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Ive been doing mock drafts and this is what im getting so far. its a standard 10 team league

 

QB-Luck, Mahomes, Jimmy G

RB-Hunt, Cook, Penny, Mack

WR-Hill, Hilton, Cooper, Goodwin, Ross

TE-Ruldoph

D-jags, Ravens

K-Eillot

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5 minutes ago, CR91 said:

Ive been doing mock drafts and this is what im getting so far. its a standard 10 team league

 

QB-Luck, Mahomes, Jimmy G

RB-Hunt, Cook, Penny, Mack

WR-Hill, Hilton, Cooper, Goodwin, Ross

TE-Ruldoph

D-jags, Ravens

K-Eillot

As someone who makes a lot of money in yearly fantasy, I'll give you a few tips. 

 

1.) 3 QBs is too much. You don't need Mahomes and Jimmy G to back up Luck, lose one of them next time.

2.) Mack is kinda worthless in a 10 team league. His carries will vary based on our offense. In a 10 team league, you'll want 4-5 RB's who are starters for their teams so you can play matchups and have depth due to injury.

3.) WR's are solid, could keep them and be fine. 

4.) Definitely want a backup to Rudolph. TE is a position where everyone has a backup. If Rudolph gets hurt, struggles, or is on his bye week, you're putting yourself in a situation where you are picking up scraps from the waiver to replace him. My suggestion is, instead of drafting mahomes, take a solid no2 TE.

5.) The only reason to take two DEFs is because you are playing matchups between the two. You would rarely, if ever sit the Jags DEF for the Ravens. The Ravens are burning a bench spot in your lineup. Get rid of Mahomes and the Ravens D for another RB and TE of starting Quality.

6.) Kicker is fine, just don't ever reach past the last two rounds for one.

 

This is just a basic guideline for drafting positionally in yearly NFL fantasy. You still have to find the correct players. You are using QB/WR combos, and that's a good thing. GL and have fun playing!

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Jared Cisneros said:

As someone who makes a lot of money in yearly fantasy, I'll give you a few tips. 

 

1.) 3 QBs is too much. You don't need Mahomes and Jimmy G to back up Luck, lose one of them next time.

2.) Mack is kinda worthless in a 10 team league. His carries will vary based on our offense. In a 10 team league, you'll want 4-5 RB's who are starters for their teams so you can play matchups and have depth due to injury.

3.) WR's are solid, could keep them and be fine. 

4.) Definitely want a backup to Rudolph. TE is a position where everyone has a backup. If Rudolph gets hurt, struggles, or is on his bye week, you're putting yourself in a situation where you are picking up scraps from the waiver to replace him. My suggestion is, instead of drafting mahomes, take a solid no2 TE.

5.) The only reason to take two DEFs is because you are playing matchups between the two. You would rarely, if ever sit the Jags DEF for the Ravens. The Ravens are burning a bench spot in your lineup. Get rid of Mahomes and the Ravens D for another RB and TE of starting Quality.

6.) Kicker is fine, just don't ever reach past the last two rounds for one.

 

This is just a basic guideline for drafting positionally in yearly NFL fantasy. You still have to find the correct players. You are using QB/WR combos, and that's a good thing. GL and have fun playing!

 

 

 

Thank you for your input. My reason for three QBs is because im not sure what im getting from Luck so I want options in case rhings dont go right. Im all about matchups not staying with established starters. Same thing with defense which I believe is overlooked position. You can decide your week if you decide the matchup correctly. I have high hopes for Mack. Hines imo will not steal carries mostly because I think he'll be used more like Cohen then a change a pace back. Mack will still get the majority of the work. TE is worthless to me. Unless you have Gronk, Kelce, or Ertz everyone else is TD dependent

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4 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

Thank you for your input. My reason for three QBs is because im not sure what im getting from Luck so I want options in case rhings dont go right. Im all about matchups not staying with established starters. Same thing with defense which I believe is overlooked position. You can decide your week if you decide the matchup correctly. I have high hopes for Mack. Hines imo will not steal carries mostly because I think he'll be used more like Cohen then a change a pace back. Mack will still get the majority of the work. TE is worthless to me. Unless you have Gronk, Kelce, or Ertz everyone else is TD dependent

My suggestion, and I know you like Luck because you're a Colts fan, is to avoid Luck completely if you don't know what you are getting from him. There are plenty of other QBs at a similar range that will put up guaranteed production without the injury risk or possible rust. There's two ways to play defense in yearly fantasy. Get an elite one like the Jags (like you did), or play the matchups. You combined the two, which ended up wasting a roster spot. If you want two DEFs, take someone other than the Jags in the middle rounds, that way you gain positional value at another position while achieving the same goal at DEF.

