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  1. 7 points
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  3. 6 points
    I don't think it's a huge leap to say that many states are likely skewing their numbers one way or the other. If there's something to be gained by doing something shady, people will be willing to do it. To me the important stat to track is really hospital capacity. The whole intent of these "shelter-in-place" orders was to slow the spread and flatten the curve. If hospitals are able to keep up and not push their limits, then the goal has been achieved. Restoring to some level of normalcy is the next step. People need to be smart about it (therein lies the challenge), and there is going to be some trial and error, but it seems like we have some sort of handle on it provided we take the basic precautions we all know and love.
  4. 6 points
    One potentially disgruntled employee's word would not be enough to carry an accusation much less serious than this one. The reporter who got this info should have said "oh, that's interesting... I wonder if I can corroborate this." Instead, we get a wild accusation printed and flung around as if there's weight to it, hoping it sticks. And we wonder why people don't trust the press.
  5. 6 points
    Love the talent of Jonnu Smith - unsure of the opportunity. Dude is a freak athlete - 93rd percentile SPARQ score, 100th percentile breakout age, 92nd percentile college dominator rating. So the athleticism is there for sure. If you take a deeper look at his efficiency, he was excellent there as well. #2 in target separation, #6 in QB rating when targeted, #2 in yards per target and #7 in true catch rate. A number of different metrics that say Smith is productive and beastly when given the opportunity. However, what is his opportunity? Last year the Titans were #30 in team pass plays and I imagine they're looking to keep the same identity that got them to the AFC Championship game last year. Last year Delanie Walker appeared in 7 games, so just by Smith being #1 and Walker leaving, I think that will enhance his opportunity a bit. Plus after seeing the playoff games last year, I imagine teams will hunker down and sell out to stop Derrick Henry (easier said than done) and force Tanny to throw more. Both factors could lead in a jump in targets for Smith, leading to more overall production. Last year he finished the season with 35-439-3 on 45 targets. Last year Smith received 2.75 targets per game, which ranked #41 in the league amongst TEs. The top 14 TEs last year received 5 targets a game or better. If Smith can at least get to 5 targets per game, that'll give him 80 targets on the season, and his stats should reflect an outcome of about 60-750-5. 80 targets would have ranked #12 amongst TEs last year, so not a huge stretch. And if you include guys like Hunter Henry and Evan Engram who missed time, it would put him down at #14, so again, not a huge stretch to think he could be the #14 targeted TE in the league, given Delanie Walker is no longer there, and honestly Jonnu might be the #2 passing option within that offense. Those stats would have landed him at TE8 last year in PPR. If Smith can get into the upper tier, 6-8 targets per game, we're talking top end production. What if I'm wrong and Jonnu only gets 4 targets per game? Stats say we should expect an output of 48 catches, 600 yards and 4 TDs - TE12. I honestly think this is the floor for Jonnu. 25 TEs received 4 targets or higher last year per game. Currently ranked as the TE18 on FantasyPros, and TE19 ADP on FCC, there is incredible baked in value with Jonnu. TEs also take a bit of time to acclimate to the NFL, and entering year 4 this could be the season we see this athletic freak truly break into TE1 status.
  6. 6 points
    This guy is facinating. The Steelers had a 1st round grade on him coming out of Toledo when they drafted him #66 overall. As a rookie, he led all NFL wide receivers in separation yards (2.39) and finished the year as the #39 wide receiver in PPR (163.1 points) - all while playing less than two thirds of the available snaps on a Steelers team that passed for only 186 yards and 1.1 TDs per game. The only receiver to outscore him in PPR leagues while playing fewer snaps was Tyreek Hill. Now Big Ben is back. In 71 games completed by Ben over the last 6 years, he's averaged 40 throws and 310 yards per game. Following his week 2 injury in 2019, the Steelers attempted only 30 throws per game. Conservatively, let's say Ben regresses from his usual 40 throws to the league average of 35 and Diontae Johnson's snaps remain the same. One could draw the conclusion that this increase in throws (16.7%) leaves Diontae Johnson with a potential floor of about 190 points (barring injury, yada yada). If Ben finds a way to chuck the ball 40x per game and Diontae Johnson increases his snap share to match the average of the 38 receivers who finished ahead of him in 2019 (79.5%), we may have ourselves a top 10 WR (~263.5 points). There are so many other factors to consider, but I'm not gonna overthink this one and miss out on the upside. Giddy up.
