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  1. I have no issue with the OPs suggestion that there be a little more previous yr reflection built into the rsp; what went right what went wrong etc. It would be good for Matt and for his customers. Having said that, there is nothing stopping any customer from simply going back to previous yrs and analyzing for themselves what might have been missed. Ive bought the rsp for many yrs primarily because it is another perspective and its cheap. Im not some huge waldman fan but I think he has something to add to the conversation. He is wrong and right about as much as everyone else and by everyone else I mean Fantasypros, pff, rotoviz, fbg, jj, dlf, uth, rotounderworld (list uth ahead of kelly just to piss him off) ratcliff, tucker, tags, sig, friedman, silva , dynastyblueprint, on and on, blah, blah blah. ALL of them are very often wrong and sometimes they are spot on about a player eval, fantasy takes etc. I do believe ive learned there is little correlation between enthusiasm for a particular opinion/player and being correct (particularly kelly), they do not know and neither do we. So we take it all in and make our best decision, thats what its all about, right?
  2. FFPC (very minor deal I know but speaks to cut down crunch time and qb value in ffpc) Gave 2020 4th Round for Roethlisberger, Ben Already have Wilson and with cut down looming it is pretty meh. Normally not worried much about backup qb but price so cheap (ben was his 3rd qb). (fwiw, it likely means cutting Edwards or Doctson (um ya, not my strongest tm))
  3. Its cut down season so if u have room its not a bad deal; conversely breida might have been cut candidate for other owner and could be win there as well.
  4. No way in hell i would give Kupp and 1.7 for Hill at this time...........
  5. FFPC Gave Westbrook, Dede for Brown, John 2020 3rd Round 2020 4th Round 2019 Pick 5.10 I like Westbrook a little more, especially long term, but Brown might be as good or better this yr and not counting on either anyway so y not take the picks.
  6. FPC not involved TM1 gets: Guice, Derrius Coutee, Keke 2020 1st Round (will be early) For Samuels, Jaylen (RB), PIT Brown, Antonio (WR), OAK Then same TM1 different tm2 TM1 gets: 2019 Pick 1.03 2019 Pick 1.10 2019 Pick 1.12 2019 Pick 2.03 For Gurley, Todd (RB), LA 2020 2nd Round Fwi, TM1 was 3rd in lg last yr in VPs; some bold moves
  7. With the limited roster spots I would definitely lean Cmac, but if rebuilding I can see other side.
  8. FPC not involved Cooks, Brandin Freeman, Devonta For Smith-Schuster, JuJu
  9. I agree it is terrible, but i think/hope it was just a bad move; smh and watch going forward.
  10. FFPC, not involved but the guy giving the picks best wr is prbly Goodwin or R. Anderson, not really strong at rb w henry,coleman,hunt,drake and already had Wilson at QB. He needed a TE (after trading away Kittle who I had traded to him) and I like Howard but I think he could have helped his team a bit more than another qb. 2019 Pick 1.02 2019 Pick 1.09 2019 Pick 2.09 2020 2nd Round 2020 3rd Round 2020 4th Round For Garoppolo, Jimmy Howard, O.J. 2019 Pick 4.06 2019 Pick 5.06 2019 Pick 6.06
  11. FFPC, not involved Watkins, Sammy 2019 Pick 1.04 for Williams, Damien
  12. Let me put a little more meat on the bone 4 ya. All we know for sure is an old man has been charged with a misdemeanor solicitation for prostitution charge. Maybe the prostitutes who provided the service were sex slaves, maybe not but if it is ok to speculate that they were then it ought to be fair to speculate as to why the 4 month investigation hasn't culminated in any sex trafficking charges. Yep any1 who pays for sex could be supporting human trafficking, just like any1 who illegally buys a bag of weed supports the drug cartels and people who buy iphones and nikes "support" child slave labor. Old man did something stupid and the right and just punishment is a decent man will have to live the rest of his life with the shame. If there is any good that might come out of it it is shining light on a serious issue that will result in more money (especially from kraft) and effort going to combat what is really a horrendous practice.
  13. Ah, very good. Yes he linked it to "support" his position. You dishonestly twisted into him linking it as "proof" which he never said. Rather than considering "possibilities" maybe you could simply look up the difference between "evidence" (what he presented) and "proof" what you falsely twisted it into.