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What’s going on everybody?! Recently, we held the Annual Razzball Writer’s League draft! Well the night was great and we all had lots of fun, but now it is time to recap the event, with each writer (or as many that would respond to my emails) giving his and her analysis on their team, and how the night went. All of the analysis is below, so happy reading! And after you read said analysis, make sure to join in on the fun, as there are some RCL Leagues still open!

BenK
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
RB Murray, DeMarco – TEN 1 11 11
RB Howard, Jordan – CHI 2 2 14
WR Jeffery, Alshon – PHI 3 11 35
QB Rodgers, Aaron – GB 4 2 38
WR Watkins, Sammy – LAR 5 11 59
WR Benjamin, Kelvin – CAR 6 2 62
RWT Marshall, Brandon – NYG 7 11 83
WR Garcon, Pierre – SF 8 2 86
RB Rodgers, Jacquizz – TB 9 11 107
RB Johnson Jr., Duke – CLE 10 2 110
WR Thielen, Adam – MIN 11 11 131
RB Forte, Matt – NYJ 12 2 134
TE Doyle, Jack – IND 13 11 155
RB Burkhead, Rex – NE 14 2 158
DB Cravens, Su’a – WAS 15 11 179
LB Brown, Zach – WAS 16 2 182
DL Donald, Aaron – LAR 17 11 203
TE Fleener, Coby – NO 18 2 206
WR Nelson, J.J. – ARI 19 11 227
RB Langford, Jeremy – CHI 20 2 230

I drafted most of my team from the passenger’s seat on my commute home.  It is quite an experience sweating the picks as your wife weaves in and out of traffic to get home in time while also stuffing my face with delicious chicken teriyaki! Anyways, I was randomly selected to draft from the 11th position and I started my draft by going RB heavy with DeMarco Murray and Jordan Howard with my first two picks. I was debating taking AJ Green at 11, but in a standard league I opted for the rushing floor of Murray and Howard. With my third selection, I opted for Alshon Jeffery because he will be a target monster for a young QB in Carson Wentz and when healthy is a touchdown monster also. I am normally very much against drafting a QB in the early rounds, but I was elated to find out that Aaron Rodgers dropped to me in the 4th round. I am perfectly comfortable setting and forgetting my QB position while Rodgers racks up elite yardage and touchdowns for my squad. In the end of the 5th round, I took a gamble with Sammy Watkins as my WR2 in a new offense in Los Angeles as an alpha receiver and paired him with a very much touchdown dependent Kelvin Benjamin in the 6th round. I doubled down once again on receivers in the 7th and 8th round with Brandon Marshall and my underrated WR pick of Pierre Garcon and I am pretty happy about those selections to round out my top5 receivers. I was debating going with Darren McFadden in the 8th round, but didn’t want to select a player that early that would really only be an asset for 6 weeks of the season. I am sort of regretting taking Rodgers so early with QB like Cousins, Winston, Luck and Wilson still on the board through 8 rounds. I then took 2 running backs that I am not super confident in with Duke Johnson because of his transition to slot receiver for the Browns and Jacquizz Rodgers because of his opportunity to contribute to the Buccaneers after Doug Martin serves his 4 game PED suspension. My options were limited and I wanted to make sure I had at least viable bodies in case of injury or bye week issues. I went with hyped receiver Adam Thielen and receiving back Matt Forte with my next two picks and regret not taking a TE when I saw Martellus Bennett go off the board.  I ended up settling for Jack Doyle later, but I am worried about his role with Andrew Luck sidelined. I then took a shot on the Patriots running back that is getting a ton of buzz in Rex Burkhead, but he could end up busting for my squad and being cut-bait mid-season. There was some sort of player refresh and it seemed to be an addition of DB, which included safeties, so I grabbed Sua’a Cravens from Washington as my top DB. I then later went after Washington linebacker Zach Brown and Rams’ holdout Aaron Donald to round out my first IDP draft. My draft went a little off the rails in the deeper rounds by chasing Doyle insurance with Coby Fleener, selecting a boom-or-bust WR in JJ Nelson and a tiny handcuff for Howard with Langford. This draft was so deep that there will be slim picking on the waiver wire, especially for QBs and RBs.  I’m looking forward to being competitive in this league this season! – BenK

Son
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
WR Jones, Julio – ATL 1 4 4
TE Gronkowski, Rob – NE 2 9 21
WR Pryor Sr., Terrelle – WAS 3 4 28
WR Diggs, Stefon – MIN 4 9 45
RWT Crabtree, Michael – OAK 5 4 52
RB Henry, Derrick – TEN 6 9 69
RB Gillislee, Mike – NE 7 4 76
RB Woodhead, Danny – BAL 8 9 93
RB Hunt, Kareem (R) – KC 9 4 100
WR Britt, Kenny – CLE 10 9 117
WR Ginn Jr., Ted – NO 11 4 124
RB Sproles, Darren – PHI 12 9 141
RB Henderson, De’Angelo (R) – DEN 13 4 148
RB Thompson, Chris – WAS 14 9 165
RB Lewis, Dion – NE 15 4 172
WR Brown, Jaron – ARI 16 9 189
QB Bradford, Sam – MIN 17 4 196
DL Cox, Fletcher – PHI 18 9 213
LB Davis, Jarrad (R) – DET 19 4 220
DB Davis, Sean – PIT 20 9 237

