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  1. #TotalPatsMove. It chips away at Dorsett's value for sure though. But maybe the Pats will know how to use Dorsett better this year. i mean, after all, they are the Pats.
  2. Buyer beware on Dorsett. The season is light years away. NE will target other WR, whether it be through the draft, by trade, free agency, or cuts from other teams. Plus if/when Gordon returns, Dorsett will slide further down the depth chart. Add in that the Pats are probably going to start running the ball more and I have my doubts how much NE will involve Dorsett. This question is better asked right before opening day when we know what the options are. I realize that is a boring answer, but for now the best selling point given the current roster is that Dorsett could be more involved.
  3. With Hogan and Gronk gone, I like Dorsett's chances for fantasy relevance this year. He did some nice things while Edelman was suspended and before the team acquired Josh Gordon. He was used in a Cooks-like role, and while he wasn't Cooks, he wasn't terrible at all. I like him for PPR leagues, and am happy that I held onto him in a dynasty league. But I do expect the Pats to draft some WRs, or at least trade for them with draft picks. It's always tough to predict what will happen, but I do think Dorsett will be more relevant in fantasy this year. Obviously, the Pats will use ASJ, but he's not going to break tackles and pick up extra yardage like Gronk did. With Hogan gone, I think Dorsett at worst is the 4th receiving option for the Pats, which honestly isn't too bad considering how long their drives are and how their D/ST will also give the O the ball. Who do you all think the Pats target in the draft though? Also, do you think Dorsett can play some in the slot, or is he purely an outside WR?
  4. we are looking for one more owner to participate in a 3 team dispersal draft to fill empty slots in our 12 team dynasty ppr league 12 teams .75 ppr for rbs, 1 pt ppr for wrs, 1.25 ppr for te's 24 man rosters starting lineup 1 qb, 2 rb, 3 wr, 1 te, 1 flex (rb, wr or te), 1 k, 1 team defense entry fee is $155 message me if you are interested thx players available in dispersal draft are as follows qb derek carr ben roethlisberger tom brady dak prescott josh allen chase daniel philip rivers josh rosen alex smith andy dalton rb gio bernard kenneth dixon nyheim hines doug martin lesean mccoy lamar miller tj yeldon rex burkhead leonard fournette duke johnson phillip lindsay latavius murray darren sproles kalen ballage tarik cohen mike davis jordan howard david johnson aaron jones derrius guice alex collins wr jamison crowder stefon diggs taylor gabriel jakeem grant jake kumerow zach pascal tim patrick john ross emmanuel sanders sterling shepard tyrell williams nelson agholor julian edelman tyreek hill anthony miller allen robinson sammy watkins dede westbrook antonio brown john brown martavis bryant aj green deandre hopkins desean jackson marvin jones trey quinn josh reynolds calvin ridley geronimo allison deon cain te cj uzomah oj howard nick vannett chris herndon ricky seals-jones dan arnold eric ebron rob gronkowski team defense bills broncos patriots steelers chiefs k kai'mi fairbairn cody parkey justin tucker greg zuerlein
  5. WR DThomas signed today ... every additional WR to Patriots chips at Dorsett's value IMO
  6. 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.
  7. Wes Welker had a lot of success, certainly more than Edelman, and arguably more than Moss in NE. I think ASJ is fool's gold. Its been 5 years, he's likely already played his best ball, and it wasn't all that good. Sure if he's free to pick up on waivers, go for it, but he's not a guy to be targeted in my opinion. Chances are New England brings in at least 2-3 pass catchers in the draft, and its possible Philip Dorsett plays a bigger role this year, and we can't truly rule out Josh Gordon either. If I owned him, I'd be trying to sell right now.
  8. 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!
