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Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby packerfan12 » Thu Aug 02, 2012 10:12 am

QB BRADY
RB S JACKSON
RB RICHARDSON
WR JENNINGS
WR AUSTIN
TE GRAHAM
FLEX D THOMAS (DEN)
D/ST EAGLES
K HANSON

BE GREENE
BE T SMITH (BAL)
BE A BROWN
BE K BRITT
BE HEYWARD-BEY
BE BLOUNT
BE LUCK
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby 11stever11 » Thu Aug 02, 2012 12:58 pm

Your WR depth is solid with Brown and Smith. I do not like starting a WR at flex every week though. I like your starting running backs but there is not much depth behind them. The Brady/Graham combination makes this a playoff team.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby LA Faders » Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:54 am

You have a lot of depth at WR, but not very much at RB like stever said. I don't like Blount since it looks like Doug Martin will get pretty much all the carries this season.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby Wood Chipper » Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:00 am

I would drop Britt or trade him and get a different WR or RB.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby stomperrob » Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:07 pm

Don't know how much the Jets will use Tebow in the red zone and that will affect Greene's value - don't like Blount, unless he gets his head on straight and works on pass blocking he will be of little use to you. You could definitely use another RB on your bench.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby LA Faders » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:05 pm

I like Britt more than Blount, but both are ?s in my mind. If Britt ends up getting suspended, it won't really matter much since he'll need the rest anyways. Hell it might be better for him. I would try trading Greene and a WR in a package for a decent back up RB.

Also depends on what kind of RBs are on the free agency too.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby Irish Drunk » Sat Aug 04, 2012 12:06 pm

I think its a solid team with the relative weakness being RB and the relative strength being WR. There must have been a better option for RB instead of drafting HeyBay as your 7th wideout (perhaps a Pierre Thomas/Felix Jones?)
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby Fantasyfballchamps » Mon Aug 06, 2012 9:52 pm

What league are you in? Because I would love to draft in this league.

Solid team. Love Brady as your QB - in my opinion one of only 2 lock studs far above the rest.
S.Jax - solid pick, he won't blow people out of the water anymore - but will put up solid numbers
T. Rich - great steal, going to be a stud this year and get a ton of opportunities
A. Brown - excellent sleeper. The longer Wallace sits the better this becomes, Big Ben will be throwing a lot this year - and A. Brown is impressing early and often in camp. Great job

Looks like you have enough depth to compete - Jennings will be solid as always and Greene could turn into a nice surprise with the well known running success of Sporano.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby Fantasyfballchamps » Mon Aug 06, 2012 9:53 pm

Also Graham is a STUD, and I have Heyward-Bey as one of my top 5 sleepers I am predicting this year.
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Re: Rate my 10 Team Draft ESPN Standard

Postby bigdogg712 » Tue Aug 07, 2012 8:43 am

I think tebow will skyrocket Greenes value... similar to the way he did with mcgahee. Not a bad team. You'll be able to use Greene in the flex. Very good Qb, solid duo of RBs, and sensational pair ofWRs. Be careful though. Jennings and Austin are both already injured! Check up on that and maybe try to trade them. Maybe trade thomas and austin for a decent #1 like wallace, nicks, or white. I do think you went WAY too high on your TE. Second or 3rd round?? Too high. You could've used a stud RB/WR. Think about this. If you would've waited til the 8th or 9th round to get hernandez or finley, you could've gotten a guy like roady white or ryan matthews in the second round. That would've stacked your team! Oh well. Too late.

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