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Postby Pitfan2782 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 10:23 am

Are either of these elite RB1 stats, or very good RB2 stats? PPR league.

RB1:
1,200 rushing yards
8 rushing TDs
50 receptions
350 receiving yards
2 receiving TDs

1,450 total yards
10 total touchdowns
50 receptions

RB2:
900 rushing yards
6 rushing TDs
70 receptions
500 receiving yards
4 receiving touchdowns

1,400 total yards
10 total touchdowns
75 receptions
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Re: RB1 or RB2

Postby bungle613 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 10:29 am

255 or 275 total points in a full PPR. Based on last year, they would have ranked 8th and 10th. In 2009 they would have been 6th and 7th. So certainly not elite but a decent RB1.
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Re: RB1 or RB2

Postby Pitfan2782 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 10:56 am

bungle613 wrote:255 or 275 total points in a full PPR. Based on last year, they would have ranked 8th and 10th. In 2009 they would have been 6th and 7th. So certainly not elite but a decent RB1.


Hmm, not bad. Those are my predictions for Hightower and Best, if they can stay healthy that is. I'm in a 12-team PPR league, where all TDs are 6 points, and I'm drafting 12th. I'm drafting Ca. Johnson in the first round for sure, so I'm debating whether to draft Rivers or Fitz in the 2nd. I'm sure I could land Romo, Schaub, or Roethlisberger in the 5th, so if those two RBs pan out, then I could have one heck of a team.
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Re: RB1 or RB2

Postby yetiboy » Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:54 pm

I like your predictions for Best (I'm high on him this year as well), but I think Hightower is reaching a lot.

I wouldn't count on Calvin being around at 12, his ADP is 10 right now. Might want to have a backup plan for that pick just in case :)

And if I were you, I'd definitely be picking Fitz in the 2nd, not Rivers.

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Re: Re: RB1 or RB2

Postby Pitfan2782 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:09 pm

yetiboy wrote:I like your predictions for Best (I'm high on him this year as well), but I think Hightower is reaching a lot.

I wouldn't count on Calvin being around at 12, his ADP is 10 right now. Might want to have a backup plan for that pick just in case :)

And if I were you, I'd definitely be picking Fitz in the 2nd, not Rivers.

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I'm high on Hightower based on Shanahan's rep of churning out 1,000 yard backs. That, and i'm assuming they'll utilize his pass catching ability and throw in a couple of screens a game, not counting the occasional check down. As for CJ, my league is in love with QBs, and 3 will be drafted in the first round (Vick, Rodgers, Brady). Take away the Top 6 backs and the Top 2 WR, and i'm left with CJ. At least, thats how i'm hoping it goes.


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