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  1. With all due respect, a gut feeling for a let down hardly constitutes good reasoning (aside from the Osweiler reason), but each to their own.
  2. I'm pretty sure he doesn't have to worry about Jalen Strong or any other receiver cutting into his WR #1 targets. I can see where you would think a struggling Osweiler might have an affect on him, but I'll say whoever is at QB they will feed Hopkins and keep feeding Hopkins. I can almost guarantee at least 1,200+ yards and close to 100 receptions. I also think he will score double digit TDs, but if he doesn't he will be close to it. Barring injury he is a safe WR#1.
  3. Why in the world would DeAndre Hopkins bust? I wish I owned him.
  4. signed Stephan A Smith
  5. Fleener struggling with drops and communication AGAIN!! The New Orleans Times-Picayune's Larry Holder reports Coby Fleener "hasn't been reliable enough catching passes and isn't on the same page with Drew Brees." According to Holder, it's resulted in No. 2 tight end Josh Hill seeing more work with the first-team offense this week. Fleener dropped too many balls in Indianapolis, as well, and it's possible the Saints were actually sending Fleener a message when they "accidentally" listed him with the fourth-stringers on last week's unofficial depth chart. We're not panicking, yet, but it's something to keep an eye on. Not being on the same page with Brees is the biggest concern.
  6. http://www.si.com/nfl/2016/08/26/dallas-cowboys-jerry-jones-ezekiel-elliott-pot-store-visit Well, that can't be good. ...edited, just saw post about this in EE thread.....probably deserves own thread title anyway. This could be a red flag going forward or he may have just been curious.
  7. I almost listed Fleener as a bust. The dropsies could rear its ugly head again.
  8. Duke Johnson can be a lot more than a 3rd down back and the coach said as much during training camp. I also get the feeling the Browns coaches aren't all that pleased with Crowell and he's on a short leash. I think Duke Johnson a better RB than Crowell. If he starts to eat into Crowell's carries I believe he will take advantage of it.
  9. QB Breakout: Jameis Winston Sleeper: Sam Bradford Bust: Brock Osweiler RB Breakout: Duke Johnson. Sleeper: James White Bust: Isaiah Crowell WR Breakout: Tyler Lockett Sleeper: Sterling Shepard Bust: Josh Gordon TE Breakout: Eric Ebron Sleeper: Jesse James Bust: Ladarius Green
  10. Sanders also probably has more yards for a loss in NFL history, but those big runs and big games made him a HOFer.
  11. I hate it when people use a huge game against a player when looking at their overall numbers.
  12. As a Colts fan I distinctly remember his head not screwed on tight in 2014 because of all the drops, especially deep drops (5). Last year he was better (3), but he doesn't have the best hands it appears. If the drops were screen passes it wouldn't have mattered as much, but he dropped several potential TDs on deep routes. I wouldn't automatically see more success just because he plays in New Orleans.
  13. I take that back about accessing via mobile. Even though I can access the league home page I get the same 999 error.
  14. I can access via mobile, so it must have something to do with the work firewall. However, I was able to join and do some stuff at the league site prior to the crash. I tried a different browser and that didn't help, so I'll try again after I go home.
  15. I joined a pay league at yahoo and was ranking my players in case I couldn't be there for the entire draft on Sunday and suddenly yahoo crashed and I can no longer get back to the league home page. Is anyone else having issues getting to their leagues?