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2013 ADP Steals


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#1 RMJ_12

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 11:52 AM

I realize there are already a few threads that resemble this one but I wanted to wait until closer to the season to start talking about ADP's and who will be a steal based on where you can draft them.

Here are a few guys I like at their current ADP:

Aaron Rodgers 2.08
Drew Brees 3.01
Darren McFadden 3.07 (i know, i know)
Roddy White 3.11
Victor Cruz 4.03
Jordy Nelson 4.09
Eric Decker 6.04
RGIII 7.04
Andrew Luck 7.06
Cecil Shorts 7.11
Miles Austin 8.03
Josh Gordon 8.11
Eli Manning 9.07
Vincent Brown 10.03
Justin Blackmon 10.10
Jordan Cameron 13.11
Ryan Tannehill 14.05
Cleveland D/ST 14.06

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 12:11 PM

Vincent Jackson 4.03
Danario Alexander 7.06
Michael Floyd 11.04
Pierre Thomas 11.06 (I'm still hoping they give him a bigger role rather than splitting carries with Ingram)

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 12:37 PM

Dwayne Bowe 4.08

I'm loving Dwayne Bowe this year. Andy Reid, an upgrade at QB, and a passing game that will go through him, I'm all over it.

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 12:43 PM

Dwayne Bowe 4.08

I'm loving Dwayne Bowe this year. Andy Reid, an upgrade at QB, and a passing game that will go through him, I'm all over it.


Doug Pederson at OC, watch out. lol

Wake up.


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Posted 03 July 2013 - 01:22 PM

Trent Richardson 1.10

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 01:56 PM

Graham 2.08
Brees 3.01
White 3.11
A. Brown 6.02
M. Williams 9.02
P. Thomas 11.06

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***Follow along this season on our thread in the "Your League" forum on RW***

 

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 04:19 PM

I realize there are already a few threads that resemble this one but I wanted to wait until closer to the season to start talking about ADP's and who will be a steal based on where you can draft them.

Here are a few guys I like at their current ADP:

Aaron Rodgers 2.08
Drew Brees 3.01
Darren McFadden 3.07 (i know, i know)
Roddy White 3.11
Victor Cruz 4.03
Jordy Nelson 4.09
Eric Decker 6.04
RGIII 7.04
Andrew Luck 7.06
Cecil Shorts 7.11
Miles Austin 8.03
Josh Gordon 8.11
Eli Manning 9.07
Vincent Brown 10.03
Justin Blackmon 10.10
Jordan Cameron 13.11
Ryan Tannehill 14.05
Cleveland D/ST 14.06


Agree on Cruz and possibly Shorts........that's about it.

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 04:28 PM


I realize there are already a few threads that resemble this one but I wanted to wait until closer to the season to start talking about ADP's and who will be a steal based on where you can draft them.

Here are a few guys I like at their current ADP:

Aaron Rodgers 2.08
Drew Brees 3.01
Darren McFadden 3.07 (i know, i know)
Roddy White 3.11
Victor Cruz 4.03
Jordy Nelson 4.09
Eric Decker 6.04
RGIII 7.04
Andrew Luck 7.06
Cecil Shorts 7.11
Miles Austin 8.03
Josh Gordon 8.11
Eli Manning 9.07
Vincent Brown 10.03
Justin Blackmon 10.10
Jordan Cameron 13.11
Ryan Tannehill 14.05
Cleveland D/ST 14.06


I'm definitely on board with Nelson, Decker, Miles, and Blackmon at those ADPs. These guys, as well as many others (such as Antonio Brown and Mike Williams--also mentioned in this thread), are why you shouldn't be using up a pick in the first two rounds on a WR. There is tons of quality at the position all the way through the draft.

Unlike most of the RBs going even rounds before some of the aforementioned names, these guys aren't lottery tickets. They've all shown the capability to produce in the NFL.

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 05:39 PM


I realize there are already a few threads that resemble this one but I wanted to wait until closer to the season to start talking about ADP's and who will be a steal based on where you can draft them.

Here are a few guys I like at their current ADP:

Aaron Rodgers 2.08
Drew Brees 3.01
Darren McFadden 3.07 (i know, i know)
Roddy White 3.11
Victor Cruz 4.03
Jordy Nelson 4.09
Eric Decker 6.04
RGIII 7.04
Andrew Luck 7.06
Cecil Shorts 7.11
Miles Austin 8.03
Josh Gordon 8.11
Eli Manning 9.07
Vincent Brown 10.03
Justin Blackmon 10.10
Jordan Cameron 13.11
Ryan Tannehill 14.05
Cleveland D/ST 14.06


I'm definitely on board with Nelson, Decker, Miles, and Blackmon at those ADPs. These guys, as well as many others (such as Antonio Brown and Mike Williams--also mentioned in this thread), are why you shouldn't be using up a pick in the first two rounds on a WR. There is tons of quality at the position all the way through the draft.

Unlike most of the RBs going even rounds before some of the aforementioned names, these guys aren't lottery tickets. They've all shown the capability to produce in the NFL.

also why I think its well worth it to take Rodgers and Brees this year with their lower than normal adp's even with the QB depth this year

Edited by RMJ_12, 03 July 2013 - 05:44 PM.


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Posted 03 July 2013 - 06:22 PM

I think with the current TE climate, Witten is a huge steal.

