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Morris or elite WRs? WHIR

Postby pony13ca » Sun Sep 01, 2013 12:46 pm

Our draft is tomorrow. I have the 2nd pick in a 12 team ppr. We each have 2 keepers, mine are Doug Martin & Arian Foster. The two best backs available are CJ Spiller & Alfred Morris, and I am guessing that Alf will fall to me. Seeing that I already have 2 good backs, do I still draft Morris to start in my flex spot, and hope for decent WRs later. Or do I grab a Brandon Marshall or Dez Bryant, at WR.
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Re: Morris or elite WRs? WHIR

Postby nikku88 » Sun Sep 01, 2013 3:35 pm

Assuming it's 1 PPR, I would rank them:



I have the bottom 3 pretty close together so you can't really go wrong at all.
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Postby abchew2 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:05 am

I agree with above. Spiller would be the best option followed by Marshall in my opinion (due to high volume targets)

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Re: Morris or elite WRs? WHIR

Postby Lips » Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:21 am

If its PPr, I'd go spiller, Bryant, Marshall, Morris.
If not PPr, Spiller, Morris, Bryant, Marshall. If not getting ppr, the rb is much more valuable at flex, and drop off to next level of receivers is not as drastic as the drop off from Morris to Bryant (only in non-ppr)

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