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  1. The region needs to remain destabilized so the pipeline never goes up.
  2. NY has been alternating series with Williams and Jennings through the first three quarters and Jennings takes over in the 4th. Williams isn't the worst option to plug in if you have him. He has a pretty decent chance of getting at least tacking on a 4th quarter series or two.
  3. He's not going anywhere with Clausen waiting in the wings. The OC boy wouldn't be a QB2 for any other team in the league.
  4. That came from cheapremorsestatements.com. What, you don't think he authored that intelligent, thoughtful statement all by himself??? Adrian Peterson @AdrianPeterson ยท 1d 1 day ago The GRAND JURY DECIDED NOT TO INDICT ME TOO! But that changed a week LATER! MAYBE,BUT NOT LIKELY N THIS CASE #PUTyourTrustNGODnotINtheWORLD! This is part of the reason if I were an agent, brand manager, or connected in anyway with these sports superstars I would revoke their privilege to post anything without running it through me first. What's the other part of the reason?
  5. The last time Julio Jones was held below 50 receiving yards, Twinkie was still financially solvent. So far this season Julio ranks 4th in receptions and 8th in receiving yards. He ranks 12th in standard scoring and 9th in PPR. In his last 16 games, Julio has 119/1674/7 receiving. He's produced fewer than 10 PPR fantasy points just one time during that span, which came earlier this season when he faced the #1 passing defense in the NFL and put up... 9.8 points. I think you and I have a pretty different vision of what "always get[ting] theirs" looks like. Because it sure looks to me like, low touchdown total or not, Julio Jones is always getting his. Sure, he may not have had any huge blowup games in a while, and the TDs are low (though as I keep pointing out, TDs are streaky and unpredictable). On the other hand, pretty sure Julio Jones isn't going to give you any games where he puts up 3 receptions for 23 yards on 10 targets, like Green just had against Cleveland two weeks ago. Or 4 receptions for 31 yards on 9 targets, like Demaryius had against Seattle. And while the touchdown was nice, Dez Bryant's 2/15/1 game against Arizona (on 10 targets) still produced fewer PPR points than any game Julio Jones has produced since a 3/56/0 game back in December of 2012. Yes, he drops a lot of passes. PFF ranks him 33rd out of 44 WRs in drop rate. Let's put that into context, though. The following WRs currently have a worse drop rate than Julio Jones: Reggie Wayne, Randall Cobb, Calvin Johnson, Anquan Boldin, Kelvin Benjamin, Vincent Jackson, Julian Edelman, Michael Crabtree, and teammate Roddy White. Jordy Nelson ranks 31st. Demaryius, Dez, and Andre Johnson rank 26th, 27th, and 28th. Drop rate isn't all it's cracked up to be. I've never before seen so much handwringing about a guy who is 3rd in targets, 4th in receptions, 8th in yards, 9th in fantasy points, and on a near-record streak of consistent performance. From the tone of this thread you'd think he'd been a borderline WR3 to this point of the season and not a solid fantasy WR1 The last time Julio Jones was held below 50 receiving yards, Twinkie was still financially solvent. So far this season Julio ranks 4th in receptions and 8th in receiving yards. He ranks 12th in standard scoring and 9th in PPR. In his last 16 games, Julio has 119/1674/7 receiving. He's produced fewer than 10 PPR fantasy points just one time during that span, which came earlier this season when he faced the #1 passing defense in the NFL and put up... 9.8 points. I think you and I have a pretty different vision of what "always get[ting] theirs" looks like. Because it sure looks to me like, low touchdown total or not, Julio Jones is always getting his. Sure, he may not have had any huge blowup games in a while, and the TDs are low (though as I keep pointing out, TDs are streaky and unpredictable). On the other hand, pretty sure Julio Jones isn't going to give you any games where he puts up 3 receptions for 23 yards on 10 targets, like Green just had against Cleveland two weeks ago. Or 4 receptions for 31 yards on 9 targets, like Demaryius had against Seattle. And while the touchdown was nice, Dez Bryant's 2/15/1 game against Arizona (on 10 targets) still produced fewer PPR points than any game Julio Jones has produced since a 3/56/0 game back in December of 2012. Yes, he drops a lot of passes. PFF ranks him 33rd out of 44 WRs in drop rate. Let's put that into context, though. The following WRs currently have a worse drop rate than Julio Jones: Reggie Wayne, Randall Cobb, Calvin Johnson, Anquan Boldin, Kelvin Benjamin, Vincent Jackson, Julian Edelman, Michael Crabtree, and teammate Roddy White. Jordy Nelson ranks 31st. Demaryius, Dez, and Andre Johnson rank 26th, 27th, and 28th. Drop rate isn't all it's cracked up to be. I've never before seen so much handwringing about a guy who is 3rd in targets, 4th in receptions, 8th in yards, 9th in fantasy points, and on a near-record streak of consistent performance. From the tone of this thread