Originally Posted by Toretto
Tried going with Graham at #8...did not like the results, esp. at RB
I know Jimmy is incredibly alluring. He's a rare player at the position. But going TE that early leaves you so vulnerable at the RB and/or WR positions. You can afford to nab a good QB, TE, and even WR in the middle rounds. RB, not so much. Not this season, IMO.
Originally Posted by venom lyrix
Here's the one thing I will caution all of you in here.
These "plans" you're coming up with, that you hope "go accordingly" 100% will not happen. So don't focus on your plan, focus on value and players you are targeting. Have 2-4 options at all times.
The last thing you want is to have a "plan" have it go wrong 2 picks before it's your turn and leave you scrambling. And when you scamble with 45 seconds to pick you're going to screw up often.
Just my 2 cents.
Sound advice. Got caught with rare panic in one of my baseball leagues. 4 keepers. Went Cliff Lee first pick to solidify my rotation with Kershaw and Darvish (two keepers). My second pick target went off the board before me and I rushed for Gio Gonzalez. With Kinsler, Segura, others on the board.
Originally Posted by TVobach
I like Shane Vereen (typically 6th round) a lot...and honestly don't hate the idea of Danny Woodhead if I have to wait that long.
Must be PPR. Even with that format, Vereen is on the outside looking in when compared to the top-25 fantasy RB's.
Congrats again on your engagement, BTW.
Originally Posted by THE BLACKHAND
I just don't understand how you think dez will be there in the second round. You cannot go buy these ham and eggs drafters from these mock draft sites that do not know anything about fantasy football. Dez will never make it out of the first round with guys that know how to draft
In a 10-team league, you don't feel it's plausible or acceptable Dez falls to #11?
Shady, AP, Charles, Forte, Lacy, Megatron, Beast Mode, DT, Martin, and Jimmy or Stacy or Morris.