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    Post-Combine Rankings

    Thanks for this. I don’t agree with all of them but this is a terrific read and I love how you explain the rankings. Great stuff.
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    [Dynasty] Todd Gurley

    Disagree about the coach. Fisher is really good. The only reason you guys have gurley or any shred of optimism is the result of him being there. Think I have to disagree with "really good" as a way to describe Fisher. He's getting humiliated almost on a weekly basis at this point, he has to take some of the blame here.
  3. Do you think he reaches those numbers?
  4. It was a relatively weak TE class but I do like this guy long term. I've taken him in the third round of several rookie drafts. I don't expect much this year, but a year or so from now I think he could pay nice dividends.
  5. What an awesome thing to do. I really dig this guy.
  6. I would give that for Hopkins. Me too, and it would be an easy decision to make.
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    Charles Clay

    Nor should they.
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    Josh Gordon Everything Thread

    Bump Cameron and Hawkins (& whoever they draft/sign?)
  9. Technically, Stewart already had a breakout year in 2009 with 1200+ total yds and 11 TDs, though at this point the ship may have sailed on him being a genuine lead back. Still, if you have him, you have to be mildly hopeful about next season.
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    Brock Osweiler

    That is freaking hilarious.
  11. One of these days Brewtown will be right... hopefully.
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    Josh Gordon Everything Thread

    A lot of good being around a team did for Josh Gordon. He's gone through three iterations of teams, and that wasn't enough. At some point, it's not the NFL's fault, it's not the NFLPA's fault, it's not the team's fault, it's not society's fault. At some point, the focus has to square on the individual, and he has to own that he has a problem, and he has to make it a point to do something about it. On his own. yes, it's 100% his fault, but don't you think he has better odds of turning things around if he's around the team and the thing he loves. How many chances do you think a guy should get?
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    Le'Veon Bell

    Tight hammy?
  14. Yeah, that's odd that Robinson is being drafted so much higher in DLF mocks because in all my rookie drafts Lee has been drafted first and in most cases quite a bit ahead. Yeah, Robinson was after Lee in my 4 dynasty drafts, though the two were usually only separated by a few picks. I like both quite a bit actually for dynasty purposes.
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    Josh Gordon Everything Thread

    I have to disagree with Bloom on this one, Josh Gordon isn't making typical mistakes a 23 year old makes who has the life that Josh Gordon has. There is nothing typical about Gordon. He is arguably the best WR in the NFL, he has the chance to make millions upon millions of $$$$. Gordon might be 23 years old, but there is nothing typical about him. Gordon was given the golden egg and he dropped it.Not sure where Bloom is coming from here. Nothing about his string of behaviors is typical, especially in light of his circumstances. I will be extremely surprised if that quote was actually from Bloom. That's a pretty asinine statement.Unfortunately, no. Bloom has been all over twitter today talking about how this is pretty "standard" and "typical" for people in their 20s. Here is a guy who represents FBG and relies on data to support his arguments and, yet, the data in the US in no way supports anything he says about this being standard or typical rap sheets of 20 year olds. Agree. And if this behavior was standard wouldn't most NFL players then be facing the same suspension Gordon is, or at least many of them? The fact that he is in the vast minority of NFL players who is in this boat seems to point to him being atypical.