 

It's fun to use Mack, I get it, but a lot of his production will be stolen. Turbin takes goal line carries and short yardage carries. Hines will steal passing downs, Wilkins will steal some other carries. Mack will probably get 50% of the carries without the goal line carries, and that's not good in a 10 team league. He's better in a 12 team league. Don't use Mack just to get a Colt, you have your Luck, Hilton combo if you want it. 

 

TE is top heavy, but it's also a position where very few break out during the year and are available on waivers. Backup TE's are akin to no4 WRs in the production department. If you miss on your TE and don't draft a backup, you are punting on a position and that's not good. What's worse, if an option becomes available on waivers, every team will try to scoop him up as a starter or backup since the position is so thin. You have to semi-hit on the position at least with the draft, and drafting one TE is setting yourself up for disaster. 

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1 hour ago, Jared Cisneros said:

My suggestion, and I know you like Luck because you're a Colts fan, is to avoid Luck completely if you don't know what you are getting from him. There are plenty of other QBs at a similar range that will put up guaranteed production without the injury risk or possible rust. There's two ways to play defense in yearly fantasy. Get an elite one like the Jags (like you did), or play the matchups. You combined the two, which ended up wasting a roster spot. If you want two DEFs, take someone other than the Jags in the middle rounds, that way you gain positional value at another position while achieving the same goal at DEF.

 

It's fun to use Mack, I get it, but a lot of his production will be stolen. Turbin takes goal line carries and short yardage carries. Hines will steal passing downs, Wilkins will steal some other carries. Mack will probably get 50% of the carries without the goal line carries, and that's not good in a 10 team league. He's better in a 12 team league. Don't use Mack just to get a Colt, you have your Luck, Hilton combo if you want it. 

 

TE is top heavy, but it's also a position where very few break out during the year and are available on waivers. Backup TE's are akin to no4 WRs in the production department. If you miss on your TE and don't draft a backup, you are punting on a position and that's not good. What's worse, if an option becomes available on waivers, every team will try to scoop him up as a starter or backup since the position is so thin. You have to semi-hit on the position at least with the draft, and drafting one TE is setting yourself up for disaster. 

 

Its not that. Its just good value. Luck is projected to go in the 7th or 8th roubd. That is really good for a QB of his caliber. Who I really like is Mahomes. Turbin will steal tds yes, but Mack will get the touches. That means more to me. Im sorry, but I dont see the point of wasting an extra roster spot on a td dependant position. Guess we'll just have to disagree

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On 6/17/2018 at 11:47 AM, Jared Cisneros said:

My suggestion, and I know you like Luck because you're a Colts fan, is to avoid Luck completely if you don't know what you are getting from him. There are plenty of other QBs at a similar range that will put up guaranteed production without the injury risk or possible rust. There's two ways to play defense in yearly fantasy. Get an elite one like the Jags (like you did), or play the matchups. You combined the two, which ended up wasting a roster spot. If you want two DEFs, take someone other than the Jags in the middle rounds, that way you gain positional value at another position while achieving the same goal at DEF.

 

It's fun to use Mack, I get it, but a lot of his production will be stolen. Turbin takes goal line carries and short yardage carries. Hines will steal passing downs, Wilkins will steal some other carries. Mack will probably get 50% of the carries without the goal line carries, and that's not good in a 10 team league. He's better in a 12 team league. Don't use Mack just to get a Colt, you have your Luck, Hilton combo if you want it. 

 

TE is top heavy, but it's also a position where very few break out during the year and are available on waivers. Backup TE's are akin to no4 WRs in the production department. If you miss on your TE and don't draft a backup, you are punting on a position and that's not good. What's worse, if an option becomes available on waivers, every team will try to scoop him up as a starter or backup since the position is so thin. You have to semi-hit on the position at least with the draft, and drafting one TE is setting yourself up for disaster. 

