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Old 08-13-2013   #13
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Default Re: QB Projections

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
I really appreciate the input concerning FF strategy. But the last two years, my problem (to me) had been WRs. I had blue chip QBs & RBs, but with only one Receiver capable of putting up a 30 point week (in my league) it was difficult for me to win games & never a threat to win the week.

How do you look at WRs & decide when to take them?
What Playoffs said, and after that you have to look at overall there is a lot of passing going on in the league right now you've got some tiers of guys:

Calvin Johnson

Brandon Marshall
AJ Green
Dez Bryant
Demariyus Thomas

Andre
Julio Jones
Roddy White
Larry Fitz
VJax

I think if you're picking 6th or lower in the first round, you can consider Megatron, but in the mocks that I've done I almost always hate my runningbacks if I do that. If you look at last year's fantasy points (again from PFW):

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Rank 	Fantasy Pts
1 	Calvin Johnson 	223.40
2 	Brandon Marshall 	216.60
3 	Dez Bryant 	210.70
4 	A.J. Green 	203.80
5 	Demaryius Thomas 	200.40
6 	Vincent Jackson 	188.40
7 	Eric Decker 	184.40
8 	Andre Johnson 	183.80
9 	Julio Jones 	182.80
10 	Roddy White 	177.10
11 	Marques Colston 	173.40
12 	Wes Welker 	172.40
13 	Victor Cruz 	169.20
14 	Michael Crabtree 	165.30
15 	Reggie Wayne 	164.00
16 	James Jones 	162.40
17 	Randall Cobb 	156.60
18 	Mike Williams 	154.53
19 	Steve Smith 	143.10
20 	Lance Moore 	140.10

As you can see the separation between absolutely the cream of the crop and the next 7 guys isn't that remarkable. I feel like WR's fall into the position of second most important to draft behind RB. If a potentially great one falls to you (Like a QB) snatch him up, but if you can't decide just go RB, you'll probably be better off for it.
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