HesterMofet wrote:I'm not real sure what you're trying to prove.
1.) That I'm arguing the exact same thing as everyone else in this thread, just pointing out
the fact that "safe" or "safer
" doesn't really come into effect when you're discussing a 20th round pick who's going to be your #6 SP and you're only considering upside.
2.) That "Read & comprehend what's going on in the thread."
is a d-bag statement when you've got less than 15 posts on this forum and then you essentially make the same argument I've already made.
3.) This argument doesn't really matter, because nobody can accurately predict which of these guys (or a dozen others) are going to be worth picking up for the specific matchups you're going to be playing your #5/6 SP in anyway... so it's not something to stress over when you're in a draft.
It's essentially equivalent to the guy who's debating which numbers to play in the lotto at 7-11 every morning... it doesn't effing matter. In the end he's just a guy standing in my way while I'm trying to get my coffee and get the hell out of that place.
Grab your half-dozen lotto tickets at the end of your draft and hope one of them hits. If they don't, throw them in the trash and grab a bunch of new ones. Assuming that all of these tickets have a relatively equal
chance of hitting, then the important thing isn't which
lotto tickets you get, it's that you have a big handful of them.