Back by popular demand I bring you the first two rounds factor.  And by ‘popular’ I mean ‘I’ve never typed this before’ and by ‘demand’ I mean ‘two people commented about how to handle the first two rounds on my Preseason-palooza post from awhile back and how it could dictate the rest of your draft and here’s me humbling obliging’.  See how much less text you have to deal with when I say ‘popular demand’?  You’re welcome.  The reality is how you spend your first two picks has a domino effect on the rest of your draft.  It makes guys who were sleepers or steals worthless pickups or dire needs depending on how you start this silly little game of ours.  So to try and put out as many articles as possible assist you in your drafting journey, I’m here to give you the lowdown on how to handle the rounds beyond depending on what you did for the first two.  So here’s my draft strategy for said sitch for 2013 Fantasy Football…but wait, there’s more!  Ok, not really.  Just me kindly reminding you that we have this whole Razzball Commenter Leagues thing going on.  Nothing big, really, just a way for you to winner a killer Razzball jump suit and to show everyone on Razzball how awesometastic you are.  No bigs.  Oh you’re interested?  Well then go click the link and get started!  And now on with the post…

If you start RB/RB – I applaud you sir/ma’am.  Truly, this is what you want.  Or at least what I want and I want you to want, as I’m wont to do.  In a typical league, you’ve taken care of two of the hardest positions to fill in a given draft – RB1 and RB2 – and you’ve done it right off the bat.  Worried you missed a big name wide receiver?  Well don’t.  Remember Dez Bryant wasn’t a top 5 WR prior to this season.  Nor was AJ Green for that matter.  You’ll just have to ‘make do’ with a lower end wide out.  I see names like Victor Cruz, Roddy White, Randall Cobb, Andre Johnson…wow, I could type names all day here.  Those guys and more are all available at the 26th pick on in yahoo leagues.  In reality, I start RB/RB, I do want to take a wide out in the following round unless for some reason another big RB name falls to me that I just can’t pass up.  But in reality, I’m expecting to draft two wideouts and a running back in the next 5 rounds in this circumstance depending on the value of what’s presented.  At QB, this is probably putting me in line with Romo or maybe Luck which wouldn’t bother me a bit.  You’ll notice I didn’t mention TE.  Once Pitta went down, I stopped seeing extreme value in taking a TE in the first 10 rounds of a standard league with all the late picks available as guys like Vernon zoom up the charts.  Only guy I’d take a chance on at this point given his ADP is Gronk (69 of this typing) but it’s hard to gauge where he’s really going to go in drafts.  In all, this start sets you up best for the draft this year, IMHO.

If you start RB/WR – I don’t hate you, I swear!  I’ve seen Megatron slide too often in the first round.  I ranked him 4th this year and that wasn’t me blowing smoke.  He finished 5th in PPR leagues amongst skill players in fantasy points.  You’re not doing yourself any harm taking him in the first round and you’re not killing yourself taking a receiver from the tier right behind him in the second round but it does create draft approach changes.  Firstly, I think it makes taking an RB in round 3 pretty darn important.  Guys like Lamar Miller, Frank Gore and Reggie Bush are all available here based on ADP but I’m gonna have a moment of honesty with you: I’m the one that farted on your pillow last night and gave you pink eye.  Oops, wrong moment of honesty!  What I was trying to say is I’m the jerk that takes those guys before you get to them cuz I collect RBs like a hoarder collects cardboard boxes filled with Rainbow Bright dolls.  They were like 2 bucks a pop at a garage sale.  Collector’s item!  Don’t judge me.  All I’m trying to say is ADP looks fine and dandy until people start drafting how they want to.  We ain’t robots and we know what our team needs are.  In the end, I’m not trying to scare you off from this strategy as I do think it’s the second best option.  Basically, I still want to leave round 6 with 3 RBs so it puts a crunch on you to solidify your WR2 or your first QB – prefer the WR2 in here – and puts you almost in ‘must draft Romo’ mode unless you want to stream your QB position or draft major upside plays late but that – taking up so many bench spots with QBs – hurts in other ways.  Again, TE is after the 10th – minus a Gronk discount – in this scenario and by the 10th round you can still nab a 4th RB to make me happy because that’s what it’s all about, really.