Very fun draft to participate in, as there were many different styles employed. As for my squad, I’m happy with how it turned out. Going into the draft, I knew that I was going to wait at QB and the defensive positions. Since we only need to start one of each, I didn’t feel like it was necessary to pay up for one. There would be plenty of more than viable options at the end. As for RB, I feel like DJ and Bell are head and shoulders above everyone else. If I didn’t land either, I would pass on the second tier and pound the tier below. I was dealt the #4 pick and used it on Julio. Since we start 3 receivers, I was pretty happy about that. In the second, I took Gronk. Coming into the draft, I was either going to pay up for Gronk or wait till the end. Looking at the WR landscape, I liked Michael Thomas and Pryor the best. Since I felt like I could get Pryor in the 3rd, I went ahead and took Gronk. When healthy, he’s a true difference maker. After Gronk, for the next 14 rounds, I basically just accumulated as many receivers and backs as I could. I wish I took a few more home run hitters at receiver though . For the backs, I’ve got maulers with a ton of PPR guys. Also mixed in some guys with huge upside if they can get the starting job. I’m very high on the Vikings offense, so I was happy to take Bradford in the 17th round and pair him with Diggs. I wanted Dalvin Cook but he went in the 2nd. Anyways, good luck to everyone! So freaking glad that football is finally back. – SON 

malamoney
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
RB Freeman, Devonta – ATL 1 10 10
WR Thomas, Michael – NO 2 3 15
WR *Edelman, Julian – NE 3 10 34
QB Brady, Tom – NE 4 3 39
RB *Ware, Spencer – KC 5 10 58
WR Fitzgerald, Larry – ARI 6 3 63
RWT Peterson, Adrian – NO 7 10 82
WR Wallace, Mike – BAL 8 3 87
RB Riddick, Theo – DET 9 10 106
TE Ertz, Zach – PHI 10 3 111
WR Anderson, Robby – NYJ 11 10 130
RB Hill, Jeremy – CIN 12 3 135
DL Vernon, Olivier – NYG 13 10 154
LB Collins Sr., Jamie – CLE 14 3 159
WR Kupp, Cooper (R) – LAR 15 10 178
QB Manning, Eli – NYG 16 3 183
DB Church, Barry – JAX 17 10 202
RB Murray, Latavius – MIN 18 3 207
WR Conley, Chris – KC 19 10 226
TE Fiedorowicz, C.J. – HOU 20 3 231

This draft took WAY too long. It was so long that Jenn was able to walk her dog, take a dump and heat up some lasagna in between her picks (chat log included below). Meanwhile I was busy trying to figure out who I should draft for my IDP spots. Until this draft I thought IDP stood for I Don’t Play in individual defensive player leagues. As it turns out, it stands for Immediate Disaster Plan, which I am going to need after this draft. Starting with the tenth pick absolutely stinks. I could have made that last sentence quite a bit more graphic, but it’s early and I’m tired and I’d rather not offend any of you this early in the season. I’ll wait until next week to let the four letter words fly. The way I see it, you really want to be one of the first five or six picks. After that, it’s more of a guessing game. I took Devonta Freeman. I’m nowhere near thrilled about the pick. I like Freeman, but he’s got Tevin Coleman stealing carries and is currently in the concussion program. I debated between Freeman and Jordan Howard, but decided to go Freeman, hoping Howard would still be there in five picks when it came back to me. He was not of course, as he was picked right before my next turn. So instead I took Michael Thomas. Since we need to start three wide receivers in a half-point PPR league, taking the highest ranked WR still on the board was probably the right move. With my third pick I went against the grain and snagged Julian Edelman. I still think he’s a strong player in PPR formats and will continue to be Brady’s safety net. Speaking of Brady, he ended up being my forth round pick. Given the players on the board I was considering Aaron Rodgers, but wasn’t sure I wanted to take a QB quite yet. Well Rodgers was selected right before my pick. This put the QB bug in my head and I pulled the trigger on Brady to compliment Edelman. After this it was all about just filling in my starting lineup. I was literally debating between Carlos Hyde, Spencer Ware and Allen Robinson. I’m not a big fan on Robinson after he did me raw last season, but I thought he’d be a good value in the fifth round. Well Robinson and Ware were taken with the two picks preceding mine. So I took Ware. If I’m being honest, I’m a bit “wary” of him. Since Robinson was gone I went with Larry Fitzgerald on the wrap. The only other pick I’d like to mention is Adrian Peterson in the seventh. The word on the street is that he looks pretty good, and in the seventh round I think he’s a value play. In case he’s a bust, I grabbed Latavius Murray in the 18th! Overall I’m not very excited about my team, but that most likely means I will win the league. Good luck everyone…  malamoney

