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Not sure how i feel about it but the commish in my league added an extra starting qb spot, to go with the wr/rb spot i recommended. 10 team league so we are trying to expand things i guess. I've never done one before. Should my strategy be different now?
If you want to have some decent QBs then make sure to grab two by the 6th RD. Other than that, just see where they land. Aim for Brees, Brady or Rodgers for #1, which will require a first or second RD pick, depending on where your draft position is. Rodgers may fall to RD 3 though and you may be lucky enough to pick him up. Peyton is another good #1.
Then somewhere around the 4th, start paying attention to how many of the palmers, schaubs, and ryans go. Try to get one of them.
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this is pretty interesting
Heres what I would do i was in a fun league last yr and it had 2 QB starting
I had Big Ben and Shaub and then I picke up Cassell
hold of as long as u can
I just went over the QBs and their are about 8-9 very good ones I think W McNabb around 8-9
If thier going fast like 5 in the 1st 18 picks then grab one Warner or McNabb etc
then hold for a Hasselback or a Cassell latter in round 5-6
But if grab to right off the bat your rbs might suck
think like this
10 team league worst case if u hold out long enough u should get a top 10 qb
Then u should get a 11-20 Cassell or Ryan or Farve
So the bottom line I would hold off and Grab a Ryan and Palmer
something like that
But u might want to draft at least 3 qbs and mabe Vick???
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