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  1. Being both a USC and Auburn fan and having watched both backs in college, give me Kerryon over RoJo every time. And with dynasty being about the long game Henry is the guy here over Ebron.
  2. Honestly, I'd be surprised if you could get Fournette for Julio straight-up. If you value ARob and Cooper similarly, asking for Howard+Cooper could alleviate the problem of both incoming players being on the same team.
  3. Howard+ARob was actually a pretty solid offer. That you consider it to be "LOL" and looking at your proposed counter means you're probably too far apart on value to get anything done.
  4. 2018 Biggest Busts

    Don't play stupid word games with me, man. The spirit of my statement was that unless you believe he will consistently outperform the next-best QB by a significant margin, he won't be worth taking super early. That should have been pretty clear to anybody whose agenda wasn't contradicted by what I said. I'll say again that I have Watson in my dynasty league and I hope he proves me wrong, but I just don't think it's realistic to expect him to sustain last season's fantasy production on a longer-term basis.
  5. 2018 Biggest Busts

    BLUF: Unless you think Watson will sustain 30+ PPG, it's not worth drafting him in the third or fourth. If you think he can do that tho, fire away! Here's a cut-and-paste value-over-replacement comparison I shared on another forum. Positional comparisons with the numbers 1, 10, and 12 (with RB2 included since Gurley was absolutely stupid) Rk - Pts - PPG Standard D1 - 195 - 12.2 D10 - 122 - 7.6 D12 - 115 - 7.2 QB1 - 350.4 - 21.9 QB10 - 264.4 - 16.5 QB12 - 259.3 - 16.2 RB1 - 326.3 - 20.4 RB2 - 261.6 - 16.4 RB10 - 181.7 - 11.4 RB12 - 173.0 - 10.8 WR1 - 219.8 - 13.7 WR10 - 154.8 - 9.7 WR12 - 150.3 - 9.4 .5 PPR D1 - 208 - 13.0 D10 - 133 - 8.3 D12 - 119 - 7.4 QB1 - 347.9 - 21.7 QB10 - 260.7 - 16.3 QB12 - 255.3 - 16.0 RB1 - 351.3 - 22.0 RB2 - 299.1 - 18.7 RB10 - 190.2 - 11.9 RB12 - 188.2 - 11.8 WR1 - 261.8 - 16.4 WR10 - 194.2 - 12.1 WR12 - 188.7 - 11.8 Edit: I have Watson in my dynasty league and am super excited to see what he does this year and beyond, but I'm also trying to be realistic in my expectations.
  6. Davante Adams 2018 Season Outlook

    My issue isn't with your rankings, tho I certainly disagree with them. I take the most exception to what I view as your faulty conclusions.
  7. Davante Adams 2018 Season Outlook

    He didn't attribute the word "trend" to you, he stated that there is no trend to corroborate your statement and he is correct. Why don't you reread And last year's number (17488) was closer to the ten-year average (17612) than were the two previous years (18295, 18298), so interpreting the regression towards the mean as "starting to go down" I think is a bit disingenuous.
  8. Davante Adams 2018 Season Outlook

    And since this thread is about Davante, I'll just throw it out there that he's gonna beast this season and going forward. The torch has been passed. Sleep on it to your own detriment.
  9. Davante Adams 2018 Season Outlook

    Total pass attempts from the last ten seasons, by season, according to the link you posted: 2017 - 17488 2016 - 18295 2015 - 18298 2014 - 17879 2013 - 18136 2012 - 17788 2011 - 17410 2010 - 17269 2009 - 17033 2008 - 16526 The annual average over that period is 17612. Last year's 17488 is right in line with that average, so I'm not sure where you're getting your "Passing attempts are going down" argument. Sure last year's number was lower than the previous two years, but those two seasons were the high-water mark of the last decade, so an argument could be made that maybe pass attempts are going up.
  10. Keep 3: AB, Gronk, Adams, T. Hill

    I like AB/Gronk/Adams here
  11. What value does Julio have? WHIR

    You'd probably have to add to your side to get Mixon and 1.02. Julio+JGordon or Julio+Coleman might get it done, tho Gordon's value is really all over the place and Coleman is more of a future asset with the possibility (probability?) of him leaving next year as a FA.
  12. Keeper Dilemma

    D/ST scoring is hard to predict from year to year, but JAX has a bunch of young studs and should stay near the top of D/ST rankings for the next couple of seasons. Here's a cut-and-paste value-over-replacement comparison I shared on another forum. Positional comparisons with the numbers 1, 10, and 12 (with RB2 included since Gurley was absolutely stupid) Rk - Pts - PPG Standard D1 - 195 - 12.2 D10 - 122 - 7.6 D12 - 115 - 7.2 QB1 - 350.4 - 21.9 QB10 - 264.4 - 16.5 QB12 - 259.3 - 16.2 RB1 - 326.3 - 20.4 RB2 - 261.6 - 16.4 RB10 - 181.7 - 11.4 RB12 - 173.0 - 10.8 WR1 - 219.8 - 13.7 WR10 - 154.8 - 9.7 WR12 - 150.3 - 9.4 .5 PPR D1 - 208 - 13.0 D10 - 133 - 8.3 D12 - 119 - 7.4 QB1 - 347.9 - 21.7 QB10 - 260.7 - 16.3 QB12 - 255.3 - 16.0 RB1 - 351.3 - 22.0 RB2 - 299.1 - 18.7 RB10 - 190.2 - 11.9 RB12 - 188.2 - 11.8 WR1 - 261.8 - 16.4 WR10 - 194.2 - 12.1 WR12 - 188.7 - 11.8 PPG advantage similar to other positions outside of Gurley.
  13. OBJ Fournette dynasty Trade. WHIR

    OBJ is the #1 or #2 overall dynasty asset and is worth Fournette plus. I'm not sure if that plus is Andrew Luck, but adding Ertz on top should get you more than what you're being offered.
  14. This looks like a winning eight-team roster, so with this being a 12-teamer you should lol your way through the season. All that quality youth should keep you at or near the top for the next several years.
  15. L.Bell dynasty trade offers. WHIR

    1) Quality replacement RB and a WR1 to add to your kinda thin WR corps, but this one somehow still feels a little bit light. 2) The RB depth in this class is pretty strong and you should find great options at 1.04 and 1.06. CMC ain't no slouch either. Not sure I'd 100% accept either deal, but both are absolutely worth consideration.