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  1. 44 points
    Rest in peace Kobe , you’ll forever be missed . A true legend to the game
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    As usual, it was a crazy Week 1 in the NFL. Lots of overreactions and suprises, but two key takeaway from a fantasy perspective was the monster debut from rookie WRs (and Hockenson) and that QB play is deep and can be very much streamable week in-and-out. Here is my list of pickups for next week and moving forward. Most players will have ownership of less than 40%. For reference, I play in standard 0.5 PPR leagues on Yahoo with flex and 6 bench slots. QB Matthew Stafford - Only 26% owned in Yahoo leagues, Stafford is coming off a monster game with almost 400 yards passing and 3 TDs. Granted OT and playing a weak Cardinals defense help these numbers, Stafford can be a streamable option for next upcoming weeks. He has 3 solid WRs to throw too and a rookie TE with immense talent. Stafford plays a tough Chargers team next week, but has blowup potential in Week 3 and 4, playing Eagles and Chiefs respectively. RB Malcolm Brown - Posted 11/53/2TDs rushing, I think its clear who the direct backup to Gurley is as of now. Gurley will have better days, but Brown is arguably one of the best backup to have right now, given Gurley's usage and injury concern. If Brown can see around 8-12 touches a game moving forward, he definitely has some standalone appeal as a RB3/fringe flex play appeal. Adrian Peterson - With the uncertainty of Guice moving forward, AP could return as the primary rusher for this Redskins team. He won't offer much in the passing game and negative game scripts will hurt him, but if Trent Williams comes back, I would think this team would want to establish the run game more to keep themselves in games. Best viewed as an RB3 in standard leagues. Chris Thompson - PPR gold. Thompson posted 7/68 receiving with another 10 yards rushing. Anytime this Redskins team is down (which will happen alot this year), Thompson will be go-to RB. Main concern with him is injuries, as he is very injury prone. However, with injury to Guice, he can be a decent flex play in PPR leagues going forward. I would take him over AP in 0.5/full PPR leagues. Giovani Bernard - Most of his value is entirely dependent on Mixon's status, but an easy pickup and start if Mixon is out. Raheem Mostert/Jeff Wilson - The mess that is the 49ers backfield continues. Coleman's injury and Breida's minor in-game injuries will force more action to Mostert and potentially Wilson. Mostert posted 9/40 rushing, but I don't think anyone in this backfield will emerge as the workhorse. Still worth an add in deep leagues. Ronald Jones II - If he was dropped in your league, Jones may be worth rostering again. Posted arguably his best game with 11/75 rushing. However, Barber and Ogunbowale were both involved as well. Overall, this is a RBBC moving forward, but I think Jones is best of the three Bucs' RBs to roster. WR Jamison Crowder - 46% owned in Yahoo, Crowder posted oddly, one of the best and worst statelines of Week 1. He had 14 receptions for 99 yards on 17 targets. Its clear he is Darnold's safety blanket and he is an huge asset in PPR leagues. View him as a WR3 in PPR leagues. With that being said, I would be looking to sell high on him, if you own him. He won't be feed that many targets again and Anderson will surely be involved more in future. Factor in Herndon is now 3 games away from playing and Jets have a bye week in week 4, Crowder is a solid Week 1 sell high option. John Ross III - Arguably the fastest person in the NFL, Ross finally broke out in a big way with 7/158/2TDs on 12 targets. While he should still be viewed as a boom-or-bust WR, Bengals offense clearly wanted to get him involved. Consider him a WR3/4 in all formats for as long as AJ Green is out. Rookie WR absolutely crushed it Week 1! Marquise Brown - Antonio Brown's cousin had a monster debut posting 4/147/2TDs on only 12 snaps! He was the first WR drafted this year and should be the most fantasy relevant WR for the Ravens. Definitely should be rostered in most leagues. However, view him more as a speedy, boom-or-bust WR, similar in the mold of Desean Jackson and Will Fuller. He is my favorite rookie WR pickup along with McLaurin and