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  1. Just had an owner in a league tell me he values Todd Gurley over Doug Martin. That seems a little far fetched to me, even with Martin coming off injury.
  2. I honestly like the landing spot for Jennings. I would argue his value is less affected than Welker's and Decker's value will be next season. Conservatively I think we can say 70 catches/ 1000 yrds / 6 tds Stardard PPR, 6 pts for TD catches, 1pt for every 10 yrds receiving, these stats would put Jennings at 206 Fantasy points. Comparing to last years stats, that would put him in the WR 22-27range. I guess thats where I had Jennings going into Free Agency ( WR 20-25 ) As a number 1 in Minnesota, I honestly think he will score more than if he would have in GB in a 4 man WR rotation ( Jennings/Cobb/Jordy/Jones )
  3. What's the argument here? Doesn't matter if it isn't an NFL line... fact of the matter is that line was so much more dominate than other college players that you have to consider that when analyzing the running back. And I wouldn't be shocked to see the Alabama offensive line compare, either. There are three first round picks on that line... crazy.3? Maybe 2 ( Womak/Fluker) Highly doubt Barret Jones is a first rd pick
  4. I guess I dont understand why Trent Richardson is given a pass on the "great o -line " argument, why is he given the benefit of the doubt and not Lacey? Yes Trent probably is more talented, but there have also been some NFL scouts quoted as saying Lacey might be a better pro than Trent or Ingram. Maybe after his Alabam pro day, the Lacey doubters will silence. Doug Martin wasnt a top 3 Dynasty pick at this time last year, I expect Lacey to have a similar type rise in value after the NFL draft. Also, how would Alabama's o-line compare to numerous NFL O-lines? Can we really say the Alabama O-line from last year is better than any O-line in the NFL? Maybe the Chicago Bears haha,