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  1. He has quite a few whiffs, and some bigger I think, than Butler... but he also has a good list of hits as well as some nice value pulls from deeper in the drafts. What's great is he has a pretty consistent process year to year and breaks down the skill categories in such a way that you can pretty easily see why he thinks any given player is good/bad. So you can take that and just look at the tape to see if you agree on a point by point basis and go from there. His narrative on Sermon is basically that he's a do everything back with the on-field IQ, short area quicks, build, and efficient
  2. If it wasn't SF and 0.5PPR I'd stick with Keenan, especially if you had any kind of playoff hopes, but those two factors make this a pretty clear win to me. Congrats.
  3. I tried to find some information on the knee issues/surgeries last year but came up with nada. Has anyone seen anything on what exactly the diagnosis was and whether/when a full recovery is expected? I'm a fan of his grit playing through it last year, but I'm hoping he didn't aggravate the injuries or do any long term damage. Excited to see what he's capable of this year given it looks like everything is lining up in his favor.
  4. For sure. Too many Calvin Johnson comparisons.
  5. If you play SF... if you don't and you subtract the QB's from those ADP's, Sermon is averaging 1.09-1.10.
  6. I think you won this one by a slight margin in terms of consensus value; that said, I might be tempted to gamble on Chase + Williams/Waddle/Smith. If you're contending this year, this trade is probably the right move.
  7. Myfantasyleague allows you to see their ADP data for dynasty rookie drafts post-NFL draft here. It used to be better (you could select draft date ranges and you'd see how many drafts participated) but you can get a somewhat time relevant ADP for dynasty rookie drafts. You can't filter scoring beyond PPR/non-PPR or toggle SF/non-SF, but it's something. Looks like there's a lot of SF leagues drafting early.
  8. It used to be better (you could select draft date ranges and you'd see how many drafts participated) but you can get a somewhat time relevant ADP for dynasty rookie drafts at myfantasyleague.com. You can't filter scoring beyond PPR/non-PPR or toggle SF/non-SF, but it's something. Looks like there's a lot of SF leagues drafting early. If you take out the QB's Sermon is going neck and neck with E. Moore at 1.09-1.10 in drafts conducted post-NFL Draft.
  9. Agree with everything you're saying here. What sucks is it's starting to look like not only is he consistently going at the end of the 1st round but he's creeping even higher in some early drafts. 1.08: https://www64.myfantasyleague.com/2021/options?L=10447&O=17 1.13 but it's SF so basically 1.09: https://www74.myfantasyleague.com/2021/options?L=40544&O=17 1.10: https://www61.myfantasyleague.com/2021/options?L=63111&O=17 1.11: https://www73.myfantasyleague.com/2021/options?L=17844&O=17 Heck fantasypros has him at 1.13. I'm not going to be surprised
  10. WINNER David Montgomery - Justin Fields, Teven Jenkins, no RB's drafted An improved passing attack, run blocking, and the threat of Fields rushing should be a big help opening the up field for Monty.
  11. Hrmm. - Of the few pass attempts thrown, Lamar Jackson ranked bottom-10 in Accurate Pass% last year: Maybe he means passes completed? If so then yes, LJ's 2020 comp% was 64.4%. Still, that is within 2% of Mahomes, Herbert, and Brady. In 2019 it was 66.1% which was the 9th highest, basically tied with Wilson, Mahomes, and Ryan. If he means percentage of on target throws excluding spikes and throwaways, it's almost the exact same story. Seems like there's some spin on this tweet. Agreed that it's a low passing volume office (wonder how much of that was due to the level of
  12. WINNER Corey Davis - Zach Wilson QB-WR pair hand selected by the new OC, both of whom are strong at play action, for an offense that will use a lot of it. Davis can run the whole route tree and Wilson seems like a smart passer with the arm to make all those throws as well as the accuracy and confidence to put up jump balls and let his receiver fight for it (Davis 2nd ranked behind M.Thomas in contested catch % since 2019). Wilson relied heavily on mesh concepts last season, and Davis finished last year as PFF’s highest-graded receiver (92.8) on drag routes.
  13. Agreed but it'll be a relative better and it won't be fantasy friendly. There's just not enough targets to go around between Andrews, Brown, Bateman, and now Watkins too.
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