If you start WR/WR – You’re slightly nuts and I think you did it to spite me.  No, it’s a contrarian take and I appreciate it for that factor.  You’re like trying to be a hipster or something.  I go WR/WR in my drafts…nevermind, you wouldn’t understand.  To be honest, I get the sentiment.  The position has less physical issues associated with it – unless you’re Hakeem Nicks of course – and could net you two top end receivers for the year, relegating your WR3 as borderline moot.  That’s pretty darn impressive.  What’s not so impressive?  Your RB1.  His name is Frank Gore.  Are you excited about this?  In the end, I wouldn’t say it’s a bad strategy at all.  It simply puts pressure on you to draft RBs the rest of the way pretty aggressively and maybe some that you’re not as high on as you would have if you drafted one in the 1st or 2nd round.  I’d say you can all but forget the Gronk discount on this path.  You’ll be too busy making sure you’ve solidified your RBs and your QB to take notice.  Again, not a bad plan but not one I’d employ.  Your first attempt at a WR3 shouldn’t come before the 8th round with this strategy and preferably not before the 10th which gives you room for a shot at Daryl Richardson if he keeps creeping around those parts of the draft.

If you start RB/TE – Ehhhh, basically you just drafted Jimmy Graham in the second round.  Ok, fine, you don’t like anything I have to say.  I don’t hate Graham but I’m not drafting him this year so this sitch you’ve stuck me in kinda chaps my ass.  Ok, not really, it’s viable to an extent but here’s my issue with it.  Graham didn’t even outscore his teammate Colston last year for various reasons and one of the biggest was this: dude plays at a very physical position.  The evolution of the Tight End into becoming a productive position still puts it third in line in my book in terms of drafting because of that.  People want to draft Graham like he’s a WR because of the numbers but as last year with both him and Gronk shows, it doesn’t work that way.  But that’s my little diatribe and nothing to do with strategy.  This is where you are and now you need to know how to approach the  next step.  Your next round should be filled by – and this will surprise you – a WR.  If you read my Wide Receiver Draft Strategy piece earlier this summer, you know well I’m not hip on drafting a bunch of WR2s or lower.  So here I’m taking a wide receiver in the third.  I mentioned what you could get here in the RB/RB scenario so I won’t repeat it.  This puts you in line to battle for RB2 scraps and really leaning on ADP to hold so you can get them.  You can’t reasonably aim for 3 RBs in the first 6 rounds with this scenario.  I mean, you can try but it gets a bit hairy because you still want to draft a WR2 in here somewhere as well.  In theory, you can take the Romo path here but that Graham pick really mucks up any flexibility you could have.  Chances are, you end round 6 with Graham, a QB and 2 RBs and WRs.  Not ideal in my mind.  Hopefully Chris Ivory keeps floating under the radar for that to be deemed reasonable.

So that’s the best directions I can give you.  I didn’t do a QB/Skill position because it’s very unlikely a scenario you should see this year.  QBs are going too late to figure for it and as I’ve already showed from my RB/TE start, it’s a rocky road that only gets rockier, Sloth, and not one you really wanna nor need to trudge down.  And with having cleared 1500 words on this subject I’m spent.  Good night everybody!

  1. TarmanGotHim says:
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    Sky,

    I planned 3-4 teams this year, and now I have my 6th draft tomorrow, so yeah, 6 teams.

    Anyhow, for the most part I went RB/RB half and RB/WR/RB half

    As the draft progresses, it all depends where people go, but I am drafting a least 3 RB by round 6.

    I know you and most like RB/RB, but if I get something like Rice, Green, Julio, Gore, is it all that bad? Haha, I just don’t see how if the scenario is right or you know what you’re doing how RB/WR can’t be just as good as RB/RB depending on WHICH RB you take.

    Thanks!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @TarmanGotHim: Yup, that’s what I said in the article. RB/WR is viable.

  2. Di Ro says:
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    I just did a 12 team draft, picked 10th, non PPR. What do you think?

    I went WR/RB because the top RBs I wanted all came off the board, Megatron was hard to pass up at 10 and then I picked up Forte with my next pick.