 

How about this

 

QB-Brees, Mahomes

RB-Gordon, Cook, Penny, Michal, Mack

WR-Hill, Hilton, Cooper, Goodwin, Ross

TE-Ingram

D-Vikings, Ravens

K-Eillot

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6 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

How about this

 

QB-Brees, Mahomes

RB-Gordon, Cook, Penny, Michal, Mack

WR-Hill, Hilton, Cooper, Goodwin, Ross

TE-Ingram

D-Vikings, Ravens

K-Eillot

Definitely like this better. Two QB's with Brees on an offense that will probably be better this year. With Mark Ingram possibly on a 4 game suspension, Brees will pass a ton the first 4 games. The RBs are better, I'm assuming that Michal is Sony Michel, the Pats RB rookie. Mack is fine as a 5th RB. WR's are good as the same, Evan Engram is much safer to use by himself than Rudolph, just be sure to have a few late round targets for TE in case you need someone else. Vikings and Ravens are much more interchangeable, though I don't know how often you'll sit the Vikings. They may be strong enough where I'd just start them every week still and use the Ravens slot on a mid-tier TE that's much better than anything on waivers throughout the year. Elliott is fine as Kicker.

 

Only thing I would change is the Ravens DEF to a backup TE. Vikings are strong enough to where you'll never sit them. An Engram injury could bury the team as is still.

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38 minutes ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Definitely like this better. Two QB's with Brees on an offense that will probably be better this year. With Mark Ingram possibly on a 4 game suspension, Brees will pass a ton the first 4 games. The RBs are better, I'm assuming that Michal is Sony Michel, the Pats RB rookie. Mack is fine as a 5th RB. WR's are good as the same, Evan Engram is much safer to use by himself than Rudolph, just be sure to have a few late round targets for TE in case you need someone else. Vikings and Ravens are much more interchangeable, though I don't know how often you'll sit the Vikings. They may be strong enough where I'd just start them every week still and use the Ravens slot on a mid-tier TE that's much better than anything on waivers throughout the year. Elliott is fine as Kicker.

 

Only thing I would change is the Ravens DEF to a backup TE. Vikings are strong enough to where you'll never sit them. An Engram injury could bury the team as is still.

 

I would probably sit them vs lions and packers, thats 4 games not to mention the ravens finished 2nd in fantasy last year

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I just winged a mock today, here are the results:

 

QB-Wilson, Garroppolo

RB-Kareem Hunt, Dalvin Cook, Dion Lewis, Tevin Coleman, Aaron Jones

WR-Alshon Jeffery, Chris Hogan, Rishard Matthews, Christian Kirk

TE-Olsen, Clay

D-Broncos, Patriots

K-Bailey

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On 6/20/2018 at 10:08 AM, chad72 said:

I just winged a mock today, here are the results:

 

QB-Wilson, Garroppolo

RB-Kareem Hunt, Dalvin Cook, Dion Lewis, Tevin Coleman, Aaron Jones

WR-Alshon Jeffery, Chris Hogan, Rishard Matthews, Christian Kirk

TE-Olsen, Clay

D-Broncos, Patriots

K-Bailey

 

how many in your league?

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5 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

how many in your league?

 

I mocked for a 12 team league.

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3 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

I mocked for a 12 team league.

 

I like everything, but your WRs. Seems pretty weak, but good job for just winging it :thmup:

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10 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

I like everything, but your WRs. Seems pretty weak, but good job for just winging it :thmup:

 

WRs is always a flux position as the year goes on. Rookie WRs come on, undervalued WRs always seem to emerge as the year goes on, that is the risk I agreed to take.

 

The make up of the league is WR/TE and WR/RB/TE in the 2 flex spots with no mandatory TE thus making Olsen a staple play in one of the flex spots.

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5 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

WRs is always a flux position as the year goes on. Rookie WRs come on, undervalued WRs always seem to emerge as the year goes on, that is the risk I agreed to take.

 

The make up of the league is WR/TE and WR/RB/TE in the 2 flex spots with no mandatory TE thus making Olsen a staple play in one of the flex spots.

