Actually, your synopsis of me isn't true, I'm a pretty big risk-taker in fantasy sports and have been over the past three years I've been playing. The reason I ask it on this board is that:
A) I respect the opinions on this forum. There is great football knowledge here and maturity that you don’t see on other boards.
B) I want to test the question of if there is a perceived value drop-off when you consider the 2.08 versus 2.12. When weighing getting a <b>Travis Henry</b> versus a <b>Michael Bennett</b> I’m not sure I perceive too much of a drop-off. When weighing a <b>Terrell Owens</b> versus a <b>Chad Johnson</b>, again, I’m not sure if I see much (if any) of a drop-off. However, I do perceive that Priest is in a far better situation to at least come closer to his 2003 stats than <b>Clinton Portis</b> in Washington. I do not believe that Ahman Green or Deuce McAllister will slide to me with the 5th pick.
For the person that asked, the pick order would be an even swap, I think being towards the middle of the pack helps this particular GM execute the strategy he wants to do on draft day. I, on the other hand, have never had anything higher than a 4th seed in any fantasy draft in my three years. Yet, after watching Ricky bust last year I know to be cautious and not use irrational exuberance as I contemplate my actions.
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