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  1. 4th round rookie tight end is zero threat to his snaps assuming health. Assuming health is the thing here. Mo is a complete beast when on the field both blocking and receiving.
  2. They think Smith is a WR4 rookie year. Funny that they also say he's a winner. Last year the top WR4 had less than 900 yards. That's not going to gain you a lot of dynasty value. Seems to align with my thinking, other than calling it a win.
  3. I don't think there is a specific loser, I'm guessing it's going to be spread around a decent amount just like last year. If Hurts is closer to 4000 yards passing (using 16 game thinking still) than 3000 I think it might not be too bad. If not, their leading WR probably has 800 yards.
  4. I really don't know, you could be right. It is entirely speculation. I was just thinking they could have gotten their QB cheaper in hindsight. Excellent question on whether it would have been cheaper to get specifically Lance in hindsight.
  5. How is that offense going to support the weapons it has? I think we're dividing up 3,000 ish pass yards between all of the weapons. Ertz is even still there. Maybe Hurts is going to throw for more than I think... I don't know.
  6. I mean they could have easily traded up to one of those teams. Like Dallas. Philly doens't have 12 if they don't trade with them.
  7. OK. Well their BMI is not about the same. Brown 24.85 and Bateman 25.8 Bateman had an 18.8 BOA. Brown BOA was 21.3. Not even close as far as prospect profiles. With all due respect, I wouldn't be bragging about my process that had Marquise Brown anywhere near Bateman.
  8. Survivorship bias. And 5'10" 186 is a lot different than 5'9" 166. Bateman isn't ideal size but he isn't FAR below size thresholds either. His profile isn't destroyed by the lower weight the way Brown's is. Brown never had an NFL body.
  9. I wouldn't extrapolate that, but I guess that's just my opinion. We'll have to see how this works out. The Eagles aren't going to project for the type of offense that supports a ton of passing game weapons.
  10. Sure. What makes you think the Eagles passing offense will surpass Baltimores?
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