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Drafted 3 QBs and 3 TEs - Bad Strategy?

Postby bigeasy » Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:04 pm

Here's my roster, starting slots in bold - 12 team redraft. We get 0.5pt/rec and return yards are scored half as valuable as rushing/receiving yards which bumps up Harvin and Ford. I'm really high on Freeman, Bradford, Cook, and Kendricks. I couldn't pass them up. Did I make a mistake talking so many QBs and TEs????

QB Freeman
WR Calvin Johnson
WR Brandon Marshall
WR Percy Harvin

RB LeSean McCoy
RB Reggie Bush

WR/RB/TE Jacoby Ford
TE Jimmy Graham
K Alex Henery
DEF San-Fran

BN P. Manning
BN Sam Bradford
BN Jared Cook
BN Lance Kendricks
BN CJ Spiller
BN Dexter McCluster
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Re: Drafted 3 QBs and 3 TEs - Bad Strategy?

Postby LARS929 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 12:47 am

I like your team as a whole, but your RB situation REALLY concerns me. I would deal one of your QBs for an upper tier RB. Maybe try to deal Manning after he comes back healthy. If you can add one RB to help your team it would be beneficial. You can't win with bench points.

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Re: Drafted 3 QBs and 3 TEs - Bad Strategy?

Postby zechs » Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:50 am

As of now, your team is really depending on Peyton getting back out there asap and Reggie Bush stepping up as your RB2. Be on alert on picking up RBs throughout the season because your RB depth is a concern.

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