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where does CJ2K fall if holdout?

Postby sabomnim » Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:22 pm

If Chris Johnson is still holding out by fantasy draft time (mine is sept 3), how far do you think he falls, or should he fall
i have the 5th pick and if hes holding out he might fall to me, if not further...is he worth getting if there is no progress on his contract prior to the start of the season?
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Re: where does CJ2K fall if holdout?

Postby Indibuck » Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:16 pm

I would still take him at 1.05 in virtually any format, even if he is still a holdout.
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Re: where does CJ2K fall if holdout?

Postby Venom » Fri Aug 05, 2011 7:24 am

I'm with Indy...a holdout wouldn't change my opinion on where to draft him.

I wouldn't take him at 1.05 (that spot is reserved for Rice ;-) ) , but he is still #2 overall WR on my list ;-D
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Re: where does CJ2K fall if holdout?

Postby dblj9911 » Fri Aug 05, 2011 7:47 am

I think it all depends on when he gets into camp really. If you look back at players that have held out when they make there comeback it seems like they always end up with a pulled muscle, Revis and VJax last year. So if your draft is later and he still hasn't signed then I'd pass him up and let another owner take the gamble on him. I would want to see him in camp and know he is ready to roll, don't take a chance on your first round pick, take your chances in the later rounds.

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