I finished middle of the pack last year 7th of 12, predominantly due to my poor RB corps. I drafted Ryan Mathews, Beanie Wells and Michael Bush as first three. None panned out. Anyways, here are my keepers, 3 total. 1. Peyton Manning 2. Hakeem Nicks 3. ?????????? Now, I just traded for Brandon Marshall, giving a 3rd round pick and exhchanging 4th rounders with the guy who won it all, so I lost a 3rd rounder but moved up 5 positions in round 4. Here are my current RBs: Ryan Matthews Beanie Wells Michael Bush LaGarret Blount M. Goodson (out of desperation) Sooo, I have the following picks. #7 #15 #18 (traded Larry Fitz last season for this 2nd rounder) #37 A few questions: 1. What RB should I keep, if any. I am torn between Wells and Matthews. Wells is given the offense with the trade of Hightower, but so has Matthews with Sproles to NO. I do want to try to get Bount as well, but not sure if he is worth a second - not sure he'll be around in the 4th. Remember it is a keeper so the draft pool isn't too big here. 2. We've just implemented a 4th keeper for next year's offseason, a mandatory rookie. I'm thinking Ingram at #7 if he's available, or D.Thomas in the 4th if hes available. But, given that I already have two top 10 WRs, should I consider go with AJ Green or Julio Jones some time in the second to stack my WR corps? I do need a good rookie to keep, so it might be worth it. I want my first three picks to be all RBs. But I am tempted to take Green or Jones as well if Ingram is gone by 7th overall pick. Sorry for the long read....just looking for some outside opinion. EDIT: Just called off the trade for Marshall. Already got Nicks and Manning locked up, need room for a RB. That totally slipped my mind. Unless I keep Manning, Nicks, and Marshall and go all out on RB with first three picks.