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BoomGoesTheDynamite

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  1. Gave: Deebo Samuel and Zach Wilson Got: Justin Herbert 1QB league, my team is pretty deep so I wanted to upgrade my QB depth to go along with Russell Wilson and the other team needed WR help. I'm high on Zach Wilson but Herbert is already there.
  2. I got him earlier this week at 2.9 in a 12 team-1QB league rookie/free agent draft that has 1 IR spot. I'm going to stash him for the year on the IR spot
  3. I think you have to start him today, he's too talented to leave on the bench.
  4. 10th ranked WR so far this year in my 1/2 PPR league and thats coming off a down game. Care to share your predictions for the season?
  5. Its an old picture since Gordon's back tattoo is much larger that these days.
  6. doesn't get cheaper than your last pick before K/Def...look back at your drafts from last year and see who you drafted in the last few rounds and how well they worked out. I don't know if I read this right, so to be sure, I asked you for a link (example) of getting him for free and you responded with an example of spending a draft pick on him. Do I have that right? He's on the waiver wire in my 12 team 21 roster spot dynasty league.
  7. I have about 6 months left on my contact and the best I could do was $210 for Sunday Ticket Max, so $130 discount. First offer was $290 for max but then they lowered it to $5 off a month plus free Max upgrade. Not great but I'll take it since I'm still under contract.
  8. Not sure where you get your information, but he was never on roids. Might want to check your source. Sherman was suspended for steroids and won on appeal due to a technicality. It worked for Ryan Braun for a while too. link As we all know most empty cups have steroids in them. Add in the fact that a bunch of Seahawks players have been popped and its pretty obvious to most people.
  9. And also remember, he reinjured it on a fall trying to make a catch and prolly again after he was body slamming friends at a club. I'm not certain that reinjured i being an idiot, as I am not a doctor, but I'm just going out on a limb and saying that could not of helped it heal faster. He is injury prone, he just is, its not debatable or even an argument. Does any one remember he had a neck injury in college as well?He didn't miss a regular season game until last year. I think you're overstating it a bit here.
  10. The OP stated that it would have been his 30th birthday so its not that random.
  11. Protect the franchises? The two best players in the NBA over the last decade didn't go to college.It worked for Kobe, Lebron, Garnett and some others. But there are many more Korleone Young, Jonathan Bender, Leon smith, Kwame Brown, Eddy Curry, DeSagana Diop, Darius Miles, Ousmane Cisse, Ndubi Ebi, James Lang, and others.So how is that different from any other draft pick?Didn't say it was different. I don't think Lebron and Kobe's success should be the reason to break down barriers to eliminate the 1 and done or allow NFL players to declare whenever they want. There are plenty of other reasons though.The barrier to break down in the NBA has only been around for about 6 years. International players are not subject to the same rules either so it's really not about their age. The NBA and NFL just want a free development league, nothing more nothing less.
  12. Protect the franchises? The two best players in the NBA over the last decade didn't go to college.It worked for Kobe, Lebron, Garnett and some others. But there are many more Korleone Young, Jonathan Bender, Leon smith, Kwame Brown, Eddy Curry, DeSagana Diop, Darius Miles, Ousmane Cisse, Ndubi Ebi, James Lang, and others.So how is that different from any other draft pick?
  13. Then I want all schools including Notre Dame to stop using the word Irish.thats not the same. there aren't groups of people wanting notre dame to stop using the word irish. it doesn't offend anyone. in fact, as ar as i know, people of irish decent like that connection. if they did then yes, it would be in the same group. likewise, if native americans were okay with the redskins term, we wouldn't be an issue.it's up to them to decide if it is an offensive term or not. it is not up to me or you (assuming you are not of native american decent) Not true. My father and I are both Irish....and we find the term "fighting Irish" deeply offensive....don't understand how people can consider it acceptable.I think most Irish people like it, I know I do. Are people upset about the fighting Illini? I just don't see why the term fighting is negative in the context of sports. People may argue that it's a stereotype of the Irish drinking but that is your own bias coming into play.
  14. Congrats on the dumbest post possible.I'm usually against changing team names but the redskins is probably the only one that should change.
  15. So far Russell has led them to 12th place in the NFC (and that's only thanks to a botched ruling). That's not a playoff team.I'm not saying that Seattle is a playoff team but they are 2-2 and are tied for 8th in the NFC with a bunch of other teams. I assume that the Packers, Giants, Redskins, and the loser of the Cowboys/Bears game are also not a playoff team as well by this logic? Wilson hasn't been good this season but he's a rookie and for all anyone knows Flynn could have been the 2011 version of Kevin Kolb. Being on an NFL roster doesn't guarentee future success.
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