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  1. Thanks for the replies. I have read some articles saying Williams + Fitzgerald starting, Kirk WR3. Given new coaching staff, always interested to see if they believe in a player from previous regime.
  2. WR Chad Williams -- There isn't a ton of conviction here because this position battle is so wide open. There are multiple choices that could step forward in camp. But in the end, it just feels like Williams will be able to be the one who makes that step. https://www.azcardinals.com/news/for-what-it-s-worth-in-june-offensive-edition-starters This report has him over Christian Kirk. Who is on board?
  3. I will take big weeks. Also, consider the quality vs age of Brees and Mahomes. Some like taking Brees'short term while others are worried he might retire in 2-3 years while Thomas is reaching his pinnacle
  4. With the Edelman suspension, who are you looking to buy? Sell? I think Britt could be a fair waiver pick up. Also, if lookingto sell Gronk, he should provide a platform to sell high. Anyone hoping to buy Edelman low now?
  5. Thank you. I will try to check in more regularly.
  6. Many times, gaining roster space adds unforeseen value due to waiver wire guys or creating room for training camp fliers
  7. I am late to the party, but agree with Tangfoot above. Dynasty is all about finding value. It is difficult to have young studs at every position. When forced to choose, I almost always pivot toward older QBs and TEs. This goes for rookie drafts in first 2 rounds (generalization).
  8. Thanked you for the feedback. I added the word "redraft" to the sentence. I love Brown in redraft leagues. In dynasty, I have him lower just due to age. Fell free to email or message me if you see anything else. I do appreciate you bringing this to my attention
  9. CONGRATS JEFF!!! You deserve it, you have helped so, so many of us! Thanks again for all the seasons and couple of Championships!

  10. You have him in early 20s and I have him at 12. I have had LeShoure high all season. The reports are positive on his recovery. After the top ten or so, there is a dropoff for me. My rankings would look much different in buckets instead of numbers. I still like LeShoure and his upside. Not to mention, how many listed are coming off major injuries of their own?That's the guys I'd have over him at first glance. Firstly, let me thank you for atleast putting some rankings up didn't mean to come across as aggressive.Perhaps I'm not that risk averse but Wells in the 40's, Lynch in the 30's and Leshoure at 12 just doesn't sit right with me.Maybe it would look better in Tiers.Wells is the type of player I avoid in dynasty. He offers little as a starter and has no real upside. So, his ranking reflects the thought that I would not want him as a RB4 in dynasty. Lynch's is more that he is a RB3 to me. I know he was red hot to finish the season. I get that. But, what will the Seattle offense look like next season? Lynch was all they had down the stretch. I just would not want him as an every-week starter in non-ppr. I know some love him. That is ok. These differences are the reason the ice cream store has more flavors than vanilla and chocolate. Since I value Lynch and Wells lower than most, they will never be on my teams. I can see that is how LeShoure is for some. It is all good.
  11. First of all, these are non-PPR rankings. This is why a RB like Sproles is not higher. Ingram, same as Stafford in that I do not want to overreact. Payton had several quoted mid/late in year saying it was his fault for the lack of use (Ingram). I will confess that all NO Rbs worry me some in dynasty since Sproles, Thomas, and Ingram are under contract for three more seasons. I like Ingram's talent and foresee the Saints using the power running game with the lead more and more, especially if one or two of the WRs walk in free agency.On Wells, not really a fan. I much prefer Williams' upside. Given the timing of Williams' injury, he should be back by training camp. So the Wells/Williams rankings are a reflection of liking Williams and not Wells.The same goes for LeShoure. In non-PPR, I see the Lion offense allowing Kevin Smith some huge games so a healthy LeShoure could be huge. On Stafford, he has loads of potential. Just want to see him do it again. I think my dynasty success (playing) and teams speak for themselves. These rankings are how I would draft if a draft was today.
  12. You have him in early 20s and I have him at 12. I have had LeShoure high all season. The reports are positive on his recovery. After the top ten or so, there is a dropoff for me. My rankings would look much different in buckets instead of numbers. I still like LeShoure and his upside. Not to mention, how many listed are coming off major injuries of their own?
  13. This is dynasty so I try not to overreact to great (or poor) seasons. I like Stafford a lot, just would like to see him do it another year. If he duplicates this season, he will be top three for me this time next year.
  14. That Leshoure ranking is a joke and immediately puts me off wanting to read the rest.Where would you have LeShoure?