jnadke wrote: Elmagister wrote:
Stigmo wrote:I'm in a two-keeper league (non-PPR) where you give up the pick that corresponds with where your keeper(s) were drafted. So, for example, (because I was awkward with the description), I'll keep Ray Rice and give up my first round pick.
That leaves me with the choice of keeping Mathews and giving up my 4th or Brandon Marshal and giving up my fifth. Leaning toward keeping Mathews, but any thoughts?
I think Matthews for a fourth is a better value than Marshall for a fifth.
This is really a no-brainer. Mathews is a 1st round pick you're getting for a 4th. Marshall is a 2nd-3rd round pick that costs a 5th. The better value is Mathews.
Depending where you're drafting and which players are returned, you just might be able to nab Marshall if you're slotted to draft near the tail.
Yes, a top RB is always going to be the choice over a WR. Especially this year.
12-tm PPR: QB/RB/3WR/2FLEX/TE/D-ST-PK [FAAB]
LeSean, Rawls, Yeldon, Ware, CJA
Calvin, BMarsh, Alshon, Cobb, Watkins, Perriman, Ty Montgomery
HOU & STL DSTPK
Lost to INJ: Foster, Edelman, Forsett, Ingram, Rawls