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  1. There seem to be a lot of contradictory opinions on Lockett among the FF pundits... what is his dynasty value? FBGs have him at WR25, 28, 29, 29, and 41, I've seen him both higher and lower elsewhere. Where does Lockett fall vs this years rookies? What pick area next year is a fair price?
  2. Baldwin just hit 1000
  3. I traded Maclin and R.Cobb with 2 year contracts for Treadwell. I can hold Treadwell for up to 2 years before giving him a contract (5 year max). Maclin and Cobb were my WR5 and 6. 10 team, 1/2 ppr for WR/TE only, start 2 WR and a flex.
  4. 10 team, start QRRWWT + flex, 1/2 ppr for WR/TE only. 5 year max contracts. 5 man rookie squad, 2 man 2nd yr player squad. (so one could choose to not assign a contract until year 3) Gave - R.Cobb (2 yr), Maclin (2 yr) Received - L.Treadwell (rookie squad), L.A.Rams defense/ST (1 yr) Context: I have AJ Green (5 yr), O.Beckham (4 yr), K.Allen (3 yr), Julio Jones (1 yr), Devante Parker (2nd yr squad), M.Mitchell (RS) Maclin would not fetch more than a 2nd rounder, Cobb with 2 years would not likely get a 1st rounder, so I packaged them and pushed the value forward since they would not start a game for me.
  5. Yeah, I'm pretty eager to see what we have with this guy. I drafted him in 2 leagues, acquired him on waivers mid season in my only other dynasty... I like him as a possible Boldin type of player, not a burner but a beast. Tempered expectations are in full effect, of course.
  6. 10 team, start Q/RR/WW/T + flex, .5 ppr for WR/TE ONLY. 5 year max contracts, but 5 man rookie squad and 2 man 2nd year squad. Only starting 20-30 WRs per week without full ppr makes WRs less valuable than larger formats. Mixed owners, probably 5 pretty strong, 1-2 weak, 3-4 average. 1.01 The Poontang Clan Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB (R) 1.02 The Poontang Clan Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR (R) 1.03 The Poontang Clan Doctson, Josh WAS WR (R) 1.04 Bankrobber Henry, Derrick TEN RB (R) 1.05 Norsemen via Bermuda Coleman, Corey CLE WR (R) 1.06 I Touchdown There Thomas, Michael NOS WR (R) 1.07 The Brute Force Prosise, C.J. SEA RB (R) 1.08 The Brute Force Booker, Devontae DEN RB (R) 1.09 Wolverine Shepard, Sterling NYG WR (R) 1.10 DC Demons Fuller, Will HOU WR (R) 2.01 The Brute Force Dixon, Kenneth BAL RB (R) 2.02 I Touchdown There Perkins, Paul NYG RB (R) 2.03 The Poontang Clan Boyd, Tyler CIN WR (R) 2.04 The Poontang Clan Henry, Hunter SDC TE (R) 2.05 Norsemen via Bermuda Drake, Kenyan MIA RB (R) 2.06 Bankrobber Cooper, Pharoh RAM WR (R) 2.07 The Brute Force Howard, Jordan CHI RB (R) traded for 3.02 + 2017 2nd 2.08 The Brute Force Mitchell, Malcolm NEP WR (R) 2.09 Wolverine Carroo, Leonte MIA WR (R) 2.10 Bankrobber Collins, Alex SEA RB (R) 3.01 Bankrobber Braverman, Daniel CHI WR (R) 3.02 The Brute Force Smallwood, Wendell PHI RB (R) 3.03 In Hybernation Williams, Jonathan BUF RB (R) 3.04 The Brute Force Marshall, Keith WAS RB (R) 3.05 Norsemen via Bermuda Miller, Braxton HOU WR (R) 3.06 Bankrobber Goff, Jared RAM QB (R) 3.07 Norsemen via Bermuda Wentz, Carson PHI QB (R) 3.08 I Touchdown There Boehringer, Moritz MIN WR (R) 3.09 Wolverine Washington, DeAndre OAK RB (R) 3.10 Bankrobber Taylor, Kelvin SFO RB (R) 4.01 The Brute Force Washington, Dwayne DET RB (R) 4.02 Wolverine Higgins, Rashard CLE WR (R) 4.03 I Touchdown There Lasco, Daniel NOS RB (R) 4.04 Bankrobber Moore, Chris BAL WR (R) 4.05 Norsemen via Bermuda Morgan, David MIN TE (R) 4.06 I Touchdown There Higbee, Tyler RAM TE (R) 4.07 I Touchdown There Garrett, Keyarris CAR WR (R) 4.08 The Brute Force Hooper, Austin ATL TE (R) 4.09 Wolverine Thomas, Mike RAM WR (R) 4.10 In Hybernation Ervin, Tyler HOU RB (R) 5.01 Bankrobber Lynch, Paxton DEN QB (R) 5.02 In Hybernation Hackenberg, Christian NYJ QB (R) 5.03 In Hybernation Payton, Jordan CLE WR (R) 5.04 X-Factor Sharpe, Tajae TEN WR (R) 5.05 Norsemen via Bermuda Aguayo, Roberto TBB PK (R) 5.06 I Touchdown There Pressley, Jhurell MIN RB (R) 5.07 Wolverine Ferguson, Josh IND RB (R) 5.08 In Hybernation Barber, Peyton TBB RB (R) 5.09 Wolverine Lucien, Devin NEP WR (R) 5.10 The Brute Force Robinson, Demarcus KCC WR (R)
  7. Yeah, I helped a guy out big time last preseason... "No, I'd rather keep Knile Davis than take Devonta Freeman from you." *hangshead*
  8. He was really intriguing heading into the draft last year. I was disappointed he went undrafted, but he is a guy to keep an eye on.
