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  1. Hunh...I thought the op might have felt Landry side was the winner. I need to go make some offers for him. Probably goes to a better situation leaving Miami.
  2. I'm sorry, what's so bad about this trade? It looks like the most balanced one in the thread. Did one of them get hurt?
  3. Regarding LMurray, one thing I learned the hard way last year is that when there is some doubt surrounding a RBs role, it might be best to wait until after the draft to make attempts to acquire, no matter how impressive they might have played the previous season. Looking at the rapidly aging rb landscape last offseason, I made a push to acquire some promising young talent in my dynasty leagues BEFORE the draft. You can guess how my investments in Tre Mason, Denard Robinson and Brandon Oliver turned out.
  4. I don't think 9 receptions and 194 total yards is too bad as a primary option.
  5. Thrifty's ADP data (thanks thrifty, you rock) https://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?/topic/738724-dynasty-adp/ Pick value chart http://dynastyleaguefootball.com/2014/03/14/updated-rookie-trade-value-chart/ Not close. How are those remotely related? A great feature to playing in dynasty is that managers have their own values to players. Because of this, when initiating trade talks, I usually go to the most recent ADP values. If MartyB is valued at pick 21 and the 1.04 is valued at pick 56, then the perceived value is significantly off. Now does that mean the owner of MartyB valu
  6. By the way, being a heavily invested MartyB dyno owner, seeing his name on the front page during the 'off season' is rather unsettling.
  7. Thrifty's ADP data (thanks thrifty, you rock) https://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?/topic/738724-dynasty-adp/ Pick value chart http://dynastyleaguefootball.com/2014/03/14/updated-rookie-trade-value-chart/ Not close.
  8. Fixed. Antonio Brown is one of my personal favorites. I am ashamed to admit it, but I am kind of looking forward to seeing what MartyB can do as Ben's go to guy. MartyB is currently seen as a dyno wr2 by most of the ff community, off the field wise, what's the difference between him and Gordan right now? On the field, the only difference between him, DT, and AJ is that he is 3 years younger. What is a dyno wr3 or greater (for some) going for these days, a third round rookie pick? Give me Gordan for that price 7 days a week. Those are the move that can make a dynasty team with very little
  9. Couple others... Blackmon's done. DGB and Perriman are appropriate valued here IMO. However, I see them moving up significantly in the near future. Travis Benjamin is also intriguing. I can envision a couple scenarios where he will be a strong value going forward, I'm buying him as well.
  10. Thank you for updating your rankings. They are a useful tool I use in my dyno toolbox. Mr. Harstad, if u are still a fbg staff member, it would be greatly appreciated if you would update your dyno rankings on the website. My thoughts (What I'm doing at these prices): Mike Evans - I would have him behind Hopkins. To begin with, he has age and talent on his side but the real advantage he will have for, more likely than not, the rest of his career is the ability to play with a franchise qb who is going to target him relentlessly. (Buy) Dez Bryant - This ranking may be commensurate with his cu
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