GOD wrote:Don't waste your time on any Lambs this season.
Yeah I don't agree with this as the Rams have a few players that could be worthy of a roster spot. In no particular order:
SJax - Even with the same below average team around him last year, he was one of the best RBs on a point per game basis and he's not being drafted in the 1st round for nothing. He has talent and has shown he can produce with very little supporting cast.
Avery - Depending on where you can grab him in your draft, he is their 1WR and will get looks, catches, and yards with a few TDs sprinkled in. In a PPR, he even has more value and with where he is going now in drafts, he's worth a look. You just don't want your WR core to rely on him week to week too much until you see how he fares against 1CBs.
Bulger - Disclaimer, I play in a 2QB league so all QBs have value, even Bulger. But in comparison to some of the other bottom of the barrel starting QBs, Bulger has shown in the past that he has been able to produce. I don't put much faith in Bulger this year either, but considering that he is one of the last QBs being drafted, he is worth a look.
McMichael - There's been some talk about the Rams utilizing the TE more this year and McMichael could turn into a low end TE that sneaks in as the season progresses. He's not someone I would draft, but he is someone I would keep my eye on throughout the year.
Curry - He just got traded so it's hard to say what his role will be and more importantly, where he will start getting drafted. But he doesn't have much competition coming in and could quickly move into the 3WR or even the 2WR roll depending on how the preseason goes. And if his ADP stays low enough, he's someone you might want to keep an eye on.
My Playoff Team - Please Comment
MSchaub, DMcNabb, JFreeman, KKolb
SJackson, THightower, CWells, JForsett, JSnelling, CJennings, QGanther
RWayne, RMoss, RMeachem, MCrabtree, DBowe