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Everything posted by LionSlappy

  1. Hopkins straight up, fact you can keep White is gravy
  2. I would need DGB+. Floyd has done it, is young and in an elite O. DGB is only potential to this point.
  3. Eclipse, does Gurley scare you considering his team's offense and the tough division he plays in?
  4. the pick will be random, hard to tell.
  5. FFPC format, start 2RB, 2WR, TE + 2 flex) RBs are Anderson, Lewis, Gore, Vereen, West, etc WRs are ODB, Hopkins, John Brown, Crabby, Wheaton, etc Draft day trade to move up to get Hopkins hurt my overall depth. There is much interest in Hopkins....
  6. Forgot to also add Ben in the tradable asset part too!
  7. I would build around Winston, maybe Yeldon (at least short term until stock goes up), Evans, Landry and maybe Eifert and trade high profile assets such as Matt Jones (now, before stock drops), Eifert/Fleener, Bortles, Kaep (especially if traded). Use the rest as throw ins and continually look to add youth/upside on wire. No need to have players like Alf, Sproles, Nate on this team. Build a deep young WR Corp first is the way to building a dynasty imo, good luck!
  8. I would NOT keep Rawls but I might see if you can acquire a similar deal but get a 2017 first thrown in somehow. McKinnon, Hauerman, 1.09, 2017 first??? Any young upside WRs he has to throw in? If Sea drafts an RB, Rawls' stock could drop. On the other hand, if no high profile RB gets drafted, Rawls stock could rise once his injury is behind him and the hype begins. I would probably gamble and ONLY take a high end deal now, if no one bites wait for the hype to begin then trade him for top dollar. There are really no RBs I think are indisposable in dynasty imo. They just do not last. I routinely trade a hyped "next best thing" RB for a young WR and picks with great success. Rawls is the utter definition of a sell in dynasty for me!
  9. PPR dynasty startup draft is set 2 weeks after the NFL draft concludes. I draft from the 1.01 position. Some owners are trying to stockpile 2017 draft picks in preparation for the stocked class next year. A few other trades in the league involving 2017 1sts (after trimming the fat/fluff from the deals) equated to a 2017 1st for a 6th OR early 7th rounder in startup, which I thought was criminally cheap to get a 2017 1st. I value future assets and am hesitant to trade my 2017 first. IF you were going to trade your 2017 first, what is the minimum return (in terms on startup picks) you'd be looking to get?