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  1. signed...any married guy.
  2. I'm not a Seahawks fan so how much did Jimmy Graham line up as a TE vs. splitting out? Meaning:if Marshall has anything left and if Graham was mostly splitting out he actually could play much of the role Graham had played.
  3. Marshall had a huge year in 2015. In 2016 he really dropped off despite playing 15 games and then in 2017 he had his season end in week 5 but was very mediocre after 4 games. The plus side is this is maybe the best QB he has had to play with. The negatives are age, coming off injury and he is 2 full seasons away from being a relevant WR. I think the negatives outweigh the positives. I wouldn't be shocked if he found a way to put up a good season but I think it's much more likely that he doesn't have any real value in 2018.
  4. I don't think the Henry injury would change my expectations for Allen much. Henry caught 45-579-4 last year so nothing outstanding for a TE. Bring back Gates or bring in a guy like Fleener and you get someone who probably pretty much replaces those targets.
  5. In my better days I would have probably been in the 10-12 range but I'm past my prime and I think I would hit my wall at around 7-8.
  6. Nice work massraider!
  7. Why in holy heck would a redraft league ever use prior year finish to establish draft order next season? It's redraft. Nothing should carry over from the prior year. In my opinion the issue here is setting up a redraft league in that manner.
  8. I don't believe the OP seemed very upset. If you were referring to me I'm just sharing my view on tanking which is there is no place for it.
  9. I don't care about the what ifs. Tanking can affect which teams make the playoffs and which ones don't. Any self respecting owner does not intentionally tank for a better draft pick. If you are in a league where that is the approach pretty soon you have 3 or 4 teams tanking and soon after that you just won't have a league. I never ever tank. I try to win each week. Moving up or down a draft slot or two isn't going to be incentive for me to tank and if I see another owner tanking I call them out on it. Integrity of the league is at stake.
  10. Yes. It was a mistake. I would revert back to what were the published rules and then I would kick any owner who tanked in the buttocks. You need to follow the rules but then the league needs to sit down and discuss tanking. That is Bush league to tank and I would record this as a warning against tanking to that owner with another incident meaning expulsion from the league. I can't understand how anyone would even need to ask if it's ok to tank. The answer is NO!
  11. Zealots? I would be happy he rejected if it is zealots. Sure I will take Bosa over Beasley but I would much rather have Freeman. Kuechly has been great but has also had a lot of concussion issues and he is easier to replace than Freeman I think.
  12. 11-5 would be a pretty successful season. This team still has concern areas on defense such as pass rush. Young guys can take a while to develop and some might bust. The offense will of course have Rodgers back for hopefully a full season but it has changed with the loss of Jordy and the addition of Graham. If you told me today they would finish the regular season at 11-5 I would be very happy with that.
  13. Even if you aren't a big baseball fan I would think catching a game in Wrigley if possible is almost a must. To me it's almost like driving by Mount Rushmore and not stopping if you haven't been there before.
  14. I live in a very small town so it has it's good and bad regarding sports teams. I love having my kids go to school where if they want to participate in any extra curricular activity all they have to do is to want to do it. Frankly, we are starving for high enough participation numbers in just about everything. The bad news is that we are starving for getting enough participants in school activities so it means things like shifting from the normal football to 8 man football, having to drive long distances for meets, combining with other local schools for some activities. I still wouldn't trade it for anything. I'm all for my kids being able to participate in whatever they would like and not having to make a team. They are also more rounded because they are encouraged to not focus on one sport but instead take part in a sport each season. There are a few very elite athletes in one sport that do focus on that sport with the idea of continuing onto college in that sport but for most of the kids they put away the football cleats or volleyball shoes at the end of fall and put on their basketball shoes or wrestling shoes. I love that they are busy year round participating in multiple sports. Happy to be in small town America.
  15. Team A wins both trades.