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  • Bob T Bob T Aug 13, 2011 12:34 AM Flag

    Rate this team 1-10 scale

    4/10 Hillis was ok in round 3 if Forte was gone, but it is the worst group of WRs I can think of. You way over-reached for Holmes. He is a WR3 at best. Breaston in Round 8? Roy Williams probably hurts Knox and Edwards is a pipe dream. All that would be a heck of a lot better if you had a stud QB instead of QB #11. At least you got Rob Bironas who should kick a FG every other game on a crap Tenn team.

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    • I appreciate everyone replies and tips. If any consistent top finishers are reading, I'd take all the draft strategy I can get. This is just my 3rd year of playing so, I'm still learning but, I think I have a much better handle on things as I go along.

      Maybe your tips can put my draft over the top

      • 1 Reply to joeBlow
      • Load up on RBs with at least one good QB and WR. You have no margin for error at RB and need a better back up RB. Torain isn't even sure of starting on a weak team. I'm not sure who is available, but I'm sure you can dump him for someone better if you get on the waiver wire early. WRs pop every year from no where (Lloyd, S. Johnson, M. Williams in 2010), so keep your eyes open. Don't fall in love with DEF or K. Unless you get a stud DEF like PIT or GB, you can play match-ups every week, and someone will dump a fairly decent DEF on a bye week, so watch for that. Also, watch for anyone dumping a top 50 player after 2 bad games. Ask yourself, would I have drafted that guy? If so, pick him up and he will probably produce for you. Good Luck!!!

    • Forte was gone. A Bradshaw, L Blount, and Shonn Greene were the RB I could have had in the third round instead.

 

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