Proof that the draft took too long…
Jenn’s Team: I’m not even lying…I had time to take my dog out for a walk and poop then come in and make lasagna for dinner before it was my turn to pick again.
Jenn’s Team: lol
malamoney: who pooped. you or the dog?
@MikeMaher: it’s a tag team situation
malamoney: it was unclear the way it was worded
Jenn’s Team: maybe both of us did…only she and I know for sure
*This blurb was written prior to Edelman and Ware going down with season ending injuries. Allow me to rephrase. I’m as fuct as Connor McGregor was in that tenth round!
Jenn’s Team
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
WR Green, A.J. – CIN 1 12 12
RB Ajayi, Jay – MIA 2 1 13
WR Hilton, T.Y. – IND 3 12 36
DL Bosa, Joey – LAC 4 1 37
RB Ingram, Mark – NO 5 12 60
TE Walker, Delanie – TEN 6 1 61
WR Maclin, Jeremy – BAL 7 12 84
QB Prescott, Dak – DAL 8 1 85
LB Smith, Telvin – JAX 9 12 108
CB Alford, Robert – ATL 10 1 109
RWT Conner, James (R) – PIT 11 12 132
RWT Bennett, Martellus – GB 12 1 133
RB Richard, Jalen – OAK 13 12 156
QB Carr, Derek – OAK 14 1 157
DB Burnett, Morgan – GB 15 12 180
LB Freeman, Jerrell – CHI 16 1 181
WR Boyd, Tyler – CIN 17 12 204
DL Jordan, Cameron – NO 18 1 205
RB Sims, Charles – TB 19 12 228
DB Bethea, Antoine – ARI 20 1 229
Having 12th pick again is starting to become a theme since it seems to happen in every league I’m in. That being said, as usual I got the opportunity to pick the worst of the worst since it was always last call and I was left with guys who tear ACL’s getting out of bed in the morning. All in all I think the draft went well for everyone else. Me?  I’m going to embrace my rag tag band of misfits and ride their obscurity off into the sunset like an old cowboy with one too many bucket wounds. – Jennifer Warner
Tehol
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
WR Beckham Jr., Odell – NYG 1 7 7
WR Bryant, Dez – DAL 2 6 18
RB Miller, Lamar – HOU 3 7 31
TE Graham, Jimmy – SEA 4 6 42
RWT Reed, Jordan – WAS 5 7 55
RB Kelley, Rob – WAS 6 6 66
RB West, Terrance – BAL 7 7 79
WR Davis, Corey (R) – TEN 8 6 90
WR Coleman, Corey – CLE 9 7 103
QB Newton, Cam – CAR 10 6 114
RB Mack, Marlon (R) – IND 11 7 127
WR Ross, John (R) – CIN 12 6 138
RB Williams, Joe (R) – SF 13 7 151
WR White, Kevin – CHI 14 6 162
DB Berry, Eric – KC 15 7 175
WR Williams, Mike (R) – LAC 16 6 186
RB Booker, Devontae – DEN 17 7 199
LB Quinn, Robert – LAR 18 6 210
QB Watson, Deshaun (R) – HOU 19 7 223
LB Jones, Chandler – ARI 20 6 234
Greetings! To dominate other great men, one must first study his opponent, mind-humping them like a horny Basset Hound, looking for chinks in their armor. What I discovered on this fascinating journey through anal probing was that I truly drafted the greatest all-around squad in our league. I started with two of the most dynamic receivers in the NFL in OBJ and Dez Bryant, both of whom I expect to have monster seasons. When it came time to select a third wideout, I wasn’t enamored with the value of any of the receivers on the board so I took Jordan Reed to pair with Jimmy Graham who I had already selected. Yes, the famed double tight offense! Your grandchildren will learn of it in books written by great scholars many decades from now. Now, we MUST start three receivers every week so I chose high upside young men, out of which I expect at LEAST one of them to breakout, and possibly more. Corey Coleman is probably the greatest breakout candidate among them, but I also swooped Washington alum, John Ross, top five overall pick, Corey Davis and former top pick, Kevin White. Barring injury, White is in for a monster year target-wise as Meredith just went down for the season with an injury. One could say the Elder Gods are looking out for me, eh? Running back is a bit hazy, but getting Lamar Miller in the third round this year is a steal as he has a good chance of being the guy we all thought he’d be last season. Rob Kelly looked very nice this past weekend and along with Terrance West, gives me two more sure thing starting running backs who should get the goal-line work. Marlon Mack of the Colts is one of my breakout candidates and I plan on him taking the job from Frank Gore sooner rather than later, or at least using his receiving skills to split time and be fantasy relevant right out of the gate. Finally, at QB, I swooped Cam Newton, CRIMINALLY LATE, I MIGHT ADD! Coming off his MVP this man was a borderline first rounder last year so I feel like people are really sleeping on the big dog in 2017. With the rookie pass catching additions and a healthier Kelvin Benjamin, I feel like there is no limit to what Newton can accomplish. Say one thing for Tehol Beddict, say that he is blessed by the Elder Gods and will probably go undefeated i this league. Witness. – Tehol Beddict
@MikeMaher
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
RB Bell, Le’Veon – PIT 1 2 2
WR Cooper, Amari – OAK 2 11 23
TE Kelce, Travis – KC 3 2 26
WR Landry, Jarvis – MIA 4 11 47
QB Brees, Drew – NO 5 2 50
RB Powell, Bilal – NYJ 6 11 71
WR Cobb, Randall – GB 7 2 74
RWT Meredith, Cameron – CHI 8 11 95
RWT Stewart, Jonathan – CAR 9 2 98
RB Perine, Samaje (R) – WAS 10 11 119
WR Matthews, Jordan – BUF 11 2 122
WR Stills, Kenny – MIA 12 11 143
LB Miller, Von – DEN 13 2 146
DB Jones, Reshad – MIA 14 11 167
DL Atkins, Geno – CIN 15 2 170
WR Smith, Torrey – PHI 16 11 191
QB Taylor, Tyrod – BUF 17 2 194
WR Sanu, Mohamed – ATL 18 11 215
RB Vereen, Shane – NYG 19 2 218
TE Engram, Evan (R) – NYG 20 11 239

