Originally posted by eamjr10:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
I agree with you
thats why I said I'd take Rodgers #1
I dont feel comfortable taking a 2nd year QB with the #1 pick. Newton is a great talent and I know he broke records last year but I'd rather go with the proven QB and the best QB in the league, Rodgers. You know what you're getting with Rodgers. With Newton you're hoping he gets even better. Too risky to pick over Rodgers or Brady imo
Absolutely...the dropoff from Rodgers/Brady/Brees to the 2nd tier QBs is pretty significant. (Stafford could
be knocking on that door, but his numbers rely a lot on Megatron...I wouldn't take him in the first round either)
If I can't get one of those three guys then I'll grab a top RB and get my QB in a later round (prob. 2nd) depening on whats available...WRs are very deep this season, there will be solid receivers available in the 3-5 rounds.
This is definitely a season I want a Top 6 pick though lol
I'm changing up the topic a little here gents, since I think it's related.
I would probably go Cam #1, but my strategy has always been to go RB, RB, WR, RB then QB.
Sometimes this can be risky, if you are left with Garbage QBs. One year I got f**ked because I was left with Brett Favre (last year in Minne) and it pretty much ruined me.
But I went 12-1 last year and had a phenomenal draft. Ray Rice, Michael Turner, Dwayne Bowe (meh, sucked towards the end when Cassel went down) and then I picked up Matt Schaub in round 5.
So I usually wait to draft a QB til round 4 or 5 but wit QBs putting up the most points in fantasy it seems like you almost have to draft one in round 1.