pdizzle710

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  1. Or people with a top 3 spot and IR designation to spare. BTW...love the JRich avatar!
  2. Lost some time recovering from a torn ACL: http://www.knbr.com/2017/07/14/warriors-officially-sign-chris-boucher-to-two-way-contract/
  3. Interesting that they would hold Wilkins out, but have him in on a kick return (which he got called for a blatant block-in-the-back). If he could help play kick returns, why not have him take a handful of snaps at least? Not trying to single out your comment, but just really curious why a team would do that.
  4. What stinks is this guy has a whole lot of potential and has shown us glimpses of what he can do when targeted. But the fact that Rivers is declining and is not 1st, 2nd, or 3rd read option on MOST plays really hurts his real & fantasy value.
  5. If this is a strategic way of holding out, it is very concerning for how future holdout players may handle theirs.
  6. Agreed. Why kick the tires if a minor deal?
  7. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/27989765/sources-steelers-inquired-leveon-bell-james-conner-injury?platform=amp
  8. Thank you. This needed to said. Imagine Russ buying time with his mobility and then corking a deep shot to a streaking Gordon to the endzone.
  9. Let's do process of elimination. So Bills, Eagles, Cowboys and Falcons. Did anyone say earlier Miami and Cincinnatti were passing on him?
  10. Yeah. Haywood Jeffires was getting up there in age.
  11. Side effects may cause nausea, depression, thoughts of fantasy team suicide, alcoholism, and spontaneous angry outburst to name a few.
  12. Hope your right. Carr's deep ball accuracy, the strong blocking of the O-line, and competent run game would benefit Gordon's game immensely, IMHO. Plus Carr hitting those big-body slants would be pretty.