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#1 wbethea

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 08:42 AM

I have the 9th pick in my draft. This is a standard scoring league. I have always gone the RB-RB route in previous drafts, but this year with the uncertainity of clear cut #1 RB's I'm thinking of going RB-WR. I figure Ronnie Brown may fall to the #9 spot do I grab him and then go after Fitz with my 2.02 pick or look at maybe Caddy or JJ with that pick?? Thanks for any input. Post your link and I will try and help with yours.

#2 theduke

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 08:58 AM

i'd still go RB-RB. williams and brown would be a great combination and there are plenty of decent WR's out there...

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 08:59 AM

I have the 9th pick in my draft. This is a standard scoring league. I have always gone the RB-RB route in previous drafts, but this year with the uncertainity of clear cut #1 RB's I'm thinking of going RB-WR. I figure Ronnie Brown may fall to the #9 spot do I grab him and then go after Fitz with my 2.02 pick or look at maybe Caddy or JJ with that pick?? Thanks for any input. Post your link and I will try and help with yours.


No way I go with JJ in rd 2, I would probably pick up Caddy. The pool really drops off after those first 12-15 RBs and I would not want to miss out on them. Just my .02

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 09:03 AM

It depends on the quality of the back which falls to you in the 2nd round. If it is Caddy jump on it, but if not I would consider the WR then, IMO there is a significant drop in the RB available in the 2nd round, after Caddy and Westy (in PPR format).

#5 wbethea

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 09:19 AM

Thanks for everyone's input. That is the way I was leaning of still going RB-RB. I figure I could still probably get Hines, Chambers, Plax in the 3rd round.

#6 dpollaro

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 09:52 AM

I have the same exact pick and same dilemma

however it is 6 pts for passing td


I want ronnie brown reallyt bad, hope he falls to me. I actually hope I can get 2 RBs of the top 11-12 rbs on my board. I am starting to warm up to caddy, but he has a tough schedule.

There is a great chance Peyton falls to me in the 2nd RD...do i grab him? 6 pts tds I think I should, but I think I can get another qb later and good wr's in 3rd and 4th........

sorry to steal your thread..but would like input as well since i have same dilemma...if caddy and rudi are gone....should we take willis

#7 wbethea

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 10:43 AM

I hear ya about the situation. I honestly think Rudi or Ronnie may drop to the #9 spot. The 2nd rd pick is the toughest. Is Willis worth it? Bad QB, questionable OL which means they will be playing from behind alot. I had thought about taking Peyton my 2nd round pick but I think there will be decent QB options later in the draft. I hope more people respond because this is the toughest draft I can remember.