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  1. The range of potential outcomes walking down a flight of stairs is death also, right?
  2. Are you telling me SEA doesn't care about my fantasy team? BLASPHEMER!!
  3. I will take your numbers one step further, and list the percentage of each that we started the contest with. Typically, as weeks pass, the smallest rosters get eliminated at a quicker rate. As an example, right now, 29.38% of the remaining teams have 18 roster spots. That would calculate to 73 teams reaching the top 250. I am betting less than 73 make it. On the other end, right now, 0.92% of the remaining teams have 30 roster spots. That would calculate to 2 teams reaching the top 250. I am betting more than 2 make it.
  4. To this point, he has been totally outplayed by Shady. Sadly for FF, Damien & Shady are siphoning any value from each other. They have taken turns getting 2 touches in the past 2 weeks. Can't trust either at the moment, but if I had to choose one, it would be Shady.
  5. Pace so far is 109 targets, 93 catches, 1211 yards, 8 TD's = WR9 He's had crazy stat lines to get to this point, and would like to see more consistent targets, but his efficiency is off the charts. 13 targets in the last 3 games? Come on SEA!
  6. Through 6 weeks, the overall contest survival rate is 39.79%. Here are the numbers for roster size: 18 - 1469/4651 = 31.58% 19 - 709/1833 = 38.68% 20 - 646/1521 = 42.47% 21 - 583/1230 = 47.40% 22 - 467/1014 = 46.06% 23 - 354/715 = 49.51% 24 - 261/530 = 49.25% 25 - 167/345 = 48.41% 26 - 118/249 = 47.39% 27 - 92/193 = 47.67% 28 - 63/113 = 55.75% 29 - 41/85 = 48.24% 30 - 46/128 = 35.94% Besides the spike for the 28-man teams, only one of these stands out to me - the low % for the 30-man roster. My guess is because those owners were so concerned about making a max roster, they weren't selecting the players they really wanted.
  7. Cutline still at zero. Only 3260 entries scored points. QB - Mahomes (543 - 10.00), Flacco (182 - 10.65), Lock (2 - 0.00) RB - Thompson (787 - 0.00), McCoy (228 - 8.60), Freeman (147 - 14.70), Lindsay (102 - 3.70), Williams (39 - 1.60), Riddick (15 - 0.00), Booker (6 - 0.00) WR - Hardman (521 - 10.80), Sanders (491 - 11.00), Watkins (293 - 0.00), Hill (249 - 16.40), Sutton (175 - 14.70), Robinson (33 - 6.10), Hamilton (24 - 2.40), Patrick (2 - 0.00) TE - Kelce (810 - 13.40), Fant (121 - 2.20) K - Butker (895 - 13.20), McManus (450 - 0.00) D - DEN (349 - 1.00), KC (341 - 17.00)
  8. Here are the last 2 blurbs from Rotoworld: Alvin Kamara (ankle, knee) was sidelined for Wednesday's practice. Even though Kamara isn't expected to practice this week, he still believes he has "a shot to play." All signs point to him missing Sunday following the signing of Zach Zenner as insurance. Whatever the case, Latavius Murray needs to be prioritized off waivers as an every-down back in the event Kamara's ruled out for Week 7 against the Bears. SOURCE: Amie Just on Twitter Oct 16, 2019, 5:33 PM ET NFL Media's Tom Pelissero reports Alvin Kamara has "a high ankle-type issue" that will limit him in practice. Kamara still believes he has "a shot to play" this Sunday against the Bears, but he's best viewed as questionable for now. The star running back was clearly slowed by his ankle injury last week, which led to a season-low 11 carries. If Kamara can't get healthy in time, Latavius Murray would slide into a featured role as a volume-based RB2 for fantasy purposes. Kamara's availability in practice this week will be extremely important for his Week 7 status. RELATED: Latavius Murray SOURCE: Tom Pelissero on Twitter Oct 15, 2019, 8:38 PM ET
  9. +153 OFF: BUF DEF: BUF Used OFF: NO, NE, DAL, LAC, SF, ATL DEF: BAL, NE, DAL, LAC, SF, TEN
  10. Just checked - trade deadline is 29 Oct - seems like the perfect time for Green to be at 100% health
  11. Speaking of similar rosters, this guy qualifies with lots, I am sure... http://subscribers.footballguys.com/contest/2019/109412.php The top 10 most common players when the contest opened were Gordon (7177), Jackson (5542), Carson (5391), Johnson (5246), Singletary (5023), Lockett (3938), Breida (3903), Andrews (3896), Chubb (3707), and Valdes-Scantling (3433) Not only does he have all 10 of the above, he decide to roster #'s 11 & 12 too (Westbrook & Waller). How many players do you have in common with this guy?
