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  1. After two decades of playing all types of leagues, I'm starting up a new one --- adding few fun twists to build (and sustain) your dynasty. Sudden Death League is based in MFL, but with some updates to the format to make it much cleaner and user-friendly. We will be using LeagueSafe for managing finances, with an entry fee of $40 (payout plus $5 MFL league fee). We just about ready to go, all I need now is owners! The (tentative) draft date is June 10th. Join us and start preparing your draft strategy now! www.suddendeathleague.com Some key points to this league: - Standard PPR Scoring - SuperFlex lineups (start combination of 2QBs, 4 WRs, 4 RBs, 2 TEs, Team Defense, Coach) - Salaries for all players and contracts (up to 4 years) - Free Agency bidding in the offseason for an opportunity to sign an un-contracted player from another team - Player values determined by the previous year's stats - 20-round Snake Draft (order determined by randomizer) - Taxi Squad (3 players max, for rookies or sophmores) - Top 6 teams make the playoffs (1-5 seeds determined by H2H record, 6 seed determined by points) - LeagueSafe $40 ($35 toward payout, $5 for MFL league fee) - Each team will have ONE double-header week (Order will be determined by draft order) - Weekly blind bidding on waiver wire players - Automatic trade processing - PLUS Custom designed icons/logos for your team (must be a city + team name). Interested or have questions? Reply below or send me a PM -- Spots will go quickly!
  2. Trade Olsen for Fitzgerald?

    I don't think I can do it... Sure I've got a couple WRs banged up right now, but I only need to start 1. Robby Anderson / Marquise Lee are both solid options. If I gambled and Jimmy Graham got injured, I'd be pretty screwed. Olsen - even if he struggles a bit -- still gives me a solid insurance policy. The best TE option on my waiver wire is either Coby Fleener or Ricky Seals.
  3. M Gordon for Cooks or Nuke? whir

    Perine's a pretty high upside play for the rest of the season, so I wouldn't hesitate to trade Gordon for Cooks if you can. Hopkins has some pretty nasty matchups down the stretch.
  4. Which 3 of 4 WRs to Start? Bench Dez? WHIR

    I'd go with Dez also... should be a high scoring game and Dez should be good for at least 1 TD.
  5. I'm cruising to the playoffs and looking toward weeks 15 & 16.... I was just offered: Larry Fitzgerald & Damien Williams for Greg Olsen. My WRs are (start 1, max 4): Hogan*, Woods*, Marquise Lee, Robby Anderson, Paul Richardson (*injured) My RBs are (start 1, max 4): McCoy, Marshawn, Lamar Miller, Doug Martin, Duke Johnson, Tarik Cohen My TEs are: (start 1, max 2): Jimmy Graham, Greg Olsen While I like Fitzgerald, QB play is gonna be shaky regardless of the opponent. Not sure I would start him over Hogan or Woods (when they return, obviously). Damien Williams has a nice schedule the rest of the way, but I doubt I'd start him over any of my other RBs except for Cohen. Olsen is nice insurance for Graham, assuming he's back to 100%. Thoughts?
  6. Who to start RB WHIR

    Perine seems like a no-brainer to me.
  7. Mitchell Trubisky 2017 Season Outlook

    Anyone in 2QB leagues starting Trubisky this week? Coming off a bye, at home, vs. GB, he's got a chance to have a nice (breakout?!?) game. Plus, GB has been lit up recently by Stafford and Brees -- even Keenum had a solid game a few weeks back. I normally wouldn't consider it, but I just lost Winston -- so it's either Bortles or Trubisky for me!
  8. Second Half Studs

    We're about halfway through the season... From what we've learned in the first 7 weeks -- injuries, usage, snaps, targets, etc... who do you guys have as your top picks for the second half of the season? Who are the players sitting on the bench or waiver wire that could blow up in the last few weeks? Who are some intriguing high upside picks who have easy schedules -- particularly in weeks 15 & 16?
  9. Legarrette Blount 2017 Season Outlook

    Has anyone noticed the Eagles play 4 of the WORST run defenses in weeks 13 through 16? If you're in playoff contention, trading for Blount is a MUST. Especially now while he's relatively cheap. Wouldn't you much rather start Blount vs. the Raiders in championship week than Doug Martin @ Carolina?
  10. Tarik Cohen 2017 Outlook

    It's a long season... I'm not going to panic just yet and drop him. It was one bad game with a new QB. He's got some nice matchups down the stretch -- most of their opponents rank in the bottom 1/3 of the league vs. the pass. Definitely some great opportunities for Trubisky to improve and for Cohen to get on the field more -- especially if Howard/Cunningham get banged up at all.
  11. Latavius Murray 2017 Season Outlook

    I've been on the Murray bandwagon since preseason, thinking he would start cutting into Cook's workload once he started practicing and getting up to speed. After all he got the big free agent contract. But he hasn't shown anything with the limited carries he's gotten, and after last week mentioned his ankle is still sore. Lots of people thinking he'll be the new workhorse, but it would be crazy for him to go from 3-5 carries a game to all of a sudden getting 17-20. I think it's more realistic that Murray gets 8-10 carries, Ridley gets another 5-7 and McKinnon getting a handful. I'd be surprised if any of these guys are reliable for consistent fantasy output.
  12. Ricardo Louis 2017 Season Outlook

    Not many people talking about Louis? 5/64 yards on 9(!) targets last week. Coleman still a ways from returning, sounds like Britt will get benched, and Louis seems to be suddenly leading this wide open WR group. If he continues to see 5-10 targets a game, he'll be an upside WR3.
  13. Got 1 FLEX spot, .5PPR, and some iffy matchups... Lamar Miller vs. TEN: Titans haven't given up any big runs, held Carson to 34 yards last week on 11 carries. Chris Hogan vs. CAR: Carolina has the top-ranked pass D through 3 games, though starting DB Worley is out this week. Paul Richardson vs. IND: Richardson has scored in each of the last 2 games, and Baldwin may be out. Vontae Davis returning for IND. Marquise Lee @ NYJ: Has racked up the targets lately. But if Jacksonville D shows up, there will be very few pass attempts. I'm leaning toward Richardson as he's been decent lately. If Baldwin sits, he could have a big game.... Thoughts?
  14. Gillislee for Mixon?

    Dynasty league, .5 pt PPR... I also have Brady & Hogan. This deal would help me on those weeks where Gilleslee scores 3 TDs and Brady has 0. BUT I feel like Mixon has a higher ceiling, especially in 2-3 years from now -- although Gillislee is pretty much a lock for 12+ TDs for this season and beyond. My other RBs are McCoy, Tarik Cohen and Duke Johnson. Thoughts?
  15. Jonathan Williams 2017 Season Outlook

    He got cut at the worst possible time in my opinion. Final cuts, after every team basically filled their needs via free agency or the draft. These guys worked all summer together to build chemistry and learn the playbook. No question Williams is talented, but he'll need to catch a big break (ie several injuries) to get another shot this season. Denver actually isn't a bad landing spot. Booker and Henderson haven't shown much. CJ Anderson has looked solid so far, but hasn't shown to be very durable in recent years. Charles is on a 1-year deal and probably can't handle more than he's taken on so far. If Anderson were to miss time, I would expect Williams to get called up and (hopefully) earn some early-down work.