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Topic: First FF draft.. how does it look?
Michael_8539
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Post Date: 08/22/06 14:57
I think my QB's are weak, but hopefully the rest of the draft went well. Any feedback would be apprecaited.

1. Tomlinson
2. R Moss
3. H. Ward
4. M Brunell
5. T Green
6. J Horn
7. L Coles
8. N Rackers
9. Miami
10 E. Wilford
11. J Addai
12 B Watson
13 D. Carr
14. Minnesota
15. L Tynes
16. M Barber
Travis_6629
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Post Date: 08/22/06 17:29
You have no RB2
Great at WR
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 Rick_4900
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Post Date: 08/23/06 06:14
Running back will kill you this season. Try and trade to get a solid number 2
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 08/23/06 08:54
When you go WR/WR in that turn from the end of round 2 to the beginning of round 3, you need to make sure you get a RB in rounds 4 or 5. While I like Addai a lot, he likely starts the season sharing the carries with Rhodes. I also like Barber, but again, he won't have significant vaue unless Julius Jones gets injured. I think a couple of weeks into the season you'll have a good #2 RB with Addai, but you clearly need more depth.

Were you required to take a backup K or D? If not, then you didn't need to get backups as there will always be one you can pick up for your primary guy's bye week. By carrying only one at these two positions, you allow yourself to get more depth at RB (which is the most important position to have depth at).
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Michael_8539
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Post Date: 08/23/06 11:39
Got it. So it doesn't make sense to carry a back up K or Defense during the season? I got another draft coming up in a week or so, I'll be sure to note that. I had the 3 pick, but I think where I wentwrong was taking a WR in R3 and R4. Either way I worked it, I was going to suffer at the QB or #2RB. I appreciate the help, hopefully Addai will live up to the hype. So I should go ahead and drop Tynes and Minny's D for players?
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 08/23/06 14:30
There's probably not an awful lot to choose from. But if you can put down some names, I'm sure everyone will chime in.
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