Ok....sorry all...my roommate and I went out to see "I, Robot" tonight. I thought it was a very good movie, he gave it a thumbs down. Anyways, back to the real reason of this post.
Thanks for your posts. I have taken all your thoughts and will closely monitor those players and things may change....I'll put some thought into it. So, if I do not directly comment on your post it was viewed and will help me think about my draft lists over the coming month or so before my first draft.
I have Mason at #17 with 87 points (7 TD, 1125 yds). I don't see a repeat of last seasons yards for him, but moreso something on par with his three-yr averages.
Moulds.....well....to predace I just don't like the Bills offense. Henry will get his due, but that's it. So, I expect something close to his 3-yr averages at something like 4 TD and 900 yds. No, I am not showing him no love. I know that.
Holt will get 8 TD's and 1550 yards (an average of last 3 seasons ironically). St. Louis still spreads the ball around and I view Faulk at least being around for as much of this season as he was last season....maybe more....barring injury ofcourse. So, I view 8-10 TD's more likely than 10-12. for him. I just settled on 8. I just think that's more likely.
Harrison I have at 12 TD's and 1350 yards.
Owens I have at 12 TD's and 1275 yards.
Add another TD score and 75 yards to my projections for Mason and he goes from being a #17 WR on my draft board to being tied with 4 others at #7 WR on my board. So, I'm showing him some love, just mabye a little less than others would.
In fact, my #4 rated WR (Johnson at 112 pts) and my #11 rated WR (S. Moss at 94 pts) are really only a score and 50 yards apart. Not much distances them. Bottom line, Moss is the elite guy and everyone else is playing for second fiddle. And I am a Vikings fan and a Moss hater saying this. Them are powerful words in that light.