10.3 Darren Sproles
Was extended after being on rumored trade block which shows they believe he still has game left. & the fact that he should be feature in passing game since smallwood has done been injured and losing valuable time think this a good spot for the little guy & being a fan helps
@StanzDaMan your up
12.6 Kenneth Dixon
I like the WRs here a lot more than the RBs but I need to fill in my bench with a bunch of lottery ticket RBs rather than some bye-week flex fill in WRs.
Dixon is somewhere around 4th out of a 4 man rotation in BAL, but he has the most talent, and might work his way past a few of the guys ahead of him, 2 of which are still on the board.
@nickpl34 make us proud!
8.12 -- Markus Wheaton
I really need a WR, thanks to my previous drafter. Wheaton seems like the locked in option, after the news that Sammie Coates is WR4 behind Eli Rogers and Ladarious Green is out indefinitely. That elevates him above other available WR options, like an aging VJAX and Kamar Aikan.
Also, Wheaton seems poised to show that 4th year increase in production that many receivers show. His 4.45 40', and quickness off the line separate him from a lot of receivers in the NFL. Like Antonio Brown, he didn't enter the NFL with developed route running skills, but coaching can produce that. After the bye last season, Wheaton showed much more polish and finished the season averaging over 10 points per game in this format.
@RobFordCrackLord you are up; @Hokie you are on deck
8.13 Theo Riddick - RB - Detroit
I'm a little desperate at RB after Dion Lewis' injury. I'm hoping since this format is half ppr that I can get some value with Riddick because the will probably be passing the ball more. @Jeremy You're on the clock.
P.S. I was hoping to get Crowell so I could post this video: