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  1. Darrell Henderson, Mecole Hardman.....the list goes on
  2. He is the first person to be drafted by an NFL team that was born this century. Makes me feel so old!
  3. Yeah, bit of a blow to Higgins owners, drafting Chase. Will be interesting to see how the targets are shared out between Chase, Higgins and Boyd next season. Could be like Pittsburgh this season where Juju, Johnson and Claypool were all fantasy starters, but none really cemented a WR1 role. Long-term you have to think Chase emerges as the leader of group though.
  4. Yeah, in most cases you make this trade. I guess if you feel that you have a strong enough team to win it all then Najee Harris will score less than Henry this year and weaken your hand a little.. You might have a serviceable QB already that Jackson doesn't represent much, if any, of an upgrade to e.g. Ryan, Stafford etc.
  5. Happily I won a couple of leagues last season, one of which with a very "win now" roster. In fact, its a bit of miracle I did win, that monster Davante Adams Week 16 performance pipping a much stronger opponent to the post. So, what to do now with a rather ageing team? I wondered whether a rebuild approach is a better alternative. Here's a quick breakdown of the roster. Its SuperFlex and TE Premium (1.5 PPR) QB: Wentz, Roethlisberger, Brees, Brissett, Love RB: Jacobs, Gurley, Hyde, Coleman, Michel WR: Adams, Cooper, Woods, Higgins, Hilton, Corey Davis, Agholor T
  6. Break the trade down: 1.01 for Wilson. Wilson is worth more over the next 2-3 seasons. Beyond that, sure, Lawrence is worth more but its not really wise to base trades on such long timeframes. Diggs for Golladay. Diggs is worth more based purely on talent and QB. But its not a huge gap, Diggs probably had a career year and Golladay could be a low WR1/ high WR2 again 2.1 for Sanders. There's no comparison here, the running backs at 2.1 are just dart throws. For every Antonio Gibson there will be slew of misses or, at best, rotational guys. Will Gainwell, Sermon or Carter be any
  7. I managed to win two Championships and a runners-up in the 3 dynasty leagues I play in. I guess that's a pretty good endorsement for FBG @Joe Bryant. Thank-you @Jordan McNamara and @Chad Parsons for your great Dynasty podcast and other subscribers content. My two winning teams were: 12 team Super-Flex Dynasty, PPR and TE Premium that was a start-up this season. I decided to go completely "win now" QB: Brees, Roethlisbeger RB: Jacobs, Gurley WR: Adams, Cooper, Woods TE: Kelce D/ST: Rams 12 team Dynasty, PPR. 3rd year, had an incredible rook
  8. League winner for me. No other player has had such over-achieving performances these last two weeks.
  9. Sadly, as a Colts fan, I have to agree. The drive that started on the Colts 5, after that great goal-line stand, was all Taylor and the Steelers came back and scored. But after that, Rivers was forcing the ball when Taylor could have slowed the game down.
  10. I'm in a similar position. Gurley was my RB2 and is now unplayable. I'm going with Ty Johnson over Sony Michel and Carls Hyde. Really not expect to win a ring in this league, much better chances in my other two finals.
  11. Great for the international audience, a prime-time game at 8:30pm on a weekday. 😀
  12. I just traded a 1st (likely 1.09 or lower) and Marquise Brown for him in a dynasty PPR league. Feeling pretty good about it, his targets are so high he should have no issue remaining a low-end WR1 this season and next, as Herbert also emerges as a QB1. Ironically I have Mike Williams in that league too, who has consistently been boom-bust but tends to boom when Allen is out. So nice to have the hand-cuff there.
  13. Put bluntly, most people think he's a clown. Some of his comments on domestic and international topics beggar belief. The outcome of this will impact us on post-Brexit trade agreements, as well as our other economic influence, COVID, Climate Change etc. Read this, if you're interested. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54803338
  14. I'm 100% British, wife is American. But I know of many people who have no such ties or allegiance yet the the same level interest. Been discussing it with customers on every Teams call I've had this morning. It's the one of the most defining political events of our generation.
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