I'm locked in. Thanks for the invite and forgive me for the shellackings that I issue.
Best sleeper? I'm going to put down Randle... he's pretty much guaranteed to last in any draft, and if Nicks gets any injury he's going to get some serious looks)
After that, my man Andre Brown, who pretty much single-handedly won me my week 3 matchup against a guy that had Tom Brady and Adrian Peterson, is the one that gets a good nod, especially if he lasts past the 5th round. No need to handcuff him really, I think he's going to get goal line carries again (he's really our only reliable goal-line weapon to be completely honest).
Okay, it wasn't single-handed, RG3 did pretty well that week, as did Percy Harvin... But everyone called me stupid for starting a then-unproven Andre Brown, and 30 fantasy points later, I'm still rubbing that decision in their faces... even if my team became a hospital wing when all three said players went down...
"Leaders aren't born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal."
josh brown. but if i have to work off that list it has to be randle. He's got the inside track on the old Manningham 60/800/5 spot and with Nicks proclivity for injury you'd be looking at three starts as the number one in a pass heavy offense with an effective QB. He is a viable flex during byes as is in traditional scoring leagues an getting starter production out of him for three weeks is more than you can reasonably expect from a 10-15 round pick. I like meyers in PPR ONLY because i don't know if his blocking will be adequate enough to fend of Arob in the red zone which might lead to.some touchdown pilfering.
Agreed that Wilson is not a sleeper. he's going so early in mocks is scares me a bit. Andre Brown is more of a sleeper. Myers is a good late pick and so is Randle. Am I still in this league by the way? Wish I could get an invite. Guess it sucks to be the new guy...