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When Dustin Keller entered the free agent market this off-season, he’d just come off a terrible season with the New York Jest which is a statement that could be said about any NYJ from 2012.  With that, he decided to hit the FA market with the intent of improving his stock via a 1 year deal.  To prove he was worth the money and after a great start to the preseason, there was much promise.  And then versus the Texans that knee of his went…well, it went the wrong way.  Like every which way that was the wrong way.  I’m not linking to that image cuz it’s nasty and exactly why he not only has a torn ACL, PCL and MCL but has a dislocated knee to boot.  It was ugly, people, but thankfully I only have to talk about the fantasy implications of it.  Keller looked like he was well suited for the Dolphins passing attack throughout the preseason and was looking more and more to be a great target for up and comer Ryan Tannehill.  Though it won’t affect my Rankings outside of Keller dropping out, I do get a little worried about who that third target for Ryan is going to be.  Young QB with a security blanket to throw to is always nice, especially when it’s a decent option like Keller.  Overall, it might increase targets for guys like Gibson but I wouldn’t call that a plus.  Oh and no, don’t even ask if Charles Clay is a pickup since he’s, ya know, Charles Clay.  You’re better then that and you know it.  In other preseason news for 2013 Fantasy Football…we interrupt this ellipses to bring you an important announcement: we still need you – and yes I mean YOU.  Not that other guy/girl you say to yourself will do it – to create/join some Razzball Commenter Leagues.  See that hyperlink?  It whisks you away to a special place where it tells you not only how to set up the league but what the Grand Prize is for the winner.  Yes, there’s a prize so go pretend that link is a box of Lucky Charms and you’re trying to get the decoder ring out of it…or something.  Just click on it!  Alright, enough pandering, let’s get back to the show…

EJ Manuel – Is set to have minor knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the preseason.  I know it’s always hard to take teams at their word when they say ‘minor’ but I’m inclined to believe the Bills seeing as they haven’t signed another QB.  Though I’m an admitted Kolb apologist, Manuel is looking like the man in Buffalo at this point and I don’t think Kevin’s going to do much with the remaining couple of weeks to prove it any different.

Arian Foster – There’s currently talk of Foster missing the first game of the year with lower back issues.  Wait, I thought it was a leg issue that’s been holding him out?  If you’re playing hooky, Arian, make one lie and stick to it!  I keed.  I already told you this off-season I was leery of Arian in the draft this year because he eclipsed 400 touches last year.  News like this doesn’t change my mind.  Ben Tate, I hear you calling my name…

Eddie Lacy – It’s the ‘I was clearly wrong’ brigade today, apparently.  Though the Packers say Harris is still the starter in GB – and even though I felt Franklin was going to win the job overall – Eddie’s 40 yards on 8 carries on Saturday was enough to put my brain around the fact that he’s the back to own out of that Packers regime.  Just keep in mind the injury history when drafting him.  That and his girly name.  Makes me titter.

Montee Ball – The good: 6 carries on 28 yards.  The better: Hillman fumbled twice.  The not better: Hillman still had 13 carries.  The not good: Ball looked confused on pass protection plays.  The worst: I don’t think Denver goes full Montee this year.

DeAndre Hopkins – Left the game the game with a concussion.  Remove the first three letters and the last three letters from ‘concussion’ and you have what I did when I heard that news.  Still like him but hopefully this isn’t anything major.

Kendall Wright – Left the field on his own will but then was carted off later.  MRI says it’s only a sprain of the ACL and not a tear.  Reality is that a sprain is a tear but not a complete tear so it needs to be graded.  I think.  We’d need our resident injury reporter Andrew Nordmeier to really fill us in on this.  Overall, I’m keeping him where he’s at in my rankings but I’m gonna be cautious about drafting him if said draft is in the next few days.

