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  1. 12-team league Background/ League info: 12-team, keeper rules are the following: Can keep up to 3 players drafted after round 5 (so 6th round = 1st keeper round) Year 1 = 1 round prior to draft round (drafted in round 6 = 5th round pick), if added as FA = last round keeper Year 2 = 1/2 of previous year keeper round (kept in year 1 for a 6th round pick = 3rd round pick in year 2) Year 3 = 1st round pick. Start: QRRWWTFKD Scoring: .5PPR, 4pts passing TD, 6pt all other TD's Keepers: Bold = already keeping (keeper rounds & year in parentheses - listed by keeper round): Alvin Kamara (6th round - 2nd year) Nick Chubb (9th round 1st year) Deshaun Watson (9th - 2nd year)** Phillip Lindsay (11th round - 1st year)** Lamar Jackson (17th round - 1st year)** **I'm still debating between Lindsay or Watson as my final keeper Question: I can choose my draft position and pulled the "6th choice". So far picks 1-3 & 7 have been taken. There's 1 more guy in front of me left to choose his spot, but ultimately, I'll have my choice of picks: 4-6 & 8-12. What spot would you choose? (my thoughts below) take top available spot (5, 6) and if somehow Elliot falls, grab him. otherwise, draft D. Johnson & then I have 3 STUD RB's take a middle pick (8, 9) & grab a top WR to pair with my 2 RB's kept take a mid-late pick (10-12) and grab Kelce in the 1st then pair up with a top WR in rd 2 some notable players I anticipate being kept by other teams are as follows (listed with rounds in parentheses😞 Zach Ertz (4) Sony Michel (5) Patrick Mahomes (6) Aaron Jones (7) Marlon Mack (8) JuJu Smith-Schuster (9) Cooper Kupp (9) D.J. Moore (9) O.J. Howard (9) Calvin Ridley (10) George Kittle (10) James Conner (12) Tyler Boyd (17) Damien Williams (17) Leave a link to your post and I will reply to ALL posts. Thanks in advance
  2. Welcome to the 2019 Underworld Fantasy Football Champions Leagues. Both leagues are Fantasy/Monsters themed leagues and both leagues will utilize the Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football websites. All team names are already chosen and branded to correlate with the league’s Fantasy/Monsters theme. The team names are first come first serve for those who have paid their fees. Available team names are: Demons Dragons Giants Hunters Lycans Slayers Warriors Zombies We have also created custom team logos for all the team names. These logos will be provided if your team would like to use them but are not required to. LEAGUE FEE League fees must be paid before joining. All league fees are paid through Leaguesafe. College League $50 Fee w/LeagueSafe https://leaguesafe.com/join/3907867 NFL League $150 Fee w/LeagueSafe https://leaguesafe.com/join/3907857 OR you have the option of playing in both leagues. (Managers who are playing in both leagues will earn the benefit of keeping one rookie keeper from their College team this year to their next year NFL team based on the College team they manage this year.) VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: We are a KEEPER League so If you have already paid and decided to leave the league before your season starts but you have already made changes to your current roster, half of your league fee WILL NOT be refunded. This is to discourage leaving a disadvantaged team roster for the next GM who has to replace you and play the team you left behind. Please do not join this league if you do not intend on staying the whole season. This will be your only warning! (If you have already paid and have not made any changes to your team roster but decided to leave BEFORE your season starts, you will be fully refunded and we will find a replacement GM for your abandoned team.) PRIZE STRUCTURE NFL Fantasy League • The first place NFL League CHAMPION will receive a 2019 Custom Underworld Fantasy Football Championship Belt. ($200.00 value) o 1st place wins = $600.