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  1. Hey man, the team was claimed over the weekend, but if something happens to fall through I will shoot you an email!
  2. Hey everyone! I'm looking for a replacement owner for my free 14 team dynasty. The league is a h2h points league on Yahoo, and utilizes slow auctions, salaries, and contracts. The league is very in depth and provides you with the opportunity to function like a real life GM. The team is very good and would be 3-0 had the owner not vanished on us. Gianns, Drummond, Gobert, Rubio, Bledsoe, etc. Please either respond here or email me at adifazio27@gmail.com if you're interested!
  3. Dalvin Cook 2018 Outlook

    David Johnson absolutely no chance. Howard maybe if the owner is panicking, but I don't know why you would want Jordan Howard instead of Dalvin after waiting all this time.
  4. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    Man, some people are so bad at fantasy. How can you possibly sit at 2-5 and think sitting on Bell will make your team better? Anyway, as for Conner, there is no reason not to ride this out at this point. Unless I'm getting a trade that fits my needs I can't pass up (I saw someone above traded him for AB- I'll sign off on that), I'm just setting him in the lineup and letting it ride. Been great to us so far!
  5. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Hue has avoided giving Duke Johnson the ball for years. Chubb has been the one they've explicitly been talking about giving more carries. Both players will get a boost, but the writing on the wall says Chubb is the guy that's going to benefit.
  6. Latavius Murray 2018 Outlook

    Absolutely. The reason you pick these guys up is for the opportunity that Murray is giving you. No reason to pass on a guy in hopes that someone else gets the opportunity that he has right now.
  7. Emmanuel Sanders 2018 Outlook

    I'm not sure I understand the difference. I get the general principal (are there 12 receivers I'd take over Sanders? Yes, there are), but he's currently ranked 9th going into Thursday night in almost every league, so chances are he'll be in the top 8 by the time this week is over. Being a top 8 scoring receiver through 7 weeks seems to me that you count as a WR1, but I guess we're debating apples and oranges. At the end of the day, all of us who took him in the 6th round or later are jumping for joy and, likely, doing well in our leagues.
  8. Emmanuel Sanders 2018 Outlook

    Throwing out a name that I doubt anyone would guess- Blake Bortles did it in 2016. Caught his receiving touchdown from Marqise Lee in week 16 or 17. It was awesome haha
  9. Emmanuel Sanders 2018 Outlook

    And 2 rushing TDs.
  10. Saquon Barkley 2018 Outlook

    Personally, I hope they continue this pace. The offense is a lost cause. The OL needs to be completely rebuilt and they need a QB. The defense knows the offense can't score and it shows every time they're on the field. At 1-5, there's next to no chance the Giants can contend for the division or wild card spots, and if by some miracle they do, they'll get slaughtered in the playoffs. I think the Giants realize this, and there's no reason to run Saquon into the ground in a lost season. They can't outright sit him, because there would be riots in the streets and the obvious tanking. A pace of 210-250 carries along with passing work feels safe, and it's clearly enough for Saquon to be productive. Right now, we're in the perfect spot for fantasy points. Now, obviously the real question comes into play if Saquon suffers any sort of injury. With the Giants looking like they are, you have to believe that the slightest muscle strain is a multi week absence. However, if you're moving on from players because of injury concerns, fantasy football is not for you. My advice? Don't read into things and enjoy the Saquon ride. It's going to be a lot of fun.
  11. Dalvin Cook 2018 Outlook

    I'm a new Cook owner, dealt for him on Saturday last week when it was becoming obvious he wasn't going to play. To me, you put him in the starting lineup and don't think about it. Arizona is truly terrible, the game script will be favorable. Murray will touch the ball for sure to spell Dalvin, but Dalvin has the breakaway ability and will get any receiving work. If you own Cook right now, your team is in one of three places: 1. You drafted well and have survived the Cook injury. If your team has survived to this point, you can likely afford the high upside Cook carries against this brutal defense. 2. You weren't so lucky in the draft and Cooks has hurt you. At this point, you're likely desperate enough that how can it possibly hurt if he burns you? 3. You traded for Cook because your team was deep enough to stomach his absence for the reward later. If you're in this category, you probably can't go wrong either way... but do you really have that many bench options with a higher ceiling? There's no denying Cook's ability and the ceiling he brings. Yes, the floor is low, but against Arizona, how much lower is the floor from the replacement level guys you've been starting in his place? Yes, the risk is there, but these are the types of moves that can steal you a week. I personally plan on starting him ahead of Emmanuel Sanders as long as the injury report stays clean leading up to Sunday.
  12. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    I don't really think it's possible to get rid of Conner at this point. Maybe you could've pulled it off before when no one knew when Bell was coming back, but even then everyone knew Conner had an expiration date. No one knows what the Steelers are going to do when Bell comes back, but it *probably* falls under one of three categories: 1. Bell comes back, dominates touches, Conner is irrelevant outside of being a handcuff 2. Bell comes back, the Steelers limit his workload, Conner chips in on passing downs and they both vulture each other's value 3. Bell comes back, plays a game or two, sits often for injury or rest concerns, Conner remains valuable on select weeks 4. Bell gets traded, nothing with Conner changes, all of these pages of discussion become irrelevant Unless someone is 100% sold on the idea that Bell returns and barely plays, you're not going to get anything of worth for Conner, so you might as well hold him. Maybe you can pawn him off on the Bell owner, but if you haven't done that by now, the Bell owner likely doesn't have interest in acquiring Conner. If you have Conner on your team, chances are high you'll be riding him out. Honestly though, that isn't a bad thing. It is very likely that you either got him for free or near the very end of your draft in the replacement level rounds. In my .5 ppr league, Conner is the 6th ranked running back, even after last week's ugly game that left a sour taste in many people's mouths. These boards are a prime place for overreactions, and there's been a lot in this thread. Six weeks of top 10-15 running back production is nothing to scoff at, and most likely gave you a quick start in your league, as well as the opportunity to sit on or buy low on some other hurt or disappointing stars (Fournette, Cook, OBJ, etc) without compromising your roster. For someone you didn't pay a premium price for, there isn't a whole lot more you can ask, and I'm basically only talking about the worst case scenario that leaves him irrelevant for the rest of the season. What if Bell only plays in 4 games, and you have Conner for the other 9 that are left in the fantasy schedule?
  13. Emmanuel Sanders 2018 Outlook

    Couldn't agree more. Got him as my WR3 behind Tyreek and Brandin Cooks. I'm ecstatic with what he's provided so far and it looks like he shouldn't have issue repeating it throughout the season, health permitted of course.
  14. Emailed- the last spot is all yours! Thank you everyone for your interest, this league is all full!
  15. Bump- one spot left, will be starting the slow draft once filled and all teams are paid!