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2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 3:00 pm
by WhiskeyD32
It’s 6pt passing td .04 passing and .15 qb rushing yds. Rb and Wr are .1 per yard and 1ppr. Te is .15 yd and 1.5ppr

How does this affect the first round? Who’s your top 5? Does watson enter the first round conversation? Russell Wilson the 1.1? How do you value Gronk, Kelce and Engram?

I’m curious for others thoughts.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:27 pm
by jordanzs
When is the draft? Rankings could change a bit before it.

But I would heavily consider Watson at the 1.1.

Wilson, Wentz, Rodgers should be 1st round picks.

And the stud TEs should go in round 2 to 3. I would add Ertz in there too.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:38 pm
by WhiskeyD32
Starts January 6th. Don’t know where I’m picking yet. Rookie picks are available as well.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:53 pm
by gunzwil guinea pigs
2QB start up can be very different, so it depends on your league mates. I would consider drafting 2 QBs inside round 1-4, and another starting QB later on. For me its Wilson, Wentz, Luck, Rodgers (old but gold), Watson, Goff, Mariota

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:51 pm
by vixen
how many teams?
if 12, i would definitely grab a couple QBs early and make sure to draft 4... if 10, i still want 4, but i would not feel as rushed..

i am in a league that scores TEs similarly (we get pts for targets too) and Ertz, Gronk, Kelce were among the elite, i would not wait a long time and i would certainly draft them over guys like cooper, cooks, landry, watkins etc

for me, in the first 5 rounds, i want to land 2QBs, 1RB, 1TE and 1WR...but i would not be unhappy with 2RBs....i think WRs will be the easiest to trade for in this format...if you can flex a TE, i would grab 2 ...

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:19 pm
by Servo
Most 2QB leagues I'm taking 2 QBs with my first two picks, 6PT TDs make it even sweeter for that.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:02 pm
by skip
In this format the only strategy I would use is QBs in each of the first two rounds and a third one early as well. 4 or 6 points for TDs doesn't influence much other than ranking within the QB position as it devalues rushing QBs slightly relative to passing ones. But overall it does not change their value relative to other positions.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:24 pm
by Goddard
A very strong argument can be made for Wilson as the 1.01. I think the entire 1st round should all be QBs, but I'm sure that won't happen. I myself would take a QB with the 1st two picks, preferably mobile ones with that scoring.

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sun Dec 31, 2017 7:47 am
by WhiskeyD32
Goddard wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:24 pm
A very strong argument can be made for Wilson as the 1.01. I think the entire 1st round should all be QBs, but I'm sure that won't happen. I myself would take a QB with the 1st two picks, preferably mobile ones with that scoring.
I agree with Wilson at 1. Where would you value Watson? 2nd?

Re: 2QB Startup

Posted: Sun Dec 31, 2017 8:55 am
by Londondynasty
See what others do. I Just won a start-up superflex. Went qb wr qb with first 3 picks. I was always going qb first pick but there was a bit of a run on wrs so I took one with my second (some guy named Hopkins, worked out ok), and then took cam as my qb2 at the start of the 3rd. If most take qbs then be open to qb qb as first 2 picks but also know your tiers of wr and qb and assess which is your best pick on the clock