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I think Cobb and Andre Ellington will be available with the 5th pick of the 3rd round, I kept Dez and Antonio Brown. Many teams behind me will keep 2 WR. So do I go with 3 WR or is Ellington going to be a PPR stud?
It sounds like your 3rd round pick is your first pick of the draft and if Ellington is the best RB on the board you need to take him. There will be no RBs coming back in the 4th and you need two, I assume. There are several WRs that will be there in the 5th with good upside. Much more so than RBs. I like both Dez and Brown but where is the keeper value. If you lost a 1st and 2nd rounder to keep them I don't get it. Dez is typically drafted late 1st and Brown late 2nd. Maybe I am missing something?
Its a keep 2 as your 1st and 2nd, no matter the rounds they were drafted in the years before. I could keep Cobb but Brown was the #2 PPR WR last year, and I see many of the same for him this year as not much has changed there.
Keeping Brown over Cobb is the right call. No doubt. All I am saying is that Dez is a late 1st rounder and Brown a late 2nd or early 3rd so you aren't getting great value keeping either. If you threw one or both back in is there any chance you can get someone better if everyone else is burning their first two picks for keepers? They are both great players, don't get me wrong but you'll probably do better just holding on to your first two draft picks no?
Ya, interesting rules. Which pick do you have and how many owners?
And feel free to help me out if you can!
You have to keep 2, so it starts in the 3rd round. Those are my best options as I had Foster/Bush last year, dropped Foster after the Back though, was in the playoffs and held on to Cobb as I thought he would be back a game or two earlier and provide some help.
@DeeToi 5th pick, 10 teams.
So the stud RBs and WRs will all be gone, correct? Aside from the likes of Julio and others who were injured... and you have the option to keep a 3rd or must keep him? Sorry, just trying to give you my best advice haha
Ellington is definitely the right pick to draft if those are the two you're choosing from for the reasoning you stated. He is going to catch a ton of balls this year and has the ability to make big plays from it.
Your RB crew will most likely be terrible if you pass on a RB in the 1st.
thanks all for the responses, Ellington it is!