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I'm in a ten person league.
QB, WR, WR, RB, RB, TE, RB/WR, RB/WR, RB/WR/TE, QB/WR/RB/TE
QB 40 yards a point, RB and WR 15 yards a point. all TDs the same.
If I don't get a first 5 pick is best strategy to get 2 solid QBs in first two rounds and grab RB from 3rd round on? Suggestions welcome.
As I dont have my handy dandy calculator with me just do the following. Go to your league page and click on players. Then have it filter by either last seasons stats (the default.....do this if youre more concerned with past performance) or this seasons projections (helpful when you consider the few top rookies available and those whose situations improved or declined) and then with either system filter by total fantasy points (the last column usually). By doing this you can see if QB's really get a huge boost or not. If you have more than 12 QB's in the first 25, then you are much better off going 2 qb's regardless of draft order (as its almost guaranteed Brees, Rodgers, and Manning will outscore the top 5 rbs.
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Yah i've done that the top 10 QBs outscored all RB by about 100 pts on the season except the beast Chris Johnson. So if I can snipe a top ten RB and 2 top ten QBs ill be set. I was loaded in WR last year and lost because there points just didn't match up
Dude, Ur League Roster Spots are the most creative that I've ever seen. I think ur Strat is fine. Go QBs & then RBs but dont pass up on a STUD RB if he's there, especially if the QBs are wack after Rd 1.
As qb's will score alot of points, the whole 40 yards a point reduces that alot. if they throw for 350, thats less than 9 points, but if a wr gets 100 years that is 6.6 and so if your pick is 8/9/10 then grab rodgers and brees.
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