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  1. It happens often. "Similar" H/W/S guys with limited production, for one reason or another, don't make it every year. From a similar production standpoint, Marcus Davis and Mark Harrison from last year come to mind, but they weren't even selected. Josh Morgan, Jerry Porter, Will Franklin and Kelley Washington are others that I recall that were drafted fairly high. Though not as explosive, Nick Toon is another higher profile guy that hasn't made much noise with similar production and physical metrics to Moncrief. On the flip side, there have been a ton of guys with a similar athletic profile and
  2. Finished cutting up 4 more of his games from 2013: vs Washington State vs Utah vs San Diego State vs USC
  3. Just took my first stab at doing a video cut-up. I'll do an updated version as soon as I buy the license....the ad shows at times during the video. I'm going to do a few more before I purchase it to see if I can get faster and improve my editing. The first player I did was WR Antwan Goodley of Baylor. Antwan Goodley vs Iowa State (2013)
  4. I just finished our yearly one round Devy Draft in one of my leagues. I thought some folks might find the results interesting: 1 - Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin (Me) 2 - Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina 3 - Nelson Agholor, WR, USC 4 - Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State 5 - Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss 6 - Duke Johnson, RB, Miami 7 - Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State 8 - Jalen Strong, WR, Arizona State 9 - Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State 10 - Thomas Tyner, RB, Oregon 11 - Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU 12 - Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama 13 - Marquez North, WR, Tennessee 14 - Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland (
  5. It's not current and the data isn't up to date, but I posted a really simple WR study last year. Matthews was included in the elite category. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IPawJ_J3AOpHhSKolqSdri_mr7YbDKgBQxEAGK2E4Vo/pub I've modified this A LOT since it was posted, but I haven't finished preparing it to reflect the changes.
  6. I posted this in the IDP thread but some may have an interest in it since it combine related. Keep in mind that I'm a complete amateur but I just finished my first part of a Pass Rusher study that is completely driven by non-subjective metrics. https://docs.google....cO2KclaC-OY/pub Once the combine wraps up, I'm going to include this year's guys in it and see where they stand.....looking for the next great pass rusher.
  7. Tulsa WR Keyarris Garrett developing well. He's a true Soph.
  8. My first year participating, and it was a lot of fun. Like most others, I'll need a lot of luck. Tom Brady $30 Andrew Luck $11 Doug Martin $21 Stevan Ridley $16 Ben Tate $12 Robert Turbin $6 Bernard Scott $4 Jonathan Dwyer $4 Cedric Benson $3 Justin Forsett $2 Taiwan Jones $2 Julio Jones $23 Brandon Lloyd $18 Torrey Smith $16 Pierre Garcon $14 Kendall Wright $6 Donald Jones $4 Louis Murphy $2
  9. From Evan Silva of Rotoworld: http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/40825/179/re-watch-ponder-dhb-gettis?pg=2 "Panthers wide receiver David Gettis Brandon LaFell is often talked up as a 2012 breakout candidate, but it was 2010 sixth-round pick David Gettis playing ahead of LaFell two years ago, when both were rookies. (LaFell was drafted three rounds before Gettis.) Gettis opened 2011 training camp as the Panthers' starter opposite Steve Smith. Unfortunately, Gettis tore his left ACL on August 10 and missed the entire season. Gettis turned in a pair of 90-plus yard performances as a rookie,
  10. It's going to be interesting to see how Gettis looks. Since he had more production than LaFell as rookies, I went back and watched a few games where Gettis put up some stats. Before, I was under the impression he was nothing more than a vertical / RZ guy. It's my opinion, but I was actually surprised not to mention impressed at his ability to run an effective route. Against the 49ers and with the exception of one ugly drop in the endzone, he made their CBs look foolish. If he's healthy, it should be an interesting camp battle. I'd like to see Pilares do something as well.
  11. Hiya BSS. :)Dunno, honestly. Their rankings are just a few apart. I know SJax will be a workhorse the next 2 years with Fisher as HC, and I don't know what we'll get the next 2 years with Beanie (R Williams) or Spiller (F Jackson). Do I create a team to win now, and trust my ability to find what I need the next few years to replace SJax, or do I create a team with timeshare guys and not win because of that, and by the time their situations become clearer maybe they'll never be studs? Youth is great if the production is going to be there but my confidence in that is iffy with both those gu
  12. It's probably been mentioned, but Trailer Park Boys is a must see. Start with Season 1.
  13. Living in Utah, I watched quite a bit of him. It is hard for me to write off his value, because he was a monster against other college players. I liked him more than Luke Staley (another BYU RB), who won the Doak Walker award. That said, I don't have any hope for the guy, in the NFL. He just doesn't have enough burst to get anything beyond the initial hole, if there. Even big guys like Brandon Jacobs need burst, and we are seeing what happens when it starts to fade. The one positive is that the Bears liked him enough to use a pretty good draft pick on him - a 4th if I remember correctly.
  14. The Bears picked Harvey Unga of BYU last year in the Supplemental Draft. Unfortunately, he got hurt and was placed on IR. He's on my Taxi Squad in my league, and I was wondering if anyone had any information on him? I can't seem to find anything current.
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