Zbetty wrote:I've been in this league for years so it's taken some time and luck. The bad thing is there is a few teams that may be just as stacked
I think the only way a team could be more stacked is if they had Brees, Gronkowski, Megatron, and one of Foster/Rice/McCoy/MJD. Literally the only way I could think of to upgrade this team is to have a top 1-4 RB and WR, instead of roughly #5, which you have. I mean.. unless you're rocking Miami's defense (or NE from last year), and Vanderjaqt as your kicker.
I'm concerned with my WRs. Nicks is injured and Wallace holding out. I have two firsts round picks next year from teams that shouldn't do to well. Should I try to trade Little and a first for a different receiver or just hang in there with what I have.
QB- Aaron Rodgers, Russel Wilson RB- Doug Martin, Marshawn Lynch, Lamar Miller, Dujuan Harris WR- Michael Crabtree, Hakeem Nicks, Jordy Nelson, Greg Jennings TE- Jimmy Graham, Rob Housler
Well, depending on what rankings/sites you use, your guys are anywhere from all top 8, to all top 12. Not too much room for improvement there.
Since this is a dynasty, if you can flip that pick for a guy like Julio Jones or AJ Green, all the better for you. They're not true proven commodities that can definitely upgrade you this year, but they'll be valid options, and should be studs down the road.
Since you have two 1sts, it doesn't seem like too much of a big risk to me. Instead of drafting a guy next year like Blackmon, who may or may not be great, you'll have a young guy who's already begun to show greatness.
I'm not very much of an advance draft guru.. is there any sort of surefire guy coming out next year that would be worth a pick like #1 overall? That's the only real downside I can see.