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  1. That was my offer before he said Wallace and the two firsts. The difference between the 2014 second I hold and the 2015 first from me isn't that much so I'm considering the trade but Wallace, Smith and Austin is very boom and bust.
  2. Personally I don't think it's that big a deal, to me the context sounds more "like I'll fight every (person) here". Given that the word has developed beyond it's initial connotations, and is used extensively in a significant part of the cultural output of our (western) society, I don't think you can act so outraged when it's used by someone you don't approve of saying it.
  3. 16 team 0.5 PPR 30 man roster Stephen Hill 2015 1st (mid-late) 2015 1st (likely early) for Mike Wallace What are people's thoughts on this potential trade? After a bit of back and forth this is what's on the table after I made the initial offer. I'd like to get Wallace as I'm a beliver in Tannehill and think there's a big opportunity for the two of them to hurt teams downfield regularly if the much talked about running game lives up to the talent that seems to be there. At the same time, those picks are valuable and could probably add more value to my squad in the long run. Hill appears to be the best option in what looks to be a very bad Jets offense, but if they're forced to throw to him it could be productive as my WR3-4. WRs - Keenan Allen, Tavon Austin, Riley Cooper, Chris Harper, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Stephen Hill, Stevie Johnson, Brian Quick, Torrey Smith 1QB 2-3 RB 3-4 WR 1-2 TE
  4. Ingram & 4.01 for Quick 2014 2nd (mid) 2015 1st (likely early)
  5. Torrey Smith will finish with 100+ receptions. Bears finish bottom of their division. Joe Webb has better production than any other Vikings WR People stop talking about the madden curse
  6. Widely crucified for that, maybe fairly, but I watched this guy last season and was convinced by his ability to step up. I'm always happy to take a risk and keep things interesting if I like a guy enough, looking forward to owning him in dynasty and I'm convinced that his talent and situation will lead to production. Yeah I think the draft picks are on the wrong side of this deal. Yeah, the 2014 1st wasn't supposed to be part of the deal but he countered with it and I wasn't bothered enough to go back after lengthy negotiations. Even with those changes I'm expecting to at least make the playoffs again, I'm not too concerned about what he'll get for those picks. We're in a deep league and pretty much everything outside the top half of the first round is usually a crapshoot. Put it this way, 2 2015 2nd round picks or the 2014 first wouldn't get you Keenan Allen (1.12) in our league, and they're all from stronger teams who should have winning seasons.
  7. Austin owner and I wouldn't do this. He will do enough in his rookie season to command a better price than that come next year IMO. Nothing short of a Chris Johnson or Anquan Boldin kind of rookie season will justify three first round picks. I like Gordon's talent but I mustn't be as high on him as you guys, slight concerns over some of the personal issues but I'm not convinced Cleaveland has enough at WR to sufficiently draw coverage away from Gordon week in week out. I think Austin is going to shine in what looks to be a very dynamic Rams offense and am buying him to make an impact this season. I'm not saying it's a terrible trade or anything, but I don't think I'd be giving up Austin for that. Just curious what kind of realistic offer you would accept for Austin. Really not sure, this is the deal I did to obtain him (posted a few pages back) so that maybe gives you an idea - Widely crucified for that, maybe fairly, but I watched this guy last season and was convinced by his ability to step up. I'm always happy to take a risk and keep things interesting if I like a guy enough, looking forward to owning him in dynasty and I'm convinced that his talent and situation will lead to production.
  8. Hey, maybe you're right. You could do worse than placing your bets on a top 10 overall draft pick with 4.2 speed. As far as Gordon goes, there are issues there, but his production was outstanding last year. Really impressive stuff, especially when you break it down in terms of yards per target. He was extremely effective. I think there are still some lingering questions about his game and his intelligence. Putting that aside, you should be able to get a future first from him from somebody in your league. So even if you don't like him, he has value at this exact moment in time. I think the Austin owner is going to miss those picks when those drafts roll around. Every year brings a new crop of players to get excited about and there will surely be some compelling names on the board a year or two from now as well. Which was about 4-5 games of production, and I don't see that changing much next season. That's down to Cleaveland and who's throwing him the ball, who else is producing on offense and how many opportunities he'll get to make some of those big plays that looked so good last year. The picks are nice, but I think Austin's situation is much better for 2013 and the Rams look like they'll just improve over the next few seasons. I don't really disagree with anything you're saying, but I don't think the Austin owner will regret that deal and I'm sure he'll be an exciting player to watch.
