Commissioner Corner Message Board
AP for sure! QB is SUPER deep this year. Scoring settings matter too. Even IF it were QB heavy points, Brady is probably my 4th ranked QB. Brees, Rodgers, and Peyton will be better options.
My suggestions would be:
1) Skipping 2 rounds per year according to where they were drafted, like you said. At a max of 3 years. So a 7th round selection last year could be kept for 3 years, costing a 5th rounder this year, then a 3rd rounder next year, then a 1st rounder the following. This format gives the advantage to managers who picked up sleepers late in the draft (or in free agency), and awards them for it. Guys like A.Morris would cost only a late round pick. You could also put a certain round number on free agents too. Say A.Morris was undrafted...put maybe a 12th round tag on him so it would cost a 10th rounder this year...still a DEAL! Make sure to keep track of how many years a player was already kept also. If that player is traded they should still only be allowed to be kept 3 consecutive times before reinserting them back into the draft.
2) Each keeper costs you your first picks. 1 keeper means you use your 1st round pick, 2 keepers means you use your first 2 picks. You could put a max of 3 years on this as well. This is probably the easiest way.
There are a lot of different ways to run a keeper league, but these seem to be two of the most popular ones.
Hope this helped. Good luck!
If you mean winning the Super Bowl, I agree. If you mean they can't win 10 games, I disagree. Yeah, they lost some key players, but good coaching/recruiting can make up for that. I would say the Bengals are set to win the division this year, but as a life long fan, I won't.
Oh. PPR? Then it's hard to drop Rice. Again, I don't think they will be far apart in points by the end of the season.
Tough choice. These are two of my four keepers in my keeper league. If's your league is PPR you gotta go Rice. In standard scoring I'd normally say Rice again, but I think I give a SLIGHT edge to JC. I'm not so worried about Pierce...though he will likely vulture a few GL TD's this year. Rice will still get his 60+ catches and 1,500 total yds. JC will be around 1,500 total yds too. But if Baltimore has another season like last year, Rice might not play full games in the playoff weeks for FF. KC will likely be fighting for a Wild Card spot, so I'd think Charles will outscore Rice in those weeks. I don't think you could make the wrong choice here. They will probably finish the season within 20 pts. of each other.
- Reply to Nearfall Jun 10, 2013 8:14 AM
Hard to tell till teams officially name their return men...but here are a few possibilities:
If Mariani comes back healthy he's a beast in return leagues.
J.Jones is a good one.
Hilton, though I wouldn't say he's a LATE rounder. Same with Gio Bernard.
Who ever they have return kicks/punts in St. Louis will be good too (Austin or Givens).
Edelman is a good possibility too....ESPECIALLY in IDP leagues...he plays defense occasionally.
Jaquizz Rodgers...even more so when S.Jackson gets hurt.
Dexter McCluster should have a pretty big year too.
That's all I can think of right now. Like I said, it really depends on who gets the job when the season starts. Good luck.