Indibuck wrote:Keeper league, standard scoring with bonuses for length of TDs, no PPR.
Start 1 QB 2RB 3WR 1TE 1K 1D
Can keep a max of 3 RBs or 4 WRs.
We keep 6.
My squad from last year (at least ones that could even be considered keepers): QB: Palmer, Eli, Russell RB: AP, Grant, Ronnie Brown, Maroney WR: Colston, Braylon, Holmes, Royal TE: Gonzalez
My top 3 RBs are locks to be kept. Colston is a lock as well. So I guess help me pick two more keepers and why you would keep them over another.
Leave a link and I will help you in return -- thanks in advance!
I keep AP Grant RB Colston Braylon and Holmes
Pass on both QB's Eli lost his best WR and Nicks won't replace that productivity right away imo. Carson lost his best WR and has arm issues. I pass on Royal because who the heck knows whats going on in Denver now. Uncertainty sucks as you sometimes have to pass on great talent. (Royal and Palmer)
Same 6 AP, Grant, Ronnie, Colston, Holmes, Braylon
Theres some guys (Ryan, Roethlisberger, Cutler, Cassell, maybe even Schaub) who I wouldn't expect to be kept who I'd rank higher than your guys. And if not you can always just re-draft one of your own.
In a 6 player keeper there should be great opportunity for you to deal for upgrades. Someone has to be short on keepers, why throw decent keepers back into the draft. Package some kind of combo of Royal, Braylon, Holmes or Gonzo for that top 6-7 WR.
If not, sorry, but have to be different...
Ap, Grant, Brown, Colston, Holmes, Royal.
Denvers QB situation is no worse then Clevelands. Cleveland did draft WR's making a trade possible but so did their rumoured trade partners in NYG and Philly. I think Edwards stays in Cleveland and puts up medicore numbers again.