    Ryan
    Forte, Sproles, Vereen, D Richardson, Hillman, J Rodgers, Woodhead
    C. Johnson, V Jackson, TY Hilton, E Sanders, D Hopkins
    Sudfeld
    Packers
    Vinatieri

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Di Ro: Yup, that’s a huge discount for Megatron. Good you took it. The only issue I have is you took a lot of PPR guys in a non-PPR league. Sproles/Vereen are Flex plays in standard. Woodhead/Rodgers probably won’t bring as much value as they would in a PPR either. That said, if D-Rich hits it big, you should be in a very good place. Your WR3 has a lot of upside between Hilton/Sanders/Hopkins. You just need one to take off and you’re golden.

      Overall, not a bad team just needs some of those RBs to take off for you.

      • Di Ro says:
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        @Sky: what if I traded Hilton and Richardson for Miller and Givens? This guys drafted 4 RB in a row to start off the draft and is looking for a good WR, I think Miller would really help out my RB situation.

        Thoughts?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          D-Rich is not one of your PPR-heavy guys…that doesn’t help you given what we’re talking about.

          • Di Ro says:
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            @Sky: ok, we’ll I really like Vereen this year. Would you trade Sproles or Vereen? I would obviously ask for more in that original trade proposal.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              I getcha but he’s not going to be as thrilling in standard in my opinion. He’s the 3rd down back, don’t know if he’s going to be as consistent as you think he’ll be. I’d trade either, depends on what the other guy wants in return. Vereen is Sproles-lite in my book.

              • Di Ro says:
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                @Sky: ok thanks, I was offering him V Jackson and Sproles for CJ2K and C Givens.

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  That’s a reasonable trade if you believe in Givens (and I do). I like CJ2K this year as well.

  3. Adam says:
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    Rg3 in 5th or romo in 8th??

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Adam: The later the better. Romo.

  4. wtp says:
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    12 tm ppr (RCL actually) started like this for me out of the 7 spot:
    Calvin
    AJ Green
    Sproles

    I’ll eat that candy all day.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @wtp: Nice

  5. Barker says:
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    First draft of the season last night — 10 team 1/2 ppr qb wr wr wr rb rb te qb/flex k def
    6th pick

    Qb RGIII (3) wr colston (4) wr amendola (6) wr wallace (7) rb lynch (1) rb charles (2) te finley (9) k zuerlein 15
    Def empty bench MJD (5) jennings (10) roethlisberger (11) randle (12) dwyer (13) broyles (14)

    I think i did a good job here with qb depth for a 2 qb league and getting charles and MJD late should prove beneficial — TE and WR could be a problem — of the three flyers randle dwyer broyles who to drop for a def i have my eye on NE TB and IND — should i also drop one of these guys for fred davis

    What do you think of the team it got rated a D on yahoo but i think its good and i can win with this

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Barker: Which Randle is it?

      I’m not a Finley guy; at that point in the draft, I would’ve just waited and taken another TE with upside after the 10th and taken another WR there. Surprised MJD slid that far down. Would prefer one more starting RB given the flex but since you can have QB there, it’s hard to argue. I like your team overall, minus the TE position. You don’t really have room/need to pick up Davis. It’s better to see what you have out of the bench you picked up minus dropping for a DEF.

      • Barker says:
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        @Sky: its ruben randle — i guess i drop dwyer for NE
        Thank you sky

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          @Barker: Yeah, just don’t do it until he plays; see how the Steelers treat him or if he gets the job. Then you’ll have to choose between Broyles or Randle at that point. I’d lean Broyles right now.

  6. Robert says:
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    Thanks for the follow up article.

  7. Eddie says:
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    Should I drop Kendall Hunter for Joique Bell? I’m a Reggie Bush owner.

    • Rob says:
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      @Eddie:
      So I decided to be really contrarian in my commentator league. It was the theory to zig where everybody else zags. I was also sick and tired of losing because my RB gets an ACL injury or something like that which has been a recent theme of mine.

      My draft was WR/WR/QB/RB/RB/RB/RB/WR/TE/WR/TE/WR/DEF/QB/DEF/K

      1. (4) Calvin Johnson WR
      2. (21) Julio Jones WR
      3. (28) Drew Brees QB
      4. (45) DeMarco Murray RB
      5. (52) Darren McFadden RB
      6. (69) Daryl Richardson RB
      7. (76) Rashard Mendenhall RB
      8. (93) Lance Moore WR
      9. (100) Owen Daniels TE
      10. (117) Malcom Floyd WR
      11. (124) Fred Davis TE
      12. (141) Andre Roberts WR
      13. (148) Chicago DEF
      14. (165) Carson Palmer QB
      15. (172) New England DEF
      16. (189) Steven Hauschka K

      Funny that Yahoo gave me an A+ drasft rating. Probably a dumb idea but we will see where this goes. I like to experiment sometimes.

