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Michael Dimitras
I have the option to choose whether I draft from the #3 slot of #14 slot in my 14 team league. ...View Full Question
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Absolutely. Matthews has not really shown anything while Prosise is a future prospect. It is worth it to roll the dice here
Scott Ballard
I get one player and my choices are DeVante Parker, Sammy Watkins and Jay Ajayi. 0.5 ppr, 2RB, 2WR, 1 Flex...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Watkins and it's not even close.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Assuming it costs you the same to keep any of those three, I'd go with Watkins.
Daniel Fjelland
12 team, .5 PPR, 2 keeper league. I have already decided on keeping Brandon "watch me punt this football into the stands" Marshall in the 5t...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Out of those options I'd go with woodhead.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    At that cost, A-Rob, Parker and Edelman aren't much of a value. It's pretty much even with their ADP with the exception of Parker, who is actually going a round later. Woodhead's ADP is in late 7th, so he would give you a nice bargain, especially in .5 PPR.
Hien Bui
Who should I keep in my PPR League? I can only choose 3...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Lockett and Rawls are two obvious choices. Benji isn't a big value. I'd rather keep Snead, who is going in the 10th.
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Agreed. Rawls and Lockett for sure, then Benjamin if you have to keep a third.
Curtis Willerton
12 Team Half PPR keeper league, can only keep 4 of the following:...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Without knowing league specifics and assuming it costs you the same to keep each player, I'd say Brown, Gurley, Johnson and Green in that order. That's four first-round picks. I'd take Bell over Green if he was playing 16 games. Gronk is Gronk, but TE is deep enough you can find decent production later in the draft.
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Latavius Murray without a doubt.
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    Jabez Wesly (500 Reputation Points)
    Ajayi. Not many backs come back from Achilles tears, so I doubt Arian will be a factor (he had under 3ypc last year as well). Murray will legitimately be pushed by Deandre Washington
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    Michael Dimitras (293 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Darren
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Howard easily, Crowell and Bryant
Kendall Ravin Lewis
Put together a preliminary budget for this year's auction and I've got limited to spend on TEs but these two are there at 7 and 8 ADP, respectively....View Full Question
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Graham
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Graham. I just have no trust in Eifert to stay healthy.
Kevin Fisher
Dez Bryant. Mike Evans. Sammy Watkins. Alshon Jeffery.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    Tough choices. I'd lean towards keeping Dez Bryant and Mike Evans from this group. I believe that Dez is the best of this group and Evans is just 22 with a QB who will only get better.
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Dez and Mike
Robert Lampert
Pick three keepers. They cost a 1st, 2nd & 3rd round draft pick. 10 team PPR league....View Full Question
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    Salvador Car (433 Reputation Points)
    let go of charles for sure
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Odell, Charles, and McCoy. WR2s are plentiful this year and running backs are not, and while I like Jordy I don't like him more than the other three
MrFalcon
I won my league last year and still have Odell Beckham as my keeper in the 12 round (you get to keep a player for 2 years). So my strategy this year ...View Full Question
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Charles isn't losing any more snaps than he has in the past, he always excels with limited touches that's how it's always been. He's my guy
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I'd rank them Charles > Lacy > Martin > Ingram out of those four. I like the plan to go RB-RB with everyone else going WR (and especially since you already have Beckham Jr.), but as always I'd still take best player available if one of the top guys drop or if those in the 2nd tier (Dez, Jordy, Alshon, Demaryius) seem less risky than the best RB available.
bengardner13 .
I lose my pick to the right of each player. Half point PPR league. Thanks in advance for your opionion!...View Full Question
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    Small Paul (484 Reputation Points)
    Well, basically the only viable options are Landry and Woodhead here. The other players, you are giving up a higher round than what they are currently going at so would not get any value from them. I would probably go with Landry as he would see a ton of targets as per usual and will likely catch a few more TDs than last year. I don't really like keeping QBs since they are so interchangeable.
AJ
My league is 10 man, .5 PPR. I'm at 5th position and I already know that by the time it's my turn to draft, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, Julio Jones,...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt's advice is sound. I'd probably lean toward either Dez or AJ.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    I'd probably go with a RB with PPR upside like David Johnson but I would probably also consider AJ Green and Dez Bryant.
