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  1. If KC doesn't draft a RB (or sign a solid one) the guy's gonna put up RB1 numbers, plain and simple. How much of it is a product of KC being so good really isn't relevant for our purposes. Unfortunately my guess is they draft a RB in the mid rounds and it completely muddies the water.
  2. I get what you're saying but if a league member was approached before the draft and given the opportunity to take pick 1 or pick 12, 90%+ are going to take the first pick.
  3. Ingram is interesting. You look at his stats, particularly per touch, and they're phenomenal (granted he's been on a great offense). But when you watch him he seems so ordinary. If you do like a blind stat sheet test you'd think he'd be a great fit for a lot of teams, but I'm afraid he's at least to some degree a product of the system he's been in. I think he could be a middle of the road starting RB, and an upgrade to teams like Houston, Philly, Oakland, Tampa, the Jets, Ravens, etc., but I have a feeling his per touch numbers would take a hit.
  4. No point in going back and forth with a discussion that will change neither of our minds, but I will say this, I think most would agree that virtually everyone I mentioned will be drafted before Thielen.
  5. Hopkins, Adams, Thomas, Julio, AB, OBJ, Hill, Green, Juju, Evans, Allen, Cooper, and Hilton would all be guys I'd take over (and are better than) Thielen. He'd fall into that next category with guys like Cooks, Woods, Diggs.
  6. I think if you listed the top 15-20 WRs you may be surprised. I can't find too many I'd take Thielen over.
  7. Yeah I think Carson is considerably better than Collins. I just think they'll try everything they can to have Penny see more action and we know Carson won't be involved in the passing game. Not sure what his ADP is but I assume it's too high for me personally.
  8. Way too risky IMO. He could end up around the RB5 probably at his absolute ceiling, and we know how low the injury floor would be. I wouldn't even consider him until well into the third round.
  9. He's borderline DND for me. Talent and production are clearly there in abundance, but the injuries are just too much of a concern. I can't stand having to worry about reading blurbs about my players on here, and with Cook it's a nearly daily occurrence. I just can't see him staying healthy. Of course there's a point in the draft were he to slip where you'd just roll the dice, but it'd be late.
  10. That would be a good landing spot for him. I don't think he's quite as good as his stats suggest, and he looks like hot garbage compared to Kamara, but needless to say that really isn't a fair comparison.
  11. Agreed. I think they'll use a mid-round pick on a RB. My point was simply that I wouldn't throw big money at Ingram if I were them.
  12. Stats calculated over a full season: Williams - 1280 total yards, 5.1 YPC, 67 catches, 19 TDs. Ingram - 1087 total yards, 4.7 YPC, 28 catches, 9 TDs.