sn267537 wrote:I wish I had this organization planning sooner. In my mind I was set on keeping Ryan so I didn't care to add him. I did think of it though, but figured ryan would be good. Last season I used a commity of WR for my WR3 and it worked out. As Ryan faded out end season and AP carried end season that helped a lot.
I was really hoping M. Williams and E. decker would move up in ADP value this season, but it doesn't look that way
And actually kaepernick was owned most of last year so I'm sure he's a keeper.
That's crazy R. Wilson might not be a keeper for u. Must have really nice team.
Yeah i would have much rather grabbed Wilson and kept him as a 15th rounder (or whatever it would be) instead of Ryan as a 3rd, MUCH better value that way. You live and you learn though and nothing you can do now so dont dwell on that. As far as using a stable of guys for a WR3 thats definitely not a bad strategy, there are plenty of WRs that will emerge as the season goes on that you can plug in there so as long as you have 1-2 solid WRs you should be ok.
As far as my team I do have a really good list of potential keepers. I can keep 3 and we get to keep them 2 rounds earlier than they were drafted last year. I have about 6-7 guys that i could keep at great value including:
Alfred Morris - 13th round
CJ Spiller - 7th round
Lamar Miller - 13th round
Danario Alexander - 13th round
Mikel Leshoure - 13th round
Russel Wilson - 13th round
Ill probably end up going with Morris, Spiller and Miller and just have a super solid 3 man RB rotation. I already traded to get an extra 7th and 13th round pick at the end of last season so all 3 keepers would essentially just cost me a 13th/15th/16th. Since there is a 2 round penalty in our league most of the top 20-30 guys all get thrown back because the value isnt there so i should be able to still snag something like Calvin and a stud TE to pair with those solid RBs.