  9. Football Outsiders WR rankings. Here are the top 143 WRs since 2014 according to their Playmaker Rating (which does not take into account projected draft position - the writeup on their site instead highlights a different rating which does take that into account and has Marquise Brown on top for this draft class). Year Name College 2016 Corey Coleman Baylor 2017 Jalen Robinette Air Force 2017 Curtis Samuel Ohio State 2017 Carlos Henderson Louisiana Tech 2017 John Ross Washington 2014 Brandin Cooks Oregon St. 2015 Amari Cooper Alabama 2016 Will Fuller Notre Dame 2019 Hakeem Butler Iowa State 2017 Dede Westbrook Oklahoma 2014 Odell Beckham Jr. LSU 2018 Tre'Quan Smith Central Florida 2018 DJ Moore Maryland 2018 Richie James Middle Tennessee State 2014 Marqise Lee USC 2019 Marquise Brown Oklahoma 2017 Corey Davis Western Michigan 2015 Sammie Coates Auburn 2016 Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 2019 N'Keal Harry Arizona State 2015 Stefon Diggs Maryland 2016 Pharoh Cooper South Carolina 2016 Rashard Higgins Colorado State 2014 Davante Adams Fresno St. 2015 Nelson Agholor Southern California 2014 Allen Robinson Penn St. 2014 Paul Richardson Colorado 2014 Kelvin Benjamin Florida St. 2019 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Stanford 2015 Breshad Perriman UCF 2017 Chris Godwin Penn State 2014 Mike Evans Texas A&M 2014 Austin Franklin New Mexico St. 2015 DeAndre Smelter Georgia Tech 2017 KD Cannon Baylor 2019 Diontae Johnson Toledo 2015 Titus Davis Central Mich. 2019 Andy Isabella Massachusetts 2019 Dillon Mitchell Oregon 2017 Isaiah Ford Virginia Tech 2014 Martavis Bryant Clemson 2016 Roger Lewis Bowling Green 2017 Josh Reynolds Texas A&M 2014 Sammy Watkins Clemson 2014 Willie Snead Ball St. 2018 Courtland Sutton SMU 2018 Byron Pringle Kansas State 2019 A.J. Brown Ole Miss 2014 Bruce Ellington South Carolina 2019 Antoine Wesley Texas Tech 2017 Shelton Gibson West Virginia 2014 Jarvis Landry LSU 2015 Jaelen Strong Arizona St. 2015 Tyler Lockett Kansas St. 2014 Donte Moncrief Ole Miss 2017 Malachi Dupre LSU 2016 Michael Thomas Ohio State 2017 JuJu Smith-Schuster Southern California 2016 Demarcus Ayers Houston 2017 Taywan Taylor W. Kentucky 2017 Josh Malone Tennessee 2017 Jerome Lane Akron 2016 Bralon Addison Oregon 2018 Korey Robertson Southern Mississippi 2019 Greg Dortch Wake Forest 2018 Anthony Miller Memphis 2017 Isaiah McKenzie Georgia 2018 Christian Kirk Texas A&M 2018 Jordan Lasley UCLA 2019 Darius Slayton Auburn 2014 Cody Latimer Indiana 2018 Equanimeous St. Brown Notre Dame 2016 Leonte Carroo Rutgers 2019 Lil'Jordan Humphrey Texas 2015 Devin Smith Ohio St. 2017 ArDarius Stewart Alabama 2019 D.K. Metcalf Ole Miss 2019 Mecole Hardman Georgia 2014 Brandon Coleman Rutgers 2018 Cedrick Wilson Boise State 2014 Josh Huff Oregon 2017 Kenny Golladay Northern Illinois 2015 Devin Funchess Michigan 2018 Deontay Burnett Southern California 2018 Quadree Henderson Pittsburgh 2016 Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 2017 Mike Williams Clemson 2016 Josh Doctson TCU 2019 Anthony Johnson Buffalo 2018 Michael Gallup Colorado State 2019 Cody Thompson Toledo 2018 James Washington Oklahoma State 2018 Auden Tate Florida State 2015 Darren Waller Georgia Tech 2016 Laquon Treadwell Mississippi 2018 Calvin Ridley Alabama 2019 Jovon Durante West Virginia 2017 Chad Hansen