There are several interesting player comparisons we can look at in the first few rounds of 2010 fantasy drafts.á This season seems more muddled then normal, with very few clear-cut selections for fantasy owners to make due to injuries or epic struggles in 2009.á One of the interesting debates right now comes in the second, with David Wright (ADP 14.40) currently going a selection before Carl Crawford (ADP 15.17), on average. Given the type of season David Wright had in 2009, does that really make sense (though, of course, your first round selection could play a role in your decision, IÆm going to assume that you take a player that leaves both players likely)?á LetÆs take a look:
ThereÆs no questioning CrawfordÆs immense edge in the category.á Outside of his injury ...
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