The Dirtdog

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  1. Bronson Arroyo and Eric Milton were some of my favorites, unfortunate that they both played in a launching pad in Cinci.
  2. I'm actually impressed that this thread is still going on. I was in here roughly two years ago before the comeback against Atlanta and the argument was finished at that point for all intents and purposes. Manning was one of the best ever, unanimous HOFer. He beat Brady in 3 AFC title games that Tom will never get back. But Brady has been to more Super Bowls than any TEAM ever. Yada yada its a team sport, but QB is the most important position in sports. Are we going to discredit Jordan for his 6 titles because it's a team game and he had Pippen/Jackson? Of course not. Any GOAT will have great teammates and coaches around them, and sometimes those players and coaches are great BECAUSE the GOAT helped them become that. But at the end of the day this discussion can never be fact, only opinion, so dashoe and others will be able to have their own until the end of time, whether it's the minority opinion or not.
  3. When your options are Doug Martin and Cannon, not much choice. Byes and injuries have wrecked my RB position and I'm sure many others are in the same boat.
  4. Depends on your league I would guess, Albert Wilson is the highest owned WR on my waiver wire so dropping Enunwa isn't really an option. He did average over 9 targets per game for the first 4 weeks, if he's healthy he should be a fantasy factor.
  5. No place does in the moment overreactions like Rotoworld forums. Kamara will be fine people.
  6. Stephania Bell was talking about his injury and recovery a few weeks ago. She basically said that because he rebroke the same spot, the screw that's already in his foot from last year is acting as a stabilizer for the bone, allowing him to come back without the need for more surgery. They will need to go in during the off-season and do another procedure but because it's a 4 month recovery from that, there was no reason NOT to try having him just rest and come back, as doing another surgery would have ended his year. Is there a chance he reinjures his foot again this year? Of course, but there's also a chance he plays out the rest of the year and manages it fine. I think he will start practicing next week and we will see him for week 6.
  7. He has a bad game against the best defense in football and people are dropping him. I'm not advocating for him moving forward but it's a bit ridiculous that people are judging him based off of a game against Jacksonville.
  8. Scoring a TON of runs, 39 on the year already. He's sneakily very valuable with his position eligibility.
  9. That's not causing him to strike out a substantially higher amount. Also that wouldn't affect his BABIP which is due for some serious positive regression. Id say just as much as the BABIP has been bad luck, the lack of contact has been an early season slump, he didn't just forget how to hit be baseball. I'm not an owner but I'd hold.
  10. BABIP is in the toilet, so is his HR/FB%. Better days ahead, he will go on a hot streak that corrects both soon. Rest of his batting profile looks like it always has. He's actually had more hard hit % than he did last year so far.