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  1. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    So the Seahawks claimed that teams called after they picked Penny to trade up? That's a Seahawks claim. No other team has confirmed that. That is a very teamspeak thing to say especially whenever alot of their fans probably thought it was a reach. Could it be true? Sure, I guess, but unless another team confirms that, i'm taking it with a huge grain of salt. the problem I had is you said definitively "Lol, the thing is Penny is the much better talent than Guice. So that point is irrelevant. He's the better player, with the better opportunity." you state something as fact without seeing either one play an NFL down. if you believe that, great, then go ahead and go all out for Penny, but it is certainly not a fact and you could be made to look really bad with those type of statements after the season
  2. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    Can you please source the articles you read that other teams thought Rashaad Penny was the better talent? And that's one site that prefers Penny. the majority still have Guice higher
  3. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    what makes you say he is a better player? we haven't seen either of them work in the NFL, and by most talent evaluators, Guice is the better talent. The only reason that Penny went higher is because he didn't have the off the field concerns that Guice did, and even without that almost everyone thought the Penny pick was a big reach
  4. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Hmmm. I addressed this point earlier in the thread. Apparently you either didn't read it, or read it and decided to ignore facts. Rotoworld said it best. Dion Lewis expects to share carries with Derrick Henry. "I think they’re going to use both of us. Derrick’s a great back, so I think we can form a good one-two punch." This falls in line with what's expected. Henry has workhorse traits but Lewis looks likely to cut into his pass-down snaps. Despite coaching staff changes and the release of DeMarco Murray, the Titans should remain a two-back offense.
  5. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Yeah I have never seen so much intentional ignorance when it comes to a players value on these boards before. Derrick Henry is an RB2/Flex option as I see it. I even think he is an above average football player, but some of these people on here must think he is the second coming and better version of Jim Brown to have the opinions they do
  6. Dez Bryant 2018 Season Outlook

    I think this makes the most sense actually. They have alot of cap room, and need a physical guy across from TY, as well as a red zone threat. Would def bump up Andrew Luck's stock a bit as well
  7. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    No, I don't mean WHEN Lewis gets hurt. he doesn't have any chronic problems and played all 16 games last year. allow me to educate you. http://sportsinjurypredictor.com/player/dion-lewis/4741 Fractured his Fibula, which is a non-recurring injury. Tore his ACL. Non-recurring injury. Had to have follow up surgery on the ACL that delayed. Again, not anything recurring there. If you think that 1 game he missed in 2015 due to a Abdomen Muscle Sprain is a chronic problem, I can't stop you from believing that. The injury history reminds me of Keenan Allen last year. Allen went out and had an amazing year. Not saying Dion Lewis will this year, but to say he is injury prone is inaccurate at best
  8. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Ok, so I there are a couple of things you need to learn. 1) I don't think that many people are thinking Dion Lewis is going to be the one and only guy on the Titans. Most people on here are saying he will take value away from Derrick Henry, which is true anyway you look at it. The guy got over 180 carries last year. If he gets that same amount, we have a full blown timeshare. 2) You keep on referring to Dion Lewis as a bust 6 out of 7 years. I'm not sure you understand what a bust in football is. A bust is someone who was drafted high that didn't fulfill expectations. Dion Lewis has never been a bust. He was a 5th round pick who didn't get opportunities, mostly because he was playing behind Shady McCoy in Philly, and when he did get opportunities in NE his first year, he was great until he got hurt. He wasn't the same the 2nd year since he was still recovering from his injury, and we saw we he did last year. So to get this thread back on topic about the player, I think Henry is probably the player you still want to own in fantasy football (due to probably being the goal line back), but I think both will eat each others value, making neither more than a RB2/Flex unless one of them gets hurt
  9. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    let's say Henry does get the early down and goal line rb work (i disagree he will get all of it, prob more like 70% of it). What do you think his projected stat line this year is?
  10. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Doesn't listen to facts? check! Keeps repeating false claims? check! Only posts in one thread and seems to be a troll? Check! You may be on to something
  11. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Lol so let's be honest about that. First off, Dion Lewis was a 5th round pick by the Eagles to start his career. You keep on saying Derrick Henry was behind an "elite RB". Dion Lewis was behind Shady McCoy, who is a better RB than DeMarco Murray, and he was behind him for all those years with the Eagles. It's much harder for a 5th round player to get playing time than a 2nd round player, who a team has a vested interest in seeing that they are successful. Secondly, once he got to New England, he was awesome for 6 games until he got hurt. The next year, he was still recovering from that injury for most of the year, and then he put up a very good year last year. Most advanced statistic sites put Dion Lewis as a very good RB. There are definitely questions about his size, and if he can handle a full workload. but he does have a 4.8 YPC average on his career, which is incredibly high. Meanwhile, Derrick Henry couldn't beat out a one legged, not elite Demarco Murray last year, and when given the chance to be 'the guy', the Titans passed on it. That shows they have plenty of questions about him as well. Most of the Dion Lewis statements in here are that Dion Lewis will take a significant amount of the backfield work, enough that Derrick Henry shouldn't be an early round pick, not that Derrick Henry is worthless in fantasy football. Derrick Henry is a fine 5th round or 6th round pick. if you enjoy gambling, go ahead and take him before that, but please just let me know what leagues you are playing in. I like easy wins.
  12. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    They can and they will do that. It's obvious that only his good plays or good games count and show what he will be, where his bad plays or games (like the 28 carries for 51 yards against Jacksonville that the above poster conveniently left out) don't matter at all and aren't indicative about his future
  13. opinions for a STD dynasty pool

    so if you don't keep someone, do you get a higher pick in the draft? If so, then absolutely let Dede go. There is no way he is worth even a top 30 WR in dynasty. I would take the pick if so. Otherwise, if not, what are your other options?
  14. Wentz+Pick #7 for My A.Luck

    I have Luck in a dynasty and may be a bit higher on him than others in this thread, but this is a no brainer. Make the trade
  15. 2018 Rookie RB Class

    Both Ronald Jones and Kerryon Johnson have above average pass catching skills, with the former just not getting enough work to show it. if those guys went to either Detroit or Washington, i could see them getting alot of work in the running and passing games