 

thats an interesting league. ive never heard of the TE position not being mandatory

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1 hour ago, CR91 said:

 

thats an interesting league. ive never heard of the TE position not being mandatory

 

Yeah, that is our Colts forum elite league that I have been part of the last 6 years, am the commish of that league this year. The non-mandatory TE has been in place for at least 3 or 4 of those 6 years. The reasoning is being able to draft a good TE is harder than being able to draft a WR pass catcher since TE designations are fewer and there are only so many to go around. By making it flexible enough to use WR or TE in both flex spots, a team strong in TE or WR both have a good shot of using strong players with a deep roster.

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@Jared Cisneros

 

so after an update in the rankings, my mocks are looking like this

 

QB- Luck, Mahomes

RB-Gordon, Cook, Penny, Henry, Mack

WR-Hill, Juju, Cooks, Fuller, Ross

TE-Burton

D-Vikings, Ravens

K-Eillot

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16 hours ago, CR91 said:

@Jared Cisneros

 

so after an update in the rankings, my mocks are looking like this

 

QB- Luck, Mahomes

RB-Gordon, Cook, Penny, Henry, Mack

WR-Hill, Juju, Cooks, Fuller, Ross

TE-Burton

D-Vikings, Ravens

K-Eillot

Sorry to take a while to get back to you, was at the casino and just back at 3 in the morning my time, 5 EST. I don't mind this lineup at all. It's looking like Luck will be healthy for week 1 more than likely, so Mahomes is a good backup now. Love the RBs. WR's are very good with one note. I'm not a Brandin Cooks fan at all. I still think think that offense runs through Gurley, and Brees and Brady are no longer throwing to Cooks. Personally, I see Cooks as a high bust candidate. Burton I love at TE with Trubisky at QB. He should produce a lot this season. Not a fan of these two particular defenses together. I would use either/or, and use a backup te to Burton in case of bye week/injury/bad performance. Kicker is fine. Up to you if you want to make the minor changes I suggested, but the team is pretty solid now.

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5 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Sorry to take a while to get back to you, was at the casino and just back at 3 in the morning my time, 5 EST. I don't mind this lineup at all. It's looking like Luck will be healthy for week 1 more than likely, so Mahomes is a good backup now. Love the RBs. WR's are very good with one note. I'm not a Brandin Cooks fan at all. I still think think that offense runs through Gurley, and Brees and Brady are no longer throwing to Cooks. Personally, I see Cooks as a high bust candidate. Burton I love at TE with Trubisky at QB. He should produce a lot this season. Not a fan of these two particular defenses together. I would use either/or, and use a backup te to Burton in case of bye week/injury/bad performance. Kicker is fine. Up to you if you want to make the minor changes I suggested, but the team is pretty solid now.

 

Lol. Hope you won. Of course that offense will run through Gurley, but the rams didnt pay Cooks to not be a big part of their offense especially if Goff continues to grow

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5 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

Lol. Hope you won. Of course that offense will run through Gurley, but the rams didnt pay Cooks to not be a big part of their offense especially if Goff continues to grow

I won a little bit. I min cashed in a poker tourney and was up $150 at one point. Lost almost $100 in Blackjack though afterward. Still came home with $52.50 profit and free food all day and night, so it wasn't too bad. 

Cooks I just have the feeling is the beneficiary of great QB play. I may be wrong, but I see a sharp decline this year. Gurley will run and catch the ball a ton. He will have to compete with Woods and Kupp. Goff doesn't throw as much as Brees and Brady. He's just a guy I'm avoiding like the plague this year in fantasy football, and I have 10 rookie autos of him #/25, so I'm not being biased or anything. I really hope he does well. 

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1 hour ago, Jared Cisneros said:

I won a little bit. I min cashed in a poker tourney and was up $150 at one point. Lost almost $100 in Blackjack though afterward. Still came home with $52.50 profit and free food all day and night, so it wasn't too bad. 

Cooks I just have the feeling is the beneficiary of great QB play. I may be wrong, but I see a sharp decline this year. Gurley will run and catch the ball a ton. He will have to compete with Woods and Kupp. Goff doesn't throw as much as Brees and Brady. He's just a guy I'm avoiding like the plague this year in fantasy football, and I have 10 rookie autos of him #/25, so I'm not being biased or anything. I really hope he does well. 

