Kareighuis wrote:I've never been an All Day believer and would have taken any of the other big 4 over him.
As compared to the other "Big 4", I'd be happier with them over Peterson. I'd take Turner over him, too. I'm not doubting his skills, but his situation doesn't inspire the same comfort as they do.
FantasyMan13 wrote:Boldin has been the biggest disappointment for me. I bought into the hype and drafted him in one league and traded for him around week 4 in another.
The problem is noone else is proving to be a passing threat. Defenses are consequently focusing their top corner and shading a safety to him- Boldin's good, but he can't beat bracket coverage every play.
shawngee03 wrote:its back to RB-RB-Wr for me next year. going back to basics. Rb/WR early. 2 QBs in rounds 7-9. TE rd 10-12. K, def last rds
I've never been a fan of having predetermined draft objectives. I go with value. If Peyton falls in the 3rd, will you divert from you're map?
biju wrote:It might be officially time to retire the notion that it takes until year 3 for WRs to acclimate to the speed of the NFL.
Absolutely- I'm rebuilding a dynasty team with young WRs like Nicks and TB Williams.
Bowe was I guy I didn't expect to have the output he has this year. Debating whether this has just been a one-year thing. Will Cassel return?
Every trade I did I regret, to a greater or lesser extent-
1- Traded TO away after about week 2 or 3;
2- acquired Greene when he got benched. His value dropped below even that buy-low point;
3- Got tired of picking the wrong QB each week between Eli and McNabb; paired them with VJax and Donald Brown for Peyton as I geared up for the playoffs when Peyton was #2 overall in scoring;
4- Traded away MJD and Ocho for Fitz and Mathews around week 5. It was a gamble- either I was buying low on 2 bounce-backs or what happened would.