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  1. I would go Edmonds. Patriots D tough. No one for Danny Dimes to throw to, stacked box. Something tells me Chase. Thanks for the help on mine. good luck
  2. Good luck to all entering week 6 Torn between Brady and Ryan.1 point for every 50 yards passing and 4 points for a TD pass. 6 points rushing TD, My instinct is Ryan but, there is something about TB 12. A little help much appreciated. WHIR. Thank you,
  3. Tough choice. WHIR. Week 3 scared me with Ridley and the Hardman matchup with Detroit looks enticing.
  4. Good luck today. My other two WR's are Keenan and Sterling Shepard. All have R Cobb, J Washington so I am a bit week. Non-PPR 1 point for every 20 yards and 6 point for TD's. Thank you so much and best of luck today.
  5. I would make the trade. I really like Engram. Also the early reviews on Jones at QB are looking good later as well. Thank for your help on the Zeke question. Much appreciated. Good luck this season.
  6. Hi all, I have been offered the 1.1 pick in this years draft and Calvin Ridley for Zeke. I have MG and Kerryon Johnson as my other RB's. I have the 1.8 pick and the the 2.1 pick. My team is a contending team top 2 or 3 last three years. Can't quite get over the hump. My WR's are good, This is a largely rookie draft and I would take either D Montgomery or J Jacobs with the 1.1. Am I crazy? Draft is on 9/3/19 so I have a little time. Are Zeke and Melvin coming back? Or am I screwed to start the year at RB. WAs also offered D Freeman and the 1.2 as well. No shortage of offers for Zeke. Good luck this year. WHIR. Thank you, Bob
  7. Am I overreacting? I have MG and Kerryon Johnson as my other RB's and I pick 1.8 and again at 2.1. I would pick D Montgomery with the pick. Tough to get a starting RB and my 2 lead RB's are out for a bit. WHIR Thank you very much!!
  8. Kerryon.. I think Damien Harris is a very good looking rookie that could pose an threat to S Michel beyond the normal NE RB hijinks.
  9. I have the 1.8 pick in our Dynasty draft this year and I have been offered Devonta Freeman for it. For Context ny other RB's are Zeke Melvin Gordon Kerryon Johnson I obviously need a starting RB but also feel I could land Devin Singletary or D Harris at this spot. Do I sacrifice the future for the now? I am a contending team. Thank you for your help WHIR Good luck this year
  10. Thank you all for the great insight. I might be able to package the 1.3 pick and J Landry for the 1.1 pick. then I would be essentially getting Jacobs or Montgomery and Chubb for Zeke indirectly. Gives me two solid options. Also it appears Zeke is a little butt hurt over Jerry's comments. Not sure how that works out. Tough position when a short time ago I was happy having the 2.1 pick as a result of trading for James Washington. Essentially I had the 1.9 pick this year and traded it away last year on the come for James Washington. What to do??
  11. I have a situation in our dynasty league. I am the proud owner of both Zeke and Melvin. I do not currently have a first round pick. My other back is Kerryon Johnson. I have been offered the following for Zeke. A little context, we are a 10 team league that keeps 19 players on our roster. Our draft is 6 rounds, largely a rookie draft with the occasional veteran picked up. We play 1 QB, 2 RB's, 3 WR/TE and a kicker. Non PPR but one point for every 20 yards rushing or receiving and six points for a TD. Offer 1, This years pick 1.3 and Nick Chubb Offer 2 This years pick 1.6 and 2.8 and that teams next years first round pick. Should be a top 5 pick Offer 3 This years 1.8 and 2.2 and that teams next years first round pick. Also should be a top 5-6 pick next year depending on Zeke. Don't quite know what to think. Sit tight and hope Zeke and Melvin come in or negotiate a bit on the above. Do not feel this is an incredibly strong draft to be stockpiling picks. Any and all help appreciated. Best of luck this year to you all. Thank you, Bob