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2022 Rookie Rankings Post NFL draft - pick 1.05 (CLOSED) (1 Viewer)

TE Premium Scoring

  • RB James Cook, BUF

    Votes: 2 3.2%
  • RB Rachaad White, TB

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • RB Dameon Pierce, HOU

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • RB Isaiah Spiller, LAC

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • WR Jameson Williams, DET

    Votes: 25 40.3%
  • WR Treylon Burks, TEN

    Votes: 12 19.4%
  • WR Chris Olave, NO

    Votes: 4 6.5%
  • WR Skyy Moore, KC

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • WR Christian Watson, GB

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • WR Jahan Dotson, WAS

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • WR George Pickens, PIT

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • QB Kenny Pickett, PIT

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • TE Trey McBride, ARZ

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Don’t play in this format

    Votes: 19 30.6%
  • Other (please post who you voted for)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    62

Faust

MVP
Link to the previous poll:

2022 Rookie Rankings Post NFL draft - pick 1.04

Standard Scoring

1.01 RB Breece Hall, NYJ (78%)

1.02 RB Kenneth Walker III - SEA (79%)

1.03 WR Drake London, ATL (32%)

1.04 WR Garrett Wilson, NYJ (36%)

PPR Scoring 

1.01 RB Breece Hall, NYJ (86%)

1.02 RB Kenneth Walker III - SEA (65%)

1.03 WR Drake London, ATL (35%)

1.04 WR Garrett Wilson, NYJ (49%)

Superflex Scoring 

1.01 RB Breece Hall, NYJ (66%)

1.02 RB Kenneth Walker III - SEA (59%)

1.03 WR Drake London, ATL (19%)

1.04 WR Garrett Wilson, NYJ (27%)

TE Premium Scoring 

1.01 RB Breece Hall, NYJ (74%)

1.02 RB Kenneth Walker III - SEA (57%)

1.03 WR Drake London, ATL (31%)

1.04 WR Garrett Wilson, NYJ (31%)

 
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Faust

MVP
Magic 8 Ball - Will wide receivers win all of the Standard Scoring and PPR Scoring polls from 1.03 to 1.07?

  • Signs point to yes
 

travdogg

Footballguy
Can't see any other outcome really.
I can see an argument for James Cook. I won't be the one making it, but I can understand it. 2nd round draft capital in an elite offense, with just Singletary as competition, who is likely gone after 2022. 

 

titusbramble

Footballguy
Same same. 
 

my guess is that the 1.5 and 1.6 “winners” of these poll will get around 1/3 of the vote. Then 1.7 will get closer to 50% as the last remaining of the Big 5 WRs.  


Yep, if a WR went at 3 in all formats, they're going to go until at least 6, maybe 7, in all formats

 

Hankmoody

Footballguy
This one's the interesting spot.  Wilson was a no-brainer for me (at 3 actually) but after that Burks, Olave, and Williams are all bunched right up.  I have London a distant WR5.

So this poll should be very evenly split between Burkes, Olave, and Williams, and I think dynasty owners will make their actual draft decisions based on team makeup - win now guys will want Olave or Burks depending on if/who you trust at QB for each and rebuilders might prefer the upside of Williams with the dream that he has the best likely chance at a magic QB upgrade in 2024 draft.  Stroud to Jamieson would be dreamy (and ironic).

 

foxco

Footballguy
I can see an argument for James Cook. I won't be the one making it, but I can understand it. 2nd round draft capital in an elite offense, with just Singletary as competition, who is likely gone after 2022. 
Yeah I could see that if some RB needy team gets nervous. Cook went 1.09 yesterday in a draft that just started so I could see a jump. 

 

Aznflyer14

Footballguy
I may be in the minority but I can't see how Goff would be able to capitalize Williams' insane speed during vertical passing.  For starter, Goff can't throw deep.  It feels like Williams would spend half of his time on stretching the field to take away at least one or two defensive players away from other offensive playmakers.  I think the real winners are either TJ Hockenson or Amon St. Brown.

 
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