Is this why you should have $ at the end an auction draft?

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Is this why you should have $ at the end an auction draft?

Postby Poobah » Sun Aug 23, 2015 3:40 pm

12 team, 1/2 PPR, start QB/2RB/2WR/TE/Flex (RB/WR/TE)/K/D

My top-end WRs are missing, but I got 3 of my top 20, so wasn't sweating it...

Brees ($27)/Kaepernick ($2)
AP ($46)/Gore ($25)/Yeldon ($4)/Ellington ($7)/Bernard ($5)
Cooks ($20)/Hopkins ($22)/Smith ($10)/Allen ($7)/Charles Johnson ($2)
Bennett ($2)
Vinatieri ($2)
NYJ ($2)

I had $14 left over, and in the post-draft poker game, I traded Brees and Smith for Aaron Rodgers ($50) and Matt Asiata ($1, destined for waiver wire), which tapped my cap space to the dollar. I'm not used to having no space to work the WW early in the season, so I may see what other deals I can work, but my problem is that it might be 2-3 moves of giving up 2-for-1s to get there. Also, every WR in the tier above Cooks and Hopkins went for at least $30 (Evans - $34, Hilton - $33), so moving up into the Cobb/Green range would require 2 of Cooks/Hopkins/Gore to get there.

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