Dancin Homer

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  1. Thanks for the reply. If I take out my other 2 keepers, would you rather keep (i.e. do you believe Lindsay is the better player/ worth more than Watson in general)? thanks again
  2. Thanks for the reply. If you don’t mind me asking; what’s your reasoning for it being sizable? I know RB’s are inherently more valuable, but from everywhere I’ve looked/ mocked; both are being drafted pretty close to each other. Thanks again
  3. I think any of those options are good...and it also depends on which site your league is hosted on / how smart your other owners are. For instance, I drafted on CBS last week out of the 10th spot; was in a similar position as you and decided to go Kelce at 1.10 and Chubb made it back to me at 2.03. I was ecstatic. However, my WR's are now a little on the weak side for me, but I'm hoping some lotto picks pan out and I can be active on the wire. For you: If you pass on WR at your 1/2 picks, be prepared to miss out on most/ all the WR1's out there. If you're ok with that, go TE/RB or RB/RB. If you want to lock in that WR, but are worried about missing out on a RB1, go WR/RB If you feel you can find your RB's in the 3rd / later, than I'd go WR/ WR Please help:
  4. Singletary is now the guy in BUF take a look at mine:
  5. I see your thought process in the draft, late pick, go RB/RB & then I assume Mahomes. Not bad, but it obviously left you a little weaker at the WR position...weak-er, not weak though. Cooks & Boyd are both top tier WR2's with some low WR1 upside IMO. I actually like Bell and am completely fine with taking him at the end of the 1st & your RB corp is pretty deep behind the big 2. I'd wait into the season a little and then see if any of the RB lotto tickets (Darwin/ Hill) pop and can be used as trade bait to upgrade at WR or TE (assuming Hockenson doesn't blow up as well...in which case you just ride him). Overall, 12th pick in a 12 team league, I feel you did pretty good; Best QB, 2x RB1's, good upside Flex/ RB depth, and a high-ish floor TE with a high ceiling one waiting in the wings. Thanks for helping with mine
  6. Posted before but finally have the rest of the notable keepers and I need to submit mine today 12-team 3yr keeper rules are the following: Can keep up to 3 players drafted after round 5 (so 6th round = 1st keeper round) Year 1 = 1 round prior to draft round (drafted in round 6 = 5th round pick), if added as FA = last round keeper Year 2 = 1/2 of previous year keeper round (kept in year 1 for a 6th round pick = 3rd round pick in year 2) Year 3 = 1st round pick. Start: QRRWWTFKD Scoring: .5PPR, 4pts passing TD, 6pt all other TD's Keepers: Bold = already keeping (keeper rounds & year in parentheses - listed by keeper round): Alvin Kamara (6th round - 2nd year) Nick Chubb (9th round 1st year) Deshaun Watson (9th - 2nd year)** Phillip Lindsay (11th round - 1st year)** I have 2 options on the table: OPTION 1: Keep Lindsay for a 11th round pick (6th rd next year), trade Watson for a 5th or 6th round pick OPTION 2: Keep Watson for a 9th rd pick (would be 1st next year), and trade Lindsay for a 5th round pick Notable players already being kept: RB's: James Conner Aaron Jones Chris Carson Sony Michel James White Damien Williams Marlon Mack WR's: JuJu Smith-Schuster Cooper Kupp D.J. Moore Calvin Ridley TE's: George Kittle O.J. Howard QB's: Patrick Mahomes Thanks in advance for any input.
  7. Only QB's I expect to be kept are Mahomes & Mayfield.
  8. In the few mocks (removing expected keepers) and knowing how the league drafts, the below group are guys I'd expect to be there in the 5th: RB's: Tevin Coleman Miles Sanders Duke Johnson K. Drake WR's: Alshon Jeffery Mike Williams Dede Westbrook Robbie Anderson Sammy Watkins J. Landry Corey Davis S. Shepard TE's: Hunter Henry J. Cook I'm sure I've missed a few, but that should cover most of the best available I believe.
  9. To be clear, QB rushing TD's are still 6pts, it's just the passing TD's that are 4pts...so QB's like Watson, Jackson, Cam, etc... have a little more value in this scenario. Correct; players drafted in the 1st 5 rounds can NOT be kept. Any player drafted in round 6 or later can be kept for the previous round the following year (ex. Player A drafted in round 7 this year = 6th round keeper next year).
  10. While I don't think this one is a "no brainer", I'd still accept the trade. MT is definitely > Cooper and while Cooper had some great games last season, this comparison isn't really that close IMO and while I'm high on Lockett this year as well, I feel like we're all hoping that Lockett becomes Landry with more TD upside...the key word is HOPE. give me the proven WR1 in MT and the high floor of Landry in this trade please help with mine:
  11. I'm all in on Chubb as well. Even with the Hunt thing looming over, I feel he's a top RB and the Hunt signing was basically a cheap insurance policy. Please help with mine:
  12. in a 10-team, you can wait pretty late. I wouldn't hold till the last 1-2 rounds though as I'd rather have my choice of available QB's over the crapshoot that is DST & K. In my 12-team league, the last QB i'd feel comfortable starting is Josh Allen, and he's basically like the QB15 or so... even in my league that has a short bench (5 spots) someone picked Josh Allen as his backup QB (don't get me started on why you'd have a b/u QB in a short bench league) in the 2nd to last round...so that's still a possibility. That said, I'd probably rather have: Lamar Jackson, Cam, Dak, etc... in the late rounds to ensure I have a QB I trust a little more than Allen. Also, while I love the consistency Mahomes brings as the top QB, I think i'd actually lean toward keeping Kittle instead Please help with mine:
  13. Thanks for the reply to my post. I'd make the trade. While Edelman is very consistent, you already have 2x top 5 WR's and can stand to lose him to boost your RB's who are a bit shakey. Jacobs could be great, but I'd worry about him as my only starting RB to count on as Coleman could be in a RBBC all year. I know there's still the injury risk in Fournette, but if healthy, he immediately becomes your RB1.
  14. Background/ League info: 12-team 3yr keeper rules are the following: Can keep up to 3 players drafted after round 5 (so 6th round = 1st keeper round) Year 1 = 1 round prior to draft round (drafted in round 6 = 5th round pick), if added as FA = last round keeper Year 2 = 1/2 of previous year keeper round (kept in year 1 for a 6th round pick = 3rd round pick in year 2) Year 3 = 1st round pick. Start: QRRWWTFKD Scoring: .5PPR, 4pts passing TD, 6pt all other TD's Keepers: Bold = already keeping (keeper rounds & year in parentheses - listed by keeper round): Alvin Kamara (6th round - 2nd year) Nick Chubb (9th round 1st year) Deshaun Watson (9th - 2nd year)** Phillip Lindsay (11th round - 1st year)** I have 2 options on the table: OPTION 1: Keep Lindsay for a 11th round pick (6th rd next year), throw Watson back into the draft Option 2: Keep Watson for a 9th rd pick (would be 1st next year), and trade Lindsay for a 5th round pick
  15. This is exactly what I was thinking as i typed my initial response; I don't really see the value in holding both of those RB's, so whoever you think has the more upside hold & drop the other. Callaway - there's too much talent in the WR's in CLE now and between that & the issues off the field, I don't see his role. TE - Goedert, I'd hold for now