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  1. I agree. I'd go with Chubb and Henry.
  2. 1. DK Metcalf/DJ Chark -- IMO I like these two over the other pairings. Metcalf looks like he will do nothing but be better in year 2. Chark looks like he is living up to his draft pedigree. He seemed to have a good chemistry with Minshew. 2. Sutton/Samuel -- Sutton is a given. Samuel having chemistry with Bridgewater is a question mark. 3. Sutton/McLaurin -- Many might say this should be #1. I'm a Skins fan, so I really struggle to find any hope in Skins players. Although, Rivera may finally be the one to right the ship.
  3. This is a tough one. I like Mixon better, but like Cook's situation even more. Do you believe there is that much value difference between the 1.3 and 1.12 pick? If so, I might be tempted to make the trade. I've always shied away from those guys with a major injury history. If you go by the dynasty rankings, this trade might look something like this... Cook, Landry, Shenault/Akers/Mims for Mixon, Hockensen, Swift/Lamb/Taylor Given that you've got Howard and Goedert at TE, I think I lean towards the Cook side.
  4. Here's my question...what's a good starting point to throwing Julio out in offers? I've got a pretty good roster. Julio is aging and I believe now is the time to unload him if I can find any takers. I'm in an 8-team IDP dynasty league ( I know, small with all rosters loaded). PPR league that is changing our starting requirements this year...adding a superflex spot to increase value of QB's. Starting requirements: 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 WR, 3 RB/WR/TE, 1 QB/RB/WR/TE, 1 K, 2 DL, 2 LB, 2 DB Roster located here: Thanks for any and all opinions.
  5. I don't want to sound condescending, but I think you may be getting enamored with the multiple picks and directions you could go. If this is the strategy you've been employing in previous drafts (this is just my guess since you have early picks), maybe it's time to try a new tactic? Throw positions out the window. Best player available. And that will change once we have landing spots, but you have to commit to best player available. Going by position, you usually end up with two decent players that you will constantly have to flip a coin on deciding who to start. Best player available, you most likely have a stud that you can set it and forget it. Does it work this way every But my experience has been it works out a lot more than it doesn't when you go best player available. Side question (because I play in an IDP dynasty league) -- Why so many LB's and DB's? Do you have to start a larger number than normal for those two positions?
  6. whoops, I missed the QB in the flex spot. I think I'd go with Wilson then.
  7. My vote, I go Chubb or Johnson.
  8. I am currently on the clock with Jacobs, Harry, Henderson, Metcalf, and Montgomery taken. Just looking for opinions on the best players left to take? 12 team ppr. Start: 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB/WR/TE, 1 K, 1 D/ST Current roster: QB's: Luck, Watson RB's: Elliott, Drake, Howard, Hunt, J. Jackson, McGuire, Thompson WR's: Boyd, Coutee, Moore, Pettis, C. Ridley, Woods TE's: I. Thomas, CJ Uzomah Miles Sanders seems like the obvious choice. I'm just skeptical of him ever being a full blown starter. I am in desperate need of a TE, but pick #6 seems early to grab one since I have pick #11 as well. Mark Andrews is available as well, so it seems I could hold off on addressing TE. Any suggestions or opinions are welcomed. Thanks guys!
  9. I agree with Gally. There are so many different directions a draft can go in, you can never be sure who will still be available when it comes to your pick. You are guaranteed to be disappointed with your draft because you passed on someone who was available because you were locked into getting a certain position. Take the best player available that you like. You won't be disappointed.
  10. Nope. I’d hold on to Winston. You have plenty of depth at RB. You’d be pushing a starting caliber RB to ride the pine while losing a starting QB.
  11. I’d say wait, which is hard, because it seems receivers of his size and skill set seem to fall off cliffs at the end of their careers. I know it is Superflex, but Jackson and Drake are still question marks in my eyes (reports out of Baltimore haven’t been great) and it looks like you would already be selling yourself short. Maybe snag a future draft pick (s)?
  12. Kelce, Evans, Mahomes (this really depends on what QBs are still out there), AB, Cook