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  1. Thank you so much for this.
  2. Hi, Looking for an owner to take over an orphaned rebuild. League makeup is 1/2 home league, 1/2 FBG members. 7 of 12 original members. VERY active league for trades. Commish will cover 1/2 2020 dues ($30); if any money won, owner keeps in full. 25 man roster. Keep 15 players; July/August draft consists of rookies and unkept players Start 1 QB (4pts passing), 2 RB, 4 WR/TE, 2 RB/WR/TE flex (TE 1.5 PPR) Best of roster: QB - Rivers, Big Ben RB - Aaron Jones, Ronald Jones, Sony Michel, Lat Murray WR/TE - Keenan Allen, Tyler Boyd, Darius Slayton, OJ Howard, DeSean Jackson, Hakeem Butler, Sternberger, Antonio Brown 2020 Draft picks: 2.05, 3.03, 3.05, 4.05, 5.05, 6.05, 7.05, 8.05, 9.05 Please post here or reach out to me at if interested. Thanks!
  3. This reminds me of 2014. Was very RB needy and had 1.02 and 1.05 in a 12 team. Was going to go RB/WR and in that order and wasn't a Hyde fan. Draft went: Watkins, SANKEY, Evans, Beckham, COOKS, Hyde. Someone else had 1.03 and 1.06 and came away with Evans/Hyde. Morale of the story is almost always draft the WR over the RB.
  4. Good additional data points to factor in for sure. I know that's the point of a predraft and postdraft exercise and while opportunity and draft capital certainly has to be taken into account (the first more than the latter), don't know that I'd move guys on the offensive side like RB McFarland and WR Van Jefferson up. Time will tell!
  5. Thanks guys. Yes, just something else to throw out there and discuss. I've updated it based on your comments and more research aggregation. - I'm more heavily biased towards LSU players (see: lsutigers), but do agree that Delpit seems like more of a centerfielder in a Cover 1 type role. May have some incredible single games but a lot of duds. - TE's a mess this year and I think will be even more situation dependent than usual. Not a huge fan of Okwuegbunam but he's definitely got more upside than most - Thanks for that on Chinn. Total miss on my part.
  6. Here's one I put together just to kill time until the "actual" board is released. Some flatter tiers so still a work in progress. Just something to kill some corona-time. - Similar caveats to Jene's except I deduct more for injury and less for potential vs proven (less risk). Aggregate sources of PFF, Waldman's analysis, Great Blue North Draft Report, FBG Shark Tank, my own observations. All thoughts welcome!
  7. deep bench dynasty, but I'm still a Kenny Young truther. This spot has been extremely fruitful for me going back to Ogletree and then Littleton. Agreed that whoever emerges, even with their rapidly depleting D-line, will continue to be starter quality.
  8. Downward Spiral filled. Two teams still remain: Team 2 - Phil Dem TD's Team 3 - Truffle Butter
  9. Hi all, Looking for active owners for 2 orphaned teams - Year 5 of 12 team, live auction keeper with blind bidding waivers league. Up to 4 keepers per team with min 0 keepers required, so there is some benefit to going in with less keeper money allocated and more money to spend in the auction. . . Team 2 - Phil Dem TD's Team 3 - Truffle Butter If interested, post here or contact Scott Morin at Thanks! LEAGUE DETAILS * 12 team salary cap auction keeper league (H2H scoring), Entry Fee - $80.00 * Draft - 1 Live Auction Draft each August, Non-Serpentine style for nominations, consisting of rookies and unkept players * Keeper stipulations - Up to 4 players (can keep 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4) - Kept salaries increase $5 of previous year - Already increased for 2019 * Starting Roster - 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 2 RB/WR/TE flex, 1 TE * Waivers - $150 (not real) budget, Blind bidding waivers once a week, then FCFS * Winnings - $585 winner, $235 2nd place, $80 reg. season high point scorer * Playoffs - 13 week reg. season, 3 week playoffs; top 7 teams advance to main playoffs; bottom 5 teams advance to toilet bowl League Scoring Page League Settings Page $200 draft budget. $150 blinded Free Agent Budget.
  10. Colts over Texans; Ravens over Chargers Chiefs over Colts; Baltimore over NE Baltimore over KC Bears over Eagles; Seahawks over Cowboys Saints over Seahawks; Rams over Bears Saints over Rams Saints over Baltimore
  11. 10 team, redraft non-ppr (I know, I know) Big Ben - drafted Gurley, CMAC, Conner - all drafted (playing Mack - FA in place of Conner) Diggs, Lockett - both drafted Ebron - FA Lutz - drafted Bears D - drafted (1.01, went Gurley, McCaffrey, D. Freeman to start)
  12. Oof. Good one. Recency bias on my part. Equally brutal although the Saints seemed to have the momentum in that game so don't know how OT would have gone. But you're right; now we'll never know. . .
  13. If they do land out (finish behind Pitt in division), the two plays that will hang over the 2018 season are definitely that KC 4th and 9 incredible miracle play, and the Tom Brady on the move, attempt to throw out of bounds duck INT by Haden. Man, NE should have had that game. The NFC appears to be a bloodbath, but agreed that the AFC is wide open.
  14. Well, he's certainly the most talented of the RB's of the roster with the highest draft pedigree. His problem has been getting and staying healthy (suspensions aside). 3 NFL knee injuries (sprains, pulls and tear) to go with 1 knee and 1 ankle in college. In the short term and due to time with the team, he looks to be the co 1A-1B with Edwards, well ahead of Montgomery in passing game, and all 3 are well ahead of Buck Allen with Montgomery and Allen seeing a good bit of ST action. I doubt with that kind of injury history that he will jump Edwards in carries the RTS? In the long term, could he pull a Frank Gore and play for 87 years? Sure. Is it likely? Probably not.