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  1. Not in my league. It's a continuous FAAB system. As soon as I posted that questions the Darnold news came out. Forget Robby without him under center.
  2. Robby Anderson was dropped during waivers. How much should he go for on the second wave of waivers?
  3. The Chargers have a very poor run D? I'll be honest I haven't looked into how the defensive front looks this year, but last year they allowed the 10th fewest rushing yards per game. That doesn't seem like a very poor run D to me.
  4. Our ESPN league voted to change our acquisition settings from FAAB to FAAB continuous. I went to make the change and ESPN won't let me change the player acquisition system setting. Does anyone know how I go about changing the settings?
  5. There is no quote about six weeks from anyone. That's my point. It's a clickbait article from PFT that Sleeper referenced. PFT took that Jerry Jones quote and asked what does "dog days of the season mean" and came to the hypothesis that it means six weeks. It's just their interpretation.
  6. That is a very speculative report right there. All of it is based off of the same quotes Jerry Jones made at the luncheon. “We’ve got a marathon here,” Jones said earlier this week. “We want Zeke when we get to the playoffs. We want Zeke when we’re in the dog days of the season.” There's nothing new there, but a headline of "Cowboys anticipate Zeke holds out 6 weeks" will sure get some clicks.
  7. https://www.nfl.com/prospects/kyler-murray?id=32194d55-5267-0413-8d36-a5c3fd781aa0 Facts are facts. His OFFICIAL height from the combine was 5'-10 1/8". If you want to pretend like there's some conspiracy to add a couple inches to his height then have fun with your tinfoil hat.
  8. Nope. His combine height was "officially" 5'-10 1/8".
  9. Bears fan and Howard owner last year here. Howard was a terrible fit for Nagy's scheme. Under the previous regime he was constantly running with more traditional formations (fullback, double TEs, etc.) and against loaded boxes. He was a good in those situations because of his vision. He is very good at being patient and finding the right holes. When he got passed the first level, there was often nothing in his way. He had quite a few long runs because of these situations early on. In Nagy's scheme he didn't see the stacked boxes and his vision didn't matter. In the situations he would get to the second level, he would get swallowed up. He was also pretty much nothing in the passing game so teams knew what was coming. I don't think you can compare Montgomery and Howard because they have completely different attributes. Unlike Howard, Montgomery has excellent short burst and was one of the best at breaking tackles ever in college. He's also very good in the passing game. I would not look at Howard's lack of success in the system as a red flag for Montgomery at all. Just my opinion though.
  10. Is the person who wrote the Rotoworld blurbs CJ's mom or something? Holy crap. Those two writeups are so biased and, IMO, wrong.
  11. I know this is getting ahead of things, but any opinion on this guys' dynasty prospects? Any chance he's the lead back for the Ravens next year? Possibly an RB2?
  12. How much FAAB would everyone spend on Ronald Jones and on TreQuan Smith in a dynasty league?
  13. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-aaron-jones-hasdone-enough-to-warrant-a-lead-role-in-green-bay oops, wrong link earlier
  14. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2802667-raiders-news-te-lee-smith-calls-derek-carr-criticism-a-joke-and-laughable Nice writeup on just how good Jones has been in limited action. He’s even got a better pass block rating than Jamaal. I still think it’s just a matter of time before this guy takes over. The sky is the limit for him in this offense.
  15. For the Vikings to sit him. Not fantasy owners. If he plays, you play him obviously.