ORCHARD PARK NY - NOVEMBER 14: Lee Evans #83 of the Buffalo Bills makes a finger tip catch against Chris Houston #23 of the Detroit Lions at Ralph Wilson Stadium on November 14 2010 in Orchard Park New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
With Adam selecting Aaron Ross, the availability of a quality corner to add to my defensive lineup is somewhat sparce.
So while I'm tempted to jump on either a lesser known corner like a Kevin Rutledge or even a specialist type like Will Middleton, that would be a complete waste of a pick in my opinion, especially with three selections remaining. I contemplated taking Dwight Lowery, but to me he only gives me a one-way player and I'm looking to stary with versatility in my selections.
Considering the defensive options are limited, I'm sticking to the offensive side of the ball once again, and adding another potential dual-threat weapon to my team, Lee Evans.
Evans brings adequate size, speed, and athletic ability that makes him both a prototypical flag receiver as well as possessing the ability to play as a slot corner in our defense.
I'm gonna use Evans both outside and in the slot, and teamed up with Blackmon and Thomas, my receiving corp is shaping up to be a dominant one from a strictly flag football perspective. Thomas and Evans together give me two down field, speed threats with solid hands to compliment the zone eater that Blackmon will be.
With two selections left, I'm ready to run with these boys already.