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  1. Is Henderson the premier late round flyer right now? I'm not going to get ahead of myself on the Gurley situation until all the dust settles, but is this guy almost a must draft in re-draft even as a non TG owner, given the potential serious health issue with him? He's so freaking electric.
  2. Seems all the fat talk has been very much overblown, too.
  3. https://mobile.twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1103414828830519297?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^tweet
  4. That would definitely rattle the sixth rounder. The only tone that will set is the refs making sure pillows are being placed on the ground before tackling Brady or the flag is coming out even more than it already does.
  5. I'm a Seahawks fan and I'll be pulling for NE. If there's one thing that bugs me it's people hating on greatness just for the sake of hating. I'll appreciate it and hope Tom and BB can get another one.
  6. Does anyone use the NFL platform? It's all I've used in four years (minus one league one year on ESPN) and I dont have any issues with it.
  7. He's pretty clearly in that four slot for me right now, and it's not even really a tough decision to make. Kelce is the no-brainer TE1. Then either Ertz or Kittle at 2/3. Then Howard. He's almost in a tier by himself IMO after the "Big 3". Closer to them than anyone you would argue is next. Gronk? Ebron? Cook? Engram? Etc. No thanks. OJ is special and could finish ahead of someone in the consensus top 3 (even without injuries) and it wouldn't surprise me.
  8. He teased us as a rookie, and looked absolutely phenomenal at times during year two, consistently making difficult catches seem so effortless. But the Lions offense struggled as a whole with poor offensive line play, injuries to key starters, and a dreadful year by Matt Stafford. All of which contributed to keep Golladays overall production in check. His slash line was still a respectable 70/1,063/5 given the circumstances. When given the proper opportunity Golladay unleashed skills that left you wanting more, and showcased his potential to be a legitimate superstar in this league.
  9. 2018 Stats Games: 16 Targets: 138 Receptions: 86 Yards: 1,524 Yards Per Reception: 17.7 Touchdowns: 8 Evans has reinserted himself as a name that belongs near the top of the list in a crowded wideout hierarchy. He's a locked in WR1 with a big time ceiling in 2019.