I'm in a 10 team keeper league with standard scoring, no PPR, and we start 2RB, 3WR, and 1RB/WR.
I am keeping the following players:
Andre johnson (2nd round)
Clinton Portis (4th round)
Marion Barber (8th round)
Larry Johnson (16th round)
I recently traded up in the first round because I wanted to take Calvin Johnson. He was the BPA and I wanted to have those two top 4 WR's. Then I was going to take another WR with my next pick in the 3rd (someone along the lines of Housh or Ocho) as my WR3 and have the position locked down. There would be plenty of servicable RB's later in the draft.
This was obviously just a loose plan, dependent on who fell to me.
Now I come to find that Steven Jackson will be available. I don't really want to take him, because he is so injury prone, but how can I pass him up? He could potentially be a top 5 RB at the end of the year. I COULD make an adjustment to my keepers and keep Warner instead of LJ, and then take SJAX. Then I could still take someone like Housh as my WR2 and then WR3 with my next pick, someone like DeSean Jackson or Eddie Royal.
I don't know. I guess I'm still leaning towards taking Calvin. I really like the idea of grabbing some dominant WRs early and then loading up on RBs later. But I hate the idea of the guy who picks after me getting SJAX (he already has Forte and Turner).
What would you do?