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Post Your 2013 Dynasty Rookie Draft (1 Viewer)

Hopkins and Patterson should be in the top 6. Ball and Franklin should not be in the top 6
agree with franklin, Ball not so much
I think this is perfect draft to fill holes in your roster and not worry about how the draft should play out or rankings.
I disagree. Always take the best talent in this case. This time next year Hopkins and Patterson will have more value than Ball and Franklin.
I get the Franklin but do you think Ball will be out of the league or on the bench next year? Should be a starting RB for a great offense IMO. Is he a super talent, no but he is or should be the starter for the Broncos..

 
Hopkins and Patterson should be in the top 6. Ball and Franklin should not be in the top 6
agree with franklin, Ball not so much
I think this is perfect draft to fill holes in your roster and not worry about how the draft should play out or rankings.
I disagree. Always take the best talent in this case. This time next year Hopkins and Patterson will have more value than Ball and Franklin.
I get the Franklin but do you think Ball will be out of the league or on the bench next year? Should be a starting RB for a great offense IMO. Is he a super talent, no but he is or should be the starter for the Broncos..
Hopkins and Patterson are better talents. I'm not reaching for a situation, I'm taking the better talented player.
 
Complete - 10 team - 2QB,2RB,3WR,1TE,1RB/WR/TE,1K,1Def - 1/2 pt PPR, 4PT passing TDBoard is a mess, lots of previous pick trades...Team # is finish position last year.1.01 Team 10 Manuel, E.J. BUF QB [Vick,Fitz on roster, new owner - complete rebuild] 1.02 Team 9 Smith, Geno NYJ QB [Tannehill, Locker, Sanchez]1.03 Team 5 Ball, Montee DEN RB [1.03 & 3.10 traded for 1.06 & 2.06]1.04 Team 7 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB 1.05 Team 6 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB 1.06 Team 10 Lacy, Eddie GBP RB 1.07 Team 6 Franklin, Johnathan GBP RB 1.08 Team 2 Austin, Tavon STL WR [1.08 & 4.05 traded for 1.09 & 3.09]1.09 Team 3 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR1.10 Team 10 Barkley, Matt PHI QB2.01 Team 2 Eifert, Tyler CIN TE 2.02 Team 9 Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN WR 2.03 Team 10 Hunter, Justin TEN WR 2.04 Team 7 Woods, Robert BUF WR 2.05 Team 1 Michael, Christine SEA RB 2.06 Team 10 Lattimore, Marcus SFO RB 2.07 Team 4 Stacy, Zac STL RB 2.08 Team 1 Dobson, Aaron NEP WR 2.09 Team 6 Ellington, Andre ARI RB 2.10 Team 1 Davis, Knile KCC RB3.01 Team 10 No Pick - Forfit for Josh Gordon3.02 Team 9 Gillislee, Mike MIA RB3.03 Team 8 Riddick, Theo DET RB 3.04 Team 7 Ertz, Zach PHI TE 3.05 Team 3 Allen, Keenan SDC WR 3.06 Team 5 Randle, Joseph DAL RB3.07 Team 10 Murray, Latavius OAK RB3.08 Team 2 Wheaton, Markus PIT WR3.09 Team 3 Johnson, Charles GBP WR3.10 Team 5 Patton, Quinton SFO WR 4.01 Team 10 Glennon, Mike TBB QB4.02 Team 9 Wilson, Tyler OAK QB4.03 Team 8 Taylor, Stepfan ARI RB4.04 Team 7 Barner, Kenjon CAR RB4.05 Team 2 Rogers, Da'Rick BUF WR4.06 Team 5 Jamison, Jawan WAS RB4.07 Team 10 Butler, Brice OAK WR4.08 Team 9 Kelce, Travis KCC TE4.09 Team 9 Bailey, Stedman STL WR4.10 Team 6 Williams, Terrance DAL WRI have Team 10, took over after the draft last year. Have 8 picks this year, and an extra 1,2,4 next year from trades below and a few othersBrady & Sproles for Miller, 2013 1.03, 2.03, 2014 1.xxR. Bush for 2013 1.10 & 2014 2.xxQB - Vick, Fitz, Garrard, Tavaris Jackson, LindleyRB - L. Miller, Bryce Brown, Andre Brown, Don Brown, Dwyer, Powell, Hillis, BlountWR - VJax, J. Gordon, Bowe, S. Rice, G. Tate, Jacoby Jones, Burleson, Edelman, NelsonTE - Keller, CaseyK - ZuerleinD - 49ers

