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  1. It's hard to trust Howard right now but I think you go with his upside since you're other options have limited ceilings. So Henry and Howard for me. Thanks for helping on mine.
  2. Ten team PPR. should I trade my T Cohen for his D Henry. my other RBs are Hunt, Ajayi, and D Martin whir
  3. Cleveland Browns Offseason Thread 2017

    This. Also not mentioned is the fact that he has never caught a single pass from Kizer. There's virtually no chance he comes back and posts top 3 WR numbers.
  4. I'm struggling with this decision and would appreciate some help. WHIR D Henry vs Seattle L Miller @ NE C Carson @ Tenn J Rodgers @ Minn D Johnson @ Indy Need an RB2 and Flex
  5. Jeff Samardzija 2017 Outlook

    He's in there for me on 3 teams. I haven't figured out any rhyme or reason to when good Shark or bad Shark appears. He could have a home matchup against a little league team and could easily give up 8 runs in 3 innings if he's off. Narrative incoming but I think he has some of the worst mental makeup in the game.
  6. Drop Kiermaier for..

    Fowler. He's been beasting of late.
  7. Help?! I need to stream a pitcher!!

    Both seem like really good options but I'd probably go with Lackey. Looking back over the last 3 years, he's faced the Brewers 10 times and has gone at least 6 innings in every start and hasn't given up more than 4 earned runs. Plus he's been really sharp over his last 3 starts.
  8. One move left... who do I start? **WHIR**

    I'd give the edge to E Rod by a fairly significant margin. Boston is rolling right now and I doubt many of the Reds hitters have faced him before. Giolito is pitching pretty well but I wouldn't expect too many k's that game and the Royals might even be slight favorites in that game. I wouldn't expect Ryu to go very deep in that game and MadBum could very well shut that offense down. I'd also guess Vegas odds would have the Sox the biggest favorites in all of those games.
  9. Daniel Mengden 2017 Season Outlook

    I've done the same as well. I have several teams that could easily move up or down 2 spots in the standings in the final week of the season so a lot could change if he gets rocked. I was in on him last year and he burned me a bit so I'm a little hesitant. He doesn't seem to be getting a whole lot of swings and misses so I'm wondering how much of his recent success is luck driven.
  10. Corey Seager 2017 Outlook

    If you're saying overrated from a fantasy perspective, then yes I agree. If you're just saying he's overrated then I'm not sure what you're expecting out of a 23 year old kid that has already produced a 7.4 WAR season and is at 5.4 and counting this year. From a fantasy perspective I didn't think he'd come close this year to his ADP given the lack of stolen bases. He kind of reminds me of Anthony Rizzo in that regard from a fantasy production standpoint. I'm guessing he'll have an ADP in the 20 to 30 range next year and ill be passing on him again too.
  11. Giancarlo Stanton 2017 Outlook

    9 games left for Mr. Stanton. 3 @ Arizona, 3 @ Colorado, and 3 at home against the craptastic Braves pitching staff. I can't think of a better way to finish an amazing season.
  12. This season hasn't changed my draft strategy a whole lot. I always try to get a top 8 starting pitcher in the 1st 4 rounds. I then get an SP2 in rounds 6-8 then fill out the rest of my rotation with high upside, young starters the rest of the way. The one area I will pay a little more to next year is speed. I think all of my teams are below average in steals so next year I'll be targeting the Turners and Altuves in round 1 and so on. It's been another year of closer carousels so I'll continue to invest minimally there in drafts and try to pick up the next Knebel, Rivero, etc on the waiver wire. Oh, and I'll continue to pay close attention to the Minor League forum to get a jump on all the prospects. I still owe the guy who posted that Rhys Hoskins was getting called up!
  13. Jose Berrios 2017 Outlook

    Good stuff. I benched after you posted this and so far looks like a good decision. On another note, I'd love to see the Twins rework his delivery in the offseason. I hate seeing pitchers bring their hands over their front knee during the delivery. It brings their hands far away from their center of gravity and can throw off their balance and alter their release points. In all my years of watching baseball I only remember seeing David Cone have consistent results pitching that way.
  14. James Paxton 2017 Outlook

    I have him in 2 leagues and I'm leaning toward benching in both. I knew he would be rusty his first start back but his diminished fastball velocity from that sttart is the main reason I'm benching him.