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At what point should Josh Jacobs be drafted?

At what point should Josh Jacobs be drafted?  

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  1. 1. At what point should Josh Jacobs be drafted?

    • Early 1st Round
      1
    • Late 1st Round
      0
    • Early 2nd Round
      1
    • Late 2nd Round
      5
    • Early 3rd Round
      5
    • Late 3rd Round
      6
    • 4th Round or Later
      2


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Mid-late 2nd assuming start 2 RBs, 1 flex and PPR league.

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I just took him at 4.02.

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Just went 4.12 in another league. Seemed like a good value there for sure.

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Kind of early for this question no?

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28 minutes ago, Def. said:

Kind of early for this question no?

 

There are drafts going on now  - granted not many. But some dynasty leagues have rookie drafts early as well. In a year where only two RB were drafted in the first 2 rounds, valuing them will be hard this year.

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14 minutes ago, DMD said:

 

There are drafts going on now  - granted not many. But some dynasty leagues have rookie drafts early as well. In a year where only two RB were drafted in the first 2 rounds, valuing them will be hard this year.

 

In 4 rookie drafts as we speak and 5th start next week.  Hmm...maybe it would have been better to ask what type of league this is for.  Honestly other then dynasty rookie drafts or dynasty startups just don't think it does much now to prognosticate this far for redrafts or keepers.  Maybe if you want to draft a bestball this early but ugh...better off joining a dynasty league instead IMO. 

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1 hour ago, Def. said:

 

Kind of early for this question no?

 

 

It is early.  I think that's why he is being drafted in the 4th round in drafts.  The Kool-Aid hasn't started flowing, yet.  Royce Freeman started off being drafted in the 5th and 6th round last year.  By the time late August came, he was being drafted in the high 3rd round.  Josh Jacobs is in a better situation.  He might be an elite receiver.  Once August arrives, I bet he is often drafted in the low 2nd round after people chug a few gallons of Kool-Aid.

 

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