Sixxgunn wrote:I actually went and scored(in my system)what every player would have scored last year on a game to game basis,and found having a top back(A Green),a third tier back(Kevan Barlow) and a top QB,specifically C-Pep,would net more points than a top back(Priest) and a second tier back(D Davis),and a lesser QB(Brady)(not much of a tier there,I agree).So you see,it all depends on how you score,and wise drafting,and some good trades.Not just following a formula.
You're comparing RB's within a couple of draft picks of each other to QB's several rounds apart.
To get the 1st team you'd have to use a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick, and even with that you'd have to be VERY lucky to net that team.
With the 2nd team you're spending a 1st, 2nd, and 8th round draft pick.
To even out those teams in terms of draft picks you'd have to give the 2nd team a 3rd rounder (Ward or CJ) and the 1st team an 8th rounder (Jerome Bettis maybe). Put those in and add up the points again...
Either that or take sub Barlow for Bettis on the 1st team. Either way, the comparison you made isn't really a valid comparison.