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 2nd place wins = $150.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 3rd place wins = $100.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 7th place wins = $75.00 (Loser’s Bracket) • Most NFL Season Points Bonus wins = $100.00 (Ties between teams for the most points will be broken by the league rankings at the end of the season.) • Best NFL Season Record Bonus wins = $100.00 (Ties between teams for the best regular season record will be broken by the league rankings at the end of the season.) • $10 Winner of the Week = The fantasy GM with the most points total for each of these weeks will earn $10 for that week. These $10 winners run from Week 1 through to Week 7 of the NFL regular season. (This is to encourage competitiveness throughout the regular season. Any ties between teams for the most points for a certain week, the winnings will be split between those teams.) • $15 Winner of the Week = The fantasy GM with the most points total for each of these weeks will earn $15 for that week. These $15 winners run from Week 8 through to Week 11 of the NFL regular season. (This is to encourage competitiveness throughout the regular season. Any ties between teams for the most points for a certain week, the winnings will be split between those teams.) • $20 Winner of the Week = The fantasy GM with the most points total for each of these weeks will earn $20 for that week. These $20 winners run only from Week 12 to Week 13 of the NFL regular season. (This is to encourage preparations for the fantasy playoffs. Any ties between teams for the most points for a certain week, the winnings will be split between those teams.) $300.00 of the league fee money ($25 for each GM’s t-shirt) will be used to purchase every fantasy GM in both leagues a custom 2019 UFFC League T-shirt. College Fantasy League • The first place College League CHAMPION will receive a 2019 UFFC College Championship Ring. ($150.00 value) o 1st place wins = $200.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 2nd place wins = $50.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 3rd place wins = $25.00 (Winner’s Bracket) o 7th place wins = $25.00 (Loser’s Bracket) • Most College Season Points Bonus wins = $50.00 (Ties between teams for the most points will be broken by the league rankings at the end of the season.) • Best College Season Record Bonus wins = $50.00 (Ties between teams for the best regular season record will be broken by the league rankings at the end of the season.) • $5 Winner of the Week = The fantasy GM with the most points total for each of these weeks will earn $5 for that week. These $5 winners run from Week 1 through to Week 11 of the college regular season. (This is to encourage competitiveness throughout the college regular season. Any ties between teams for the most points for a certain week, the winnings will be split between those teams.) In the UFFC Leagues, we believe in rewarding winners. This prize structure allows you the opportunity to potentially win up to $1700.00 in cash and bonuses from both leagues by the end of these seasons. That’s up to 70% of the total pot. ROSTER POSITIONS NFL League QB, W/T, W/T, W/R, W/R, W/R/T, K, DEF, D, D, D, LB, S, CB, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, IR College League QB, W/T, W/T, W/R, W/R, W/R/T, K, DEF, BN, BN, BN, BN, IR SCORING SETTINGS Offensive Players Completions .05 Passing Yards 25 yards per point Passing Touchdowns 3 Interceptions -1 Rushing Yards 10 yards per point Rushing Touchdowns 6 Receptions .25 Receiving Yards 10 yards per point Receiving Touchdowns 6 Return Yards 25 yards per point Return Touchdowns 6 2-Point Conversions 2 Fumbles Lost -1 Offensive