First off, some background about how my league works with keepers; we can keep up to two players for a maximum of three seasons that were originally drafted after the 3rd round. For this season I will be keeping Chris Johnson (was smart and/or lucky enough to draft him in the 5th round in '08), and Steve Smith of the Giants (was smart and/or lucky enough) to draft him in the 12th round last year.
I was runner-up in my league last season, so I will be drafting 11th out of 12 in the first round, and since it is a "snake" draft, I will have the 14th pick coming back around in the 2nd round. I am leaning towards drafting the best available wide receiver/running back combo with those first two picks and waiting for a QB until the 3rd round (pick #35 overall), but now I am wondering if I should go ahead and just draft the best WR available in the 1st round and then get a top-level QB with my 2nd pick and wait until the 3rd round to get another RB.
What say you, fellow football fantasy owners?
"The fact that anybody can say anything does not mean that anything anybody says is worth hearing"
There are only about 7 top flight quarterbacks. If you feel confident that one will fall to the end of the 3rd round then wait other wise I would grab the best QB/WR combo and grab a running back later.
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