I am on the KRob bandwagon as much as anyone else, but is he worth a #1 WR spot on a FF team?? I love him as a #2, but I dont think he'll slide to 38th overall. I think so but, is he too early to take with the 3rd pick in the 3rd round (23rd overall)and be my #1 WR? I am planning on 2 RB's with the 1st 2 picks. Should I pass on a Moulds/Holt for him??
Holt maybe, but definitely don’t pass on Moulds! K Rob probably won’t drop to your 4th-too much buzz, but don’t get caught up on the hype. He may very well have a great season or he may struggle. He is counting on an unproven QB and he plays for the SEAHAWKS for crying out loud! OK, that last part was purely inflammatory, the Hawks will probably have a better season than my Leos, but you get my point. There are too many questions and you need to lock up a sure thing for your first WR if you can.
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i got k-rob at pick 42, but not before taking ward the round before at 31. I think k-rob has a good chance of outscoring ward this year, but i wouldn't count on him as a #1 unless you have a good #2 also. he was the 11th overall WR taken in my draft
K-rob is a borderline 1st/2nd receiver. He has great speed and ability, and the Hawks have the easiest schedule this year (31st, tied with STL), plus other great weapons to take pressure off, Jackson, Alexander, maybe Stevens.