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I am in a 10 team non PPR league and was wanting some thoughts on taking Lacy 1 overall. I was going to go AP, but after thinking about it Lacy is in a better offense and has a very high ceiling. Am I crazy for thinking about taking Lacy at this spot?
Not at all. Lacy led ALL running backs in rushing last year starting in week 5 and on. The guy is young and on a good team that will get him a lot of scoring chances.
Now saying all that... there is some backs I would rather have over Lacy... not many but to name a few McCoy or Forte... but Lacy is still a top 5 over all back and player I think on a team that will give him scoring chances.
I would STILL take Lacy with a top 5 pick.. I would... but remember how high we were on sophomores Doug Martin and Trent Richardson the last few years? What they done since? but I do like Lacy.
And bottom line... If you really want him...take him... because there is ZERO chance he will get back to you... so if you want him...take him.
- 1 Reply to A Yahoo! User
def true, but you have to look the production of lacy when rogers was on and off the field w injury, which def increased his stock and opportunities this year, def love the guy but would pick the "big 4" first them him
no bro, your crazy for asking people on this forum what to do with YOUR draft pick… charles rolled his ankle moving boxes out of his dorm and had to get a X-ray and mri (strange makes you think it was worse than they make it sound) and mccoy already has a minor case of turf toe… if you feel like gambling go with forte in my opinion eddie lacy is a little bit of a stretch for #1 id rather go calvin johnson at #1 than lacy
- 1 Reply to Mike Tolokan
Thanks, the reason I was shying away from Charles and McCoy is because Charles is working with a offense that got worse in the off season and McCoy now has Sproles to compete with along with a "small" turf toe injury which is always bad news for running backs.
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