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Need to Drop 2 from my Roster


#1

Hey everyone,

At live drafts, I never pick a kicker or a DST. I love this method, EXCEPT that I always struggle on who to drop to make room for the K and DST.

This is my Roster,
QB: Luck
RB: R. Freeman, McKinnon, Lynch, K. Johnson, Crowell, M. Mack
WR: K. Allen, AJ Green, Landry, M. Jones, S. Shepherd, DJAX, J. Brown
TE: Trey Boo Boo

I am leaning towards dropping John Brown and Marlon Mack.

Anyone have any other suggestions or thoughts why I shouldnt drop those two?

Thanks in advance.


#2

I think Mack is the right choice, with the hamstring injury and 3 different RBs that could get the Colts starting job hes far from a number 1 RB lock even when healthy.

I would consider Djax over J. Brown for your WR. With Winston out the first 3 games I think the passing game will be drastically lacking at TB and he could easily be picked back up off waivers in week 2-4 if you still believe in him. J. Brown is looking like the WR2 at the Ravens and even though Flacco isnt a high volume QB any more, his deep ball has been solid the last few years. Mike Wallace in 2016 finished with 72/1071/4 line as the deep ball option in BAL and I see J. Brown having a chance to reach that this year.


#3

I would drop Mack and Djax aswell. John Brown is looking good this year and alot of hype out of camp for him. I like the upside with Brown and he is a good WR. I could see WR2 for Brown this year and WR3 at best for Djax.


#4

Thanks guys, I did not even think about how John Brown has had a huge preseason hype. I dropped DJAX and mack.


#5

Id drop Crowell over Mack.

At least Mack has some upside. Bilal Powell is gonna start over Crowell.


#6

Djax and Brown.

there are other fish in the sea…


#7

Meh, agree to disagree. I think Crowell has more upside then Mack. I could see Crowell getting the starting job


#8

I honestly wouldn’t. I’ll make q trade instead, 3 for 1. That’s the real beauty of doing this. You can make big trades will less repercussions. So what I would do is look at big hype guys that might sell higher, like jones or Landry. Pair it with another like McKinnon or lynch, and then add in a 3rd like mack or Crowell and target a better RB. But if you dont want to trade, mack and brown are good choices, or mack and Jackson. I would lean Jackson cause brown has q path to being the number 1 WR in Baltimore, and if I can keep a number 1 on a team over what is looking to be a slot guy, I do it usually.