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Where do you see more (or less) depth per position this year


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IMO:

 

QB: 2, 3 top guys but tons of depth throughout

RB: light at the top but tons of 2d and 3d tier guys

WR: heavy at the top and 2d tier, then quick drop off - depth late

TE: major depth throughout

 

D, PK: who cares flip a coin

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RB is the position I see changing the most in depth. With so many teams going to multiple backs now, even though you still have a handful of exclusive carriers, there are a lot of serviceable players who can fill in as a flex option with a lot of upside if the primary back gets injured. What used to be wasted roster spots used to back up your stud RB now is actually becoming a viable player who can help your team regardless of the starters status.

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one thing I notice is that when there appears to be a surplus at a certain position, it ends up being the complete opposite the following year....

 

one year it's QB's.....the next it's RB's etc etc....the key is to try and stay ahead of the curve and draft accordingly...

 

preferably join 20 $5000 leagues as a mock and then step it up to a couple $100,000 leagues the following year when you get a good grasp on how things are going...

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IMO:

 

QB: 2, 3 top guys but tons of depth throughout

RB: light at the top but tons of 2d and 3d tier guys

WR: heavy at the top and 2d tier, then quick drop off - depth late

TE: major depth throughout

 

D, PK: who cares flip a coin

 

Basically agree with your assessment.

 

Seems like lots of QBs to be had.

RBs: Those few that don't share are a premium, but lots of later options.

WR- yep

TE: I see a couple tiers. The studs or potential studs, and then some other solid options.

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one thing I notice is that when there appears to be a surplus at a certain position, it ends up being the complete opposite the following year....

 

one year it's QB's.....the next it's RB's etc etc....the key is to try and stay ahead of the curve and draft accordingly...

 

preferably join 20 $5000 leagues as a mock and then step it up to a couple $100,000 leagues the following year when you get a good grasp on how things are going...

 

:wacko: Well played, sir!

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RB, mainly due to the prevaence of the RBBC, carries more depth but fewer players at the very top who can be counted on as studs. As such, the position as a whole carries more question marks. Better to grab a couple of top WR's, the sure things, then load up on RB's, hoping that thru playing time or injuries to other RB's that someone gets a chance to stand out.

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