Nick Toon – After catching 4 passes for 66 yards against the Chiefs in week 1 of the preseason, Nick followed it up with a 56 yard snag against the Raiders on 2 targets.  With Joe Morgan out for the year via a torn ACL, Toon has a shot to step into the roll of Devery Henderson for the Saints which is to say ‘go off for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns one week and follow it up with a 1 catch, 8 yard dud the next’.  I keed…sorta.  NOLA’s passing game is pretty taken up by Sproles, Graham and Colston, not to mention Moore.  Just suggesting you not give into the preseason hype on this guy in regular leagues.

Michael Vick – He’s won the starting nod.  Yeah but the media says…Shhhh, he’s won it. Yeah but there’s been no announc…shhhh, just trust me on this.  I still say I’d be surprised if he’s there in 2014 but if you’re drafting an Eagles QB at this point, Vick’s your guy.  Yeah but…Ok, I was being nice before.  Just shut up.

Brandon Weeden – I know it’s only preseason, but the man has looked good.  For all the clamoring for Alex Smith or Carson Palmer as cheap QB2s, I’m getting a hankering to smoke some Weeden this season instead.

Jordan Cameron – On everyone’s sleeper list prior to last Thursday’s game.  After a 3 catch, 42 yard, 2 TD performance he’s now gonna be on everyone’s over-hyped list.  I still like him but he’s got to come at the right price to me in the draft.

Joique Bell – I ranked him much higher then LeShoure this off-season with this to say about him ‘I kinda liked Bell coming into 2013 before the Reggie Bush signing.  Still do but he’s not the goal to go back and he’s not the receiving back in that offense so he’s…what?  I don’t know.  I just know I like him.’.  Looks like the Lions kinda feel that way as well.  If you’re wondering who gets the reigns with a broken Bush, it’s Bell.  What?  I can’t make a Joique out of everything.

Zach Sudfeld – Well if Cameron’s no longer a sleeper, I’ll bet Sudfeld is.  After 2 catches for 32 yards and a touchdown on 4 targets, I can no longer stand on the sidelines with this guy.  Already grabbed him in my Auction League.  Yes, you’ll see I’m the guy that drafted Dennis.  I’m not asking for you to Pitta me but if you let me cry on your shoulder for a while that’d be nice.  And just so you don’t think I’m going crazy with preseason glory, the Boston Herald expects Sudfeld to ‘play an Aaron Hernandez type role’.  Hopefully, they’re referring to what happens on the football field and not his ability to discard of evidence.  He was really bad at that.

Blaine Gabbert – Was 13/16 for 165 yards and a touchdown before spraining his thumb and leaving the game.  Though I didn’t watch it – it’s the Jags vs the Jest, can you blame me – all words about Gabbert’s composure were fairly glowing.  Still not touching him with Ron Jeremy’s 10-foot pole this draft season but I’m willing to be agnostic and watch how this plays out to start the year.  Oh and the box score tells me that Denard Robinson carried the ball 11 times.  That makes me laugh for some reason.

Jamaal Charles – Was held out of the preseason lineup on Sunday due to a foot issue scare from earlier in the week.  At this point I’m not concerned – he was expected/did practice Sunday – but it’s always best to be cautious and mindful of these things.  He’s still a top 3 back on my list but if you waver and take a T-Rich or a LeSean in his place, I won’t hate you any more then I do now.  Knile Davis is the guy to own if you’re worried or want to mess with the Charles owner’s head.

LeSean McCoy – Maybe I was being a little too cautious with Shady in my rankings.  If I had it to do all over again, I’d put McCoy up in the Lynch tier…oh wait, I do!  Revisions to be seen shortly.

Giovani Bernard – Had 7 carries for 37 yards and a touchdown to go with 1 reception for 22 yards while The Law Firm ‘rested’.  To that I say ‘R.I.P. BJGE’.  I keed…sorta.  Still think BenJarvus will be a large enough part of the offense to be annoying but it’s clear Cincy is giving Gio every chance to be the lead back and he’s making the most of that opportunity.

Torrey Smith – Two catches for 85 yards and a touchdown.  The touchdown was a 77 yard catch and run.  It looked good.  Be prepared for the next preseason line to be 1 target and a goose egg.  That’s how Torrey rolls.

