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    There are several other good value picks worth mentioning.

    12th round picks Kyle John (60 pts, pick 139) and Donnie Vinson (53 pts, pick 133)
    13th round picks Corey Jantzen (51 pts, pick 154) and Brian Stephens (48 pts, pick 153)
    14th round pick Daryl Cocozzo (52 pts, pick 165)
    15th round pick James Fleming (51 points, pick 180)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    How did you fools let Lewnes fall to 7? He should have been the number 1 overall based on his performance last year+Schedule. If I had the 1st overall pick I'd have taken him.
    Interestingly, that's not what you said at the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    hindsight 20/20
    You wouldn't be saying that if he had gotten injured. Still have 12 weeks in the season.
    Most of the guys drafted ahead of him are completely healthy. He's just outperforming them(like he did last year)
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Most of the guys drafted ahead of him are completely healthy. He's just outperforming them(like he did last year)
    I realize that. My point it is that drafting is not a science. It's always easy to point out the pluses & the minuses of the PAST. & my 2nd point is that the season is not over yet. What looks good today can change tomorrow but you know that already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckvader View Post
    I'll agree that both those picks are great values, but my vote for best pick of the draft goes to Tigerfans last pick (#145 I think) Undefeated Alan Waters!
    Unfortunately, when your last pick is your best one, it doesn't make for too good of a team.

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