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  1. Melvin Gordon 2018 Season Outlook

    Is Ekeler the clear cuff? I don't know anything about Jackson. If MG were to miss time, would this turn into a split RBBC?
  2. Melvin Gordon 2018 Season Outlook

    Where would you rank him with Fournette, Hunt, and possibly Cook?
  3. 2018 RB Rankings

    Who are you targeting as better values then?
  4. Josh Gordon 2018 Season Outlook

    Gordon isn't doing JACK. This is a running team first second and third downs. Also Landry will be a drain on him all season. Please stop all of the unwarranted hype in this thread.
  5. Dalvin Cook 2018 Season Outlook

    Pretty much sums it up. I feel if you take Cook in the 2nd round, you're paying a premium price for him. The one thing Murray does extremely well is score GL TDs. It's his bread and butter and oh yeah, he looked very effective last season once he shook off the angle surgery he was dealing with.
  6. Derrius Guice 2018 Season Outlook

    Just curious, where would you reasonably buy in re-draft?
  7. Cam Newton 2018 Season Outlook

    DTD meaning what?
  8. 2018 WR Rankings and Discussion

    No Adams or Hill?
  9. 2018 WR Rankings and Discussion

    Three straight rounds RBs eh? I'd love to know who you've been getting. In my mock drafts after 2 rounds drafters have taken RBs so heavily there isn't much left at the position once the 3rd round begins.
  10. Jordan Reed 2018 Season Outlook

    That's essentially what it boils down to is cost. His risk is diminished by much lower cost price to pay this season but his potential reward is astronomical to the point he can win you weeks single-handedly therefore well worth the gamble. I'm trying to understand the reasoning of not taking him at his current FFC ADP 8.09 PPR price when you can further mitigate risk by taking a 2nd TE. This isn't a bad strategy considering how thin the TE position is to begin with and generally they have the 2nd highest injury rate behind RBs on average. Just remember by the middle of the season when players are falling like flies your 2nd TE may be a stabilizing force for your team AND be a premium commodity in high demand because of low supply and high demand. Everyone knows the risk in selecting Reed in drafts this year. Guys have been burned by him in the past and many refuse to draft him because of the high capital they invested in past seasons. But that is exactly what has driven down his cost big time and this investor is willing to buy his stock if his price remains in the 8th round. 8th round player with potential to produce at top 1-2 elite level? Sign me up.
  11. Jordan Reed 2018 Season Outlook

    Um what?
  12. Dez Bryant 2018 Season Outlook

    All about EGO.
  13. Julian Edelman 2018 Season Outlook

    Don't forget Amendola is out of the picture too. If he looks explosive in preseason I doubt Matthews will be too much of a factor as Brady has BFF Vulgan mind-melded with Edelman throughout all the season they've played together.
  14. Jordan Reed 2018 Season Outlook

    Well I'm not saying you're wrong going with either strategy, just not to dismiss the Reed one so easily without giving it full thought as to how it could pay off for you. Reed is a absolute beast when he's playing. He's easily in the top 3 TE tier when he's healthy. The question is, are you prepared to stomach his injuries, game-time decisions if/when they happen? I play in ppr so that could be as to why I lean towards Reed more than perhaps you do. Always have to mention the format we play in when evaluating players, teams, etc....
  15. Jordan Reed 2018 Season Outlook

    That was a couple of years ago. Now we have Mr. Captain Check-down TE Targeting Fool Smith in town. This is a whole different scenario. You have to keep personal prior season biases in context when evaluating a new season.