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  1. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    This is easily the worst thread on the forums. I own this guy on both my high stakes leagues and fully admit he f***** blows. He’s a plodder, he’s got damn near the worst athleticism I’ve seen from an RB in the last decade. I was excited because I liked the Titans offensive line and thought Mariotta would develop better than he has. Instead you got a pedestrian offense, with a pedestrian talent, yielding pedestrian results. Not a shock.
  2. Odell Beckham Jr. 2018 Outlook

    This what happens when you hire another boring retread. Pat Shurmur hid behind a team with a good offensive line and a league best defense. And conned his way into another head coaching job. Just lifeless is best way to describe a Pat Shurmur team. He’s still cashing checks off his uncles great name.
  3. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Bruce Arians is one of most underrated offensive minds of all time. He was such a great coach. Losing him is already showing it’s effects. Arizona whiffed on their hire and they will feel it all season.
  4. Kyle Seager 2018 Outlook

    Yes, it is easy to forget when you post a .175 average with a .550 OPS in the second half of the season in the biggest games of your career. BB rate plummeted, K rate spiked, shift killed him. There’s no real debate over the fact that he’s been just straight line atrocious all season long. The real question is what do you do for 3 more seasons of a guy who’s probably done being anything more than a slightly below average bat at this point in his career? Package him with Paxton for some younger prospects and finally start the rebuild is what they should do.
  5. September Closer Thread 2018

    I’m expecting him to bend over and grab his ankles again.
  6. September Closer Thread 2018

    Yoshi turn into a toad?
  7. Kyle Seager 2018 Outlook

    In mop up time, in meaningless games, against largely September callups. Would fit his talent level to a T.
  8. Jean Segura 2018 Outlook

    Your goal every season you play fantasy baseball should be avoid all Mariners. To answer your question he’ll probably go between 80-100. But you’re better off letting someone else take him. This Mariners team could potentially be a disaster next year if the AL is more competitive. This roster is getting old fast, and has some crippling contracts from guys like Cano, Felix and Seager who make up probably 3 of the top 10 worst contracts in MLB.
  9. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    I don’t think he ever will at this point from an IP stand point. 150-160 is probably the absolute best case scenario. Dating back to his days in college at Kentucky he hasn’t gone a single season without missing time due to injury. From college, to minors, to majors, every single year he’s had an ailment. Pitching in general is volatile now so he still has obvious value. You just don’t want to draft as your SP1, probably better suited for SP3 on most teams that want to be pretty competitive in pitching, and not punting/streaming a ton.
  10. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    As we wind down 2018, and gear up towards 2019 I don’t think we can understate this enough. It’s been said at times throughout this thread. Some guys have the burning desire to compete in the absolute biggest moments, James has the same burning desire of NOT competing. The best thing for this gutless lefty was this team lose 100 games so he’d be able to shrink down in no pressure situations he lives for. Entering 2019 with health concerns he’s going to be a tough gamble. Landing spot/team will be key. Mariners would be smart to move him before the bottom falls out. Still has a nice team friendly deal. If he ends up in a big market then he’s probably better off being someone else’s problem. I can’t imagine how this wimp would hold up in New York. But the thought of it makes me laugh. Either way, 2018 showed more of the same for James. Great, elite stuff at times, health woes, just can’t seem to make it all come together.
  11. Kyle Seager 2018 Outlook

    Second half line of .170 with a .550 OPS looking mighty nice. Factor in the defense going to absolute crap and you probably have the worst player who’s played consistently in the second half. As much as I hate him and am biased, I’ll admit I didn’t think he was THIS bad. I don’t see any rebound unless MLB either bans the shift or he learns to hit to all fields which doesn’t seem to be possible. So for next year is there any value here? I’d lean no.
  12. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    Scratched from next start with virus. Make other arrangements to get your shellings this week owners.
  13. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    This is such a terrible narrative. Who was suppose to take the lead behind an offensive line they invested the least amount of money in during that time? They had college basketball players at LT starting, college TE starting at RT, college DT starting at RG. At one point Seattle made such a mockery of the offensive line position under Tom Cable it was humiliating. Here’s the challenge, name one RB after beast mode who deserved to be a “bell cow”? People need to have some patience Seattle has finally given resources to line again, Duane Brown is a stud and was tossing guys around like rag dolls on Sunday, Fluker in over horse**** loser Sweezy will be huge upgrade to ground game. Be patient and let things play out before drawing such drastic conclusions. Road game against Broncos is tough, road game against Bears is tough. Maybe give a few home games before discussing conclusions.
  14. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    How do you figure they have less talent? They gained Penny and a healthy Carson, gained a full season of Duane Brown at LT, gained Fluker who didn’t play week 1 but should be back this week and will be very good for ground game, gained Brandon Marshall, gained Ed Dickson/Will Dissly. Lost Paul Richardson and Jimmy “Dick Fingers” Graham. If week one showed us anything it’s that Will Dissly can actually catch a football that dick fingers couldn’t. People get too caught up into names. In real life Jimmy Graham graded out as an F- football player. He sucks. He’s box out option in red zone. Cool, Brandon Marshall was the same guy this last week and actually was much more physically imposing. Seattle’s offense will be vastly improved this year.
  15. Brandon Belt 2018 Outlook

    Yep, I was hard on you, I definitely eat crow. Some guys just find a way to have things derail them. While the appendectomy came at worst time, it’s just another tale to add. I won’t be bullish going forward. I think we know exactly who he is at this point.