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  1. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    I have done a few mocks over the last few days. In three of them, AB has made it to me in at least the 7th spot (2 times in the 8th spot). These are 12 team PPR leagues. Has anyone seen this trend on their end with all RB's going in the first 7-8 picks?? I don't look too much into personal mocks, but it's becoming quite odd. As a person drafting late in two of my main leagues, I like LOL. Especially, if I can double down with guys like AB or Hopkins AND OBJ or J.Jones. I'm content on going RB-RB, but flexible enough to jump on this. Is AB being undervalued?
  2. Squad. 12 tm, 20 rds

    Your team is the first of many examples of what teams will look like that go WR-WR with the first two picks when having a late pick. I'm not excited with your RB corp especially considering that you have the option to flex two players. Is this PPR or standard?
  3. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    Yes, I only included the years that they were on the Pats to try to illustrate the actual talent that you are trying to make a case around. I'll lay it out for you.....these guys were mediocre talents. I guess I could have just said, that I think that this scenario with Lewis is quite different and you cannot compare him with the likes of Maroney and one dimensional talents like BGE, Ridley and Blount. Maoney never even had a 1000 yards with the Pats. So how are you using him as some guy that was elite with the Pats and fell off a cliff. Maroney had 754 yards rushing before leaving the Pats. You do make a case with the lack of production after leaving the Pats with the exception of BGE who did well in CINCY (almost 1200 total yards and 6 TDs in 2012). Vereen did well in his 1st season with the G-Men amassing almost 800 total yards and 59 rec on 81 targets. However, none offered the versatility that Lewis does. Lewis is going into a great situation.
  4. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    I'll play: 2007 Laurence Maroney 2008 Sammy Morris 2009 Laurence Maroney 2010 BenJarvus Green-Ellis 2011 BenJarvus Green-Ellis/Stevan Ridley 2012 Stevan Ridley 2013 Stevan Ridley/LeGarrette Blount 2014 Stevan Ridley/LeGarrette Blount/Jonas Gray 2015 LeGarrette Blount/Steven Jackson 2016 LeGarrette Blount Now ask yourself, were any of these RB's as dynamic and versatile as Lewis is in both the passing and running game. Did any of the RB's go to a team afterwards that had a Top 5 O-line as the Titans have this season. Were any of these RB's as efficient per snap as Lewis was.
  5. Overvalued/Undervalued 2018

    Not so sure about this. The WR crop is extremely deep this year. At least for now, you can get guys like Cobb, Woods, and Kupp in rd 9/rd 10. Using your example above, OBJ and JJ as a pair is enticing if you are drafting 8-12, but again, I would definitely feel more comfortable getting any two of these guys (Barkley, Kamara, Fournette, Hunt, Gordon, Cook Freeman) to build my lineup around.You can still get legit WR1/WR2 in rounds 3-5 and come back to RB in middle of the draft. Drafting at the back-end of a draft, I would really feel comfortable with 3 backs by the end of round 5 which would include going RB-RB early. I think that there is a dropoff from Freeman to McKinnon (over-valued) although I like Howard and Mixon. After that, the RB landscape is not as clear. I think Miller is under-valued. I think Ajayi is over-valued. As for RB's in general, sure you can land a stud in rounds 5-8, but more than likely you wont. WRs: Evans (under-valued) Edelman (undervalued)
  6. Corey Clement 2018 Season Outlook

    Wow, some of you guys are really undervaluing Clement. I much rather have Clement at his current 10th round ADP than Ajayi at his 3rd round price. I'm not sold on Ajayi the player despite being in a favorable situation with a superior coaching staff, offensive line and overall personnel. Putting stats aside, Clement just looked more electric and dynamic on tape in a limited role. Time will tell if an increased workload will expose some of his weaknesses and negatively impact Clement, however in my opinion, I think this is one of those back of the roster guys that you get who can be for cheap and could become an absolute stud for you in 2018. I'm targeting him everywhere in PPR leagues.
  7. Jake Butt 2018 Season Outlook

    Agreed. I will keep my eyes on Butt all summer long.
  8. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    Good thread. I think Giants line is criminally underrated in the PFF rankings.
  9. Buffalo Bills 2018 Season Outlook

    I'm hoping that it's OK to discuss a hypothetical about depth chart without going into any rumors and getting thread closed. Free agent RB's (in no particular order): DeMarco Murray Jamaal Charles Adrian Peterson Andre Ellington Shane Vereen Eddie Lacy Branden Oliver Best potential fit for the Bills or do they ride Ivory and add a 3rd down back like Ellington or Vereen?
  10. Post-hype sleepers 2018

    Then that's more so related to value because of greater expectations, not actually sleepers.
  11. Ricky Seals-Jones 2018 Season Outlook

    I don't care what type of athletic freak he is, if he can't get on the field more than 28% of the snaps, he's nothing more than a boom/bust TE2. It will be interesting to see more talk about him as the season draws closer as well as his usage in preseason.
  12. Martavis Bryant 2018 Season Outlook

    There's no clear cut answer to this. Sometimes the value justifies the risk.
  13. Cleveland Browns 2018 Season Outlook

    I agree somewhat but from a fan standpoint, I think it will be cool to see and watch how a team rebuilds a winning culture coming from virtually nothing. I never paid any attention to Hard Knocks in the past but will be sure to watch this season. Yes, it could be a distraction or it can cause people not to do stupid things with less things to hide behind. This might be the perfect team for this in 2018.
  14. Jay Ajayi 2018 Season Outlook

    Except the article details "smoking" and that he has to pay a $5000 a day "smoking fee". Hell, if people want to come to the conclusion that Odell was doing something with a pizza crust, I'll return the favor here and say...drug test imminent? Btw, If I decide to draft any Eagle running back, it will be Clement whose value in the double digits rounds and return of investment will be far greater than Ajayi because of where Ajayi is projected to be drafted.