mobsters wrote:I had a lot of draft capital this season due to trades last year, so it was a big year for my dynasty team in terms of the rookie draft.
The Williams opt-out in KC made the first pick a lot easier, especially in ppr. Fourth pick, I would've been happy with either Dobbins or Swift, whoever was left.
I liked my receiver pick at 10 (Ruggs and Jefferson, along with Lamb and Jeudy, went ahead of me at WR) , and then moved up to 11 because I wanted to secure Burrow. He wouldn't have lasted until my 2.10 based on the history of my league. At the end of the draft (3 rounds), I was happy to get a good shot at one of the top tight ends in a good situation for the future.
1.01 RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire
1.04 RB D'Andre Swift
1.10 WR Jalen Reagor
1.11 QB Joe Burrow
3.10 TE Adam Trautman
Really like Swift, and Reagor where you got them. Can't really complain about going chalk with the 1.01 (although I'm less enthused with CEH in Dynasty).
I'm not really sure why Burrow is being selected in the 1st round of 1QB dynos. I'm assuming this is a 6pt TD/-4 INT league or some other QB heavy league?
No, not really QB heavy. I'm pretty solid at all my other positions, plus still had young guys from last year at WR hoping to pan out (unfortunately Hurd is one of them, but this was before the injury). I could've gotten him in the mid-2nd, where the QBs usually go (after the top RBs and WRs are gone), but I had been dealing with the guy at 1.11 and new he was willing to trade out of that spot, so I went for it.
QBs are cheap as second-year players, so I can see how he develops and then still keep him next year for a very small amount of money, and won't have to worry about affecting cap space until his third season. People keep a lot of the younger, cheaper quarterbacks in this league and because of their low cost.