I’m really happy with how this draft fell for me. I was picking out of the second spot and took Le’Veon Bell. I almost took Antonio Brown here instead but decided to lock up a top running back instead. I think I came away with a good amount of top talent at each position and supplemented with what I hope is some good depth. I really liked being able to get Travis Kelce at the top of the third round and then turning around and getting Jarvis Landry at the end of the fourth, since I was considering Landry in the third anyway. I took Drew Brees in the fifth, which is normally too early for me to take a QB, but I decided the value was right for me with Brady and Rodgers off the board a round earlier. One of my favorite buy lows this draft season has been Cameron Meredith, so his ACL injury really stung me in a few leagues. I have a lot of Meredith stock, and that is now already a wasted pick. Luckily, I stocked up on a bunch of wide receivers who have varying levels of upside late in Jordan Matthews, Kenny Stills, Torrey Smith, and Mohamed Sanu. And since Meredith was already my fourth receiver behind Amari Cooper, Jarvis Landry, and Randall Cobb, I think I will be OK there. As for the draft as a whole, I thought it was pretty interesting. I haven’t done many leagues with Individual Defensive Players outside of a league last year that had you draft an entire defensive squad of 11 starters, so it was interesting to see the different strategies. Obviously, Jay and Easy E went bold and took J.J. Watt and Khalil Mack in the third round, and Jen took Joey Bosa at the wheel in the fourth. Everyone else waited a while, and Jay actually took his second defensive player in the eighth round before anyone else took their first. I got all three of mine in a row in the 13th, 14th, and 15th rounds, but I will be interested to see all season just how significant those early defensive picks end up being. – Mike Maher

PhilOPS
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
RB Gordon, Melvin – LAC 1 8 8
RB Gurley, Todd – LAR 2 5 17
WR Thomas, Demaryius – DEN 3 8 32
RWT Fournette, Leonard (R) – JAX 4 5 41
WR Robinson, Allen – JAX 5 8 56
WR Sanders, Emmanuel – DEN 6 5 65
TE Eifert, Tyler – CIN 7 8 80
RB Blount, LeGarrette – PHI 8 5 89
RB McFadden, Darren – DAL 9 8 104
WR Matthews, Rishard – TEN 10 5 113
RB Prosise, C.J. – SEA 11 8 128
WR Brown, John – ARI 12 5 137
WR Gabriel, Taylor – ATL 13 8 152
QB Roethlisberger, Ben – PIT 14 5 161
QB Wentz, Carson – PHI 15 8 176
LB Burfict, Vontaze – CIN 16 5 185
TE Witten, Jason – DAL 17 8 200
DB Cyprien, Johnathan – TEN 18 5 209
DL Ingram, Melvin – LAC 19 8 224
RB McNichols, Jeremy (R) – TB 20 5 233

