Dylanfan66

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  1. Keenan Allen 2018 Outlook

    He has been pretty solid of late. Glad to see it.
  2. Lamar Jackson 2018 Outlook

    He makes for a good backup for now on the real team.
  3. D.J. Moore 2018 Outlook

    Hot waiver wire pickup but hit or miss kind of guy.
  4. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    Drop city. Or at least bench the ROS break glass in case of emergency.
  5. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    Yeah this is bizarre. He clearly recovered it. I can't think of a reason they would not?
  6. Kris Dunn 2018-2019 Season Thread

    Agree best for points league. A nice PG to get in the 7th or 8th round.
  7. Hope to snag him in the 5th round.
  8. Turner or Mirotic?

    I would take that. I like Turner.
  9. Which RB Week 6? WHIR

    Thompson
  10. Full point PPR. I could use receiver depth but hate giving up tate. Seems fair though.
  11. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    In a full point PPR league his numbers have not been that bad. In fact the past few weeks. Pretty, pretty good.
  12. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    He is hot garbage. Straight line up and down runner. If he has a amazing o-line he could be a beast. Not happening. But he does have the ability to take one to the house for 70 yards. So there is that lol
  13. I got him real late in my first draft. We shall see. Happy to have him.
  14. Amongst the big names let's say top twenty. Have not been able to find anything with the ESPN. Playoffs would start week 22.
  15. Best draft spot in H2H points?

    Because you can get to great players at lets say nine and 13. And it's a long way until you can pick again after number 2. No stars left but really good players. I could possibly get Durant /Embid or something like that. Is that better than AD or Greek? That is what I am asking lol. The is a weekly points league where volume and stars matter.