LMack wrote:In a non-PPR league I have to say Darren McFadden. There is a bit of an injury risk, but Run DMC is just explosive. He has crazy high upside, and without adding points per reception it's hard to suggest keeping a wide-out here. There is some merit, however, in keeping Megatron for the fact that it would give you a solid and balanced roster going into the draft. It would allow you to draft the best player available and score some value.
Do you know what pick you would have in the upcoming draft? Also, do you have a sense of who is being kept? If people are throwing back stud wide receivers and you can scoop one up early I'd have no regrets about having a RB1/RB2 combo of CJ and McFadden.
LMack is correct that much of this is determined by where you are drafting and who has declared their keepers already. If things are WR heavy, keep DMC and CJ. If people seem more likely to hold on, go with Megatron. In fact, go with Megatron regardless. You will have a top 5 player headlining each of your three major positions, that's a marvelous start to things. You'd be able to draft BPA with your first and second picks, possibly scoring a strong top tier WR2 and RB, depending on who drops what. Starting out with that triumvirate would be a nasty combo to face.
Definitely keep Rodgers, Johnson, and Megatron. You've got studs at three positions and you'll have a well balanced squad. Anyway you slice it, good luck out there.