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Take WR or RB in keeper league???

Postby Ravens1987 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:21 am

I'm currently in a keeper league were we keep 3 players. the players i kept are Murray/ Forte/ Charles. My league is 1 qb, 2 rb, 2 wr,
1 Te, 1 te/wr, 3 wr/rb, 1 k, 1 def. I have the second overall pick.. the first pick is taking julio jones.... at number 2 do i take another rb or wr... Best avab. for rb is bush/ mcgahee/ spiller/ wells/ greene/ redman/ green-ellis/ stewart/ ingram/ helu/ brown...... for wr brown/ harvin/ colston/ cobb/ bryant/ nelson/ smith/ wallace/ jackson.v/ jacson.d/ maclin.... So my question is do i take a RB or a WR if the second overall pick... also its like im drafting in the 4.2 postion because of the keepers....

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Re: Take WR or RB in keeper league???

Postby cope09 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 7:04 am

I'm not sure what your scoring is but, you already have depth at RB between the three you have. IF though, you have a PPR, I might consider Bush only because he may be the only good thing Miami has going for him and will figure huge in the passing game until Tannehill gets comfortable throwing downfield. Other than that, I would go for a top WR like Nelson or keeping an eye on the Wallace situation in Pittsburgh, you might go for him.

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Re: Take WR or RB in keeper league???

Postby Stuart318 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:55 am

Miami’s RB2 might just have a great year too. How about Greene because of the limited passing prospects of the Jets.

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