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  1. Also, with no playoffs. Julio doesn't even look like he wants to be out there. He just seems bored and like I guess I'll play because I have to.
  2. Why do I have this urge to play someone more exciting that Julio. I'm at the point to where I actually like Paschall, Gallup, Slayton better. Not afraid to make a change. I have 0 confidence in Julio. Every time I watch him play. All I see are 10-yard out's to the sidelines. 7-yard slants to the inside. Soooo boring. Not to mention, every time M. Ryan drops back to pass, he only has like 2 seconds to throw the ball before he's sacked or throwing it away.. Atlanta pass blocking is horrendous. In the last 4 games, He has been sacked 19 TIMES. This is what I'm worried about. San Francisco pass rush and Atlanta playing away & outdoors. Their a dome team. For anyone who says, No, you have to play your players. I'll be playing my players, just not Julio this week.
  3. I watched the Game. Like one stated, he was playing early, missed 2 blitz pickups. After that he played sparingly. He did come in on every 3rd down though. He made a nice 49 yard catch on a wheel route up the sideline. Called back for holding. S. Darnold was under pressure seemed like every pass play. Jets couldn't block anybody. Herndon also made a nice cut on the defender on about a 18 yard out to get open near the sideline for a 1st down and Darnold badly over threw him, albeit under a little pressure. One thing I did notice also. They were like on the 6 yard line to score on a 3rd and goal. I saw Herndon lineup on the right TE spot. Darnold was in Shotgun. Once the ball was snapped Darnold was Looking at Herndon the whole way. As soon as Herndon made his cut in front of defender to get open. A Giants player rushed right up the middle untouched and made Darnold throw it away out to prevent sack. So their were oppurtunities. Just a case of bad luck. [...] One thing I did notice about Herndon though, is when he was in on a play, he wasn't hard to find when they lined up. He just looked bigger than everyone else and he was quick off the ball and showed nice speed and athleticism. Just wanted to point out some positives and some insight on what I saw if your trying to decide what to do with him, while I was probably one the few actually watching this game, lol. Probably like the rest of you guys. I just don't know what to do going forward. I only have room for 1 TE on my team...Good Luck ROS.
  4. Come on Already! Been waiting all day to see a repeat of yesterday's news. Do you'll feel like he is going to play? New Player Note Thu, Nov 7 Chris Herndon (hamstring) remained limited at Thursday's practice. Advice: Herndon is trending toward making his season debut Sunday against the Giants after missing the past several weeks with a hamstring injury he incurred during his four-game suspension. Second among rookie tight ends in receiving yards a year ago, Herndon could conceivably work his way into the TE1 mix, though it may take a game or two for him to get his rhythm back. UConn alum Ryan Griffin has spelled him at tight end the past two months. More: New York Jets PR on Twitter (Rotoworld.com)
  5. Anyone adding? Supposed to suit up week 11.
  6. Mike Tagliere FantasyPros Thompson might be left out of the party unless his role in the new offense changes. Not many teams have had to target their running backs against the Dolphins, and as a result, just one running back (Austin Ekeler) has totaled more than three receptions. When you know that Thompson has seen 1.5 times more targets than he's seen rushing attempts is a problem in this matchup. Again, there's always a chance Callahan involves him more in the run-game, but this seems like a Peterson-heavy game. Thompson is a semi-risky RB4 whose floor is lower than usual.
  7. He almost made it to week 4 in my league. Someone just dropped him and is on the WW. If i were to pick him up I'd have to drop Gallup. Would rather stick with the Cowboys offense. (10 Team - 1/2 ppr league)
  8. No, I am not leaving until I hear bad news...
  9. M. Brown owner here. Just here to check the Gurley message board looking for some bad news...
  10. I was watching the game back and forth and I saw Hockenson get hurt. Thought he went to the medical tent. But can't be certain if he came back in. But when I would flip back to the Lions game. I never saw him in. Was watching other games as well. Can't find anywhere talking about if he got injured.
  11. As a Julio Jones owner. I could care less if he doesn't play week 1. I've actually been thinking about benching him anyways. Since 2015, Julio vs Xavier Rhodes in 2 games went for (5-56-0) & (2-24-0). So in 2 games he combined for (7-80-0). Not very excited about this Match-up. Sit week 1, get your foot another week to heal (if there is a foot issue) and from week 2 on become the stud you are...
  12. Do you'll think Raisel Iglesias will be traded or staying?
  13. Here’s EXACTLY what will happen in the second half of the MLB season. By jameskohout@_jameskohout_ Jul 16, 2019, 8:11am EDT Colin Poche leads the Rays in saves This one is a matter of hoping Kevin Cash realizes who the best reliever in his bullpen is. Colin Poche has been downright filthy since getting called up, his 27:1 K:BB ratio in 17 ⅓ innings is incredible. Right now the main pitcher he has to beat out for those chances is Emilio Pagan, who has been great in his own right with a 1.69 ERA and a 50:9 K:BB ratio in 37 ⅓ innings. But Pagan has also struggled with home runs in his past and has benefited from a good amount of luck in 2019, with a .221 BABIP, 90.8% left on base rate, and a 11.4% HR/FB rate.
  14. Nevermind, just found out why...Mychal Givens was unavailable last night with soreness from a diving tag on Wednesday, so the Orioles turned to Paul Fry to close out a three-run game.