 

haha sounds like a good time. Goff obviously isn't gonna throw a ton, but atleast one or two big catches a game makes the gamble worth it. I appreciate your advice :thmup: 

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On 6/20/2018 at 5:51 AM, Jared Cisneros said:

Definitely like this better. Two QB's with Brees on an offense that will probably be better this year. With Mark Ingram possibly on a 4 game suspension, Brees will pass a ton the first 4 games. The RBs are better, I'm assuming that Michal is Sony Michel, the Pats RB rookie. Mack is fine as a 5th RB. WR's are good as the same, Evan Engram is much safer to use by himself than Rudolph, just be sure to have a few late round targets for TE in case you need someone else. Vikings and Ravens are much more interchangeable, though I don't know how often you'll sit the Vikings. They may be strong enough where I'd just start them every week still and use the Ravens slot on a mid-tier TE that's much better than anything on waivers throughout the year. Elliott is fine as Kicker.

 

Only thing I would change is the Ravens DEF to a backup TE. Vikings are strong enough to where you'll never sit them. An Engram injury could bury the team as is still.

 

So what would be the optimum lineup in your opinion in terms of drafting?

 

In my mocks I have been sticking with 1 QB, 1 TE and 1 DEF and loading up on young skill position players with upside in the later rounds (Chris Carson, Josh Doctson, Taywan Taylor, etc).  Does it depend who your #1 QB/TE is and whether they would need a backup?

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8 minutes ago, DaveA1102 said:

 

So what would be the optimum lineup in your opinion in terms of drafting?

 

In my mocks I have been sticking with 1 QB, 1 TE and 1 DEF and loading up on young skill position players with upside in the later rounds (Chris Carson, Josh Doctson, Taywan Taylor, etc).  Does it depend who your #1 QB/TE is and whether they would need a backup?

Carson and Taylor are two very good sleeper picks. I would also add Peyton Barber as well. Your no1 QB and TE do depend if you add a backup. For the QB, if you get someone like Rodgers, Watson, or Brady, I would skip adding the 2nd QB and just pick up someone once the bye week happens as you'll play them every week. Anyone else I'd either draft a backup, or just take two QB's in the middle rounds and play the matchups.

 

As far as a TE goes, you almost have to draft a backup. There are some good sleeper TE's (Kittle, Geisecki, Hooper, etc..). However, if you don't draft a backup TE and yours gets hurt (Engram and Walker already are hurt), you will pay for it as the depth isn't too good after the draft is over. People will be onto the sleeper and breakout TE's, so you should draft one of them along with your starter, no matter what. Injuries and bye weeks happens, your backup could breakout for you. A lot of beneficial things come from taking a backup TE. 

 

I would usually go:

2 QBs

5 RBs

5 WRs

2 TE's

1 K

1 DST

 

This can vary on your league size with bench spots though. I'd sacrifice the extra QB before the TE spot though. In PPR, I'd take the 5th WR instead of the 5th RB, and vice versa in standard. If it's a flex league, go 5 RB's in both, as it's just advantageous to have 5 starting RBs and be able to use 3 of them at all times if possible.

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Need some advice on a possible trade:

 

Current team:

QB: A.Luck, B. Roethlisberger,

RB: D. Cook, M. Gordon, P. Barber, J. Mixon, D. Henry

WR: S. Diggs, J. Landry, D. Parker, C. Kupp, C. Davis

TE: K. Rudolph, T. Eifert

D/ST: Denver

K: Will Lutz

 

Proposed Trade: Jarvis Landry, Joe Mixon, and Tyler Eifert for Jordan Howard and Sammy Wakins

His only other WRs available for trade are DJ Moore and Josh Doctson

 

My concern is this, is my WR drop off outweighed by my gain in RB?

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10 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Carson and Taylor are two very good sleeper picks. I would also add Peyton Barber as well. Your no1 QB and TE do depend if you add a backup. For the QB, if you get someone like Rodgers, Watson, or Brady, I would skip adding the 2nd QB and just pick up someone once the bye week happens as you'll play them every week. Anyone else I'd either draft a backup, or just take two QB's in the middle rounds and play the matchups.