  9. I was wondering about Rodgers as well. From a dynasty value standpoint, it seems that his value took a pretty big hit this season. I am in two dynasty leagues, and his finish this year varied pretty significantly between them -- QB6 vs. QB12 in total points, QB9 vs. QB16 in ppg. But either way, that is definitely a down year. Combining that with his age, I could easily see him in a lower tier than Newton, Luck, Wilson. I admit to being a big Wilson fan, so I have some bias. Comparing Newton vs. Wilson, I do think there is a counterpoint to the positives gianmarco posted for Newton, at least to some degree. First, using FBG scoring, Newton has scoring ~35% of his career fantasy points from rushing, compared to ~26% for Wilson. If you run those numbers, it shows that Wilson has averaged more fantasy points from passing than Newton has, despite the fact that Newton has averaged 496 passing attempts per 16 games, compared to just 434 for Wilson. Going forward, there isn't much reason to expect Newton's passing attempts to go up, but there is reason to expect that for Wilson, since it has been a trend in his 4 seasons (team passing attempts beginning with 2012 season: 405, 420, 454, 489). There is reason to believe Lynch will be gone and there may continue to be a slow shift from running emphasis to passing emphasis in Seattle. While Newton will get Benjamin back next season, Wilson will get Paul Richardson and Jimmy Graham back. Watching both of them play this season, while both were extremely impressive, Wilson looked like a better passer by a pretty good margin. So it is a valid question to wonder how long Newton will maintain his rushing performance. That will presumably tail off long before his career is over, which will have a disproportionate effect on his fantasy performance, unless he gets a lot better as a passer. When that will happen matters in this comparison, since Wilson is already getting more fantasy points from passing. Does the short term boost from Newton's rushing, however many more seasons he can sustain it, outweigh the longer term edge Wilson seems to have in passing? Yeah, I think the argument would be that Wilson still has room to grow. His first two seasons don't really figure into what we think he will do from here on out. That being said, I prefer Cam, but only by a slim margin. I think Wilson is the real deal and will have some extremely good fantasy seasons going forward.
  10. 10 team, 1/2 ppr, start 2 WR + flex, 5 year max contracts I have been offered Beckham (4 yrs) for my Watkins (5 yrs) and 1.02... I'm torn. I currently have Watkins, Julio Jones (1 yr), K.Allen (3 yr), R.Cobb (2 yrs), Maclin (2 yrs), and Devante Parker with one more year of devy eligibility. I have picks 2, 8, and 11 as my best picks. Very likely Treadwell is available at 1.02 in this league. I am relatively weak at RB with only J.Hill and TJ Yeldon as reliable starters. Thoughts?
  11. Thanks for the responses, guys. I think I agree, I'll hold onto Watkins.
  12. 10 team, start Q/R/R/W/W/T/flex, 1/2 ppr for WR/TE ONLY. 5 year max player contracts. I have been offered Gurley (4 yr) for Sammy Watkins (5 yr) and rookie pick 1.02 I have Julio (1 yr), Dez (1 yr, but might be trading him), K.Allen (3 yr), R.Cobb (2 yr), and Devante Parker eligible for 1 more season on my devy squad. TJ Yeldon is my only reliable RB moving forward. Duke Johnson, Jon Stewart, C.Michael, Charles Sims, and Ryan Mathews rounds out my RBs. I have picks 2, 8, and 11 for the upcoming rookie draft. Take Gurley, or keep Watkins and pick 2?
  13. Reed saved my season in my only redraft league... his production allowed me to trade Gronk midseason to shore up my QB and injury-riddled WRs. Picked up Cam and Megatron (and Delanie Walker). Calvin screwed me in weeks 14 and 15, but Cam propelled my team to the overall points title (ten points for all TDs... yeah.) :coolstorybro:
  14. Lamar Miller cost me in one league last week... now it is Calvin's turn. I survived his 1 catch performance last week, but lost by around 6 this week... which costs me between $325 and $700 by not making it to the championship game. I am now only 2 points ahead in the overall points race, which also pays $325/$700... so Calvin's back to back horrible games may also cost me another $375. My backup scored 28.
  15. I need Megatron to outscore Hightower by about 2 points in a PPR with TEN(!) point touchdowns. Please don't just be a decoy, Calvin... lot of money on the line.