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  1. Considering that was only the first Podcast ever for The Fantasy Feud I thought they did a great job.  I'm sure they were loaded with tons of stats for the first pod to be prepared.  If they loosen up it will be solid.  I got their pod by the suggestion of the Once Upon a Sunday Podcast (OUS).  I have my rotation of the top ranked pods, but I like to check out the guys that are new or on the rise.  OUS seems to be gaining traction.

  2. 14 hours ago, Hankmoody said:

    His lack of perfection is totally inexcusable.  How dare he get one wrong when millions of FF players are literally making the entirety of their management decisions based on what he says.  I just gave him my MFL login info so he could save me the time of having to actually click the buttons myself. 

    I plan a civil suit.

    I listed countless flaws in his projections....among just the rookies alone.  Stop being a bootlicker to the "names" in the industry and them going along with their group think when one of them gets called out for it, and stop acting like i'm ripping him as if I rely on his projections.  Stat projections as a whole are pointless.  That's why i'm poking holes through it.  Joe Bryant warning me to not criticize Clay's analysis is both censorship and unproductive for everyone attempting to learn from the information.

    I provided more enlightenment in this thread bringing up the 700 yard rookie WR threshold than all of his projections combined.

     

     

  3. 8 minutes ago, Just Win Baby said:

    How many do you project to crack 700 yards, and which ones?

    Four cracked it last year, and Diontae and Slayton came close.  He barely even has  two cracking 700 yards (Jeudy at 706).  Rookie WR's cracking the 700 yard mark have a very good success rate.   The 2020 WR class dwarfs that class.  It's a totally dismissive projection of the talent in this class.

  4. 11 minutes ago, rockaction said:

    I gathered that. The real debate that I was contending was that Moss wasn't the superior athlete, but at least in terms of testing, he is. So that's me being wrong, actually.

    I was really just knocking Singletary to say that Akers and Ridley were the two best players in the trade.  I don't care for him or Moss, so trust me i'm not going down the "win an argument" road with either of these guys haha.

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  5. 19 minutes ago, rockaction said:

    Sure. I can see that. And you're right about the time. Moss ran a 4.65. I thought it was a 4.7. Maybe I was thinking of Quintez Cephus's really slow time (I think a bit above 4.7) and got the two confused because my first reaction from even highlights is that Moss isn't really explosive at all. 

    I don't love Moss or Singletary trust me.  I've sadly ended up with a couple Moss shares by default.

  6. 16 minutes ago, rockaction said:

    Didn't Singletary run a 4.66? Moss ran a 4.7. You can say his speed score is better, but not his forty time.

    www.google.com has a 4.65.  It's splitting hairs either way.  They drafted another RB and that's not a positive sign.  I own Diontae in almost every league, and I think Jefferson is gonna be solid.  I still think the Akers and Ridley side is a landslide win.  You could swap out Moss with Vaughn or Dillon, who I prefer over Moss, and I would still favor The Akers/Ridley side.

  7. 14 hours ago, JohnnyU said:

    Even though I started this thread I ended up with zero shares of Bowden in 7 of 8 (starts Fri) drafts.

    I wouldn't reach into the 2nd and it just didn't work my way for him in the 3rd or 4th.

    If he would have landed with the right offense he would have been a lock in the 2nd.

  8. 51 minutes ago, rockaction said:

    That's a lot of picks for you in the first and second -- that and a lot of mascot avatar scowl between league and board. You sure "basic #####es" isn't better off being "angry birds?"

    And one question: Why is the commissioner picking the first three picks? Pre-submission or something? Anyway, must have been nice to accumulate such assets.

    I told him my top three picks before I went to bed since MFL wouldn't let me predraft 1.01.  I led this league in points AND VP's for all three years it existed.  I had Antonio Brown (traded a ton for him and he lost his mind shortly after) and AJ Green blow up in my face early in the year so I was proactive in selling every possible point off of my roster.  I was brave enough to move Juju (for 1.01 and 2.01), Mahomes (for Stafford and 1.03), Kelce (for 1.06 and 2.06), and AJ Green (for Irv Smith 2.01 and 2.11)  along the way.  2.01 was sold and bought back for really just swapping Rodgers for Brees and giving the guy worthless RB handcuffs I owned.  I'm not gonna win this year, but I sold Mostert for a 2021 1st so the flip of the roster to dominate again is happening fast IMO.

