Edge. Better offense and he is a proven receiver out of the backfield. Gruden said he wants to get Caddy more targets as a receiver this year, but I think Edge is on a better offense and should see more action.
jmog wrote:All of you saying "neither" know that if Caddy or Edge dropped to you in rounds 6+ you'd take it, which is what happened to me. I got Edge in round 6 and Portis in round 7.
When no other RBs that start are left you'd be happen with a starting RB still available in the 6th and 7th round.
You would take a chance on any player if it was in the right round, or you'd be a dumb fantasy football player.
I personally would never draft TO in the 2nd or 3rd round like he's been taken lately, but if he was there in the 5th? I'd have to take the shot.
In a 20 round draft many players get drafted who most people say they would hate to have on their team...guys like Chambers.
So, again I ask, Edge/Chambers for Caddy/RMoss...what is the better combo?
If Edge and Portis were dropping to round 6 or 7 in my leagues I would be questioning the competativness of it rather then who to take. My point was that in the late 2nd through the 3rd(depending on how many teams in the league) if it were between Edge of Caddy I would look elsewhere. There would be other backs abvailable that I would draft instead of them. If either were available in the 4th you would be crazy to pass them up. They are both the starters on their team and that kind of situation is not normally available that late. TO going in the 2nd or 3rd is also dumb and would have me questioning my competators a bit too.