Really enjoyed the draft, was my first “real” one of the season. I had pick 8, which is not ideal. It was a hard choice between Jay Ajayi and Melvin Gordon as I like them both and went Gordon simply because Rivers > Cutler.  Looking back at the Running Back depth available later I’m thinking probably should’ve gone AJ Green and gotten that top tier WR; My second rounder was Todd Gurley; I debated taking Dez Bryant instead, and I immediately regretted it as RBs sat on board for a while.  In three I took my #1 WR in Demaryius Thomas. Next was a debate between Fournette and Crowell and went Fournette, hoping he works out about 3/4 as Elliott did last year. In Round 5 I was looking at Allen Robinson, Emmanuel Sanders, Sammy Watkins and Kelvin Benjamin. Went Robinson since he has the most talent, then took Sanders on the comeback. I realize I have two Broncos and two Jaguars,and their QBs are Seimen and Bortles. Crap.  Anyway, my favorite pick probably is Blount in round 8 or Big Ben in round 14. Don’t see how both don’t easily outplay their draft round. I had 8 QBs in my queue from about round 8 on, and it took until round 14 for that list to dwindle to 3, which is when I dove in. Surprised to see Zeke go in round 2, and two defenders in round three. When they went back to back I picked right after and was thinking (hoping?)  it would start a run but I wound up waiting on Defenders until the last 4 rounds. Drafted a bunch of RBs and WRs early since I wanted to have a lot of depth with 9 bench spots. Overall I’m pretty pleased with my team. – PhilOPS

MB
Pos Player Rnd Pk Ov
RB Johnson, David – ARI 1 1 1
RB McCaffrey, Christian (R) – CAR 2 12 24
WR Allen, Keenan – LAC 3 1 25
WR Bryant, Martavis – PIT 4 12 48
WR Tate, Golden – DET 5 1 49
RWT Snead, Willie – NO 6 12 72
QB Ryan, Matt – ATL 7 1 73
RB Gore, Frank – IND 8 12 96
TE Henry, Hunter – LAC 9 1 97
LB David, Lavonte – TB 10 12 120
WR Golladay, Kenny (R) – DET 11 1 121
DL Hunter, Danielle – MIN 12 12 144
RB Rawls, Thomas – SEA 13 1 145
DB Neal, Keanu – ATL 14 12 168
LB Brown, Jatavis – LAC 15 1 169
WR Austin, Tavon – LAR 16 12 192
RB Charles, Jamaal – DEN 17 1 193
TE Njoku, David (R) – CLE 18 12 216
DB Adams, Jamal (R) – NYJ 19 1 217
QB Cutler, Jay – MIA 20 12 240

I love my team. I made the mistake in the Industry Duds draft of waiting too long for a receiver so following David Johnson, I grabbed Keenan Allen. I wanted as much Christian McCaffrey stock as possible this season, so I made sure to grab him up as my RB2. Taking Martavis Bryant, Golden Tate, and Willie Snead in 3 straight rounds is something I’m really excited about. Matt Ryan was still around in the 7th round, and while I’m no very hot on him this season, I couldn’t resist #datvalue. I got my boy Kenny Golladay, of course, in the 10th round as well. I like my IDP picks to,  led by Lavonte David. – Matt Bowe