Fumble Return TD 6 Defensive Players Tackle Solo 1 Tackle Assist .50 Sack 4 Interception 3 Fumble Force 2 Fumble Recovery 1 Defensive Touchdown 6 Safety 2 Pass Defended 3 Block Kick 3 Tackles for Loss 1 Turnover Return Yards 25 yards per point Extra Point Returned 2 Avialable Teams: Team 1 (Drafting 1st this year) Drew Brees NO - QB T.Y. Hilton Ind - WR David Njoku Cle - TE Antonio Brown Oak - WR Julian Edelman NE - WR Tyler Lockett Sea - WR Jordan Howard Phi - RB James Conner Pit - RB Eli Manning NYG - QB Stephen Gostkowski NE - K Matt Bryant Atl - K Chicago Chi - DEF Kyler Fackrell GB - LB Marcus Peters LAR - CB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Chi - S T.J. Watt Pit - LB Leonard Floyd Chi - LB Kyle Fuller Chi - CB Myles Garrett Cle - DE Team 3 (Drafting 3rd this year) Ben Roethlisberger Pit - QB Eric Ebron Ind - TE Golden Tate NYG - WR Christian McCaffrey Car - RB Calvin Ridley Atl - WR Marlon Mack Ind - RB Lamar Miller Hou - RB Devin Funchess Ind - WR Spencer Ware Ind - RB Austin Ekeler LAC - RB T.J. Yeldon Buf - RB Greg Zuerlein LAR - K Los Angeles LAR - DEF DeMarcus Lawrence Dal - DE Jason Pierre-Paul TB - LB,DE Antoine Bethea NYG - S Wesley Woodyard Ten - LB Chandler Jones Ari - LB Desmond King II LAC - CB Team 4 (Drafting 4th this year) Mitchell Trubisky Chi - QB D.J. Moore Car - WR Tyrell Williams Oak - WR Matt Breida SF - RB Tarik Cohen Chi - RB Melvin Gordon III LAC - RB Rob Gronkowski NE - TE Aaron Rodgers GB - QB Adam Humphries Ten - WR Josh Doctson Was - WR Keke Coutee Hou - WR Sterling Shepard NYG - WR Michael Badgley LAC - K Tennessee Ten - DEF C.J. Mosley NYJ - LB Jaylon Smith Dal - LB Janoris Jenkins NYG - CB Roquan Smith Chi - LB Jayon Brown Ten - LB Kendall Fuller KC - CB Team 5 (Drafting 5th this year) Andy Dalton Cin - QB Davante Adams GB - WR Josh Gordon NE - WR Kerryon Johnson Det - RB Marvin Jones Jr. Det - WR Dalvin Cook Min - RB Latavius Murray NO - RB Jared Goff LAR - QB George Kittle SF - TE Tyler Boyd Cin - WR Nelson Agholor Phi - WR Jake Elliott Phi - K Indianapolis Ind - DEF Tony Jefferson Bal - S Melvin Ingram III LAC - DE Chris Harris Jr. Den - CB Darius Leonard Ind - LB Kyle Van Noy NE - LB Aaron Donald LAR - DT Cameron Jordan NO - DE Team 6 (Drafting 6th this year) Lamar Jackson Bal - QB Trey Burton Chi - TE Chris Godwin TB - WR David Johnson Ari - RB Stefon Diggs Min - WR Christian Kirk Ari - WR Patrick Mahomes KC - QB Kenyan Drake Mia - RB Dion Lewis Ten - RB Anthony Miller Chi - WR Chris Boswell Pit - K Minnesota Min - DEF Jaire Alexander GB - CB Telvin Smith Sr. Jax - LB Sean Davis Pit - S Danny Trevathan Chi - LB Gerald Hodges Ari - LB Bryce Callahan Den - CB Benardrick McKinney Hou - LB Jalen Mills Phi - CB Team 9 (Drafting 9th this year) Russell Wilson Sea - QB Amari Cooper Dal - WR Robert Woods LAR - WR Phillip Lindsay Den - RB Tevin Coleman SF - RB Jaylen Samuels Pit - RB Leonard Fournette Jax - RB Julio Jones Atl - WR Andrew Luck Ind - QB James White NE - RB Justin Tucker Bal - K New Orleans NO - DEF Damarious Randall Cle - CB Zach Cunningham Hou - LB Kevin Byard Ten - S Myles Jack Jax - LB Ryan Kerrigan Was - LB P.J. Williams NO - CB Team 12 (Drafting 12th this year) Kirk Cousins Min - QB Zach Ertz Phi - TE Courtland Sutton Den - WR Mike Evans TB - WR Josh Adams Phi - RB Justin Jackson LAC - RB Josh Reynolds LAR - WR Odell Beckham Jr. Cle - WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB - WR Kenneth Dixon Bal - RB Kelvin Benjamin KC - WR Cody Parkey Chi - K Pittsburgh Pit - DEF Leighton Vander Esch Dal - LB Joey Bosa LAC - DE Justin Simmons Den - S Bobby Wagner Sea - LB Zach Brown Phi - LB Marshon Lattimore NO - CB Blake Martinez GB - LB NFL Fantasy League draft positions with a Non-Snaking Draft Order. (The draft order will stay the same each round) College Fantasy League draft positions