Hardman. Terry McLaurin - Another rookie speedster, McLaurin posted 5/125/1TD on 7 targets in his debut. Keenum also missed him on another potential 40+ yard TD, but nonetheless he made noise. He was hyped up by the coaching staff all training camp and he definitely lived up to those expectations Week 1. I think he is the WR to own for Redskins going forward, and I wouldn't blame you if you take him over Marquise Brown or Hardman. View him as a WR3/4 moving forward in all formats. Mecole Hardman - Didn't do anything in his debut, but Tyreek Hill's injury may force him to play a lot more than expected. Demarcus Robinson is still there as well, but this speedster is most similar to Tyreek Hill and Hardman has more upside. I believe he is a must-add due his upside of being a part in the best offense in football. DK Metcalf - 4/89 on 6 targets is great for a rookie debut. He had a few great contested catches and looks to be the part as Seattle's #2 WR. Seattle is still a run heavy team, but Metcalf definitely has some WR4 appeal in standard leagues. AJ Brown - Yet another rookie who posted 100 yards receiving. AJ Brown was a YAC monster in Week 1. I am still not sold on him not because of the talent, but because of his situation in the run first Titans offense and other passing options on this team. However, he is someone to definitely keep an eye on moving forward. Parris Campbell - Another rookie speedster. He didn't do much in his debut, but with the injury to Funchess he has a chance to be the #2 or #3 WR for that Colts team as season goes on. Keep an eye on him. TE T.J. Hockenson - Stud. Pick up if available.
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    I watched a lot of it, some good deception with his stride/delivery, chart was pretty solid: FB- averaged 93 MPH, touched 95, great vert action with it, threw 29--18 for strikes with 12 swings but no whiffs SL- main secondary, sat 85 mph, minimal break actions on it but good spin, threw 38 and commanded it impeccably with 25 strikes--22 cuts and 6 whiffs CH- heavily used with a tad more horizontal break but similar on velo spectrum to SL at 85.5 MPH, threw 25--15 strikes with 10 hacks and 3 whiffs CU- much more horizontal movement than other stuff, lightly used at 79 mph, threw only 7--3 strikes with 3 swings and a whiff on it Overall was impressed with his mound presence and general stuff, release point was remarkably consistent and filled up the zone...many borderline calls did not fall his way but stayed together and was just plain solid.
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    Crazy with no sports. Talked to my wife last night. Apparently works in HR. Nice girl.
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    Zion after WEEKS of no practice in New Orleans
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    My dream scenario is that Eli signs with the Chargers and Rivers with the Giants because I'm a big fan of dramatic irony.
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    ya mean being up 28-3 in the third qtr was not a legit shot? 🤔
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    Giancarlo Stanton just sprained his wrist washing his hands
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    15% concentrated power of will5% pleasure50% painAnd 100% reason to remember the name 🤣🤣🤣
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    Jokic owners, I think we gucci
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    here's Tucker in the playoffs vs EVERY BIG MAN
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    While I generally don’t mind colorful commentary, this isn’t the place for it. If you want to drop condolences, go for it. If you have something disrespectful to say, don’t say it here. Have no issue dropping the hammer from this point on.
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    High stakes leagues have the same losers, just with more money.
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    Jameis Winston bring evaluated for color blindness after confusing red with blue and white for 60 minutes.
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    These kickers annoy me. They only get points because no one's allowed to tackle them. Hand the ball off to them in an 8 man box and see how well they do.
