First of all, you are wrong, Buster. Tony Romo is NOT on the ADP list for 2017. Second of all, it is pretty lame to infer from any of my arguments that my 12 team league is amateur. I haven’t referenced any of the team or draft info from my league. All I pointed out was the actual points scored. Unless you are saying that 6 point TDs makes a league amateur.
And I never said you have to have 2 top end QBs. I said that you should have 2. Are you saying that you would not play a QB in the Superflex position? I am using logic to make my point, and I am staying away from personal attacks … one of the signs of maturity.
So let me do the math for you … again.
Using real numbers from 2016. The top 3 QBs scored approximately 480 points. The number 10 QB, Prescott, scored 348. The dropoff from 10-20 was not significant at 33 points. But the dropoff after those QBs becomes significant quickly. The number 23 QB was Wentz, who scored 38 points less than #20 Tyrod. The number 30 QB, which you infer is usable was Keenum who scored 154 points, which is 161 less than the #20 QB.
The top 3 RB range was skewed mainly by Bell’s suspension, but DJ was top with 409. Let’s average the top 3 at 380. Jordan Howard was RB10 with 231 points. Just as with the QBs, the dropoff from top 3 to #10 is huge. Coleman was the #20 RB with 190 points, which is 8 more points than with QBs (go ahead and say “GOTCHA”). Duke Johnson was #30 with 146 points, only 8 points less than the #30 QB. Hightower was the #40 RB, scoring 126 points. Deangelo was #50 with 99 points.
Math and logic blew up your RB vs QB scarcity argument.