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  1. Daynlokki: We get it. I think most can agree with this summation: Defense: It would be a mild surprise to say the least if he stuck @ 3B over the long haul, and he may not be destined to stay there long. Dynasty value: Could be a generational bat with the standard minor leaguer caveat no sure things with prospects blah blah blah. Redraft value: Based on mock drafts discussed I think we all agree regardless of what you think his career ultimately looks like, as a rookie based on where he went in said mocks (late 2nd - 5th) it would be unreasonable to expect a positive value return this season, even if he is good this year he may still be overvalued. Projections: Most seem pretty exciting but projections aren't stats and we have all seen up and comers not meet projections. Scouting when he was 15: maybe the ins and outs of scouting the internationals according to MLB scouts deserves its own thread (that I will not have to read). Hoping this thread only comes up in the future if there is actually something new to discuss, whether it be an article, scouting report not previously discussed, spring training, etc...
  2. I think that might be a fair argument when all is said and done. Now you're pretty much just trolling.
  3. This is a fun thread to read. I had to chime in with a rebuttal on what I think is a pretty false statement about Gronk being a check down player. Reasons being: 1. Yes he was top 10 this year in YAC but does that necessarily mean all those YAC were from check downs? Look at some of the other top 10's and compare their YAC to total receiving yards Gronk was 547/1176 (Yac was 46.6 % of yards), DT was 498/1304 (40%), OBJ was 581/1450 (38%), in 2014 their percentages are within 3% of each other. Would you call OBJ a check down guy? Want to see a check down guy look up Danny Woodhead in 2015 737 YAC of 755 receiving 2. Watch a Pats game (I know it can be hard for some of you). Nothing better than watching Gronk catch one down the seam in stride then drag 2 CBs for another 5-10 yds. Love this debate and I think it is interesting that between Brady and Manning depending on how you ask the question you could get a different answer. As a Pats fan but I will say that Manning was always a QB I feared most. I think Brady is greatest overall (and if he can swing another 3-4 good years and a SB win in the debate won't be quite so close.)