with a Snaking Draft Rotation. (The manager who drafts last in one round goes first in the next round) OFFENSIVE KEEPER RULES (NFL League only) IMPORTANT: With the following keeper options, you may only choose one option to determine your offensive keeper/keepers. Example, if you choose Option A, you will not be able to choose Option B and/or C. Only one option may be chosen for your offensive keeper selections. The following options are: • Option A = Franchise Tag One Offensive Player You may keep only one offensive player from your roster that is “ON” the current Yahoo's Can't Cut List and replace your 1st round draft pick in the process for the upcoming draft. This chosen player will be the only player you can keep offensively on your roster. You will still draft your 2nd round and beyond accordingly. • Option B = Sign Up To Three Offensive Players You may keep up to three offensive players from your roster that is “NOT” on the current Yahoo's Can't Cut List. Each player MUST play a different position from one another in order for you to keep them. Example: Keeping a QB, WR, and RB is allowed. Keeping two or three RB's is now allowed. You will replace your 3rd, 4th, and/or 5th round draft picks in the upcoming draft with however many players you decide to keep. You will still draft your 1st and 2nd round draft picks and so forth accordingly. • Option C = Rebuild You may also choose not to keep any offensive players at all and draft your 1st thru 5th rounds as normal. DEFENSIVE KEEPER RULE (NFL League only) • Sign One Defensive Player You may keep only one defensive player (any defensive position) from your roster and replace your 7th round draft pick in the process for the upcoming draft. This chosen player will be the only defensive player you can keep on your current roster. You will still draft your 8th round and beyond accordingly. (You may also choose not to keep a defensive player at all and just draft your 7th round and beyond accordingly) If you are interested in joining our league or would like more information, please email me at: davidleexxvii@yahoo.com
  3. Measurables are nearly identical. Lockett's production was far better. Dorsett is almost universally considered the better prospect, even being projected as a late first rounder by some, while Lockett is looked at as a 3rd-4th rounder. I like Lockett quite a bit more personally. What am I missing here?
  4. This is likely a long shot, but if he makes the team it's better to be ahead of the game than behind. Married into being a Colorado Buffaloes fan, I've watched him a few times and been a fan. He joins Denver as an UDFA and has a bit of buzz around him. here are his stats: 5'8, 190 4.39 40 (behind only Hines by 0.01) His vertical also was identical to Hines Played all 51 games (durable) during his 4 years. 4859 yards from scrimmage, 2nd all time rushing yards at CU. and 36 scores, with a 9.1 yards per catch avg for his career. 11.1 yards per catch in 2017, 9th among RBs with at least 20 receptions. Yes I know, Denver traded up to spend a 3rd rounder on Freeman. Why would we think Lindsay would threaten him? He's being compared to Chris Thompson. When you look at the other backs in Denver, no one else brings the unique skill set he does. Freeman is more of a powerful runner. Booker kind of does it all, but gets what he's given. I could see a 1-2 down role for Freeman and Lindsay taking the passing downs. What I like about Lindsay is hes a dynamic playmaker with good hands, speed, and acceleration. furthermore, he breaks tackles. he has a legitimate shot at making the team, and if he does hes someone I think is worth discussing as possibly carving out a receiving role in this offense. maybe all he becomes is a special teamer, or nothing, but if you have room to stash him you could do worse!
