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  1. Reaaalllyyy hoping the Dolphins make the right decision to play this guy, at the very least to see what they have in him to save them a draft pick on an RB next year. Seems like a dynamic talent, at the very least more so than Ballage. Ballage is the worst player in the NFL. Then again, it is the Dolphins we're talking about here, so I can't exactly count on reasonable decision-making here. Maybe moreso than the Bengals or Redskins, but that's an incredibly low bar to clear.
  2. I think Patrick Laird and Benny Snell are both guys who should be paid attention to as well. Laird has been a dynamic pass-catcher and more efficient in his few carries than Ballage (though who hasn't been?). Snell was an underrated college back and showed out well in his 17-carry game against the Chargers a few weeks back; I think he has enough talent to take over the PIT backfield.
  3. I think two underrated fits for Kareem Hunt, should he be allowed to leave the Browns, would be the Falcons and Rams. Both teams have struggling running games anchored by over-the-hill backs on huge contracts. Bringing in Hunt would allow them to supplement or even replace those guys at low cost, and get a lot of production. I can see him being a great fit for the Rams in particular, and I'm sure McVay would salivate at the thought of using him in the backfield and out wide in tandem with Gurley to keep both fresh. Also, I don't think Hunt would end up with the Steelers. No way the Browns would allow him to go to a division rival.
  4. I highly doubt it. Booker has shown next to nothing in the run game. He's mediocre to average in the passing game. That being said, RB could easily be address later without Barkley anyway. Rashaad Penny, anyone?
  5. Better chance he'll be successful than not. Dude's got a hell of a fire in him. It'll drive him to be successful, it'll drive him to correct his flaws, it'll drive him to do whatever it takes to win, especially with the right leadership. That passion, energy and willpower single handedly brought him from walk-on to Heisman winner. Mayfield's got a historic of production and a winner's mindset, he's gonna go far. I'm all in on him this year, maybe not for fantasy, but definitely in real life.
  6. We know he is now, but did we know then? Was Brees that much more revered in college than Mayfield is now? Mayfield is no slouch, just because Drew Brees has had an amazing career doesn't mean Mayfield can't
  7. I'm bullish on the Dolphins as a dark-horse improvement candidate. I think Drake's breakout was no fluke and he can carry the offense regardless of the O-Line (though we may see it improve via the draft). Also, with either Tannehill or a rookie in the fold the offense should be more consistent than it was under Cutler.
  8. Tbh I think the Cowboys should be trying to sign Crabtree. They need the help
  9. What has Lynch shown that indicates he's worthy of a roster spot?
  10. In regards to Tyrod's replacement, perhaps Keenum could fill in? (And Tyrod to Cardinals?) Thoughts?
  11. I would, Mike Brown is a cheapskate. I didn't see anything from Joe Mixon in the running game that suggested he wasn't a JAG. And he was on one of my teams too. He's good in the passing game but that's not his bread and butter.
  12. What if... Howard traded for Drake straight-up
  13. Why does Gase hate RBs that perform well for him? Here's hoping he trades off Drake somewhere that will appreciate him