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    This comment intrigued me and I took a look at how the Bears have done against WR's while on the road, since the start of 2018... --Week 1 2018 @ GB: D.Adams: 5-88-1, Cobb: 9-142-1, Allison 5-69-1 --Week 3 2018 @ ARI: Fitzgerald: 2-9-0 [this was the last start for Sam Bradford; he was benched during the game for Josh Rosen] --Week 6 2018 @ MIA: A.Wilson: 6-155-2, Amendola: 8-59-0 [this was with Brock Osweiller starting] --Week 9 2018 @ BUF: K.Benjamin: 4-40-0 [this was with Nathan Peterman starting] --Week 12 2018 @ DET: Golladay: 5-90-0 --Week 13 2018 @ NYG: OBJ: 3-35-1 --Week 16 2018 @ WAS: Goodwin: 3-29-0 [this was with Nick Mullens starting] --Week 17 2018 @ MIN: Diggs: 8-47-1, Thielen: 3-38-0 --Week 1 2019 @ DEN: E.Sanders: 11-98-1 So overall, the Bears have had their problems on the road against opposing primary WR's. In 6 of their last 9 road games, they allowed at least 90 yards OR a TD (and in some cases, both) to the primary WR. In the 3 games they shut down the primary WR, they were facing Bradford/Rosen, Peterman and Mullens. Plus, BUF & SF had no good primary WR. So I agree with your comment about the Bears D. This doesn't mean McLaurin is destined to have a good game by any means, but it also shows there's reason to think he's not an automatic bench either.
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    I don’t even know who the F Evan Silva is, nor do I care. The only advice I follow is AxElf and even then, I do the complete opposite..
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    Pretty impressive start and chart shows this is something he can likely sustain: FB- averaged 94+ MPH and goes to it often, was really close even when he was missing with it, lots of vert action to it, threw 54--29 strikes with 16 swings and 2 whiffs SL- sat 84 MPH, very nice dive and dart movement on it, tossed 24--18 strikes with 13 swings and 4 whiffs... CH- little firmer at 86 MPH, fall-off action with it, threw 17--11 strikes with 10 swings and 2 whiffs on it CU- heard the announcers say that he has just added it to his bag, it has serious promise imo, very complimentary to his velo spectrum at 79 MPH and also helps change eye levels of batters with it's horizontal sweep/rotation, spun up 11--9 strikes with 8 swings and 2 whiffers It's a pretty solid 4 pitch mix here and plus command of everything!
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    Quick roundup: Atlanta Hawks: Interested in Capela, Steven Adams. Pivoted away from Drummond due to extension demands. Hawks Expressed Interest In Trading For Jakob Poeltl. Some of those teams have inquired about John Collins, thinking the Hawks might be worried about extension talks with Collins in the offseason, Hawks have shown no interest in dealing Collins yet. Boston Celtics: Another team engaged with the Houston Rockets in trade talks for center Clint Capela. Brooklyn Nets Charlotte Hornets: Malik Monk Draws Interest From Members Of Knicks Front Office, Multiple Teams Monitoring Availability Of Marvin Williams, Hornets Identify Andre Drummond As Long-Term Target. Some names that came up in Hornets and Knicks recent talks included Julius Randle, Dennis Smith Jr., Terry Rozier and Malik Monk. Chicago Bulls: Sellers at deadline? Thad, Otto Porter, Satoransky? Denzel Valentine could be on the move. Cleveland Cavaliers: Players Feel Cavs Trying to Deal Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson, Cavs 'Resigned' That Deal Won't Happen at Deadline. Sexton available for great offer. Toronto, Houston and Dallas are among teams with registered interested in Tristan Thompson, who was pulled from tonights game with a sore quad. New York and Cleveland had been engaged in trade talks with John Henson included as part of a deal, but dialogue has since cooled. Dallas Mavericks: Mavs Exploring Possible Deals For Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Execs Believe Grizzlies Have Offer From Mavericks For Andre Iguodala As Fallback (Courtney Lee + 2020 GSW 2nd), Robert Covington Trade Talks Pick Up With Mavs Interested Denver Nuggets: Nuggets Open To Discussing Deals For Malik Beasley, Juancho Hernangomez, Malik Beasley Receives Trade Interest From Multiple Teams, Michael Porter Jr. Remains Untouchable By Nuggets, Interested in Jrue Detroit Pistons: Asking price for Drummond is multiple 1sts, No Real Trade Market Right Now For Andre Drummond. Everybody else on team also available, incl Rose, Reggie Jackson, Wood, Kennard. Pistons Looking For Lottery-Level, 1st-Round Pick For Derrick Rose. Pistons should be able to move Markieff Morris for a second-round pick. Detroit and Phoenix are discussing a deal centered on guard Luke Kennard. Suns' first-round pick is in play. Golden State Warriors: The Warriors are "listening to pitches" for D'Angelo Russell, Would want 1st rounder from Minny. Warriors Not Interested In D'Angelo Russell For Aaron Gordon Trade, Warriors are sellers at deadline and want to move guaranteed money. New York Knicks have an offer for D'Angelo Russell. That deal would include Bobby Portis, Kevin Knox, Frank Ntilikina, Allonzo Trier and a 2nd round pick.Warriors not interested. GSW want Mitchell Robinson & Knicks unprotected 1st rounder added to offer. GSW turned down an offer of BKN’s 2020 pick AND MIN’s 2020 pick. The Timberwolves would be trading Robert Covington to HOU for the BKN pick as part of a multi-team trade. Houston Rockets: Rockets Actively Discussing Trades For Clint Capela, discussed Clint Capela packages with Atlanta and Sacramento. Looking For Impact Wing, Mike D'Antoni On Using Lineups Without Player Taller Than 6-Foot-6: 'We're 2-0 With It' (not anymore) Rockets Make Future First Round Picks Available In Trade Talks, Robert Covington Trade Talks Pick Up With Rockets Interested. "According to league sources who spoke to CNBC, Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta is seeking to shed additional salary off the team’s nearly $140 million payroll hoping to avoid a luxury tax." Indiana Pacers: Pacers Rebuffing Trade Inquiries On Myles Turner. Could get a 1st for Aaron Holiday, but no indications that they're looking to deal him. LA Clippers: Clippers Looking For Front Court Size, Wing Player Before Thursday Trade Deadline, Clippers Reportedly Show Interest In Marcus Morris. Clippers could easily deal Mo Harkless' expiring deal. Cavs’ Tristan Thompson has been made available.The Los Angeles Clippers are interested. LA Lakers: Lakers Express Interest In Trading For Derrick Rose, Kings Offered Lakers Nemanja Bjelica, Draft Pick For Kyle Kuzma Memphis Grizzlies: Teams are trying to play chicken with the Memphis Grizzlies on Andre Iguodala. Multiple contenders believe Memphis will not find a deal and will have to buy him out. Iguodala is prepared to sit out the rest of this season if Memphis isn’t able to orchestrate a trade with one of the agreed-upon teams he designated by Thursday’s trade deadline. Miami Heat: Heat Could Have Interest In Either LaMarcus Aldridge, DeMar DeRozan, Also still love Jrue's fit and Gallinari. Mentioned: Robert Covington, Shabazz Napier, Jae Crowder and Rajon Rondo. Also pay attention to a player like Brandon Ingram. Pelicans may not want to max him. Milwaukee Bucks: a lot of teams have asked about Sterling Brown. Bucks need to show that they want to be all in and help Giannis get a ring. Minnesota Timberwolves: Minnesota "has sought two first-round picks in exchange for Robert Covington.", Robert Covington Trade Talks Pick Up With Rockets, Mavs, 76ers Interested, Wolves Reject Trade Offer From Mavericks On Robert Covington, Wolves Building 'Everything' Around Karl-Anthony Towns, The Wolves are still in hot pursuit of D'Angelo Russell New York Knicks: Knicks Rule Out Trade For Andre Drummond Preferring Free Agency Pursuit, Dennis Smith Jr. Receiving Trade Interest From Timberwolves, Magic, Knicks Front Office Expected Team To Make Playoffs This Season, Sources say the Knicks seem hell-bent on keeping Marcus Morris Sr.. The Knicks have registered interest in D'Angelo Russell and discussed potential packages. New Orleans Pelicans: Teams who have called about JJ Redick have been shooed away, Is Jrue staying put? Oklahoma City Thunder: 76ers, Mavericks Amongst Teams Interested In Trading For Danilo Gallinari, Adams available? Orlando Magic: Warriors Not Interested In D'Angelo Russell For Aaron Gordon Trade Philadelphia Sixers: 76ers Express Interest In Trading For Derrick Rose, 76ers, Amongst Teams Interested In Trading For Danilo Gallinari, Robert Covington Trade Talks Pick Up, 76ers don't want to deal PF Al Horford because of Bucks. The Sixers are most likely