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  1. Mitchell Trubisky 2018 Season Outlook

    So last year i was reading an article (don't remeber which) that was making a comparison between Carson Wentz and Derek Carrs' rookie year to 2nd year transition for fantasy. They had similar stats but Derek Carr saw a 41% increase from year 1 to year 2. They had several reasons listed as to why this happened and they pointed out to look no further than to Carson Wentz to mimic the jump. That was last year. Mitch Trubisky is going to be that guy this year. Derek Carr Rookie Year: 348comp/599att/58.1comp%/5.5yds att/21:12 TD ratio in 16 games Derek Carr 2nd Year: 350/573/61.1%/7/32:13 in 16 games Carson Wentz Rookie Year: 379/607/62.4%/6.2/16:14 in 16 games Carson Wentz 2nd Year: 265/440/60.2%/7.5/33:7 in 13 games Mitch Trubisky Rookie Year: 196/330/59.4%/6.6/7:7 in 12 games. If we can figure that Mitch will also have a 2nd year leap, we can have a rough idea of the following numbers: 338/550/61.4%/7.2/24:11 in 16 games. That would come out to 249 yards, 1.5 TDs and .69 INTs per game. In a 6 pt per TD league with -2 for INTs, that would be 282 pts without including any rushing points. Mitch averaged 20.7 rush yards per game last year with 2 TDs. So if we figure that as well, we could be looking at 300+ rushing yards with 3 or 4 additional TDs on the ground, which would put him right around 330 total points. Yes that is a pretty noticeable jump, but if we believe in his draft pedigree, taking 2nd year jump, enhanced playmakers around him and a new coaching staff.... I don't think for a second that those numbers are too crazy for him this coming year.
  2. It really revolved around my qbs. I got lucky kn a few deals where people had their homer goggles on. Some of them were continued deals or 3 way trades. I will try to get this all straight, I made a total of 15 trades. 1. Jimmy G, Hyde, K. Benjamin(homer) for Pat Mahomes, Stefon Diggs, Evan Engram and 1.7 2. Sammy Watkins for Joe Mixon. 3. Aaron Rodgers and 2.1 for Russell Wilson, Amari Cooper and 2.7. 4. Joe Mixon and 1.7 for Ezekiel Elliott. 5. Andrew Luck for Derek Carr. 6. Chris Carson, C.J Prosise, Stefon Diggs for Jarvis Landry and 1.8. 7. Amari Cooper for 1.9. 8. Derek Carr, Jarvis Landry, 2.7 for Jimmy Garoppolo, Sammy Watkins 1.6. 9. Pat Mahomes and 1.9 for Carson Wentz and 2.3. 10. Sammy Watkins and Brandin Cooks(homer) for DeAndre Hopkins and 2.10. 11. Russell Wilson, Mark Ingram, 1.8 and 2.10 for David Johnson. 12. David Johnson, Mack Hollins and 2.3 for Odell Beckham, Randall Cobb and 1.5. 13. Evan Engram for 2.5 14. Gio Bernard and Randall Cobb for Mitch Trubisky. 15. Chris Godwin for 3.3
  3. Quick Update. We had our rookie draft last weekend and started FA this past week. QB- Carson Wentz, Jimmy Garoppolo, Mitch Trubisky RB- Zeke Elliott, Saquon Barkley, Derrius Guice, Rashaad Penny WR- DeAndre Hopkins, Odell Beckham, Robert Woods, Chris Hogam, Christian Kirk, Antonio Callaway TE- Zach Ertz, Austin Hooper DST- Texans Total Salary Cap after rookie signings and FA: $272 (out of 300) with 6 open spots on roster.
  4. Dynasty Trade and Picks Question, WHIR

