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Ideal and Nightmare situations (1 Viewer)

Rev

Footballguy
Ideal:

Bush: Packers or Jets trade up

White: Atlanta or Pittsburg

Williams: Denver, New England, or Indy

Moroney: Indy

Calhoun: Giants or Indy

Eddai: Jets

Nightmare:

Bush: Houston!??!?!? (O Line an DDavis)

White: New Orleans or Arizona (Neither need a power back)

Williams: Denver (RBBC with Dayne and Bell)

Moroney: Minnesota (hometown pressure, Chestor Taylor and M. Moore)

Other thoughts?

 
Ideal:

Bush: Packers or Jets trade up

White: Atlanta or Pittsburg

Williams: Denver, New England, or Indy

Moroney: Indy

Calhoun: Giants or Indy

Eddai: Jets

Nightmare:

Bush: Houston!??!?!? (O Line an DDavis)

White: New Orleans or Arizona (Neither need a power back)

Williams: Denver (RBBC with Dayne and Bell)

Moroney: Minnesota (hometown pressure, Chestor Taylor and M. Moore)

Other thoughts?
Maybe a nightmare for my opponents. Williams>>>Bell and Dayne
 

FreeBaGeL

Footballguy
Nightmare: Bush: Houston!??!?!? (O Line an DDavis)
I'm not nearly as worried about this as everyone else. As a 1.01 owner I'm actually looking forward to Bush in Houston. Houston already had a pretty good run game (making the average DD look good), and adding Kubiak who headed the Broncos brilliant attack won't hurt.Houston also likes to throw to their backs which is another of Bush's strongsuits. DD won't be an obstacle for long.
 
Here is something ideal for guys with a 1.5 rookie pick

Bush - Houston

White - Denver

Maroney - New England

Williams - Jacksonville

Adai - Colts

 

Rev

Footballguy
Here is something ideal for guys with a 1.5 rookie pick

Bush - Houston

White - Denver

Maroney - New England

Williams - Jacksonville

Adai - Colts
Personally, I think that the Colts would go for Calhoun before Adai. Both are fast, but Calhoun has demonstrated the kind of running skills and recieving ability that would fit admirably into the Colts' attack. Mark my words, if Adai or Calhoun go to Indy, they will challange for the #2 rookie pick in fantasy.

 
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King of the Jungle

Footballguy
Ideal:

Bush: Packers or Jets trade up

White: Atlanta or Pittsburg

Williams: Denver, New England, or Indy

Moroney: Indy

Calhoun: Giants or Indy

Eddai: Jets

Nightmare:

Bush: Houston!??!?!? (O Line an DDavis)

White: New Orleans or Arizona (Neither need a power back)

Williams: Denver (RBBC with Dayne and Bell)

Moroney: Minnesota (hometown pressure, Chestor Taylor and M. Moore)

Other thoughts?
Best and worst situation, please tell?
 

-OZ-

Footballguy
I'm thinking any of these in

San Diego

Seattle

Miami

Kansas City

Buffalo

St. Louis

Washington

Oakland

Tampa Bay

Detroit

New Orleans

Philadelphia

New York Giants

Cincinati

Dallas

Baltimore

Chicago

Would hurt their value a tad.

 

Patoons

Footballguy
Here is something ideal for guys with a 1.5 rookie pick

Bush - Houston

White - Denver

Maroney - New England

Williams - Jacksonville

Adai - Colts
From a strategy standpoint, though, I'm wondering if it's best to buy or sell that 1.05. I think for all this to happen, it'd take WAY too much luck. Someone is bound to fall into a terrible situation (RBBC, backup, etc.).Although, I could see Calhoun headed to the Jets in the 2nd, which could give a possible 6 RB's to choose from depending on where the others go.

 

thayman

Footballguy
Ideal:

Bush: Packers or Jets trade up

White: Atlanta or Pittsburg

Williams: Denver, New England, or Indy

Moroney: Indy

Calhoun: Giants or Indy

Eddai: Jets

Nightmare:

Bush: Houston!??!?!? (O Line an DDavis)

White: New Orleans or Arizona (Neither need a power back)

Williams: Denver (RBBC with Dayne and Bell)

Moroney: Minnesota (hometown pressure, Chestor Taylor and M. Moore)

Other thoughts?
Are you talking from a FF point of view?? Or from and NFL point of view??
 

-OZ-

Footballguy
Here is something ideal for guys with a 1.5 rookie pick

Bush - Houston

White - Denver

Maroney - New England

Williams - Jacksonville

Adai - Colts
From a strategy standpoint, though, I'm wondering if it's best to buy or sell that 1.05. I think for all this to happen, it'd take WAY too much luck. Someone is bound to fall into a terrible situation (RBBC, backup, etc.).Although, I could see Calhoun headed to the Jets in the 2nd, which could give a possible 6 RB's to choose from depending on where the others go.
I'm inclined to think that one of the RBs outside of the top 4 land in an optimal situation. Now, they may never perform at a level justifying the 1.05, but in the league where I own the #5 pick, I'm waiting until after the draft to trade it, and even then I may not.
 

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