Who is the #6 pick in rookie dynasty league drafts? You are voting on who will have the best fantasy football production in the NFL over the next 5 or 6 years with the team on which the player was just drafted, NOT who will have the best year in 2009. Assume standard scoring (1 pt. per 10 yards rushing / receiving, and no PPR) Also please assume that you have a balanced roster and don't have a great specific need for a QB, WR, etc.
Feel free to discuss the pros and cons of these players - this could be helpful for some and generate some good discussion. If you'd like to vote for a player NOT on this list, then please vote "other" and make a post to discuss the player.
I voted for McCoy. Westbrook will be 30 in September, and even if he continues to produce at a high level for the next few years, he will slow down sooner rather then later. I see McCoy as a poor man's Westy. When Westy slows down, odds are McCoy will be the man with the first shot to claim the starter's spot.
I feel that both Stafford and Sanchez are second round picks unless a team is desperate for a QB. After Crabtree, the WR position is pretty much a toss-up. You're just as likely to land a solid WR in round 2 as you are in the mid to late first round.
Plus, after McCoy, I see a drop-off at RB. Therefore, I feel McCoy is the clear pick.
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Kareighuis wrote:What are the scoring rules for a QB? TD:INT= 4:2? 6:1? 6:0? 6:2? 4:1? 6:3? 4:0? I've played in and debated about a lot of systems...
For the purpose of these rankings, assume a hypothetical league that awards either 4 points per passing TD and -1 per INT, or 6 points per passing TD and -2 per INT. Both are very common league settings, and very similar.
I know I'm spitting into the wind, but I went Maclin. I'm not a McCoy beleiver, even if there's a big drop between him and the next tier of RBs.
Maclin's a gamebreaker in a solid offense. Philly tends to spread it around, but Maclin instantly becomes the most talented WR on the roster. Plus, he's bigger than DeSean Jackson. The rest have their moments, but they're WR4s at best.