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Vandelay

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  1. What kind of idiotic deal is this? The parity of trades in here has really nosedive lately. Each one posted is worse than the one before.
  2. Whoever turned that down is nuts. Its a free Jarwin at least.
  3. Stud in the making. I'm expecting a JuJu type rookie year with a 2nd year leap.
  4. If this is how you pick rookies, you're doing it wrong.
  5. I'll knock him. He's a very subpar athlete and not an advanced route runner to balance that out. Two very good receivers ahead of him, as well as Ross who flashed last year when healthy. Treadwell 2.0.
  6. I see it as even. I rank them Jefferson, Dionte, Hollywood, Deebo. The first 2 on a higher tier than the second 2. I like all 4 players, they're not too far apart, but thats how I rank them. So I'll take the Jefferson/ Hollywood side. Hurd is WW fodder.
  7. The only proven circumstance that has changed with regard to his ability is that he hasnt played. He looked like the same old AB to me last year in the game with the Pats. I dont think anyone expects peak AB numbers ever again, but its not hard to think he can be a WR2 for fantasy purposes and possibly more if and when he sees the field again. There is no evidence his game has fallen off at last check.
  8. If those things happen, I won't be looking to trade him. If he's playing, he's in fantasy starting lineups. Moss? There's a very good chance he doesn't amount to anything, ever. We are talking about the best wide receiver of a generation.
  9. Jones put up 4 games of 30+ points and they all came in very predictable spots. He was the perfect backup QB last year as a rookie. Room for growth. Not a guy to ditch for a terribly average QB and a terribly terrible WR.
  10. Shrug. As soon as AB steps on the field, I expect he becomes more valuable than Moss by a good margin. Getting in before the price jump and understand it could backfire.