Verhaege Family
Can keep 2, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jefferies, Allen Robinson, Damaryius Thomas and Lamar Miller.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    A-Rob and Miller would be my two choices. Marshall is a great option, but assuming you can keep A-Rob for multiple years, his youth gives him an edge. He's a top-five pick in dynasty leagues right now. If you wanted to argue Alshon over Miller, I wouldn't put up a big fight, but Miller is a top-end RB. DT is no joke, either. If you can trade the guys you don't keep and get something back, I'd explore that.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Miller and Robinson. I am high on Marshall as always but I like the younger Robinson to really emerge this year.
Jake Sanders
5 VOTES
T.Y. Hilton T. Hilton WR IND @ LA Projected FP: 12.16 Proj FP: 12.16
4 VOTES
Jordan Howard J. Howard RB ATL @ CHI Projected FP: 13.67 Proj FP: 13.67
0 VOTES
Davante Adams D. Adams WR SEA @ GB Projected FP: 6.51 Proj FP: 6.51
4 VOTES
Michael Crabtree M. Crabtree WR OAK @ TEN Projected FP: 10.73 Proj FP: 10.73
edgar colon
QB Cam Newton, RB La'veon Bell,RB Doug Martin, WR DeAndre Hopkins,WR Odell beckman...who would you keep?
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Bell and Odell
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    Robert Lampert (471 Reputation Points)
    Keep Lev Bell, and Odell Beckham Jr. for sure. Nuk Hopkins is going to have the best quarterback he's ever had throwing him the ball and he'll be playing mad while trying to earn a new contract. Drop the muscle hamster and crybaby Fig Newton to the draft pool. You may be able to pick both of them up for your 2016 roster.
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    I like Brandon Marshall a lot and I don't like Demaryius with that QB problem at all, but you definitely have to keep those pair of running backs I think. Cooks is good and I like a guy like Keenan Allen or Randall Cobb maybe to go with him, thats a pretty solid start.
    You can grab some WRs later that could produce, maybe take a flyer on Josh Gordon if you feel comfortable with the rest of your team comes around.
    Good Luck!
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Kacee. Team 3.
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    As Austan stated, David Johnson and Beckham Jr. are no-brainers--they are the highest rated for this year (and years to come) with almost the lowest cost (13th and 14th round). If you're in full win now mode, then I'd go with Devonta Freeman as he should be great again this year. However, I'm not as excited with his long term outlook as he's got a younger, arguably more talented RB (Tevin Coleman) on his own team and I believe WR's are less volatile than RB's from one year to the next. So, I might roll the dice on Kelvin Benjamin or, if you're really feeling risky, Josh Gordon as if things go right they could be better keepers in the future than Freeman at a lower cost this year.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    OBJ and Johnson are clear must-keeps. I'd probably go Freeman with the other.
Jeremy
I'm curious how you guys would value younger guys in a league with 2 keepers for your first 2 picks. How high would you have guys like Zeke Elliott or...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
wsc79 .
My second keeper was going to be L.Bell in the 9th (since his rookie year). However with his suspension I am considering dropping him and keeping one...View Full Question
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I think I'd go with David Johnson in the 8th. That's much better value than Hopkins in the 3rd--depending on format, I might go David Johnson over Hopkins even if the cost was the same. I'm sure it's tough to lose Bell, but with his history (both injury and suspensions), it's probably time to cut him loose since you have another great option.
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    bengardner13 . (500 Reputation Points)
    Johnson in the 8th
Jeremy
I need advice on who to keep. Up to 2 keepers, essentially for the first 2 picks of the draft. 10 Team standard. ...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I'd go with Marshall and Evans, too. I could probably be talked into McCoy, but Martin and Rawls aren't in the mix, at least for me.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Evans and Marshall. RB are a mess this year. Plus if you are dropping McCoy you may be able to pick him up in the third round. Martin is too hit or miss and Rawls may lose the starting job or get stuck in a time share out in Seattle.
