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  1. Aren't you hoping your fantasy league buddies don't see you trying to drive down OBJ's value in a effort to get him cheap?
  2. If TB is destroying opponents a rising tide will float all boats. And the division is weak enough and TB is talented enough to make this happen. I am almost all in fantasy wise in TB.
  3. This does not make sense to me. Especially in a Covid year but even outside of one. Bye weeks will hurt. Bad games will hurt. Bad weather will hurt. The most successful draft strategy is to fill your team with the players who will give you the most fantasy points at the time you picked them. Unfortunately that requires a crystal ball.
  4. Draft Calculators have ODB around 17th.
  5. That is not an entirely accurate assessment. If we drafted OBJ based on what he did 4-6 years ago he would be a first rounder. He is being taken at an all time low for him because it was 4-6 years ago. Not unusual just look at David Johnson and LeVeon Bell.
  6. The reason why you draft anyone is based on prior performances. That shows you what one is capable of. You have and will never own shares in OBJ; you just like hanging out here 😳
  7. So what went wrong last year? I have another hypothesis: 1. OBJ is a Diva. Fact. 2. OBJ was not happy about going to Browns. Fact. 3. OBJ's performance will be directly tied to the Brown's successful/failure. We will see.
  8. In defense of the idiots like me who drafted him I owned him 2 years ago. His ankle issues, poor attitude and DNPs out of nowhere made me DND him last year. I took him in the 4th this year because I really did not like who was left (David Johnson, Leveon Bell, Kerryon Johnson). Well.. at least I did not draft Kamara R1.
  9. I do not think that is genius as it does not indemnify them at all. Maybe in the court of public opinion but that is about it. But here is where we are on the matter regardless of how much @ThreadKiller attempts to bog down the discussion: The New England Patriots have admitted that: 1. The Patriots failed to inform the Bengals and the League 2. The film crew inappropriately filmed the field from the press box My advice is instead of allowing a Pats fan to misdirect the discussion just stick to those 2 points. They admitted they broke a rule and the film crew broke a rule. Now watch a recreation of Mission Impossible's exploding transmission and disavowing of any involvement.
  10. 1. The Pats admitted the crew did something wrong. 2. The Pats put so much distance between themselves and the crew you would believe the crew were from another planet. I read almost all your posts and I get you are going to wait until something concrete comes out but given you are a Pats fan I wonder what you would consider concrete.
  11. Hoping for another 20+ point game from him next week. Playing at home vs an easy run Def.
  12. Reason to play Diggs Detroit is bad vs pass. 143 yards @ Detroit earlier this year. Thielen got knocked out of that same Det contest early. Playing better @ Home.
  13. He has 5 missed FGs for the year and 3 of those were from 50+ with 1 being 60. The Leg is 12-15 for the year.