Here are the complete results of the draft…

Rd Pk Ov Pk Pos Player Team Fantasy Team
1 1 1 RB Johnson, David ARI MB
1 2 2 RB Bell, Le’Veon PIT @MikeMaher
1 3 3 WR Brown, Antonio PIT Barbershop Buzz
1 4 4 WR Jones, Julio ATL Son
1 5 5 RB McCoy, LeSean BUF Jay
1 6 6 WR Evans, Mike TB EasyE
1 7 7 WR Beckham Jr., Odell NYG Tehol
1 8 8 RB Gordon, Melvin LAC PhilOPS
1 9 9 WR Nelson, Jordy GB Smug Dolphins
1 10 10 RB Freeman, Devonta ATL malamoney
1 11 11 RB Murray, DeMarco TEN BenK
1 12 12 WR Green, A.J. CIN Jenn’s Team
2 1 13 RB Ajayi, Jay MIA Jenn’s Team
2 2 14 RB Howard, Jordan CHI BenK
2 3 15 WR Thomas, Michael NO malamoney
2 4 16 RB Elliott, Ezekiel DAL Smug Dolphins
2 5 17 RB Gurley, Todd LAR PhilOPS
2 6 18 WR Bryant, Dez DAL Tehol
2 7 19 RB Cook, Dalvin MIN EasyE
2 8 20 WR Cooks, Brandin NE Jay
2 9 21 TE Gronkowski, Rob NE Son
2 10 22 WR Baldwin, Doug SEA Barbershop Buzz
2 11 23 WR Cooper, Amari OAK @MikeMaher
2 12 24 RB McCaffrey, Christian CAR MB
3 1 25 WR Allen, Keenan LAC MB
3 2 26 TE Kelce, Travis KC @MikeMaher
3 3 27 WR Hopkins, DeAndre HOU Barbershop Buzz
3 4 28 WR Pryor Sr., Terrelle WAS Son
3 5 29 DL Watt, J.J. HOU Jay
3 6 30 DL Mack, Khalil OAK EasyE
3 7 31 RB Miller, Lamar HOU Tehol
3 8 32 WR Thomas, Demaryius DEN PhilOPS
3 9 33 RB Lynch, Marshawn OAK Smug Dolphins
3 10 34 WR Edelman, Julian NE malamoney
3 11 35 WR Jeffery, Alshon PHI BenK
3 12 36 WR Hilton, T.Y. IND Jenn’s Team
4 1 37 DL Bosa, Joey LAC Jenn’s Team
4 2 38 QB Rodgers, Aaron GB BenK
4 3 39 QB Brady, Tom NE malamoney
4 4 40 WR Hill, Tyreek KC Smug Dolphins
4 5 41 RB Fournette, Leonard JAX PhilOPS
4 6 42 TE Graham, Jimmy SEA Tehol
4 7 43 TE Olsen, Greg CAR EasyE
4 8 44 WR Adams, Davante GB Jay
4 9 45 WR Diggs, Stefon MIN Son
4 10 46 RB Crowell, Isaiah CLE Barbershop Buzz
4 11 47 WR Landry, Jarvis MIA @MikeMaher
4 12 48 WR Bryant, Martavis PIT MB
5 1 49 WR Tate, Golden DET MB
5 2 50 QB Brees, Drew NO @MikeMaher
5 3 51 RB Anderson, C.J. DEN Barbershop Buzz
5 4 52 WR Crabtree, Michael OAK Son
5 5 53 RB Montgomery, Ty GB Jay
5 6 54 RB Mixon, Joe CIN EasyE
5 7 55 TE Reed, Jordan WAS Tehol
5 8 56 WR Robinson, Allen JAX PhilOPS
5 9 57 RB Hyde, Carlos SF Smug Dolphins
5 10 58 RB Ware, Spencer KC malamoney
5 11 59 WR Watkins, Sammy LAR BenK
5 12 60 RB Ingram, Mark NO Jenn’s Team
6 1 61 TE Walker, Delanie TEN Jenn’s Team
6 2 62 WR Benjamin, Kelvin CAR BenK
6 3 63 WR Fitzgerald, Larry ARI malamoney
6 4 64 TE Rudolph, Kyle MIN Smug Dolphins
6 5 65 WR Sanders, Emmanuel DEN PhilOPS
6 6 66 RB Kelley, Rob WAS Tehol
6 7 67 RB Abdullah, Ameer DET EasyE
6 8 68 RB Coleman, Tevin ATL Jay
6 9 69 RB Henry, Derrick TEN Son
6 10 70 WR Crowder, Jamison WAS Barbershop Buzz
6 11 71 RB Powell, Bilal NYJ @MikeMaher
6 12 72 WR Snead, Willie NO MB
7 1 73 QB Ryan, Matt ATL MB
7 2 74 WR Cobb, Randall GB @MikeMaher
7 3 75 RB Perkins, Paul NYG Barbershop Buzz
7 4 76 RB Gillislee, Mike NE Son
7 5 77 RB Martin, Doug TB Jay
7 6 78 WR Parker, DeVante MIA EasyE
7 7 79 RB West, Terrance BAL Tehol
7 8 80 TE Eifert, Tyler CIN PhilOPS
7 9 81 QB Mariota, Marcus TEN Smug Dolphins
7 10 82 RB Peterson, Adrian NO malamoney
7 11 83 WR Marshall, Brandon NYG BenK
7 12 84 WR Maclin, Jeremy BAL Jenn’s Team
8 1 85 QB Prescott, Dak DAL Jenn’s Team
8 2 86 WR Garcon, Pierre SF BenK
8 3 87 WR Wallace, Mike BAL malamoney
8 4 88 WR Jackson, DeSean TB Smug Dolphins
8 5 89 RB Blount, LeGarrette PHI PhilOPS
8 6 90 WR Davis, Corey TEN Tehol
8 7 91 QB Winston, Jameis TB EasyE
8 8 92 LB Kuechly, Luke CAR Jay
8 9 93 RB Woodhead, Danny BAL Son
8 10 94 QB Wilson, Russell SEA Barbershop Buzz
8 11 95 WR Meredith, Cameron CHI @MikeMaher
8 12 96 RB Gore, Frank IND MB
9 1 97 TE Henry, Hunter LAC MB
9 2 98 RB Stewart, Jonathan CAR @MikeMaher
9 3 99 RB Lacy, Eddie SEA Barbershop Buzz
9 4 100 RB Hunt, Kareem KC Son
9 5 101 WR Decker, Eric TEN Jay
9 6 102 WR Jones Jr., Marvin DET EasyE
9 7 103 WR Coleman, Corey CLE Tehol
9 8 104 RB McFadden, Darren DAL PhilOPS
9 9 105 WR Jones, Zay BUF Smug Dolphins
9 10 106 RB Riddick, Theo DET malamoney
9 11 107 RB Rodgers, Jacquizz TB BenK
9 12 108 LB Smith, Telvin JAX Jenn’s Team
10 1 109 DB Alford, Robert ATL Jenn’s Team
10 2 110 RB Johnson Jr., Duke CLE BenK
10 3 111 TE Ertz, Zach PHI malamoney
10 4 112 LB Alexander, Kwon TB Smug Dolphins
10 5 113 WR Matthews, Rishard TEN PhilOPS
10 6 114 QB Newton, Cam CAR Tehol
10 7 115 WR Shepard, Sterling NYG EasyE
10 8 116 WR Williams, Tyrell LAC Jay
10 9 117 WR Britt, Kenny CLE Son
10 10 118 TE Ebron, Eric DET Barbershop Buzz
10 11 119 RB Perine, Samaje WAS @MikeMaher
10 12 120 LB David, Lavonte TB MB
11 1 121 WR Golladay, Kenny DET MB
11 2 122 WR Matthews, Jordan BUF @MikeMaher
