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  1. Based on reports this year, there's no reason to think that Stidham isn't the QB of the future. Many thought they got a steal in this kid. Probably needs another year of grooming. That said, I wouldn't be surprised if they double down if someone like Hebert falls to them. I don't think it's a slam dunk Brady gets a new contract because I wonder if Bill actually will want him back at a price that he doesn't perceive as a value. This may not be Brady's decision. Ideally, NE can have it's cake and eat it: Pay Brady AND plug holes. Not sure that's possible. Does Brady even want to come back if Bill doesn't significantly upgrade the offense? Does Bill think it's a better move long term to cut bait on Brady, move forward with Stidham or a cheaper stop gap alternative and use funds to then plug holes? Interesting times ahead. Especially with other dominoes to fall such as McDaniels, D. Scharneccia, potential retirements, and key FAs on the defensive side of the ball.
  2. Brady isn't the Brady he was a year or two ago, but last night was by far more on the supporting cast vs. him. The rookie WRs were a huge flop. Harry made critical drops and J. Meyers was nowhere to be found. Ancient Ben Watson showed up but his biggest gain was negated by penalty. Old reliable Edelman is getting doubled and is clearly compromised by injury. And to make matters worse, even Edelman dropped a crucial third down ball that would have extended a drive late in the game and was at minimal one of the nails in the coffin last night. And Sanu...he's not a lead guy. Best used as a third option not a primary one. What I saw last night was a QB who actually had a ton of time in the pocket, could scan the field, but could find NOBODY with separation. That and more dropped passes. It's been the same story for a while now.
  3. God help Boone owners if there's word pregame that Mattison is active and will "share the load."
  4. Lamar, Saquon, and Drake. Those three just buried my competition the last two weeks. Most relaxing playoffs ever. Will now watch M. Boone have an epic dud and not care after toiling over that decision all week.
  5. Good luck all. Minus any new info breaking before 4 pm I'm in on Boone.
  6. I'd go Boone in your case. Lot of wind in Miami today could be a Mixon day.
  7. Hard to not go this route. If my life depended on this decision, maybe I'd go safe with Washington. But hell, it's fantasy football. Too much upside to leave on the table.
  8. Didn't Zimmer constantly give a glimmer of hope for Theilen for weeks? And then inevitably he wouldn't play? Probably playing the same game with Mattison. And you'd think they would have learned something bringing Theilan back too early.
  9. Yup. Volume is king. May run for a mediocre 15-42 but who knows, could get in the endzone and grab 6-32 in PPR. I picked up just to block.
  10. ALEXANDER MATTISONRB, MINNESOTA VIKINGS ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Alexander Mattison (questionable, ankle) is not expected to play Week 16 against the Packers. Now assured of a playoff spot (San Francisco eliminated the Rams with Saturday's victory), there's no reason for Mattison to push it at less than 100 percent. Schefter confirms it will be the Mike Boone Show when the Vikings renew their long-standing rivalry with Green Bay Monday in Minneapolis. Slated for workhorse usage against a Packers defense that has allowed the ninth-most rushing yards per game, Boone checks all the RB2 boxes for Week 16.
  11. ALEXANDER MATTISONRB, MINNESOTA VIKINGS ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Alexander Mattison (questionable, ankle) is not expected to play Week 16 against the Packers. Now assured of a playoff spot (San Francisco eliminated the Rams with Saturday's victory), there's no reason for Mattison to push it at less than 100 percent. Schefter confirms it will be the Mike Boone Show when the Vikings renew their long-standing rivalry with Green Bay Monday in Minneapolis. Slated for workhorse usage against a Packers defense that has allowed the ninth-most rushing yards per game, Boone checks all the RB2 boxes for Week 16.