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  1. With that roster I would easily pull the trigger to trade DT + CThompson for AJGreen.
  2. In a keeper league.....WHIR

  3. Los Angeles Rams 2018 Season Outlook

    The two spots worthy of drafting a LB on this 3-4 Rams DST are the two ILB. Barron is penciled in at one of the two spots, and word I'm getting is Littleton is taking over the other. Here's one example: and according to this, Ebukam is slated for Quinn's old position which resulted in a paltry 130pts. *I realize there is a bit of a defensive scheme change occurring, which could result in better production at the OLB positions, but I tend to avoid IDPs involved in changes to defensive scheme, especially unknown IDPs. I want no part of either of those 2 ILBs, and the OLBs in LAR were worthless in FFBall last season. If Ebukam takes over a ILB position, then he certainly becomes more fantasy relevant. I do appreciate your giving me the heads-up regarding an overall improved LB room in LAR
  4. Los Angeles Rams 2018 Season Outlook

    With little to no moves being made at the LB position (basically rolling with what they already have), and those 2 mammoth DTs...IMHO Safety LJoyner is the non-DL IDP on this DST to own. I'd pass on all Ram LBs (selecting LBs from different teams), but I'd target Joyner as a top play IDP at DB.
  5. Chris Ivory 2018 Season Outlook

    Exactly :cheers: Edmunds will eat big at the MIKE...boosted by an assist/tackle happy stat crew, and Poyer/Hyde will continue to make big plays/tackles behind an overall suspect LB crew. *Humbar is the only LB outside of Edmunds worth a darn.
  6. Chris Ivory 2018 Season Outlook

    Just say no. The only viable FFBall players on the Buffalo Bills are labeled "IDP" *I was avoiding any offensive players on Buffalo prior to this Shady news.
  7. Mixon for Cohen/Freeman?

    I'd pull the trigger, but I'm a Freeman fan, and I don't care much for Mixon...and I am assuming it's PPR, so Cohen is legit. *cool to see you rostered DMays GB. I realize I was in the minority, and failed in this evaluation last season, but I felt Mays was the most talented RB on the Packer roster last year. ps: IF you make this trade, I'd rather see RB Deangelo Henderson (Denver cuff) on the roster over CJ Prosise...strength in numbers :shrug:
  8. Ty Montgomery 2018 Season Outlook

    Don't forget, TY has the sickle cell trait, and he suffers soft tissue injuries when the wind blows: 2015 - 18 total touches, and placed on IR *ankle injury 2016 - 121 total touches 2017 - 94 touches, and placed on IR *wrist injury/compounded by rib fracture(s) So, on a total of 233 touches, TY has found his way to IR...TWICE No thanks...draft/auction bid at your own risk.
  9. 2018 Biggest Busts

    Agreed. DC is less than a yr removed from ACL surgery, plus he has had 3 shoulder surgeries; one in high school, one in 2014 and another in 2016. has DC at a 59.6% probability of an injury this season, 24th highest of all NFL RBs:[position]=RB
  10. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    From the list provided: 1) at their respective ADPs, I'd draft a different player/position over MGordon (health/coaching/game plan concerns + 2 other RBs on the team that can catch the ball), and DCook (not yet a yr removed from ACL surgery)...every time. and 2) draft JMcKinnon 1-2 RDs later...if possible (2 RDs later would be pushing it with JMs current/rising ADP).
  11. Rico Gathers 2018 Season Outlook

    I had I high hopes, but I haven't liked much of anything being reported on this guy coming out of the offseason/OTAs, so I just cut bait :meh:
  12. There was talk of this guy in dynasty circles last season, and during the current offseason. Personally, I traded my shares in the guy for a starting Safety, but I'm still curious to see what he can do with his opportunities, and I thought I'd continue the discussion: "Darren Urban of lists Chad Williams as a projected starter. He had him starting opposite veteran Larry Fitzgerald and ahead of both speedster J.J. Nelson, free agent signing Brice Butler and second-round rookie Christian Kirk. Williams was on the field for just 98 snaps as a rookie but should see more work this year following the offseason departures of John and Jaron Brown. "It just feels like Williams will be able to be the one who makes that step," said Urban. Fitzgerald is penciled in as the Cardinals' WR1, but it's anyone guess how the rest of the pecking order shakes out. Source: Jun 22 - 3:39 PM"
  13. Draft help for the 4 spot

    I'd also take: 1:4 Brown 2.9: Freeman 3.4: McKinnon ...over your other example.
  14. Draft help for the 4 spot

    ...without getting into the how/why, the above team is the one I'd personally want between your two examples.
  15. 2017 Completed Trades Thread

    Traded away WR Chad Williams AZ for S Justin Reid HOU