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Postby FantasyImpactDude » Sat Aug 13, 2011 10:03 pm

Ok guys, here's what I want to get out of this forum. I want to know your top 3 tiers in the RB position. I'm trying to figure out whether I can go RB/RB/WR/QB this year. I'm going to mock a lot trying to use this strategy. Can I also get your top tier WR, so like this:

Tier 1:
Adrian Peterson
Jamaal Charles
Chris Johnson
Ray Rice
Arian Foster

Tier 2:
LeSean Mccoy
Michael Turner
Maurice Jones-Drew
Frank Gore
Darren McFadden

Tier 3:
Matt Forte
Steven Jackson
Peyton Hillis

WR Tier 1:
Andre Johnson
Roddy White
Calvin Johnson
Greg Jennings
Hakeem Nicks

What are your tiers?
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Re: RB ranks

Postby Wags » Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:06 pm

I think it completely depends on where you draft and how many teams you have in your league. If you're drafting early in a 12-team league you have to take a RB. I like then like the idea of going WR/WR on the 2nd/3rd round turnaround. I have found this will give me the most solid team. This will give you something along the lines of a Charles/Wallace/Wayne.

If you're drafting middle to late, I think it depends how positions fall. If they go like the should, and you're draft 10 or 11 or 12, I personally would go WR/WR and then taking 3 or 4 RBs in the next few rounds depending on who's there. If you're in the middle, I would draft on best available.

I have been finding people are taking QBs very early this year. I would wait until late rounds regardless to grab one and then take advantage of the players falling to you.

This is how my top 3 tiers fall:

1. AP
2. Foster
3. Johnson
4. Charles
5. Rice
6. McCoy

7. Turner
8. MJD
9. Mendy
10. McFadden
11. Gore
12. Jackson
13. Forte

14. Hillis
15. D. Williams
16. Bradshaw
17. Moreno
18. Blount
19. Best
20. Greene (just barely sneaks in on upside alone)

Hope this helps!
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Re: RB ranks

Postby B3N1ZJAM1N » Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:10 pm

I really like those tiers, I wouldn't change much about them other than a little of the order but thats not the point in tiers really.
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