Fantasy Football - Footballguys Forums

Maggot Brain

Members
  • Content Count

    848
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

129 Excellent

About Maggot Brain

  • Rank
    Footballguy
  • Birthday February 7

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://
  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Cape Canaveral, Florida
  • Interests
    Sports, fishin', music

Previous Fields

  • Favorite NFL Team
    Philadelphia Eagles

Recent Profile Visitors

5,280 profile views
  1. +20 + (33-7) = +46 USED Offense: Philly(32)/Cle(23)/Dallas(31)/KC(34)/NE(33) Defense: Det(27)/Hou(12)/Dal(6)/LAR(55)/NE(7) Week 6 Offense: Houston Defense:LAC
  2. +41 + (34-55) = +20 USED Offense: Philly(32)/Cle(23)/Dal(31)/KC(34) Defense: Det(27)/Hou(12)/Dal(6)/LAR(55) Week 5 Offense - NE Defense - NE
  3. +41 Used Offense - Philly(32)/Cleveland(23)/Dal(31) Defense - Detroit(27)/Hou(12)/Dal(6) Week 4 KC / LAR
  4. +16 Used Offense - Philly, Cleveland Defense - Detroit, Hou Week 3 Dal/Dal
  5. Really regretting my last minute swap outs of Lamar Jackson/Waller for Darnold/Uzomah so I could fit in Singletary and an extra WR. Still, 200 + both weeks and pressing on, but will most likely bow out on Carson's bye....if he even makes it through the year with the way QB's are dropping. 200.4 with Crowder (-17.9) and Jets DST (-5)
  6. IMHO, Gase's body language/demeanor during that initial press conference was abysmal. Even if he doesn't believe it, the coach shouldn't have that doom & gloom aura at a time like this. Think back to when Vermeil lost Trent Green and how he asserted that they WOULD win with Kurt Warner. Even Pederson, when Wentz went down. Those guys took a rosier public outlook, despite how they may have felt internally. Now, I know I chose 2 instances where everything worked out perfectly ......and it's definitely not like that most times.....but I just thought that as the leader of that team he should be conveying a more positive outward appearance at the first press conference after the condition was discovered. My 2 cents
  7. IMHO, Gase's body language/demeanor during that press conference was abysmal. Even if he doesn't believe it, the coach shouldn't have that doom & gloom aura at a time like this. Think back to when Vermeil lost Trent Green and how he asserted that they WOULD win with Kurt Warner. Even Pederson, when Wentz went down. Those guys took a rosier public outlook, despite how them may have felt internally. Now, I know I chose 2 instances where everything worked out perfectly ......and it's definitely not like that most times.....but I just thought that as the leader of that team he should be conveying a more positive outward appearance at the first press conference after the condition was discovered.
  8. Used - Offense: Philly Used - Defense: Detroit WEEK 2 Offense - Cleveland Defense - Houston
  9. I'm unsure of their line cohesion with former OL coach Munchak now in Denver. They didn't look as good as normal....but that could've easily been NE's doing
  10. QB - Carson Wentz -10 QB - Sam Darnold - 4 I'm confident in Wentz's health and a return to 2017 form, along with multiple weapons....so many in fact, that I didn't feel confident snagging any 1 to stack him with. I originally had Lamar Jackson here, but needed some dollars, so I'm betting on a huge jump in Darnold's 2nd year. Also hoping Gase remembers his Denver(Manning) years, and that Miami was an aberration. RB - Chris Carson - 11 RB - Austin Ekeler - 12 RB - Miles Sanders - 10 RB - Duke Johnson - 10 RB - Matt Breida - 4 RB - Devin Singletary - 6 Carson should improve on a sneakily impressive 2018 with increased pass targets. He is clearly better than Penny in the current blocking scheme. I especially like Ekeler's early schedule and foresee PPR value even if Gordon returns this season. He can co-exist with Jackson & produce like a RB2/RB3, IMO. Sanders and Singletary are 2 of my rookie RB choices this year to take over the bulk of the carries by end of year. I think Sanders has ROY potential. Had to have Duke this year, I guess? Hoping that chip on his shoulder he displayed in Cleveland results in RB2 production. Breida is better than Coleman, just hope Shanahan realizes it too. WR - Julio Jones - 9 WR - Tyler Lockett - 11 WR - Emmanuel Sanders - 10 WR - Jamison Crowder - 4 WR - John Brown - 6 WR - Trey Quinn - 10 Julio's a stud and I picked him all draft season whenever possible (13 dome games this year). I drafted Lockett all preseason whenever possible due to Baldwin's retirement and increased target projection. Flacco's main guy always gets targetted a lot and IMO a great value for $13. Darnold/Crowder is my lone stack, mainly due to Anderson's potentially tough matchups vs CB 1's this year. Also Gase likes 11 personnel and his slot guys (Welker/Landry). Brown runs deep routes and Josh Allen likes to throw it deep. Took a flyer on Quinn because Keenum loves throwing to his slot guy with every team he's been with. Richardson is meh(being nice here I think), & McLaurin's a rook. Reed's always injured(hadn't cleared concussion protocol as of this posting) and Vernon Davis could very well be inline blocking a majority of the time, especially if the LT doesn't end his holdout. Davis also hasn't done anything special lately when Reed's been injured. Haskins could take over at some point I'm sure, but Quinn should be a key target due to the team constantly being in catch up/garbage time mode. TE - Travis Kelce - 12: TE - Mark Andrews - 8: TE - C.J. Uzomah - 9: Kelce in an uber stud with KC these days. I like Andrew's match up in week 12 (@ LA Rams) when Kelce is on bye. That's one week that Baltimore will HAVE to throw the ball to keep pace,. He has upside each week. Prior to choosing Uzomah, I previously had Vernon Davis here, but couldn't see myself relying on 2 Washington players. Cincy has been limiting Eifert's snaps since last year and has used CJ in some interesting packages during the PS(Got that tidbit from Dodds on an 'On the Couch' episode). Doubt he'll get the RZ chances-while Eifert's healthy, that is-but with AJ Green and John Ross not being able to stay healthy I winged it here. Easily my hunchiest pick. PK - Randy Bullock -9 PK - Matt Gay -7 PK - Daniel Carlson -6 3 cheapos with decent offenses. Wanted a dome guy but couldn't swing the extra dollar without screwing up a lineup I really liked. TD - New York Jets - 4: Liked their schedule all draft season, but almost didn't go with them due to the DB injuries and losing a starting LB for the year. TD - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 7: They sucked last year pretty badly, but I'm betting on Arians/Bowles knowing how to fix their issues from last year. Currently doing Irish Car Bombs and Smithwich tap at an AFTER HURRICANE Dorian party in Cocoa Beach, so ......please forgive typos/grammar good luck all!! Cheers 🍺
  11. QB: KC / Philly RB: Barkley, CMC, , Conner, Carson WR: Hopkins, Julio, JuJu, Tyreek, Davante Adams TE: Kelce, Kittle Flex: Lockett PK: Zuerlein, Butker Def: Philly, LAR