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  1. I was high on him too during the draft but there's little reason for optimism now. I'm starting to think his career year a few years ago in Boston was the product of a depleted team around him, if I remember correctly. LAC actually has some decent depth at guard this year. In 20 team league, you probably need to hold, but in 12's or 14's even you can probably safely drop and monitor him from the WW.
  2. Definitely saved his line in the second half / garbage time. Was looking extremely grim there for a moment. Hopefully he gets his head right and starts playing defense and earning himself more minutes. He's gonna have to come out with that killer instinct and bring it cause he's sort of in the doghouse right now.
  3. I wouldn't drop Hezonja yet.
  4. Back on this train another year. I've drafted this guy like five years in a row somehow. As has been echoed ad nauseum in this thread, Covington is one of the most polarizing fantasy assets. His season stats don't jump off the page whatsoever (to the untrained eye). But on a week to week basis, on any given week, he gives you a chance to win blocks and/or steals and/or threes basically on his own. Just look at the last page of last year's thread. Several posters (myself included) on hands and knees praising the lord for his matchup-changing-ability late in the playoffs and also during championship week when he totaled 13 threes, 16 steals and 14 blocks from 4/2–4/11. These are the kind of guys you want on your team. Yeah, he'll have probably 4 or 5 weeks where he kills your FG% and disappears at times. But he's too important of a piece on defense to be taken off the court for the Sixers who will be contending in the East. Sign me up in the fifth round... again.
  5. Punt Assists 2018-2019

    Thoughts on this 12 team Yahoo mock I just did? 7th overall pick 1. Kawhi Leonard (Tor - SG,SF) 2. Kemba Walker (Cha - PG) 3. Khris Middleton (Mil - SG,SF) 4. Myles Turner (Ind - PF,C) 5. Nikola Vucevic (Orl - PF,C) 6. Enes Kanter (NY - C) 7. Brook Lopez (Mil - C) 8. Larry Nance Jr. (Cle - PF,C) 9. Jabari Parker (Chi - SF,PF) 10. Mario Hezonja (NY - SG,SF) 11. Derrick Favors (Uta - PF,C) 12. Avery Bradley (LAC - PG,SG) 13. Kristaps Porzingis (NY - PF,C) Rolling with just 2 PG eligible guys is risky but I had a punt assists team last year with only like 3 PGs and it was fine. Obviously wish I would've been able to land a Zach Lavine type in the mid rounds but I was getting sniped. Also got sniped on Pat Beverley late. Overall looks slightly weak on FG% and steals.
  6. C.J. Uzomah 2018 Outlook

    After what Hooper did to PIT (as well as every other TE who has faced the Steelers), I'm definitely eyeing Uzomah next week.
  7. Patrick Mahomes II 2018 Outlook

    Don’t sell, dudes gonna be a star, immediately... already is. Dude has simply never failed in his life, at anything, and is in the perfect environment and situation to succeed. Him and Tyreek are a perfect pair, Andy Reid hand selected these guys. Then add in Kelce, Watkins, Hunt. And a bad defense to keep game scripts in his favor. Enjoy the show.
  8. This is what I keep telling myself. Thursday night bench blow-ups are bitter sweet.
  9. Brandon Marshall 2018 Outlook

    You should be an ad copywriter man. This is great emotional and persuasive writing, ha.
  10. Nick Pivetta 2018 Outlook

    Agreed, I'm ready to drop him if it's confirmed he's not starting. But there's a chance he starts.
  11. Nick Pivetta 2018 Outlook

    I'm assuming he's starting tomorrow... Yahoo has had him there for a few days but there are definitely some conflicting schedules out there. Pivetta started the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader and Arrieta started the second... so maybe they keep with that order?
  12. Will Smith loses out on another save opp thanks to Chris Stratton throwing a complete game... his last save came nearly a month ago.
  13. Tyler Eifert 2018 Outlook

    On the plus side he played in 64% of the snaps. Up from I believe somewhere around 49% in week 1. Bad news is yes, the other two TE's being involved. Maybe it was because they were on a short week? Could be. I don't have any other options anyway. Whatever.