Way too early top 20 (fantasy football)
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Way too early top 20 (fantasy football)
Posted by Tigah32 on 6/24 at 4:30 pm
I play in 10 team leagues so I was just seeing how you guys feel about my top 20 going into the draft.

Standard Scoring
1 pt per 10 yds Rush/Rec
1 pt per 25 yds Pass
4 pts per passing td
6 pts per rush/rec

1. Adrian Peterson
2. Arian Foster
3. Marshawn Lynch
4. Jamaal Charles
5. Doug Martin
6. Ray Rice
7. CJ Spiller
8. Calvin Johnson
9. Alfred Morris
10. Aaron Rodgers
11. Drew Brees
12. Lesean McCoy
13. Trent Richardson
14. AJ Green
15. Matt Forte
16. Brandon Marshall
17. Dez Bryant
18. MJD
19. Tom Brady
20. Steven Jackson



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Posted by auyushu on 6/24 at 5:04 pm to Tigah32
I think you have Trent a bit low, he should be right there with Morris IMO. You have Brady ridiculously too high, he's more in the low 30s with his weapons all being questionable, and definitely below Manning and Cam atm. I'd go with Steven Jackson ahead of MJD and Forte as well.

I personally think you have Rodgers and Brees too high as well, they should be in the 15-16 range I think, behind Jackson and just ahead of Forte, Marshall, Bryant, MJD.

Of course RB is so thin and QB is so deep this year I probably won't be touching one before the 6th/7th round myself.

I might quibble about the order of your RBs in the first round, but outside of McCoy I think most of the top 10 RB past ADP and Foster are fairly close.


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Posted by Tigah32 on 6/25 at 12:04 am to auyushu
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auyushu
Damn good answer.

That's the kind of constructive criticism I was looking for.



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Posted by computerguy on 6/25 at 7:03 am to Tigah32
I would put Jimmy Graham at the 19 spot to replace Brady.

Keep Gronk on your radar. If he shows up healthy through camp / preseason he would be a top 20 guy. Also if Hernandez is out due to legal issues or league suspension that would up his stock.


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Posted by St Augustine on 6/25 at 10:37 am to Tigah32
I havea Calvin number 3 overall. I'd much rather have him than spiller or Charles. Im really high on gguys like Wilson this year. I'd rather take a couple of stud pass catchers and then take about 3 or 4 next tier rbs. I'drrather spend a 4th or 5th rounder on Wilson with Eli Manning at the helm than spiller in the top 5 overall with that shitty team.


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Posted by Iona Fan Man on 6/25 at 12:45 pm to Tigah32
quote:

1. Adrian Peterson
2. Doug Martin
3. Jamaal Charles
4. Arian Foster
5. Calvin Johnson
6. CJ Spiller
7. Ray Rice
8. Marshawn Lynch
9. Trent Richardson
10. Lesean McCoy
11. Alfred Morris
12. Matt Forte
13. Brandon Marshall
14. AJ Green
15. Steven Jackson
17. MJD
18. Dez Bryant
24. Drew Brees
31. Aaron Rodgers
52. Tom Brady



just quick rating of players noted



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Posted by OBUDan on 6/25 at 12:57 pm to Tigah32
LeSean McCoy is going be a great value if he falls to back half of the 1st.


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Posted by BenDover on 6/25 at 4:41 pm to Tigah32
Where's everyone projecting Reggie Bush?


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Posted by AmosMosesAndTwins on 6/25 at 4:42 pm to BenDover
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Where's everyone projecting Reggie Bush?


3-4 round if i remember correctly



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Posted by Iona Fan Man on 6/25 at 4:53 pm to OBUDan
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LeSean McCoy is going be a great value if he falls to back half of the 1st.


how much does bryce get?



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Posted by BenDover on 6/25 at 5:25 pm to AmosMosesAndTwins
Oh damn, that seems a bit low. I guess they're thinkin leshoure will get the goal line carries and Bush's numbers will come mostly from yards. I'd definitely like to have him in the 4th but I don't think he'll actually slide that far


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Posted by TigerTatorTots on 6/25 at 5:32 pm to Tigah32
No PPR No Care


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Posted by Fearthehat0307 on 6/25 at 5:33 pm to TigerTatorTots
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No PPR No Care



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Posted by TigerTatorTots on 6/25 at 5:36 pm to Iona Fan Man
Whats with all the Steven Jackson love? Mid-Late 2nd round seems a bit high


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Posted by AmosMosesAndTwins on 6/25 at 5:38 pm to TigerTatorTots
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Whats with all the Steven Jackson love? Mid-Late 2nd round seems a bit high


Steven Jackson > Turner's year last year > Michael Turner. I think that's the thinking behind it.



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Posted by auyushu on 6/25 at 7:36 pm to AmosMosesAndTwins
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Steven Jackson > Turner's year last year > Michael Turner. I think that's the thinking behind it.




Pretty much. Jackson had almost 1400 total yards last year for a completely garbage Rams offense that had a brutal schedule for facing rushing defenses. Turner never had less than 10 rushing TDs during his time as a Falcon. Given that Jackson is a hell of alot better than Turner and the Falcons will have an excellent offense next year, Jackson's floor as long as he stays healthy (a risk at his age of course, but he's been pretty steady) is about 1400 yards and 10 TDs. That's mid to late second round material by itself, but his upside is potentially 1700 total yards or so and 12-13 TDs.

The only thing that's been stopping Jackson from being a top 20 type player in recent seasons is the lack of TD chances since he played for the Rams, with consistent TD chances he'd have been up there already. He's definitely a guy I hope slips down to the early third round in my keeper league if I'm drafting there.


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Posted by TigerTatorTots on 6/25 at 7:38 pm to auyushu
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Jackson's floor as long as he stays healthy (a risk at his age of course, but he's been pretty steady) is about 1400 yards and 10 TDs
If that is his floor, he should be a top 5 pick.


I agree with your reasons why he may be good this year, but I would set the floor at 1100-1200yds and 7tds



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Posted by MrWiseGuy on 6/25 at 7:43 pm to auyushu
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The only thing that's been stopping Jackson from being a top 20 type player in recent seasons is the lack of TD chances since he played for the Rams, with consistent TD chances he'd have been up there already


he's a terrible GL rusher. that's his knock


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Posted by auyushu on 6/25 at 7:45 pm to TigerTatorTots
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I agree with your reasons why he may be good this year, but I would set the floor at 1100-1200yds and 7tds


Jackson hasn't had a season with less than 1350 total yards in the past 5 years, and only once in his entire career (and that was due to only playing 12 games due to injury). The Falcons run the ball at the goalline a ton and he'll be getting the carries. He's not a top 10 pick simply due to his age, but if he plays 15-16 games his floor is pretty much what I said. Hell, Turner got 10 TDs for the Falcons last year in only 222 carries, and he pretty much sucked all year.

If he gets over 250 carries he'll have at least 1300 yards.


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Posted by Iona Fan Man on 6/25 at 7:46 pm to TigerTatorTots
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I would set the floor at 1100-1200yds and 7tds


that scared of Jaquizz?



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