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  1. Thanks. The problem was on my end. I overlooked my scoring settings which jacked up the rankings something crazy and I thought I had double checked it but I didn't.
  2. I have been using both the online and classic version DD for mock drafts. Both versions are set to my league's specifications. However the QB cheat sheet is significantly different between the 2 versions. For example, QB Lamar Jackson is ranked as the #1 fantasy QB according to the online DD but ranked 8th on the classic version. I used both versions last season for mock drafts and didn't notice such variance in rankings like I am this year. I have checked the settings for both versions to make sure something like scoring was not set correctly. If someone can help me or offer a suggestion I would appreciate it. Thanks....
  3. This is pure speculation but former Colts LB D'qwell Jackson was on NFL network saying he thought it was a real possibility Luck's career is over.
  4. I took Lynch at 3.2 and played him all season and was sick of him. I am happy with Lynch for Blount and it seems like the consensus agrees. I can understand the feedback on the Ingram trade. This is just my opinion, I am not a believer in Ingram, not because he can't but that is a pass happy offense and if he maintains a approximately 60/40 split with Kamara I think his numbers will go back down. I do have concerns about Gronk, he has lingering back issues for some time. I have always been a bit risky in regards to trades. Part of the motivation is also I am banking on Alex Collins getting more opportunity and continuing his level of production, hopefully he can get some TDs. Thanks for the feedback, hopefully things work out and I don't look too bad.
  5. 1st trade..... I traded Lynch for Blount 2nd trade...I traded Ingram, Fitzgerald, and Rudolph for Gronk, Doyle and Woodhead....I dropped Woodhead and picked up Rex Burkhead. My patience was thin and I was tired of messing around with Lynch. I had to downgrade Fitz a lot with Palmer gone and hopefully Gronk stays healthy. I like this trade for my team. Hopefully it works out.
  6. I tried but I moved out of my apartment and was living with a friend until I got in and I didn't have a lease or whatever to show. The problem is the address specifically names the place. It is a more like a facility, not a converted home on some street. When I saw the address they gave me to have my mail sent, it was blatantly obvious. The phone number is ok because I can use my cell phone so I am good to go there. I live in Indianapolis. Seems like the feedback here is my cell number and email will work fine. I have a habit of looking too much into detail. I would be more concerned if I was trying to get a professional white collar job paying $70k for example. It took some time to get over myself and be humble and grateful and work at Starbucks until I can get something more in line with a career path and pay I am more comfortable with because getting hired and starting can be a slow process. Thanks for the positive thoughts.
  7. I am probably looking too much into it. As I responded, I didn't want the residential treatment facility on my resume. My experience the last 17 years was telemetry. I monitored patients in the hospital on heart monitors and stuff like that. I need to get a job like asap. My original plan was to apply for an electrician apprenticeship and the local union but it requires a drivers license and I have some issues delaying that so I have to get something else to take care of different financial issues and I was l looking at a sales rep positions with 3rd party logistics companies (I have previous sales experience with insurance) or I have a lead on a sales position selling external cardiac defibrillators. I need a job like fast though because I unexpectedly burned through my cash. For the time being I was thinking about even just starbucks. So you can see I am not looking at high paying careers and stuff like that. I am probably just looking too much into it, but because I don't have much resume writing experience I was wondering if this was a big issue or not. I certainly understand the travel time issue, my former employers were always having issues when we interviewed someone who lived an hour away. For now, anywhere I go has to be on the bus line.
  8. Not that. I am living in a sober living facility. I didn't want that sticking out.
  9. It is a personal issue. I am living in a residential treatment facility, a sober living home and I was trying to avoid this issue. It has been so long since I had to get a resume together I used a professional resume writing service to create me a few resumes targeting specific types of jobs along with cover letters and I forgot to ask their thoughts on the address issue.
  10. Is it ok if I don't have my address on my resume? I would prefer if the potential employee was not aware of where I live. I only want my phone number and email on it but I wasn't sure if this would be frowned upon. I am looking for entry level positions, I am not qualified for high paying professional jobs so take this into consideration. You can say I am sort of starting over in life. TIA
  11. Who do you like this week, Winston or Palmer?