 
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In-progress - 10 team - 2QB,2RB,3WR,1TE,1RB/WR/TE,1K,1Def - 1/2 pt PPR, 4PT passing TD Board is a mess, lots of previous pick trades...Team # is finish position last year.1.01 Team 10 Manuel, E.J. BUF QB [Vick,Fitz on roster, new owner - complete rebuild] 1.02 Team 9 Smith, Geno NYJ QB [Tannehill, Locker, Sanchez]1.03 Team 5 Ball, Montee DEN RB [1.03 & 3.10 traded for 1.06 & 2.06]1.04 Team 7 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB 1.05 Team 6 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB 1.06 Team 10 Lacy, Eddie GBP RB 1.07 Team 6 Franklin, Johnathan GBP RB 1.08 Team 2 Austin, Tavon STL WR [1.08 & 4.05 traded for 1.09 & 3.09]1.09 Team 3 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR1.10 Team 10 Barkley, Matt PHI QB
patterson not in top 10? madness

 
In-progress - 10 team - 2QB,2RB,3WR,1TE,1RB/WR/TE,1K,1Def - 1/2 pt PPR, 4PT passing TD Board is a mess, lots of previous pick trades...Team # is finish position last year.1.01 Team 10 Manuel, E.J. BUF QB [Vick,Fitz on roster, new owner - complete rebuild] 1.02 Team 9 Smith, Geno NYJ QB [Tannehill, Locker, Sanchez]1.03 Team 5 Ball, Montee DEN RB [1.03 & 3.10 traded for 1.06 & 2.06]1.04 Team 7 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB 1.05 Team 6 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB 1.06 Team 10 Lacy, Eddie GBP RB 1.07 Team 6 Franklin, Johnathan GBP RB 1.08 Team 2 Austin, Tavon STL WR [1.08 & 4.05 traded for 1.09 & 3.09]1.09 Team 3 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR1.10 Team 10 Barkley, Matt PHI QB
patterson not in top 10? madness
WR talent is pretty even, & a couple teams with bad QB situations pushing everyone down. Teams mostly drafting need. Franklin pick was a stunner, his WR's are Crabtree, Cobb, Holmes, & Moore.

 
In-progress: 12 team College Devy $$$ League, 1 PPR, 6 pt ALL TDs, 1 QB/1 RB/2 WR/1 TE/3 Flex/1 DST

Devys already rostered from last year: K. Allen, Lattimore, R. Woods, J. Hunter, Marquess Wilson, D. Rogers, T. Williams, Barkley, G. Bernard, Lacy, M. Ball, C. Michael

1.01 - Patterson

1.02 - Austin

1.03 - Hopkins

1.04 - L. Bell

1.05 - Eifert

1.06 - Dobson

1.07 - Franklin

1.08 - G. Smith

1.09 - Wheaton

1.10 - Barner

1.11 - Ertz

1.12 - Stacy

 
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1st round in HyperActive 1 (PPR, QRWT 3 Flex)1.01 - Austin1.02 - Bernard1.03 - Lacy1.04 - Bell1.05 - Hopkins1.06 - Patterson1.07 - Hunter1.08 - Eifert1.09 - Ball1.10 - Lattimore1.11 - Franklin1.12 - Michael
1.13 - Allen

2.01 - Woods

2.02 - Ertz

2.03 - Stacy

2.04 - Dobson

2.05 - D. Rogers

2.06 - Wheaton

2.07 - Manuel

2.08 - Geno Smith

2.09 - Bailey

2.10 - Williams

2.11 - Harper

2.12 - No Pick

 
2 QB / 6 Flex (6 points all TDs, non-PPR)

Through 14 picks:

Manuel

Geno

Austin

Bell

Patterson

Bernard

Ball

Hopkins

Lacy

Barkley

Lattimore

Wilson

Franklin

Allen

 
Montee Ball went 1.02 this morning in my draft. Only 5 picks in, so I won't post anything else right now. I'm not necessarily down on him, but it seems like his situation might be driving up his draft position.

 
2 QB / 6 Flex (6 points all TDs, non-PPR)

Through 14 picks:

Manuel

Geno

Austin

Bell

Patterson

Bernard

Ball

Hopkins

Lacy

Barkley

Lattimore

Wilson

Franklin

Allen
This is a few times I've seen Barkley go in the first round of a Superflex/2QB league. Expected him to last to the mid-2nd.