  7. 5 points
    Well, I was wrong. Metcalf can run routes (a bit), and Metcalf is a success. Metcalf has been Carroll's most effective rookie receiver: It's funny that in usage and effectiveness (and catch rate, yds/target, etc) Metcalf is the most comparable to Baldwin, because there's about 6 inches and 25 lbs between the 2 - that's a sizeable difference. But I think it's clear that Metcalf is the guy to own in Seattle, and if he doesn't screw up, he's the guy to own. Let's take another look at the careers of the 5 guys above: Eh... it seems that 3 out of those 4 before Metcalf had a bit of a Sophomore Slump: - Golden Tate didn't really have a sophomore slump because it took him 1.5 years to bloom. Once he became a starter, he actually did pretty good in the last 5 games of 2011 - Doug Baldwin didn't have a lot of luck in 2012 with dental surgery after a failed TD catch, a high ankle sprain and a shoulder injury - Richardson was the most unlucky of all, starting 2015 on the PUP list, then catching exactly one pass and tearing his hamstring - Lockett played most of 2016 through a knee injury and then broke his leg in week 16 I'm not the superstitious kind, but I knocked on wood just now. In any case, this is a fun kid to watch. In 2019 Locket and Metcalf each had 7 catches of 30+ yards, so that's a pretty potent duo for Seattle. Stay healthy, guys.
  8. 5 points
    Fault is not binary. Let's try this in a non-pandemic context. An arsonist sets fire to a duplex in a small town. Two fire companies take the call, each one assuming responsibility for one unit in the building. Company A shows up immediately and begins putting the fire out, while Company B wonders if it was really the owner's responsibility to prevent and extinguish the fire. Eventually, seeing that the fire is engulfing both units, Company B finally arrives, and begins fighting their half of the blaze. At the end of the day, the first unit is damaged but salvageable, while the second is a total loss. Is it the arsonist's fault for setting the blaze? Certainly. But arson happens, which is why we have fire departments, and they have a responsibility to protect people and property even when the fire was preventable. And frankly, the analogy works whether you call Company A South Korea and Company B the United States, or whether you call Company A the State of Washington and Company B the State of New York. Those entities that responded earlier and more forcefully, be they foreign nations or US states, have generally had fewer lives lost and a quicker return to normalcy than those that abdicated their responsibility or eschewed expert opinion. China did a horrible job containing the virus. Also, the feds didn't take it seriously. Also, many state governors failed to do their part. All of these things can be true.
  9. 5 points
    Here is a crazy idea: Just don't click on the thread.
  10. 5 points
    Jesus H. I thought the baseball covid thread had some s-show posts. This thread has gone full YouTube comments.
  11. 5 points
    Chris Thompson electric? That's overstating it a bit, isn't it? He's a veteran who hasn't played a full season since 2016, and the closest he'll come to being electric is when he's on the wire.
  12. 4 points
    With that username its looking dicey
  13. 4 points
    The crazy thing is Metcalf was extremely raw like people predicted. He had trouble with contested catches that should have been caught, route tree is still raw, timing was often off, and he struggled in other technical areas. Yet he still managed nearly 1,000 yards and 7 TDs because he is simply bigger, stronger, and faster than literally anyone else that'll stand opposite of him. Once he puts everything together he will be in the conversation for one of the best. Him dropping in the draft is one of the most baffling things I have ever seen. Dude is 6' 4" 230 and ran a ******** 4.33, benched as much as a defensive lineman (27), and has a 41 inch vertical. That's just absurd. Those are top 5 pick measurables and a scouts wet dream. Yet he dropped because of a stupid drill that doesn't even matter for a guy like him. Are scouts really that stupid? Calvin didn't even run the 3 cone drill and he would not do good in it as well. Dez and Evans for example also did terrible in it. Calvin ran the league by running past everyone and out jumping them and exploding off slants and blocking the defender with his huge body. That's exactly how DK is going to run the league.
