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  1. Too early to look at my keepers?

    There is actually a lot of talent going back into the draft this year due to our keeper rules (players can only be rostered 3yrs consecutively, ie, kept twice). Guys like Goldy, Bryant, Harper, Trout, Stanton, Braun, Blackmon, Votto, Freeman, EE, Betts, Pollock, a lot of elite SP are going to be available. Up the middle...Altuve, Cano, Odor, Dozier, Pedroia, Lindor, Bogaerts, and Correa are all going to be in the draft. Beckham is intriguing...not sure how much I trust him. I waver back and forth on him, lol. The hard part is I have to make my first two picks count. Because I won the league, I'll have picks 12-13 and then won't get another until 36-37. So I have to get my keeper list right and then make those first two picks hit bigtime because the well will go dry quickly before I get to my 3rd rd pick.
  2. 12-team, traditional 5x5 roto. We keep 8 with no salaries or rounds attached. We can keep players no more than twice before they go back into the draft pool. Some guys I'm looking at... Cody Bellinger 1B/OF Matt Olson 1B/OF Tim Beckham 2B/SS Justin Turner 3B JDM OF Khris Davis OF Kevin Kiermaier OF Willie Calhoun OF Billy Hamilton OF Delino Deshields OF Austin Hays OF Teoscar Hernandez OF Kenley Jansen Aaron Nola Charlie Morton Which of these eight would you lean to at this moment. I finished 10th in BA last year (still won the league), and I would need to draft some BA help to avoid finishing near the bottom again with these keeper options. My current leanings... 1. Bellinger 2. Turner 3. Martinez 4. Davis 5. Hamilton 6. Calhoun 7. Kiermaier 8. Olson...or Jansen...or Nola If I knew Deshields would be the everyday CF, I might hang onto him and have a great chance at locking up SBs with him and Ham. But Olson's power is soooo enticing...except for that whole BA thing.
  3. Matt Olson 2018 Season Outlook

    Loved having Olsen last year, and I like him going long as the expectations are realistic. I'm not optimisitic about his BA. Last year's avg between AAA and Oakland was higher than any season woth more than 300 AB in his career. I think we see his BA slide back to the .240 range, and I think we see his power settle into the 35-38 HR range with a push towards 100 RBI. Solid numbers at 1B, and he probably has OF eligibility in most leagues.
  4. Cody Bellinger 2018 Season Outlook

    I think we see a regression. I love this kid, and I hope he'll be a cornerstone keeper for me...but I think he comes back a little as a sophomore. I'm thinking .250-80-34-95-12.
  5. Willie Calhoun 2018 Season Outlook

    Pretty sure in Yahoo he's going to be OF only. I wish they counted minor league games, too, but I don't believe they do.
  6. Antonio Brown 2017 Season Outlook

  7. Waiver Wire Touts - Week 11

    That 9-123 line from two games ago (for him) was pretty headlining :). I'm curious to see how he does against the Saints secondary this weekend, but 13-199 over the last two weeks with 24 targets is pretty enticing. Seems like Cousins finally found a WR to throw to, lol. Crowder has had more targets in his last two games than he had over his previous 5 games.
  8. Jonathan Stewart 2017 Season Outlook

    I think Samuel is done for the season.
  9. Corey Davis Season Outlook 2017

    We have 8 bench spots, and I have all three.
  10. Not much available at QB with Alex Smith on a bye. Which of these two schlubs would you go with to replace Smith?
  11. Curtis Samuel 2017 Season Outlook

    No talk about Samuel after the game. Not big numbers, but it appears to be a step in the right direction. Russell Shepard certainly wasn't the beneficiary of the Benjamin trade. Lol.
  12. Aaron Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    Imho, those numbers don't qualify as beasting :). Nice back, and I wouldn't fuss if Jones became an Ingram clone though.
  13. Aaron Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    Hundley looked bad in one game against a good pass defense. Let's see if he progresses at all over the second half. I think the first rd talk was speculative about his potential IF he continues to play at a high level, considering he'll get Rodgers back as his starting QB. As far as Ingram, I wouldn't say he's been beasting. He's had one season with more than 6 rushing season with double-digit total season with more than 1,000 rushing yards and none with more than 1, season with more than 1,200 total yards. He was a solid backend RB1 last year, but he hasn't been beasting for years. Personally, I believe Jones has the potential to be more than Ingram has been to this point...just depends on opportunity and whether or not he grabs it.
  14. Engram or Doyle?

    1/2 ppr league...which would you start? Engram is going against the Rams, who are allowing 23 ypg to TEs, and has allowed the 7th fewest points to TEs in my league. Doyle is going against Houston, who has given up the 5th most points to TEs in my league. All things being equal, I'd go with Engram, but I'm seriously thinking about rolling with Doyle this week...especially after he put up a great game last week.
  15. Aaron Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    Lol no. Understandable. 👍