Originally Posted by 23legacy45
Should I use Ram's or Lion's defense for week 1?
STL is a top-5 D against Minny with unproven QB play. They should be able to limit and contain AP's effectiveness.
Eli has the weapons to potentially carve up Detroit's secondary. Cruz, Randle, Jernigan, OBJ.
Originally Posted by Suberzat1
Romo or Cutler for week 1?
Most people don't know or realize Buffalo was 4th best in passing YPG allowed last season. That being said, they are missing Alonso, their anchor. And Trestman is a good offensive mind. San Francisco was 7th in comparison, but they did add Ward, Bethea, and Dontae Johnson to the secondary.
I'd say because San Francisco's defense is handicapped by injuries and suspensions in the front seven, Romo is the play in a potential shootout with Dallas' weak defense.
Originally Posted by Antidope
Matt Stafford was going so early in every league I drafted him. I wanted him bad but I wasnt going to reach under any circumstances. Didnt draft a QB until round 7 in any league.
Got caught going too late on QB myself. One league secured Rivers, Tanny in the other.
Originally Posted by CLU713
Here's my team for my main league:
QB - Cam Newton
RB - LeSean McCoy, Zac Stacy
WR - Percy Harvin, Emmanuel Sanders
TE - Greg Olsen
K - Robbie Gould
DEF - Denver
Flex - Hakeem Nicks
BN - Darren Sproles, Jonathan Grimes, Danny Amendola, Cecil Shorts, Derek Carr (last pick)
I know my WR is pretty weak, any advice?
I'd package Sproles with Percy or Sanders to upgrade your WR1. Would have went more upside than Nicks, say Wheaton or Hunter.
Originally Posted by Vincent Van Ho
Who else has that dread feeling like they should have taken Player X instead of Player Z? In a 10 team standard money league. The whole morning I'm feeling like
I went Eddie Lacy, D. Thomas, Julio Jones, Vincent Jackson and Vereen when I could have went Lacy, Ball/Gio, J. Jones, V. Jackson and Garcon
Now I'm offering Thomas and Vereen for Ball and Boldin, ya or nay?
VVH, you're my dude. Absolutely not. Ball hasn't proven enough as a RB1 to cut ties with DT.
Originally Posted by Naija Nitemare
12 team league, standard. 2nd pick. Snake draft. I went all upside but I think it will pay off.
10 team league, standard. 7th pick. Snake draft. This was a little tougher, first 10 team league for me. I'm happy though.
First team: Use your plethora of WR's to upgrade the RB position. Hyde could Flex if Gore falters. But Gore is purely a RB2 on his last legs and Sproles is more of a PPR Flex play.
Second team: Much more balanced. Stronger at the RB position. Boykin and Devonta could be huge off your bench. Especially if Freeman becomes the ATL RB starter, like I expect.
Originally Posted by tpfltxl
I have 2 drafts tonight both at the same damn time
Mobile app will come in handy. Make sure you have substantial battery life.