scothawk

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  1. Well. I couldn't have been more wrong on this guy.
  2. Sorry, filled now from internal recommendations.
  3. Sorry about that. Ive set homepage available to guests. Does that let you view?
  4. http://www63.myfantasyleague.com/2017/home/21107#0 Competitive league with good scoring system. 2QB and very flexible lineup behind that. IDP scoring is important. Good group of owners who overlap in other leagues. 2 teams available - $7.50 each per season. Any questions please let me know.
  5. Yeah my excitement at getting him on waivers has pretty much evaporated now Horrible feeling that teams might see him as a post week 1 signing in case of neck injury issues. I cannot hold him that long.
  6. This is my point. It might not appear to be a one year deal, but I bet it is structured to protect the team in case of any other neck issues. If he proves his neck is ok, the multiple years will kick in. Remember when David Wilson came back? It flared up almost immediately. I like Orr and as an owner Id like to see him in Oakland. but my excitement will be muted for a few weeks until we see he is ok.
  7. Because he has a neck that needs to prove itself to be NFL capable again Its nothing to do with his ability.
  8. OAK makes just too much sense. They desperately need a player and mentor for a couple of younger guys, and i think the could construct a nice prove it contract for both sides.
  9. Wondering if I should try and sell in the next 24 hours But Im thinking i will get a 5th/6th in return if he does stay fit and make a roster Im talking 90-120 tackles Hold and sweat i think
  10. He's available in all my MFL leagues. Or rather, he WAS available.
  11. Is there a valid scale we can measure hype against?
  12. This smells like classic summer hype of the young guys. Turbin isnt the next all pro, but he's been in the league, knows protections, scores TD and is getting praised by his OC. I like youth as much as the next guy in this game, especially at RB, but this is one scenario when I am not over looking the other guy inf favor of the rookie if there is a changing of the guard.
  13. Because as a pro he knows the system, how to block and what his franchise QB wants of him. Im not expecting miracles. My point is that if you think that Mack has opportunity because Gore is going to break down, then you have to recognise that Turbin is there as well. If the Colts are sitting a 4-2 or something like that, and Gore gets hurt or starts falling off a cliff, I think they turn to Turbin to keep things steady and let Luck do his stuff. And his 8 TD last year cannot be ignored either.
  14. If we are excited about Mack being behind Gore in terms if likely opportunity, then we must also have to be excited by Turbin, who is a seasoned pro, knows they system inside out and has the coach's confidence (especially near the GL). In 2017 Im putting my money on Turbin as the sleeper here. 2018 is a different story, but one which will likely be written during this season.
  15. Thanks. I was going to try and get Ingram in a couple of leagues where he would score incredibly well at DE, but its just looks too risky for now.