Warpigs wrote: cooleyhigh wrote:
I cannot see LT getting worn down at the age of 25. I have heard every argument possible from they have a better o-line
to only flutie can lead him to production.
Even a fool like me can realize he produces when the ball is dumped to him. If they stop doing this Schot should be shot.
Even a fool can learn to totally lock into LT2 from a defensive standpoint. It's tough to lock into a team like Indy, where Edge may burn you, Peyton may toast you, Harrison could smoke you or the TE combo could reap some big rewards on a play. LT2 will be scoring stats on pure potential and heart alone this year, because he'll have no help. Even a tank will eventually break down if you repetedly run it into a brick wall
cooleyhigh wrote:As for Priest, predicting an injury is a fool's game. Many said his hip would limit him last year and regretted it.
Yeah and many said that Marshall Faulk would be God's gift to fantasy football two years ago. (they all regretted that) He had the total package and nothing could slow him down. Father Time gets everyone at some point, and Holmes is already past where many backs start to show a decline in stats. I'm not saying that Holmes is dropped out of the top 10. What I am saying is that if I had a choice between Holmes and Green at No. 1, I'd rather bank on an improving running back who is just hitting his stride and in a great system. I couldn't afford to draft someone at No. 1 only to see him falter and have to rely on a team led by the last pick in the second round. I think Green is the safest pick, and that's why I consider him No. 1.
I forgot that SD lost so many weapons from last year
Any D-coordinator that could not figure out to key on LT last year is not fit to coach on friday night. Anyway assuming they just got the news flash that this guy is the entire offense, it will not matter. And yes this tank may break down at 29 or so but that is a long way off. Oh snap, Fitz got tackled...his career is now in the shitter
I never thought you were dropping Priest out of the top ten. I believe he is better than Green. Who cares what happened to Faulk? Congrats on guessing he would hurt his knee! How many 27 year olds have been injured in the history of the NFL?
I guess I can understand your reservations but I do not share them so let some lucky fool pick up priest at #3 or 4.