     

    Side note in case anyone is confused, those specific draft positions are where the picks landed at the end of the season.

  9. 21 minutes ago, Dr. BD said:

    Thats not what I said at all. In fact, I even clarified it for you further on that same post.

     

    Forest for the trees Bingbing...

    Not all superstars are top 10 picks, but many top 10 picks have superstar potential

    Are you suggesting that we should not consider draft capital when evaluating talent? 

    I just think that drawing the line at top 10 is silly, especially since most franchises have learned that you don't need to use high draft capital on RB's.  Ten years ago...heck...three years ago Jonathan Taylor may have been a top 10 pick.  If Gettleman didn't have Barkley he would have been capable of doing it once again.  I'm just saying I won't judge a draft class based on the top 10 because a lot of bad teams makes those moves and more often than not set those players up to fail.

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  10. 4 minutes ago, Dr. BD said:

    And those guys are all superstars...  justifying they're high draft capital

    Super stars dont come out every year. But when they do, teams realize it and will try to spend high draft capital on them. Of course, they arent 100% hit rates but top talent will go high no matter what. Draft capital is the best predictor we have... cant believe you're arguing against that... 

    So only 5 superstars at RB and WR in the past 15 years, cuz they only get drafted in the top 10....GOT IT.  Do you understand how many franchises have went 10-20 years without taking a RB or WR in the top 10????...wait of course you don't.

  11. 1 minute ago, Dr. BD said:

    You're arguing without realizing you're arguing against yourself 

     I made my point stop stealing other peoples flawed arguments.  Which one is it then?  This class isn't talented or those classes weren't talented?  Basing it strictly on top 10 picks seems like a Dr Dan take so of course.

  12. 7 minutes ago, EBF said:

    Over/under on any JAX coaching regime is what? 2-3 years?

    If you like the player, I wouldn't let the current staff sway you too much.

    I'd almost be relieved to see Shenault in a more limited role, as he took a lot of punishment on rushing attempts that he probably didn't need to be handling.

    Now this I can agree with.  I'm not arguing just to argue.  I do think Gruden was a much better OC than HC though.

  13. 16 minutes ago, EBF said:

    Top 10 picks have the highest chances of developing into elite pros and a significant chunk of elite pros were top 10 picks.

     

    NO FREAKIN DUH.  To say a draft class is weak because there weren't any top 10 skill position picks is just sloppy analysis.  This draft was deep at OT as well and even those bad teams knew not to go RB or WR.  Basing draft position of the skill players without acknowledging the depth of the class being the reason for that is flawed logic.    Like I said...

    58 minutes ago, BINGBING said:

    Bad teams draft RB's and WR's in the top 10.  Basing the talent of this class on that makes no sense.  The rankings seem tone deaf on recognizing the difference between this class and past classes.

     

  14. 2 minutes ago, EBF said:

    You don't realize it, but you are actually arguing against your own point.

    The reason why it's rare to see players go that high is because players need rare talent level to justify that type of pick.

    Nobody this year at RB or WR (or TE) is obviously that special.

    Top 10 RB's and WR's taken in recent history are 50/50 roughly.  The fact that you had to go all the way back to Peterson, AJ Green, Julio, Fitzgerald, etc actually proves my point.  That's only a handful of players over a HUGE span of time, and all of those have been terrible franchises outside of one season of success from Arizona and Atlanta.  Those teams consistently pick in the top 10, so no, they don't judge talent properly.

  15. 12 minutes ago, Dr. BD said:

    Elite talent went at the top in previous years. This class is deep but lacks the elite athlete at the top. Teams are wising up at drafting RBs in the top 10. This draft was filled with WR2 types, but didnt have much as far as alphas in it. 

    One RB/WR went in the top 10 of the 2018 and 2019 draft combined.  Uninformed again.  The 2017 draft was a who's who of bad teams overpaying for RB's and WR's.  And who was the terrible franchise to make an awful reach this year...the Raiders of course.

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