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How soon would you draft a QB in this 10 team league that you have to start two of them.

 

weekly starting rosters

2 QB

2 RB

2 WR

2 WR/RB

1 WR/TE

1 TE

1 K

2 DEF

 

scoring is 5pts passing TD, -3 INT

6pts rush/rec TD

1/2pt per reception

1pt per 15 passing

1pt per 10 rush

1pt per 10 rec

 

 

Thanks

 

first time in this league and all I have heard is QBs go really fast, but teams have the ability to start 4 RB weekly in this set up????

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How soon would you draft a QB in this 10 team league that you have to start two of them.

 

weekly starting rosters

2 QB

2 RB

2 WR

2 WR/RB

1 WR/TE

1 TE

1 K

2 DEF

 

scoring is 5pts passing TD, -3 INT

6pts rush/rec TD

1/2pt per reception

1pt per 15 passing

1pt per 10 rush

1pt per 10 rec

 

 

Thanks

 

first time in this league and all I have heard is QBs go really fast, but teams have the ability to start 4 RB weekly in this set up????

 

 

any ideas or help????

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I'd have to see just how the scoring shaked out, but off the top of my head, the friendly passing yardage scoring along with starting 2 helps QBs value a bit more than the added Flex spots to the RB/WR spots. If a ton of QBs fly off the board before me, then I grab the high value RBs that have slipped. If it starts off RB strong, then I'd grab some of the top QBs early. Basically, I would go opposite the field if I had a later first round pick. Without knowing just how the scoring shakes out, not sure what route I would lean if I had an early first rounder... probably one of the top RBs then go for the upside QBs later on.

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