gunssforhire wrote:At 1.1 I am torn and might pick Rodgers 1st. Then go RB-RB, I honestly rather have a middle pick right now.
Tacks652 wrote:gunssforhire wrote:At 1.1 I am torn and might pick Rodgers 1st. Then go RB-RB, I honestly rather have a middle pick right now.
I was just about to mention the same thing. I've always liked my 2 QB drafts better if I pick towards the middle or the elbow. Picking 1st overall is brutual. If it were me? I'd go Brees or Rodgers. AP is hard to pass up, but you'll be screwed for QB's by the time your next pick rolls around.
The more teams in the league... the more it leads me to take QB first overall.
Creep3147 wrote:I've only played in a 2QB starters league once and did not care to repeat the experience.
I think it greatly exaggerates the position such that he/she with the best 2 QBs is likely to win the league...
I'd grab early and often... and get 3 decent ones (min).
This year is a little better b/c QB depth seems extra strong... but the value of this position in this set up makes them largely un-droppable... and there won't be s*&t on the waiver wire, and it will be a mad crazy dash upon QB injuries/replacements...
there will be surprise/unknown players that emerge at every other position... but rarely at QB (maybe Geno?...)
I guess we need to know how many teams in your league (sorry if I missed that part)... but if it is 12+... have fun... kinda surprised with the 6 points for passing TDs... as it simply makes QB production the dominant factor throughout the league.
PS: Pats suck
PPS: QBs will also be MAJOR trade bait... so grab a ton and trade for what you want post draft (or post week 1 or 2 when others figure out they are too thin at QB)
Markulous wrote:First round, depending on my pick. Typically, it's suicide to go into the 3rd round without a QB in those leagues. Maybe this year is different with everyone waiting on QBs, but I still would bank on going RB, QB or QB, RB.