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Postby bwagner112 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 5:20 pm

That would definitely be a interesting move for the Pats...when was the last time the spent a first round draft pick on a marquee offensive player?
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Postby Matthias » Wed Nov 16, 2005 5:24 pm

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Postby maddog60 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 5:32 pm

1. LT
2. SA
3. Edge
4. Jackson
5. McGahee
6. Jordan
7. Barber
8. LJ
9. Westbrook
10. Portis
11. Randy
12. Steve Smith

I think most people will be a little hesitant on LJ since everyone can see the age decline in KC. People will probably jump on Jackson to really break out, as Martz won't likely come back this year to screw things up for Jackson fantasy owners. By the end of the round stud WRs will start being taken when all the remaining RBs will have concerns:

Rudi Johnson - underperformed all this year
Ronnie Brown - Dolphin's O-line
Julius Jones - losing a few carries to Barber
Duece - injury concern
Jamal Lewis - will he ever be good again
Kevin Jones - Lions burned too many fantasy owners this year

etc...
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Postby boyz35 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 7:49 pm

1) LT
2)Alexander
3)Tiki
4)Steve Jackson
5)LJ
6)LaMont
7)Portis
8)Edj
9)McG
10)Peyton Manning
11)Dom Davis
12)Caddy
13)Ronnie
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Postby warrick95 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:22 pm

I wouldn't touch Steve Smith or Tiki Barber anywhere near the 1st. Great players, but the risk is extremely high. I want to see Smith be this dominant longer...and Tiki's getting up there in age and may be getting less durable. I also disagree with taking anybody who doesn't carry goalline that high.

1. LT
2. SA
3. McGahee
4. James
5. Larry Johnson (up to 3 if Priest is gone)
6. LaMont Jordan
7. Steven Jackson (up if Martz is gone)
8. Portis
9. J. Jones
10. Manning
11. R. Brown (if he gets the job)
12. Ru. Johnson
11 and 12 are rather iffy...I'd consider taking a WR in that situation. Kevin Jones, Corey Dillon, Cadillac Williams, Jamal Lewis (dependent on where and how he looks in camp), Deuce McAllister (a reach, but if he looks recovered...) are all in the discussion.

If these guys start:
Greg Jones, Tatum Bell, Cedric Benson...they could be very dangerous.
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Postby KoopaTroopa211 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 12:46 am

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LT
Palmer
Edge
Collins
S. Smith
LaMont Jordan
Bledsoe
S-Jax
Galloway
Gates
Chad Johnson/Warrick Dunn (tied for 12th)
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Postby SeaWolf » Thu Nov 17, 2005 12:51 am

Alexander could vary, depending on where he ends up next year. If he stays in Seattle, he is either #1 or #2. If he goes somewhere else, he could fall a few spots.
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Postby UNDEFEATED » Thu Nov 17, 2005 6:44 am

1/2. LT/ShaunAlexander...coin flip

3. Edge is a beast. I would say anywhere. But you never know.
4. LJ...Chiefs O-line has a year or two still left in them.
5. Lamont Jordan...no homerism here. check out the numbers. And i was highly criticized for taking him at the front of round 2 keeper league. Probably would have selected him over J-Lew if i did not already own him in 4 other leagues.
6. S-Jax. Much like everybody else ahead of him. Run-n-catch rb. Has all the tools. Slexander is the only guy who doesn't consistently catch the ball.
7. Tiki.Gets NO respect. Late great Rodney Dangerfield.
8. Deuce Mc. I am really concerned about this.
9. Dom Davis will rebound next season.
10. Brian Westbrook. 5 year deal. And i am the #1 westy hater. My apologies. Westy rocks.
11. Portis...starting to get the hang of it.
12. JJones only if barber III doesn't lock-in the RBBC

everybody else automatically comes behind these guys. RUN-N-CATCH is the key. Everybody on my list other than alexander has more than 20+ catches or will have more than 30+ catches by the end of the season.
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Postby UNDEFEATED » Thu Nov 17, 2005 6:46 am

What do you guys expect out Deuce Mc? injury/recovery issues?

Still inside the top 20?
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Postby SwiperNoSwiping » Thu Nov 17, 2005 8:18 am

I will throw both RB and WR out there, since they've both been touched on so far:

RB:
1. Tomlinson
2. Alexander
3. James
4. Jackson
5. Jordan
6. L. Johnson
7. McGahee
8. Portis
9. R. Johnson
10. C. Williams

Honorable mention: Westbrook, Bell/Anderson, Barber

As you can see it gets muddy from 8-10...With some other players still out there...But, it's November. A lot can change between now and then.

WR
1. C. Johnson
2, S. Smith
3. Harrison
4. Fitzgerald
5. Holt
6. R. Moss
7. T. Owens
8. S. Moss
9. Ward
10. A. Johnson

Honorable mention: Wayne, Walker

Call me crazy but Harrison is a much safer pick at this time over Moss and Owens. I have gone to bat with that argument the last 3 years, and don't see next Fall being much different yet. Fitz is a stud in the making as well.

Pretty rough list right now, will be interesting to see what happens between now and the end of the year to change this around.
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