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  1. Nope. Also frustrating is that you can seemingly win (or lose) the auction, and still not be notified of what the final result was. If you got outbid, or if the auction was cancelled, you have no way of knowing. Your bids disappear from you history. The other day, I had the high bid on a team (nothing amazing, your average orphan) until the last minute with the reserve price met. When the auction seemingly ended, it didn't appear in my Inbox. Within 24 hours the team was put back up for listing. Apparently the seller didn't like the final price and cancelled it at
  2. I'm sure it happens, but I doubt too many people are looking to buy a team, make a few moves, then sell it. The reason I say that is because when you buy a team, you pay the 2022 league deposit. So if you buy a "$250" team for $200, you'd have to get it to sell for $300 (not to mention transaction fees) to at least break even. And a few weeks earlier, it didnt sell for near that. FFPC would love these transactions - multiple deposits collected on 1 team before the season even starts!
  3. Well for the record it was 1.07 😁 And I would consider trading Hopkins plus 1.07 for 1.01 in the right situation - for instance if I love the rookie at 1.01 and I'm relatively indifferent between what's there at 1.07 and my 2nd round pick ( or if i have extra picks etc.). Long winded way of saying it didn't seem so bad to me and I could work with that guy.
  4. Dang. I was hoping you'd say sophomore year 😁 Thanks!
  5. 58 pages with what I assure is good info. So, at when should I start reading this and beginning the process based on my kids grade?
  6. Why? Seems like other owners with differing values on players are exactly who you should be looking to trade with.
  7. I would consider buying him if I needed a second RB and my squad was devoid otherwise. Today I'd pay a 3rd for him. If he's gets through free agency unscathed, I'd go mid/late 2nd. If he gets through the draft with only day-3 competition added, I'd go mid/early 2nd. If I have a few RB2s already, I'd add a round to each of the above scenarios.
  8. I've noticed on that site that the crazy* bids are not always for the best "win now" teams, or even for teams that I'd consider the best mix of young talent + competing roster. Rather, the big bids can be for a team with say J. Jefferson, Cam Akers, 3x 1st round picks, and utter garbage elsewhere. As fun as a fresh team is, I wouldn't overpay for that chance to build. Seeing those types of bids would make me want to run an experiment where I take an average team, and sell it all for future 1sts. Just load up and place said team on the site for auction. Even though the overall v
  9. Unless i have one of the top 6 QBs, I'm keeping Hurts and crossing my fingers. You can always pick up a D. Carr or Cousins week 3.
  10. Faust provides an amazing service and is probably the most valuable poster in the shark pool. Please don't compare what you do to what Faust does.
  11. I give Zeke and Tyreek. I get Diggs and W. Fuller and G. Tate
  12. Lions new owner isn't really that new. Same family. And they aren't really dysfunctional. They're just not good.
  13. Maybe they'll recast Superman, Batman,, Flash, & Cyborg with less annoying actors? Worth a shot.
  14. Yup. As much as CEH drafted crushed Williams value, Williams' return will crush (what's left of) CEH's value.
  15. I can't speak to the worst actor part, but she was definitely not the worst character. That honor goes to every character in the Twilek (sp) prison break episode from season 1. Excluding Bill Burr's character who ended up being solid in season 2.
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