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  1. He could be fantasy QB1 for the next 5 years and this guy is just gonna keep moving the goal post until he can claim he is right. He is moving them right now with the whole Belicheck laid down joke of a post. His opinion in this thread should be put on ignore. Lots of agenda in going on here.
  2. About $45 on amazon for the child size. Legit stitching and it's a nike jersey with the NFL 100 logo.
  4. Most of them were all were incredibly valuable at some point in fantasy. How can you victory lap on Winston? If you bought him as a rookie in dynasty he has put up huge numbers. You know this isn't REAL football right? His bone-headed plays haven't kept him from scoring tons of points.
  5. 12 team PPR Superflex with .25 points per carry Mahomes Brees Mayfield Bridgewater Saquon Kamara M Mack Kerryon Guice Sutton Dede Diontae Johnson Trequon Smith JJAW D Hamilton M Boykin (I only typically start 2 WR's since it's .25 points per carry) Kittle F Moreau Ian Thomas
  6. Pats were gifted 10 points and saw very few offensive plays from the Ravens.
  7. NE has had the ball the entire time since the end of the 1st quarter
  8. I'm simply pointing out that you can have a horrible season if you get crushed by injuries. Right when Saquon comes back people are losing least dynasty owners that owned the studs are. We can review my rosters if you want to... binging530 on twitter we can deep dive on the subject. Thankfully I own 3-4 2020 1st across multiple leagues against podcast host. Maybe you can create an injury predictor app to help me out???
  9. Bought Mahomes before he was ever a starter in two superflex leagues. In both leagues I also own Saquon, and Guice. One also has Brees out, the other has Watkins, Tyrell, Njoku out.
  10. The Saints O-Line is a dumpster fire without Unger.
  11. He LITERALLY just put up RB 2 numbers this week in PPR. What are we even talking about?