Philip Rivers – It was really hard to say how Rivers looked on the field versus the Bears.  Well, mainly because he was on his back more then he was throwing it.  I know that it’s the Bears but that O-Line is looking scary.  Just keep that in mind if you’re drafting him as your QB2 this year or hoping for some upside from a late QB pick.

Brandon Bolden – He was one of the big reasons I couldn’t get behind Stevan Ridley early in the season last year.  Then he went down with an injury just as things started looking good for him and then followed it up with a PED suspension via the NFL.  But he’s back in there now.  I’m not highlighting him because I think Ridley loses his job.  I’m highlighting him because maybe some of those TDs don’t go to Ridley this year at the goal line.  Buyer beware.

Carson Palmer – Went 7/15 for 66 yards (good for a 4.4 yards per attempt average) against a Dallas defense that wasn’t that fearful last year.  Remember when I said Palmer’s an improvement but that O-Line is still terrible?  Yup.  There’s still Skeltons in those Cardinal closets.  Overall, it can’t all be blamed on the O-Line or Palmer – Michael Floyd seems to want to give Andre Roberts the WR2 position – but it’s something to keep in mind while drafting given the Cards division isn’t the easiest in terms of defensive matchups.

Alex Smith – I know Jamaal wasn’t out there but I’ve been hearing a lot about Alex being a sleeper coming into this season and I’ve stood by my stance that I don’t agree.  There’s a reason SF moved on from Smith last year and to sum up what I said when Kaep took the job ‘Kaep helps your team win.  Alex Smith helps your team not lose.  There’s a big difference’.  His line ended similar to what Palmer did but without the poor O-Line in front of him.  The Chiefs could go 8-8 or 9-7 this year.  That’s my positive spin on Alex.  Notice it has zero to do with fantasy?  Exactly.

T.Y. Hilton – Everybody’s talking about DHB getting the secondary wide out spot for the Colts this year, calling him a nice cheap discount.  In two preseason games, T.Y. has 5 catches for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Hilton’s currently going in the 8th round of 12 team yahoo leagues.  I like that discount more then your DHB discount.

Wes Welker – Has a slightly sprained ankle.  Here’s what a Broncos fan looks like about this news when they really should be all Bob Marley up in this house.  Everything gonna be alright now…he should be good to go week 1.  Now the Champ Bailey thing…well, that image might be appropriate.

Victor Cruz – Limped off the field with a bruised heel.  Meanwhile, Nicks stayed on the field and healthy.  I think the Giants can only provide one healthy receiver at a time.  Watch out, Reuben Randle!

Lance Dunbar – Looking more and more like the backup to DeMarco Murray each day.  Yes, I know he fumbled but he’s a Cowboy.  We can just blame it on Romo.

57 Responses

  1. George says:
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    Great article! What do you think is Sudfields value when gronk comes back? Is he good enough to start as my TE all year, or would you stream instead? Also, are you guys putting up tiered ranks this year like the past 2 years? Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Thanks! I think his value will be determined by how well he plays. Right now, they’re basically saying he could step into A-Hern’s former role. If that’s the case, he’s a top 5 TE. Will really depend on how he handles his opportunity.

      Tiers are out this afternoon. Stay tuned!

      • Josh O.

        JoshO says:
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        @Sky: Do you like Sudfield better than Kelce in a dynasty format? For some reason, Kelce has really stood out to me as a great potential bargain. Could be wrong on that…

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I’m not really a dynasty guy. I’d give Kelce the edge there but it’s probably best you hit up our Dynasty writer Murph on one of his posts.

          • Josh O.

            JoshO says:
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            @Sky: What about this year?

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Sounds like Sudfeld is going to be given a chance to produce right off the bat in what has been a great offense in the past. Think that gives him the edge over Kelce.

      • Moose Out Front says:
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        @Sky: Yay tiers!!!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Weee!