  14. 4 points
    Yes sir. I found at least these and 2 more came very close: 08/09/2019 49ers Buccaneers 1 12:00 2 5 TAM 8 Jimmy Garoppolo pass complete short right to George Kittle for 8 yards. Penalty on Kyle Juszczyk: Offensive Pass Interference, 10 yards (no play) 08/09/2019 49ers Buccaneers 2 03:46 2 17 TAM 22 Jimmy Garoppolo pass complete short middle to George Kittle for 22 yards. Penalty on Mike McGlinchey: Illegal Formation, 5 yards (no play) 27/10/2019 49ers Panthers 1 01:21 2 1 CAR 9 Jimmy Garoppolo pass complete short left to George Kittle for 9 yards. Penalty on Deebo Samuel: Offensive Pass Interference, 10 yards (no play)
  15. 4 points
    Yeah, I’m sorry I don’t even dislike the guy.. but there is no chance hell that Guice is a top 5 “running talent”. Barkley, CMC, Zeke, Chubb, Cook, Kamara, Hunt, Jacobs, Henry, Mixon are all EASILY ahead of him, just as talents. And that’s is even if Guice was/is somehow fully healthy. That’s also not even including ones I personally would also say Aaron Jones, Sanders, Gurley, and the rookies Clyde/JT etc. Oh.. and Gibson is for sure a threat.
  16. 4 points
    I’m really beginning to come around on Metcalf - I’ll no longer bother fighting it. I think Brian Schottenheimer put it best: ”The No. 1 thing that we know is that we can move him around and do different things with him. He kind of got stuck at the 'X' receiver last year. This year we know we can move him around quite a bit more. There are so many more routes he can run. He's proven he can get behind people. I just think the flexibility of moving him around and introducing some different route concepts that we can kind of get him up to speed on will complement the things that he's already put on film. It will be an incredible, incredible advantage for us as we head into next season."
  17. 4 points
    People really think these owners have bottomless pockets. "They own other businesses so have other money coming in" Not realizing how hard a lot of these businesses have been hit by COVID19. In the worst cases, you might see teams having to be sold. What if there are no buyers or the value of the team goes way down. These players need to realize its one season that sucks for everyone and make a compromise for the better good. Teams have already been crippled by having 1 bad contract, nevermind 5 or 10. It's very selfish of a clown like Blake Snell and others. What owners are going to want to pay players in the upcoming offseason after this? Especially not knowing what to expect in 2021. But guys like Harper and Snell have their contracts so what do they care. You could see a recession in pro contracts too. Its a rather minor sacrifice to Snell and these other guys who are in a gifted position. It's also lame that Snell sucked last year. It's almost like if Giancarlo Stanton came out saying he needs to get all of his money. Someone like Ozzie Albies might get some sympathy like yea pay him the full money. He's already grossly underpaid.
  18. 4 points
  19. 4 points
    Holy balls... I already feel deep down in my very being that responding to you will be a mistake. And I have little-to-no faith that anything I'm writing will move you in any way whatsoever. But it's more for anyone who might be reading your posts and nods a bit...as if you are making sense (spoiler, you're not). If you're trolling, I solute you...you got me to respond! 1.? Is this a reference to eminent domain? If not, we generally are allowed to own property. 2. We currently are close to the lowest income tax rate in american history. The highest marginal tax rate is 37%. In 1985 it was 50%. In 1980 it was 70%. In 1960 it was 91%. 3. BS - A married couple has around $23 million that they can pass on tax free to their heirs. See estate tax exemption and portability thereof. Unless you're talking about the proper filing of a final tax return (which is required...I don't know...everywhere?). 5. I don't know enough on this data point to respond one way or the other. 10. You think an educated populace is a bad thing? I...what?
  20. 4 points
    You need to quit watching alex jones and communism? I guarantee you have no idea what that is
  21. 4 points
    Eh, I don’t know, man. Not only was he among the worst backs in Yards Created (-0.43) - right between Sony Michel and...Royce Freeman(?) - the team didn’t really do much to upgrade that line (which was pretty bad) or even the offense as a whole (unless you count Foles as a major upgrade). Also, what the article omits entirely is the issue of how inept Nagy is at scheming a running game. This has been an issue for Bears backs going back to the beginning of his tenure. Either unimaginative play-calling or overly imaginative gimmickry has been his hallmark. I wish I could see it, but I don’t foresee him ending up as more than a bottom-tier RB2 due mainly to volume.