 
2 QB / 6 Flex (6 points all TDs, non-PPR)

Through 14 picks:

Manuel

Geno

Austin

Bell

Patterson

Bernard

Ball

Hopkins

Lacy

Barkley

Lattimore

Wilson

Franklin

Allen
This is a few times I've seen Barkley go in the first round of a Superflex/2QB league. Expected him to last to the mid-2nd.
Not sure if it makes much of a difference but the team that took Barkley is the same team that drafted Ball and Lacy. He's pretty loaded already at RB and WR with just Newton and Romo at QB so I think it was more of a "why the heck not" pick. However, Barkley did go at 8 in another league with the same format.

 
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.

 
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
 
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
9-11 seems to be the cutoff. Teams that made the playoffs have the luxury of sitting on a guy for a year. He ain't makin' it into Rd 2 from what I have seen.

 
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
In Hyper Active 1, I had the 1.1, 1.4, 1.8 and 2.1

I took Austin 1 (PPR league)

I took Bell at the 4 (Lacy and Bernanrd went 2 and 3)

I took Eiffert at 1.8 hoping either Lattimore or Ball would be there at 2.1. Both were taken.

I couldn't grab Lattimore at 8, but would've been giddy at 2.1

At 2.1, I took Woods. Another guy that is getting drafted in fantasy leagues based on what the talking heads predict who really have no accontability, rather than what the NFL says about the players...

 
12 team PPR dynasty. 1qb, 2rb, 3wr, 1te, 1 flex at rb/wr/te Passing TDs 4 pts, rushing and receiving 6 pts. Bold are my picks. :pickle:

1.1 Bernard

1.2 Austin

1.3 Lacy

1.4 Patterson

1.5 Ball

1.6 Bell

1.7 Hopkins

1.8 Allen

1.9 Wheaton

1.10 Hunter

1.11 Franklin

1.12 Eiftert

2.1 Lattimore

2.2 Woods

2.3 Bailey

2.4 Stacy

2.5 Rogers

2.6 Michael

2.7 Patton

2.8 Dobson

2.9 Ertz

2.10 Cameron (FA)

2.11 T. Williams

2..12 Randle

3.1 Harper

3.2 Manuel

3.3 Kelce

3.4 Boyce

3.5 Geno Smith

3.6 Gillislee

3.7 Swope

3.8 Casey (FA)

3.9 Streeter (FA)

3.10 Ellington

 
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TheFanatic said:
TheLurkerBelow said:
Texasmouth said:
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
In Hyper Active 1, I had the 1.1, 1.4, 1.8 and 2.1

I took Austin 1 (PPR league)

I took Bell at the 4 (Lacy and Bernanrd went 2 and 3)

I took Eiffert at 1.8 hoping either Lattimore or Ball would be there at 2.1. Both were taken.

I couldn't grab Lattimore at 8, but would've been giddy at 2.1

At 2.1, I took Woods. Another guy that is getting drafted in fantasy leagues based on what the talking heads predict who really have no accontability, rather than what the NFL says about the players...
You did exactly what I would have done, especially passing on Ball for Eifert.

I don't understand why people aren't higher on Woods. He's a 2nd round pick who's barely 21. It might be a couple of years but if Manuel develops he can be a solid WR2.

 
Terpman22 said:
TheLurkerBelow said:
Texasmouth said:
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
9-11 seems to be the cutoff. Teams that made the playoffs have the luxury of sitting on a guy for a year. He ain't makin' it into Rd 2 from what I have seen.
I guess I'm just not buying it with Lattimore. I've read that some medical people that have examined him said he'll never get all the way back to 100%. He had a concussion in 2010. He blew out his left knee in 2011. Concussion, not good. Left ACL. No biggie for a young RB. Then he tore all three ligaments in his right knee in 2012, in one of the most catastrophic knee injuries I've ever seen.

Can't understand why anyone would waste a valuable draft pick on him at this point.

 
Dr. Andrews thinks his surgery was successful. He also has a great drive to come back. The chance for him to make it back is there.Its a gamble, but for a 2nd round pick in a rookie draft, I'd say he's well worth the risk.

 
Terpman22 said:
TheLurkerBelow said:
Texasmouth said:
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
9-11 seems to be the cutoff. Teams that made the playoffs have the luxury of sitting on a guy for a year. He ain't makin' it into Rd 2 from what I have seen.
I guess I'm just not buying it with Lattimore. I've read that some medical people that have examined him said he'll never get all the way back to 100%. He had a concussion in 2010. He blew out his left knee in 2011. Concussion, not good. Left ACL. No biggie for a young RB. Then he tore all three ligaments in his right knee in 2012, in one of the most catastrophic knee injuries I've ever seen.

