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  1. I certainly don't want to spend top 24 price for him. He's a guy I am more willing to gamble on getting a td than probably any non wr1
  2. His floor certainly has him as a TD dependent WR. I think it's worth pointing out that some TD dependent guys are better bets than others. I look at Dez Bryant and don't call it an anomaly when he has double digit TDs (and he has in every season he's played a full 16. 9 in his 15 game season, 8 in his 13 game season, 3 in his nine game season with the Cassel/Weedon castle of suck, and 6 in his 12 game rookie season). He's an elite end zone threat. I look at Baldwin putting up the same number of TD's and call it a fluke because he hasn't shown it to date. Moncrief could very well settle into that 10ish TD per year mold of receiver given the other options available to Luck and the Colt's offensive philosophy.
  3. I'll defend CMike, and defend him as a value pick, but I wouldn't call him the starting RB. That's Montgomery. CMike owners have to hope for a Blount-lite role.
  4. Depends on who's in that list for me. Brown I can understand. I don't like Beckham. I like Evans as an Aggie. Green has the same problems as Julio. I don't consider anyone else close enough. I've actually been able to avoid a few decoy games from paying attention and being willing to bench him for decent options (and I'm not talking about my year where I had 4 of the top 5 wr's). It was something like a Crabtree option this past year. "Start your studs" can be both wonderful advice and a horrible absolute.
  5. We're still talking the #25 O-line in the league per PFF. Even if Luck isn't helping them, they're failing on their own. Bring that up into the 10-20 range before even thinking about spending a high pick on a non-generational talent at RB.
  6. Until they have at least an average line before spending a significant pick.
  7. Even The pats can't beat magical shenanigans.
  8. Coaching and free agent management would be my two big differences.
  9. Last I checked, the cowboys are one of the gold standards in the world when it comes to financial worth, and the best in football. Jerry made that value. Interesting tidbit, this millennium, the patriots have 63 pro bowls and 16 all pro selections from players they drafted. The cowboys have 62 and 17 (both second most in NFL, and tied with pats for highest combination). They've drafted reasonably well this side of y2k.
  10. I think you mean re-sign.
  11. He's missed 3 games in the last 3 years. 2013 was obviously bad as he missed 11. 2012 was a full season, and he missed 3 games in 2011. The only season that really kills him as a draft pick is 2013. His per game advantage is too high to be upset with him for missing a game or 2 in a season.
  12. Late round it wouldn't be awful if there's a good value on a guy they like. They certainly shouldn't be spending any first 2 day picks on one though. Of course, if their front office's track record can be believed, they'll probably take 2.
  13. Oh, the overexaggeration. He was a viable RB2 in Seattle. I don't like GB's situation around him and their offensive tendencies, but if I get him for flex/backup price, he could potentially be viable.
  14. I don't think that's fair. There's a lot of talented guys that don't get double digit TD's. Over the last decade, 82 receivers (apparently, this includes TEs) have made that list, or about 8 per year. Last year, only Jordy, Evans, Brown, Beckham, and Adams made it. Tedd Ginn made it in 2015 but Julio didn't.