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Never look back at your draft


#1

So as the commissioner of my league, I like to give awards at the end of the week. I give the league the top 3 performers of each position. I was working on the best rb and Alvin Kamara was it in our league. Curiosity got the best of me and I wanted to know how the player came about picking him up. I click on Alvin’s history and would you look at that I drafted him in the 14th round, then dropped him because Phillip Dorsett got traded to the patriots and I wanted in on the Tom Brady action. I’m the 5th seed in my league and hanging on by a thread for a playoff spot. I wouldn’t be in this position had I walked away from my computer. This hurts man, hurts real bad.


#2

that was me with ajayi last year. guy who ended up beating me in the championship played him against me and was the sole reason i lost


#3

I feel you, traded Kamara and Thielen for nothing basically


#4

I drafted Kamara in the 13th round and never let him go, one of my best drafts yet. My starting lineup still is mainly all guys I’ve drafted, team is 8-4 in second place and top scorer in league - which is very rare for me. That said, I’ve made these moves in the past and I can definitely feel your pain on this one.


#5

I don’t mind looking back at my draft. Sitting 10-2 and overall #1 seed for the playoffs. I drafted Gurley in the 2nd, Ertz in the 7th, and Kamara in the 15th. If Carson Palmer wouldn’t of broke his arm against the Rams I would be 11-1. I only lost by 5 points that week with Palmer putting up 3 points.