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        @Rob: sorry..put above in wrong place..me bad

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Eddie: Sounds reasonable

    • goodfold2 says:
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      @Eddie: probably should even if you weren’t if it’s a PPR.

  8. Black & White says:
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    When would you take Gronk at what would be considered a decent enough discount? I’m in a 10 teamer draft tonight and picking 8th, right before a huge Patriots fan. I feel like Gronk at the beginning of the 4th should be deep enough and that he will have enough of an impact when he arrives (whether it’s week 2 or week 7) to justify the pick. And that’s me quoting a hunch!

    • Sky

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      @Black & White: I got him in the 6th of a 10 teamer if that gives you any indication. You should be able to wait until round 5. Four might be pushing it given the talent at WR and RB that’s still available.

  9. Natural Born Champs says:
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    Last night i drafted Martin-Graham-MJD in my 12 team h2h ppr league. Do you h8 me now?

      • Natural Born Champs says:
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        @Sky:
        P.Garcon
        J.Nelson
        S.Johnson
        also got Shorts, Hartline and D.Hopkins

  10. Curious D says:
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    Question for my draft tonight – 14 team ; 0.5 PPR – start 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 flex (with 1 QB, 1TE, 1PK, 1D).

    I have kept QB Wilson, RB Mendenhall, RB Vereen and pick 12 (of 14).

    Debating for my first two picks : Bush, CJ2K, Gore, Bryant, Julio, Fitz, Green, Marshall – please rank.
    Thinking about going WR, WR and trying to get a RB later.
    But my RB aren’t strong to start with so not sure if I can afford it.

    Any opinions are welcome – thanks in advance.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Curious D: For a 14 team, you don’t want Mendenhall and Vereen as your two starting RBs. You can try either RB/WR (Dez/Bush perhaps) or RB/RB (Gore/Bush) but I wouldn’t go WR/WR

  11. Mr Popper says:
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    So my 16 team league decided to give this a try:

    QB
    RB
    WR
    RB/WR
    RB/WR
    WR/TE
    DST
    K

    What the hell should I do about all those flex positions? I pledge a mojito if you help me out! I pick 11/16, snake draft, NOT a PPR league (I know, I know…)

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Mr Popper: Draft RBs heavily. You only have to start 1 WR a week in that format; unless you see the draft going RB heavy and leaving you chasing low end RB2/flex guys, leaving WR value out there. Zig if they zag.

      • The Randy Johnson says:
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        @Sky:

        Thoughts?

        QB – RG3
        RB – Ivory
        WR – Megatron
        WR/RB – Demaryius Thomas
        WR/RB – L. Bell
        WR/TE – Gronk (Cook/Hartline in Meantime)
        DST – Seattle
        K – I don’t remember

        BN – Hartline/Cook
        BN – J Franklin
        BN – Kerley
        BN – I forget

        Only RB’s were taken until I picked at 11. Then between there and my 2nd rounder, it was all RB’s again except Rodgers. I ended up going Megatron/D Thomas 1-2, couldn’t pass it up.

        • Sky

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          As much as I like DT and Megatron, one or the other should’ve been an RB pick, IMHO (probably DT). Le’Veon is going on the PUP list so you’re gonna fill that roster spot with Kerley or Hartline. I’m worried this team is going to struggle out of the gates without RB depth since most everyone else will have 3 RBs in their lineup and you’re going to pit them with guys who are WR3s and 4s. You’re gonna need some luck until Bell comes back to stay competitive or some huge weeks from your stars.

  12. Jeff says:
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    I think the strategy depends on where you are picking in the first round. I recently did a draft where I was 2nd. So naturally I got martin, but then like 15 rb all came off of the board and I had to go WR/WR with my next 2 picks. If the choice comes between Gore & Julio Jones, I go the dominant WR (by the way my next 2 choices were AJ Green & Julio Jones). After about the top 15 RB, they are all the same at that point. I ended up with Bradshaw/Richardson as my 6th & 7th round picks so you can definitely not have to pick 2 RB’s in the first 4 rounds.