  5. 4th Year $50 12-team ESPN keeper league looking for 2 new owners. Mostly standard scoring with slight milestone bonus for 300 passing & 100 rush/rec. 2 keepers per year. First keeper has no restrictions - pick your best player. Second "sleeper" keeper must be selected from players drafted in the 7th round or later during the previous year's draft. Draft currently scheduled for Sunday, Sept 1st at 9pm Eastern. Payout - 1st: $350, 2nd: $175, 3rd: $75. LeagueSafe majority approval. Reply if interested. Teams available. Any player may be kept as first keeper. Players marked with "S-" are eligible for 2nd sleeper keepers. Team #1 (2nd draft pick) Team #2 (6th draft pick) S-Dak Prescott S-Andrew Luck S-Nyheim Hines Joe Mixon S-Theo Riddick S-Phillip Lindsay Keenan Allen DeAndre Hopkins Josh Gordon Davante Adams Michael Thomas S-David Moore Zach Ertz Rob Gronkowski Larry Fitzgerald S-Gus Edwards S-Kirk Cousins Dion Lewis S-Vance McDonald S-James White S-Mitchell Trubisky S-DeSean Jackson S-Kapri Bibbs S-Austin Hooper S-Kelvin Benjamin S-Brandon Marshall S-Keke Coutee S-DeVante Parker
  6. 10 team dynasty PPR 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 Flex (RB, WR, TE) 6 points all TD Team A: Gave Wentz Team B: Gave Tyler Boyd, Phillip Lindsay
  7. 12-team league Background/ League info: 12-team, keeper rules are the following: Can keep up to 3 players drafted after round 5 (so 6th round = 1st keeper round) Year 1 = 1 round prior to draft round (drafted in round 6 = 5th round pick), if added as FA = last round keeper Year 2 = 1/2 of previous year keeper round (kept in year 1 for a 6th round pick = 3rd round pick in year 2) Year 3 = 1st round pick. Start: QRRWWTFKD Scoring: .5PPR, 4pts passing TD, 6pt all other TD's Keepers: Bold = already keeping (keeper rounds & year in parentheses - listed by keeper round): Alvin Kamara (6th round - 2nd year) Nick Chubb (9th round 1st year) Deshaun Watson (9th - 2nd year) Phillip Lindsay (11th round - 1st year) Robbie Anderson (11th - 2nd year) Lamar Jackson (13th - 1st year) Dante Pettis (15th round - 1st year) I have 2 questions regarding my above keepers: Question 1: Who would you keep as your 3rd/ final keeper? Won't say where I'm leaning so there's no bias Question 2: Would you try to trade any of the above keepers for any of the following Mahomes - 6th round (1st year) Juju - 9th round (2nd year) George Kittle - 10th round (1st year) Damien Williams 17th round (1st year) sorry for the length, but will help answer anyone who leaves a link here.  Thanks
  8. QB - Carson Wentz - PHI/10 - $19 QB - Baker Mayfield - CLE/7 - $19 RB - Nick Chubb - CLE/7 - $25 RB - Austin Ekeler - LAC/12 - $16 RB - Royce Freeman - DEN/10 - $14 RB - Chris Thompson - WAS/10 - $10 RB - Matt Breida - SF/4 - $9 RB - Alexander Mattison - MIN/12 - $6 RB - Rex Burkhead - NE/10 - $6 WR - Cooper Kupp - LAR/9 - $20 WR - Allen Robinson - CHI/6 - $17 WR - Dante Pettis - SF/4 - $16 WR - Corey Davis - TEN/11 - $15 WR - NKeal Harry - NE/10 - $12 WR - Phillip Dorsett - NE/10 - $4 TE - Dallas Goedert - PHI/10 - $12 TE - T.J. Hockenson - DET/5 - $10 PK - Adam Vinatieri - IND/6 - $5 PK - Giorgio Tavecchio - ATL/9 - $5 TD - Indianapolis Colts - IND/6 - $5 TD - Dallas Cowboys - DAL/8 - $5 Played around with it a bit, and I like it......I keep changing RB/WR though
  9. Oh come on. Harrison: WR1, WR3, WR1, WR1, WR5, WR5, WR9, WR1 Hilton: WR23, WR21, WR10, WR22, WR5, WR24, WR15 He’s a highly reliable WR2 and durable - has only missed 4 games in 7 years. IDK why I thought he’d been hurt more, seems like he was often on the injury list with some GTD. Hes ranked ECR WR11 (24th) and an ADP of 27, which is somewhat optimistic given he’s only had 140+ targets once, has never exceeded 91 receptions or 7 TDS. VG player & def as safe an option as you’ll find late 2nd/early 3rd. Rare player with few negatives or possible concerns. I don’t think he’s vastly underrated or underdrafted; in fact he seems to be going precisely where he should be drafted. I think people look at the roster and see a rookie WR plus a veteran WR who has murder holes where his hands should be, & think “OMG there’s no one else to throw to! He’s gonna dominate.” But that’s normal for the Colts; since Reggie Wayne retired, the WR2 has always had weak production in Indy (Dorsett, Moncrief, Rogers.)
