Originally Posted by HighEndHits
Around the end of the first round you always had someone picking a QB. Typically it was Peyton, but sometimes it was Brady. But it was 1 QB taken at the END of the first round. Foster/Rice/McCoy should be taken ahead of every QB!
Your argument is valid in leagues where points aren't awarded for completions and/or passing TD's are only 4 points vs 6. Your point about injury also breaks the argument for taking RB's early. Last year it was AP or Foster. McCoy popped up. Rice is a good option as well. But, after those guys. What RB is a cowbell back that's a threat to hit 20 total TD's? It's all a crap shoot, and I'd prefer to have my biggest point total coming from the best protected position...