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  1. #1
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    I need to pick 5 of these 9...cant decide

    12 teams 5 keepers...big money league...NO trades till 5 keepers are set by each team.

    I won the league last season so I have the last pick in our first rd of a NFl style draft...

    We start...1QB, 2 RB, 2WR, 1 flex at RB or WR, TE, K , Def

    scoring
    QBs...1 pt/50, 6 pt tds, 5pts at 250
    RBs...2/25, 6 pt tds, 5 pts at 100 rush and 5 pts at 50 rec
    WRs...1/25, 1 PPR, 6 pts tds, 5 pts at 100

    WRs get PPR RBs DO NOT

    I have 9 potential keepers thanks to a couple good trades last season.

    Aaron Rodgers
    Zac Stacy
    Doug Martin
    Gio Bernard
    Arian Foster
    Larry fitzgerald
    Andre Johnson
    Keenan Allen
    Jimmy Graham

    I won this last season without Aaron rodgers...so I am wondering if its worth keeping him...All the RBS have question marks.....With WRs getting PPR its tough but they are so deep....So I am thinking about not keeping any WRs...Jimmy Graham is the only sure thing.

    Any thoughts?

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphindan1 View Post
    Aaron Rodgers
    Gio Bernard
    Arian Foster
    Larry fitzgerald/Andre Johnson
    Jimmy Graham
    I can't decide between the 2 WRs, but you are right in the fact that it's such a deep position that you can afford to let most of them go.
    As cliche as it may sound, I'd like to raise another round, and if your bottle's empty help yourself to mine, thank you for your time and here's to life.

  3. #3
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    QB Rodgers
    RB Gio Bernard
    RB Arian Foster
    TE Jimmy Graham
    WR Keenan Allen

    I'm high on Allen, plus Fitz/Johnson are both getting up their in age (since it's a keeper) and Johnson is disgruntled with the organization. All 3 are close though so I couldn't fault you either way.

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason View Post
    QB Rodgers
    RB Gio Bernard
    RB Arian Foster
    TE Jimmy Graham
    WR Keenan Allen

    I'm high on Allen, plus Fitz/Johnson are both getting up their in age (since it's a keeper) and Johnson is disgruntled with the organization. All 3 are close though so I couldn't fault you either way.
    This, except I would personally keep Martin over Foster, mostly because of age...Foster seems to be breaking down.

  5. #5
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    Definitely keep Rodgers. Especially with 6 pt touchdowns. Then Graham and Gio look like easy keeps. Keenan Allen is probably the play at WR, but those other two "old" dudes are still very capable of putting up great years. I like Stacy in general, but going up against those 3 other defenses in the NFC west 6 times isn't ideal. Tough call on the other two RBs. I'd probably keep Foster. More faith in Bill O'Brien's offense than Lovie's.

    So...

    Rodgers
    Graham
    Gio
    Foster
    Allen
    Last edited by eaglesnut; 07-28-2014 at 08:47 PM.

  6. #6
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    Rodgers
    Martin
    Bernard
    Allen
    Graham
    "Personal foul, 69, offense. He was giving him the business."

  7. #7
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    Rodgers
    Graham
    Fitz
    Bernard
    Foster

    Rodgers and Graham are no brainers...they are the best at their positions.

    Fitz is gonna get even better with a better supporting cast.

    I am not 100% on Bernard/Foster...but think you should always keep 2 RB's anyway. I'd like Bernard more if this were a PPR for RB's.
    "I would not join any club that would have someone like me for a member." - Groucho Marx

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