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i'm in a 10 league non ppr. we get to take one player from another team who we're paired with like champ/#10, 2/9 and so on. i'm keeping doug martin from the team i'm paired with (best player on that team to pick since he's keeping rodgers).
here's my dilemma: i have peyton, luck, and foster. who to keep? qb's get more pts than rbs in this league. peyton was my money in the bank each week regardless of who i started. bench peyton, i lost. i know he might not have many years left but hard to look over.
luck is the qb of the future. did well but i'm expecting a soph slump next season?
foster's been my keeper for years now. he gets me to the playoffs but never a championship. plus with his heart problem (which is actually a more serious condition than anyone lets on) and age, i wonder if i can slip martin in his place.
it's an offline draft and i have 7th pick. who might i be able to draft out of these 3? most guys keep qb studs if that helps.
any thoughts? i won't make a final decision until summer and see how all this shakes out, but others views are welcome. thnx!
oh yeah. i also have eli but he's messed me up so much in recent years w/his inconsistency that i'm not considering him.
With the 7th pick chances are your not getting Foster back so I would keep him. Thier is a chance you could get Peyton back because if most managers are keeping thier QBs then they will be going after RB's and WR's leaving you to take the best QB left on the board. If Peyton is not thier Luck, Newton, R. Wilson will all be sitting thier to choose from.
Foster. QB is extraordinarily deep and after the elite 3 (Brady, Rodgers, Brees) there isn't much difference in likely fantasy point production 10 or so deep. If Peyton is your target he's likely still there in round 3-4, Luck 5-6. Foster will be gone at pick 1 or 2. Good luck.
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