skye2388

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  1. I would go Murray or Sanders. Murray > Sanders. I think Murray has the best chance to score a TD.
  2. I'm starting to think the Eagles will blow out the redskins and Howard/Sanders one or both will eat.
  3. Reportedly will get 15-20 touches on Sunday. I could see that going to 20-25 with Anderson limited and shadowed by Tre'davious White. He might be the focal point of the offense playing a bad Bills team. Bell cow status confirmed.
  4. My apprehension against drafting AB at that position has everything to do with lack of faith in the Raiders organization and Derek Carr and absolutely nothing to do with AB's talent. He's undoubtedly a steal at that spot but I owned Amari Cooper last year and Carr was just absolutely awful at getting him the ball before they traded him. There were games where Amari Cooper just completely disappeared and people were bashing Cooper to no end saying that he sucked and couldn't get separation or run routes. In reality, Carr was just missing him on most of his wide open routes (I found game tape analysis). I found out Cooper's actually one of the top receivers in the league in getting yards separation per route run. He then went to Dallas and lit up the rest of the season.
  5. Eagles are really looking like the top team in the NFC East this year. That is, unless Danny Dimes Jones does something about that! 🤣
  6. Well, it's pretty obvious AB's antics have carried over from Pittsburgh. If you'd like more background on that, the following is a long but interesting read: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2852344-how-the-steelers-big-three-became-just-big-ben Besides that, he threatened to punch the GM in the face. That's essentially your bosses (Gruden) boss. There's gonna be a divide in the Raiders organization this year if AB stays. Also, some big red flags for me were how Gruden traded Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper last year. He also chose to stick with Carr, which even tho he might not have any better options, I think Carr is trash. All of these moves, coupled with going 4-12 last year, are looking more and more like huge mistakes to me and now this added dysfunctional situation with AB has really got be feeling like I made the right choice not to risk drafting AB.
  7. I'm excited about this kid. He does remind a lot like Miles Austin. I see both JJ and Miles Sanders becoming major contributors to the Eagles this season. Alshon simply is just not that great imo. The bigger question is what's his nickname gonna be...?
  8. I avoided AB in all my drafts solely because I think the Raiders will be bad this year. So far they've proven to be dysfunctional.
  9. I hung out with AB when I was like 10 years old before he disappeared. His family has a history of mental health issues. His father Touchdown Eddie Brown played for the Albany Firebirds. I found out eventually that they disappeared because his father pushed their mother down the stairs of their apartment building. I lived in the same complex called "Lake Shore Apartments" on Lake Shore Drive. Unfortunately, as infuriating as he has been, I kind of feel sorry for him for flushing the remainder of his career down the toilet.
  10. picking this dude up first thing friday morning. CHOO CHOO ALL ABOARD!!!
  11. Ok so based on that one stat and one season you make the conclusion that Bell is not elite? Ridiculous. You can conclude that James Conner had a very efficient season but you can't make the conclusion that Bell is not elite. You're basically pointing out data that has zero correlation to Bell's years in Pittsburgh and trying to conclude something about him. Laughable. Different team, different players, different coaches, different schemes. He's a proven, tried and true back that has put up 3 very elite seasons. No if's and's or maybe's.
  12. Oh for goodness sake, all you do is talk in complete generalities. "He's past his prime" you do realize players enter their prime in their 23-29 year old seasons right? Bell's 27 he's still firmly in his prime years. Do yourself a favor and become better informed before you make yourself out to look foolish like Skip Bayless does. One day a Mark Cuban is gonna make you look stupid.
  13. Bell has no talent. He's the product of an elite team. Lol. He's back. HYPE.
  14. 1. Josh Jacobs is an unproven rookie joining a team that finished 4-12 last year. Derek Carr is an inconsistent QB. Nice try. 2. Chubb and Conner are 2nd year running backs that are off to a good start but haven't put up anywhere near Bell-like numbers yet. They are not proven elite. 3. Cook has not played more than 11 games in a single season. 4. Fournette has not played more than 14 games in a single season and is oft-injured. You're entitled to your opinion but your reasoning is rash and unsubstantiated. Bell is a proven elite RB. He has shown that he can handle bell-cow volume, upwards of 250+ carries and 50+ receptions. He had a full year off and is going into 2019 as one of the healthiest RB's in the NFL. In fantasy the thing that matters most is volume and opportunities.