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Jeremy's Spoken

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  1. Nice list. However, you let draft slot affect your rankings too much... Trust your swing! Strong and DGB are going to be a better fantasy WRs than Dorsett...
  2. This dude is a special athlete... He rolled at Indiana against stacked boxes also while he was hurt.
  3. I wouldn't be so quick to discount a pro day time... Stop watches are made one way and count in the same standard way... There were a lot of NFL stopwatches at his pro day as he did not run at the combine...
  4. Chris Johnson lol. Big difference between a 4.5 guy and a 4.2 guy. He ran a 4.3 at pro day...
  5. Your 2015 rookie 1.1 in every traditional type dynasty league.... https://instagram.com/p/14VnUWOh_0/ Except for the dweebs that play in a start 1 RB, 4WR, and 4 flex league......
  6. Why do I just not like this guy?? Is it because he is a senior? Is it because he is not that fast? Is it because he went to Nebraska? I would not use a 1st round dynasty rookie pick on him.... There are many WRs and RBs that I like more than him.
  7. Man this guy completely faceplanted in the starting role! For the betterment of the chatroom and for the sake of one poster with a 3 letter name's reputation - can we get this waste of space thread deleted??
  8. no, this guy is legit go back to pimping richardson, plz, and stop jinxing us over here I am not down on Hill, but it is tough to get super excited about Hill as a stud guy when he is going to be sharing the backfield with Gio. As I stated earlier this has Stewart and Williams written all over it. I am staying away from this situation for that specific reason. Hill just won't be consistent enough for the price you have to pay for him. I think this is the key. You have a situation similar to Fred Taylor and MJD back in 2006 and 2007. Both were very serviceable for fantasy purposes but neither dominated like a top 5 back. Jeremy Hill is certainly talented and built well enough to be a bell cow and a top 5 back, but with Gio there we may not see those numbers. Doesn't mean Hill isn't as good as he is, just means his opportunity is limited. I own the pair and will be starting both of them each week because I believe in the Bengals commitment to the run. I think Gio and Hill will put up similar numbers around RB 6-12 range in ppr. In a league where 28 Rbs are started on a weekly basis, I'll gladly take that.Jeremy Hill was the coaches choice down the stretch. I'm sure that it is hard to lose value on your previous selection of Gio - but it is what it is. Im pretty sure if you could only choose one Bengal RB that I know who you and 99% of people would choose. It is Jeremy Hill...
  9. no, this guy is legit go back to pimping richardson, plz, and stop jinxing us over here I am not down on Hill, but it is tough to get super excited about Hill as a stud guy when he is going to be sharing the backfield with Gio. As I stated earlier this has Stewart and Williams written all over it. I am staying away from this situation for that specific reason. Hill just won't be consistent enough for the price you have to pay for him. Really? I think he was pretty consistent down the stretch last year!
  10. And Jeremy Hill - as a rookie rolled and showed that he is a do everything, talented RB. So much so that the coaching staff promoted him to the starting role over Gio for the stretch run when they needed Ws. He carried many teams (dynasty and re-draft) to championships rewarding them for the selection (he won me my dynasty league - I liked him so much that I drafted him at 1.7). He also helped in proving you completely DFW. Making you and all your words look silly...
  11. Yes, I stand by this. Lots of things worked right for him last year, most notably the gio injury, but other things too. he put up low end RB1 numbers, as I said. Those numbers came at just the right time for teams to capitalize on it, which is great. But that doesn't change my overall opinion of the player. If he carries this momentum into next year, I'll agree that he's worth RB1 prices. But he's already fetching RB1 trade value. I'd much rather cash in than wait and see but I understand the temptation to believe that this is sustainable. Yes, I stand by this. Lots of things worked right for him last year, most notably the gio injury, but other things too. he put up low end RB1 numbers, as I said. Those numbers came at just the right time for teams to capitalize on it, which is great. But that doesn't change my overall opinion of the player. If he carries this momentum into next year, I'll agree that he's worth RB1 prices. But he's already fetching RB1 trade value. I'd much rather cash in than wait and see but I understand the temptation to believe that this is sustainable. You are a real peach/gem...#fool 90% aren't even listening to you anymore!
  12. Gio was healthy at the end of the year and played second fiddle. Jeremy Hill won championships for people that invested in him high in rookie drafts. People like yourself did not participate in the benefits that he paid people last year. Roster-poison...??? That was DEAD effin wrong!