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  1. draftbreakdown.com Here is the tape on Fournette: http://draftbreakdown.com/players/leonard-fournette/
  2. Got ya. I actually deleted my post because I saw that it already been discussed earlier in the thread.
  3. Is your brother run it up? That's the exact trade he mentioned making in the McCaffrey thread...
  4. Agreed. I still think it's highly unlikely he will be there at 6 but I don't see any way he makes it past 6. I would definitely try to move up to 6 either way though. There's a lot yet to happen but as of now there seems to be a drop-off after the top six. If not McCaffrey, you might be able to get Mixon at 6.
  5. I'm holding out for 3 2019 third rounders as well. He's considering it.
  6. The sad thing is his team was good at one point but he traded Julio and Le'Veon away a couple years ago for a bundle of draft picks that didn't pan out. Since then he's made several other smaller bad trades. Guy just sucks at trading but can't seem to stop.
  7. Lol, I laugh, but that's probably pretty damn close to his actual justification of the offer. And that's saying nothing of how enticing he imagined all those 3rd round picks would look to me. 6 little cherries on top to make the offer irresistible.
  8. Guy in my 12 team 1 ppr, start 2 QB, IDP dynasty offered me: I get: Ameer Abdullah, Marcus Mariota, Allen Robinson, T.J. Yeldon, 3 2017 round 3 draft picks, 3 2018 round 3 draft picks. I give: David Johnson, OBJ, Andrew Luck, Kwon Alexander, 2017 1.1, 1.8 and a 2018 1st and 2nd round pick.
  9. He's not protecting the ball very well in that picture. Another red flag.
  10. Regarding Heuerman, he did show some brief flashes toward the middle to end of last year but as I said Derby is almost definitely still ahead of him as the primary pass-catching tight end.
  11. Yes, Ray will start opposite Miller as the ROLB. I would expect that AJ Derby right now is in place to be the starter at tight end ahead of Heuerman. And given the depth of this draft class they might even draft someone better than both of them.
  12. Upgraded the DL with a few low splash pickups today, pretty much what I expected they'd do.