pacoweaz wrote:I'm in a 27 round Dynasty PPR draft right now. Coming up on my pick in round 19. Not sure how to rank some of what is left. Who would you target out of what is here? Scoring is pretty standard, 6pts all TD's, except passing (4). 1 pt per reception. No other yardage bonuses.
WR... (Need 2 or 3 more)
RB... (need 2 more)
QB... (I need 1 more)
TE... (at least 1 more)
Zach Miller (Seattle)
D/ST... (would like 2 more, but 1 for sure)
My picks are in bold. For WR I like Simpson because he's going to start and Vikings have been raving about him, and Bess since it's PPR and his targets should go up with Marshall gone. If I had to pick a 3rd it'd probably be Jacoby Ford.
RB: I like Jennings, he is on a contract year and MJD is on a holdout, furthermore he has always looked impressive when given a chance.
I also like Jamichael James, the rest of the RBs there are handcuffs to elite backs but James has Darren Sproles caliber upside.
QB: I like Hoyer here, he's projected to leave NE next year for a starting job much like Matt Flynn did this year. He's also the backup to an Elite passing offense. Mallet will back him up and slide in to #2 next year so he's clearly not worth it, Russell Wilson is going to backup Flynn regardless of the lipservice and coach-speak from Carroll, and Skelton is a below average NFL talent even if he somehow gets the job after they paid Kolb a $7M roster bonus.
TE: We know Fasano is a below average fantasy TE. We know Cooley is damaged goods. We know Zach Miller did nothing last year and they added Kellen Winslow. So I'd go with an upside rookie over these guys.
I picked Housler because he's a good receiver with a chance to start in Arizona, his only real competition is Todd Heap, whereas L.Green is behind Gates (and Mcmichael maybe) in the pecking order. Dwayne Allen is going to be the blocking TE to complement Fleener so I'd pass on him.
I didn't really bother to pick a DEF because it's all a crapshoot. I'm too lazy to look at stats but I'd probably pick San Diego, I like the moves they made this offseason on that side of the ball.