eluRsocnorB wrote:It's a 12 team league, no flex, non ppr snake draft.
Agenda42 wrote:eluRsocnorB wrote:It's a 12 team league, no flex, non ppr snake draft.
There are about 15 RBs worth taking by 3.01. If one of them is there, make sure to select him.
There are 2 TEs worth taking. Probably neither is there, but get one if you can.
There are 4 QBs worth taking, maybe 5 if you like Stafford. This is your next idea.
After that, 4 WRs makes 25. I don't really want to take a WR early in that format, but this won't kill you.
My best guess is that you end up with RB/WR, but be flexible. Do not take a pair of top 10 WRs like say Marshall and Green, unless you start 3 WR this is a significant overplay. Even if you do, this year is loaded with good WR prospects at the 4/5 turn for the early seats.
davidgrey wrote:As others mentioned, depends who is there. I never come in with set positions. Maybe I have an idea, but I always look at all options and determine the best value, etc. If you have tunnel vision on a certain position, that is when you miss a player that slipped that shouldn't have and then you will kick yourself later.
TheNataliePortmans wrote:hankrip wrote:BAP
Yes, best player available. Don't get stuck in "position" traps.
newmancrew wrote:First off why would you take McCoy over Arian and Rice? I have them ranked Arian Rice McCoy
First and foremost, If Stafford or Newton falls, get one. Pairing one of those RB's with a top tier QB will be dynamite.
If Graham or Gronk falls to you, grab one.
If Julio/Fitz/Jennings is there, not a bad pick.
The 2/3 elbow can be advantageous this year, as you might see some premium players slip through the cracks. Since you have no flex I think it would be great for you if you can get a premium QB/TE at that elbow.