  22. 4 points
    I'm a HUGE DJ fan - love the talent. Big Ben has supported multiple top options in the passing game before - Juju & AB - AB & Bryant - AB & Bell. He gets the balls to his play makers. Conner can't stay healthy and the other RBs are somewhat mediocre (Samuels/Snell) or a question mark (McFarland). For dynasty, I would rank him pretty high. The high draft capital spent on WRs the last few years add some truth to the rumor the Steelers don't plan on bringing back Juju. They've drafted DJ, Washington and Claypool all high since drafting Juju. Going into next season, DJ could be the #1. For re-draft this year, I think he could return WR2 numbers. In 0.5 PPR WR2 ranged from 187 points (DJ Moore WR13) to 163 points (Terry McLaurin WR 24). 70-80 receptions, 700-800 Yards and 5-8 TDs would probably land him in that range. These might even be on the lower end - for example; 33 players caught 70 balls or more - and just about every WR in the top 30 averaged 11-13 YPR. Guys who were closer to 10 Y/R were slot guys like Crowder, Fitzgerald, Hooper (TE), etc. DJ played only 8% of snaps in the slot last year so I assume his Y/R will be closer to the other outside WRs, in the 11-13 Y/R range. Just about all these guys were over 1,000 yards also. Long story short, there's opportunity for DJ this year as the #2 WR in Pittsburgh, Big Ben back under center, and a lacking/average running game/running back talent. Even if Juju gets 150 targets this year, I think DJ is still a good bet for 100+.
  23. 4 points
  24. 3 points
    https://www.vikings.com/news/lunchbreak-pff-provides-inside-look-at-thielen-s-slot-success article says 2017 and 2018 Thielen took 52.7 % of his snaps in the slot. I'm not pro or against Thielen just sharing info that I have found or that I actually seen but with Kubiak and Stefanski bribing in a completely different offense last year he took 29.3% of his snaps in the slot. I also remember at times watching him abuse linebackers, safeties and zone during his dominant runs but one game I seen the Saints say no to this and had Lattimore follow him around, Gilmore does this, Chris Harris but most top CB's stay outside no matter what. This is why Kupp was such a threat in 11 personnel but in 12 personnel his numbers suffered dramatically and he is overpriced this season. I believe Thielen is a good value in the late 4th/early 5th but to expect 2017 and 2018 numbers with the above aforementioned info and the fact that they threw 527 times in 2017 and 606 in 2018 but with the new regime only 466 and similarly to what the Rams moved more to they also now use lots of 12 formations with 2 TE's on the field.
  25. 3 points
    In the past 3 years, Carson evolved from an unlikely 7th rounder, to a solid RB who battled through a horrific injury, held off first round competition, delivered during the 2018 fantasy playoffs (and then he got injured in 2019 week 16. Ouch.) I like this guy: always running hard, always wanting more - despite that injury, 2019 was again better than 2018. There are quite a few concerns for 2020 though: - The competition just increased. Penny was never much of a threat as he is more a (outside) zone runner but DeeJay Dallas is a proper between the tackles banger, can catch a screen, can do a bit of pass pro, etc. Dallas is the type of back that Carroll seems to want in Seattle. He is currently low on the depth charts, but I think he could leapfrog Penny and threaten Carson. - Carson had 7 fumbles in 2019, most of all NFL RBs (Henry was #2 with 5) - and that's not the full story, because if you fumble during the hand-off, it's generally on the QB. But 7 is a lot - usually when you fumble that much, coaches tend to fade you (hello Tarik) unless you are Adrian Peterson. You just got to protect the ball better. Teams are already actively gunning for Carson and trying to punch the ball from his hands. So... I'm going to be a bit careful with Carson. I don't think he's going to get 300 touches again; if he does I think he'll be 1200+ yds again, but for now I'm taking the under. I also won't be surprised if he again has a revival during camp or in the second half of the season. As said, he's a fighter, and never gives up. Just hold on to that ball, buddy.
  26. 3 points
    Le'Veon Bell does this all the time and he's labeled as a 'patient runner.' Okay, so he couldn't hit or find a hole this time, k. People are putting too much on this single clip that keeps circulating.
  27. 3 points
    Haven’t been hearing that one for the last 3-4 years 🙄
  28. 3 points
  29. 3 points
    Why dont the owners take one for the greater good for once? Arguments like this baffle me. You could change the word player for owner throughout this statement and id agree with it. Open the books. I want to see this poverty the owners constantly claim. When's the last time you saw an owner go broke?
  30. 3 points
    He also never broke my heart
  31. 3 points
    I think you must be confusing fantasy with reality. For fantasy purposes, Ryan is a great QB to have and the Falcons are a pretty potent offense. Also, Julio is old but not yet antique. He'll be perfectly serviceable for a couple more years - just look at what a guy like Fitzgerald was doing from age 32-34. If you tell me people will be overpaying for brand name, you got a point, but what Ryan did in the Superbowl 3 millennia ago is irrelevant.