Michael Dimitras
I have the option to choose whether I draft from the #3 slot of #14 slot in my 14 team league. ...View Full Question
Jake Sanders
5 VOTES
T.Y. Hilton T. Hilton WR IND @ LA Projected FP: 12.16 Proj FP: 12.16
4 VOTES
Jordan Howard J. Howard RB ATL @ CHI Projected FP: 13.67 Proj FP: 13.67
0 VOTES
Davante Adams D. Adams WR SEA @ GB Projected FP: 6.51 Proj FP: 6.51
4 VOTES
Michael Crabtree M. Crabtree WR OAK @ TEN Projected FP: 10.73 Proj FP: 10.73
Kendall Ravin Lewis
Put together a preliminary budget for this year's auction and I've got limited to spend on TEs but these two are there at 7 and 8 ADP, respectively....View Full Question
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Graham
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Graham. I just have no trust in Eifert to stay healthy.
edgar colon
QB Cam Newton, RB La'veon Bell,RB Doug Martin, WR DeAndre Hopkins,WR Odell beckman...who would you keep?
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Bell and Odell
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    Robert Lampert (471 Reputation Points)
    Keep Lev Bell, and Odell Beckham Jr. for sure. Nuk Hopkins is going to have the best quarterback he's ever had throwing him the ball and he'll be playing mad while trying to earn a new contract. Drop the muscle hamster and crybaby Fig Newton to the draft pool. You may be able to pick both of them up for your 2016 roster.
Robert Lampert
Pick three keepers. They cost a 1st, 2nd & 3rd round draft pick. 10 team PPR league....View Full Question
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    Salvador Car (433 Reputation Points)
    let go of charles for sure
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Odell, Charles, and McCoy. WR2s are plentiful this year and running backs are not, and while I like Jordy I don't like him more than the other three
Daniel Fjelland
12 team, .5 PPR, 2 keeper league. I have already decided on keeping Brandon "watch me punt this football into the stands" Marshall in the 5t...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Out of those options I'd go with woodhead.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    At that cost, A-Rob, Parker and Edelman aren't much of a value. It's pretty much even with their ADP with the exception of Parker, who is actually going a round later. Woodhead's ADP is in late 7th, so he would give you a nice bargain, especially in .5 PPR.
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    As Austan stated, David Johnson and Beckham Jr. are no-brainers--they are the highest rated for this year (and years to come) with almost the lowest cost (13th and 14th round). If you're in full win now mode, then I'd go with Devonta Freeman as he should be great again this year. However, I'm not as excited with his long term outlook as he's got a younger, arguably more talented RB (Tevin Coleman) on his own team and I believe WR's are less volatile than RB's from one year to the next. So, I might roll the dice on Kelvin Benjamin or, if you're really feeling risky, Josh Gordon as if things go right they could be better keepers in the future than Freeman at a lower cost this year.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    OBJ and Johnson are clear must-keeps. I'd probably go Freeman with the other.
bengardner13 .
I lose my pick to the right of each player. Half point PPR league. Thanks in advance for your opionion!...View Full Question
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    Small Paul (484 Reputation Points)
    Well, basically the only viable options are Landry and Woodhead here. The other players, you are giving up a higher round than what they are currently going at so would not get any value from them. I would probably go with Landry as he would see a ton of targets as per usual and will likely catch a few more TDs than last year. I don't really like keeping QBs since they are so interchangeable.
Curtis Willerton
12 Team Half PPR keeper league, can only keep 4 of the following:...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Without knowing league specifics and assuming it costs you the same to keep each player, I'd say Brown, Gurley, Johnson and Green in that order. That's four first-round picks. I'd take Bell over Green if he was playing 16 games. Gronk is Gronk, but TE is deep enough you can find decent production later in the draft.
wsc79 .
My second keeper was going to be L.Bell in the 9th (since his rookie year). However with his suspension I am considering dropping him and keeping one...View Full Question
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I think I'd go with David Johnson in the 8th. That's much better value than Hopkins in the 3rd--depending on format, I might go David Johnson over Hopkins even if the cost was the same. I'm sure it's tough to lose Bell, but with his history (both injury and suspensions), it's probably time to cut him loose since you have another great option.
