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Draft strategies ppr

Postby liquidvet » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:05 pm

6pt tds
1 ppr
Pick four
Everything else fairly standard with bonuses for Total yardage and big plays...

So reviewing my thee season trend i have always started with first three rounds rb,wr,rb or rb,wr,qb.

Do you think its more valuable to start off with rb,wr so you can get one big namein each round, or if i find the right value is it acceptable to go rb,rb,qb or even rb,rb,rb.

My last coupleof mocks i went mccoy, charles, mathews or mccoy, jackson, lynch. Am i giving up too much by starting off being too linear with one position. Is it better to diversify and stick with my rb,wr.

Just talking pilosophy. Thanks
6pt tds, 1 pt ppr competitive 10 man league
QB Rodgers, Smith
RB MJD, Matthews, Spiller, McGahee, R. williams
WR: J. Jones, Torry Smith, Lafell, Britt, Young
TE: Hernandez, Bennet
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Re: Draft strategies ppr

Postby dblj9911 » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:14 pm

I don't like to have a set order of RB, RB, wr, qb going into drafts. The main reason is your going to reach for someone. Go through and rank your players and trust your rankings. Your draft is also going to be dictated by your draft position, if you pick early, middle or late in the first round, that will all change your draft order.

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Re: Draft strategies ppr

Postby liquidvet » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:35 pm

Im pick four? I guess i was more wondering if 3 rbs in first three pcks severly hurts draft
6pt tds, 1 pt ppr competitive 10 man league
QB Rodgers, Smith
RB MJD, Matthews, Spiller, McGahee, R. williams
WR: J. Jones, Torry Smith, Lafell, Britt, Young
TE: Hernandez, Bennet
D:Eagles
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