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  1. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    I stand corrected. I totally overlooked that letter. Now let's get back on topic.
  2. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    How do you come to that conclusion ? It's obviously 2 picks in the top 16 where there is value in going WR/WR if everyone else scoops up the top backs. I also plan to avoid TEs early. Gronk and Ertz are overvalued at the end of the 2nd/3rd round while I expect a drop in production from Kelce with the switch from Smith to Mahones and the arrival of Watkins (undervalued / will target).
  3. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    Based on the handful of mocks I've done I see a trend of overvalued RBs and undervalued WRs. The days of the 0 RB strategy are obviously gone, yet for those drafting in the 8-12 range it may be smarter to go WR/WR (OBJ, JJ...) then take a risk on a fringe top 10 RB like Fournette or Cook.
  4. He has already achieved fantasy sleeper status and I'll be targeting him at the end of all my drafts. As for the best player, for me it's a tossup between Ayton and Doncic.
  5. First Round Rookie Bust - 2018 Edition

    Josh wins this in a landslide. The Bills fell victim to one of the classic draft blunders - the most famous of which is "never draft a receiver named Mike Williams" - but only slightly less well-known is this: "never draft a QB with accuracy issues".
  6. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    The short answer is that Burkhead checks all the boxes. Great receiver, pass protector, goal line guy and last but not least Belichick trusts him.
  7. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    I will heavily target those guys along with the discounted suspended Ingram & Edelman.
  8. LeBron James 2018-19 Season Thread

    I guess we have to wait till the Lakers are done retooling their team until we can predict LBJ's fantasy value.
  9. I'd rather gamble on Pat Mahomes in the late rounds. He has the potential to be this years Watson.
  10. Rex Burkhead 2018 Season Outlook

    With Sony Michel in and Dion Lewis out, I'm on the fence regarding Burkhead's value in PPR. Can he carve out a solid role in NE or will it be another season of musical chairs in the backfield ? Assuming he stays healthy this time, would you spend a mid/late round pick on him in drafts ?
  11. Mark Ingram 2018 Season Outlook

    This hurts. I was looking forward to my Ingram & Kamara combo rolling in dynasty. Not only am I missing out on point, I'm kinda worried Kamara may get overworked as the lead back. Any word on what kind of substance he was tested positive on ?
  12. Rico Gathers 2018 Season Outlook

    Looks like Gathers may get his chance, health permitting. https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2018/4/27/17291992/dallas-goedert-eagles-tight-end-draft
  13. New York Giants 2018 Season Outlook

    This was a fun discussion. Especially the Bortles part. He was so great that a manger in my 16 team dynasty league dropped him late mid season and I had to scoop him up out of desperation (talk of Eli getting benched & Mahomes not ready / sad story..). I see a lot of Giants going very early in fantasy drafts this season: - OBJ (obviously) and Barkley (people love a new toy at RB) first round - Engram as soon as late second, early third to a manager that had been burned by last seasons TE fiasco - Shepard no later then the fourth especially in PPR - Dez (decent chance he takes the "deal") also fourth due to name recognition alone ................ - Eli very late as a backup QB
  14. New York Giants 2018 Season Outlook

    Good catch ! He looks better in blue anyway. Time to draft this guy and call him Saquon "The Punisher" Barkley !
  15. Good luck to Fultz in the playoffs after what looked like a lost season (maybe even career) for him. With that said, it's a shame that "the process" (i.e. losing on purpose and putting the worst possible product on the floor for years) has actually worked. Teams are even being ridiculed for winning games after they are out of the playoff picture.