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Looking Ahead to Redrafts 2022: First Four Rounds

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1 hour ago, weepaws said:

You manage to dummy down a best ball system even more, best ball is simply the easiest way to play ff , that’s why those that don’t play ff play best ball, and now you’ve made it even worthless.  And don’t ever call a best ball scoring system a league, it’s not a league. 

Nice.  

Best ball uses the best score at a given position on your roster. That’s why they call it best ball. That’s what we do. You’re just too simple to try it. Thanks. 

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I think it’s important to note that for every player people say is too high, you have to have an equal number of players who are too low. Folks tend to just declare an abundance of players as overvalued but don’t balance it out with undervalued players.

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Don't look now, but New York teams own half of the top 10 picks in next year's draft.

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K Hebert is going to give D Montgomery a big push as the Bears rb1 for next season.  

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Are people really gonna draft Christian McCaffrey in the 1st round next season? 😆

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He’s one of those players I’m really interested in seeing what his early adp is.  

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3 hours ago, polecatt said:

Are people really gonna draft Christian McCaffrey in the 1st round next season? 😆

He should be well-rested, after a couple of years off...

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On 1/6/2022 at 9:35 AM, Hardcore troubadour said:

My one keeper will be Javonte Williams. So no.  But I did have Michel, and watching him side by side with Henderson, who I also had, Michel looked much better.  

Let's move Michel to very late in the 4th. Ok?

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5 hours ago, cavern said:

Let's move Michel to very late in the 4th. Ok?

After last night I wouldn’t even say that now. Akers looked great. 

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1 hour ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

After last night I wouldn’t even say that now. Akers looked great. 

haha - thanks for being a good sport.  i was just poking fun

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Post Super Bowl, Pre-Free Agency Edition:

Round One:

1. Jonathan Taylor 
2. Derrick Henry
3. Dalvin Cook 
4. Nick Chubb
5. Davante Adams
6. Joe Mixon
7. Cooper Kupp
8. Austin Ekeler
9. Christian McCaffrey
10. Ja'Marr Chase
11. Najee Harris
12. Justin Jefferson

Round Two:

13. Alvin Kamara
14. Tyreek Hill 
15. Aaron Jones
16. Antonio Gibson
17. Javonte Williams
18. Deebo Samuel
19. Josh Allen
20. D'Andre Swift
21. Ezekiel Elliott
22. Travis Kelce
23. Stefon Diggs
24. Leonard Fournette

Round Three:

25. Mark Andrews
26. Patrick Mahomes
27. A.J. Brown
28. Justin Herbert
29. James Conner
30. DeAndre Hopkins
31. Josh Jacobs
32. Mike Evans
33. Damien Harris
34. Elijah Mitchell 
35. Mike Williams
36. Saquon Barkley

Round Four:

37. D.K. Metcalf
38. David Montgomery
39. Kyler Murray
40. Chris Godwin
41. Keenan Allen
42. Joe Burrow
43. George Kittle
44. Lamar Jackson
45. CeeDee Lamb
46. Cam Akers
47. Rashaad Penny
48. Tyler Lockett

Honorable mention: Adam Thielen, Diontae Johnson, A.J. Dillon 

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On 1/3/2022 at 3:11 PM, Fumbleweed said:

This is something I like to post on site in early January and then update it every few weeks for a couple of months. The first edition assumes minimal team changes for the following players (which isn't realistic) and does not include potential rookies. This is just a glimpse of what a redraft (non-PPR) might look like for 2022 based upon what is known today. It is meant to generate some discussion, so feel free to disagree and/or offer up alternative choices. QBs are also valued a little higher by me based on some of the scoring systems I play being QB-friendly. 

Round One:

1. Jonathan Taylor 
2. Derrick Henry
3. Nick Chubb
4. Dalvin Cook
5. Davante Adams
6. Joe Mixon
7. Ja'Marr Chase 
8. Austin Ekeler
9. Christian McCaffrey
10. Cooper Kupp 
11. Alvin Kamara
12. Justin Jefferson

Round Two:

13. Najee Harris
14. Tyreek Hill 
15. Aaron Jones
16. Ezekiel Elliott
17. Antonio Gibson
18. Deebo Samuel
19. Josh Allen
20. Javonte Williams 
21. D'Andre Swift
22. Travis Kelce
23. Stefon Diggs
24. Leonard Fournette

Round Three:

25. Mark Andrews
26. Patrick Mahomes
27. Mike Evans
28. Justin Herbert
29. James Conner
30. DeAndre Hopkins
31. Josh Jacobs
32. Mike Williams
33. Damien Harris
34. Elijah Mitchell 
35. D.K. Metcalf
36. Saquon Barkley

Round Four:

37. Keenan Allen
38. David Montgomery
39. Kyler Murray
40. Chris Godwin
41. A.J. Brown
42. Joe Burrow
43. George Kittle
44. Tom Brady
45. CeeDee Lamb
46. Aaron Rodgers
47. Rashaad Penny
48. Tyler Lockett

Honorable mention: Adam Thielen, Diontae Johnson, A.J. Dillon 


Thoughts??