Can't understand why anyone would waste a valuable draft pick on him at this point.
No nerve damage plus the endorsement from Dr. James Andrews plus good character kid plus good work ethic plus general concensus that Lattimore was in the top of the talent discussion of this draft at RB before the injury.

It just makes sense. Teams that have that late first round draft pick have the luxury of adding all that up and thinking that what he offers is better than what's available.

 
In-progress: 12 team College Devy $$$ League, 1 PPR, 6 pt ALL TDs, 1 QB/1 RB/2 WR/1 TE/3 Flex/1 DST

Devys already rostered from last year: K. Allen, Lattimore, R. Woods, J. Hunter, Marquess Wilson, D. Rogers, T. Williams, Barkley, G. Bernard, Lacy, M. Ball, C. Michael

1.01 - Patterson

1.02 - Austin

1.03 - Hopkins

1.04 - L. Bell

1.05 - Eifert

1.06 - Dobson

1.07 - Franklin

1.08 - G. Smith

1.09 - Wheaton

1.10 - Barner

1.11 - Ertz

1.12 - Stacy
Why are people valuing Franklin so highly when GB took Lacy ahead of him, and GB is not exactly a run first team?

 
In-progress: 12 team College Devy $$$ League, 1 PPR, 6 pt ALL TDs, 1 QB/1 RB/2 WR/1 TE/3 Flex/1 DST

Devys already rostered from last year: K. Allen, Lattimore, R. Woods, J. Hunter, Marquess Wilson, D. Rogers, T. Williams, Barkley, G. Bernard, Lacy, M. Ball, C. Michael

1.01 - Patterson

1.02 - Austin

1.03 - Hopkins

1.04 - L. Bell

1.05 - Eifert

1.06 - Dobson

1.07 - Franklin

1.08 - G. Smith

1.09 - Wheaton

1.10 - Barner

1.11 - Ertz

1.12 - Stacy
Why are people valuing Franklin so highly when GB took Lacy ahead of him, and GB is not exactly a run first team?
Because of Lacy's medical history if he can't perform or stay healthy then Franklin could move into the 1RB role.

There are alot of pass first offenses in NFL history that produced decent RB stats. (Marshall Faulk, The Edge, etc.)

 
In-progress: 12 team College Devy $$$ League, 1 PPR, 6 pt ALL TDs, 1 QB/1 RB/2 WR/1 TE/3 Flex/1 DST

Devys already rostered from last year: K. Allen, Lattimore, R. Woods, J. Hunter, Marquess Wilson, D. Rogers, T. Williams, Barkley, G. Bernard, Lacy, M. Ball, C. Michael

1.01 - Patterson

1.02 - Austin

1.03 - Hopkins

1.04 - L. Bell

1.05 - Eifert

1.06 - Dobson

1.07 - Franklin

1.08 - G. Smith

1.09 - Wheaton

1.10 - Barner

1.11 - Ertz

1.12 - Stacy
Why are people valuing Franklin so highly when GB took Lacy ahead of him, and GB is not exactly a run first team?
They aren't. There were 12 players off the board already in that league. Franklin was the 19th player selected. With Lacy's injury concerns, I can see that being a nice pick. I mean look at the picks after him:

1.08 - G. Smith

1.09 - Wheaton

1.10 - Barner

1.11 - Ertz

1.12 - Stacy

I'd take Franklin over most of those guys. I'd probably take Stacy over him as a Rams homer and not a believer in Richardson. But that is splitting hairs.

 
TheFanatic said:
TheLurkerBelow said:
Texasmouth said:
Lattimore is the tricky pick of the first round to me. If you are taking him, you do it knowing he doesnt see the field this year.
That's one of my questions. If you want Lattimore, at what point to you have to take him? For instance, if I'm drafting with a high pick and want to trade down and still get him, what pick should I use as a trade down cutoff? Right now I think that, with just a couple outliers, he seems consistently available at pick #9.
In Hyper Active 1, I had the 1.1, 1.4, 1.8 and 2.1

I took Austin 1 (PPR league)

I took Bell at the 4 (Lacy and Bernanrd went 2 and 3)

I took Eiffert at 1.8 hoping either Lattimore or Ball would be there at 2.1. Both were taken.

I couldn't grab Lattimore at 8, but would've been giddy at 2.1

At 2.1, I took Woods. Another guy that is getting drafted in fantasy leagues based on what the talking heads predict who really have no accontability, rather than what the NFL says about the players...
You did exactly what I would have done, especially passing on Ball for Eifert.

