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About Norcalhoya

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  1. As for rules: It's 12 team, 0.5 ppr. Otherwise pretty standard scoring (4 pt passing TDs, 6 pt rushing/receiving). 0.04 pts per passing yard, 0.10 pts pers rushing/receiving.
  2. Not sure it's viewable to the public. I've listed the "draftable players" below, but there are also a host of players available to bid in the annual auctions whose contracts are up, including: Available for Everyone to Bid QBs: Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Cam Newton, Dak Prescott, Philip Rivers, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan, Ryan Tannehill, Tyrod Taylor RBs: Giovani Bernard, LeGarette Blount, Rob Kelley, Eddie Lacy, Doug Martin, Ryan Mathews, Lamar Miller, Ty Montgomery, Adrian Peterson, Bilal Powell, Theo Riddick, Jonathan Stewart WRs: Antonio Brown, Dez Bryant, Larry Fitzgerald, DeAndre Hopkins, DeSean Jackson, Brandon Marshall, Terrelle Pryor, Golden Tate TEs: Tyler Eifert, Jordan Reed, Kyle Rudolph, Delanie Walker Available to Draft (only to 3 dispersal draft teams) QBs: Blake Bortles Andrew Luck Paxton Lynch Marcus Mariota Ben Roethlisberger Tony Romo RBs: Javorius Allen Devontae Booker Alex Collins Ezekiel Elliott Melvin Gordon Jeremy Hill Jeremy Langford LeSean McCoy Jerick McKinnon Demarco Murray Darren Sproles Spencer Ware WRs: Doug Baldwin Martavis Bryant Sammie Coates Brandin Cooks Pharoh Cooper Devin Funchess Allen Hurns Jarvis Landry Tyler Lockett DeVante Parker Emmanuel Sanders Tajae Sharpe Demaryius Thomas Laquon Treadwell TEs: Hunter Henry Travis Kelce
  3. League Going into its 5th Year. We've had a really good thing going here. We're doing a $20 buy-in for the first time (plus a $10 RSO league fee). 12 Team. 0.5 ppr 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 1 Flex, 1 DEF, 1 K We're thinking of doing a dispersal draft for the new teams, so that they end up with the players they like best of the orphaned teams. Anyone interested? Goes without saying, but we're looking for active and committed owners. The teams being replaced have been new owners that haven't been attentive.
  4. What's his value now in dynasty? Assuming he went 1.02 (or just thereafter) in most leagues. What 2017 pick would you give up to get him? E.g. 1.01, 1.02, 1.03? Obviously those picks haven't been determined yet, but just curious where people value him.
  5. Sidenote: I'm not so sure the Cowboys are a playoff team without Dez. NFC is no cakewalk.
  6. It's all relative right. He feels like he's Calvin Johnson's equal (if not better). What would you do if you found out a coworker you felt was inferior made 25% more than you?
  7. Maclin had 1,300 yards and 10 TD's and Matthews still had a pretty good rookie year. Just sayin' I'm betting on him having a big year regardless what Agholor does.The Ertz hype is moving strong as well. Also, you have all those RBs. Too many mouths to feed here IMO. Someone is going to disappoint. Maybe it's Mathews, maybe it's not.This. One of Ertz, Matthews, Agholor won't live up to the hype.
  8. A few A few points Sig. 1. Oline analysis/projection in general I feel like is some of the most volatile out there YoY. I feel like last year's best line rarely lives up to the hype the following year. Maybe Dallas is the exception because they reloaded so much this year, but San Francisco used to be have dominant line, then all of a sudden became average. Mike Iupati went from maybe the best run blocking guard in the league to below-average last year. Philly was the same thing last year (granted injuries played a part). Wasn't everyone talking about how awful GB's line was going to be last offseason? I just feel like these things have a way of mean-reverting quite quickly (and unpredictably). Are we so sure Buffalo is going to have a terrible Oline this year? 2. The other aspect of the Buffalo that I like for McCoy is I think they will be a good team. Look around the AFC. Is Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cincinnati, or Denver head and shoulders above Buffalo in terms of talent on their roster? They obviously are at the most important position, QB, but I have a feeling Buffalo is going to be a 10-6 team this year. that defense is going to keep them in games and give the offense a few short fields and more opportunities. Buffalo's offense is awfully talented save the QB position. If they surprise and DO get competennt QB play, I think it's huge upside that's not at all priced in right now. Things that scare me though... 3. I'm not sure I want McCoy getting 350+ touches. He's already had a ton over the past 3 years. Foster's ability to maintain elite RB status last year is a little reassuring, but McCoy is starting to look past his prime at only 26. He entered the league very young and again has had a lot of touches. 4. Role. I do think McCoy will catch more balls than he did in Philly, but if he's not the goall ine back then it will obviously be a huge dampener on his upside. I kind of feel like McCoy has some of the widest ranges in terms of outcomes. Would it shock anyone if he led the league in rushing? That said, I think it's just as likely he goes down in flames a la Chris Johnson. We shall see...
  9. This can't be a real trade. that is horrible. shady and AJG alone are worth more then that offering. He really wanted Andrew Luck, but yes I accepted it pretty quickly.
  10. Just traded for him in dynasty. He was my initial target, but the trade ended involving quite a few players. Receive LeSean McCoy AJ Green Nick Foles Torrey Smith Jason Witten Send Andrew Luck Percy Harvin Ryan Mathews Dwayne Allen Trent Richardson
  11. As a McCoy owner, you'd have to give me a lot more than that...
  12. What sort of trade value would you look to get for Gordon in redraft?
  13. And I hope Richard Sherman breaks his leg, but we can't always get what we want...
  14. and any player is one hit away from a torn acl. So is Gordon though. It's just an added risk.
  15. Thinking of starting Montee Ball over him in the flex...