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  1. Keeper Help.......WHIR

    Antonio Brown is this generation's Jerry Rice. If/when Pittsburgh replaces Ben with someone even semi-competent he'll continue to be a big time producer. Don't give that up for peanuts. As for Ben...Idk what incentive there is to only keep 1 player, you really didn't explain those rules, but his value is very low due to the retirement risk. I know QBs are more valuable in a 16 teamer but I'd try to trade him and retain Brown.
  2. Case Keenum for Chris Carson Dynasty

    I think in a 1 QB league this is fair. If it's a superflex or 2QB league then I pass.
  3. Carson Palmer 2017 Season Outlook

    I loved that Carson Palmer had the stones to tell Mike Brown to shove it. Look at the Bengals now, still wallowing in mediocrity with bumass Marvin Lewis. Palmer was trending toward elite before the knee injury but he was always real solid. Made a pitiful talentless Oakland offense matter. Looked sensational at times in Arizona. He played the game on his terms. He was a division rival but he earned my respect, much like Kurt Warner eventually did. I hope going forward whoever replaces him is a super bust though lol.
  4. 2nd Round of Playoffs Lineup Help

    Probably Falcons D because a Nick Foles meltdown is probably the most likeliest scenario. I think Mariota would probably be my pick at QB.
  5. Chicago Bears 2018 Offseason

    So they're almost as bad as the York family then? I like this move for Cam Meredith because John Fox is the drizzling sh*ts, I just hope Trubisky can make a big 2nd year leap while forced to learn a new offense. The narrative all along was he only started like 13 games in college and it would take time for him to develop. He was also saddled with an embarrassing coaching staff. Mike Glennon was given the starters reps in training camp which just made it harder. Situation rings a bell, could he be this season's Jared Goff? Wouldn't really shock me to be honest. Mcvay worked wonders for Goff and Nagy helped Alex Smith be more than a chickensh*t game manager, for a little while at least. Things are looking up in Chicago.
  6. Dynasty trade help (Amari Cooper)

    I would keep Cooper, idk what happened this year but he's gonna be turning 24 right before the season so he's still really young and if Crabs is gone you have to think he's gonna be funneled a ton of targets. He had fantastic years in his age 21 and 22 seasons, I can't see why he wouldn't be able to get back to that and even exceed it, his upside is still massive. Gruden's offenses in the past have consistantly churned out 1100-1300 yard receivers every year, from Tim Brown and Jerry Rice to Keyshawn Johnson and Keenan Mccardell to Joey Galloway and Antonio Bryant.
  7. Keepers in 2018

    So it's between [OBJ and 2.03] or [Hunt and 1.03]? Since I expect both to go in the mid-late 1st I think the value lies with Hunt. In a PPR it's probably close, in a non-PPR I lean even more towards the RB.
  8. Trey Burton 2018 Season Outlook

    I think Saints make a move for a TE and dump Fleener. Reuniting Brees with Jimmy Graham makes too much sense unless his cost is prohibitive, which would make Trey Burton an extremely interesting alternative. Don't sleep on Kittle in SF in 2018 but they could definitely stand to upgrade on Celek in the offseason. I wouldn't be mad if they brought Burton in, but from a fantasy perspective I wouldn't be as elated as I'd be if he went to the saints. I love Rico Gathers in dynasty, perhaps Witten retires after 2018? Houston situation is tricky because it looks like Fiederowicz fears no CTE and may try to play again. He signed a hefty extension last summer afterall.
  9. Alex Smith 2017 Season Outlook

    Could see Washington trading for Smith in a panic move to save face after Kirk Cousins signs a mega deal somewhere else. You don't give up two 1sts and a 3rd for Mahomes, who's upside is insane, and then stick with Alex Smith and ensure you will stay a mediocre football team. The Chiefs are also way over the cap with Smith's salary on the books. He'll be traded for 2nd and 3rd round picks or something along those lines.
  10. AP 2017 NFL All-Pro Team:

    No one can claim the 49ers didn't get their $5M worth from Juice since he made the Pro Bowl at FB. Bradley Pinion is the 2nd best punter in the league, it's a shame there isn't a 2nd team All-Pro punter position. He's been our best player from the time we drafted him until we traded for Jimmy G. I also agree that it's a joke that guys are making the teams twice at the same position. The only way this should be possible is someone makes it at their position and then at returner.
  11. Latavius Murray 2017 Season Outlook

    I wouldn't say he shined. He blew the doors off KC in his first start, then plodded his way to a pedestrian 3.99 a carry the rest of the way while his new counterparts last season Jalen Richard and Deandre Washington were ripping off 5.9 and 5.4 yards a carry respectively. Oakland let him play the Asiata role there because that's all he's good for, running into the pile and not fumbling and catching a couple passes here and there.
  12. Latavius Murray 2017 Season Outlook

    It just feels like a lot of times people just take raw numbers out of context to poopoo Mckinnon. His rookie year he was thrust into a big role unexpectedly after AP whipped his kids to a bloody pulp and was being handled with kid gloves by an out of touch Norv Turner, was playing only his 2nd season of his life as a RB after playing most of his college career at QB. (Ran for over 2800 yards his last 2 seasons at Georgia Southern). He ran for 4.8 yards a carry and looked good doing it. Monster game vs ATL, which they completely ignored and started Asiata in a thursday blowout the next week and he only got 7 carries and 3 catches. After that he really wasn't bad considering he was stuck in a RBBC and they refused to give him goalline carries, then he got injured. Year 2 he averaged 5.2 yards per carry behind Adrian Peterson, who went on to win the rushing title. Not sure what else you could ask for. Year 3 Football Outsiders says that the Vikings’ offensive line had 57.2 Adjusted Games Lost in 2016. The next closest team was Houston with 33.2. The Vikings offense suffered the most games lost to injury of any team since 2000 according to this metric. This being said, over the last 6 weeks he averaged 15.93 fantasy points a game (PPR). Jerick Mckinnon came into year 4 focused, added a bunch of weight to help keep his durability. Won the KR job with a 108 yard TD vs SF. Ripped off 4.7 yards a carry in preseason on 26 carries and added 14 PPRs, continuing where he left off the first 2 years when the OL wasn't completely decimated. Then he got his opportunity this past game and flourished.
  13. Frank Gore 2017 Season Outlook

    Colts have defeated Titans 16 of the last 17 times. Granted that goes back to the Peyton Manning era but there could be some rare positive game script this week if Cassel starts or Mariota struggles again. Frank Gore should get you those safe 10-15 points again this week like usual.
  14. Ricardo Louis 2017 Season Outlook

    I like Ricardo Louis if you aren't giving up anything worthwhile, my issue is eventually Corey Coleman will be back and dare I say, maybe Josh Gordon. Kenny Britt might not go away either, although he should. I'm just not sure if the Browns offense will be able to support 2 or more fantasy viable WRs.
  15. Kevin Hogan 2017 Season Outlook

    So remember when Blake Bortles finished as the #4 QB in fantasy because of garbage time? Not saying that's going to happen here at all, very unlikely actually. But Hogan racks up the rushing yards which is awesome for fantasy and Browns secondary has given up the highest passer rating against in the NFL. Furthermore in mopup duty so far he's 26-38 for 377 yards 3 TDs 2 ints, 5 carries for 35. Now the INT he had earlier in the season vs Baltimore was a terrible decision in practically triple coverage. They were around mid field with 25 seconds to go in the half so I get it that he was trying to make a play but it was an awful play. His 2nd inteception he was hit from the blindside as he was throwing, the pass sailed a little high, bounced off his receivers finger tips and picked off by the DB. Those things happen, especially when you're on the Browns. Besides that he had a really nice day against the Jets, going on the road this week at Houston with a full week of reps, it will be interesting if he can be a viable fantasy QB yet again.