    • Sky

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      @Jeff: I think that also depends who you’re drafting with. The latest a starting RB has gone in any of my drafts is the 5th. I got DeAngelo in the 6th of the Writers League but I’m not sure how aware people were of that scenario. I haven’t had a draft that allowed for those discounts at the RB position.

  13. the imp says:
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    I agree that if you anticipate any sort of run at RB you will be happier going RB/RB. I decided to put my top 10 RBs in front of every receiver except Megatron, and I think I was pretty happy with that. It meant that I passed on AJ Green for Forte, for example, which may not work out if Chicago’s O doesn’t blossom fully, but it did let me survive a wicked RB run with nice WR/WR options for R3 and 4. I think the top 13 PPR RBs are every bit worth a first or second round pick and you just have to tier them out in three groups: the ones you take before Megatron, the ones you like between Megatron and the second group of WRs, and the ones you’d take before the third tier of wideouts.

    Sky, why do you list Brees and Rodgers so high in your overall rankings? I think you’d convey your theory better if you dropped them behind the RBs and WRs you’d take before them.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @the imp: I convey my theory in my Top 20 for fantasy football. I’m highlighting their value and specifically state to take advantage of the discount. I did that with a lot of the QBs. Besides, Yahoo has them in the 2nd/3rd round. People are still taking them in the 4th and beyond.

  14. exactly says:
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    Hey Sky,

    In my 12-team, 2 WR, 2RB, 1 Flex, I ended up with this:

    QB: T.Romo
    WR: B. Marshall
    WR: P. Garcon
    RB: D. Martin
    RB: MJD
    Flex: D. Richardson
    TE: no one
    B: J. Jones
    B: M. Ingram
    B: K. Moreno
    B: C. Givens
    B: A. Jeffery
    B: J. Bell
    B: A. Roberts

    So i’ll need to grab a TE – everyone was grabbing TEs and I ddin’t like any value, so all I have to choose from on waivers are Celek, Marcedes Lewis, Dwayne Allen, Eifert, Julius Thomas, Dallas Clark..

    Who would you pick and who on my bench would you cut? Or should I try to trade one of my bench guys for someone like Cameron or Sudfeld?

    Thanks!

    • exactly says:
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      @exactly: fyi, .25/reception, 6 pt TD, everything else pretty standard.

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        @exactly: IDK what the other owner would want. I’d like Sudfeld/Cameron over those TEs or you can drop Bell for Allen.

  15. Fungazi says:
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    Drafted PPR last night, WR TD’s & RB TD’s both work 6, what do you think?

    QB – Wilson
    WR – Marshall, Amendola
    RB – MJD, Lamar Miller
    TE – Cook
    FLEX – Richardson, Stevie Johnson
    DEF – TB (@NYJ)

    Bench – Le’Veon Bell, Emmanuel Sanders, Christine Michael, Knile Davis, Edelman

    Basically will have 2 more bench spots with Bell goes IR and will drop Edelman since I took him last round because I didn’t have anyone else that I wanted. Should I just grab a couple more RB lottery tickets? LaMichael James, Stepfan Taylor out there. Or could handcuff my rookie backs.

    • Fungazi says:
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      @Fungazi: Also – I had 12th pick (Puke)

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        @Fungazi: Pick up Taylor for upside.

        Like your team overall. Will look really good if Bell comes back healthy and a part of that Pitt offense. Probably wouldn’t have chased the handcuff RBs, though. Would’ve used that time to pick up more WR upside

  16. Frank White says:
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    So in my draft tonight, 12 team ppr, How late can I go without grabbing a QB?? Sometimes I don’t know if your taling about 10 or 12 team when you mention it

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Frank White: I ranked the QBs. Romo is the 12th QB and I’ve talked about him a lot as being the last ‘secure’ QB to take so doesn’t really matter if it’s 10 or 12. He’s the last ‘QB1’ that I’d mark on my sheet and the lowest you can go with that strategy. After that, aim for upside if all those guys are gone (shouldn’t be likely).

    • Fungazi says:
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      @Frank White: @Sky: Don’t know if this helps but in my draft of similar format, I took Wilson as the 11th QB as first pick in the 6th round. Romo was there until the last team without a QB took him in the 9th. Back-up QBs started going in the 10th round.

