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  1. wow. my memory sucks. its crazy to think Tom is 3 years older than Manning was in his last season, 4 years older than Marino's last season....older than Favre....TB12 is obviously doing something right.
  2. Manning started hot his final season, but faded big time coming down the stretch. I don't think the issue will be with Brady's ability to throw...I think his body will quit on him before his ability to pass degrades. Being able to recover from the weekly abuse playing NFL causes..... but I agree with some of the other posters....I am not seeing him being a difference maker in fantasy overall in terms of raw numbers. should outperform his ADP.
  3. it really comes down to #12 for me, if he can stay healthy. if he finishes the season, he will be the 6th oldest quarterback to ever start a game in the NFL. he has defied father time until now.. but like a gambler on a hot craps table who keeps upping his bets....we know the big red is coming.... just don't know when.
  4. Luck is leaving a lot of money behind.
  5. Junior Seau would like you to know how important making the Hall of Fame meant to him.
  6. looking at Boris Chen's list.....id say around pick 75 is when he will be on my radar depending on how the draft goes. but he certainly should be gone by pick 90 IMO.
  7. that was the single greatest moment in the history of the internet* * - and by internet i mean these forums
  8. 6 consecutive seasons with 100 catches. I think i would take him over AJ Green.
  9. im mostly disturbed by the pictures of his feet
  10. i could probably talk myself into Fournette pending draft position...but im not *eager* to take him.
  11. wait-- AJ Green is 31 already? what the hell
  12. what is Justin Blackmon up to these days? Gordon may have played his last snap if he couldn't make it with a rebuilding 0-16 team.
  13. i dunno about all that. the much simpler explanation is they didn't want to pay him big money for a lot of years since Ben Roethlisberger is on the wrong side of 35, AB near the end of his prime, and Bell near his.... you are better off taking that money and extending younger players. paying for a running back is like paying for a closer in MLB.
  14. yeah, i think Bell sits for 10 weeks, unless he was playing brinksmanship....but the time to do that was before negotiating a long term deal. devastating blow to Bell owners. I think reality is setting in. I took pity on one league of casuals I am in and didn't add Conner this afternoon when the Steelers put it out that he wasn't going to be there for 10 weeks.
  15. usually players cave and show up to get paid and play football. Bell is sticking the middle finger to all that. its a bold move; time will tell if he was wise or not; but no doubt the players resent that he misled them about his intentions. I don't see Bell playing for the Steelers again, and this being a most ugly divorce...but maybe it will spawn some hard questions about how much a star player should be entitled to when the rb career is usually about 5-7 years. I can't think of any good fits as far as a trade goes....the money would have to work, and teams that would want a 1 year rental probably have their cap accounted for, yes? the Steelers would have to sell for pennies on the dollar for a team to take him for free....and I don't know that it offers enough to not just keep him around...esp when they are probably helping the competition. rescinding the offer doesn't help them either. its quite unprecedented.