My NFC season preview.
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I agree on djax, i think he in undervalued. I see no reason to draft the #2-10 wrs, when guys like djax and percy are available cheaper. I don’t see a real difference in reasonable projections. Although you didn’t get to AFC south yet, how cheap is Britt? Maybe his value jumped since the 1-game announcement, but dude has like 12 TD in last 15 games, and was unstoppable in 2 games before injury last year. Just another reason to avoid WRs #2-10.,
I think this is the year to grab a Washington RB. Every single person on earth says “this is a mess, stay away”. I’m down for grabbing one or two (currently royster) and hoping for luck. If royster can get and stay healthy (or if any of them can), there is a huge reward waiting. What draws me to this is that everyone wants to run from it.
Agreed on Cedben, im loving him. Dude has back-to-back-to-back 1,000 campaigns and is now the lead back on an offense that has to respect the pass. he is still undervalued. No mention of Cobb? You dont believe or it is too played out (I’m in a return yards league so he was worth grabbing regardless)?
Seriously, how awesome is russel wilson? dude played minor league baseball, had a monster season at Wisconsin (some ncaa rating system calls him “the asterisk” because he grades out as the best qb of all time but they question his height [if you want to check it http://www.footballoutsiders.com/nfl-draft/2012/lewin-career-forecast-2012), and now won the starting QB job. I drafted him for $1 before the third game just on spec. Hey, the dude runs, so who knows, but i love the story.
‘The AFC Preview will be up Friday.’
you lied to us
Donald – Wide receivers are very, very deep agreed. And the fact there are so many similar options after Calvin, like at least 15 of them also factors in. Agreed about Britt. Could be a monster.
I like your Washington RB strategy. Just take the one who falls furthest.
It’s def. different in return yardage leagues, but as much as I like Cobb’s talent, he’s just in a tough situation (I know that sounds funny since it’s the best passing offense in the NFL). I mean, he’s at best the fourth option in the air, and there’s also talk about James Jones showing up in much better shape. It would take one and possibly two injuries for him to be really relevant. I also don’t think he’s a secret – he’s not exactly last round material. I could be wrong though. Maybe talent wins out in the end, and he’s truly special. Obviously the setup would be terrific if he somehow found himself starting.
Russell Wilson also seems like a really good kid too (not that we can ever truly know this). Your FO link didn’t work. As for his height, I think something like just TWO of his passes were batted down last season. That’s crazy. Love his story, although I hope it doesn’t have a happy ending as a 9er fan.
Jack – Sorry! Got it up Saturday. And just posted it here. My bad. Hope it’s worth the wait.
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