California 2018 DJ Chark LSU 2015 Dorial Green-Beckham Missouri 2015 Tony Lippett Michigan St. 2019 Kelvin Harmon North Carolina State 2014 Damian Copeland Louisville 2014 Jordan Matthews Vanderbilt 2014 Jeremy Gallon Michigan 2019 Jakobi Meyers North Carolina State 2019 David Sills West Virginia 2017 Travis Rudolph Florida State 2015 Antwan Goodley Baylor 2016 Demarcus Robinson Florida 2019 Riley Ridley Georgia 2019 Jalen Hurd Tennessee 2017 Keevan Lucas Tulsa 2015 Phillip Dorsett Miami (FL) 2016 Jalin Marshall Ohio State 2015 Ty Montgomery Stanford 2014 Josh Stewart Oklahoma St. 2016 Mike Thomas Southern Miss. 2014 Tevin Reese Baylor 2018 Simmie Cobbs Indiana 2017 Devante Noil Texas A&M 2016 Cayleb Jones Arizona 2015 Jamarcus Nelson UAB 2015 Da'ron Brown Northern Ill. 2014 Chris Boyd Vanderbilt 2016 Ricardo Louis Auburn 2019 Deebo Samuel South Carolina 2019 Miles Boykin Notre Dame 2018 Deon Cain Clemson 2019 Emanuel Hall Missouri 2014 Quincy Enunwa Nebraska 2015 Chris Conley Georgia 2018 J'Mon Moore Missouri 2016 De'Runnya Wilson Mississippi State 2019 Gary Jennings West Virginia 2017 Artavis Scott Clemson 2018 Antonio Callaway Florida 2016 Kenny Lawler California 2017 Noah Brown Ohio State 2014 Jalen Saunders Oklahoma 2016 Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 2019 Parris Campbell Ohio State 2019 Stanley Morgan Nebraska They do not pro-rate stats for missed games, which works against guys like DK Metcalf and Emanuel Hall.
  10. Straight up? Here's a list of a few that I view close. Aaron Jones, Leonard Fournette (after his arrest today), Rashaad Penny, Phillip Lindsay, Marlon Mack, Damien Williams, Kenyan Drake and maybe to the right owner Sony Michel or Kerryon Johnson. Even some of those might be slight downgrades in value but Corey has done me dirty 2 years in a row now so I'm sour. Get him off my teams.
  11. I guess Phillip Dorsett hasn't done much except with New England. I just see lots of undersized burners have good careers in lots of places.
  12. I just completed my first one. I was picking in the 10th spot which is obviously not what I’d prefer. I went BPA early. I think ideally you want to get two top RBs early if you can because it dries out pretty fast. QB: Big Ben, Trubisky RB: Kerryon, Drake, M. Sanders, D. Johnson, Burkhead, Yeldon, R. Smith WR: M. Thomas, Smith-Schuster, Diggs, Shepherd, D. Hamilton, T. Smith, Dorsett TE: Henry, Cook DEF: Chargers, Colts, Lions
  13. Even though he's never acknowledged Phillip Rivers as his illegitimate son?
  14. Following on from yesterdays Phillip Lindsay trades, 12 team PPR Lindsay traded for Gallup and 1.07 (he had acquired 1.07, Gallup and Mixon earlier in the week for his Zeke) This wasn't my trade but the above prompted me to send an offer of 2.04 and 2.07 in another league for Lindsay and that was accepted straight away.
  15. 12 team FFPC rules Team A gives Phillip Lindsay, 1.11 Team B gives Corey Davis
  16. Obvious speedsters Tony Dorsett, Eric Dickerson, Randy Moss. Chris Johnson, Devin Hester, Joey Galloway, Adrian Peterson did nothing in track (vs legit track stars) they were far better footballers than the FAR faster....Curtis Dickey, Michael Bennett, Phil Epps, Andrew Hopkins, Mike Miller, Willie McGee, John Roderick, yep, speed isn't everything. I don;t put too much into a 40, regardless of how it's done.
