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  1. Also Mat Kearney's "Young Love" is my favorite release so far this year.
  2. As much as I love Frank Ocean I was actually disappointed in Channel Orange. Not nearly as good as his mixtapes.
  3. The WR3 on a team without much at TE, isn't too different than a WR2 on a team with a good TE. And who knows? Hakeem Nicks could blow out his Achilles in week 2.
  4. http://espn.go.com/blog/afcnorth/post/_/id/44949/ryan-tannehill-impresses-at-his-pro-dayI caught the highlights of Tannehill's pro day. He looks the part, has a quiet confidence that you like to see, looked like he had a strong arm, but there was something about his throwing motion that I didn't like. It looked like he pushed the ball similarly to what you see weaker armed QBs do. I'm thrilled to see the Browns have a big presence there, we're certainly playing the hand well. I have a feeling Miami will get desperate on draft day and overpay for the #4 pick. I wouldn't mind their 8, as long as either Richardson, Claiborne, or Blackmon is there. BTW, Richardson's highlights had me drooling.I can see this happening: 1) Colts: Luck 2) Skins: RGIII 3) Vikes: Kalil 4) Dolphins: Tannehill 5) Bucs: Claiborne (Although they can eff us out of Richardson) 6) Rams: Blackmon 7) Jags: Reiff 8) Browns: Richardson Or this happens:1. Colts: Luck 2. Skins: RG3 3. Vikes: Kalil 4. Phins: Tanny 5. Bucs: T-Rich 6. Rams: Blackmon 7. Jags: Claiborune 8. Browns: Reiff? Coples? A second rounder is not worth risking the huge downgrade from Richardson to the other options IMO. Even though I haven't heard anyone talk about it, don't rule out the Jags taking Richardson if your scenerio happens. MJD has a lot of ware on his tires, and they were going to take Spiller two years ago, before Buffalo got him one pick ahead of them.
  5. Who would you guys value more in dynasty at the moment, DGB or Sammy Watkins.
  6. A couple days ago Skip Bayless said he thinks Tebow should ask for a trade. What if him and a 3rd rounder was sent to Jacksonville for Blaine Gabbert and the 7th overall pick.
  7. Easily a better prospect than Ramses Barden was coming out.
  8. Any thoughts on Donald Browns prospects? He has looked good against some bad Ds, but hadn't done anything in his career until now.
  9. I had him ranked 21st... *BEFORE* he announced his retirement. He has not been the same QB since his injuries. His arm is shot and has worn down through the course of the year in every recent season. I was bearish on his ability to ever produce as a starter-caliber fantasy QB again. Even if he fails to retire and winds up on another team, those concerns aren't going to magically go away. Carson Palmer's name carries a lot of cachet in dynasty leagues because of how he looked early in his career (people thought he was going to be the next Peyton Manning, at one point), but the truth is that Carson Palmer hasn't been Carson Palmer in years, and it looks unlikely that he ever would be. He's David Garrard with a premium brand name.Agree completely, Palmer was garbage when he left. Even if he was still playing for the Bengals I wouldn't go near him, unless he got dropped. No upside really at all. Before the retirement I still would have taken a Ryan Mallett or Vince Young over him.
  10. You grab who you think is the most talented player. A talent surplus at one position can be used to trade for talent at a position of need. Busts and average players don't do anything for you.I agree, but if the players are close, than take the better situation. Example: As most people who keep up around the shark pool know I love Randall Cobb as a football player. I thought he should have been a top 20 pick in the NFL draft. I think he is versatile, and could be used similar to Percy Harvin down the line. And I think talent wise he matches Harvin and could be even better. With all that being said I still take Little ahead of him in rookie drafts. Although I like Cobb far better as a football player, his path is merky in Green Bay, and Little has just as a high a ceiling, and has a clear path to production right now. Cobb may have the higher floor, and I'm convinced he will be an outstanding football player for the next 8 years, but right now Little is the better rookie pick.
  11. Really doesn't look that bad to me. I like Britt a little bit better than Jones, but the first and Ridley definitely makes it a bad offer. But it isn't terrible.
  12. Last years consensus top 5 ranking 1 C. Johnson 2 Peterson 3 MJD 4 Rice 5 Gore Last years top 5 finishers for ppr 1 Arian Foster 2 Peyton Hillis 3 LeSean McCoy 4 Jamaal Charles 5 Adrian Peterson One from the preseason. I still think the chances that Charles, Johnson, and Foster fall out of the top 10, are more likely than Peterson.
  13. Well chances are 1 or more of the top 5 RBs will bust, but there have not been many good reasons listed why Peterson will tank.