  32. 3 points
    Even dumber of Freeman to turn down the $4M. How much does he think he will get? He was awful last year, barely played due to injury the year before, and had an opportunity to join a team where the starter has a fumbling problem and the backup is recovering from major surgery? Yet he thinks he’s better than that? Good luck.
  33. 3 points
    Exactly right, Blake Snell is a idiot has no sympathy for the pandemic that we are enduring. This is gonna backfire on Snell for a long time.
  34. 3 points
    Another elbow op...doesn't sound 'major' per se, but jeez this guy is looking like a real long shot. He was so MLB ready, most other teams and all this rehab would be a lot better compensated and accruing service time...stinks for the kid.
  35. 3 points
    Me staying home does nothing about what others are doing. I thought we were past this juvenile notion that your actions in a pandemic only affect you and not others, but apparently not.
  36. 3 points
    I love Dobbins as a player, traded whatever I could to get him on my dynasty teams. I agree with the notion however that at least this year will still be Ingram's backfield, with Dobbins taking the Gus Edwards role from last season. Ingram is under contract until 2022, but the Ravens can save $5mm next off-season by letting him go. Not sure if they will or not - Baltimore hasn't ever been the HUGE FA spender, and Jackson is still on his rookie deal. So perhaps they keep him for 2 more years to really push the window while the QB is on a rookie deal? Ingram and Dobbins would be a nasty pair if they stayed together for more than 1 year, in the same mold as Williams/Stewart back in the day. But for this year, the thing that worries me about Ingram is TD regression. The dude had 15 TDs last season. Especially in the passing game, where had had 5 TD grabs. If he scores 10 TDs this year, that's still a solid season, but now he loses 30 points off his totals. Last year that would still put him at RB11, but you have guys behind him like Barkley, Kamara, Jacobs who missed games and would be ahead of Ingram. Plus others emerging this year like Drake, Sanders, and possibly a guy like Mixon with a better offense. Still a big fan of Ingram for re-draft this season, but I think he finishes as a mid-high RB2. Now with that said, FantasyPros currently has him ranked as RB23, and ADP on FCC is RB20. Both of those are criminally under-valued, and I think he is a no-brainer at those levels. Even if Ingram falls in the TD department, and ALL of those guys I mentioned above pass him this year, he would still finish at RB17, which I think is absolute floor/worst case scenario (barring health). I hope his ranking/ADP stays in the early-mid 20's - he's a steal at that price. Come draft day if he's in the 12-18 range, that might need a little more thought.
  37. 3 points
    Proof of what ? I'm not the one making the extraordinary claim. She's a disgruntled, terminated employee with a checkered past. I'm not saying that automatically means she's lying but I'd like to see someone corroborate her story before I get my pitchfork. Is that too much to ask ? Especially after she sent this email Saturday titled "uhm...uh oh?" to her co-worker where seems to indicate her comments to the media were misconstrued.
  38. 3 points
    With due respect I don't see how you are bullish on Montgomery after reading this. Honestly, I don't see how the author is bullish on Montgomery after writing this. The points the article makes are: > Last year Montgomery was bad at yards after contact despite breaking tackles. > The Bears offensive line should suck again this year. > The Bear's new OC has used an RBBC wherever he has gone so hopefully he won't use one in Chicago. > He caught a few passes > The Bears offense sucks. It can't suck that bad again. > "only 9-of-153 RBs with at least 250 touches in a season failed to finish better than the PPR RB24" … and Montgomery was one of them. > He'll get 250 touches. Throw in Matt Nagy and I'm just not convinced 250 touches is going to be enough. Plus, I don't understand giving the benefit of the doubt to Montgomery but not The Human Joystick who looks electric when he gets room to run. At his current ADP I want to believe but I just don't get it.
  39. 3 points
    Don’t overpay for this guy in redraft. Chiefs are telling us the same thing this offseason as last. No one wanted to believe it would be a messy timeshare. ”Once these guys come in the building and once you get this thing rolling, I think everyone kind of gels as a cohesive unit, but our situation is certainly good for Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Damien Williams because these guys will be really good complementary players to one another.” Neither guy is expected to be the workhorse at the position, despite Edwards-Helaire’s draft pedigree. “I certainly think it’s going to be a shared load,” Veach said. “Damien has been in this offense for a long time and certainly has shown what he can do on that playoff run. The guy’s a really good pass protector [and] can catch the football. I mean, both these guys can run and catch and certainly Damien will come in as the starting running back and Clyde will have to come in here and compete for playing time, which we think he’ll do. But I think it will be a one-two punch.”
