Imo pick 6 is the worst. It is the first spot you can pull the trigger on a WR but is awkward when it gets back to you as who may be left at RB. At the same time it is crazy to consider some of the RB picks over Michael Thomas. Then the middle of the second is where guys like Lamar, Kittle, Kelce are starting to go and could be as valuable as mid tier RBs that round. Essentially you could make a shout for running 0 RB but it is gross at that spot.
Best case scenario you land Kamara (If he drops) or grab Henry. Then hope Hopkins is there, or another decentish RB slips like Drake, Jacobs, or Sanders to pair up and look for someone like Odell, Schuster or Cooper for the third round.
Kamara/Henry, Hopkins/Jacobs, Odell/Schuster as your first three.
I feel like this is just mind games and trying to throw me off hahaha. I see what u mean though. Some of those WR u said being available at pick 3 would surprise me.
But i genuinely don't see how what u said doesn't apply to any spot between 6 to 10.
I won't be towing the line though, it is tricky with either accepting the best leftovers in round 2-3 or just taking an alternate path.
Its hugely dependant on who in our draft is live drafting and actually into Nfl, as the rankings and auto picks could help me out imo.
The No RB option is something I looked into more today, some media/experts completing drafts with this approach and tried to show how ur team could look. But its down to ur late round RB picks and a whole lotta luck.
Its not like by going that approach that u get a huge scoop at the WR anyway, just slightly earlier than others on a couple picks.
I personally do think alot of WR are going to prove more valuable than some of the high rated RB anyway.
If i get what I want in the first 3 rounds, I like my chances from there.