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  1. Did a start up last year, thought I had a somewhat competitive roster. Realized after some poor performances from some players that it was totally middling. So i decided after about 5-6 weeks to try and do a 1 year turnaround. 12 team, te prem ppr superflex Post draft roster; Lamar, Carr, Cousins, A. Smith, Mariota, K. Allen, Stidham Taylor, Carson, Swift, Breida, L. Perine, McFarland DJ Moore, Parker, Woods, Higgins, Edwards, G Davis, Hamler, Washington, V Jefferson, Coulter, J. Gordon Jonnu, OJ Howard, Albert O, Parham Acquired 2 extra 1's, a few ext
  2. Depends on rosters, its decent value both ways. I think JT is the best piece of this deal tho, so in a vacuum i lean that way
  3. Not sure its a correlation but, his receptions total and per game were up pretty big, and he played 3 less games. So maybe it was a slight change in the offensive approach possibly? Oline issues? Lack of a super stud WR making running lanes a little narrower? https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/travis-etienne-1.html
  4. I agree. Thats why I dont think it was as terrible as a couple others did, even tho I have an opinion on how I wouldve done the deal.
  5. Yeah I agree with all of this. It was a bit light IMO, and on every calc i looked at. Most peoples opinion on Kittle in this league is he is border line un tradeable. Not sure I agree with that sentiment, but he is a top asset in this format, and its light by a 1st or equivalent in my eyes. Im not that high on Damien Harris, or any pats RB so he doesnt really add much to the deal IMO, but I guess he is a flex play some weeks. Ultimately this looks like one of those 1 and 4 for 2 and 3 deals, in terms of the order of the asset value. They are common and usually on the surface look to
  6. Yes I think its fine. I see both sides. I prefer Kittle as well because he is at this point the best piece in the deal, but there isnt anything especially egregious imo. His team had holes everywhere and ETN is almost automatically his RB2 after Mixon after this deal, and tbh, Pittman might be an every week wr3/flex player on his squad at this point. Guy getting kittle was champ last year and the uproar was mostly about giving his team more top tier assets in return for what was depth on the champs team.
  7. 12 team superflex te prem ppr, not involved just curious what you guys think since it stirred up quite the storm in our group chat Team A got : ETN, Pittman Team B got: Kittle, D. Harris
  8. 12 team superflex te prem ppr Gave- Najee, Sermon, Chark, 2x'22 2nds (both likely late) Got- Saquon, Bateman, '22 3rd (likely very early)
  9. Not really a big need anywhere really. QB is maybe the biggest need with watsons situation, RB next prolly Roster here: Watson/wentz/hurts/dalton Kamara/Chubb/Akers/JRob/Murray Adams/Aiyuk/Lamb/Higgins/Fuller/Cooks/Mims Waller/L. Thomas/Trautman So decently solid, no real holes. Just not sure two darts is better than 1 better dart
  10. 1 qb, TE premium PPR 1.05 or 1.06 + 1.12? Seems like an easy accept, but for me the drop off after 5 is dramatic Harris, Chase, Pitts, ETN, Javonte in some order is how I would have it. more than likely choosing between ETN and Javonte there, so 1 of them or Devonta/Waddle and something like Elijah Moore/Terrace Marshall/ QB? Thoughts?
  11. Javonte Williams or Diontae Johnson ppr, who you got
  12. Best case scenario is TT is the taysom hill of Jax. Which would be fine, if Urban Meyer was Sean Payton
  13. unforgivably bad is a bit hyperbolic, but the talent at other positions of need that were on the board there mad much more sense. I find it hard to believe that even if they were drafting BPA that ETN was the pick there, but maybe for them he was. Just strange strategy to have wanted Toney who is a gadget player and presumably his Percy Harvin/Curtis Samuel type role player, and then take ETN as a consolation. They pass on a couple corners at 25 to take a corner at 33 who has played 3 years and has 1 int. Pass on Friermuth 2x in the 2nd, just to sign tebow who wont make the opening day roster.
  14. Yeah thats my point. its decent or slightly above average when you include the TLaw pick... The ETN pick is unforgivably bad. Holes everywhere on that team, and they go RB. Also allegedly Meyer wanted Toney. Which is also not a good prospect or a need really. Drafted a few guys coming off knee injuries. How many times did that work out for you in SF Baalke?
  15. man, Meyer is so bad This is so dumb, and when you factor in how poorly they drafted, yikes
  16. https://www67.myfantasyleague.com/2021/home/30809#1 https://www68.myfantasyleague.com/2021/home/64549#1 https://www56.myfantasyleague.com/2021/home/33133#1 https://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/leagues/310917/drafts
  17. Got him at 3.7 in a 12 team super flex league. I feel like he fell a bit because of the AR12 issues rn, I was happy with him at that spot
  18. If something like - J williams to SF, Elijah Moore to Chargers, and Marshall to Chiefs in Rd 2 happens, are any of them moving drastically up after the day 1 landing spots?
  19. This is a solid point but J Rob also had literally 99% of the volume or something crazy like that. This muddys the water a ton for both in terms of opportunities they might get. If they are both really efficient they could be contributors to your fantasy team, but their value just dropped a lot from any ideal scenario
  20. For who? certainly not the lions in this scenario.
  21. This I think its unlikely Chi, or WFT can move up to the 6-7 spot, I would assume the Panthers arent in the market for a qb at this point in rd 1, although its not out of the question. So that makes 9 a very decent spot for one of Lance or Fields to fall assuming SF takes Jones. Whichever one of these qbs falls to 9, they are going to take them.
  22. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/nfl-mock-draft-2021-49ers-give-the-nod-to-justin-fields-broncos-make-surprise-grab-at-no-9/ "Yes, the Bengals would do well to go after former LSU weapon La'Marr Chase -- who also helped propel Joe Burrow to a national championship, a Heisman and the No. 1-overall pick last season -- but the team doesn't need a reminder of how quickly their fortunes can tank if Burrow gets injured. For that reason, send them Sewell, an all-world specimen who can protect as either a left tackle or guard." "experts"
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