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  1. LoL.. wow. I just realized I am still in this! Most years a spend hours going over it. This year I just put in a dummy line up in a couple minutes and somehow forgot. Better lucky than good.
  2. What is the formula for figuring how much production he needs to give to equal the value for taking up a roster spot on my dynasty team since the rookie draft? I will be excited if he plays well, but I need a lot more than a few good games to feel like a non-sucker for holding onto him this long.
  3. RG3 will never play a down as a Redskin again. His weird bonus as mentioned above only kicks in if he's on IR at end of the season. They will not risk that. That does not make it less bizarre. The Redskins are going no where, have a young QB on the roster that has proven that he is capable of playing at a high level that has been a healthy scratch most of the season. Fear of having to pay an injury settlement? What about fear of sucking? Griffin may be a head case. The Redskins may be on point and just trying to exit a bad situation as gracefully as possible. It is still weird. RG3 is getting the Tebow treatment but at least to my eye he has looked a better player.
  4. RG3 must really be a head case. It is almost beyond explanation why the team is sticking with Cousins at this point. I do not have dog in this fight, but from the outside it appears to be approaching Al Davis/Marcus Allen level of strange benching. Just to be clear, I am not suggesting that Griffin is close to Allen in talent, but this is really weird.
  5. HE REMINDS ME OF EVERY BAD BLACK QB EVER AND OH YEA ONE WHITE GUY SO NOT RACIST
  6. It wasn't close at all.stay tuned. I can't think of a troublemaking low character quarterback that ever turned it around and became a good leader. It might work at wide receiver. Not at QB. And he doesn't look all that skilled either.Brett Favre?
  7. so never. Pretty much. But Romo is only 31 and I would think in a much better offensive situation than Rivers right now. If anything Romo might be more likely to be better from this point on in his career. If he can keep his job. Romo was clearly better than Rivers in 2007 and 2011, Rivers was clearly better in 2008 and 2009 and had a monster season in 2010 when Romo was hurt. Rivers is more than 1.5 years younger than Romo. Why would Romo be better from this point forward? Austin, Bryant, Witten, Murray, Jones. Not clearly better than Meachem, Floyd, Brown, Gates, Mathews IMO. Heh...
  8. Well put. That is pretty much my take at this point. Looks good on the field, not sure he is not full of it.
  9. Yes. He also had good things to say about Oregon after the game and shook hands with the Oregon coach. Also went to each FSU player in the locker room trying to build them back up as a bunch of players were pretty devastated.Literally everything Cstu posts is wrong. It's astonishing. Yeah his team leadership has always been a strong point.In your opinion how do you view his 'immaturity'? Youthful stupidity and college antics or an actual red flag? It's not team leadership when he goes to shake hands with Oregon players but allows the rest of his team to head to the locker room. Huh? What exactly is he suppose to do?
  10. Sounds like a real moron. Sure.. If Winston was available for a sixth round pick, he'd pass. Right. What a blow hard. When I read a statement like that I just ignore anything else said because clearly the person is full of it.
  11. Do you want 2006-era Brandon Marshall as your QB? No. But Marshall in 2006 was not close to the on field prospect that Winston is in 2015. There may be similar risks, but the reward potential for Winston is through the roof. Do you not think that the impact an immature QB may have on a team is a weeeeeee bit more than an immature WR? Johnny Football vs Josh Gordon ? You really think the impact of a supplemental draft stud flaming out is the same as a locker room-dividing first round QB?I don't know. I just thought it was interesting that the Browns had both sides of your example with recent picks.
  12. Do you want 2006-era Brandon Marshall as your QB? No. But Marshall in 2006 was not close to the on field prospect that Winston is in 2015. There may be similar risks, but the reward potential for Winston is through the roof. Do you not think that the impact an immature QB may have on a team is a weeeeeee bit more than an immature WR?Johnny Football vs Josh Gordon ?
  13. Do you want 2006-era Brandon Marshall as your QB? No. But Marshall in 2006 was not close to the on field prospect that Winston is in 2015. There may be similar risks, but the reward potential for Winston is through the roof.