If you were starting a dyansty league today who would you build your team around

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  1. TrevorBasile profile image59
    TrevorBasileposted 6 years ago

    If you were starting a dyansty league today who would you build your team around?

  2. sportsfather profile image58
    sportsfatherposted 6 years ago

    I'd have to say Aaron Rogers.  He just came into his prime during the last couple of seasons and still has another 7-10 years in the tank.  He'll win at least one more Super Bowl before he's done.

    1. jeolmoz2 profile image55
      jeolmoz2posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Have to ask because it's going drive me nuts, if don't.we should start a poll to see to what degree are we shock ( sounds funny, right?) that Eli Manning already has TWO Super Bowl Victories to his credit...He has to the luckiest man on the face of t

  3. theframjak profile image91
    theframjakposted 6 years ago

    I agree with sportsfather and would take Rodgers. Running backs are too fragile and have a short shelf life and WR's are too dependent on others for their points.  Rodgers should play at a high level for years to come and would be a nice choice to build a team around.

  4. jeolmoz2 profile image55
    jeolmoz2posted 6 years ago

    Agree Aaron Rogers at the moment seems like the guy, but football is such a physical sport it could change, but barring a serious injury Rogers solid pick

  5. GiancarloLorenzo profile image70
    GiancarloLorenzoposted 6 years ago

    Ray Rice. It's simple.  He's only 25, and will be a fantasy monster for at least the next five seasons.  You can't redraft elite QBs like Rodgers, but you can find many great QBs in any redraft with the potential to be elite.  Much harder to find a great RB in redrafts because everybody keeps theirs, and it's hard to trust rookies and fringe RBs to ever develop into great or elite options.  And don't even bother looking for an elite RB option in redrafts.  I'd take Rice.

  6. Cogerson profile image81
    Cogersonposted 6 years ago

    Aaron Rodgers is the safe pick.....Cam Newton is the QB model of the future....and the sleeper pick would be Trent Richardson.

  7. Film Fanatic 603 profile image61
    Film Fanatic 603posted 6 years ago

    Like many others I would have to pick Rogers. Not because I like him or that I think he's the best, but he is still young enough to have a number of seasons ahead of him. If you had asked me that question a few years ago I would have undoubtably said Tom Brady. I am a Patriots fan and have watched every pats game for as long as I can remember and Brady was and still is a huge part of the Patriots success.

 
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