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  1. Tyreek Hill. He is a #### human being and he will never appear on a roster of mine, no matter how far he falls. I play FF for enjoyment and I get zero joy out of cheering for such a monstrous turd person. I can and have won without him
  2. Fair enough. I wanted the flexibility to be in or out this coming year. The league is turning into an arm’s race with all 3 orphans tanking and 4 other teams being awful. This guy was the only losing team who wanted to be a buyer and the return wasn’t awful
  3. 12 team PPR SF Give Kamara and Boyd Get Chase and 22 1st I am defending the title this year, he took over an orphan that was 1.01 last year. He’s improved the team a lot but he’s addicted to trading and he’s likely going to miss the playoffs. I know it’s a sell low on Kamara but this league has had a bunch of orphans so the league’s competitive balance is quite skewed. The 6 playoff teams are the only ones who are competitive, all the others are tear downs. Couldn’t find any other takers for Kamara and I’d rather be out a year early before his value is on the constant decline. I figure I lost by about a 2nd, pretty much the value of Boyd
  4. Why are you even here posting about it. That’s a smash accept in 1 QB
  5. If we’re talking teams allowing the rules to be broken, any of the top 3 teams in this year’s draft would be great choices.
  6. Really more of a brag to show that sometimes all you need to do is offer 12 team ppr sf, I’m defending the title and he is rebuilding Give 1.05 Get Russell Wilson There wasn’t even a conversation. I offered blindly expecting to be rebuffed, he accepted without a word a few days later
  7. 14 team PPR SF Gave: Russell Wilson, Chubb, Juju Got: 1.02, 1.09, Dobbins My team was and is still in rough shape with depth and needs to rebuild. Picks seemed like they would be easier to parlay into depth than the players
  8. The spread being the league average. If you're top half in point in a given week, you get a victory point. If you win your H2H, you get a victory point. Top 4 victory points go to the playoffs, top 2 remaining with the highest total points make the playoffs also. It makes things interesting. I'm the top team with 4 H2H losses but I've beat the spread every time. The 2nd place team only has 1 loss but has been under the spread 3 times. I ultimately come out on top with high total points. One team is going to make the playoffs with an 11-15 record but he's 3rd in total points and won the ship last year with a similar record. Highly recommend this way of doing things
  9. I have a league where we count H2H for one victory point a week but you also get another for beating the spread. 4 teams make the playoffs on victory points, the last two are the highest remaining total points. Really helps to weed out the pretenders
  10. I disagree with this. Any time I've ever take a player with the intention of trading him has backfired. Good teams make the right picks at the top of the draft but great teams trade back and acquire more value, then use their later picks wisely. Last year, depending on the level of love players were getting in your league, you could've picked Metcalf, Deebo, AJB, Hock, or Fant in that late 1st range. The year before that it could've been DJ Moore, Sutton, Ridley or Lamar. Yes there are land mines back there but if you trust yourself to make the right picks, moving back and acquiring more value is the right move. That said, totally would've held the 1.02 until closer to the draft. This trade or one similar could easily have been done 4-5 months from now. Someone always falls in love with the new hotness at the top
  11. I think I speak for everyone when I say that I expect him to get the full workload in a way that Jacobs has yet to and for Booker to be an rb1 despite being below average talent
  12. I made a similar trade a week or two after his first injury and another just a week and half ago Sutton, Hollywood, mid 21 1st for Thomas and late 21 2nd Jeudy, late 21 1st, 22 1st for Thomas, Gallman, and 22 2nd It’s probably not the best time to have cashed out on him but on teams that are going to badly miss the playoffs because of the hole he left until th, you have to do something proactive
  13. Since Dak went down, Gibson has outscored Zeke by 5 ppg in ppr and that’s before this last week’s explosion from Gibson and weak fart from Zeke. Zeke has been an RB1 this season on the back of those first 5 weeks with Dak. A depleted o-line and crap qb situation mean that taking on Zeke is worse than taking on an IR player because at least you don’t try to start the IR player. Zeke is unstartable with Dalton and losing his two tackles. I get that it’s dynasty but this isn’t the offseason we’re talking here, it’s not value in a vacuum. There are live points to be had. Maybe you and others value them differently but on a champion hopeful team, I’ll take the value of Gibson now vs the value of Zeke later. And let’s be honest, Gibson probably hasn’t peaked in value yet either. RBs with decent rookie years always get the big bump in the offseason before year 2. Remember how Miles Sanders was going in the fricken 2nd round of start ups mid and late summer? Very good chance that that is Gibson this time around
  14. I understand that. I firmly believe that Zeke’s dynasty value will match or exceeds Gibson’s again as we get into the offseason. However, points now matter and as a top 2 seed trying to win it all, they may even matter the most. I will regret it if I don’t come away with a title but that’s the risk. As an additional piece of info, I had just traded for Gibson the week before there. Mixon for Gibson and an early 2nd in a 14 team ppr. So I kind of feel like I’m playing with funny money anyway
  15. I was offered Zeke straight up for Gibson and since my team is competitive, I slammed decline without a second thought. Welcome to 2020
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