Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by rmilia1, Jul 12, 2018.
No QB. No OL. Just skill guys. Saw this done on ESPN . Interested to see what tHoop thinks
Lol. Apparently not
Anything else is going to start an argument
Ironically I have Atlanta 4th sp you just missed it lol
1. Kansas City
2. LA Rams
3. NY Giants
7. LA Chargers
So, by skill position groups, do we mean which team has the best WR unit, which team has best RB unit, etc?
Or, do we mean which team has the best overall skill position players, ie. Atlanta has the best overall group of RBs, WRs TEs?
It appears implied that it's just overall value of RB/WR/TE combined plus any overlapping roles they might have between those three positions.
With QB and OL excluded, the Chiefs got this pretty much locked up if 2015 Watkins shows up.
They looked at in total . So running backs wide receivers , tight ends. Special focus on a teams top 5 skill guys but do it how you want. That's just how espn did it so I did the same
Yeah number 1 was easy . 2-7 was tougher
Pretty OP depending on which Watkins shows up.
I think you were 30 actually lol
I think Pittsburgh has to be pretty damn high if not #1.
Eagles are solid all around, with good depth, but lacking elite talent at any one position with the possible exception of Zach Ertz.
The receivers are actually kind of meh other than Hill.
Efficiency wise Conley is better than his volume indicates, tbh. I'd take him over Albert Wilson who got paid this past offseason. At some point it doesn't really matter if you don't need 3 WR's on the field. If the WR3 is average 13+ yards a catch and is like 6'3" and runs 4.3, it's very whatever.
Sammy Watkins repeats 2015, it's GG this list.
I'd actually have Atlanta higher if I were only basing it on the top 5 skill guys ( Freeman, Jones, Sanu, Ridley, Coleman) but TE is blah and receivers after top 3 are mostly blah too. KC goes 7 deep imo
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