you'd think he'd been a borderline WR3 to this point of the season and not a solid fantasy WR1 Dude, you're just going to bloody your forehead trying to convince people that Julio's lack of TD's has a large component of randomness to it. This situation is very similar to Calvin Johnson having 16 TD's in 2011 on 96 catches and then only 5 TD's on 122 catches in 2012. Sometimes it just happens. I don't think anybody is saying there isn't some randomness to Julio's lack of TDs. I'm confident as a dynasty owner that he'll do fine over the long haul in the TD department. Imagine yourself as somebody that plays standard scoring in a redraft league. Julio has scored between 5-11 points in 8 out of 10 weeks. The reality is that whatever guy your opponent is likely throwing out there as his WR3 is likely to match that or come close enough to not make much of a difference. As an example, Julio (13th in standard) has 14 more points on the season than Mike Wallace (22nd). Julio outscored Wallace 28-8 in week 3. Outside of that single week, Wallace has outscored Julio by 6 points. Most people spent a 2nd round pick on Julio. Wallace has just slightly over performed his 7th round ADP. To put it another way, the difference between Julio and the average of the top 5 WRs is 46.5 points on the season. Guys scoring about 46 points less on the season that Julio? WR53 Taylor Gabriel, WR54 Markus Wheaton, WR55 Greg Jennings. Julio has been a pretty big disappointment on the season in standard scoring leagues. The TDs will likely correct themselves over time. But to the guy that drafted him in RD2 this year that's not really helping. I drafted him at 2.08 (with Calvin at 1.05). I wouldn't say he is killing me. He is still WR10 (ppr/.1ppy), 41 points behind WR5(Sanders), 41 points of WR23 (Wallace).
  6. I thought this was assumed given his cap hit alone.
  7. Rolling with Ingram over Mason, Matthews, and Bush.
  8. As I said.. There is no way in hell another player will voluntarily put himself on that list now that the arbitrator ruled you can be placed on their indefinitely based on what the Commissioner wants to do..Going to make it interesting what they do when the next player is accused with abuse.. Do you suspend him for 6 games now.. Do you let him play until his case is heard in court and then suspend him?? Goddell basically threw this bargaining chip out the door with his handling of it. Or he can be given the choice, we suspend you indefintely now pending the outcome of your case or go on the CEL.Just like he did with Ray McDonald. Oh wait. Yes, those cases are so similar. Except for the fact that no public evidence ever surfaced and McDonald never plead out or was even charged for that matter. But yeah, just like Goodell did with McDonald.Ray McDonald charged 8/31/14 Ray McDonald charges dropped 11/10/14 Guess they got lucky no pictures surfaced in those 2.5 months while Ray still played. No charges in Ray McDonald case 9/12/14 from the same source CBS cites. From your second link Hell, the headline even says explicitly 49ers' Ray McDonald won't be charged in domestic violence casewhich, sorry to say is a tad different than charges dropped. Translation, he was never charged.
  9. The only reason you should keep him rostered is if you support his view on child rea I believe it's the converse that holds true ITT.
  10. As I said.. There is no way in hell another player will voluntarily put himself on that list now that the arbitrator ruled you can be placed on their indefinitely based on what the Commissioner wants to do..Going to make it interesting what they do when the next player is accused with abuse.. Do you suspend him for 6 games now.. Do you let him play until his case is heard in court and then suspend him?? Goddell basically threw this bargaining chip out the door with his handling of it. Or he can be given the choice, we suspend you indefintely now pending the outcome of your case or go on the CEL.Just like he did with Ray McDonald. Oh wait. Yes, those cases are so similar. Except for the fact that no public evidence ever surfaced and McDonald never plead out or was even charged for that matter. But yeah, just like Goodell did with McDonald.
  11. My understanding is He is still on the Exempt list until his appeal is heard, thus he is still getting paid. Is the CEL mutually exclusive of being suspended?
  12. As I said.. There is no way in hell another player will voluntarily put himself on that list now that the arbitrator ruled you can be placed on their indefinitely based on what the Commissioner wants to do.. Going to make it interesting what they do when the next player is accused with abuse.. Do you suspend him for 6 games now.. Do you let him play until his case is heard in court and then suspend him?? Goddell basically threw this bargaining chip out the door with his handling of it. Or he can be given the choice, we suspend you indefintely now pending the outcome of your case or go on the CEL.
  13. Maybe because it allows the Vikings to avoid paying him a $250K workout bonus, which was due in March? They're cutting him anyway.