  17. Build a Champ 2 FF League - Send inquiries to - Need 4 new owners for a 5 team dispersal draft (1 existing team also participating) ... 3 already signed up - 12 Team Dynasty League PPR scoring Devy (college) picks each year (included in regular Rookie draft, until we reach 15 total dev picks - 25 roster spots (30 in off-season) Starting lineup will consist of 1 QB, 1-3 RBs, 2-4 WRs, 1-3 TEs, 1 K, 1 Def - No divisions Victory Point scoring for standings Entry fee is $100 x 12 = $1200 - Uses LEAGUESAFE MFL cost is $70 which leaves $1130 for payouts. 1st Place = $425 2nd Place = $300 3rd Place = $120 4th Place = $60 Consolation Bowl = $50 Points Champion (Weeks 1-13) = $100 Points champion runner up= $50 Points 3rd place = $25 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SACRAMENTO SAMURAI - (JW existing owner entering dispersal) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Luck, Andrew IND QB Prescott, Dak DAL QB * Anderson, Rodney FA RB * Love, Bryce FA RB Jones, Ronald TBB RB (R) Lindsay, Phillip DEN RB (R) (I) McGuire, Elijah NYJ RB Smith, Ito ATL RB (R) (I) Agholor, Nelson PHI WR Conley, Chris KCC WR Cooper, Amari DAL WR Coutee, Keke HOU WR (R) Foster, Robert BUF WR (R) Fuller, Will HOU WR (I) Godwin, Chris TBB WR Hamilton, DaeSean DEN WR (R) Humphries, Adam TBB WR Lee, Marqise JAC WR (I) Pettis, Dante SFO WR (R) (I) Valdes-Scantling, Marquez GBP WR (R) Williams, Tyrell LAC WR Hurst, Hayden BAL TE (R) James, Jesse PIT TE McDonald, Vance PIT TE Bears, Chicago CHI Def Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Sacramento Samurai = 1.05 Year 2019 Round 3 Draft Pick from TORONTO FC = 3.12 Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from Sacramento Samurai Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from Sacramento Samurai Year 2020 Round 3 Draft Pick from Sacramento Samurai Year 2020 Round 4 Draft Pick from Sacramento Samurai ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ WORST NIGHTMARE (OPEN TEAM FOR DISPERSAL) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Brees, Drew NOS QB Mayfield, Baker CLE QB (R) Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB * Scott, LJ FA RB Cook, Dalvin MIN RB Hyde, Carlos JAC RB Jones, Aaron GBP RB McCoy, LeSean BUF RB Murray, Latavius MIN RB * Peoples Jones, Donavan FA WR * Robertson, Demetris FA WR Brown, Antonio PIT WR Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR Funchess, Devin CAR WR Gabriel, Taylor CHI WR Gallup, Michael DAL WR (R) Golladay, Kenny DET WR (Q) Meredith, Cameron NOS WR (I) Nelson, Jordy OAK WR Thomas, Michael NOS WR Akins, Jordan HOU TE (R) Andrews, Mark BAL TE (R) Butt, Jake DEN TE Eifert, Tyler CIN TE Gates, Antonio LAC TE Olsen, Greg CAR TE Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) = 2.08 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from Skillet Lickers = 2.10 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from Mahone Bay Hitmen = 2.09 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from TORONTO FC = 2.12 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) = 2.02 Year 2019 Round 4 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) = 4.08 Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 3 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 4 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- COBRA KAI (OPEN TEAM FOR DISPERSAL) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dalton, Andy CIN QB Watson, Deshaun HOU QB * Harris , Najee FA RB * Sanders, Miles FA RB * White, Zamir FA RB Hines, Nyheim IND RB (R) Lewis, Dion TEN RB Mixon, Joe CIN RB * Higgins, Tee FA WR * Jeudy, jerry FA WR Bryant, Dez NOS WR (I) Cain, Deon IND WR (R) Chark, D.J. JAC WR (R) Crowder, Jamison WAS WR Davis, Corey TEN WR Dorsett, Phillip NEP WR Gordon, Josh NEP WR (S) Moncrief, Donte JAC WR Powell, Brandon DET WR (R) Richardson, Paul WAS WR (I) Ross, John CIN WR Snead, Willie BAL WR Stills, Kenny MIA WR Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR Williams, Mike LAC WR Gesicki, Mike MIA TE (R) Howard, O.J. TBB TE (I) Jarwin, Blake DAL TE Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) = 1.03 Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Mahone Bay Hitmen = 1.09 Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from TORONTO FC = 1.12 Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) = 1.08 