and D Thomas and Nicks....

***I'd likely have to drop one of my current LBs as I wouldn't want to roster 5

Thoughts? Thanks!

I would absolutely take that deal. Kuechly is a tackling machine. I'd plug him in as a starter immediately (depending on your scoring system.)

And how often is Crabtree going to crack your starting lineup with that murderer's row of WRs you have?

I'd carry five LBs and part ways with one of your RBs. Why carry seven RBs when you only start 1-3 (with the flex)?

Just my two cents.

I agree - with that much depth, cash in Crabtree to improve your starting lineup and pick up some draft picks to keep your team stocked going forward.

Then again, see if you can turn Ingram + Crabtree into a better RB2 - say Jamaal Charles.

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Have what one would consider a good problem...In my keep 10 league I'd like to keep a solid core of LBers and have decided on keeping 3 for sure...maybe even 4Luke Kuechly*

Bobby Wagner*

Desmond Bishop

Lance Briggs

Mychal Kendricks

Akeem Dent

If salary was not an issue, and knowing that I have Bruce Carter on my TS to activate next season, who would you keep? Would you use the 4th spot on another position and be satisified with the core of Kuechly-Wagner-Bishop-Carter or is Kendricks a talent worth keeping..

Thanks in advance

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Yes, great problem to have. I don't know how many you start, how many bench spots you have, and how many teams in your league. If you have injuries during the season, can you pick up something useful off the wire?

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We've got a very flex IDP requirement where you can start a min of 2 or a max of 5, most teams stick with 4 or 5. It's a 12 team, $340 salary cap, 30 roster spots, start 20, keep 10 ea year (+TS).I got Bishop off of the WW as well as Kendricks as a late season cut from someone making a playoff run.

Here's more info...

Kuechly - $16Wagner - $11Briggs - $19Bishop - $7

Kendricks & Dent - $2 a piece

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I'd just keep the three - only keeping 10 per year, you're bound to have a better offensive player to keep.

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Depends how high you value Maclin this year and other guys...here's my coreKaep/Locker/VickTrich/Lynch/CJ2K/IngramAJ/Maclin/Britt

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Kaepernick, Richardson, Lynch, Johnson, Green, Maclin certainly.

So it's Kendricks vs. Locker/Ingram/Britt.

I'd keep one of the offensive guys, not Locker. Britt or Ingram - both have been weak so far, both get another shot this year to become more.

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16 team dynasty IDP. PPR scoring, 1.5 ppr for TEs, All TDs=6 pts. Start 1 QB 1-2 RB 3-4 WR 1-2 TE K 3 DL 3 LB 3 DB plus two flex IDP with max of 4 at one position.My team: QB Romo Schaub FlynnRB ADP CJ2K Green-Ellis Bradshaw Hardesty Kevin Smith TannerWR Megatron M.Austin Garcon Josh Gordon Stevie Johnson Rueben RandleTE Celek Fasano PaulsenDL Osi Chandler Mincey MeltonLB Willis Bishop D. Washington Mathis MaualugaDB Chung Jennings R.Sherman K.Phillips Whitner Two questions. 1. What's my weakness/need in the rookie draft? Obviously TEs stink, also feeling a need to retool at RB plus Daryl Washington suspension/arrest begs for help at LB. Always looking for a top DB but there are so many marginal starters on the FA list that it never seems that important.2. Can I compete this year or should I be thinking of retooling a bit? Not going to tear it all down (my retool strategy is simply to accept not winning this year and focus on the following 2 seasons instead) more if I should be making my last run with this group and adding vets or avoiding that strategy and looking more at youth, taking advantage should I see the opportunity to sell high on my own aging talent (probably at WR and/or RB). D. Washington makes the second option slightly more likely, thinking one or two more hits to key players and that becomes more obvious. Appreciate any comments. ETA I have the 11th pick in the rookie draft.

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1. BPA. Yes, you need TE help, but that's a slow-developing position in general. You need depth everywhere roughly equally, so take the best player available. Also, don't predraft. At 1.11, ask for a 1st next year plus a late pick from anyone who loves a guy still on the board. If you want to make a run this season, consider trading that 11th pick for a veteran TE upgrade... maybe you could send it plus Celek for an upgrade. You might even be able to get a sneaky upgrade to Olsen or Daniels for a third round pick if they're someone's backup.

2. You've got ADP and Megatron. Win this year.

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Where would you draft D Washington today in a startup dynasty league? Top 10 LB still?

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Not top 10 for me - there just isn't enough separation after the first 3-4 guys to take on the risk of a full-season suspension for the next offense. There's also always the chance that he goes clean, but isn't able to perform at as high of a level (Merriman-itis).

Drafting an ILB that early, then adding Dansby muddles thing, too. I could see a 3-man rotation for the two spots when he's back.

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