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trate121hb
08-21-2006, 02:36 PM
Who gets the better deal 10 team league

#3 and # 23 for #8 and #13

The team that gets 3 will have-3-23-28-33 as the first 4 picks
The other team will have 8-13-18-38

Mile High Fin
08-21-2006, 02:51 PM
Who gets the better deal 10 team league

#3 and # 23 for #8 and #13

The team that gets 3 will have-3-23-28-33 as the first 4 picks
The other team will have 8-13-18-38


I always like using 2 stud RBs.

Thus, I'd prefer to have 8/13.
Yes, you'll get LT or Shaun Alexander @ #3 (assuming LJ goes #1 or 2).
But what kind of STARTING RB will you get at #23?

I think you're more dangerous with a solid 1-2 punch of say:
Ronnie Brown or Rudi Johnson (#8)
and
Steven Jackson, Caddy, McGahee (#13)

vs.

LT (#3)
and
Westbrook, C.Taylor, Dunn, W.Parker, R.Droughns (#23)


I think your team is more balanced, and consistent with 8/13 vs. 3/23.
If LT (or SA) has a off-day (or average), you'll probably lose that week.
And if your #3 went down with injury (God forbid), then you're toast. If your #8 pick goes down, you still have a stud at #13 (vs. #23) playing every week.

JMHO...

.

Kev83
08-21-2006, 03:13 PM
I think it's completely even and all in the way you draft and the luck that falls your way. For example, I'm also a believer in the RB system that the guy listed above. I was still able to get a 1-2 punch of LT and Ronnie, though. I had the #3 pick.

Mile High Fin
08-21-2006, 03:21 PM
I think it's completely even and all in the way you draft and the luck that falls your way. For example, I'm also a believer in the RB system that the guy listed above. I was still able to get a 1-2 punch of LT and Ronnie, though. I had the #3 pick.


That's incredible that you could get Ronnie in the LATE-2nd round!!!!

Maybe you only had an 8-team league????
Or boarderline mentally challenged opponents????
Or non-mentally challenged grandmothers????

That's unexpected for sure.
Most "cheat sheets" have Ronnie listed as the 7-10th best RB...
I don't know how he lasted to #18 (10-team league) or #22 (12-team league).

Good for you though.... You benefit from others' ignorance...

Mile High Fin
08-21-2006, 03:25 PM
Who gets the better deal 10 team league

#3 and # 23 for #8 and #13

The team that gets 3 will have-3-23-28-33 as the first 4 picks
The other team will have 8-13-18-38


Whoa!!!!!!

I just realized that your #23 pick would be the 3rd round!!!

In that case, 8/13 is WAY, WAY better.....

Nuff said....

trate121hb
08-21-2006, 04:04 PM
id trade out of the second so instead of having 3-18-23 (normal) id have 3-23-28 which is a downgrade from the spot regularly but what needs to be done to move into the top 3....

picking in the top 3 gives u a stud almost sure bet RB....and then if you draft well you can possibly get a nice second RB....with the 8th pick you have more risk with the 1st 2 picks but 2 guys that can be pretty solid....im not sure what im gonna do yet

Kev83
08-21-2006, 04:17 PM
That's incredible that you could get Ronnie in the LATE-2nd round!!!!

Maybe you only had an 8-team league????
Or boarderline mentally challenged opponents????
Or non-mentally challenged grandmothers????

That's unexpected for sure.
Most "cheat sheets" have Ronnie listed as the 7-10th best RB...
I don't know how he lasted to #18 (10-team league) or #22 (12-team league).

Good for you though.... You benefit from others' ignorance...

I play in a 10 team league...people relied a lot on stats and let me get Ronnie late in 2nd, at 18. McGahee is my 3rd back in the 5th round.