Ironhorse75 wrote:There is an upside to these studs not producing early on.
It means 2 of their crappy games are already in the past. If they end up with a year like they typically put out, all we have to look forward to are good games. Good enough to round out these bad ones.
This theory didn't work when I picked Jamal Lewis with my number 1 pick last year. He never produced. Whether he was injured last year or not, I stayed away from him like the plague this year.
The upside might mean that 2 of their crappy games are in the pass, but that really doesn't make anybody feel any better if they're going to have 12 crappy games.