11 3 123 LB Ogletree, Alec LAR Barbershop Buzz
11 4 124 WR Ginn Jr., Ted NO Son
11 5 125 QB Rivers, Philip LAC Jay
11 6 126 WR Doctson, Josh WAS EasyE
11 7 127 RB Mack, Marlon IND Tehol
11 8 128 RB Prosise, C.J. SEA PhilOPS
11 9 129 RB White, James NE Smug Dolphins
11 10 130 WR Anderson, Robby NYJ malamoney
11 11 131 WR Thielen, Adam MIN BenK
11 12 132 RB Conner, James PIT Jenn’s Team
12 1 133 TE Bennett, Martellus GB Jenn’s Team
12 2 134 RB Forte, Matt NYJ BenK
12 3 135 RB Hill, Jeremy CIN malamoney
12 4 136 RB Williams, Jonathan BUF Smug Dolphins
12 5 137 WR Brown, John ARI PhilOPS
12 6 138 WR Ross, John CIN Tehol
12 7 139 LB Wagner, Bobby SEA EasyE
12 8 140 RB Williams, Jamaal GB Jay
12 9 141 RB Sproles, Darren PHI Son
12 10 142 DL Pierre-Paul, Jason NYG Barbershop Buzz
12 11 143 WR Stills, Kenny MIA @MikeMaher
12 12 144 DL Hunter, Danielle MIN MB
13 1 145 RB Rawls, Thomas SEA MB
13 2 146 LB Miller, Von DEN @MikeMaher
13 3 147 WR Moncrief, Donte IND Barbershop Buzz
13 4 148 RB Henderson, De’Angelo DEN Son
13 5 149 TE Hooper, Austin ATL Jay
13 6 150 RB Kamara, Alvin NO EasyE
13 7 151 RB Williams, Joe SF Tehol
13 8 152 WR Gabriel, Taylor ATL PhilOPS
13 9 153 WR Beasley, Cole DAL Smug Dolphins
13 10 154 DL Vernon, Olivier NYG malamoney
13 11 155 TE Doyle, Jack IND BenK
13 12 156 RB Richard, Jalen OAK Jenn’s Team
14 1 157 QB Carr, Derek OAK Jenn’s Team
14 2 158 RB Burkhead, Rex NE BenK
14 3 159 LB Collins Sr., Jamie CLE malamoney
14 4 160 DB Peters, Marcus KC Smug Dolphins
14 5 161 QB Roethlisberger, Ben PIT PhilOPS
14 6 162 WR White, Kevin CHI Tehol
14 7 163 RB Foreman, D’Onta HOU EasyE
14 8 164 WR Lockett, Tyler SEA Jay
14 9 165 RB Thompson, Chris WAS Son
14 10 166 WR Thomas, Justin PIT Barbershop Buzz
14 11 167 DB Jones, Reshad MIA @MikeMaher
14 12 168 DB Neal, Keanu ATL MB
15 1 169 LB Brown, Jatavis LAC MB
15 2 170 DL Atkins, Geno CIN @MikeMaher
15 3 171 QB Cousins, Kirk WAS Barbershop Buzz
15 4 172 RB Lewis, Dion NE Son
15 5 173 QB Luck, Andrew IND Jay
15 6 174 WR Richardson, Paul SEA EasyE
15 7 175 DB Berry, Eric KC Tehol
15 8 176 QB Wentz, Carson PHI PhilOPS
15 9 177 DB Collins, Landon NYG Smug Dolphins
15 10 178 WR Kupp, Cooper LAR malamoney
15 11 179 DB Cravens, Su’a WAS BenK
15 12 180 DB Burnett, Morgan GB Jenn’s Team
16 1 181 LB Freeman, Jerrell CHI Jenn’s Team
16 2 182 LB Brown, Zach WAS BenK
16 3 183 QB Manning, Eli NYG malamoney
16 4 184 DL Hughes, Jerry BUF Smug Dolphins
16 5 185 LB Burfict, Vontaze CIN PhilOPS
16 6 186 WR Williams, Mike LAC Tehol
16 7 187 RB Bernard, Giovani CIN EasyE
16 8 188 WR Hurns, Allen JAX Jay
16 9 189 WR Brown, Jaron ARI Son
16 10 190 QB Stafford, Matthew DET Barbershop Buzz
16 11 191 WR Smith, Torrey PHI @MikeMaher
16 12 192 WR Austin, Tavon LAR MB
17 1 193 RB Charles, Jamaal DEN MB
17 2 194 QB Taylor, Tyrod BUF @MikeMaher
17 3 195 TE Howard, O.J. TB Barbershop Buzz
17 4 196 QB Bradford, Sam MIN Son
17 5 197 RB Gallman, Wayne NYG Jay
17 6 198 QB Dalton, Andy CIN EasyE
17 7 199 RB Booker, Devontae DEN Tehol
17 8 200 TE Witten, Jason DAL PhilOPS
17 9 201 WR Fuller V, Will HOU Smug Dolphins
17 10 202 DB Church, Barry JAX malamoney
17 11 203 DL Donald, Aaron LAR BenK
17 12 204 WR Boyd, Tyler CIN Jenn’s Team
18 1 205 DL Jordan, Cameron NO Jenn’s Team
18 2 206 TE Fleener, Coby NO BenK
18 3 207 RB Murray, Latavius MIN malamoney
18 4 208 TE Brate, Cameron TB Smug Dolphins
18 5 209 DB Cyprien, Johnathan TEN PhilOPS
18 6 210 LB Quinn, Robert LAR Tehol
18 7 211 DB Mathieu, Tyrann ARI EasyE
18 8 212 RB Smallwood, Wendell PHI Jay
18 9 213 DL Cox, Fletcher PHI Son
18 10 214 QB Palmer, Carson ARI Barbershop Buzz
18 11 215 WR Sanu, Mohamed ATL @MikeMaher
18 12 216 TE Njoku, David CLE MB
19 1 217 DB Adams, Jamal NYJ MB
19 2 218 RB Vereen, Shane NYG @MikeMaher
19 3 219 RB Yeldon, T.J. JAX Barbershop Buzz
19 4 220 LB Davis, Jarrad DET Son
19 5 221 WR Stewart, ArDarius NYJ Jay
19 6 222 TE Seferian-Jenkins, Austin NYJ EasyE
19 7 223 QB Watson, Deshaun HOU Tehol
19 8 224 DL Ingram, Melvin LAC PhilOPS
19 9 225 RB Washington, DeAndre OAK Smug Dolphins
19 10 226 WR Conley, Chris KC malamoney
19 11 227 WR Nelson, J.J. ARI BenK
19 12 228 RB Sims, Charles TB Jenn’s Team
20 1 229 DB Bethea, Antoine ARI Jenn’s Team
20 2 230 RB Langford, Jeremy CHI BenK
20 3 231 TE Fiedorowicz, C.J. HOU malamoney
20 4 232 RB Darkwa, Orleans NYG Smug Dolphins
20 5 233 RB McNichols, Jeremy TB PhilOPS
20 6 234 LB Jones, Chandler ARI Tehol
20 7 235 RB Cohen, Tarik CHI EasyE
20 8 236 DB Ward, T.J. DEN Jay
20 9 237 DB Davis, Sean PIT Son
20 10 238 RB Juszczyk, Kyle SF Barbershop Buzz
20 11 239 TE Engram, Evan NYG @MikeMaher
20 12 240 QB Cutler, Jay MIA MB