  12. QB - Jared Goff (1004), Jameis Winston (1050) Averaging 27.44 and used 3 times each. At this point, I am just hoping they keep their jobs and remain healthy. Goff should have a bounce back game vs ATL, while Winston takes a week off to think about what he's done. RB - Ezekiel Elliott (259), David Johnson (111), Matt Breida (2039), Duke Johnson (2454), Devin Singletary (2152) My 2 top dogs haven't been lighting it up, but they've been pretty consistent. Both are averaging 17 per game. Used Breida in both his double digit games, and he is still upright. Despite Duke and Devin each putting up 2 double digit games, I have yet to use them. Have made it through 2 byes (Breida/Singletary), with Zeke next to sit in week 8. Hoping DJ's back loosens up, and Devin returns to the field this week. Only 1 flex score so far from this group, but that is due to good scoring from my WR/TE, so I can't complain. WR - Julio Jones (239), Chris Godwin (1185), Tyler Lockett (2131), Larry Fitzgerald (299), Josh Gordon (3230) Most of my flex appeal has come from this group, with 8 out of 12. Godwin, Jones, and Lockett all in the top 10 (WR1, WR7, WR9), and Fitz sits at WR17. Godwin is my first bye WR this week. Other than hoping Gordon doesn't miss time, or cringing on every kick or punt return by Lockett, I am quite happy with this group. TE - Evan Engram (739), Mark Andrews (2120) Made it through Engram's first "bye". This duo has been awesome thus far, giving me 3 flexes. Engram looks on track to play this week, then Andrews will get a much needed rest in week 8. Stay healthy, my friends. K - Austin Seibert (742), Matt Gay (508), Daniel Carlson (409) Three cheap kickers who have averaged 11.07 weekly. Gay has done the heavy lifting, but have used Carlson & Seibert once each. Made it through Carlson's bye, and now Gay & Seibert are off. Just hoping they all keep their jobs. D - NYG (80), NYJ (974) I liked how their schedules meshed, and have been pleasantly surprised. Averaging 12 per game, and the Jets have already had their bye. I've used them 3 times each. Good luck to all!
  13. Live teams include... - Only Drew Brees and his goose eggs at QB - Only 2 RB's, one of which is Saquon - No TE points for 6 straight weeks (rostered only Jordan Thomas) - The Case Keenum/Daniel Jones combo for $8 is averaging 26.45 - The Baker Mayfield/Jared Goff combo for $33 is averaging 25.45
  14. Cutting down to 4K. Getting an early jump on week 7's Thursday game - Chiefs at Broncos QB - Mahomes (543), Flacco (182), Lock (2 - IR) RB - Thompson (787), McCoy (228), Freeman (147), Lindsay (102), Williams (39), Riddick (15 - IR), Booker (6) WR - Hardman (521), Sanders (491), Watkins (293), Hill (249), Sutton (175), Robinson (33), Hamilton (24), Patrick (2 - IR) TE - Kelce (810), Fant (121) K - Butker (895), McManus (450) D - DEN (349), KC (341)