Discussion in 'Fantasy Sports Zone' started by MichaelWinicki, Jul 21, 2014.
I don't think he's a top 50 pick even in a PPR league.
At least 10 picks before Lynch IMO.
Yeah my bad, but he beat out Witten.. lol
i never take a RB in any of the initial rounds....load up on top WR's a top QB and then fill in with whatever RB's.
I was steam rolling in my league last year with Dez and Julio and Fitz being my first 3 picks...then julio went IR and I couldnt recover.
If I had one of the top 5 picks, there's no way I don't go RB.
It does get dicey after that though.
Nice to see a different opinion for a change.
I would definitely put Bell after Lacy. He's gonna be the workhorse for the Steelers, and when he came back from injury last year he was excellent
I disagree. WR is SO deep and RB is really really shallow that I'd certainly go RB first round, then either RB or WR second round. You can still get quality #1 receivers in the 3rd round
I look at it like this...who makes the money in the NFL? WR or RB? That'll tell you who is more key.
TE is a problem too, because production drops pretty quickly. If you're going to draft a top-guy, then it will have to happen in the first 3 rounds... There aren't many of them.
I would take Lacy over Bell by a smidgen just because if both QB's are healthy the Pack offense is going to score a lot more points.
Yep, if you're picking anywhere from 1-1 to 1-5, then your real decision making comes towards the end of round 2, when you'll have some decent WR's to choose from but the backs like Foster and Lynch start getting having a few question marks.
Yup, that's what I meant. I'd take anyone on the Packers I can get my hands on. I think Boykin is going to be a solid late round guy
There's only one TE worth drafting in the first 4 or 5 rounds
You don't think Gronk or Julius Thomas are worth picking earlier than that?
Definitely not Gronk, not with his injury history. I'd take Vernon Davis before him, at least he stays healthy. Thomas maybe, round 4 I guess seems about right
I get the injury thing, but given SF's offense vs NE's, not too mention the difference between QB's if both are healthy, Gronks going to blow Davis' doors off when it comes to production.
Agreed, but you can't just brush aside the injury point. Gronk can't stay healthy. If you pick Gronk in the 3rd round instead of say, Antonio Brown or Jordy Nelson or someone like that, you better be damn confident Gronk won't get hurt. I'm not, are you? And sure those guys could get hurt too, but Gronk has a history of it. Either way, I'll be taking Zach Ertz in the 10th round if I can't get Graham.
Ertz is a good choice that deep in the draft.
FWIW all fantasy places have been saying that he's going to get a lot of looks in that offense, and as much as I hate to admit it, I think their offense will be pretty good this year
I can think of 3.