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  1. Commissioner's Corner - 2018 Edition

    Alex Smith. I got lucky with Mahomes as a late round flyer. Intention was for him to be a backup to Rivers that might blow up like Watson the year before but rolling with Mahomes obviously ROS.
  2. Commissioner's Corner - 2018 Edition

    So you aren’t actually against vetoing trades, even when there is no collusion or tanking.
  3. Commissioner's Corner - 2018 Edition

    I’m 4-2, team I’m trading with is 3-3. We went back and forth for a couple days with counters and we agreed upon one. I think I won the trade, but he probably does too. Now the LM is crying foul because he thinks I won the trade too much. Can’t veto, right? I get: Elliot and Hilton I give: Rivers, Ertz, Collins
  4. Greg Zuerlein 2018 Outlook

    Wrong thread.
  5. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    He lined up all over the field, especially in the 4th quarter. Cobb can rarely stay healthy. I think he is a two week hold.
  6. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Wish they had played yesterday, would have loved to run him out there. Kept him rostered though and crossing fingers he sows out and forces husband way into starting offense. Long shot.
  7. Who to start at WR & Flex? WHIR

    If big is what you need I’d look at boom or bust like Still. Definitely Lockett. Probably Cooper.
  8. Coutee vs Bills Enunwa vs Colts Cole @ Cowboys
  9. Full point PPR - flex Collins @ Titans Davis @ Raiders Ito vs Bucs
  10. RB 2 :: Full point PPR Alex Collins @ Titans (currently rostered) Ito Smith vs Bucs (Freeman out) Mike Davis @ Raiders Juszczyk @ Packers
  11. Full point PPR. One for WR3 One for Flex. *Ertz can only be Flex. (we don’t have a dedicated TE spot anymore, 2-RB, 3-WR, 1-Flex
  12. Keke Coutee 2018 Outlook

    I see them employing the same defense Houston faced last week. Shadow Hopkins, over the top on Fuller.