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Most important position #4


most important position #4  

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  1. 1. So what is te 4th MIP??

    • RB - Starter; 1st and 2nd Down
      1
    • TE1 - Starter; Pass-Catcher / Blocker
      0
    • RT - Non-blindside Tackle (for argument sake, let's say RT); Starter
      0
    • LG/RG - Starters
      0
    • LG/RG - Starters
      0
    • WRZ - Strongside WR (for arguemtns sake the #1 WR); Starter
      2
    • WRX - Weakside WR (for argumetns sake the #2 WR); Starter
      0
    • WRY - Slot WR (for argments sake the #3WR); Primary Back-up
      0
    • EDGES - Starter; Strongside
      0
    • IDTN - Starter; Run Stuffer
      0
    • IDT3 - Starter; 3-Tech
      2
    • SLB - Starter; Strongside
      0
    • ILB - Starter
      3
    • WLB - Starter; Weakside
      0
    • CB1 - Starter; best boundry CB
      6
    • FS - Starter; Traditional FS role
      0
    • SS - Starter, Traditional SS role
      0


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47 minutes ago, resilient part 2 said:

Step up and give me a good reason as to why a STUD WR/weapon isn't number 4 in today's game?? He opens it up for everyone..

The STUD CB that you are asking to cover him.

WR like QB is getting easier and easier to play. Rookie receivers even in rd 2 and 3 are coming in and producing at a much higher level than before.

If I have the ability to draft or sign a top WR or CB I am taking CB all day.

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17 hours ago, CAPJ said:

The STUD CB that you are asking to cover him.

WR like QB is getting easier and easier to play. Rookie receivers even in rd 2 and 3 are coming in and producing at a much higher level than before.

If I have the ability to draft or sign a top WR or CB I am taking CB all day.

There is no such thing as a stud CB anymore.. They all get burned eventually.. 

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27 minutes ago, resilient part 2 said:

I could live with that though I would disagree. 

I understand your point about weapons. I just believe in today's game, it is easier to play receiver than ever before. Look at Gallup, 3rd round pick, AJ Brown, 2nd round pick, Michael Thomas 2nd round pick, Godwin 3rd and so on.

Today's more spread offense, along with rules that you cant touch the receiver, easier to find good talent in rounds 2-4.

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1 hour ago, CAPJ said:

I understand your point about weapons. I just believe in today's game, it is easier to play receiver than ever before. Look at Gallup, 3rd round pick, AJ Brown, 2nd round pick, Michael Thomas 2nd round pick, Godwin 3rd and so on.

Today's more spread offense, along with rules that you cant touch the receiver, easier to find good talent in rounds 2-4.

Chris Jones, Grady Jarrett, Jurrell Casey, and Geno Atkins all made the Pro Bowl this year and were drafted in rounds 2-4. You can cherry pick like this for any position. 

In a passing league, I place a priority on guys who can catch passes. 

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