rag9876

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  1. Which side of Q do we think this guy's on?
  2. http://forums.rotoworld.com/forum/26-assistant-coach-help-forum/
  3. Ok, this is kind of a silly question. Did Yahoo just change their font today? Is there any way to change it back to the old one (which I think was Arial lol)?
  4. I'm thinking along the same lines as you all. Game script should be set up favorably for Stafford to pass a bunch. Grabbed him to slot over Jameis this week
  5. Should know better than to stream this guy in the playoffs. Smh
  6. Back in there today, hitting 4th.
  7. (Taken from FantasyPros) This is generally my outlook on him: One player I find myself taking in the third round of a ton of mock fantasy football drafts is Aaron Jones. The 24-year-old is one of the most explosive backs in the league playing for what should one of the premier offenses — a combination that often results in a breakout season. The two obstacles that Jones faced in the past were health and Mike McCarthy. McCarthy is gone, and while injuries are a valid concern, he’s no more of a risk to miss games than Dalvin Cook, Melvin Gordon, or Leonard Fournette — all of whom are going ahead of him. Jones has scored in all but two of the 12 games where he has seen double-digit touches and totaled 85 yards and/or a touchdown in all but one of those contests. His averages during those 12 games: 95.2 yards and one touchdown. Multiplied out to a full season, he would have finished as the RB6 in 2018 … on just 16.3 touches a game.– Elisha Twerski (@ElishaTwerski) Shed some weight, going to be more involved in passing game, has Rodgers' trust. There's a ton of upside here. Keep Jones at 15-18 touches/game and Williams can have his 8-10. It's kind of silly to look at Fantasy Playoff schedules at this point in the year. So much can (and likely will) change between now and December.
  8. I saw people throwing out Justin Morneau from 2012 as a comparison last week when it happened. I checked out Morneau's numbers from that season (the 2nd Half after he tore it), and his OPS was actually on par with, if not slightly higher than, what he did over the course of that season. I don't think we can expect 16 HR in 25 games after Cruz comes back, but I don't see why he won't be able to OPS 900+.
  9. Nelson Cruz Will Not Need Wrist Surgery, Cleared To Resume Hitting Program Twins designated hitter Nelson Cruz was cleared to resume his hitting program today by Dr. Thomas Graham, according to Dustin Morse, who works for the Twins in their communications department. Morse adds, "It was determined no surgery is required on his left wrist and he can resume baseball activities when he joins the team in Milwaukee."(David Morse) Fantasy Impact: This is the best case scenario for Cruz, as it was feared when he injured his left wrist for the second time this season that he could be headed for a lengthy stay on the injured list. Now, it sounds like he could return sooner rather than later, though he might have to deal with his wrist injury for the rest of the season. Cruz is batting .294 on the year with 32 home runs. Mike Maher, moments ago
  10. CMart had pitched the last 2 days; probably rest.
  11. What's with all the Sits late last week?
  12. It's getting to the point where I'm considering a Drop in a shallow 10 teamer. Hiding an injury or content because he got paid, who knows? His batted ball data is pretty much in line with career norms. Seems like he ends up lower than .247 though lol
  13. Almost definitely not starting again today with no DH available, right? Lineup decision before early games start
  14. What's up with Luke Jackson? Just a couple of rough outings happened to be strung back to back? He has excellent peripherals. At the very least, probably a day off coming today regardless with throwing 28 and 21 pitches the past 2 days.