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    bengardner13 . (500 Reputation Points)
    Johnson in the 8th
Verhaege Family
Can keep 2, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jefferies, Allen Robinson, Damaryius Thomas and Lamar Miller.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    A-Rob and Miller would be my two choices. Marshall is a great option, but assuming you can keep A-Rob for multiple years, his youth gives him an edge. He's a top-five pick in dynasty leagues right now. If you wanted to argue Alshon over Miller, I wouldn't put up a big fight, but Miller is a top-end RB. DT is no joke, either. If you can trade the guys you don't keep and get something back, I'd explore that.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Miller and Robinson. I am high on Marshall as always but I like the younger Robinson to really emerge this year.
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    Michael Dimitras (293 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Darren
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Howard easily, Crowell and Bryant
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Absolutely. Matthews has not really shown anything while Prosise is a future prospect. It is worth it to roll the dice here
Kevin Fisher
Dez Bryant. Mike Evans. Sammy Watkins. Alshon Jeffery.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    Tough choices. I'd lean towards keeping Dez Bryant and Mike Evans from this group. I believe that Dez is the best of this group and Evans is just 22 with a QB who will only get better.
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Dez and Mike
Scott Ballard
I get one player and my choices are DeVante Parker, Sammy Watkins and Jay Ajayi. 0.5 ppr, 2RB, 2WR, 1 Flex...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Watkins and it's not even close.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Assuming it costs you the same to keep any of those three, I'd go with Watkins.
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    I like Brandon Marshall a lot and I don't like Demaryius with that QB problem at all, but you definitely have to keep those pair of running backs I think. Cooks is good and I like a guy like Keenan Allen or Randall Cobb maybe to go with him, thats a pretty solid start.
    You can grab some WRs later that could produce, maybe take a flyer on Josh Gordon if you feel comfortable with the rest of your team comes around.
    Good Luck!
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Kacee. Team 3.
MrFalcon
I won my league last year and still have Odell Beckham as my keeper in the 12 round (you get to keep a player for 2 years). So my strategy this year ...View Full Question
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Charles isn't losing any more snaps than he has in the past, he always excels with limited touches that's how it's always been. He's my guy
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I'd rank them Charles > Lacy > Martin > Ingram out of those four. I like the plan to go RB-RB with everyone else going WR (and especially since you already have Beckham Jr.), but as always I'd still take best player available if one of the top guys drop or if those in the 2nd tier (Dez, Jordy, Alshon, Demaryius) seem less risky than the best RB available.
Hien Bui
Who should I keep in my PPR League? I can only choose 3...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Lockett and Rawls are two obvious choices. Benji isn't a big value. I'd rather keep Snead, who is going in the 10th.
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Agreed. Rawls and Lockett for sure, then Benjamin if you have to keep a third.
Jeremy
I'm curious how you guys would value younger guys in a league with 2 keepers for your first 2 picks. How high would you have guys like Zeke Elliott or...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
AJ
My league is 10 man, .5 PPR. I'm at 5th position and I already know that by the time it's my turn to draft, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, Julio Jones,...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt's advice is sound. I'd probably lean toward either Dez or AJ.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    I'd probably go with a RB with PPR upside like David Johnson but I would probably also consider AJ Green and Dez Bryant.
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Latavius Murray without a doubt.
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    Jabez Wesly (500 Reputation Points)
    Ajayi. Not many backs come back from Achilles tears, so I doubt Arian will be a factor (he had under 3ypc last year as well). Murray will legitimately be pushed by Deandre Washington
Jeremy
I need advice on who to keep. Up to 2 keepers, essentially for the first 2 picks of the draft. 10 Team standard. ...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I'd go with Marshall and Evans, too. I could probably be talked into McCoy, but Martin and Rawls aren't in the mix, at least for me.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Evans and Marshall. RB are a mess this year. Plus if you are dropping McCoy you may be able to pick him up in the third round. Martin is too hit or miss and Rawls may lose the starting job or get stuck in a time share out in Seattle.
