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    Rate My Team Part 2: Electric Boogaloo

    12 Man full PPR. 3 WR + Flex. 6th pick

    QB: Stafford
    WR: Kupp, AJ Brown, Diontae Johnson, Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, Devante Parker, Isiah Mckinze
    RB: Kamara, D. Pierce (prob a reach),Cam Akers, JK Dobbins
    TE: D. Goedert, Z. Ertz
    D: Broncos
    K: Matt Prater

    I feel pretty good about this squad.
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    Looks good. Really like the MT pick since at worst he busts like half the other WRs that go in the 6th-7th round and at best he's a proven top WR1 overall upside.

    Wish I had your faith in Akers between this and the last team. I'm totally off him and any other RB after a torn achilles.
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    [QUOTE=WHChampion;1667175863]Looks good. Really like the MT pick since at worst he busts like half the other WRs that go in the 6th-7th round and at best he's a proven top WR1 overall upside.

    Wish I had your faith in Akers between this and the last team. I'm totally off him and any other RB after a torn achilles.[/QUOTE

    Here is my Akers argument.

    #1 - The top guy in an elite offense almost always eats.
    #2 - While Akers was not 100%, he was still ahead of Hendo and Michel on the depth chart in the biggest games.
    #3 - Internal bracing is the new way to deal with achilles. It is much more effective so I don't think conventional achilles wisdom is as relevant.
    #4 - If I'm right about Akers or I'm right about Dobbins, I have an elite run game. If I'm wrong, one of them should still provide flex value.

    Take this with a graine of salt. I am the same guy who thought Bilal Powell was going to be Steven Jackson.
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