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Fantasy football waiver pickup of the year goes to?

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Victor Cruz?

The Golden Calf of Bristol?

Demarco Murray (despite IR now...but got a lot of people in playoffs)?

What say you.

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For me, Demarco. Seeing as how I got him - and subsequently flipped him for Tolbert and Maclin right before he got hurt.

I'd say Cruz is in the running as well

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Last year it was Vick, really hard to find that person this year.

You could almost say Cam, but he got drafted a lot more than Cruz, The Golden Calf of Bristol, or Demarco.

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Cam Newton without a doubt. Outside of Panther homer leagues he wasn't drafted in most leagues and nationally was last in ADP for starting QB's.

After that I would say Victor Cruz just because he was a factor longer than DeMarco Murray.

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Cruz for me... grabbed him in a couple of leagues

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Fair enough...I like CBS...here is another look at it:

http://www.fftoolbox.com/football/adp.cfm?pos=QB

Avg. draft of pick 162.25 behind McNabb and McCoy (ouch). I guess 162.25 would have him being drafted in many 10 league teams at least.

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i grabbed jimmy graham week 3 in one league. he was kind of an unknown at that point. he count?

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No...Jimmy Graham was drafted in pretty large percentages. 95% ownership...I was fortunate to draft both Graham and Gronk and have been riding them to the playoffs this year.

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What about Laurent Robinson 43 rec 763 yds 8 TD in 11 games only 7-8 starts

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