Updated post draft and free agency. 5/11. Changes from original rankings posted in parentheses. NC = No Change

Non-PPR

Round One:

1. Jonathan Taylor (NC)
2. Derrick Henry (NC)
3. Austin Ekeler (+5)
4. Christian McCaffrey (+5)
5. Cooper Kupp (+5)
6. Dalvin Cook (-2)
7. Joe Mixon (-1)
8. Justin Jefferson (+4)
9. Nick Chubb (-6)
10. Ja’Marr Chase (-3)
11. Najee Harris (+2)
12. Alvin Kamara (-1)

Round Two:

13. Deebo Samuel (+5)
14. Leonard Fournette (+10)
15. Davante Adams (-10)
16. Josh Allen (+3)
17. Javonte Williams (+3)
18. Stefon Diggs (+5)
19. Mark Andrews (+6)
20. James Conner (+9)
21. Travis Kelce (+1)
22. D’Andre Swift (-1)
23. Tyreek Hill (-9)
24. Aaron Jones (-9)

Round Three:

25. Mike Evans (+2)
26. Patrick Mahomes (NC)
27. CeeDee Lamb (+18)
28. Ezekiel Elliott (-12)
29. Justin Herbert (-1)
30. A.J. Brown (+11)
31. David Montgomery (+7)
32. Saquon Barkley (+4)
33. Keenan Allen (+4)
34. Antonio Gibson (-17)
35. George Kittle (+8)
36. Elijah Mitchell (-2)

Round Four:

37. Tee Higgins (NEW)
38. D.K. Metcalf (-3)
39. Breece Hall (NEW)
40. Kyle Pitts (NEW)
41. Lamar Jackson (NEW)
42. Amari Cooper (NEW)
43. Josh Jacobs (-12)
44. J.K Dobbins (NEW)
45. Michael Pittman (NEW)
46. Kyler Murray (-7)
47. Cam Akers (NEW)
48. Diontae Johnson (NEW)

Just missed: Tom Brady, Joe Burrow, Damien Harris, Jaylen Waddle

Thoughts? 

 

 

 

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On 1/5/2022 at 8:01 AM, cavern said:

Cam Akers was drafted to be the guy.  if he returns to 100% of his prior ability he definitely would be in the running to earn the starting spot.

coming back from an Achilles injury-A particularly bad injury for RB's.

I'm not sure he will ever be the same as he was.  and if he does fully recover, I'd guess hes at least a half season away from being back to his old self.

hence the speculation.

if Akers does not get this injury we have nothing to discuss because at 100% hes better than anyone in the RB room.    what we dont know is how the injury has affected him.

 

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Don’t know how healthy Akers will be this next season. 

But when he came back last season, he played in five games, four of them were in the post season.  

He had 72 rush att , he avg 2.2 yards per rush.  Henderson might be a very good later round pick. 

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3 hours ago, Fumbleweed said:

12. Alvin Kamara (-1)

I would drop Kamara.   hes likely facing a suspension of sorts.

to me that drops him out of round 1 of drafts in any format.

my best guess is he drops into the 3rd.   usually at that point people are willing to roll the dice regardless of his off field issues.

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13 hours ago, Ray_T said:

coming back from an Achilles injury-A particularly bad injury for RB's.

I'm not sure he will ever be the same as he was.  and if he does fully recover, I'd guess hes at least a half season away from being back to his old self.

hence the speculation.

if Akers does not get this injury we have nothing to discuss because at 100% hes better than anyone in the RB room.    what we dont know is how the injury has affected him.

 

to be fair, someone was discussing that, perhaps, Sony Michel (as a ram) should be included in the projected first 4 rounds of next year's fantasy draft, and my comments were rebutting that notion.  yes, Cam may never fully recover, but he is a major reason why Sony Michel is not someone the Rams fought to keep (and then start)

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D Montgomery in the third round might not be a good move, I read that he has been being used both as the lead rb and playing on ST this preseason.   I Herbert who has a great adp I think might be making that more of a RBBC.  

I find it interesting that the bears would even risk Montgomery if he is indeed their true rb1.  I don’t think that will be the case.  

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23 hours ago, weepaws said:

D Montgomery in the third round might not be a good move, I read that he has been being used both as the lead rb and playing on ST this preseason.   I Herbert who has a great adp I think might be making that more of a RBBC.  

I find it interesting that the bears would even risk Montgomery if he is indeed their true rb1.  I don’t think that will be the case.  

ugh - any insight as to what role on ST?

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No, I saw it on two different sites. I just find it interesting that a teams listed rb1 is playing on ST , and a quote from Montgomery about doing so, what ever I can do to help the team.  

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4 minutes ago, weepaws said:

No, I saw it on two different sites. I just find it interesting that a teams listed rb1 is playing on ST , and a quote from Montgomery about doing so, what ever I can do to help the team.  

yeah - often the KR is a back up running back

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