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  1. The majority of the dynasty lgs I'm in are 50-60 man rosters with taxi squads, where I would hold on to someone like Sanu and Sanders. The one lg I'm in that we roster 25 I tend to ignore those types myself since there are usually serviceable guys on the wire. In the deeper lgs I tend to hold on to rb's and wr's for 2-3 years if they show any flashes at all. In the smaller lg I usually turn them over multiple times a year. I have dropped a few guys to soon but I usually make up for it by not keeping guys like Caroo and Treadwell wasting a roster spot.
  2. Got you. Makes sense to keep it that way as opposed to having to keep a separate trade value list. I have so many I forget which ones are which. I keep spreadsheets for all my dynasty teams with players color coded green, yellow, orange and red and change it as needed as we get closer to cutdown dates. Prob the only ones I find useful after I make them.
  3. He may be in a crowded corp but he is looking good in otas. I haven't missed a snap of Lsu football since the early 90's so I'm pulling for him. He certainly wont see worse Qb play than he did in college even with Bortless throwing the ball. https://jaguarswire.usatoday.com/2018/05/27/jimmy-smith-believes-d-j-chark-will-be-a-very-good-receiver-for-the-jags/ https://blackandteal.com/2018/05/29/dj-chark-is-the-right-fit-for-the-jacksonville-jaguars-wide-receiving-unit/ Hope he spends a little more time in the weight room to help him deal with press coverage and I'm sure McCardell will help refine the rest of his game.
  4. I certainly appreciate the time and effort you put in to share your thoughts. I like most of the rankings but I will ask, why put guys in places where you wouldn't draft them. Why not just move them down a few places or a tier where you would actually take them. You also have Watson in tier 4 and 5. Again thanks for sharing.
  5. Nice list can't believe I missed all those the first time round. Got them added and added a quick link to each position on the first post.
  6. Go to the add edit league page and unlink the team and then re-link it. It will prob ask you to log into your account for the hosting site.
  7. (RotoWire) New SF defensive coordinator Robert Saleh wants to use Lynch as a full-time lineman, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports. "Aaron, he's on the defensive line," said Saleh. "We're going to try to keep his hand in the ground at all times." Analysis: A 2014 fifth-round selection, Lynch has primarily operated as a pass-rushing outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, tallying 74 tackles and 14 sacks in 37 career games. The transition to a 4-3 scheme and a simpler role could help him rebound from an injury/suspension-marred 2016 season in which he managed only 13 tackles and 1.5 sacks in seven appearances. Still only 24 years old and listed at 6-foot-6, 270 pounds, Lynch should be able to make the transition to defensive end. Recent first-round selections Arik Armstead (2015) and DeForest Buckner (2016) figure to provide a stronger interior pass-rushing presence that will make life a bit easier for Lynch and the team's other outside rushers.
  8. Matt Miller - Bleacher Report Rob Rang - CBS Daniel Jeremiah - NFL.com Joel Klatt - Fox Pro Football Focus Charlie Campbell - Walter Football
  9. Preemptive Strike here. White shoes, white sideline. No clear evidence. After all these plays standing any coach that doesn't force their players to wear white shoes is an idiot.
  10. Romo played through a puncture lung a few years ago and didn't miss the next week. He was wearing a flack jacket for the next game which is much easier for a qb but It does show that depending on severity it can be a quick turn around.
  11. Another year and a half untill he becomes a free agent. I'm sure hes happy as hell he didn't get an extension done this offseason. Maybe they know they can't afford to sign him long term and trade him to save the 7 mil next season.
  12. I was holding out hope on that one but it was the right call. Proninja posted this in the game thread. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CvgTEoCVMAAvML8.jpg:large
  13. Don't know #$%^ about pokemon but this made me laugh http://www.memepile.com/pics/11496-o.png
  14. N.O. Saints 1.15 Kenny Vaccaro DB - Texas 3.13 Terron Armstead T - Arkansas Pine Bluff 3.20 John Jenkins DT - Georgia 5.11 Kenny Stills WR - Oklahoma 6.15 Rufus Johnson DE - Tarleton State Notable UDFA: Tim Lelito Josh Hill Still with the team: 4 Starters: 3 Potential Starters: 1 Positives: Vaccaro has proven himself after a bit of a sophomore slump and picked up as a 5th year option. I consider this a huge win for the Saints who have had a horrific time with Db evalutations in the past. Armstead has solidified his spot on the left side and is playing at Pro Bowl levels. Jenkins became a key part of the defensive line in 2015. Stills had a sizable role in the Wr rotation in both his seasons with the Saints and brought us back a reserve LB in Ellerbe and a 3rd round pick from Miami which turned into CB P.J. Williams who has starter potential if he can stay on the field. Tim Lelito made 13 starts in 2015, primarily at left guard and may have the inside track on a starting job in training camp and fellow UDFA TE Josh Hill has shown flashes, and signed to a 3 year extension, however he was outplayed by Ben Watson and will again take a back seat to new addition Coby Fleener but could be called upon to fill a starting role. Negatives: I would never consider a 6th rnd pick who is no longer with the team but still in the lg a negative so I would have to say besides only having 5 picks there really weren't any. Grade: B+
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