 

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  1. Gilb says:
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    PPR League. I have two trades on the table:

    My DeAndre Hopkins and Demarco Murray for his Jordy Nelson and Mark Ingram
    or
    My Deandre Hopkins and Demarco Murray for his Julio Jones, Lamar Miller, and QB (Mariota)

    Current team:
    QB: Dak Prescott and Philip Rivers
    WR: AJ Green, Doug Baldwin, Deandre Hopkins, Julian Edelman (RIP), Garcon, Decker,
    RB: Demarco Murray, Fournette, Crowell, Lacy, Terrance West, Forte, Jamaal Williams

    • Zach

      Zach says:
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      @Gilb: I would definitely pull the trigger on Hopkins and Murray from Jones, Miller and Wilson

  2. Gilb says:
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    Could also get Russell Wilson instead of Mariota ^ he has both and doesn’t seem to care which he sends off.

    Thanks –

  3. mgatt21 says:
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    Hey man,

    I got offered MELVIN GORDON and DENARD HOPKINS FOR JULIO, PPR, 2 keeper league.

    What do you think?

    • Zach

      Zach says:
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      @mgatt21: Unless you have elite #1 RB’s, I’d pull it

  4. Dom says:
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    Would u trade Darren McFadden for Joe Mixon?

    • Zach

      Zach says:
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      @Dom: To get Mixon? Yes! To get McFadden? No!

  5. Blind umps have rights too (seriously their union is that strong) says:
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    THIS is the kind of league where you can draft AAron donald, as how bad can it be to get stuck with the 13th or so DL guy? not that bad.

  6. Blind umps have rights too (seriously their union is that strong) says:
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    good god, when i first saw that malamoney team i figured he got autopicked, as i’ve seen people with ware/meredith even last weekend, edelman/ware worth the same. man, gotta only do drafts after preseason games are done.

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