Okay, I'm signed in and ready to roll.
My team name has been changed to Sharknado Thomas, because that's simply an awesome freaking name (it was either that or Le'Veon Bellcow, and since sharks with tornadoes are more intimidating than cows with bells...).
For my keeper, I will be using a 5th round pick to retain Doug Martin.
Which means, the remainder of my awesome roster from last year will be up for grabs. Check out this awesome talent I'm throwing back for you losers...
New England DEF
How does one fantasy GM manage to stockpile that much talent on one team, you ask?
It's simple, really. I rule, and you don't. Deal with it, suckas!!!
I don't know ruthless, just in qbs I can hang with you. Stafford, Russell Wilson and Kaepernick are quite a trio. But you are right, you've got 8 in the top 50, I didn't look at everyone else, but that has gotta be near the top. But if you expand to top 60, you remain at 8, but I've got 10.
wilson has to represent the best value of keepers. He went undrafted but finished #16 last year and projected #46 this year. I think he'll be better than that, so Wilson is my keeper.
So if I decide to keep Megatron he'll still be taken in the 2nd round?
He was 2nd round, 7th pick last year.
Funny how when you look back on last season, Chadman's side was God-awful. At the time, can remember feeling like it was ok..
Now the real question comes up about the keeper player- do you take the best player on your roster, or the best value?
For example, Eli is clearly the best QB on the Kangaroo's roster, but would cost a 2nd round pick, while Carson Palmer went undrafted and is now the starting QB in an Arians run offense....
Golden Tate is a value in the 15th as well