    I would do that deal. It significantly increases your starting lineup. You will still be able to get a real good player at 1.9, while having the improvement from Davante Parker up to Michael Thomas.
  5. Thanks for your input. Yea I am fully prepared to draft Saquon with 1.1. You are right in that I will not be counting on a rookie WR in that open slot. There are a couple free agents that I will feel comfortable placing in the WR2 spot to play matchups. The thing that is nice is that i will be able to play Garoppolo in one of my flex spots as opposed to another rookie back, or someone I pick up from FA.
  6. So this is the first offseasons I have ever done in a dynasty league. It is a superflex, PPR, salary cap league. I felt good going into last year, but was killed by injuries. I made a lot of moves, think I improved from year 1 to year 2? Here is before and after. Starting roster is QB/RB/RB/WR/WR/TE/SFLEX/FLEX/K/DST with 22 roster spots/ 3 IR and 3 Taxi BEFORE QB- Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Jimmy Garoppolo RB- Mark Ingram, Carlos Hyde, Gio Bernard, Jeremy Hill, Chris Carson WR- Brandin Cooks, Sammy Watkins, Kelvin Benjamin, Chris Godwin, Mack Hollins TE- Zach Ertz Picks- 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 Total Salary Cap: 294 (out of 300) NOW QB- Carson Wentz, Jimmy Garoppolo RB- Zeke Elliott, David Johnson, Gio Bernard, Jeremy Hill WR- DeAndre Hopkins, Chris Godwin, Mack Hollins TE- Zach Ertz, Evan Engram Picks- 1.1, 1.6, 2.3 Total Salary Cap after rookie signings: $242 (out of 300) with free agency yet to come.
  7. Commissioner's Corner (2017 Edition)

    For my league, we allow player to be kept in round drafted for 1 year. Anytime after that, they must use a 1st round pick to keep a player. It is a pretty large deterrent for people to keep on having the same player year after year. As far as the bonuses this is another thing that we do. We do both yardage bonuses and the long TD. We felt is was good to "reward" a player for having someone hit those benchmarks. As far as the long TD bonus, we went with the mindset that in an actual game, those long TDs can help turn momentum in that game. We wanted to do something similar where we felt a long bonus was appropriate. It has certainly helped turn the tide of a game, especially if someone owned a QB/WR combo on one of those long TD plays. I specifically remember a few years ago I was playing against my longest friend. We always talk a bunch of trash and watch the games together. I had the Andy Dalton/A.J. Green combo and they connected on a huge TD play. That play pushed me over the top to beat him. That play alone made the week more memorable and honestly one of the single most memorable matchups of my fantasy career.
  8. Kareem Hunt 2017 Outlook

    I think it will come down to how they want to use this backfield. Will they try to split it up between Hunt/ Ware and West? That would be awful. Hunt is clearly the best option they have, but we will have to see how the offseason and preseason play out. I think he will be a safe bet, but cannot rule out the above from the coaching staff. (I also have him as a keeper option) I hope they decide to use him as their new Jamaal Charles.
  9. 2017 Vent & Rant Thread

    Hah, yea for sure. Cam, Gurley, Bell, D-Hop, and Rishard Matthews were his big dogs.
  10. 2017 Vent & Rant Thread

    So.... I had started Aaron Rodgers, Kareem Hunt, Mark Ingram, Devonta Freeman, Brandin Cooks, Adam Theilen, Jimmy Graham, Gostkowski, Dez and Eagles D..... Lost by 40 freakin points. IN STANDARD!!! Wow.
  11. Brandin Cooks 2017 Season Outlook

    Steelers play a lot of zone defense. Lots of opportunities for Cooks/Brady to find their spots. Joe Haden playing today after breaking his leg earlier in the season... Also, Chris Hogan is out.
  12. Help with my RB/WR spots - WHIR

    RB- Davis and Hyde WR- Julio and Gordon FLEX- Goodwin
  13. Need serious help (WHIR)

    I would play Cooks and actually keep in Marvin Jones. I was watching NFL Network and they made a point to say that Golden Tate has struggled against the Bears his whole career. That and the Bears have a tough time against WR1s, I would play him. I would actually play Crabtree over Marshawn Lynch if anything.
  14. Josh Gordon or Dez Bryant WHIR 100%

    Yea I would go Dez on this one.
  15. Flex Help. WHIR

    As long as Mike Davis ribs' are good to go, I would play him. Getting the majority of touches.