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  1. The power to run through arm tackles of most mortal men. The elusively to make linebackers and DBs miss. Hyde’s been Hyde - relatively productive but nothing world beating. Going to be very difficult to not creep Chubb’s touches up. Hoping by mid year he’s a bye week flex, though luckily don’t need him to be anything this year. I’d certainly drop Miller for him even in redraft at the upside potential, to an earlier post. If Hyde goes down he’s a top 10 weekly start, exactly what dynasty owners will be looking at most weeks next year.
  2. JuJu, coming from a Freeman fan Bell but I get it You won the deal. Thomas easy
  3. This is really bad. I like either WR over the TB duo.
  4. I’m surprised there are some on the Booker train. I just expected everyone be on the Royce train by now, my mistake. I think everyone will come around pretty quickly that he is the Broncos best option. Whether you then value him as a top 12 dynasty RB after he wins the job remains to be seen. But Booker really can’t hold him back. Nor can Lindsay. Bad tackling or not, he has made plays - can’t knock him for that.
  5. FFPC - Team A Gave Adam Shaheen, 2019 5th Team B Gave John Ross
  6. Good deal. I’d take Cooks but it’s fair. I’d need to see the roster to fully assess the likelihood of early 1st. Not a Hunt fan but lean that way and flip Hunt.
  7. Love the 1.1 here. Reasonable value, but still a no brainer.
  8. And what if he doesn’t have “a couple 25 point weeks” to start the year? I don’t love DHenry and Robinson as enough reason to deal Brown, but I do think now is the last time you will get tip top value for him.
  9. Doing my bi-weekly Chubb search and came across this article that dropped Monday. Browns coach on Nick Chubb: 'Everything he does is violent'
  10. Cooper, unless the 1st looks early? Own Drake in most leagues, own Chubb in all. Think this is a mistake dealing Chubb. I have my 3rd rookie running back neck and neck with Gordon. It would really be more about if I were competing or rebuilding, as they are legitimately next to one another in rankings.
  11. FFPC - - Team A Gave: Leonard Fournette, Sterling Shepard - Team B Gave: Derrius Guice, Ronald Jones, Will Fuller, 2019 1st (1.10-1.12) Team A is rebuilding and now has 4 1sts next year. Team B came in 2nd and likely to be in Finals again without the deal.
  12. Yesterday, in FFPC which devalues QB due to the roster requirements, I received a doozy. I give Leonard Fournette I get Deshaun Watson, Marqise Lee, 2019 3rd
  13. FFPC - Team A Gave: Mike Williams, Courtland Sutton, 2019 1st (1.11/1.12) Team B Gave: Devonta Freeman, Adam Shaheen, 2019 5th, 2019 5th Team A traded his first earlier in the off-season, and is weak at RB with a lot of RB4's (Foreman, Connor, Gio, AJones). Team B won the title, and in this deal is buying back his 1st round pick, with Bell, Gordon, Drake, Chubb at RB.
  14. Guice was my #3, behind Barkley and Chubb, and he’s now behind Royce and KJ too, so he is now at #5, slightly ahead of Penny even with the lost year as I believe Guice’s ability over Penny. Penny nod over Michel and RoJo then and now. Michel and RoJo at the rear and only after several WRs in the class, with Ballege and Hines late 2nds that I never landed/didn’t prioritize. DNDs for me were Penny, Michel and RoJo and I wouldn’t consider myself a buyer of any unless it’s essentially sweet icing on a deal I am already liking. The top three WRs I liked and still didn’t get many draft shares of have all shown well early, so I’d still for sure keep them above Penny, Michel, RoJo. Guice is the breaking point where I’d still take Guice over all WR. So Guice is still my #5 rookie overall. Them signing AP for a year is a great thing for Guice.
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    Tyreek Hill

    Can't tell who this was directed toward, but I've been comfortably on the side of Hill in every trade in the completed trade thread, for two years now. I will be the first to admit when he was blowing up it took me a few weeks to get there, but he was in my top 10 WRs going in to 2017 season and only moved up from there. The only league I do not own him in, the cost this off-season was essentially Cooks + Chubb, which I wasn't willing to pay.