  2. booya says:
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    Just did my 12 team dynasty league draft last night $220 budget. We’re only starting with 2 IDP slots for the first season that can be used for any defensive position (tackle 1pt, ast 1/2pt, sack 3pts, int 6pts, fumble forced 4pts, fumb recovered 2pts, safety 8pts, pass def 1pt, block kick 4 pts, TFL 2pts). No ppr

    Here’s my team:

    QB Brady $20
    RB1 CJ2K $32
    RB2 Eddie Lacy $20
    WR1 Dez $44
    WR2 Shorts $10
    WR3 Josh Gordon $4
    TE Rudolph $7
    Flex Ben Tate $6
    K Akers $1
    D Laurinaitis $9
    D Von Miller $3

    BN Stafford $16
    BN Blackmon $6
    BN Kenbrell Thompkins $5
    BN Moreno $3
    BN Zac Stacy $4
    BN Vincent Brown $6
    BN Ingram $5
    BN Hartline $1
    BN Jonathan Stewart $3
    BN Jordan Cameron $3
    BN Jerrell Freeman $1

    Thoughts on my team? I’m hoping some of my scrub RBs pan out, I feel like thats going to be my weakest area. Any ideas on where/how I should look to improve in the coming weeks?

    Thanks!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah RB is your weakest spot by far. You going after a $44 Dez might’ve contributed to that a bit via draft flow. You’re just gonna have to hope Moreno gets the starting nod and Foster’s injury is worse then it sounds. Probably didn’t need to spend $36 on your QBs. You only start one a week. Could’ve gone with a bye week flier or a $1 scrub like Weeden. Gonna be hard for you to sit either/or throughout the course of the season. Might be a good place to trade from if there’s an owner out there with a shaky QB situation.

      Outside of RB, your team does look solid though. Should be competitive.

  3. Sniff Test says:
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    Are updated ranking available on the toolbar or will they be posted…or am i the toolbar?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Ha! You’re a complete toolbar! I’m working on updated rankings as I type. Hoping to have them out by Wednesday and I’ll post them as such.

  4. Mike says:
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    Hey Sky,

    Thanks for all the work you guys do no baseball and football! Any idea when you will post the 2013 Tiers spreadsheet?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Hey man thanks for reading our work. Tiers will be out this afternoon. Sorry for the delay!

  5. J Money says:
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    Hey Sky, looking for a second opinion on a last minute pre draft dilemma.

    First time I am participating in a 14 team league (0.5 PPR).

    If I grab a top 12 QB (that is my plan as of now), would you reccomend using a bench spot on a back up QB?
    We only have 4 bench spots and I feel that I could get a potential break out WR/RB instead.

    Thanks.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I was planning on getting a 1 QB draft strategy out. Sadly, doesn’t look like it will happen. I tend to not agree with drafting a backup QB if you have one of the top guys in the draft. Feel they jut take up bench space

      • J Money says:
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        @Sky: Glad to know we think alike on this topic. Out of curiousity, where will you be posting the tier list you are coming out with this afternoon? Separate article or in the rankings page?

        Just an eager reader wanting to see i the second it is out.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Separate Article…it should’ve posted by now actually. Gotta go check and see why not if it hasn’t!

          • J Money says:
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            @Sky: It is up. All is right in the world. Thanks Sky!

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Huzzah!

  6. fitz says:
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    Sky, I had asked this to JB but would like your advice as well please. I’m brand new to fantasy football and joined a league taking over an existing team where you can keep 2 players.

    I think this guy’s team I took over was probably pretty terrible.

    Of the following who should I keep?

    Frank Gore – Give up 2nd rnd pick
    Dez Bryant – Give up 4th rnd pick
    Jordy Nelson – Give up 5th rnd pick
    Eric Decker – Give up 5th rnd pick
    Tony Gonzalez – Give up 7th rnd pick
    Kenny Britt – Give up 9th rnd pick

    Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Definitely a frustratin team to take over. I’d go Dez and Britt there. Probably your best value plays.

    • btd says:
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      @fitz: Definitely Dez. I’d consider not keeping a second. That or Britt.

  7. Jack Full O' Hate says:
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    please rank on who to drop first if something comes up, Dobson, Keenan Allen, Ertz, Bryce Brown

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Dobson

      • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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        @Sky: that’s what I thought.

