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10-29-2012, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by devils4cup View Post
This.

I am having just as much success drafting a trio of Colston, Decker, Williams (TB) in later rounds than those who took the big named receivers in the 1st round.

I used my early picks on RBs and QBs with a good TD to INT ratio.

All you really need from WR is an average 50 yards and 1 TD per game. Lots of guys can do that. Most big name WR are often double covered and completely taken out of the offense by the opposing defense.
I always have to get that elite RB in round 1 and I'll usually go RB in round 2 as well, although I may take a receiver if it's a late pick in round 2. But yeah, there's really no rush to load up on receivers early nowadays, and good RBs are becoming a lot more scarce.

As for QBs, unless it's Rodgers, Brees or Brady, I'd wait until the mid-rounds. I don't care all that much about TD/INT ratio though. I find a 2 point deduction per INT (which I think is the norm in most leagues) is a small price to pay for a good number of yards and TDs. I took Eli Manning myself this year.

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