  10. I’ll answer yours. PPR dynasty. 6 points all TDs. Rookie draft in one week (I pick #3) 10 teams. 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 1 Flex (RB, WR, TE), K, DST My team: Luck, Wentz, Mayfield, Jimmy G, Lamar Jackson L. Bell, L. Miller, Hyde, Cohen, Guice, ballage Golladay, A. Robinson, Kupp, DJ Moore, Pettis, M. Valdes-Scantling Kelce, Ertz Offer by another team is... I give: Wentz I get: Tyler Boyd and Phillip Lindsay Do I accept the offer?
  11. I was offered Phillip Lindsay straight up last night. I declined and said I’m holding out for a 2020 1st, which I was then offered in a 3 way but it was from the most stacked team in the league so I, again, declined. Would’ve taken a 1st from any other team in the league though. Would rather take the ride and try to cash in later than take such a low pick Preseason game 1 showed some of the bad with the good, overall though, I liked what he showed and his usage was nice. They definitely showed that there is a world where they see the offense running through Singletary. The pass catching was also a welcome surprise. Him being pulled at the goal was definitely a conditioning thing. Maybe he’ll get more of a shot next week against the 1s with Allen and show us a little more
  12. Day 2 QB - Mitchell Trubisky - CHI/6 - $12 QB - Kirk Cousins - MIN/12 - $12 QB - Ryan Fitzpatrick - MIA/5 - $6 RB - Todd Gurley - LAR/9 - $28 RB - Chris Carson - SEA/11 - $18 RB - Latavius Murray - NO/9 - $16 RB - Justice Hill - BAL/8 - $9 WR - Mike Evans - TB/7 - $27 WR - Julian Edelman - NE/10 - $23 WR - Mike Williams - LAC/12 - $16 WR - Curtis Samuel - CAR/7 - $12 WR - Antonio Callaway - CLE/7 - $6 WR - David Moore - SEA/11 - $6 WR - Phillip Dorsett - NE/10 - $4 TE - Travis Kelce - KC/12 - $29 TE - Matt LaCosse - NE/10 - $6 PK - Jason Myers - SEA/11 - $5 PK - Eddy Pineiro - CHI/6 - $4 TD - Houston Texans - HOU/10 - $6 TD - Tennessee Titans - TEN/11 - $5 I actually really like how this one turned out.
  13. 20 teams! Look at my rooster! Sam Darnold QB - NYJ Phillip Lindsey RB - DEN Peyton Barber RB -TB Dante Petts WR - SF Dede Westbroook WR - JAX Kenny Stills WR - MIA Jake Butts TE - DEN
  14. Since I enjoyed Swan Song, I picked up McCammon's Boy's Life after it was suggested somewhere on these boards. Pretty good so far. Another "coming of age" type of story.Next up: Jack Ketchum's Girl Next Door, Phillip Dick's Counterfeit Unrealities, or Harlan Ellison's Angry Candy, depending on my mood.
  15. Lets be fair... <insert Broncos offensive player here> and Cecil has told us to draft them. Some were horrible (HIllman, Ball, Latimer etc) and some were amazing (Emmanuel Sanders, Julius Thomas, Phillip Lindsay etc).