  40. 3 points
    If you're on this train when Carroll finally decides to #freerussellwilson, hold on for the ride. He still remains criminally under-used.
  41. 3 points
    Stay away from anyone not named allen robinson in the bears offense.
  42. 3 points
    https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/mlb-mlbpa-talks-progressing-toward-deal-for-2020-season-says-very-confident-player-representative/
  43. 3 points
    playerprofiler.com If you haven't seen this site before, it's great to get additional information. No fee/subscription needed - at least for the regular site. It provides player comps based on profiles and production. It also highlights unique metrics such as break out age, SPARQ score, college dominator rating, etc. Not that these stats are the be all end all, but another way to compare guys. The best part about the site, IMO, is that it goes deeper into analytics and efficiency. For example, tells you how much average separation a WR would get on his routes, and where that ranked in the league. Gives you a players air yards, target share, and tons and tons of pretty cool metrics to help tell a better story. As another poster mentioned above, you'll see DJ was #1 in the league in target separation at 2.39, meaning he had on average 2.39 yards of separation from the nearest defender while running his routes.
  44. 3 points
  45. 3 points
    Ben had some really positive things to say about him in the preseason last year. The WR coach at the time did as well. He also said something along the lines of DJ will be a star but he needs a year to add some strength then watch out. And I know preseason hype, everyone loves everyone etc but it seemed extra buzzy for him. I’d expect him to have put on a few pounds in the offseason (183 at the combine) to get in the 190-195 range. His ability to separate was always apparent and he’s a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Scrolling through the game log it looks like after a weird 44% snap game against the Dolphins week 8, he averaged 75%+ (excluding the bloodbath Cleveland game when he got hurt). He should be in the 80% range this year. Maybe Claypool and JuJu cap that some on certain running sets since they’re a lot bigger but he should be in line for a nice uptick in targets as well as quality of targets.
  46. 3 points
    QB Overvalued - Lamar Jackson. Always fade the consensus #1 QB. High chance of injury, fluke TD rate will definitely regress. Undervalued - Phillip Rivers - Could put up 4500/30 now that he's in a much better offensive environment. Will be drafted significantly later than his older counterparts: Brees, Ryan, Brady, Ben, so there's potential profit here. RB Overvalued - David Johnson and LeVeon Bell. Both are strict volume guys who were just awful last season. Not sure I want to invest RBs that look like theyre running in quicksand. Undervalued - Matt Breida. Health is always an issue but he'll have a much clearer path to touches as part of a timeshare than a 4 man RBBC. Miami drafted 3 OL and should have an improved defense. WR Overvalued - Courtland Sutton - Much more competition: Broncos drafted Jeudy and Hamler. Signed Gordon to help in the redzone and on passing downs. Love his talent but If I can get someone like Metcalf a round later I'll pass. Undervalued - Terry McLaurin. Scary Terry had the best contested catch rate in the NFL as a rookie! Ridiculous athletic profile and should be a target monster for the Skins. Might not even be drafted as a top 24 WR. Sign me up at that price TE Overvalued - Zach Ertz. He only finished as the TE5 despite leading his team by 50 targets. Goedert is emerging and played through most of 2019 with a calf injury. Eagles added Reagor and Goodwin. He's never finished as a top 2 TE. Undervalued - Hayden Hurst. He put up 30-349-2 on a team with the fewest passing attempts in 2019 and now goes to the team that led the NFL with 684 attempts. Dirk Koetter's offenses are TE friendly.
  47. 3 points
    Some very sad personal news: Condolences to him and his family.
  48. 3 points
    What if...everyone else is right? And you’re wrong...
  49. 3 points
    You don't need to resort to ad hominem and calling people delusional and paranoid because they disagree with you. It's the same issue i've had with multiple people calling out individuals that want to open selfish and other names. Just because individuals disagree with you doesn't mean they're selfish, uneducated, immoral, or whatever terms have been thrown around in these threads. This is not how things are resolved. I have zero problem calling out people on both sides of the argument when it comes to this.
  50. 3 points
    Nice. https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEP8B5Bzk5fgmrez9yFb5M3oqFwgEKg4IACoGCAowwMwTMPG_AjCdmekF?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen