• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

4 Neutral

About portlandball

  • Rank

Previous Fields

  • Add to Mailing List?

Recent Profile Visitors

395 profile views
  1. I couldn't believe Gordon fell that far. To get to combo him with Hopkins was great for that team. My team is actually C and I was just thinking I have too much stock in the Bears. Ideally I can flip Robinson for a similar tiered WR or package a little depth to upgrade a touch.
  2. I agree with staying where you are unless you really like the player you are getting back. I'd feel ok with Fournette and Ajayi. You already have Breida to soften the blow. Plus it's full PPR, you'd be pretty thin at WR if you gave up one of your top 3. OBJ and Fitz is a good combo.
  3. ESPN 12 team league with 0.5 ppr, 6pt passing td's, and -4pt interceptions Rank 'em, pick your favorites/worst, whatever feels right: Imgur Draft Link
  4. Not enough info as stated above to give a good evaluation. However, no you are not weak at QB. Stafford and Cousins are both on solid offenses and traditionally put up large volume yardage. Unless there's something funky about the number of RB you need, having Kamara and DJ in full PPR is very strong with Ingram as insurance. To follow it up with Evans, Hill, and Hilton that's very good if things go your way. But there some realistic scenarios where Hill isn't the same player with Mahomes and Watkins, then Luck not coming back and Hilton isn't useful.
  5. Not much to complain about it, can't imagine the league is very competitive though if you got that good value on literally every round when picking at the turn. You didn't pick someone above their ADP until Crowder in the 10th, not counting Fitz going a touch early in the 5th which is still great value.
  6. I think your assessment is a little off. 5 RB's is fine, especially with a couple studs. Unfortunately, I think you reached on your RB's other than Zeke and therefore the entire team isn't as strong as it could be. Miller may be a sneaky pick, but he could easily have a season similar to last and then fall completely off when Foreman gets healthy. Coleman is better for best ball than redraft, but he will have many weeks where Freeman takes all the work. Granted, if Freeman goes down he holds good value. With Blount you are praying for TD's and that Kerryon doesn't end up with them. As for QB's. You typically only need 2-3. Rivers is a good pick and Dalton is fine as a supplement. Bradford and Jackson are probably wasted spots. Just grab 2 QB's rounds 10-13 and be done with it. If you feel better with 3, then grab your flier when you hit the last tier that you feel comfortable with. For reference you would have only scored under 15 three times last year. Your wide receivers are pretty fragile. Evans doesn't have his QB for the start of the season, but Fitz can hopefully fill in. Thomas is probably another good value this year. After that, there's a lot of hype. Funchess has to compete with the return of Olsen, a growing role for CMC, and Moore. Parker is Parker. Golladay is behind at least 2 big time guys. Doctson hasn't realized his potential and is also behind 2-3 guys. Ross similarly. This weakness is compounded by the fact that you need 3 WR scores AND a flex. TE is thin, hoping for TD's from Graham and for Hooper to be relevant. Where could you have improved? Probably by taking another WR instead of reaching for Miller in the 4th, there is usually good WR value there. Plus, you already have 2 strong RB in a format that you only need 2 scores. Saddling RB isn't a bad idea, but I don't think Miller fits the bill. Graham in the 6th was also a big reach when you can get him later or a couple guys with similar upside later. Likely lost out on a WR or the last of the starting RB here. I think trying to pick-up a little more guaranteed volume with your mid WR rather than all hype/upside would have looked a little more solid week to week. Finally picking up a 3rd TE at the end instead of 2 long shot QB's. If you want more depth at WR or RB, saddling a stud TE can work so you can limit your team to 2 TE. Similar story for QB. Don't try to go 2 at both.
  7. Team A Receives: Royce Freeman, Alshon Jeffrey Team B Receives: Amari Cooper, Gio Bernard 0.5 ppr Which team do you prefer?
  8. Ya I like the idea of pairing Brown and OBJ, especially if I hang onto Adams. My advantage at WR would be huge. But I can't see a way of having even enough to just stay afloat in the RB category if I pulled the trigger. If I threw a 1st round pick in and could get Guice in return would you go for it? Otherwise maybe I can swing a draft pick a lower tier player for a RB2. I don't really know how to value picks as of now. I'm not sure I'm as high on them as existing talent.
  9. 12 Team 0.5 PPR otherwise standard 4pt passing td scoring (1qb, 2 rb, 2 wr, 1 te, 2 flx + 14 bench and 2 ir spots) I give: A Cooper, S Michel I get: A Brown Question: Does this leave me too thin at RB to compete? Giving up some core youth. Team: QB: Watson-Hou, Prescott-Dal, Allen-Buf RB: Michel-NE, Coleman-Atl, Clement-Phi, Bernard-Cin, Ballage-Mia, D. Murray-FA, Perine-Was, Conner-Pit, Abdullah-Det WR: OBJ-NYG, Adams-GB, Cooper-Oak, Cooks-LAR, Sutton-Den, Moncrief-Jax, Cole-Jax TE: Henry-LAC (IR), Howard-TB, Hooper-Atl
  10. Hey all, Active fantasy football player looking to break into the dynasty world. Preferably looking to join a startup league. League Type: Prefer 0.5 to Full PPR Single QB I can do without K or DST, but not opposed If startup, splitting rookie and initial draft sounds optimal Prefer FAAB No IDP Single roster (moderate team size, super deep league may be too much) Prefer a buy-in less than $50. Let me know if anyone is looking for members, thanks!