Michael Dimitras
I have the option to choose whether I draft from the #3 slot of #14 slot in my 14 team league. ...View Full Question
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    Michael Dimitras (293 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Darren
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Howard easily, Crowell and Bryant
Jake Sanders
5 VOTES
T.Y. Hilton T. Hilton WR IND @ LA Projected FP: 12.16 Proj FP: 12.16
4 VOTES
Jordan Howard J. Howard RB ATL @ CHI Projected FP: 13.67 Proj FP: 13.67
0 VOTES
Davante Adams D. Adams WR SEA @ GB Projected FP: 6.51 Proj FP: 6.51
4 VOTES
Michael Crabtree M. Crabtree WR OAK @ TEN Projected FP: 10.73 Proj FP: 10.73
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Absolutely. Matthews has not really shown anything while Prosise is a future prospect. It is worth it to roll the dice here
Kendall Ravin Lewis
Put together a preliminary budget for this year's auction and I've got limited to spend on TEs but these two are there at 7 and 8 ADP, respectively....View Full Question
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    Darren Wolford (536 Reputation Points)
    Graham
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Graham. I just have no trust in Eifert to stay healthy.
Kevin Fisher
Dez Bryant. Mike Evans. Sammy Watkins. Alshon Jeffery.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    Tough choices. I'd lean towards keeping Dez Bryant and Mike Evans from this group. I believe that Dez is the best of this group and Evans is just 22 with a QB who will only get better.
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Dez and Mike
edgar colon
QB Cam Newton, RB La'veon Bell,RB Doug Martin, WR DeAndre Hopkins,WR Odell beckman...who would you keep?
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    Samuel Marshall (377 Reputation Points)
    Bell and Odell
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    Robert Lampert (471 Reputation Points)
    Keep Lev Bell, and Odell Beckham Jr. for sure. Nuk Hopkins is going to have the best quarterback he's ever had throwing him the ball and he'll be playing mad while trying to earn a new contract. Drop the muscle hamster and crybaby Fig Newton to the draft pool. You may be able to pick both of them up for your 2016 roster.
Scott Ballard
I get one player and my choices are DeVante Parker, Sammy Watkins and Jay Ajayi. 0.5 ppr, 2RB, 2WR, 1 Flex...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Watkins and it's not even close.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Assuming it costs you the same to keep any of those three, I'd go with Watkins.
Robert Lampert
Pick three keepers. They cost a 1st, 2nd & 3rd round draft pick. 10 team PPR league....View Full Question
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    Salvador Car (433 Reputation Points)
    let go of charles for sure
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Odell, Charles, and McCoy. WR2s are plentiful this year and running backs are not, and while I like Jordy I don't like him more than the other three
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    I like Brandon Marshall a lot and I don't like Demaryius with that QB problem at all, but you definitely have to keep those pair of running backs I think. Cooks is good and I like a guy like Keenan Allen or Randall Cobb maybe to go with him, thats a pretty solid start.
    You can grab some WRs later that could produce, maybe take a flyer on Josh Gordon if you feel comfortable with the rest of your team comes around.
    Good Luck!
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I agree with Kacee. Team 3.
Daniel Fjelland
12 team, .5 PPR, 2 keeper league. I have already decided on keeping Brandon "watch me punt this football into the stands" Marshall in the 5t...View Full Question
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Out of those options I'd go with woodhead.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    At that cost, A-Rob, Parker and Edelman aren't much of a value. It's pretty much even with their ADP with the exception of Parker, who is actually going a round later. Woodhead's ADP is in late 7th, so he would give you a nice bargain, especially in .5 PPR.
MrFalcon
I won my league last year and still have Odell Beckham as my keeper in the 12 round (you get to keep a player for 2 years). So my strategy this year ...View Full Question
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    Alex Venti (520 Reputation Points)
    Charles isn't losing any more snaps than he has in the past, he always excels with limited touches that's how it's always been. He's my guy
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I'd rank them Charles > Lacy > Martin > Ingram out of those four. I like the plan to go RB-RB with everyone else going WR (and especially since you already have Beckham Jr.), but as always I'd still take best player available if one of the top guys drop or if those in the 2nd tier (Dez, Jordy, Alshon, Demaryius) seem less risky than the best RB available.
