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  1. Agreed on John Dorsey, with talent leagues ahead of Hard Knocks August '18, but oh the embarrassment when the Browns fall to 0-6 by Halloween.
  2. 2.75 years of meh, 2.75-8 years of RB1? Derrick Henry 🤑
  3. I'm not sure if the Jets o-line modifications will affect LBell as much as the Jets' curse, but still here are some updates. Pelzman is incorrect about Paradis (who Elway dumped on the Panthers). With Osemele’s acquistion, the Jets appear to have four-fifths of their offensive line set, with guard Brian Winters and tackle Brandon Shell returning on the right side. They also recently re-signed center Jonotthan Harrison, who finished the 2018 season as the starter after Spencer Long was moved to left guard to replace the injured Carpenter. Long was cut and later signed by Buffalo, but the Jets don’t seem to see Harrison as a starter, so they likely will look for someone such as Denver’s Matt Paradis this week in free agency. --- J.P. Pelzman, SportsMoney Mar 11, 2019, 09:42am The left tackle, right guard and right tackle spots have all stayed steady with Kelvin Beachum, Brian Winters and Brandon Shell returning. The two changes are Kelechi Osemele for James Carpenter at left guard and – at least as of right now – Jonotthan Harrison for Spencer Long at center. Osemele is a definite upgrade, given he was an All-Pro just two years ago. Harrison actually outperformed long in his seven games at center to finish out 2018, too, so he may be a slight upgrade as well. This group didn’t make a huge leap forward, but it’s something. --- Matt Stypulkoski | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Mar 16, 5:30 AM
  4. Boldness has returned, and some of your predictions were spot-on.
  5. St. Patrick’s Day traditionally inaugurates the stretch to the NFL draft, but also inebriety, which invariably leads to boldness, and while our numerous threads often contain outlandish statements based on little more than desire—posts of belligerent ignorance, blind hope, and sheer lack of statistical support—this thread here is the one place to put the fantasy into fantasy football. No post is too bold, whether you’re suggesting the juggernaut Cleveland Browns stuns the league by going 0-16 again, or the opposite where Baker Reagan Mayfield leads the Browns to victory over the Bills clinching the division in the AFC Championship.
  6. And in the beginning and middle, too, with help from his anti-gravity cleats.
  7. When you read the early pages of this thread, you'll see so many people that failed to give Carson the respect he deserves, some pushing Penny as the next coming, others dismissing Carson because of his lack of draft pedigree. Chris Carson's toughness and talent in 2018 has earned and demands respect. He demolished his ADP and was a lot of fun to watch this year.
  8. Have to imagine if he gets the green light, he’s playing without reservation. It’s not like the Saints need a decoy, and it’s not like the Falcons have the resources to cover anyone, so why would the Saints risk the health of their talented rookie. If he’s downgraded and out, a hobbled Baldwin has red flags all over it.
  9. As I understand the trade, it's for a 5th round draft pick in the spring, so it's not huge if Hyde doesn't play much. I'd suggest it's more likely that Hyde is serving as Fournette insurance because the Jags are not confident Jamaal Charles can fulfill the Corey Grant role, and Yeldon is continually dinged up. If Fournette fails to return, and Bortles somehow gets this team to the playoffs, we might see Yeldon and Hyde splitting the backfield, the touches going to the healthiest back. I like what Hyde did last season, but there seem to be a number of mouths to feed in Jacksonville, assuming Fournette can come back, and with Fournette back there is no way you can reliably play Hyde in 12-team leagues. No way. That said, if we're talking dynasty or keeper, Hyde may be Fournette's backup in 2019 (Yeldon is on a contract year and has not returned on his Round 2 pedigree), and if Yeldon goes and Hyde is the only guy behind Fournette there's BIG value long-term... Just sayin'
  10. I don't believe this is on the highlight reel, though it's a UCF Knightro highlight: Looks like great coverage and an exceptional catch by Tre'quan.
  11. neither. i'd go waiver wire looking for snead, chester rogers, frank gore, antonio callaway, tre'quan smith, kearse. if none of these are available, anthony miller, derrick henry.
  12. in baltimore, with ingram and kamara both active, i'd go rivers. he's been solid this season.
  13. $34.99... I’m NOT a Dallas fan, but I am a Zeke fan: https://www.amazon.com/Dallas-Cowboys-Ezekiel-Elliott-Bobblehead/dp/B076X1G1LC
  14. From yesterday: "The most interesting comment was that Matt Breida has not been formally ruled out for Monday. Shanahan said he is day-to-day and they have their fingers crossed for this week." https://www.ninersnation.com/2018/10/11/17965340/marquise-goodwin-injury-matt-breida-49ers-packers-report I like Morris this week as a FLEX, but unless I hear solidity from Saturday's practice that Breida is out, Morris is a risk in a Monday Night game. I know he's seen the touches, and he's in my lineup if Breida sits, but with Breida playing gotta go with other FLEX options (Chester Rogers, Tony Callaway, Enrico Pallazzo...).