...whoops...didn't finish thought below. ...live up to expectations whether due to injury/usage/etc.) And even if everyone's first two RBs pan out perfectly, then there's really no competitive advantage vs your league mates, right? I have the 7th pick in my favorite league (12-team PPR) and I already hate it. Making the choice between Richardson/Spiller/McCoy/Rice is excruciating knowing that each of them have "issues". So, what to do? I feel S-Jax is a "safer" pick in my mind, but 7th overall is too early...right? Definitely a conundrum. Love to hear more thoughts from you on that specific subject. Is going RB/RB really the best thing, or is it better to zig when everyone else zags in the 2nd round? Thanks for the good work!
Interesting views, especially the worry about everyone going RB/RB this year. I've thought the same thing. Say 9 out of 12 teams in a league go that route, it really just ends up being which 2 or 3 teams got the "correct" two guys (assuming, as always, that a decent percentage of 1st & 2nd round RBs will fail to live up top expectations