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    As Austan stated, David Johnson and Beckham Jr. are no-brainers--they are the highest rated for this year (and years to come) with almost the lowest cost (13th and 14th round). If you're in full win now mode, then I'd go with Devonta Freeman as he should be great again this year. However, I'm not as excited with his long term outlook as he's got a younger, arguably more talented RB (Tevin Coleman) on his own team and I believe WR's are less volatile than RB's from one year to the next. So, I might roll the dice on Kelvin Benjamin or, if you're really feeling risky, Josh Gordon as if things go right they could be better keepers in the future than Freeman at a lower cost this year.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    OBJ and Johnson are clear must-keeps. I'd probably go Freeman with the other.
Hien Bui
Who should I keep in my PPR League? I can only choose 3...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Lockett and Rawls are two obvious choices. Benji isn't a big value. I'd rather keep Snead, who is going in the 10th.
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Agreed. Rawls and Lockett for sure, then Benjamin if you have to keep a third.
bengardner13 .
I lose my pick to the right of each player. Half point PPR league. Thanks in advance for your opionion!...View Full Question
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    Small Paul (484 Reputation Points)
    Well, basically the only viable options are Landry and Woodhead here. The other players, you are giving up a higher round than what they are currently going at so would not get any value from them. I would probably go with Landry as he would see a ton of targets as per usual and will likely catch a few more TDs than last year. I don't really like keeping QBs since they are so interchangeable.
Jeremy
I'm curious how you guys would value younger guys in a league with 2 keepers for your first 2 picks. How high would you have guys like Zeke Elliott or...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt is spot on. Per some ADP data, Evans and Zeke are even top-10 guys.
Curtis Willerton
12 Team Half PPR keeper league, can only keep 4 of the following:...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Without knowing league specifics and assuming it costs you the same to keep each player, I'd say Brown, Gurley, Johnson and Green in that order. That's four first-round picks. I'd take Bell over Green if he was playing 16 games. Gronk is Gronk, but TE is deep enough you can find decent production later in the draft.
AJ
My league is 10 man, .5 PPR. I'm at 5th position and I already know that by the time it's my turn to draft, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, Julio Jones,...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Matt's advice is sound. I'd probably lean toward either Dez or AJ.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (468 Reputation Points)
    I'd probably go with a RB with PPR upside like David Johnson but I would probably also consider AJ Green and Dez Bryant.
wsc79 .
My second keeper was going to be L.Bell in the 9th (since his rookie year). However with his suspension I am considering dropping him and keeping one...View Full Question
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    Kacee Giger (624 Reputation Points)
    I think I'd go with David Johnson in the 8th. That's much better value than Hopkins in the 3rd--depending on format, I might go David Johnson over Hopkins even if the cost was the same. I'm sure it's tough to lose Bell, but with his history (both injury and suspensions), it's probably time to cut him loose since you have another great option.
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    bengardner13 . (500 Reputation Points)
    Johnson in the 8th
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    Jeremy (517 Reputation Points)
    Latavius Murray without a doubt.
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    Jabez Wesly (500 Reputation Points)
    Ajayi. Not many backs come back from Achilles tears, so I doubt Arian will be a factor (he had under 3ypc last year as well). Murray will legitimately be pushed by Deandre Washington
Verhaege Family
Can keep 2, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jefferies, Allen Robinson, Damaryius Thomas and Lamar Miller.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    A-Rob and Miller would be my two choices. Marshall is a great option, but assuming you can keep A-Rob for multiple years, his youth gives him an edge. He's a top-five pick in dynasty leagues right now. If you wanted to argue Alshon over Miller, I wouldn't put up a big fight, but Miller is a top-end RB. DT is no joke, either. If you can trade the guys you don't keep and get something back, I'd explore that.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Miller and Robinson. I am high on Marshall as always but I like the younger Robinson to really emerge this year.
Jeremy
I need advice on who to keep. Up to 2 keepers, essentially for the first 2 picks of the draft. 10 Team standard. ...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    I'd go with Marshall and Evans, too. I could probably be talked into McCoy, but Martin and Rawls aren't in the mix, at least for me.
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    wsc79 . (413 Reputation Points)
    Evans and Marshall. RB are a mess this year. Plus if you are dropping McCoy you may be able to pick him up in the third round. Martin is too hit or miss and Rawls may lose the starting job or get stuck in a time share out in Seattle.

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