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Everything posted by mrblonde1984

  1. I can't help but notice that you're not shutting up. Please reconsider.
  2. If I can't get Adams or Lazard, the only other Packers WR I might take a chance on is Devin Funchess. He's still only 26 but seems to be an afterthought after missing all of last season with the Colts due to a shoulder injury.
  3. I plan to continue my reign of terror for as long as possible. IDC when we draft, just let me know and I'll be ready.
  4. This defense is incredible. And before I see "but look who they played" posts, look at the opponents the 2000 Ravens played. It included legends such as Tim Couch, Jay Fiedler, and a bunch of other trashbags.
  5. Anyone get sniped bad in this one? @ToO_BaD put me on tilt three times by taking Damien Williams, Hooper, and Big Ben right before me.
  6. Notes on my last player picks. Not doing notes on kickers or defense. J. Winston: QB in Arians system. Spread em and shred em. Chronic underachiever. Weapons galore in Evans, Godwin, Howard. Make or break season. Soft NFC South schedule. Stream worthy at the least. M. Andrews: 34-552-3 in '18 as a rookie. Improved when Ljax took over. Led rookie tes in yards after catch (198). Top graded rookie te by pff. 129.9 passer rating when targeted. Can stretch defenses. 2.01 yards per route was behind only Kittle, Ertz, Kelce, Howard. D. Prescott: 3884-22-8-67.7 in 3rd year. 305-6 rushing. 25 yrs old. Career passer rating of 96.0 is better than Wentz (92.5) and Goff (94.7). Opens season with Cooper/Cobb/Gallup as primary WRs. Return of Witten. C. Herndon: 39-502-4 as rookie in '18. Suspended first 4 games. Led all pass-catchers with 152.7 passer rating when targeted in the red zone. Deadly from slot. PFF's 2nd highest graded rookie TE (Andrews). D. Samuel: 5-11, 214, 4.50. 2nd round pick. Returned 4 kicks for tds at S. Carolina. Forced 21 missed tackles on 62 catches (4th most in '19 class). Could be #2 for 49ers with Jimmy G. return.
  7. No, Reed is way low in my TE rankings due to his injury history.
  8. 12.14 Dak Prescott 13.01 Christopher Herndon
  9. I love Isabella as a prospect but Kirk looked every bit the part of a stud WR despite crap QB play and a season derailed by injury. I think it's a little extra to already say he's the best WR. Again, I have big expectations for Isabella but Im not ready to say I like him more than Kirk yet.
  10. The "slot dynamo?" He played more than 63 percent of his snaps outside the hashes at UMass. You're most likely looking at Kirk/Isabella on the outside with Fitz in the slot, though they can all play inside and outside. I do love Isabella though, just not sure where this slot wr stuff is coming from.
  11. Disagree. I think it'll be Moncrief. Reports saying he's looking good already.
  12. I was all set to go Moncrief and Hooper. Thanks, jerks. 10.14 Jameis Crablegs Winston 11.01 Mark Andrews
  13. Too bad you couldnt pair him with Alshon Jeffries
  14. Yes. I knew it was getting close for him too. Shouldnt have waited.
  15. @Boudewijn Im actually shocked he was still available. I would have taken him earlier but Im not sure how having Mack-Hilton-Ebron would work out on a weekly basis. Nice value for you.
  16. Let us know when you need a TE in Week 9 when Ebron and Engram are on bye.
  17. A few notes about the players I selected since we're more than halfway thru the draft... CMC: 1098-7-5.0 and 107-867-6 on 327 total touches. Rarely comes off field. Had 4th most red zone carries in '18 (46). 1K/1K threat. Cam shoulder issues not necessarily a bad thing for checkdowns. Slight edge over Saquan due to teams/schedule. Hilton: 76-1260-6 last year. WR1 for elite offense/QB playing majority of games in dome. May lose targets to Funchess/Cain/Campbell but still and elite deep threat. Tied for 5th with Cooks for most 20+ yard receptions (22) last year (Hill/27 led league). Mack: 908-9-4.7 and 17-108-1 in yr 2 jump. 10th most red zone carries in '18 (36) behind stellar Colts o-line. No clear threat to carries aside from satellite back Hines. TD upside galore. DJ Moore: 1st round pick, elite metrics, 55-788-2 in '18. Only 22 yrs old. Added 172 yards rushing. Played a ton of slot. Alpha dog with no Funchess? Cam shoulder a concern. Very little competition for targets. S. Michel: 931-6-4.5 as rookie. Had 6th most red zone carries in '18 with 42. Leaned on during SB run and win. Knee concerns. Could get overtaken by Harris but TD upside too much to overlook in run heavy NE offense with soft schedule. MVS: 6-4, 4.37 speed. 76% snap rate last year without Cobb (now in DAL). GB expected to open camp with 3-WR set of Adams, Allison, MVS. Posted third-best separation rate in '18. M. Sanders: Explosive college RB with 4.49 speed at 5-11, 211...averaged 3.8 yards after contact at PSU. Drafted in 2nd round by PHI, who also bolstered o-line with Andre Dillard in 1st. Superior athlete to Howard. More versatile and dynamic. Saquan lite? A. Miller: Led CHI in TD catches (7) as a rookie despite injuries. Elite prospect. Year 2 in Nagy's system. Whole offense should take step forward. Chance to become top target if ARob goes down. D. Harris: 3rd round pick by NE who already have Michel. Very good college player with 3.16 yards after contact and 22 forced missed tackles in '18. Should be in line for shared carries with Michel. Upside to be main early down RB if Michel knee woes continue. In this kind of league I'm all about upside. I'd rather swing for the fences and strike out than play it safe.
  18. When you have a chance to take a 32-year-old WR coming off an Achilles tear and tethered to Joe Flacco, you have to take him. *edited for typo