The lone slam dunk in dream football is that there are no slam dunks. I've been vieing for years and still can't seem to delight in the magnificence of holding up that brilliant, title dream prize over my head notwithstanding the way that consistently I sit back in my seat following my draft, filter my list, and think, "This is my year. This list is a slam dunk."
How about we analyze a portion of my past first round "sure things" throughout the most recent three years. In 2005, I ran contrary to the natural order of things and took a QB. An extraordinary QB however, the surest of "sure things," Peyton Manning. Result: I exchanged him mid-season for a running back and completed dead toward the end in my association. Title group's first pick: Corey Dillon.
In 2006, I had the main by and large pick! No chance was I considering new ideas this year! I was adhering to address drafting recipe and taking a RB! Who might be a preferable decision over last year's dominant MVP, Shaun Alexander? He was clearly a "definitely." Result: Alexander harmed his knee mid-season and I was left depending on DeShaun Foster. I completed in fifth spot. Title group's first pick: Clinton Portis. เว็บคาสิโนครบวงจร
Last year, I was not really set in stone to stay with a RB regardless of my helpless karma with Alexander. I had an early pick and the self-evident "definitely" decision was Steven Jackson. A prevailing running back that was in line for a MVP-commendable season. Result: Jackson was likewise harmed mid-season and I missed the end of the season games by one game. Title group's first pick: Brian Westbrook.
I'm getting ready myself and everybody for their drafts this year by educating from my previous oversights and acknowledging there is nothing of the sort as a "definitely." indeed, perhaps I'll switch things around this year and draft a wide beneficiary in the first round. That is not a half ill-conceived notion! I bet Randy Moss is a "definitely" …I'll never learn.