This one-hour, rapid-fire behemoth kicks off at 10:30am eastern Sunday morning.
30 minutes of Q & A to get you set for the next round of the 2011 fantasy playoffs.
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Enter this one-hour, rapid-fire Q & A session if you dare.
I'm in a 10-team league, standing scoring, with a new draft format. Owners get to choose their draft position and I have the second choice. What spot would you pick? BTW, QBs get 4 points per TD reception, so I'm not thinking QB in the first round. I really like Foster and McCoy, but if I take the 1 or 2 picks, I will have to wait until the end of the second round for my next pick. My draft is Monday night, BTW. Thanks! - jeff1961 on Aug 31
I'd would want the highest possible pick. The workhorse running back market is very thin this season and since QBs only get 4 pts/TD, there's not added pressure to land one in the first round. Foster, McCoy and Rice are my top three picks in order.View All