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  1. RB's are so interchangeable I can't even remember who Williams is here.
  2. I'm just here to say that I got my Tom Brady jersey on December 25th, 2001. Can I have a gold star now?
  3. And the thing your analysis hasn't even touched is how many of those top 24 RBs were drafted in the top 24? Or, better yet, how many of the top 24 drafted RBs were performing like that in weeks 14-16?
  4. I usually agree and I typically shy away from whoever last season's top guy was, though I view Mahomes a bit differently. I'm not about to look up any numbers, but I don't recall any QB having that big of an edge over the 2nd place QB, and the #1 thing I'm looking for in my draft is guys that'll be highly ranked in weeks 14-16 and I view Mahomes as one of the surest bets to be in that spot next year. Granted I do auction drafts so I'll still be able to grab a first rounder (or two) in addition to Mahomes if I want to, not sure how I'd plan if I were doing snake drafts (thank god I don't do snake drafts anymore though).
  5. I need Daesean Hamilton to get less than 49.2 in one league and I need Royce Freeman to get less than 74.6 in my other I'll see myself out
  6. I've got Chubb (and a blowout thankfully) but I thought it should've been 99 from the start. Didn't realize others saw this as well. That last carry right?
  7. I'd go with Fitz unless there's news later in the week that's positive for Gus.
  8. Can't you add Gabriel now and then make your claim adding davis and dropping Gabriel?
  9. I'd try to get more personally, tho I def see why you're doing it with your roster.
  10. Tbh I normally don't like making 1 for 2 type trades but I'd be trying to upgrade both of your back 2 WR slots. Not sure who exactly to Target but I'd try to trade Carson and Sutton for two WR2s.
  11. I wouldn't do it because it's a 3 WR league. You need your 4 starting WRs. If it were a 2 WR league I'd do it tho. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/735453-pick-up-jack-doyle-who-to-drop-whir/
  12. 12 team .5 ppr. 8-3 record My QB and K are on byes this week, so I'm rostering two positions where I plan to cut my backups after this week. TE has been my weakest position all season, and I've been trying to give myself additional options going into the playoffs by recently trading for Njoku. Now Jack Doyle hit waivers and I'm tempted to add a 3rd TE. Would you cut Edwards? Njoku? Or would it be crazy to cut Matt Bryant and roll without a kicker for this week -- or at least see how things look after 4 of my guys go on Thursday? I'm leaning towards cutting Gus Edwards mostly cause I figure Doyle and Njoku have a better chance of starting a playoff round for me than Edwards does. QB Mahomes, Winston RB Mixon, Chubb, Brieda, Edwards, WR Antonio, Thomas, Golladay TE Hooper, Njoku D Bears K Zuerlein, Bryant WHIR leave a link
  13. This post makes a lot of sense in general, but I think it's important to note that the performances of two players on the same will be more correlated in general than for two players on different teams. If all you're trying to do is maximize your expected points then that correlation doesn't matter. BUT what you're really trying to do is maximize the number of times your score beats your opponent's scores. I think a QB/WR stack is the clearest example of this and is a great idea for underdogs who could use more volatility to pull off an upset or for favorites to avoid in favor of more uncorrelated players.
  14. I'd be really tempted to pick Riddick with Kerryon out, understanding it could definitely backfire.