  9. Austin owner and I wouldn't do this. He will do enough in his rookie season to command a better price than that come next year IMO. Nothing short of a Chris Johnson or Anquan Boldin kind of rookie season will justify three first round picks. I like Gordon's talent but I mustn't be as high on him as you guys, slight concerns over some of the personal issues but I'm not convinced Cleaveland has enough at WR to sufficiently draw coverage away from Gordon week in week out. I think Austin is going to shine in what looks to be a very dynamic Rams offense and am buying him to make an impact this season. I'm not saying it's a terrible trade or anything, but I don't think I'd be giving up Austin for that.
  10. Austin owner and I wouldn't do this. He will do enough in his rookie season to command a better price than that come next year IMO.
  11. This has got to be one of the worst trades in this threadGot some splaining to do............is there another Calvin Johnson that plays in the NFL? I'd rather have Calvin and the 1st, but I have no problem with this trade at all. Some very valuable pieces coming back. ETA: This deal makes more sense considering its a 16 teamer with those starting requirements. Good point on the 16 team portion. Still think the 1st should have been left off the Calvin side to make this a little more easier to swallow. Maybe I am just lower on the rookies than most. I do see the point of filling holes in a larger league.....but agree with EBF that if I am trading Calvin (or any elite player) I would like more substance in return. The 2014 1st wasn't supposed to be on the table at that point, but I couldn't be bothered arguing it after a while of back and forth. I gave up depth at WR to obtain Calvin and it won me the league last year, but I was very lucky with injuries as my squad was very thin. I also own Stafford and felt I was too invested in the Lions this coming season, so I was prepared to take the risk of mixing it up rather than stagnate with the same thin group of WRs. I'm not expecting this to pay off immediately and I don't regret giving up Megatron.
  12. You know the vast majority of europeans aren't catholic? Blast them all you like, this is a thread about a man who murdered his partner (circumstances yet to be determined, but I think we can all agree that there's no justification for it) and it will undoubtedly turn into one of personal beliefs. My objection is to those (on this forum and elsewhere) suggesting that him taking his own life is any kind of justice, and that a god will be sure to punish him for what he's done. That, to me, is arrant nonsense.
  13. Being an American I can say this much -What the #### does your nationality have to do with this or what you posted?A good number of Americans seem to mention god on such a subject like it means something. As someone who has rationally come to the conclusion that this is is nonsense, it irritates me that there would be an expectation for him to have any say in the matter, or for him to impose justice after the deed has been done.I say "as a non american" as a good number of Americans are still held under this illusion. Once you're dead, you're dead, He has evaded justice or accountability for murdering the mother of his child, regardless of the events that lead up to it. So suggesting that there will be some kind of final retribution is false.Glad you're so in touch with our culture. What wonderful, all knowing, godless land do you come from?UK, the land is far from godless, but I don't let such nonsense could matters such as this. To suggest that there will be some further retribution on Belcher for what he has done is an insult to all those involved IMO.
  14. Being an American I can say this much -What the #### does your nationality have to do with this or what you posted?A good number of Americans seem to mention god on such a subject like it means something. As someone who has rationally come to the conclusion that this is is nonsense, it irritates me that there would be an expectation for him to have any say in the matter, or for him to impose justice after the deed has been done.I say "as a non american" as a good number of Americans are still held under this illusion. Once you're dead, you're dead, He has evaded justice or accountability for murdering the mother of his child, regardless of the events that lead up to it. So suggesting that there will be some kind of final retribution is false.
  15. Not being an American I can say this much - Tragic event, clearly something must've driven him to this situation but nothing can justify murdering the mother of your child in cold blood, let alone taking your life after. There is no god, the monotheist god has no basis at all, so I don't understand why you invoke him into this subject at all. Grow up please, individuals are accountable for their actions and death is a way of escaping justice. In this case I imagine it's that he couldn't come to terms with what he's just done and has no intention of living his life knowing that he deprived his child of it's mother.