I don't understand why people aren't higher on Woods. He's a 2nd round pick who's barely 21. It might be a couple of years but if Manuel develops he can be a solid WR2.
It was hard passing on Ball for Eiffert since I own Moreno in that league. But Moreno looked so good down the stretch I was hoping that in a PPR that guys would jump on the WR's and leave him there for me at 2.1. I think he went 1.9. DOH! I need RB help in that league, but it's a start 1 RB, 1 WR and 1 TE with three flex. I'll take Woods and be happy with it. As EJ develops, one has to assume that he will do so with the guy drafted right behind him for the Bills.

 
TheFanatic said:
I couldn't grab Lattimore at 8, but would've been giddy at 2.1
Out of curiosity, why couldn't you grab Lattimore at 8? Because you liked Eifert that much, or because you didn't feel it was good value?

 
TheFanatic said:
I couldn't grab Lattimore at 8, but would've been giddy at 2.1
Out of curiosity, why couldn't you grab Lattimore at 8? Because you liked Eifert that much, or because you didn't feel it was good value?
Because the surest player in this draft, IMO, was there at 8. I want Lattimore on my team but want Effert more.

 
Dr. Andrews thinks his surgery was successful. He also has a great drive to come back. The chance for him to make it back is there.Its a gamble, but for a 2nd round pick in a rookie draft, I'd say he's well worth the risk.
Not saying this to be overly snarky, but anyone have a link to Andrews ever saying an operation was not successful? I think people need to approach Lattimore the same way they approached McGahee... likely is on a different schedule than normal ACL, and could well never be the same RB he was. For McGahee the risk paid off to some extent, although I don't think he reached the heights people hoped - whether that was consequence of the procedure or other reasons.

 
Dr. Andrews thinks his surgery was successful. He also has a great drive to come back. The chance for him to make it back is there.Its a gamble, but for a 2nd round pick in a rookie draft, I'd say he's well worth the risk.
Not saying this to be overly snarky, but anyone have a link to Andrews ever saying an operation was not successful? I think people need to approach Lattimore the same way they approached McGahee... likely is on a different schedule than normal ACL, and could well never be the same RB he was. For McGahee the risk paid off to some extent, although I don't think he reached the heights people hoped - whether that was consequence of the procedure or other reasons.
:lol:

Or any doctor who performs such a surgery!

"I just performed surgery to repair the ligaments in _________ player's knee. It was a complete failure. I only have myself to blame. I was about to mend the ligaments when I felt a sneeze coming on and wound up doing more damage than I fixed."

Said nobody, ever.

 
1st round of a 16 team non-ppr. Went about as I thought it would be except Lattimore went higher than I thought.

Will update

1. Giovani Bernard

2. Tavon Austin

3. Eddie Lacy

4. Cordarrelle Patterson

5. DeAndre Hopkins

6. Le'Veon Bell

7. Montee Ball

8. Marcus Lattimore

9. Justin Hunter

10. Keenan Allen

11. Robert Woods

12. Tyler Eifert

13. Johnathan Franklin

14, Markus Wheaton

15. Stedman Bailey

16. E.J. Manuel

 
10 team 1 QB PPR IDP League.

Lots of trades so sorry if it's confusing. My team is the Lions.

Round 1:
1. Denver Broncos (Via Washington Redskins) - Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State
2. Miami Dolphins (Via Washington Redskins) (Via Dallas Cowboys) - Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
3. Green Bay Packers - Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
4. New England Patriots (Via Washington Redskins) (Via Miami Dolphins) (Via Denver Broncos) - DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
5. Green Bay Packers (Via Pittsburgh Steelers) - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
6. Detroit Lions (Via Oakland Raiders) - Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina
7. New England Patriots (Via Miami Dolphins) (Via Cincinnati Bengals)- Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
8. Green Bay Packers (Via New England Patriots) - Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
9. New England Patriots (Via Detroit Lions)- Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
10. Pittsburgh Steelers (Via Washington Redskins) (Via Miami Dolphins) - Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State


Round 2:

