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  1. Probably not gonna be worse though is it.
  2. Your next pick is roughly in the 4th. Choose a few players whose ADP is roughly in this area that you like this year and make those first two selections based on that. If you don't fancy any of the WR's around the 38-55 mark, you should probably be taking one with that 5th. At a glance there seem to be a lot of solid WR's in that area so you might be content to go RB-RB and gamble on one being available at your 3rd pick. I'd actually have gone totally opposite to what you did though. Most of the players I like this year are all late 1st, 2nd and 3rd adp. I'd have happily traded away my first for some additional picks in these rounds.
  3. Mike Williams in the top 5 highest scoring WR's in standard. Joe Mixon overall NFL rushing yards leader.
  4. I would like to see Antonio Brown capitulate. If he failed to catch a ball next season and was barely targeted I'd be delighted. I would like to see Juju Smith-Schuster surpass every Antonio Brown single season record next season.
  5. You'd probably feel different about it if you hadn't traded your picks away and actually drafted one of the more highly regarded players. Not saying your decision was wrong either. Clearly you needed a quarterback. But it's much easier to be dismissive of them when you didn't actually get one. Cognitive dissonance and all that. That's the beauty of dynasty for me. You vibe on the players you do have, not the ones you don't, because they are yours. I had pick 13 in mine and am very excited by the prospect of Arcega-W. If I hadn't got him, I suspect I'd also view him as just another rookie.
  6. My only concern with Mixon is the Bengals D. They are hopeless. Arguably the least talented in the league. How often are they going to be playing in catchup mode and slinging it trying to get downfield quickly? Will they actually get the opportunity to establish the run that often? I'm unsure. I picked up Mixon at the backend of round one in a starter dynasty draft last season and I'm all in on his ability, but I just don't think the Bengals are gonna help him be as good as he can this season.
  7. Feel free to take Watson in the first or second round. Even in my league with a vastly increased QB scoring system, I won't be. I got Antonio Brown in the first round, Gurley in the 2nd and Hunt in the 3rd. No QB can offer the value those 3 have. Next year I'll be looking for the same value. And I'll stream Watson, Cousins and Bortles (or similar depending on matchups) again. Unless it's 2 QB, I'm not taking one before round 5 earliest, as usual.
  8. Wasn't me, but the Jags D in the 14th can't be ignored.
  9. Of course there's logic. It absolutely baits my opponent. I would still have beaten last weeks semi finalist if I'd started only 3 players, his team s--- the bed so bad, and to be honest, I wish I had been able to. Imagine the indignity of losing to a half empty roster by your opponents own design in such an important match. The shame! That's what I play this game for, the glory and the shame. Does my team gain anything from my decision? No it doesn't. Who needs sense when you've got conviction. That's what America was all about in 2017 right?
  10. QB - Blake Bortles RB - Todd Gurley RB - Kareem Hunt WR - Antonio Brown WR - either Keelan Cole - Martavis Bryant - Larry Fitzgerald TE - Delanie Walker FLX - one of those left out receiver or Joe Mixon - Kerwyn Williams - Theo Riddick K - Gostkowski D - Ravens I'll be keeping Brown in my lineup until just before the Steelers game kicks off. If it looks like I need the points, I'll put Alshon Jeffrey in who plays Tuesday. Otherwise, I'll be playing AB. He deserves to play in this final.
  11. Drafted him last year, drafted him this year. Talent is talent. It always rises in the end.
  12. I'll be starting him. He's a threat and he's safe to throw the ball to because of his size and how high you can hang it up for him.