#1 By: Jason, June 28th, 2018 19:31
In a competitive keeper league (1 keeper per team) where some top players will be kept, thus altering the first two rounds of the draft (Hunt, Kamara, Cook, Gurley, Bell, Gordon being kept).
I have Hunt kept in round 8. Was wondering if a situation like this is optimal for hammering zero RB with 5-6 straight WRs this year, or maybe to “win the flex” by going with something like CMC and McKinnon at the end of Rd 1/2 and swinging for the fences at RB before going for WRs.
.5 PPR league, start 2 RB, 3 WR and a flex, know it’s early but I’m curious on Rotiviz’s thoughts. @FF_Contrarian I’ve seen you mention both of these RBs as very high upside.
#2 By: Shawn Siegele , June 29th, 2018 10:34
I love both of those RBs, and if your roster has a foundation of Hunt, CMC, McKinnon, then you're freed up to approach the rest of your roster in creative and aggressive fashion.Especially in .5 PPR, I'd lean that way. But, big picture, RBs are even more overvalued than usual, and plenty of late options will remain, so I'd recommend loading up at WR unless the perfect RBs fall to you.