Alright I'm in a 4-team playoff league that starts 3 QB, 3 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, and 1 D, with each coming from a different NFL team. We're doing a 12-round draft, so there's no bench - just start 'em and go. I'm trying to come up with some VBD numbers and have decided there are two factors to consider: a) the value relative to others at his position, and b) the value relative to others on his NFL team. So my main question is what weight do you put on each of those values? Is one more important than the other? Why? Here are some interesting points to consider:- Peyton Manning is 3rd overall when ranked by positional VBD, yet 26th overall when ranked by team VBD (because of Harrison, Wayne, and James)- Steve Smith is 27th overall when ranked by positional VBD, yet 3rd overall when ranked by team VBD (because the Panthers 4th best player is their defense, which doesn't score much in our system)So how do you decide which VBD number to follow? My initial instinct is to use the standard positional VBD to start the draft, but move toward the team VBD later.Thoughts?