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 10:45 PM

I think you're a huge steal

Keeper MLB Roto

 

 

C: Salvador Perez

1B: Miguel Cabrera

2B: Dee Gordon

SS: Starlin Castro

3B: Nolan Arenado

LF: Brandon Moss

CF: Adam Jones

RF: Anthony Gose/ Aoki

Util: Pablo Sandoval

SP: Anibal Sanchez, Scott Kazmir, John Lackey, Jason Hammel, CC Sabathia, Tim Hudson

RP: Greg Holland, Chris Hatcher, Jeurys Familia

DL: Jayson Werth, Koji Uehera, Sean Doolittle, Hin Jyun Ryu. AAA: Matt Adams, Clint Frazier, Empty Spot.


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Posted 09 July 2013 - 12:49 AM

I think these threads actually tend to make more sense for each site's specific rankings. ADP's can vary from site to site, a player that's an ADP steal on say, Yahoo!, might be overranked on ESPN.

You really have to know who's an ADP steal for the site you'll be drafting on, otherwise it doesn't really help.

I think a specific thread for each of the main sites (at the very least, Yahoo! and ESPN) would keep the discussions very on-point.

It's one of the reasons I actually try to avoid referencing the ADP's at FFCalculator - you're only drafting your final team on one site. Knowing the rankings for other sites really does nothing to help your draft for a specific site.

2015 Rotoworld Mock Draft Real League - 14-Team 0.5 PPR + ALL TDs = 6PTs:

_____STARTING LINEUP_______________.............._____BENCH_______________________
QB : Tom Brady..............(07.03)............. QB - Matthew Stafford.....(04.12)
WR1: Breshad Perriman.......(06.12)............. RB - Lorenzo Taliaferro...(08.12)
WR2: Marquess Wilson........(UD.FA)............. RB - Javorius Allen.......(09.03)
RB1: Arian Foster...........(01.14)............. RB - Chris Polk...........(UD.FA)
RB2: LeSean McCoy...........(02.09)............. WR - Dorial Green-Beckham.(10.12)
FLEX1: RB Frank Gore........(02.12)............. RB - Josh Robinson........(15.03)
FLEX2: RB Darren McFadden...(05.03)............. WR - Donte Moncrief.......(12.03)
TE : Eric Ebron.............(13.03)............. RB - Zach Zenner..........(UD.FA)

#13 SpartanEric

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 01:28 AM

Just a few off the top of my head w/out doing any research (have done a few mocks):

Ahmad Bradshaw
Jason Witten
Dwayne Bowe
Greg Jennings
Matthew Stafford
Tony Romo
Larry Fitzgerald
Michael Floyd
Josh Gordon
DeMarco Murray
Hakeem Nicks
Vernon Davis

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 09:37 AM

I like Torrey Smith as a adp bargain. I love his chances to crush his personal best's in receptions and yards. 80 1200 10.
16-Team PPR, 2-Keeper
QB-Luck
RB-L. Miller, L. Murray, R. Matthews,
WR-D. Hopkins, K. Allen, A. Robinson, P. Garcon, M. Bryant, T. Montgomery
TE-D. Walker, L. Green
DEF-Panthers, Packers
K-D. Hopkins

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 04:44 PM

Hmm Torrey Smith I was thinking of drafting him but will he expand his route tree now that hes the main guy. I feel like the past 2 years hes been mainly a deep threat or a guy who sorta got lucky with some long catches. If hes capable of expanding his routes then I would gladly want him but does anyone know if he will?

Keeper MLB Roto

 

 

C: Salvador Perez

1B: Miguel Cabrera

2B: Dee Gordon

SS: Starlin Castro

3B: Nolan Arenado

LF: Brandon Moss

CF: Adam Jones

RF: Anthony Gose/ Aoki

Util: Pablo Sandoval

SP: Anibal Sanchez, Scott Kazmir, John Lackey, Jason Hammel, CC Sabathia, Tim Hudson

RP: Greg Holland, Chris Hatcher, Jeurys Familia

DL: Jayson Werth, Koji Uehera, Sean Doolittle, Hin Jyun Ryu. AAA: Matt Adams, Clint Frazier, Empty Spot.


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Posted 09 July 2013 - 04:54 PM

I like Torrey Smith as a adp bargain.



Agree. He hasn't been mentioned much but I feel like he has plenty of value at his ADP.

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 07:36 PM

Greg Jennings is good value at his ADP... he's the clear # 1 on the vikings and is a talented receiver. People are overlooking him. I also like Ivory and Reggie Bush where they're going

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 08:52 AM

I don't like Torrey Smith as much when he's getting double-teamed every game all-game.

Wake up.


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Posted 10 July 2013 - 02:13 PM

Pitta is going to be leaned on heavily in that passing game... would be SHOCKED if he didn't lead the team in rec and rec yds

2015 FF 12tm 1/2 PPR

 

QB - Romo

RB - Ingram, Stewart (Foster, Cobb, Artis-Payne)

WR - Dez, Cobb, Maclin (DGB, Dorsett)

TE - Eifert (Gates)

W/R - Vereen

W/T -  Charles Johnson

K - Tucker

Def -  Dolphins

 


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Posted 10 July 2013 - 08:13 PM

Pitta is going to be leaned on heavily in that passing game... would be SHOCKED if he didn't lead the team in rec and rec yds


Shocked? Honestly? Just for reference, ESPN is projecting Smith to produce 302 more receiving yards than Pitta.