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  1. MFL 12-team TE Premium SuperFlex gave Aiyuk got Fant and 2022 3rd
  2. Obviously this discussion is redraft-centric. What about in a Superflex league with a TE bonus at 1.75PPR? Now how do we rank Pitts?
  3. Nope. But you might try to move back a spot or 3 and pick up an extra dart or depth.
  4. No QB has ever played more than 16 years in GB. This would be Rodgers 17th. ๐Ÿค”
  5. Is there even another FF community? This is where I was born and while I haven't been on as much recently, it's still my go-to place for all things fantasy football. Thanks and congrats for the longevity!
  6. He's missed plenty though, that's why he's still drafting Edge guys. I just think there were better options than a guy recovering from an Achilles rupture. We shall see.
  7. Colts fan, I give them a D. Paye COULD be great but didn't have the sack production in college to warrant being picked at 1.21 Dayo is likely out at least half the year while recovering from a told Achilles. Hard to justify a 2nd. All others won't start unless the TE they grabbed late surprises. Because I hate it means it's likely an A+ ๐Ÿ˜†
  8. The Packers brass have spent 9 of the last 10 1st rounders on Defense I do believe. And what has it gotten them? Yes, there are good players there, but you don't screw with your HOF QB who's been carrying you by not adding some shiny objects.
  9. Titans pick Elijah Moore WR. Not sure it's at 22, but somewhere in the 1st.
  10. How many TEs have been selected in the top 5 of NFL drafts over the last 25 years? I happen to think Pitts is a generational dude, so not sure we've seen a case study for his slot and ability before.
  11. It's no wonder they haven't had more success. I think your point speaks directly to my point.
  12. One of my favorite follows on Twitter is Bullish on Pitts and especially in a TE-premium league. Said he'd take him 1.01 in that format even with Superflex.
  13. I love Pitts but don't see Atlanta as a great fit. By the time they get him worked into that offense, Ryan will be ready to retire. If I'm Atl, I'm trading down.
  14. Good input. In my particular case, I have Murray and Mayfield. But I also have Kittle and Hockinson. So I fell like I have the flexibility to go Pitts here especially when I think this QB class is overrated. But, was just asking in general. To me, there are a clear group of 5 players in this class with the potential to be #1 in their position. (Lawrence, Pitts, Chase, Wilson and 49ers QB (whoever they select)).
  15. Not many are going to stop Smith off the line IMO. And just put him in motion and that defeats hard press coverage. He reminds me so much of Marvin Harrison. Gonna be special if he can stay healthy which I believe he will.
  16. This is a rookie draft so not sure what you mean. Yes, I guess just based on points potential you could just rank the top 5 QBs 1-5 in this format, but if I'm projecting each of the rookies in my top 10 list to fall at #12 of their position then TE is the best on VBD methodologies, correct? This is why I'd have it Lawrence 1, Pitts 2, Najee 3, Wilson 4 if I'm basing on VBD and factoring in preference and landing spots. Maybe I'm off here.
  17. That's interesting. Not sure I agree. Based on my OP, I see a 200 point dropoff from TE1 to TE12. That's significant. If you can gain that much of an edge it's as much a gamechanger as QB1 to QB12. Now, the question is, do you believe Pitts is the guy who can become the TE1 overall. A lot for me depends on landing spot. It looks possible for Pitts to fall to Atlanta. If that's the case then it adds to his value with an aging Julio Jones. We shall see, but thanks for the input!
  18. Who are your top 10 picks in a Superflex where TEs also get 1.75PPR. For reference in this 12-teamer, here are player 1 and 12 for each of the skill positions from 2020: QB1- 570 points QB12- 420 RB1- 408 RB12- 234 WR1- 388 WR12- 272 TE1- 392 TE12- 190 Obvious bias towards QBs based on points but RB and TE had dramatic dropoffs. For TE 1.75, my inclination is to have Lawrence 1 and Pitts 2. Wanted to get input from others. TIA
  19. Who trades up with what the 9ers paid and isn't decided on their target? I mean I know it's one thing to know you need a QB so you trade up, but all that capital tells me they have someone in sight. For my money it is Lance. Not sure Fields or Jones needs to sit a year (or part of one). I do think Jones is elite at the short passing game so there's that. (hedging ๐Ÿ™ƒ)
  20. It's fun to look back on this topic started 7 years ago and feel vindicated. It may be the only one I've gotten right in 7 years.
  21. since the Nelson/Leonard draft, but I wonder about the trend of this team. Rivers played terribly last year; if teams can stack the box, and if Taylor isn't getting a lot of targets, I see problems, especially if they aren't in a positive game script. The fact that Taylor has passing game questions.....I mean, top 3 back with passing game questions, that's not good. His profile suggests he could be a freak. Draft capital suggests teams do NOT think he's a generational talent. 4. D'Andre Swift--Can't be mad at 1.04. Just be the Ravens, and let the draft come to you. All-around back, and this is an easy call to me, because my opinion of Kerryon (not great)+Swift draft capital bodes well for his usage. I was never a Kerryon fan, and I like Swift a lot, so just a matter of time, as far as I'm concerned. Swift might have my favorite style/look of all the backs, in terms of what good fantasy producers look like to me. Good in passing game, big enough for goalline, good wiggle., low to the ground. I don't think he's Chubb type special, but I like his landing spot for touches. Some will disagree because of Kerryon, which is understandable. 5. Cam Akers--The top 4 guys played behind, I THINK, top 15 rushing O-lines. Akers played behind one of the worst. What a huge difference that is. They told us all we need to know about Henderson with this pick. Rams had holes to fill, so taking him in the 2nd round says they expect him to impact the team. Rams love running on the goalline, I don't see as much vulturing as Dobbins, Helaire, and Swift. Love his passing game % at FSU (11% I think), I wish we had a better handle on what direction the Rams are headed. 6. Anthony McFarland--YEP! More talented than Vaughn, I'm going talent over situation. I love McFarland's highlights. Love his speed, he looks a lot faster in game than Vaughn to me, and his path to a lot of work is simply a James Connor injury, which is pretty possible. I'm not making a Ronald Jones rookie draft mistake by taking a guy from the same backfield. Waay too many mouths to feed in TB, and I don't know if he will ever be anything more than a committee guy. I'll trade down with a guy who wants Vaughn, and go after McFarland in the early 2nd round. Everyone thinks Connor is gone after this year, I like his outlook. Yikes!
  22. As a Colts fan, I love this move. Mack will allow a split this year which will leave a bunch of tread on JT's tires for the years to come. I see Mack as a spot duty and strong 3rd down weapon this year. I think the Colts let him go when JT proves he's the man. Hines is a capable 3rd down option as well and will be cheaper to retain than Mack.
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