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  1. I had two $50 bets with people here. I believe they were @Juxtatarot & @tommyGunZ. PM me & we'll figure out how to make payment arrangements.
  2. LOL. Yeah, Henry should've had a much better start to his career. I thought I was in an alternate universe when the Titans had Lewis starting over Henry. That's still one of the more bizarre things I've ever seen in the NFL.
  3. Duh. Henry is the most underutilized receiver at the RB position. He's a good enough pass-catcher to be extremely dangerous on screens & dump offs. I'm surprised it took Vrabel this long to realize it.
  4. Arians is one of the more stubborn HCs in the league. He might even be one of the worst (definitely overrated). I think back to how he handcuffed DJ for almost the whole season because something about rookies needing to earn it or not get the bighead or some such nonsense. Ridiculous. Not that RoJo is a world-beater, but wake up & smell the coffee, Bruce.
  5. Agreed. Things change fast in FF. Plus, it’s not like Gibson is in a strong situation & riding coattails.
  6. Agreed. He would’ve had to run over the DB on the 2nd TD & seriously doubt he scores on the 3rd.
  7. Those TD runs weren't gimmies. People might want to watch them again (especially the 2nd & 3rd). Plenty of RBs wouldn't score on them. Most RBs would've gotten a good chunk of yardage (2nd & 3rd), but his speed/burst allowed him to get into the end zone. Gibson eats up defensive angles & he's strong. The scary part is he's still got a lot of headroom as a developing runner & a ton of upside as a receiver.
  8. So you're talking about a random 1st? Gibson is worth quite a bit more than that, IMO.
  9. Personally, I'm holding out a fair bit of hope he'll be a stud. In fact, I sort of expect it. Ruggs' releases are pretty slick, good route runner, & he can pluck the ball. Just about everything is there but situation. I expect that to change at some point.
  10. It's puzzling, but there's no reason in hell Ruggs can't be AT LEAST a quality FF WR in time. I'm convinced he will be (& very likely more). Great buy-low candidate in dynasty leagues. His owners aren't likely to give up on him yet, but you might be able to work a bigger deal where you have to pay less on his actual value & more along the lines of his real-time value.
  11. Gibson with a nice game. Looked good, too. For one, he's hard to get on the ground. Two, he eats up defensive angles. Such a high, high ceiling considering he's hardly tapped into his receiving upside I believe Gibson will eventually be a FF stud (maybe a monster), especially as Washington's offense improves.
  12. Right answer: Something else should've been done to even out the trade instead of one team tanking (potentially affecting the playoff race). Tanking can never be a condition in a deal. Furthermore, all conditions need to be stipulated at the time of the trade or it's incomplete. Lots of options to make a legitimate deal (draft pick, player added/player swap, etc.). Plenty of ways to do it without potentially screwing other teams. It's never ok to fudge your starting lineup.
  13. Surprised this is even a discussion at FBG. The gymnastics required to legitimize sitting Thomas for Mattison (with a healthy Cook) is pretty entertaining, LOL. There were probably dynamics at play which made them want to do the trade now instead of waiting until after they play each other (like maybe a trade deadline), but that's just too bad. You can't allow not starting your best lineup (EVER). The simple reason is it can affect other teams (i.e., the playoff race). Crime committed & league integrity at stake here.
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