:lol: at the idea that you can 'overpay' for a WR in the 10th round.
90% of WRs drafted in the 10th round are completely worthless.
I like how salary will determine passes thrown to.
Call me crazy, but I think I'll just wait till TC and preseason and not really worry about salary dictating order of importance just quite yet.
Because clearly a team is going to throw $6 million/year at a guy so he can catch 30 passes.
Salary doesn't determine passes, but it can be a loose measure of commitment. And in fantasy, any semblance of getting inside a team's strategy is an advantage. Especially one that has had as much going on as the Chargers.
Rivers is going to throw 4000+ yards no matter what; you'd be foolish to not want a piece of that.
Considering most people are looking at their TE1 or QB2 in these rounds, why buy a receiver that will never produce enough to see a fantasy roster starting spot? There are better guys I'd take a coin flip on in later rounds.
It's quite easy and foolish to take any single argument I made and break it down. All I'm saying is, next year Floyd is a FA, and not only have the Chargers talked anything out long-term, they brought on redundant guys, in addition to new rookies. Further, despite him being 8th year receiver, they still brought in a guy who doesn't know the system and gave him a pay bump over Floyd. Sounds like the management is very confident in Floyd. Further, Floyd is 30, he hasn't broken out yet, why would anyone expect him to break out now?