to tinker around the fringes (E'Twaun Moore?). Phoenix Suns: Exec: Aron Baynes Could Make More Than $10M Per Year On Next Contract - Trade target for contending teams? Possible package gaining traction for Kennard: Jevon Carter, Elie Okobo and a first-round pick. Suns imagine Kennard as a 30 minute-plus per game floor spacer to complement Devin Booker, Kelly Oubre, Jr., and Ricky Rubio. Portland Trail Blazers: Not likely to make any big moves anymore. Sacramento Kings: Kings Offered Lakers Nemanja Bjelica, Draft Pick For Kyle Kuzma, Lakers countered by asking for Bogdan Bogdanovic, which the Kings refused. Hornets also want Bogadnovic. Kings Open To Reconciling With Dewayne Dedmon. Harry Giles III: declined his third-year option for next season, Team are asking about him. San Antonio Spurs: San Antonio Spurs have not yet decided whether they will explore the trade market on LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan, Hawks Expressed Interest In Trading For Jakob Poeltl. Woj: Spurs Heading Towards Rebuild.Spurs could be willing to part with Gay,and are also shopping Marco Belinelli at the deadline along with DeMarre Carroll Toronto Raptors: "Holiday would be a dynamite fit, but it's hard to see how the Raptors get him without dealing OG Anunoby" Utah Jazz: How available is Conley in trade talks? The Jazz and Timberwolves have discussed a trade that sends swingman Robert Covington to Utah. Washington Wizards: Bradley Beal: Wizards Need To Start Winning, Changing The Culture, Bradley Beal's extension took him off the market until the offseason, lots of team inquired about Bertans, but Washington needs to keep Beal happy.
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    Guys, I didn't say he was another Luka. Just that pro experience against grown men has value. Luka's pro experience was undervalued, as was Sekou's.
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    Def Draymond, look at the Before and After
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    that feeling when you’re immediately proven wrong 🤣
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    Yeah a pretty nice chart here: FA- pretty similar to last outing at 93+MPH on average, great vertical break, threw 47--30 for strikes with 19 swings and 5 whiffs--all which are marked increases from his debut SL- main secondary again, really beautiful dive and dart movements to it and commanded it incredibly, as he threw 28--22 for strikes with 20 swings and 7 whiffs! 87MPH CH- went away from it this start, but still looking like a nice offering, only 5--2 strikes with 2 cuts and a whiff CU- brought this out more and as I said in first write-up it looks like a very solid pitch, great sweeping shape and perfect to compliment his vert movers and velo spectrum at 79mph, he spun up 10--5 strikes with 4 hacks and 2 whiffs We are seeing a legit 4 pitch mix here (no wonder the PCL/AAA guys could not touch him) and someone that has keenly honed instincts to operate on the bump. It's early, he will have to adjust as the league gets the book on him, but he has the stuff/tools to do so. Working up in the zone could really have positive outcomes for his K rate, but he does a wonderful job of commanding his stuff to the edges of the plate--I am seeing barely a few pitches over the heart on his zone plots.
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    The ten rules of the lord 1: I am the Lord who resides in Houston 2: Thou shall draft no other players before me 3: Thou shall make many threes 4: Thou shalt not ever doubt thy Lords abilities 5: Remember the sabbath day; and post your appreciation for winning your weekly matchup 6: Honour thy lord by changing your team name in his glory 7: Thou shall commit E- adultery by praising the Lord on Rotoworld 8: Thou shall steal.. and block alot of shots 9: Thou shall covet the Lord in every league they join 10: Failure to adhere to any of the above rules is forgiven through repentence (see JohnnyAppleBoi for example of how to do so) THIS IS THE WORD OF THE LORD
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    It amazes me the Astros never traded for Brett Gardner... Dude was a perfect fit for their system.
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    I'm firing him up everywhere.
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