SharkSwimmer

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SharkSwimmer last won the day on November 14 2016

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  1. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    I saw the fumble at the goal-line in the first half. It actually reminded me a bit of the play against the Colts where Carson got injured. He looks as slow as molasses out there. And the dedense can see him coming from a mile away. I just do not get why Pete Carroll loves this player so much.
  2. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Thanks for posting the replay. Johnson stayed upright but he did have two or three linemen behind him who were pushing the pile. Having been so disappointed last year, I have spent most of the summer thinking I won't go back down that road again in 2018. But then he goes and makes plays like that... I just have a funny feeling he will be scoring a large number of touchdowns this season.
  3. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    I came in to this thread to watch the replay of the play you are describing. Still waiting... :Checking his watch emoji
  4. Dez Bryant 2018 Outlook

    Still not offereing Dez enough money? Or is he just stalling because he does not want to be sweating in the hot sun?
  5. 2018 Do not draft list

    Weary means tired. Wary means very cautious. I am weary of reading people misuse the word "weary" when they mean "wary," and, frankly, wary of trusting anything they write. Kamara is basically one giant muscle. He's no Tarik Cohen or Chris Thompson.
  6. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Is McKinnon the most polarizing player in all of fantasy football? Maybe McCaffrey... If Shanahan really wanted to build his running game around Alfred Morris, he could have started doing so months ago. Camp body and injury fill-in seems more like it.
  7. 2018 Do not draft list

    Favre played at a high level until almost this age, but then he could no longer protect himself from the monster hits. Peyton Manning was a shell of his former self by this age. Your concrete evidence is that no one has ever played at a pro bowl level at age 41.
  8. 2018 Do not draft list

    Father Time is undefeated. We saw cracks in the armor showing last year, and it is just going to get worse. 41 is SO old to be playing against all the world class 23 year old athletes of the NFL.
  9. 2018 Do not draft list

    My DND list: (Top of my head, there are many more). Tom Brady. This is the year the wheels finally fall off. Deshaun Watson. Great player, will get hurt again. LeSean McCoy. Terrible line, terrible team, legal troubles and Goodell looming. Marshawn Lynch. Past his "sell by" date. Devantae Booker. Don't care if the Broncos name him the starter. He's a bad player with no heart. Julio Jones. I want touchdowns. Alshon Jeffery. Injury issues cloud his outlook. Adam Thielen. Good solid possession receiver/WR3 type being drafted as a WR1. Jordan Reed. Brilliant talent who is one good head shot away from being all done. As in, all done. Travis Kelce. Great player but Andy Reid will figure out a way to muck it up. Jags D. Big target on their backs, much tougher opponents this year. Steven Gostkowski. Pats kicker falls victim to their team-wide Super Bowl loss hangover.
  10. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    That's the point I was shooting for. You made the same point, but far more artfully. Kudos to you, good sir.
  11. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Tennessee overachieved last year. This year it will be back down to earth. Jags are better, Luck and Watson are returning, and the non-division schedule is tougher. Last place, here we come.
  12. Alshon Jeffery 2018 Outlook

    In redraft leagues with no I.R. spot, Jeffery will be drafted, mark my words. His big name will be impossible to resist in around the 6-7th rounds.
  13. Alshon Jeffery 2018 Outlook

    Too big of a name, still riding the glow of his championship game dusting of the Malcolm Butler-less Patriot secondary, and possibly missing too much of the season to justify how high Jeffery will be selected.
  14. LeSean McCoy 2018 Outlook

    Ms. Cordon has good lawyers. Since they have no direct proof that McCoy ordered the attack, they are alleging that his known and undisputed actions (turning off the alarm; denying her access to the code) violated his standard of care and were a proximate cause of her injuries. This is a legal theory they can prove up, and could result in a large judgment in her favor. I agree that Goodell is the X factor in all this. We have seen countless times that Goodell will cynically act to protect The Shield by doling out suspensions when pressure from the public gets to a certain point. McCoy should be very careful not to create the impression that he is buying Cordon's silence.
  15. LeSean McCoy 2018 Outlook

    ragrag-- You are really following this story closely. You aren't, by chance, one of Mr. McCoy's entourage?