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PostPosted: Fri 05.25.2012, 04:59 
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I Can Keep 2

-Who Do I Keep In A Keeper League. Demarco Murray, Darren Mcfadden, or Jimmy Graham?

-I have the 14th Pick Overall out of 16 Teams, I Will Lose 2 Draft Picks In the 1ST Round and 2nd Round for Two Choices, I Can also just Select 1!? Help Me Decide?


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PostPosted: Sat 05.26.2012, 21:50 
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I know people are going to say different, but I keep the 2 rbs. Graham has a chance to be there by the time you pick. Whats the wholeroster look like.


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PostPosted: Sun 05.27.2012, 01:04 
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I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham


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PostPosted: Sun 05.27.2012, 14:23 
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metalmulisha87 wrote:
I Can Keep 2

-Who Do I Keep In A Keeper League. Demarco Murray, Darren Mcfadden, or Jimmy Graham?

-I have the 14th Pick Overall out of 16 Teams, I Will Lose 2 Draft Picks In the 1ST Round and 2nd Round for Two Choices, I Can also just Select 1!? Help Me Decide?








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PostPosted: Sun 05.27.2012, 15:17 
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R2000 wrote:
I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham



He doesnt have to wait til the 3.14, Im pretty confident at least half of the teams will keep 2 players and most of the league will keep at least 1 player, which will make naybe his first pick in the 20-22 range.


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rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham



He doesnt have to wait til the 3.14, Im pretty confident at least half of the teams will keep 2 players and most of the league will keep at least 1 player, which will make naybe his first pick in the 20-22 range.


I am assuming that he forfeits 1.14 for 1 keerper, and then he forfeits 2.03 also, if keeps a 2nd. Leaving his next pick to be 3.14.

If you can keep 1 player for free, then Graham is still going to be grabbed before 1.14. Have not seen Graham get into the 3rd round of 12 person redrafts


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PostPosted: Sun 05.27.2012, 17:06 
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R2000 wrote:
rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham



He doesnt have to wait til the 3.14, Im pretty confident at least half of the teams will keep 2 players and most of the league will keep at least 1 player, which will make naybe his first pick in the 20-22 range.


I am assuming that he forfeits 1.14 for 1 keerper, and then he forfeits 2.03 also, if keeps a 2nd. Leaving his next pick to be 3.14.

If you can keep 1 player for free, then Graham is still going to be grabbed before 1.14. Have not seen Graham get into the 3rd round of 12 person redrafts


Your forgeting to average in the other teams. There will be 15 other teams that have a chance with there keepers that will be losing there 1st or 2nd or both.

I dont think there is a free kepper, he loses a pick with 1 he loses a first and a 2nd if he keeps 2.


I also would like to see the rest of his roster I cant imagine those are his 3 best players.


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PostPosted: Mon 05.28.2012, 12:24 
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rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham



He doesnt have to wait til the 3.14, Im pretty confident at least half of the teams will keep 2 players and most of the league will keep at least 1 player, which will make naybe his first pick in the 20-22 range.


I am assuming that he forfeits 1.14 for 1 keerper, and then he forfeits 2.03 also, if keeps a 2nd. Leaving his next pick to be 3.14.

If you can keep 1 player for free, then Graham is still going to be grabbed before 1.14. Have not seen Graham get into the 3rd round of 12 person redrafts


Your forgeting to average in the other teams. There will be 15 other teams that have a chance with there keepers that will be losing there 1st or 2nd or both.

I dont think there is a free kepper, he loses a pick with 1 he loses a first and a 2nd if he keeps 2.


I also would like to see the rest of his roster I cant imagine those are his 3 best players.


For a 16 team league I don't think that his keepers are all that bad. Plus why list border line wr's as there will be a glut of serviceable one's in the draft even if everyone else kept 1.
To answer the OP I'm a gambler and would keep McFadden and Graham especially in PPR and if TE is starting roster spot. If WR and TE are grouped then maybe think about the 2 backs.


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hardcoreFFer wrote:
rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
rugger48 wrote:
R2000 wrote:
I think I mentioned in the other thread, that all 3 are close in terms of ADP to 1.14 (#14) and 2.3 (#19).

Graham is NOT going to drop to 3.14 (#42).

If you are comfortable with both RBs, going in with 2 strong RB1/high RB2 if healthy gives you a big leg up against the competition. So does a TE like Graham who can score like a WR1.

Conservative/RBs are gold: keep both RBs
unsure about McF health: Keep Murray and Graham
Want elite upside: McFadden and Graham



He doesnt have to wait til the 3.14, Im pretty confident at least half of the teams will keep 2 players and most of the league will keep at least 1 player, which will make naybe his first pick in the 20-22 range.


I am assuming that he forfeits 1.14 for 1 keerper, and then he forfeits 2.03 also, if keeps a 2nd. Leaving his next pick to be 3.14.

If you can keep 1 player for free, then Graham is still going to be grabbed before 1.14. Have not seen Graham get into the 3rd round of 12 person redrafts


Your forgeting to average in the other teams. There will be 15 other teams that have a chance with there keepers that will be losing there 1st or 2nd or both.

I dont think there is a free kepper, he loses a pick with 1 he loses a first and a 2nd if he keeps 2.


I also would like to see the rest of his roster I cant imagine those are his 3 best players.


For a 16 team league I don't think that his keepers are all that bad. Plus why list border line wr's as there will be a glut of serviceable one's in the draft even if everyone else kept 1.
To answer the OP I'm a gambler and would keep McFadden and Graham especially in PPR and if TE is starting roster spot. If WR and TE are grouped then maybe think about the 2 backs.



I would like to see his qb or if he has a high end wr. Murray and graham were not drafted in the first 2 rounds so I would like to see some of the player he did draft early.


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PostPosted: Wed 05.30.2012, 07:27 
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My Team is as follows since i've already dropped mostly all of my players... also if i keep 2 i lose my first round and 2nd round draft picks. thanks for all of your help.


Jahvid Best, Det RB

Darren McFadden, Oak RB

Ben Tate, Hou RB

DeMarco Murray, Dal RB

Steve Johnson, Buf WR

Julio Jones, Atl WR

Jimmy Graham, NO TE


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In a 16 team league I would think going RB & RB would be the more logical answer. Especially two that are locked to get most of their team carries. I guess the deciding factor would be the drop off from Murray to the next available RB and Graham to the next available TE. Maybe go RB and RB and look for a F. Davis in the next few rounds.


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metalmulisha87 wrote:
My Team is as follows since i've already dropped mostly all of my players... also if i keep 2 i lose my first round and 2nd round draft picks. thanks for all of your help.


Jahvid Best, Det RB

Darren McFadden, Oak RB

Ben Tate, Hou RB

DeMarco Murray, Dal RB

Steve Johnson, Buf WR

Julio Jones, Atl WR

Jimmy Graham, NO TE


With that set up I would keep the 2 rbs and look for either graham or Julio to drop to you. If you gave up one of those rbs its almost certaim they wont be there when your pick comes up.


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I say dump murray; still unproven, injury risk, d-mac more upside and what can you say about jimmy but-monstah!
Best is a "bust", Stevie has to suffer w/bad qb and being on well, BUffalo!
In my 19 yrs exp I say WR ALWAYS drop, though Julio will be a keeper next year...best of luck.... :-k


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