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Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby angels7777 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:13 pm

.5 PPR 10 teams 6 PTs passing TD

Which slot would you rather have in a 10 team draft?
10 tms
.5 PPR, 6 pts for pass TD

QB- Cam
WR- AJ Green, J. Nelson, J. Gordon
RB- Sproles, Forte
TE- Graham
FLX- Fitz
Def- Matchup Based
K- D. Bailey

BN- Chris Johnson, Blackmon, M. Brown, L. Bell, Randle, Rivers, Spiller
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby 11stever11 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:18 pm

I prefer #10. You can get a top 10 running back and a top 5 QB which will be a good start to your team. Also I like the value in the late third, early fourth for wide receivers.
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby angels7777 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:33 pm

I might even go RB RB or RB TE at pick #10
10 tms
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QB- Cam
WR- AJ Green, J. Nelson, J. Gordon
RB- Sproles, Forte
TE- Graham
FLX- Fitz
Def- Matchup Based
K- D. Bailey

BN- Chris Johnson, Blackmon, M. Brown, L. Bell, Randle, Rivers, Spiller
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby shmity72 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:33 pm

maybe take #5 and pray for a top 3 qb?
QB: Russell Wilson, sam bradford
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Steven Jackson, Demarco Murray, jacquizz Rodgers, mcgahee
WR: Torrey Smith, Chris Givens, DeAndre Hopkins, Anquan Boldin,
TE: Vernon Davis
DST: Patriots
K:Dan Bailey cowboys

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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby Namaste » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:40 pm

Pretty sure if you go 5, you'll get a top three QB. Pray for a top 3 RB in that situation.

I like 5, I think you can get a better first guy and get someone similar to the 11 pick at 16.
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby angels7777 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:41 pm

rodgers and top 3 RB will be taken so I could easily take Brady or Brees at 5 no doubt.
10 tms
.5 PPR, 6 pts for pass TD

QB- Cam
WR- AJ Green, J. Nelson, J. Gordon
RB- Sproles, Forte
TE- Graham
FLX- Fitz
Def- Matchup Based
K- D. Bailey

BN- Chris Johnson, Blackmon, M. Brown, L. Bell, Randle, Rivers, Spiller
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby TorMenT » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:45 pm

I like #10 as I like the turn-around picks, as well as the WR choices at the end of round 3 and beginning of round 4. You can draft RB, RB, WR, WR, QB first 5 rounds, in that order. Or RB, TE, RB, WR. That's the way I'd go with it.
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Re: Choose best draft slot: #5 or #10? WHIR

Postby shmity72 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 4:46 pm

go rice/mccoy/cj2k/brees at 5...in a ppr
QB: Russell Wilson, sam bradford
RB: Marshawn Lynch, Steven Jackson, Demarco Murray, jacquizz Rodgers, mcgahee
WR: Torrey Smith, Chris Givens, DeAndre Hopkins, Anquan Boldin,
TE: Vernon Davis
DST: Patriots
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