mrmorell

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  1. I got CMC as my main guy in one auction league. In the other one, I have Saquon. Period.
  2. On RedZone they are saying that they might suspect a torn ACL. Being a big fan of him and NYG I am very sad, it's easy to talk right now but of course people who drafted him might be in an ugly mess now and I am one of them
  3. This was a disastrous output but he still managed to be decent in PPR even though he didn't score any touchdown (the two receptions he had in the first half showed that he still can avoid tackles like basically nobody in the NFL). New York's O-Line is pretty new and they will need some time to adjust, the same can be said to Jason Garrett calling plays. Saquon is a great pass catcher in the backfield and clearly the best Giants' player, he has one of the finest skillset in the league, his phisical and athletic tools are something else and this line could not be worse than tonight, I don't know wheter he could finish #2 in all formats but it's not the right time to panic in my opinion
  4. My guy looks like a potential MVP candidate even this year
  5. In my opinion: 1-Brown: it's true that he still is on a run first team, but he finished as the WR10 last year in standard because he simply was too good even with fewer catches than other WRs. I like the fact that he gets open easily, that he's great in breaking tackles and that he's basically the lone WR option in one of the best teams in the league 2/3-McLaurin/Chark: same as Brown, they are the first (and maybe lone) options in Washington and Jacksonville but I'd rather have a receiver in a stable offense with a decent QB (even though they tend to run more) than a receiver in a messy offense that doesn't look good. I tend to prefer McLaurin because I feel like Washington with Rivera might be better than Jacksonville 4-Ridley: simply because he's not the first option in his team and he might not have the upside of the aforementioned wide receivers since there is still Julio in Atlanta. He had "just" 866 yards last year, and I don't trust Falcons' offense this much for this season By the way, all of them are good targets for being a good WR2, I'd even suggest to take 3 out of them in a 0 wide receivers auction draft
  6. I don't think that having Trubiski as the starting QB would have a negative impact on Robinson. I had him on my team last year and I thought he was pretty much consistent (except from that Philly game) even with one of the worst QB in league throwing balls to him. A-Rob is a talented receiver, he finished 8th in PPR and I still think that at his average ADP and auction price might be a great value pick.
  7. They will talk about Hegel and Schopenhauer
  8. Longtime Giants fan and Saquon fan since his days at Pitt, so happy to have drafted him #2 overall this year after having taken him since his rookie season. Hope he shows everyone what he is capable of!
  9. I didn't sleep well the last night. Trust me but as an Orlando Magic fan living in Italy grown up when he was ballin' out the league, it has been way harder than I thought. Kobe has lived in my town (Pistoia) when his dad used to play for our team, it's still unbelievable. I tried to honor him watching his last game against Utah even though it was like 4 AM in Italy and I had an exam on 9 AM, I believe that this was the sign of how much I loved him. I'll miss him very much. RIP Kobe and Gigi
  10. Nice line, hope he plays today bc I need him to win my matchup