While I appreciate the interesting concept, I can't say I agree. Yes, go against the grain, follow your own path, march to the beat of your own drum YADA YADA...but let's face it. You don't want to be the only guy stuck with 2 dismal RB's as your starters. You can have a stacked QB, WR, and TE. But like Cornbread mentioned, there is little difference between QB's this year. As you end up with Manning, the very next man gets Culepper. As you get Moss, the very next man gets Harrison. As they draft Holmes, LT2, McAllister, Portis, SA, Edge, Williams, etc you draft Tiki Barber and Lee Suggs
Fantastic, you got a solid team EXCEPT your backs...the one position with a lot of difficulty in coming up with studs. You'd end up trading away those great WR's to make up for the dissappointment you'd have at RB. Then there'd be no point in "doing the opposite"
But interesting concept
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