Originally Posted by RoOk
What about kenny stills?
Players drafted near him that I prefer: Boykin, Wheaton, and Streater.
Originally Posted by Anderson
Thoughts on Lynch, TRich, Morris, and Gio this year?
In addition, since I have 7,20, and 21 overall picks. Should I go RB RB RB and later draft Roddy as my WR1?
Beast Mode is still the 5th or 6th best fantasy back available. He's tempting at #7 assuming Forte and Lacy are off the board. T-Rich is a bounce-back candidate, can be plugged into the Flex position with lessened risk.
Morris is a top-10 back selected in the same range as Bell and Ball. I personally rank Gio over Morris, which is unconventional. I believe that Cincy will increase Bernard's workload, but there remains concern over goal-line touches.
Roddy White is no longer a true WR1, more a top-notch WR2. I'd rather have Fitz if possible, but unlikely to happen if you select 3 RB's in a row.
Originally Posted by parada45
So besides Graham is there a clear #2?
Usually isn't in NO
Since his rookie season, Colston has caught 70 or more balls in every season except one. He's played 8 years in New Orleans. Good hands, rarely drops catchable balls. Colston is 31 and has a moderately concerning injury history, but no Sproles around. After Jimmy, he's the best bet for Brees. Mr. Reliable.
After Colston is probably Stills. But who knows what Payton is thinking with Toon, Cooks, Meach, and Coleman in the fray.
Originally Posted by Toretto
Ok; your vote would tilt the majority in favor of standard, which is more than fine with me. But yea, Yahoo has already won the vote as the preferred site.
Aight that's cool; if Buc Em doesn't want in, spot's yours. At worst, I got you as first alternate my man.
Cool, LMK if you need me. I check PM's fairly often.
Originally Posted by TVobach
Your guys' thoughts on Rashad Jennings this year? If he stays healthy, I think he will get a TON of touches...with Wilson being done and Hillis being banged up.
Jennings should build off his solid year in Oakland last season. Wilson retiring (unfortunately) creates less competition and more touches for Jennings. I'm seeing him as a fringe top-20 back, and do prefer him to someone like Toby Gerhart but I wouldn't take either Jennings or Gerhart over Ray Rice or Lamar Miller per se.