Draft coming up next Friday and looking to hear some thoughts on strategy.
- Superflex league: 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 2 W/R/T Flex, 1 Superflex
- 6-pt for passing, rushing, receiving TDS with bonuses in play for yardage totals and 40-yard TDs
Keepers - DK Metcalf for a 6th, Justin Jefferson for an 11th
I have the #1 pick and the best players available will be Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry and Ezekiel Elliott.
Regardless of who I choose, I’m going RB at #1. Obviously, you gotta take what the draft gives you - especially at the turn - but I’d be interested to hear what you guys think about roster construction at the 2/3 turn.
Historically, aside from the top 3-4 backs, WRs outscore RB in this league based on the scoring, so strong WR crops are incentivized with the additional flex spots (especially big play WR).
Based on keepers and league tendencies, here are the type of guys I’d predict being available at the turn:
QB: Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott, Tom Brady, Justin Herbert
RB: Joe Mixon, David Montgomery, Chris Carson, JK Dobbins, Najee Harris (maybe)
WR: CeeDee Lamb (maybe), Scary Terry, Keenan Allen, Allen Robinson
TE: doesn’t matter- not taking a TE until super late
I have a feel for what I’m thinking, but interested in the discussion. I see too many top QB being taken early for me to spend a pick on it there, so it’s really whether I go RB-WR or focus on trying to build an otherworldly WR corps.
Let me know what you think, friends.