Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

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Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby joekuhns11 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:50 am

In the wake of the early morning news about Marshawn Lynch agreeing to terms with Oakland. Where would you draft him vs. the 2017 rookie class (top 2 rounds). I have picks 1.02, 1.04 & 2.03. I'm not thinking about using my 2 early picks but was wondering if you think he should be available for pick 2.03 (14th overall)?

QB -Cam Newton, Jared Goff
RB -Todd Gurley, Melvin Gordon, CMC, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Breida, Alfred Morris
WR -Keenan Allen, Michael Thomas, AROB, Chris Godwin, Josh Doctson
TE -Greg Olsen
PK - Greg Zurlein
DE - J.J Watt
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QB -Drew Brees/b], Blake Bortles
RB -David Johnson, Todd Gurey, Joe Mixon, Deandre Washington
WR -AB, Keenan Allen, Brandon Cooks, Robby Anderson, Zay Jones
TE - Greg Olsen, Kittle
K - Gostkowski
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby cowboysfan » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:05 am

I think Lynch is probably a mid or low end 2nd. Anything in the top half of the 2nd is too much imo.
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QB: Wilson
RB: Lynch
WR: OBJ, Green, Hopkins, Jeffery
TE:
2017 picks - 1.3, 2.10, 4.10
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QB: Cam, Siemian
RB: Ingram, Hyde, Jennings
WR: Hopkins, Parker, Brown, Funchess, Sharp, Caroo
TE: Barnidge, Walford
DEF: Panthers, Bills
K: Chris Boswell
2017 picks: 1.1, 1.4, 2.4, and 3.4

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RB: Ivory, James, Terrell Watson
WR: Sanders, Doresett, Hurns, Hogan
TE: Wilson
DST: Bengals
K: Santos

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RB Freeman, Gilislee, Montgomery, Theo Riddick, White, Lewis
WR Dez, TY, White, Austin, Gabriel, Dorsett, Jaron Brown
TE Reed, Rudolph

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby kasermap » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:08 am

I would not take him until mid-late second and I'm in a 16 team league. Now if you have a stacked team and say Jalen Richard already, I could see snagging him earlier than most.

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby moishetreats » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:24 am

Once you start getting to mid-second round of RBs, then I start to think that Lynch will likely have more productive seasons in his remaining years than the RB that you draft there will in his career.

For a win-now team, he's easily a mid-second round pick if not a tad higher in desperate situations.
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Start: 2 QBs 2 RBs 3 WRs 2 TEs 2 Flex (RB/WR/TE)

QB: Rodgers, Wilson, Prescott, Taylor, Hundley
RB: Gurley, Gordon, Mixon, Riddick, Foreman, Carson
WR: Hilton, Baldwin, D Thomas, Doctson, Anderson, Ty Williams, Z Jones
TE: Reed, Howard, J Smith, Kittle, Swoope, Butt, Seals-Jones, Vannett

2018 Picks: 3.04, 3.09, 5.01, 5.02
2019 Picks: 1st (x2), 2nd (x2), 3rd (x4)
2020 Picks: 1st, 2nd, 5th (x2)



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Start: 1 QB 2 RB 3 WR 1 TE 1 1 Superflex 1 Flex / best ball

QB: Luck ($34 through 2021), Prescott (42/20), Winston (35/19), Kizer (18/21)
RB: Foreman (9/20), Crowell (7/19)
WR: Jordy (4/18), Fitzgerald (4/18), Maclin (3/18), Marshall (2/19)
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby jdomer2403 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:31 am

See post in the discussion section. It has a poll to help assist.
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Zeke, Frank Gore, Mack, Rawls, Jstew, Rob Kelley
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby srlarson » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:03 am

depending on league I could see him going end of the 1st.....my league one owner has 4 late #1's...I expect hit to take lynch, he also has Washington, so a handcuff as well......

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby Goddard » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:21 am

Try trading down when the 2.03 is on the clock and get a mid 2nd (take Lynch), and add an early 3rd or something on top. I'd also wait and see what happens in the draft with Oakland. I doubt they take a RB early, but might as well wait to get a better idea.

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby Johnny Canuck » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:33 am

late 2nd at the earliest. Lynch didn't look good in his last season as a seahawk, now he's been off the field for a full yr. Richard and Washington aren't exactly nobodies. They can both ball okay so expect him to have some competition
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby Goddard » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:44 am

Johnny Canuck wrote:
Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:33 am
late 2nd at the earliest. Lynch didn't look good in his last season as a seahawk, now he's been off the field for a full yr. Richard and Washington aren't exactly nobodies. They can both ball okay so expect him to have some competition
Murray had the same competition last year and did OK. I think he can get close to those numbers if he's stayed in shape.

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby stoneghost28 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:47 am

cowboysfan wrote:
Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:05 am
I think Lynch is probably a mid or low end 2nd. Anything in the top half of the 2nd is too much imo.
I'm curious, the last ADP round up had him sitting as fair value for a mid to late third. I doubt someone holding Lynch will be satisfied with that kind of offer though and I wouldn't be buying till I saw what he looked like during the preseason. Taking a long lay off from football can revitalize you, but it can also make it impossible to be effective after coming back. Some guys that have done similar things w/some payoff include John Riggins (took 1980 off after the '79 heartbreak), Ricky Williams (retired in '04, came back, then lost '06 to a drug suspension before coming back again), and of course AP. That OL makes him tempting but Lynch didn't look great behind a bad Seattle OL in '15 and now it's two years of age later. Not sure what to think and would not pay top dollar, but yeah, I'm not sure what top dollar is either.

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby James McGhee » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:52 am

Marshawn Lynch or Kareen Hunt, Samaje Perine, Jeremy McNichols...for immediate production value.
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby AresGodOWar » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:57 am

I would pay around a mid 2nd if I was competing and needed a RB
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RB-L.Bell , K.Drake , J.Ajayi , C.Clement , K.Ballage , D.Foreman , A.Peterson , F.Gore
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TE-J.Reed , J.Cook , H.Henry

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RB-L.Bell , L.Miller , K.Drake , M.Mack , C.Clement
WR-S.Watkins , J.Gordon , D.Parker , D.Bryant , Ty.Williams , C.Sutton , C.Kirk
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby bigbuck22 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:13 am

I wouldn't be shocked if a real contender took him at the back end of Round 1. I wouldn't pick him until mid 2 though.
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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby KenAndTonic » Wed Apr 26, 2017 10:25 am

Agreed with most of the comments on here. I'm considering him at 2.07 only because I feel my team should contend this year and could use some RB depth (hoping a top 4 back drops to me at 1.07, though i'm not optimistic). Otherwise, late-2nd, early-3rd feels more appropriate.

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Re: Marshawn vs. 2017 Rookie field

Postby Steelersfan » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:51 pm

I'd easily use the 2.03 on Lynch if I was a contender in need of a RB.


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