  16. 12 team non-ppr league. I pick 12th. We can start 1-3 RB's and 2-4 WR's. I can keep 0-2 of the following players. I'm thinking Henry is a no brainer. Not sure which of the others, if either. Derrick Henry with 8th round pick Phillip Lindsay with 8th round pick (7th round if I also keep Henry. Only 1 pick difference since I pick at the end of 7 and beginning of 😎 JuJu Smith-Schuster with 4th round pick
  17. First one. I’m sure the final will look much different. QB - Jameis Winston - TB/7 - $13 QB - Kirk Cousins - MIN/12 - $12 RB - Todd Gurley - LAR/9 - $28 RB - Dalvin Cook - MIN/12 - $24 RB - Chris Carson - SEA/11 - $18 RB - Latavius Murray - NO/9 - $16 WR - Robert Woods - LAR/9 - $22 WR - Mike Williams - LAC/12 - $16 WR - Curtis Samuel - CAR/7 - $12 WR - Geronimo Allison - GB/11 - $10 WR - Antonio Callaway - CLE/7 - $6 WR - David Moore - SEA/11 - $6 WR - Phillip Dorsett - NE/10 - $4 TE - Hunter Henry - LAC/12 - $17 TE - Vance McDonald - PIT/7 - $16 TE - Ricky Seals-Jones - ARI/12 - $5 PK - Jason Myers - SEA/11 - $5 PK - Josh Lambo - JAX/10 - $4 PK - Dustin Hopkins - WAS/10 - $4 TD - Baltimore Ravens - BAL/8 - $7 TD - Atlanta Falcons - ATL/9 - $5 Did fairly well last year. TE is always the hardest for me but I like going with two who I think will finish top ten. Then I threw in RSJ because why not at $5? Mobile rookie QB has a safety blanket. I usually go quality with RB’s and more quantity with WR’s. There are quite a few QB’s I like so I’ll def be swapping them a lot. Prob some combination of Winston, Goff, Trubisky and Cousins.
  18. First try: QB - Dak Prescott - DAL/8 - $12 QB - Kirk Cousins - MIN/12 - $12 RB - Todd Gurley - LAR/9 - $28 RB - Dalvin Cook - MIN/12 - $24 RB - Devonta Freeman - ATL/9 - $23 RB - Miles Sanders - PHI/10 - $15 RB - Carlos Hyde - KC/12 - $9 WR - Allen Robinson - CHI/6 - $17 WR - Corey Davis - TEN/11 - $15 WR - James Washington - PIT/7 - $13 WR - Donte Moncrief - PIT/7 - $10 WR - DaeSean Hamilton - DEN/10 - $7 WR - Phillip Dorsett - NE/10 - $4 TE - Evan Engram - NYG/11 - $18 TE - Mike Gesicki - MIA/5 - $8 TE - Matt LaCosse - NE/10 - $6 PK - Dan Bailey - MIN/12 - $4 PK - Greg Joseph - CLE/7 - $3 PK - Matt Gay - TB/7 - $3 TD - Jacksonville Jaguars - JAX/10 - $7 TD - Houston Texans - HOU/10 - $6 TD - Pittsburgh Steelers - PIT/7 - $6
  19. A different offensive philosophy with new OC? (From Phillip Heilmann in The Athletic) Going through his first Jaguars training camp, receiver Chris Conley has already gotten used to hearing a certain message from position coach Keenan McCardell. It’s repeated almost daily and sounds something like this: Be ready for the deep ball. At all times. “Everything starts off of the ‘go’ ball,” Conley said. “Every route is supposed to look like a ‘go.’ … He really wants that to be our trademark — the fact that we can make plays downfield. We don’t have clear-out routes. We don’t want guys running just to run. We want them to be threats, and we want to use those threats often.” Such was the case during Tuesday’s joint practice with the Ravens when Conley lined up on the left side of the formation. Quarterback Nick Foles faked a handoff to running back Leonard Fournette and unleashed a deep ball down the sideline. Conley got a step on Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith and hauled in a touchdown of about 65 yards, the most exciting play for the Jaguars offense in either day of work against Baltimore’s defense. Surely, McCardell was pleased with what he saw. “We have DJ Chark, Dede Westbrook, Keelan Cole, Marqise Lee — a lot of guys that can run and take the top off (a defense), guys that can make plays downfield,” Conley said. “That’s what we’re going to live by. We’re going to live by the fact that we’re going to be attacking all the time.” The Jaguars did little downfield attacking last season, the product of an offensive line that couldn’t protect long enough for those routes to develop and a quarterback in Blake Bortles who struggled to throw them.
  20. Hello everyone, Im in a 12 team keeper league, half-ppr with QB, 2RB, 3WR, TE, FLEX, K, DEF. I wish I could all of these players but I can choose two. The decision is between Phillip Lindsay kept in rd 6, Edelman in rd 4 and kupp in rd 8.
