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  1. It's not what I would call a trick either, it's just poor strategy. It's like playing poker with someone who has an obvious tell and they are unaware.
  2. Very unlikely. But from Josh Harris' point of view on that play I can understand why he might come to that conclusion. And THAT is the main takeaway here...problems behind the scenes or in the locker room. If a team is functioning the way it should, there's no way any player would ever assume their QB would do something remotely that bad.
  3. Yes, knew that already. He was tagged as questionable all week. But then Sunday morning the questionable tag was removed and articles said he would play: For example He was active, but didn't play. Like others, I had someone on the bench waiting to substitute but I didn't.
  4. Well that sucks. I checked the NFL Inactives page 10 minutes before the game and his name wasn't on there. He's still not on there. Was there any notification anywhere that he wouldn't play?
  5. Not sure, but I would guess HIS mean is above THE mean.
  6. Gronk is back. Flash Gordon is...flashing. Brady's arrow is pointing up. But I totally understand. If I knew the Brady owner in my league was on this forum and needed some nudging to drop him, because I needed a QB and I have #1 waiver priority, then yeah, I might post something similar.
  7. Flash back to just a few years ago: The Rams were a 4-12 team, and Kansas City had recently ended a 659 day streak without a WR catching a TD pass.
  8. There's truly only one "guarantee" in this whole scenario: a pulled hamstring Week 1 of 2019.
  9. WIth Kupp headed to IR, that's probably the end for me in this contest, even if I squeak by this week.
  10. I'm saying this: for Gordon or any other player, predicting they will be mediocre or average, and then bragging about it - that is just completely useless. There's zero risk in that call. Instead, have some guts and offer up some alternative players currently in the WR3 range who you think will score significantly more that JG the rest of the season.
  11. Predicting mediocrity is a chump move because you'll be correct more often than not. Calling a simple coin flip would warrant more bragging rights.
  12. So the question of the day is, who is starting him this week against Buffalo? Tough matchup according to the stats (Bills are ranked 3rd toughest against the pass so far). At the moment I have him in over Doug Baldwin.