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Johnny B. Goode

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  1. 49 minutes ago, davearm said:

    That pretty well sums it up for redraft.

    The success the Ravens had with Ingram last year kinda puts Dobbins third on this list I think.  Really love the talent but the ADP is just too rich for my blood I'm afraid.

    Do you think so? I’m not so sure. 

    Akers has the least competition by far, but the worst OL and worst QB of all 3. Swift probably has the second best scenario, but not as good of an offense or QB as Dobbins. Dobbins has the #1 rushing offense in the league and an older vet ahead of him who he is already pushing for time. If Ingram wasn’t there, he could be the top rookie rb in 2020. Ingram isn’t a huge barrier to me, but I do understand/agree he is a risky 2020 play. I’m just not sure he’s behind those other 2 so clearly. Maybe Swift considering the ADP

  2. 2 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

    Funny, I don’t remember anything you’ve ever posted ok this forum by comparison, so at least my posts are interesting I guess.

    i’ve never been afraid to comment on a player in the moment. Sometimes I’m right, sometimes I’m wrong. I expect to be right and wrong more in the future so maybe just accept that.  It happens to the best of us.

    but thanks for noticing - I’m flattered. 

    They might be interesting but not in a good way. it’s clear you shoot from the hip, so to speak. If you’re going to do that, don’t be bent out of shape when someone brings it up as a lighthearted joke

  3. 1 minute ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

    That’s because they didn’t have anyone step up, not because they don’t use TEs.

    chicken & the egg. When they have personnel they utilize the position. like when they had Hernandez & Gronk, and subsequently just Gronk. 

    So then your statement is still wrong, they don’t lean on TEs, and it’s not just finding who the move TE is. 

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  4. Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

    I’m high on Hurst in ATL as well.  I think he’s an athletic, fluid receiver who runs good routes. Atlanta leans on tight ends. If he sees over 100 targets I think he finishes top 5 easily. 

    Does Atlanta lean on TEs as much as NE does? Lol

    ATLs TE good resume only goes back 2 seasons. Before that you have to go to Tony Gonzalez to find a TE that they leaned on. 

  5. 10 hours ago, Dr. Octopus said:

    It's unbelievable to me how many people seem to be openly rooting for a disaster

    This. If anyone here was rooting for any poster who had their own company to go out of business, or for FBGs to go out of business, they would be said to be monsters, and would probably face a ban, but, you know,... “millionaires and billionaires”... 

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  6. 6 hours ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:


    I’d appreciate not having others speak for me or misrepresent my sentiments towards any player, thanks. Maybe you should focus more on the topics and less on me.💡 


    Just pointing out that you were glass 100% full most of last season. We can go back and quote how you were touting his lack of carries/volume as a barrier. It’s interesting when even the guy banging that drum last season, preaching on low sample sizes near the end of the season, is not so high anymore.

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  7. 47 minutes ago, Just Win Baby said:

    Sure, but they added Lamb, which seems to cancel out a lot of that. Jarwin had 41 targets last season... if he plays well and stays healthy, I expect a big increase, but who knows if he can handle 100 targets?

    There is a very short list of teams with 3 players over 100 targets and one of those being a tight end. I don’t see 100 targets possible at all just based off statistics if we think Cooper and Gallup get 100 targets, but as said above, he doesn’t need 100 to be fantasy relevant. 70-80 would be plenty. 

    I’d be more worried about McCathys tendency to not use his TE more than anything 

  8. 6 hours ago, JFS171 said:


    What am I missing?  

    The 2.01 pick.
    Sounds like the starters are AJ Green and Higgins on the outsides, Boyd in the slot. Ross #4. Tate #5. The 7th option in the Bengals offense is not a major buy in my opinion 

  9. 5 minutes ago, rockaction said:

    How did you guys get Dobbins out of a 2010 1st round pick? I have no clue what that offer even means...

    He asked what he could do to move Henry. I suggested a rookie RB and a 2nd next year. Dobbins isn’t a bad target because he doesn’t have a lot of hype, and he is likely 2nd string for at least some of the season. 

    Thinmint said it was too light, and even the guy who he just traded with offered his 2021 (typo, unless he honestly offered the guy he drafted round 1 in 2010) and said that was too light. Yes, a random 2021 1st is too light, but a top 2, maybe 3 pick is probably about what his going rate is. I’d rather have Dobbins than any RB next year. I’d rather have Dobbins than Henry easy

  10. 51 minutes ago, RushHour said:

    Too light? I think you'd have a hard time finding a Dobbins owner who would do that trade. A lot of people would rather have Dobbins straight up.

    I wouldn’t trade my Dobbins for Henry, no way. A year from now Dobbins could very well >>>>> Henry

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  11. 10 hours ago, hispeedthinmint said:

    Has anyone seen any Derrick Henry trades in dynasty PPR lately? Curious on his value

    You really need to subscribe to DFL...

    trade finder: 

    2021 1st and Montgomery for Henry

    1.05 and 1.16 for Henry

    2021 1, 2, 3 for Henry

    Sanders for Henry and Shenault

    Kamara for Henry

    you may think Dobbins + 2021 2nd is too light but that’s Henry’s value (picks 5 and 16 is about right too). It’s not astronomical. You’re better off holding if you are looking to cash out at a higher level than 1.03 + 2021 2nd value. As you can see above... Montgomery and a 1st, Id rather have Henry but that’s Henry’s value 

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