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BEAST DOME FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT GUIDE – VOL. III

BEAST DOME FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT GUIDE – VOL. III

By Muntradamus

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If you missed out on any of these other articles check them out, more coming all week.  Rankings are below.

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CAM NEWTON: SOPHOMORE BUST?

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  1. Hey Muntradamus,

    I’m in a 16 team league this year and I have the 15th pick. Is it a bad idea to grab McFadden with my first pick and Graham with the 18th? I feel like there is enough depth at WR this year that I will be able to get a solid WR1 and and RB2 in the 3rd and 4th round. Then hopefully Matt Ryan and my WR2 in the 5th and 6th. From there I was planning to load up on other WRs and RBs with good upside, as well as Pettigrew/ F. Davis for my flex position. I would take the falcons kicker with one of my final picks.

    Thanks for the help!

  2. This is my new team after trades and waiver pick up. I am strong at running back but very weak at wide reciever. Which back should I try to trade, and what wide recievers should I target?

    Tom Brady
    Brandon Lloyd
    Mike Williams
    Denarious Moore
    Ryan Mathews
    Marshawn Lynch
    Ahmad Bradshaw
    Jared Cook
    Bench:
    Doug Martin
    Jacquiz Rodgers
    Evan Royster
    Danny Amendola
    Andy Dalton

    1. JTO

      I would make a move to trade Ahmad Bradshaw, David Wilson is going to take over as the teams starting RB at some time this season.

      See if you can get a superstar WR such as Brandon Marshall, but it is okay to settle with Dez Bryant.

  3. Muntradamus,
    Great website! I was hoping you might be able to help me out with a QB dilemma from my recent draft. I’m in a 10 person PPR league, and return yardage counts at 30 yards = 1 point. We start 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1RB/WR/TE, 1 DEF, 1 K.
    Here is the current team:
    QB: Cutler, Roethlisberger, Luck
    RB: McFadden, Sproles, Doug Martin, Kevin Smith
    WR: Percy Harvin, Antonio Brown, Pierre Garçon, Titus Young
    TE: Jimmy Graham, Kyle Rudolph

    I waited too long on a QB (I know, I should have followed your advice!) and some other teams drafted a backup way early, so I compensated by drafting 3. Also still available are Jake Locker and Russell Wilson. I would love to get down to 2 QB’s but I don’t have too much confidence in the remaining options. If I could cut my roster to 2 QB’s I could go after Jaquizz Rodgers, who someone already cut!
    Thanks.

    1. Thanks for the complements QB Starved.

      Your QB situation will be fine, as long as you start the right guys each week. Each of those guys can play like top 10 options, but they will flop from time to time.

      RBs are solid, actually elite. No problem with any of them.

      WR you have Harvin and then some solid names that have big potential. If Young pans out, watch out.

      TE: Graham is the man.

      You have to add JacQuizz Rodgers, I would keep your QB trio as all of them should be owned in every league.

      Although it is not a popular move to drop Kyle Rudolph, truth is Rudolph will never start for your team unless Graham has a bye or gets injured. I would use that spot on JacQuizz who could emerge as a your #3 RB.

      1. Thanks for the advice. I’m really high on Rudolph this year, but there’s little chance he makes it into the starting lineup. I was vaguely considering dropping Rudolph to pick up Russell Wilson in case his preseason stuffiness continues. However, your suggestion makes more sense as McFadden and Smith have both proven to be injury prone. The deed is done.
        Now it’s just trying to figure out which QB to start each week! Keep up the excellent work!

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