 

As far as a TE goes, you almost have to draft a backup. There are some good sleeper TE's (Kittle, Geisecki, Hooper, etc..). However, if you don't draft a backup TE and yours gets hurt (Engram and Walker already are hurt), you will pay for it as the depth isn't too good after the draft is over. People will be onto the sleeper and breakout TE's, so you should draft one of them along with your starter, no matter what. Injuries and bye weeks happens, your backup could breakout for you. A lot of beneficial things come from taking a backup TE. 

 

I would usually go:

2 QBs

5 RBs

5 WRs

2 TE's

1 K

1 DST

 

This can vary on your league size with bench spots though. I'd sacrifice the extra QB before the TE spot though. In PPR, I'd take the 5th WR instead of the 5th RB, and vice versa in standard. If it's a flex league, go 5 RB's in both, as it's just advantageous to have 5 starting RBs and be able to use 3 of them at all times if possible.

 

So I found out my draft position (#4) so went into a mock setup exactly like mine, 12 team standard with me at #4. Here is what I got:

 

QB Luck

RB Elliot, McKinnon, Cohen, Penny, Blount 

WR Allen, Jeffery, Goodwin, Doctson, J Brown

TE Graham, Ebron

D Broncos

K Gould

 

Feel pretty happy but not sure my heart ruled my head on Luck as Breed was there.

 

Welcome any feedback 

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4 hours ago, DaveA1102 said:

 

So I found out my draft position (#4) so went into a mock setup exactly like mine, 12 team standard with me at #4. Here is what I got:

 

QB Luck

RB Elliot, McKinnon, Cohen, Penny, Blount 

WR Allen, Jeffery, Goodwin, Doctson, J Brown

TE Graham, Ebron

D Broncos

K Gould

 

Feel pretty happy but not sure my heart ruled my head on Luck as Breed was there.

 

Welcome any feedback 

I believe Brees will decline fantasy-wise this year because of his age and the fact they will use the RBs again and also have a great defense. So they won't be battling from behind like they were. RB's are very good, just have to hope Zeke doesn't suffer with Fredrick and Martin out. Like the WR's as well. You picked good TE's. Graham has Rodgers at QB, and Ebron has Luck (who you have to combo him with). Broncos defense looks fine, and so is the the K.

 

12 teams, your team is absolutely fine. Penny is a slight worry, but he should recover at some point when the season starts. This team is good for a 12 team league.

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@Jared Cisneros  @chad72

 

I drafted today.

 

QB-Luck, Wentz, Brady

RB-Gordon, Cook, Henry, Penny, Michel

WR-Hill, Diggs, Hogan, Fuller, Ross

TE-Eilfert

D-Ravens

K-Boswell

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PPR 10 Team League with Flex (wr,rb,te) [Had the 8th pick]

 

QB:  A. Rodgers, A. Luck

RB:  K. Hunt, D. Henry, P. Barber, J. Wilkins

WR:  D. Hopkins, M. Crabtree, P. Garcon, R. Cobb, J. Nelson

TE:  Z. Ertz, D. Njoku

K:  A. Vinatieri

DST:  Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Thoughts?

 

Standard 12 Team League with 2 Flex positions (wr,te) (rb,wr,te)

 

QB:  R. Wilson, P. Mahomes

RB:  T. Gurley, L. Miller, K. Johnson, G. Bernard,  D. Foreman

WR:  M. Evans,  T. Hill,  C. Kupp,  C. Davis, T. Ginn

TE:  K. Rudolph

K:  W. Lutz

DST:  Denver Broncos

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5 hours ago, Virtuoso80 said:

PPR 10 Team League with Flex (wr,rb,te) [Had the 8th pick]

 

QB:  A. Rodgers, A. Luck

RB:  K. Hunt, D. Henry, P. Barber, J. Wilkins

WR:  D. Hopkins, M. Crabtree, P. Garcon, R. Cobb, J. Nelson

TE:  Z. Ertz, D. Njoku

K:  A. Vinatieri

DST:  Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Thoughts?

 

Standard 12 Team League with 2 Flex positions (wr,te) (rb,wr,te)

 

QB:  R. Wilson, P. Mahomes

RB:  T. Gurley, L. Miller, K. Johnson, G. Bernard,  D. Foreman

WR:  M. Evans,  T. Hill,  C. Kupp,  C. Davis, T. Ginn

TE:  K. Rudolph

K:  W. Lutz

DST:  Denver Broncos

 

I like your 10 team league WRs and TEs, just not the RBs for PPR with Henry pretty much going to be out-snapped by Dion Lewis on passing downs. You just have to adjust on the fly as the year goes on. But your strengths at other positions should definitely help offset that.

