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  1. Best Snake Draft Position 2018

    I disagree. I look at this list of ranking and see a huge drop off after what they call tier 3. https://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/rankings/consensus-cheatsheets.php After about 1/2 way though the 2rd round. Having someone like Evans is little different than Diggs for my 3rd pick if someone like Baldwin/TY etc. doesn't fall. And, my 4th pick is still great.
  2. Best Snake Draft Position 2018

    That sounds really nasty... You just exemplified why you need to take a RB in the first 2 rounds.
  3. Best Snake Draft Position 2018

    Sure the higher pick is better. Let’s assume #1 is 8% better than #12. But what’s the difference between #13 vs #24? I think it’s much greater. I’d rather have the #12 + #13 picks over #1 + #24 At #13 you’re getting the 2nd or 3rd best WR in the draft. At #24 you’re getting probably a very risky/upside pick. I think with all the RBs going in round one, the dynamics have changed. The Zero RB strategy was once favored (for example). I don’t think anyone will be doing that this year... I do like the idea of auction drafts, but they take more work by the participants. That doesn’t bother me... but most are lazy.
  4. Best Snake Draft Position 2018

    I dislike the first 1/3 the most. The 1st pick is usually fantastic but the 2nd is outside the range of elite players. At #4 you might get Brown, but your next pick might be Mixon. That kind of combo doesn’t excite me. I’d rather draft in the last 1/3 and get 2 elite players...
  5. Best Snake Draft Position 2018

    In practice drafts I’ve done well at #10,11,12 But, there was one draft at #11 that I drafted poorly (the guy I wanted got taken one before me). At #10 was probably the safest. At #12 I like the potential to damage other people’s draft, and still get my targeted players.
  6. Sony Michel 2018 Season Outlook

    I don’t think you can make assumptions based on Sony’s usage in the preseason. I suspect Sony will show skills, but disappoint in actual usage. Many people thought White was going to be the MAN after the Super Bowl heroics... didn’t happen. I usually look at NE RB’s on the waiver wire for streaming, but this year I expect Sony will make Burkhead undervalued. Sony is the riskiest of rookie RBs relative to ADP.
  7. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    The way you (Washington) should want to use CT is like New England uses James White. That’s about 50 carries, 50-75 catches... Washington might be forced to give him a few more on the ground, but they know every time they do they’re playing Russian Roulette. Guice’s job is safer and more secure than any of the rookies, other than Saquon Barkley. The only question here, is how much is his upside limited in the passing game.
  8. Zay Jones 2018 outlook

    Waiver wire fodder with probably the worst QBs in the league. Undraftable.
  9. Corey Davis Season Outlook 2018

    In practice drafts, I’m taking Corey Davis in every one and I’m willing to overdraft him in the real one. I wouldn’t be surprised if he puts up more points than Mike Evans.
  10. Michael Gallup 2018 Season Outlook

    I agree. I’m avoid Cowboys WRs, and I actually like Dak as a QB (but not for fantasy) D. J. Moore has more upside than Gallup as a rookie. But I’ll be taking (most likely) a Jaguar WR as my last WR. M. Lee is my first choice because of volume. But, there’s a good chance 3 Jag WRs put up more points than Gallup, and 2 will likely go undrafted. The last WR taken is often just a placeholder until someone breaks out. I went with Keelan Cole for several weeks last year... Gallup is the 3rd or 4th WR currently on the Cowboys. That’s not draftable in my book...
  11. Michael Gallup 2018 Season Outlook

    Gallup is rightly going undrafted. A rookie WR with Dak spreading the call around. He’s no OBJ athleticly... Odds are he’s a WR4 as a rookie.
  12. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    Those are Howard numbers. My bet is 40 to 45 for Guice.
  13. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    I think people are underestimating a Washington team getting healthy. If the cards fall right they could be 2nd in the division. Alex Smith is better than Eli Manning, is probably better than Dak. Washington doesn’t have the offensive talent of the Giants, but is close to the Eagles and maybe better than the Cowboys. Guice is going to be RB1 productive.
  14. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    I agree. With the rush on RB you’re disadvantaged if you don’t take a RB early. I suppose you could go OBJ, K. Allen, Howard but you’d lack upside at the RB position and will probably be hoping for luck in a later rookie RB. OBJ + Fournette (or OBJ + Cook etc.) sets a solid foundation of every week starters. I’m using OBJ because he’s generally available at the end of the first round, and sometimes falls to the second. Fournette gets drafted roughly the same time as OBJ. Cook never goes 1st round, but is a solid upside pick rounding the curve.
  15. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    I’m not as high on Drake as his ADP, but if he falls I’ll take him. I consider Gore as veteran depth, and a guy chasing records. Gore is no longer a 4 AVE player... D. Williams usage was interesting, and prompted my interest in Ballage. Drake has a high ceiling, but also a low floor. Drake was 3rd round draft pick, and Ballage 4th (if I remember correctly). I’m fairly high on R. Freeman so I won’t be chasing RBs. Once I get my guy in the 1st, I can be patient. (I can only start 2 RBs, but want 4 on roster)