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensation from DFL Pickem) Keenan Allen, WR, California
2. Washington Redskins (Via Pittsburgh Steelers) (Via Washington Redskins)- Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
3. Oakland Raiders (Via Detroit Lions) (Via Dallas Cowboys)- Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA
4. Dallas Cowboys (Via Green Bay Packers) - Arthur Brown, ILB, Kansas State
5. Washington Redskins (Via Denver Broncos) - Dion Jordan, DE/LB, Oregon
6. Green Bay Packers (Via Pittsburgh Steelers)- Robert Woods, WR, USC
7. Oakland Raiders - Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
8. Green Bay Packers (via Detroit Lions) (Via New England Patriots) - Alex Ogletree, LB, Georgia
9. Detroit Lions (Via New England Patriots) (Via Detroit Lions) - Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt
10. Washington Redskins (Via New England Patriots) (Via Detroit Lions) (Via Miami Dolphins)- Aaron Dodson, WR, Marshall

Round 3:
1. Washington Redskins - Kenny Vacarro, S, Texas
2. Miami Dolphins (Via Washington Redskins) (Via Denver Broncos) (Via Dallas Cowboys)- Ziggy Ansah, DE, BYU
3. Miami Dolphins (Via Green Bay Packers)- Matt Elam, S, Florida
4. Miami Dolphins (Via Denver Broncos) - John Cyprien, SS, Florida International University
5. Miami Dolphins (Via Pittsburgh Steelers) - Sio Moore, LB, UCONN
6. Oakland Raiders - Zach Ertz, TE, Standford
7. Green Bay Packers (Via Cincinnati Bengals)- Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
8. Detroit Lions (Via New England Patriots) - Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati
9. Detroit Lions - E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State
10. Miami Dolphins - Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon


Round 4:

1. Denver Broncos (Compensation from Consolation Bracket) - Eric Reid, S, LSU
2. Washington Redskins (Via Denver Broncos) (Via Washington Redskins) - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame
3. Miami Dolphins (Via New England Patriots) (Via Detroit Lions) (Via Dallas Cowboys) - Nico Johnson, LB, Alabama
4. New England Patriots (Via Green Bay Packers) - Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
5. New England Patriots (Via Denver Broncos)- Xavier Rhodes, CB, FSU
6. Washington Redskins (Via Pittsburgh Steelers) (Via Denver Broncos) (Via Pittsburgh Steelers) - Markevious Mingo, DE/LB, LSU
7. Washington Redskins (Via Denver Broncos) (Via Oakland Raiders) - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
8. Pittsburgh Steelers (Via New England Patriots) (Via Cincinnati Bengals) - Kevin Minter, LB, LSU
9. Denver Broncos (Via New England Patriots) - Mike Gillislee, RB, UF
10. Oakland Raiders (Via Detroit Lions) - Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, UCONN

 
I'd be nervous taking Lacy as high as he's going. But then again, I'm someone that really liked Franklin and was hoping he would land somewhere better. Lacy has injury concerns and I don't think Franklin's a slouch. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rookie rbbc this year.

Someone mentioned Edge and Faulk proving a point that you can succeed in a passing attack. I agree you can have good rbs in those systems, but I don't put Lacy in the same category with Faulk or Edge. Those two dudes were beasts.

Re Lattimore. I see him going late first in most. In a 16 team league that I'm drafting now, he was there at 2.02 for me but I went with Christine Michael. I love Lattimore and I'm pulling for him. He has a good attitude and works hard but I'll admit his injuries scared me away. C. Michael didn't land in an ideal spot and he is a meat head, but I love his talent. I figure either one of those rbs will not contribute next season but I sided with health. It was tough passing on Lattimore but Michael is pretty talented himself.

 
I'd be nervous taking Lacy as high as he's going. But then again, I'm someone that really liked Franklin and was hoping he would land somewhere better. Lacy has injury concerns and I don't think Franklin's a slouch. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rookie rbbc this year. Someone mentioned Edge and Faulk proving a point that you can succeed in a passing attack. I agree you can have good rbs in those systems, but I don't put Lacy in the same category with Faulk or Edge. Those two dudes were beasts. Re Lattimore. I see him going late first in most. In a 16 team league that I'm drafting now, he was there at 2.02 for me but I went with Christine Michael. I love Lattimore and I'm pulling for him. He has a good attitude and works hard but I'll admit his injuries scared me away. C. Michael didn't land in an ideal spot and he is a meat head, but I love his talent. I figure either one of those rbs will not contribute next season but I sided with health. It was tough passing on Lattimore but Michael is pretty talented himself.
I was high on Michael since last year and really expected to draft him (or at least try to). He's a physical freak and a prototype RB - Beast Mode II isn't difficult to imagine. A few of things made me rank Lattimore over Michael - his heart/determination, going to a team where's there's little standing in his way long-term, and he's year younger.
 
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