bdt13 wrote:After some mock drafts, I'm thinking the best way to go may be RB WR RB as opposed to RB RB WR in order to still guarantee a good WR and then hope for a decent #2 RB in the third round. (In one draft it went LT, Harrison, J Lewis).
Jamal Lewis might be a stretch there.
If I'm drafting #3, I need the 2nd and 3rd round picks to include either: (a) a stud WR and good RB or (b) two stud WRs. I'm not a fan of taking 3 RBs in the first 3 rounds...unless you're playing with a flex.
I wouldn't be happy coming away with Harrison and Jamal. Both players have question marks...Harrison's decline and Jamal's severe dropoff last year and Mike A's addition. FYI, I have Harrison as my #7 WR and Jamal in the late teens for RBs.