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  1. 2018 "Cool Story, Bro!" Thread

    Week 10, 2018 - My best week of all time. Maybe anyone's best of all time. Lmao. QB: Big Ben - 35.8 RB: Ezekiel Elliot - 30.7 RB: Aaron Jones - 29.2 WR: Tyreek Hill - 25.7 WR: Allen Robinson - 25.3 TE: Eric Ebron - 25.1 FLEX: Nick Chubb - 32.9 K: Will Lutz - 17 D/ST: Bills - 13 Scored 234.7 points this week. Holy f***.
  2. I'm in a tricky spot. I have Fournette, Chubb, Sony, and Dion Lewis for 2 spots (because James Connor already played this week). Who do I start out of those 2?
  3. I'm in a tricky spot. I have Fournette, Chubb, Sony, and Dion Lewis for 2 spots (because James Connor already played this week). Who do I start out of those 2?
  4. Whit Merrifield 2019 Outlook

    I think when you draft you always need to be aware of where you are getting your SBs. There are the elite first round guys who contribute everywhere (Trout, Betts, Ramirez, Lindor, Bregman, Yelich, Turner). After that there are elite steals players who don't contribute as much in other places. The key in the draft if you miss on those top guys is to accquire players in those second tier that can outproduce their ADP. Merrifield HAS to be at the top of that list. Someone mentioned Jose Altuve but 2 rounds cheaper. I actually agree with that. Would not be shocked if he outperforms Altuve. Basically the idea here is that drafting Merrifield has to be very specific to your team build.
  5. 2019 First Rounders Discussion

    My personal list, as of right now. 1. Trout 2. Mookie 3. Ramirez 4. Lindor 5. Machado 6. Turner 7. Martinez 8. Bregman 9. Arenado 10. Harper 11. Scherzer 12. Sale
  6. 2019 First Rounders Discussion

    .265 is neutral in a vacuum, but you have to look at who you could take around there instead. Story is at the bottom of those available players in terms of average. Context is important.
  7. Alex Bregman 2019 Outlook

    Plate discipline skills are elite, probably best in the league other than maybe Mookie, JoRam, or Votto. He lost 7 steals from 2017 to 2018, which might be alarming but I'm willing to overlook it. Hitting in an elite lineup, duel-eligibility, INCREDIBLE plate skills, and gains in 3 consecutive seasons... He could be an MVP next season. Personally the top of my draft would go Trout, Mookie, Ramirez, Lindor, but anytime after that I can justify Bregman in that Machado/Turner/Arenado/Martinez range.
  8. Mallex Smith 2019 Outlook

    Zunino is an elite defender, and the Rays are catcher needy and must think Meadows is ready.
  9. I have the first waiver priority, and am in a tricky spot. I BADLY need RB help. In a 14-team league, I have Duke Johnson, Jamaal Williams, Alfred Morris, Carlos Hyde, and D'Onta Foreman. It's ugly. Fortunately, I'm 7-2 because of Rodgers, Kelce, Hopkins, Evans, Alshon, Ridley. The waiver wire has Derrick Henry, Corey Clement, Rashaad Penny, Corderelle Patterson, Josh Allen, and Rex Burkhead. Who do I claim for a stretch run??? WHIR
  10. Ronald Acuna 2019 Outlook

    Mookie and Jose Ramirez* Imagine his line without his awful BABIP luck.
  11. Ronald Acuna 2019 Outlook

    Look, all I'm saying is if you buy Acuna over those other proven guys you are paying for his potential. I wouldn't advise that.
  12. Ronald Acuna 2019 Outlook

    I'm not sure about that. Even extrapolated over 162 games they both beat him in steals AND attempted steals, which is probably a better indicator.
  13. Ronald Acuna 2019 Outlook

    The point was not that all those plays are comparable to Trout. I was simply stating that just because Acuna had a higher slugging percentage it does not mean he is going to become Trout. Which was what your initial response was inching toward suggesting.
  14. Ronald Acuna 2019 Outlook

    You know who else had a high slugging percentage that Trout in their first years? Paul DeJong, Ryan Schimpf, Russell Branyan, Brett Lawrie, Craig Wilson, Chris Duncan, Ryan O'Hearn, and Brian Daubach.