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  1. I offered it to him, he accepted. 3 picks in the top 22 sounds really nice, not sure what’s gonna be there at 51 though.
  2. Also forgot to mention I traded my 7th and 8th round picks (82 and 87 overall) to acquire a 6th and a 9th (64 and 105 overall.)
  3. Thinking about a trade offer, need some opinions. I would receive his 2nd round (22 overall) and his 5th round (51 overall). I would be giving up my 3rd round (34 overall) and my 4th round (39 overall). 25 man rosters. Start 3 WR plus Flex. Also start 8 IDP. Thoughts? Appreciate it in advance.
  4. 4th pick? Antonio Brown come on down.
  5. So, RBs, WRs, TEs get credit for all of their yardage at the exact amount (49 yards=4.9) but kickers should only be 3 no matter what? There’s even PPR to juice up skill positions points as well, but still kickers should only get 3 points regardless? A 60 yard FG should be the same as a 25 yard FG? I’m not buying. I’m not saying I like the decimal point system as I prefer the round number for kickers, but I like a little bonus given to the kickers for the longer FGs. 39 yards and under 3 points. 40-49=4, 50 or more=5. Not saying everyone has to play or like the same scoring formats but I think kickers should be valued for their contributions more than just 3 points regardless of how long the FG is. Kickers are people too! ?
  6. As far as I know you can only look at the current years draft results on the app. For instance if you already drafted for 2018 they would show up afterwards on the app. If you want to look at 2017 results you have to go back through the league history archive or your yahoo profile on your PC. Im pretty sure that’s how it works but if someone knows how to do what you’re talking about I’d like to know as well.
  7. No you miss the point because clearly you didn’t read or understand the data I provided. I will say it again, just because you replace the Qb does not mean you replace the amount of pass attempts per game.
  8. QB are lost every season and replaced, the amount of pass attempts are not necessarily replaced. FYI I'm including all games played for every player here, even partial game as to make this fair for both the starter that missed part of a game and the backup that played part of a game. However for the starters and backups I did not include games played with fewer than 10 pass attempts. Rodgers 238 attempts/7 games = 34 attempts per game Hundley 316 attempts/10 games= 31.6 attempts per game Luck (2016) 545 attempts/15 games= 36.3 attempts per game Brissett 467 attempts/15 games= 31.13 attempts per game Palmer-267 attempts/7 games= 38.14 attempts per game Gabbert-171 attempts/5 games=34.2 attempts per game Stanton-159 attempts/5 games=31.8 attempts per game Winston-442 attempts/13 games= 34 attempts per game Fitzpatrick-163 attempts/5 games= 32.6 attempts per game Wentz-440 attempts/13 games= 33.84 attempts per game Foles- 97 attempts/4 games= 24.25 attempts per game As you can see, attempts went down from the starter to the backup every time. Coincidence? I don't think so. Just because you replace the QB does not mean you replace the amount of attempts they have. All of that is to say, you have less targets for WR's because of less attempts from QBs and when you're missing high end fantasy players such as Rodgers, Luck, Wentz and solid QB options like Winston and Palmer for chunks of a season go figure targets are going to go down, that's common sense. It doesn't mean its a league wide trend necessarily.
  9. Rodgers missed 9 games Luck missed 16 games Wentz missed 3 games Winston missed 3 games plus parts of 2 more Roethlisberger missed 1 game Palmer missed 9 games Think that had anything to do with pass attempts going down?
  10. OBJ has literally never averaged any more than 10.83 targets per game in his entire career, so where you’re getting this 12-18 number from I have no idea. 10 targets per game is what OBJ has done and if he plays all season I seriously doubt he doesn’t get 160 targets. Give Eli 550 attempts, which he hasn’t had that few since 2013, and see where the targets distribute. Heres a hypothetical... OBJ- 160 Engram-100 Shepard-100 Barkley-100 In this unrealistic scenario that Barkley gets 100 targets on top of his rushing load and Engram and Shepard also get 100 each. Eli would still have 190 targets to spread around amongst his WR 3-5, backup TEs and backup RBs. Also, wouldn’t having more options help Odell so he’s not keyed in on as much? I get concern over an injury or holdout but neither has been reported to be a major concern at this point. Odell is being slept on this year in my opinion. He’s like your WR8 it looks like. I’ve seen others say he’s not a 1st rounder. This guy is elite, he’s good for 90-100 receptions 1200-1400 yards, 10-12 TDs, and has done so every year he’s played at least 12 games, and that’s not being force fed some insanely high target amount for a #1 WR either. Opinions are opinions I get it, but I think you’re way off on this.
  11. I’d rather not draft either one of them at their current draft cost to be honest.
  12. Of course, I'm not going to pick Ajayi, Collins, Lynch or Hyde over those guys. But you also failed to mention D. Lewis, Michel, Ronald Jones, Guice, Penny, among others, though I guess they're more around round 5ish or so probably, though Penny may end up a bit higher than that I guess. Preferably I'd rather grab an elite WR in round 1, and see what's available in round 2. I don't think there's that many elite WR's this year as opposed to RBs. Perhaps you grab a top 12-13 RB if you pick near the mid-end of round 2 or if they're gone there's always the possibility of doubling up from the top 8 WR's or so, or Gronk of course. It just depends on how the draft goes to me, I don't have a set strategy. I could go many different ways. I just feel like there's more of a drop off in the WR's from the elite to the next tiers than there's is from the RBs. But that's just my feeling, I'm sure I'm in the minority on that.
  13. Been doing mocks since late February. I feel like WR drops off after the top 8 (AB, Odell, Hop, Julio, Thomas, Keenan, AJ Green, Evans). There's a few guys I like in the next 10-12, but there's quite a few question marks as well attached to those guys. Of those guys the guys I like the most are: Fitz, TY (with Luck), Gordon, and either Diggs or Thielen (whomever Cousins seems more attached to)
  14. In my opinion RB is as deep as it's ever been, Tomato, to-ma-to I guess.
  15. I'll challenge it and I'm not a fan boy, I just use logic and reason. Hoodie didn't need Brady? Really? Come on. Hoodie's career record without Brady as his starting QB is 54-63, with only 1 playoff win. Before Brady started in week 3 of the 2001 season it was 41-57. That's 6-10, 7-9, 7-9, 11-5, 5-11 with the Browns in 5 seasons and 5-11 in his first season with the Partriots and 0-2 the second season before Brady actually started a game. Hoodie did go 10-5 without Brady in 2008 (Brady started and got hurt week 1), and 3-1 without Brady in 2016 during the suspension. To say he didn't need Brady is ridiculous, plain and simple. They needed each other. Hoodie wouldn't have 5 SB wins as a head coach without Brady, and Brady wouldn't have 5 without Hoodie. It's amazing how much people discount Brady even to this day, despite all he's accomplished, all because he has hoodie as a coach. Apparently any QB could have won those Super Bowls? Then why didn't they win the SB the year Brady was out? Why didn't they make the playoffs that year? As far as Peyton Manning is concerned. He also had alot more to work with on the offensive side of the ball as far as talent was concerned. Marshal Faulk, Edgerrin James, Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison to name a few. That's through most of his career. Those are Hall of Fame talents. Brady's had what Moss for a few seasons and Gronk? That are or will be in the Hall of Fame. Edelman and Welker were solid but they're not elite, hall of fame type talents. Brady never had an elite RB other than Corey Dillon but that was at the end of his career. For that matter he only got over 1000 yards in 1 of 3 seasons with the Patriots. Brady did have better defenses though so he had the advantage there, however Brady is more clutch on the big stage than Manning was so there's also that. Either way, like who you want to like and all but it's not as cut and dry as you'd like to make it seem.