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  1. TE: Ertz or Samuels - Non PPR

    Seems unfathomable to sit Ertz, but when you have a starting RB you can put in your TE spot and Wentz is hurt, I'd do it.
  2. As a Panthers fan, Panthers are really bad against the pass, I'm starting Brees with confidence
  3. I hate Aaron Jones' matchup as much as the next guy, but I don't think Dixon is someone I could sit him for. I'd go Jones
  4. I'm in the same predicament. Jones has been killing it but the Bears D is just too good, I'm going with Samuels. Praying for a receiving TD tbh
  5. Accept? Whir

    I would take AD side http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/737564-best-big-man-stashes-whir/
  6. How would you rank the following players for now and ROS Noah Vonleh - getting consistent mins as starting PF - will he hold this role all year? Gets 3s but less stocks than others here Nerlens Noel - 1.1 stls and 1.4 blocks in just 14 mins a game. Low mins hold him back but could explode if Adams gets hurt Mitchell Robinson - insane shotblocking potential but not much else, really struggles with fouls. Will Kanter be traded? Larry Nance - started very slow but playing well over last couple weeks, now Thompson down for 2-4 weeks Richaun Holmes - playing well and has great per minute numbers but stuck as Ayton's backup. Will they ever play together? WHIR
  7. Commissioner Question

    Agreed with Afc. I would think since you specified the last 2 playoff seeds would make it in based on total points for, that they would also be seeded based on total points for. W/L record only relevant for top 4 teams. That's how I'd interpret it, but ultimately it's up to you as commish
  8. Awesome job addressing the point of the post. My only point was that proving collusion is not an easy task, usually not possible. What part of that is "Wrong. Plain and simple." Unless you're omniscient or have all your leaguemates' houses bugged, you can't prove s--- in most circumstances. That's why vetoes need to be on the table for heavily unbalanced trades
  9. Chubb or Jones ROS? 0.5 PPR

    Appreciate the help everyone and the consensus here seems to be Chubb, interesting bc FantasyPros seems to have Jones a good bit higher https://www.fantasypros.com/2018/11/fantasy-football-trade-value-chart-week-11/ Any thoughts why?
  10. Uhh Hyde is worthless, so it's Carson (dinged up and in a 3 headed committee) for Chubb. Not even close really
  11. A league with no veto sounds wack. Trades should not be insta-processed. Now this specific trade isn't too egregious tbh, def not a "league ruiner" as you put it A lot of people on these forums have the opinion that as long as there's no proven collusion, the trade should go through every time, but I disagree. It's almost impossible to prove collusion between 2 people unless you have personally seen the texts/chatlog/whatever. Proving collusion isn't possible in most situations, it just isn't. If player A (8-2 record) trades Jimmy Graham to player B (2-8 record) for Saquon Barkley, and you ask player B about it, all he has to say is "I needed a TE." You can't definitively prove that collusion took place, but it still hurts the competitive integrity of the league, and should be vetoed. TLDR: Trade isn't that bad, but vetoes should always be an option as collusion can't be proven 99% of the time
  12. First off, a league with no veto sounds wack. Now that trade isn't too egregious tbh, def not a "league ruiner" as you put it A lot of people on these forums have the opinion that as long as there's no proven collusion, the trade should go through every time, but I disagree. It's almost impossible to prove collusion between 2 people unless you have personally seen the texts/chatlog/whatever. Proving collusion isn't possible in most situations, it just isn't. If player A (8-2 record) trades Jimmy Graham to player B (2-8 record) for Saquon Barkley, and you ask player B about it, all he has to say is "I needed a TE." You can't definitively prove that collusion took place, but it still hurts the competitive integrity of the league, and should be vetoed. TLDR: Trade isn't that bad, but vetoes should always be an option as collusion can't be proven 99% of the time
  13. Which WR should I start?

    I'd go Courtland, think he'll produce nicely down the stretch
  14. Fair trade and you could make it work going into playoffs with Diggs + Boyd. But I think I'd hold firm, OBJ still killing, will prob still kill it even if Eli gets benched
  15. It's close but I think I'd do that for Mixon. Mixon also plays OAK and CLE weeks 15-16 during semis/finals, should be money