Hey guys, just finished up my draft. I had the 9th pick in a 12 team league. This is a non-keeper league, 0.5 PPR. It's 25 passing yards per point, 4 points per pass TD. For rushing and receiving, 10 yards per point, 6 points per TD.
My feelings on the draft: I went QB and WR in the first 2 rounds because I just didn't love the RB's that were available at both picks. While this left me shorthanded on RB's, I targeted those 3-down type backs that can get a lot of all-purpose yards and help with receiving since it is 0.5 PPR. I also went and grabbed a top TE early rather than going for mid-tier WR's in the middle rounds. This is a very unconventional team for me, since I usually always go RB's early, and wait on a TE, but wanted to try something different this year.
I think my team can be sneaky good, I'm going to get a lot of points where you usually don't expect: counting on the RB's to get a lot of total yards with receiving, a great TE as another 1,000 yard, 10 TD type receiver that a lot of people overlook, and a lot of rushing stats from my QB. I was also targeting Collie or Britt as a #3 WR type, but I'm not thrilled that they are both starting for me. One of them should pan out and have a breakout year though, I hope. Also went with high upside picks on my bench. We shall see. Tell me what you think.
QB: Michael Vick (round 1, pick # 9)
WR: Roddy White (round 2, pick # 16)
WR: Kenny Britt (round 6, pick # 64)
WR: Austin Collie (round 7, pick # 81)
RB: Ahmad Bradshaw (round 3, pick # 33)
RB: Jahvid Best (round 4, pick # 40)
TE: Dallas Clark (round 5, pick # 57)
K: Garrett Hartley (round 14)
Def: New Orleans Saints (round 12)
Bench: Michael Crabtree, Steve Smith (Car), Reggie Bush, Willis McGahee, Vince Young