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from MCD = 2.06 Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from TORONTO FC Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from TORONTO FC Year 2020 Round 3 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 4 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DEATH FROM ABOVE (OPEN TEAM FOR DISPERSAL) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rosen, Josh ARI QB (R) Trubisky, Mitchell CHI QB * Montgomery, David FA RB Allen, Javorius BAL RB Ballage, Kalen MIA RB (R) Cannon, Trenton NYJ RB (R) Howard, Jordan CHI RB Mostert, Raheem SFO RB (I) Riddick, Theo DET RB (Q) Williams, Jamaal GBP RB Boyd, Tyler CIN WR (I) Moore, D.J. CAR WR (R) Reynolds, Josh LAR WR Robinson, Allen CHI WR Rogers, Chester IND WR Samuel, Curtis CAR WR St. Brown, Equanimeous GBP WR (R) (Q) Washington, James PIT WR (R) Wilson, Albert MIA WR (I) Brate, Cameron TBB TE (Q) Dissly, Will SEA TE (R) (I) Njoku, David CLE TE Thomas, Jordan HOU TE (R) Redskins, Washington WAS Def Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) = 1.02 Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from MCD = 1.06 Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from Skillet Lickers = 1.10 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from Cobra Kai (OPEN) = 2.03 Year 2019 Round 3 Draft Pick from Worst Nightmare (OPEN) = 3.08 Year 2019 Round 4 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) = 4.02 Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 3 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 4 Draft Pick from Death From Above (OPEN) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- NO WAY JOSE (OPEN TEAM FOR DISPERSAL) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cousins, Kirk MIN QB Rivers, Philip LAC QB (Q) Wentz, Carson PHI QB (Q) Blount, LeGarrette DET RB Edwards, Gus BAL RB (R) Freeman, Devonta ATL RB (I) Johnson, David ARI RB Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB (I) McKinnon, Jerick SFO RB (I) Michel, Sony NEP RB (R) Miller, Lamar HOU RB Amendola, Danny MIA WR Baldwin, Doug SEA WR Benjamin, Kelvin KCC WR Grant, Ryan IND WR (Q) Hilton, T.Y. IND WR (Q) Jones, Zay BUF WR Malone, Josh CIN WR Miller, Anthony CHI WR (R) (Q) Patterson, Cordarrelle NEP WR Shepard, Sterling NYG WR Ertz, Zach PHI TE (Q) Reed, Jordan WAS TE (I) Browns, Cleveland CLE Def Rams, Los Angeles LAR Def Year 2019 Round 1 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) = 1.07 Year 2019 Round 2 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) = 2.07 Year 2019 Round 3 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) = 3.07 Year 2019 Round 4 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) = 4.07 Year 2020 Round 1 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 2 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 3 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) Year 2020 Round 4 Draft Pick from No Way Jose (OPEN) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  18. It is an odd movie and I can see how its not for everyone. My wife also hates this movie. I like that the base idea is what would a modern Phillip Marlowe look like? It's basically The Big Sleep re-imagined with a stoner for a protagonist. Also, the late 90s definitely had a preoccupation with odd movies and examining reality, consciousness, etc.
  19. Luck, Andrew IND QB 479.85 - 5.15 Mixon, Joe CIN RB 243.40 - 2.02 Mack, Marlon IND RB 178.10 - 3.15 Lindsay, Phillip DEN RB 222.80 - 4.02 Adams, Davante GBP WR 327.60 - 1.15 Westbrook, Dede JAC WR 177.50 - 8.02 Samuel, Curtis CAR WR 138.80 - 9.15 Jackson, DeSean PHI WR 151.30 - 10.02 Walker, Delanie TEN TE 13.20 - 6.02 McDonald, Vance PIT TE 185.00 - 7.15 Halfway home and I'm just happy I kept this puppy out of the ditch after the questionable decision to go RB-RB-RB early. Landing Luck significantly later than I expected a top-3 QB to be available dramatically increased my flexibility. Instead of immediately having to burn another pick on a QB2, I was able to double-tap serviceable (if unsexy) TEs, then grab three straight best-ball studs to rotate in behind Adams. With one backup already in place at every non-QB position and a flex starter I can spend the next few rounds grabbing value wherever it falls. Not my all-time favorite team or anything, but miles better than it could've been.
