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Noah Davis

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  1. 8 weeks of zero competition. At which point, if you are good, you address the risk of Hunt by snagging the inevitable waiver wire darling that covers the risk of the final 8 weeks if it were to materialize.
  2. In redraft - no reason to trade him...in Dynasty I'd be more apt to move him.
  3. 12 Team, PPR, Salary Cap, Contract (RSO) Team A: Jamaal Williams - rookie contract (4 Million) 2019 1st (Late Round) Team B: Tyreek Hill (16 Million contract through 2020)
  4. I traded him + a 1st for Tyreek Hill in a salary cap contract league. Other owner Has Ty Mont. I just don't know how it's going to play out in GB and I don't want to try to pick the good weeks.
  5. I agree - I just like to call out my mistakes. I was thinking there was room for a big jump last year but it didn't happen. I think you are closer to reality. If he gets the RZ targets he could be a good play. I've still got him on a rookie deal in RSO and I'll hold because there is zero interest in him.
  6. I think you may have misunderstood me. Aaron Jones being a superior athlete doesn't mean he is the better football player, it is jut one input. As a frame of reference Antonio Brown was a poor metrics guy - but a vastly superior technique and football IQ. For me...I look at metrics as a tie breaker when I have guys very closely rated in a draft class. Even then I don't always go with the metric guy. As an example I traded the world to move to 1.02 with every intent to take Nick Chubb, but when it came down to me being on the clock I pulled the trigger on Derrius Guice's. I just felt his was situation better over the next 4 years and it is a RealitySportsOnline league. .
  7. Athletic profiles: Aaron Jones Jamaal Williams I'm a Williams owner but Jones is clearly the superior athlete with impressive burst scores in vertical and broad jump.
  8. I traded 1.10, 1.12, 2.02, 2.06, and 3.5 to get to 1.02 just to take him....
  9. Just an assumption on how the Panthers season played out last year - 80 catches was extremely high. I placed that as a result of losing Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen. So I assume with Olsen back and them drafting DJ Moore in the 1st round you'll see him revert a bit in catches. Add in CMC put on some good muscle and they drafted him as a 1st round RB so I think his carries goes up a bit. I still think they keep him around 18-20 all purpose touches per game..
  10. In regards to your arguments on production - are you saying the competition levels of Mountain West conference and SEC are similar? In regards to your athletic argument see the below....none are significantly different enough to separate. They are all NFL caliber. One could even argue that Kerryon is marginally physically and athletically superior due to his broad and vertical jump, bigger wing span, arm length, and hand size. Granted he was .11 slower in the 40 but RBs rarely get to run 40 yards in a straight line. Kerryon Johnson Rashaad Penny Sony Michel Again I think Penny wasn't the best option for the Seahawks at that pick with the remaining RBs on the board - I don't envision him as a "great" back - but I have been known to be wrong regularly...just ask my wife.
  11. Is the reason that Guice, Chub, Michel, and Johnson are a tier above Penny in talent?
  12. CMC - I put him at 768 rushing yards on 200 attempts with 3 TDS, 550 receiving yards on 65 receptions with 5 TDs this year. I'm optimistic. Roughly 18 total touches per game
  13. Have you ever looked at the Rookie Scouting Portfolio? It's not an eyeball test and all the work and back-up is there to see. Its not as if he had Rashaad Penny ranked like chopped liver in it. A ranking can't be insulting....it's a ranking. If you don't agree move on, no need to make it personal. The way in which you speak about someone can most definitely be insulting which you have clearly demonstrated..