      • Frank White says:
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        Yeah when I look at top 200 I see Russell Wilson In like The 8th 9th round and even after him Dalton was there.

        • Fungazi says:
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          @Frank White: Yup, since I was the 11th team and the other guy was waiting too I probably could have waited until the 9th round. Too hard to tell since I was doing B2B picks at the end of the rounds, I wouldn’t get another player until the end of the 7th.

  17. Frank White says:
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    And reading your top RB’s.. I’m number 5. You would want me to grab Richardson before Foster, Rice and Spiller?? I can’t do that. I had Trent last year and he was good but the browns?? I love Spiller n Lynch if I could.. What You think?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Frank White: Don’t know what you’re expecting me to say telling me you disagree with my rankings and should you do something different. Go for it.

  18. MF DOOM says:
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    Hello sir, keep up the great work.

    12 Team, 1 PPR, H2H League – here’s my team, below is an offer I got late last night.

    QB – Cam Newton
    RB – LeSean McCoy
    RB – Reggie Bush
    WR – Julio Jones
    WR – DeSean Jackson
    WR – Hakeem Nicks
    TE – Brandon Pettigrew
    D/ST – 49ers
    K – Matt Prater

    BE – Michael Vick
    BE – Bryce Brown
    BE – BJGE
    BE – Shonn Greene
    BE – Santonio Holmes
    BE – Santana Moss
    BE – Keenan Allen

    I give: Julio Jones, Giovanni Bernard, and 49ers D/ST
    I get: Marshawn Lynch, Tony Gonzalez, Packers D/ST

    I have LeSean and Reggie Bush as my two RB’s, and Nicks and DeSean as my other WR, and I’m extremely worried about those two plus streaming a WR until one sticks during the season. Giovanni was my flex and had to put SOMETHING in TE with Pettigrew with my third to last pick.

    The WR on Waivers I lilke:

    Kerley
    LaFell
    Riley Cooper
    Sanu
    Burleson
    or Donnie Avery

    So, do you see this as a lateral move that only replaces a hole in my lineup with another one or would you make that trade? Having LeSean, Reggie Bush, AND Marshawn Lynch as my Flex sounds prrettty, prettty good.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @MF DOOM: That’s not a move I would make. Your WR set up worries me.

  19. Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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    Not sure about that QB scenario not happening, Sky. I’ve done several mock drafts in Yahoo and Rodgers and/or Brees always go by the end of round 2 and I suspect the league I’m in will go that route as the commish was evidently a QB hoarder in last year’s draft. Not that I’m sheep enough to follow it, mind you, but there appears to be a lot out there doing it for some bizzaro reason.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Clint (aka Pablo Death): Mock drafts don’t tell you much, Clint, unless you’re mocking with people you know. could’ve been robot picks or nitwits who are just following yahoo rankings (yahoo has them as late 2nd/early 3rd rounders).

      The hoarders are hoping to scam others out of RBs/WRs after the draft via trade. Too much talent at QB to fall for it, though.

  20. Frank White says:
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    Also I was reading and I’m gonna do the Rb/Rb. So even if AJ green is available still go for a back? cause the list will come back quicker this time, 5th pick.. still allot of good backs but when I read your Top list of RB’s it’s from the beginning of June. Do you still live by that?? The 2nd round of backs I don’t know why but I don’t like Forte, Chris Johnson and I hear things about Drew.

    • Sky

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      @Frank White: I said both are viable routes to go, just RB/RB is a preference. It depends on the value of the players involved. I ranked plenty of WRs ahead of Forte/CJ/MJD for a good reason.

  21. Frank White says:
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    Also on Sportscenter Frank Gore got a lot slower.. True or still a great 2nd pick?

    • Frank White says:
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      I know I’m bombing you with questions but I feel like in my position I can go RB RB WR Wr and still get a good 3rd RB in the 5th .. The point is if in the 4th, would you skip a couple receivers in order to grab a good RB if theres good WR’s in the future or the other way around or just stick to the top rankings?? Then in a 12 team should I risk another RB or WR in the 6th or start looking at QB’s like Russell Wilson if they’re all getting grabbed? I really think these questions might be impossible to answer so I would understand cause you have to see the draft to answer them but it’s worth a try. lol