  21. There might be another thread on this, but I could not find it. Please merge if it exists... But, just from a political/news standpoint - who do you follow - and why (what are they good at)? I am not a big twitter user, but I have a few that I cycle through for various reasons, they are all well known, so no hidden gems: Kyle Griffin - MSNBC producer for the Last Word - he tweets a lot, and is generally good for general news stuff - he is definitely left-leaning, but provides good links to news on a regular basis Natasha Bertrand - Atlantic Writer - she covers national security stories, and does some good in-depth reporting on the Mueller investigation, and other stuff Kasie Hunt - NBC political reporter - I actually started following her in the 2016 cycle - if its a political story, she usually has her own reporting, and links to others Zoe Tillman - BuzzFeed reporter - Courts and Justice - she is based in DC - anything going in those courts - SC or Manafort or Stone et al - she was usually in the court live tweeting when able. Phillip Rucker - WaPo - White House - a less prolific, but more centric, version of Griffin, does his own reporting on White House, but also links to Political stories around DC Nate Silver - 538 - data - polling - I am a data geek, and have been a fan of Silvers dating back to his early Baseball Prospectus days. Sarah Kendzior - I don't know why I follow her - I mostly can't look away - she hosts Gaslit Nation podcast. As near as I can tell, she is an Midwestern American version of Louis Mensch - but she has the 3rd most followers of any of the above - including at least one FBG staffer... This is the list of reporters/media that I check on a semi-regular basis for stories or breaking news updates. There are occasional one-offs where I might follow a link to someone else. But, who should I add? Who do you like - and importantly why?
  22. I just can't start Rivers in my title game against Baltimore. I'm going with Winston against Dallas, another bad match up, or rolling with Keenum against Oakland.
  23. 12 team PPR. I’m not involved. Team A got Phillip Lindsey, 2020 1st(mid), 2020 second (mid) Team B got 2019 1.02
  24. 24 team, 2 player copy dynasty looking for 4 new owners to take part in a dispersal draft. Unique payouts, including an engraved championship belt. Assets listed below the basic league info. If interested or have questions please post here or email me @ King of Ring Dynasty Football League League Overview: •All teams will be named after a boxer, wrestler, or fighter real or fictional. •League Fee will be $100. Teams will be need to be paid up for current season plus one year in the future. •Leaguesafe used. Cash prizes as well as an engraved Championship trophy belt •Championship playoff Bracket •Toilet Bowl playoff Bracket •The league will consist of 24 teams. 22 man roster and 3 man taxi squad. •League will consist of 4 divisions. •We will realign the divisions every year based on the previous season’s final standings. •Player Universe - All NFL Players – there will be 2 copies of each player in the league. At no time will a team be allowed to own both copies of the same player. •Scoring Type - PPR (Point per receptions) and Performance based decimal scoring. •Standings – Head to head •Dynasty Jackpot- $200 each year will be added to it and will be paid out when a team hts 50 points. More info on Dynasty jackpot under Payouts section of the rules. League fees: • All money collected will be held on Leaguesafe and 100% will be paid out in prizes minus MFL fee and trophy cost. • The first season the entry fee will be $ 200, $ 100 for year one and $ 100 for year 2. Each season after the entry fee is $ 100. •Each team will always be paid up one year in the future. So teams will be able to trade their current year draft picks and the next seasons draft picks. •If an owner quits between seasons