        I’m getting pretty pumped up for the roadie. The cost of a hotel is f**king ridiculous, I might have to go sell some sperm or blood

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, that’s why I was saying I’ll get the food/drink. Only fair.

          • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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            @Sky: I’m huge, this one is going to cost you….did you get a BBQ yet, or do I need to bring one

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Ha, no BBQ yet. We’ll go to Granny’s Buffet.

              • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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                @Sky: I’m sure the put gravy on everything

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  Make the gravy flow like wine…or something.

                  • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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                    @Sky: “I’ll have the sausage gravy with cheese on top covered in the brown gravy”

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Order with a salad. Say you’re trying to watch your figure.

                  • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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                    @Sky: HAHAHAHA, and a diet coke

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Haha, exactly. Ask if they have any fat free ice cream while you’re at it.

                  • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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                    @Sky: with extra hot fudge

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      That’s your reward for eating so healthy.

  8. oppo taco says:
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    hey sky which side of this trade do you prefer and why.
    Side A : Mike Williams and Kenbrell Thompkins
    Side B : DeAngelo Williams and Rueben Randle

    all 4 pieces are essentially bench players with Both Williams’ being possible flex plays. Thanks for the input

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      A for the plain and simple reason Williams is a clear cut WR3 at worst. The other guys do not have as rigidly defined roles.

  9. Bone Smuggler says:
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    10 Team 2 Qb Thoughts?

    qb1: Romo
    qb2: Wilson
    rb1: Trent
    rb2: McCoy
    wr1: Demariuosuyous
    wr2: Colston
    wr/rb: Murray
    te: gronk
    b: Lamar Miller
    b: Pete Waiter
    b: desean jackson
    b: sam bradford
    b: sproles (co-manager’s fault)

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Team looks stacked…did everyone else autodraft? Not sure why you’d be mad about Sproles on your bench. You’ve basically got 5 startable RBs every week for 3 spots and didn’t have to give up anything in the QBs. Nice work.

      • Bone Smuggler says:
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        @Sky: Greed? I guess I wanted another WR or TE but I suppose Sproles could be worse (non-ppr).

        It was an auction league so I think we just played our cards right.

        Thanks!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Ah auction explains it. Sprole is a flex play for non-ppr but you only start one TE every week and your WRs are fine. Looks good to me. Go own your league, bro!

  10. Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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    2 things:
    1) Funny you mentioned Toon being Henderson-esque because no sooner had Hendy got cut and evidently the Saints are already kicking his tires to sign him if I heard right?

    2) Am I the only one that’s getting a VERY strong Darren Sproles-like feel about Shane Vereen this season? Maybe even better because he may go between the tackles now and then whereas Sproles was merely a WR in a RB’s body last season or so?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      1) Haha, not surprised. Nothing wrong with getting a guy who knows the system well for your WR3 or 4.

      2) You’re not at all the only one. I’m actually worried Vereen is going to go higher then he should, truth be told. I think he’s more Sproles-lite, i.e. a flex rather than a clearcut RB2 because of the surroundings but I do have a lot of love for him at the right price.

  11. RickeysHotSauce says:
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    Good morning Sky – thank you for your writing, you do a great job.

    I did a Yahoo! 10 team public pro league – they pay out 90% now and I only have one league with pals so I wanted a little bit more action. Anyway, I muffed my draft up a bit (too many QBs, QB too early, not enough top flight WRs) but nothing that can’t be fixed using the waiver etc.

    Anyway here is my lineup:

    QB – Brady
    WR – Decker
    WR – Steve Smith
    WR – T.Y. Hilton
    RB – Lesean McCoy
    RB – Stevan Ridley
    TE – Jimmy Graham
    BN – Shane Vereen (RB)
    BN – Golden Tate (WR)
    BN – Andrew Luck (QB)
    BN – Andre Brown (RB)
    BN – Mike Vick (QB)
    BN – Jordan Cameron (TE)

    This team kind of blows for a ten team league but I think it’s decently “mold-able”.

