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  • I have the fifth pick in the Fantasy Experts League

    Choosing 5th here

    http://www34.myfantasyleague.com/2008/home/23881

    I won this league last year, so hopefully I can defend my title.

    Guess I'll be looking at Steven Jackson/Joseph Addai at No. 5, and then a WR like Andre Johnson in Round 2.
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  • #2
    I think I'd go with Steven Jackson. I'm expecting the Ram's offense to have a bounce back year and he could have the best Fantasy year.

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    • #3
      lol Andre Johnson in the 2nd round of every draft Walter...hilairious.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
        lol Andre Johnson in the 2nd round of every draft Walter...hilairious.
        He's my No. 2 WR and happens to be undervalued. I didn't take Johnson in my mock though if you're thinking that; I got Randy Moss and Ryan Grant.
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        • #5
          You really didn't have a choice. It is really hard to go the first two rounds in fantasy without taking a RB.
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          • #6
            If Joseph Addai is there he is the easy choice. I might even go Marion Barber over SJAX. It just isn't easy to trust the RB on a team that was one of the worst in the league last season. They should bounce back but give me the back on a top team with a big offense over a guy like Jackson.

            Andre Johnson was huge in the games he played last year. I had him on my team and every time he was in the line up he produced. I always like to go RB RB with my first two selections but if you are that high on Andre the Giant do for it I wouldn't blame you one bit.

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            • #7
              Thanks.

              Actually, this draft is going to take like 3 weeks because everyone has 6 hours to make a pick, so I'll be posting updates.
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              • #8
                I'd definitely go Joseph Addai, Brian Westbrook, Clinton Portis, and Jamal Lewis over Steven Jackson. I think Jackson's productivity is over and I never thought he was that great to begin with. He was the chief benefactor of an offense that produced a lot of passing yards, taking a lot of pressure off the running game.


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                • #9
                  Westbrook might fall to 5, it's unlikely, but if he's there you gotta grab him. Probably won't be there in an "experts league" though.

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                  • #10
                    Things might play out differently in the experts league, but I had two 5th overall picks in two leagues. One was Steven Jackson, one was Joseph Addai but in both my 2nd round pick was Willis McGahee and I was able to get Marques Colston and Andre Johnson in the 3rd round of those drafts.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
                      I'd definitely go Joseph Addai, Brian Westbrook, Clinton Portis, and Jamal Lewis over Steven Jackson. I think Jackson's productivity is over and I never thought he was that great to begin with. He was the chief benefactor of an offense that produced a lot of passing yards, taking a lot of pressure off the running game.
                      Never that great to begin with? What was the whole "leading the league in yards" deal?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
                        I'd definitely go Joseph Addai, Brian Westbrook, Clinton Portis, and Jamal Lewis over Steven Jackson. I think Jackson's productivity is over...
                        He had 1,116 total yards in his last 10 games. I don't think that is being "under-productive."
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                        • #13
                          I highly doubt Brian Westbrook will be there. He's going 2nd or 3rd. You could argue taking Tom Brady over him with the 3rd pick, but I don't know who else.

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                          • #14
                            Steven Jackson is a stud. The guy is like 25 and has a sick combo of size, speed and power. I seriously doubt he's already hit his ceiling.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by the shock doctor View Post
                              Steven Jackson is a stud. The guy is like 25 and has a sick combo of size, speed and power. I seriously doubt he's already hit his ceiling.
                              I was really really pissed in 2004 when the Bucs took Michael Clayton over Steven Jackson. He is a great receiver and I thougth he was the perfect fit for Gruden's offense. At the time, WR was a greater need (we had Alstott and Michael Pittman...ughh) and Clayton had a stellar rookie year, but i liked JAckson's versatility. Kinda glad we didn't draft him because we did get Cadillac, but even he suffered a pathetic OL for 2 years, then a sick injury in 2007.

                              Jackson wouldn't have been as effective with the OL we had back then. Now, he would be unstoppable. I hope Caddy comes back from injury after being put on PUP (which is what everyone is projecting).
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