they are not entitled to a full refund. It is the commissioner’s discretion how much if any refund is to be given. The money will only be used as a discount to entice a new owner to take over the team. Payouts: •$100 X 24 = $2400 minus $70 MFL fee (early bird price) and $110 for league trophy. •1st - $550 plus engraved trophy belt. •2nd - $420 •3rd - $330 Division payouts: •World Champion division winner -$230 •Professional Fighter division winner -$180 •Contenders division winner -$130 •Backyard Brawler division winner -$80 •Toilet Bowl winner - $100 King of The Ring Dispersal draft assets. Division placement: Contender Division. Winner of the division wins $130 Contender Division. Winner of the division wins $130 Backyard Brawler Division. Winner of the division wins $80 Backyard Brawler Division. Winner of the division wins $80 Only for your first year in KOTR. Divisions realine every year based on previous years standings. Initial Waiver Wire position: #2 #6 #10 #11 First WW runs the Wed before the season starts. Dynasty Jackpot Points: 2 4 6 7 $200 from each years entry fee rolls until someone hits 50 points. 1 point for a regular season win, 1 point for toilet bowl playoff win, 2 points for a championship playoff win, and 5 points for winning a championship. Currently $200 in the pot. 2018 was the first year since it reset. Draft picks: 1.6 1.11 2.6 2.10 2.16 3.6 3.10 3.11 3.16 4.6 4.10 4.11 Draft is 4 rounds. Remember there are 2 copies of each player. QB: Beathard, C.J. SFO QB Brady, Tom NEP QB Dalton, Andy CIN QB Dalton, Andy CIN QB Darnold, Sam NYJ QB Flacco, Joe DEN QB Garoppolo, Jimmy SFO QB Jackson, Lamar BAL QB Luck, Andrew IND QB Mahomes, Patrick KCC QB Mariota, Marcus TEN QB Prescott, Dak DAL QB Taylor, Tyrod LAC QB Trubisky, Mitchell CHI QB RB: Ajayi, Jay PHI RB (Q) Allen, Javorius BAL RB Barner, Kenjon CAR RB Bibbs, Kapri GBP RB Blue, Alfred HOU RB Booker, Devontae DEN RB Clement, Corey PHI RB (Q) Coleman, Tevin ATL RB Collins, Alex FA RB (Q) Edwards, Gus BAL RB Fournette, Leonard JAC RB Gore, Frank MIA RB Grant, Corey JAC RB (Q) Hines, Nyheim IND RB Hines, Nyheim IND RB Ingram, Mark NOS RB Johnson, Duke CLE RB Jones, Aaron GBP RB Jones, Ronald TBB RB Juszczyk, Kyle SFO RB Kelly, John LAR RB Lindsay, Phillip DEN RB Morris, Alfred SFO RB Penny, Rashaad SEA RB Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB Smith, Ito ATL RB Stewart, Jonathan NYG RB Thompson, Chris WAS RB WR: Austin, Tavon DAL WR Anderson, Robby NYJ WR Benjamin, Travis LAC WR Brown, John BAL WR Bryant, Martavis OAK WR (S) Chark, D.J. JAC WR Cobb, Randall DAL WR Cooks, Brandin LAR WR Edelman, Julian NEP WR Evans, Mike TBB WR Gabriel, Taylor CHI WR Garcon, Pierre FA WR Green, A.J. CIN WR Higgins, Rashard CLE WR Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR Humphries, Adam TBB WR Hurns, Allen DAL WR Inman, Dontrelle IND WR Jackson, DeSean TBB WR Jones, Marvin DET WR Jones, Zay BUF WR Lockett, Tyler SEA WR Meredith, Cameron NOS WR Moncrief, Donte JAC WR Ross, John CIN WR Smith, Tre'Quan NOS WR St. Brown, Equanimeous GBP WR Stills, Kenny MIA WR Tate, Golden NYG WR Taylor, Taywan TEN WR Thielen, Adam MIN WR Valdes-Scantling, Marquez GBP WR Williams, Tyrell LAC WR TE: Akins, Jordan HOU TE Clay, Charles ARI TE Cook, Jared OAK TE Doyle, Jack IND TE Ebron, Eric IND TE Eifert, Tyler CIN TE Everett, Gerald LAR TE Gates, Antonio LAC TE Higbee, Tyler LAR TE Hurst, Hayden BAL TE James, Jesse PIT TE Smith, Jonnu TEN TE Swaim, Geoff DAL TE Uzomah, C.J. CIN TE Walker, Delanie TEN TE Walker, Delanie TEN TE K: Boswell, Chris PIT PK Bryant, Matt ATL PK Butker, Harrison KCC PK Crosby, Mason GBP PK Lambo, Josh JAC PK Maher, Brett DAL PK Myers, Jason SEA PK DEF: Bears, Chicago CHI Def Bears, Chicago CHI Def Browns, Cleveland CLE Def Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def Cowboys, Dallas DAL Def Dolphins, Miami MIA Def Patriots, New England NEP Def