    I just snagged Cameron off the wire in the past few days with the hype machine exploding and his solid preseason performance. Do you think I should drop Cameron (considering I have Graham locked in at TE1 and have such little depth at WR) for one of the following WRs:

    Malcom Floyd
    Justin Blackmon
    Brian Hartline
    Greg Little
    Mohamed Sanu
    Alshon Jeffrey
    Percy Harvin (I wouldn’t burn my #2 waiver on him, but would consider it if he clears waivers which might be doubtful)

    I know you are high on Hartline. I also know it is dumb to carry 3 QBs but I am hoping to sell high on someone early and move them for a WR – whoever it might be. I could trade Brady and settle on Luck as my QB or ideally Vick starts hot and I sell him high.

    Or do I just hold for now? I realize Hartline is higher on your rankings, but things change and I know revised ranks are coming…also, I think in my situation upside might take precedence over a steady-eddy considering this is a 10 team league. Thanks Sky.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Thanks for the kind words!

      Yeah, the team is moldable but like you said, move a QB for a WR. Brady/Luck are overkill. Love Vick’s upside but you don’t need it if you only start one a week. Could try combos with a guy who drafted a WR going in the first 2 rounds but it depends on their needs just as much as it does yours.

      In a 10 team league where Harvin isn’t even playing for another 11-13 weeks, you have no reason to sit on him. Hartline has zero upside but should be a solid WR3 this season so I ranked him there. Blackmon could be more. Since it’s a bench player you’re talking aobut, Blackmon would be my choice.

      Decent RB depth but would’ve liked to have seen another clearcut starting RB on your bench. In all, 10 teamer without a flex means a lot of talent will be on waivers every week. Just have to play matchups and you should be fine. Could also make trades hard to pull off.

  12. Giant Gigantes says:
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    Hey Sky, have Stafford/Vick with Colsten, Nicks, Garçon, Hilton at WR(start 2).
    Should I look to trade Staff and a WR for say Cam?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Sure. Has to be either Nicks or Garcon. They’re both health risks. I’d prefer to keep Pierre.

  13. brick says:
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    Hey Sky, really liking the preview articles this year. Been playing too much baseball and had to catch up on the football stuff before my drafts this week, haha.

    Quick question:

    I’m in a deeeep 12 team dynasty league 2 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 2 RB/WR, 1 TE, 1 RB/WR/TE, and full IDP defense (PPR).

    I get 3 offensive keepers at 0 cost to the draft, my candidates are:
    Cam Newton, Larry Fitzgerald, Demarco Murray, Alfred Morris, Matt Forte, Knowshon moreno

    With a 2 QB league I want to hold Cam, and then I think Fitz+Morris. Murray really burned me last year, and I’m worried about Forte’s injury risk too.

    What do you think?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Glad we could help and thanks for reading!

      Your three guys make sense to me. I’d do that.

      • brick says:
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        @Sky: Thanks!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          No prob!

  14. CL says:
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    Sky: What about a catch-all link / page for injury reports? You could color code for severity.

    I’m lazy… keep up the good work!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’m lazy too so…NOPE! Haha, sorry, wouldn’t have time to do it.

  15. btd says:
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    Good stuff Sky! Looking forward to the tiers as other commenters have mentioned.

    I think I’m becoming a Torrey apologist. Perhaps it’s my purple colored glasses… I get it that Torrey is a mid- to long-range specialist. And he’s not the prototypical possession WR that’ll fight for the ball. But who else is Flacco going to throw to other than Torrey? Rice out of the backfield, sure. Then what? Torrey will get his targets. He’ll have his ups-downs, but not quite “all or nothing” this year.

    • Sky

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      Sure, I could get behind that. I still think at best he’s Mike Wallace who has an even better setup, IMHO. And also don’t personally believe the extra targets help enough when you’re not catching 5-7 yard passes here and there. In all, I just see too many guys who could replicate his line that go much cheaper. Givens and Mike Williams being two prime examples.

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