  21. Hello everyone, Im in a 12 team keeper league, half-ppr with QB, 2RB, 3WR, TE, FLEX, K, DEF. I wish I could all of these players but I can only choose two. The decision is between Phillip Lindsay kept in rd 6, Edelman in rd 4 and kupp in rd 8.
  22. Hey guys and gals. It's that time of year for the board to be lit up with keeper questions. I'm in a ten team league. You can keep anybody who was drafted in the tenth round or later and anybody who was picked up during the season but only if they were undrafted. 1 point ppr. All TDs worth six points. No penalty for turnovers. Good QBs are hard to come by in this league because they tend to get drafted late and stashed. I was out of it last year so I picked up some keeper eligible guys at the end of the year to stash coming into the year. I want to keep at most nine players and have 13 eligible. I will not be keeping Cleveland as I tend to stream my defenses. So I need to cut at least three other players. 19 player roster and we start QB, 2RB, 2WR, TE, Flex RB/WR, kicker, defense Sam Darnold, Lamar Jackson, Mitchell Trubisky, Jameis Winston, Tarik Cohen, Kenyan Drake, Austin Ekeler, Derrius Guice, Phillip Lindsay, Kenny Golladay, Jarvis Landry, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and Cleveland. Thanks all!
  23. Like I've stated, I like Gordon but his lifetime 4 YPC leaves much more to be desired. Plus, it needs to be acknowledged that Philip Rivers is 37 years old. I understand that we're growing accustomed to all QBs aging like fine wine, but that's not supposed to happen! Anyway, I look at all dynasty trades in a 3-5 year window: Melvin Gordon, Age 26 Derius Guice, Age 22 Philip Rivers, Age 37 Kenny Golladay, Age 25 We take a time machine 3 years into the future. Melvin Gordon is 29. Derius Guice is 25. Philip Rivers is 40. Kenny Golladay is 28. We take a time machine 5 years into the future. Melvin Gordon is 31. Derius Guice is 28. Phillip Rivers is 42. Kenny Golladay is 30. ACL tears aside (because Gordon has had his fair share of knee injuries). 4 years is a HUGE difference between runningback. It's a lot closer than you're stating here, especially if you believe Gordon's best season(s) are behind him and that Guice's best season(s) are ahead of him. Sometimes you gotta sacrifice a little currently to gain a little on the backend. Assuming any of these guys are relevant 4 years from now.
  24. Totally on board with Deebo and AJ Brown, as they're personal favorites of mine. Enunwa just isn't sexy. He has a floor, but is that floor really safe after bringing Crowder in and them trying to use Herndon and Le'Veon Bell now? I'm not so sure. Either way he's a guy that I wouldn't be excited to own. There's a very real scenario that he doesn't even get to WR80. He was WR64 last year (in full PPR FFPC) and he could be pushed aside. If not this year, then I'm sure it'll happen next year. As for Drake, I'm comparing this situation to Ryan Mathews. Everyone wanted him to get a higher workload, and he never did. People hoping for change of scenery, new coach, whatever, and it never happened. It's the same with Drake. He's been great when he gets touches, good production, but he can't get on and stay on the field. He's a rotational back. Maybe it's just previous coaches couldn't get his full effort or something, I don't know. When I make these lists I compare situations to guys near the same ranking, Phillip Lindsey is a guy I looked at when thinking about Drake. He proved he can grind and catch and be super productive, Drake with a smaller workload and worse team (arguably) gets the bump down in tier. I'm not a Lindsey fan myself since I don't think he can last and believe his workload will actually decrease, but as long as the defense keeps them in games, he'll still get plenty of opportunity. I don't see that in Miami. Was never a big Cook fan myself, always thought there was something wrong with the way he runs (you can look in the Cook thread if you want). That backfield is going to be ultra productive though, and if it is Cook, then he could outproduce anyone in that tier. Not a big Mattison fan myself either, but he is a good pass catcher although he's very young for a rookie RB (21). Could be a nice flier for sure.