Da'Markus Russell wrote:10 team, standard scoring league. I have the 4th pick and have been experimenting with a number of different strategies, mostly involving taking RB's and WR's early and settling for middle of the pack QB's and TE's. Here I decided to try something completely different, and am wondering how you think it turned out. Bench players are in brackets.
QB: Rodgers (Dalton)
RB: Charles, Bradshaw, BJGE (Hillis, D. Brown)
WR: J. Jones, Maclin (Meacham, D. Moore T. Young)
D/ST: Seahawks (Chiefs)
Do you think this team could be a contender? Thanks, and WHIR.
Its ok. I don't like taking a TE that high. You need to get Bradshawas handcuff, david wilson. If you would've waited on the TE til round 8, 9 or 10, you could've gotten Hernandez or finley or maybe witten or davis! I think your mistake was going that high on TE. He's good, but not that good. You also don't need 2 defenses. I don't really like your WRs either. Julio is bound to be a bust and wouldn't have been a viable #1 WR even if he doesn't have a terrible year. He's more of a #2. Maclin could be good, but he's also a #2. You're team as a whole isn't bad. You're starting #2s at every WR and RB position. You do have studs at Qb and TE though.viewtopic.php?f=44&t=514853&p=3434121#p3434121