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  1. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/nfl-player-profile/how-high-kenyan-drakes-fantasy-ceiling
  2. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/nfl-player-profile/deebo-samuel-poised-explode-year-two
  3. Heard the talking heads on NFL Network talking about the rookie RB's that landed in the best spots. CEH was the first RB mentioned. Followed by Taylor, then Akers. Pretty spot on smeeze. .
  4. Great sleeper target. Assuming full health by opening day.
  5. Good call... Good to know I'm not the only old fart 'round here...
  6. Interesting article. I'm bullish. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/nfl-player-profile/can-david-montgomery-boom-elite-volume
  7. Love seeing all the negative posts about JA and hoping my league mates agree. Maybe I can get him as my #2 QB again this season after all?
  8. Really like the player and pulling for him to have another solid season.
  9. NFLPA medical director Thom Mayer said the league and union are working on an N95-like device to use on face masks for when players return. "These modified face masks, which may include some form of either surgical or N95-like material in it, for a player...getting the helmet off, putting the mask right on afterwards, maintaining social distancing when not on the field as much as possible, using single-use hydration whether it be water or Gatorade...just every little detail anybody who's got a risk, I'd advise them to be zealous, religious, and frankly maniacally committed to minimizing the chance of spreading the virus," Mayer said. The league will undoubtedly instill some form of protection for players upon returning, and that likely won't end with upgraded face masks to wear on the field and along the sidelines. Viewers should continue to prepare for a very unique season. SOURCE: Adam Schefter on Twitter May 19, 2020, 9:08 AM ET
  10. I think Ingram is signed through 2021.
  11. Yeah, that's kinda where I'm at. If Johnson misses extended time (which has been the case in both of the last two seasons), then I think there is a clear path to Swift carving out a featured role on that team. Admittedly I don't follow the Lions closely, but I know they have their issues from a coaching and competitive standpoint. But. I think Swift is talented and I believe talent wins out over time.
  12. I like the order of that list for the most part. Thanks for sharing man! I think you can make a really solid argument that CEH should be the first rookie RB off the board. But, I think his ADP is gonna be a little too rich for me on draft day. Taylor, Swift then Dobbins or Akers then Dobbins seems about right to me. Swift or Dobbins stand out to me as potentially having the best long term value. The mileage on Taylor concerns me, but he could be a stud as early as this season. Solid class of RB's IMO.
  13. Commissioner Roger Goodell released a memo stating "clubs may reopen their facilities beginning on May 19." No players (except for medical/rehab purposes) or coaches will be allowed to show up yet, but it's a start. Goodell added this can only be followed if state and local regulations allow them to do so. There are restrictions on the percentage of the staff that can show up (no more than 50 percent) and for the total number of people in the facility (75). It seems to be a positive development in the league's quest to start the 2020 season on time. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter May 15, 2020, 6:03 PM ET
  14. Love the talk on Gibson, and think he could be a sneaky good pick in the mid to late rounds of redrafts. Full disclosure; the reason I created this thread in the first place is because in my most competitive league it's set-up as a (1) rookie keeper league. So, as you can image targeting the top rookie RB's is HUGE. Think along the lines of guys like Gurley, Zeke, CMC when they first came out. With that in mind, I'd like to focus on the upper echelon of this draft class first. The top (5) RB's in my mind are: CEH Swift Taylor Akers Dobbins Factoring in talent, landing spot & competition for touches, who do you like more & why? Thanks!
  15. LOL...fair enough. 'Course, you can still date (go dutch if you're concerned about the outlay of cash). Just don't get yourself tied down. Enjoy the milk, don't buy the cow!