 

12 team league - I like your depth, good team, IMO, and you should get production from every position. 

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6 hours ago, CR91 said:

@Jared Cisneros  @chad72

 

I drafted today.

 

QB-Luck, Wentz, Brady

RB-Gordon, Cook, Henry, Penny, Michel

WR-Hill, Diggs, Hogan, Fuller, Ross

TE-Eilfert

D-Ravens

K-Boswell

 

When you have 3 QBs, you are going to have a dilemma as the year goes on. It is hard to give up just a QB and get an RB or WR in exchange. I had that case a year ago in a league, and had to drop 1 of 3 QBs eventually. Not sure Ross will be roster worthy as the year goes on with the other options you have.

 

 

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55 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

When you have 3 QBs, you are going to have a dilemma as the year goes on. It is hard to give up just a QB and get an RB or WR in exchange. I had that case a year ago in a league, and had to drop 1 of 3 QBs eventually. Not sure Ross will be roster worthy as the year goes on with the other options you have.

 

 

 

Well Wentz kinda just fell into my lap and somehow, no idea how, brady didnt get drafted. Not sure when Wentz will play and Luck will have some rust early so I will need 3 QBs for now

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On 7/19/2018 at 12:32 PM, CR91 said:

@Jared Cisneros

 

so after an update in the rankings, my mocks are looking like this

 

QB- Luck, Mahomes

RB-Gordon, Cook, Penny, Henry, Mack

WR-Hill, Juju, Cooks, Fuller, Ross

TE-Burton

D-Vikings, Ravens

K-Eillot

Curious what you're gonna do week 10 when both your D's are on a bye.

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30 minutes ago, coltsfansince65 said:

Curious what you're gonna do week 10 when both your D's are on a bye.

 

That was a mock.

 

I drafted yesterday

 

QB-Luck, Wentz, Brady

RB-Gordon, Cook, Henry, Penny, Michel

WR-Hill, Diggs, Hogan, Fuller

TE-Eilfert

D-Ravens, Saints

K-Boswell

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On 9/2/2018 at 7:02 PM, chad72 said:

 

When you have 3 QBs, you are going to have a dilemma as the year goes on. It is hard to give up just a QB and get an RB or WR in exchange. I had that case a year ago in a league, and had to drop 1 of 3 QBs eventually. Not sure Ross will be roster worthy as the year goes on with the other options you have.

 

 

 

I traded Brady Diggs and Henry for Beckham and Royce Freeman

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11 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

I traded Brady Diggs and Henry for Beckham and Royce Freeman

 

Very good trade for you.

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10 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Would someone please give me the League number for the Elite League in NFL.com?  

 

The league id is: 3088157

 

It should be in your list of leagues when you login to nfl.com, I would be surprised if it is not.

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4 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

Very good trade for you.

 

I believe so too. Losing Brady is a gamble because Luck will be rusty and Wentz wont play til who knows when, but I upgraded my WR group and got a better RB. I did pick up Mariota as insurance though

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20 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

I believe so too. Losing Brady is a gamble because Luck will be rusty and Wentz wont play til who knows when, but I upgraded my WR group and got a better RB. I did pick up Mariota as insurance though

 

If you are looking for a deep league flier, consider Joe Flacco. He finally has the underneath TE in Hayden Hurst that he loves to go to like Dennis Pitta, who he missed for the longest time. Then, he has John Brown and Michael Crabtree added that can separate, he might be due for a good turnaround season. Still not an elite season but a very good season, along the lines of 24-30 TDs, IMO.

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3 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

If you are looking for a deep league flier, consider Joe Flacco. He finally has the underneath TE in Hayden Hurst that he loves to go to like Dennis Pitta, who he missed for the longest time. Then, he has John Brown and Michael Crabtree added that can separate, he might be due for a good turnaround season. Still not an elite season but a very good season, along the lines of 24-30 TDs, IMO.

 

isnt hurst out for a few weeks?

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