Depends which RB falls to you with your next pick...ditto WR...
If you find Moulds or Horn there I think you have to take them in that order...I would stay away from Price and pick Holt or Boston before either one of them.
Teams 1 and 2 pick 2 times each and I would suspect you'll see 4 of these 6 go ... Henry, Barber, Green, Dillon, Taylor, James...
I really don't see a WR going in those picks although your draft has been funny to this point so you never know. In your shoes I would definitely draft any of those RBs should they fall to you. By the time your next pick comes around I am pretty sure none of them will be there and I expect a serious RB run to happen starting now since the top spots normally occupied by them have been filled with the QBs and Ward.
Another reason I would go RB is to monopolize the situation...assuming you get a guy like Bledsoe or Brooks in the 6th you could always do a deal like Bledsoe and your 3rd RB for CPepp and Zereoue to improve your QB position and leave yourself with a nice backup.
I also think you'll have first shot at a defense with the 3rd pick in the 5th and you should snag the Bucs there...after taking the best WR available in the 4th.
Thanks Nero...I will have a shot at at least two of the RB's you mentioned...so do you think I should wait to draft one of the WR's you mentioned until the 4th round then? Since there will be a big RB run in the 3rd and 4th?
I agree with ya about TB's DEF, but this league is so strange with some of the picks, I almost wouldn't be surprised to see it go sometime in the late 3rd, early 4th, but I'm crossing my fingers
They're going with Yahoo default stats..I prefer more a balanced game with yardage (25 yds passing = 1pt, 10 yds rushing/rec'ving = 1pt), but the majority rules:
Passing Yards (50 yards per point)
Passing Touchdowns (6)
Rushing Yards (20 yards per point)
Rushing Touchdowns (6)
Reception Yards (20 yards per point)
Reception Touchdowns (6)
Return Touchdowns (6)
2 Point Conversions (2)
Fumbles Lost (-2)
Statistical Categories (Kickers): Field Goals 0-19 Yards (3)
Field Goals 20-29 Yards (3)
Field Goals 30-39 Yards (3)
Field Goals 40-49 Yards (4)
Field Goals 50+ Yards (5)
Point After Attempt Made (1)
Aside from your team I like team 8, and 6 the best. Usually because there are so many good RB's left I would say draft one and use him as trade bait, but with the way these people are drafting I'm not sure some of them get the value of a good RB. I don't know what you could get for one of the RB's you could draft with the next pick. If someone like Barber or Henry falls to you I would snatch him up, but if there is a nice WR still there (Moulds or Horn) it would be tough to not draft em. That would be a stellar team so far, but if you think you could get good value trading one of the mini-stud RB's you could get with the next pick I would take him. To bad you don't have a flex spot.
Canadian Seahawk wrote:in terms of D they score high,,(potential),,,,now I know why MCnabb,,Vick and Culpepper were taken in the first round,,,,,,,,,,,they should post HUGE numbers in this league,,,
Not as much as you think...the point system in my league is 1 pt of 10yds QB rushing and 1 pt for 35 yards passing...
Warner 2 years ago outpointed guys by a landslide...
the ratio of QB rush:pass pts in this league 2.5:1 in my league it's 3.5:1 I think a good drop back guy will stay in range of those 3...and I don't think Vick is going to provide enough TDs through the air to compete with CPepp and McNabb
I am gonna have to agree with you Nero,,,,,,,suprised are you..........LOL.......anyhow just thought I'd mention I like leagues a helluva lot better when the scoring is balanced,,,I get sick of rbs going going going going...mixture is good,,,maybe even it creates more of a strategy then to just pick the best avail rb...
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