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  1. 57 minutes ago, SharkSwimmer said:

    No way!  If you look at his numbers over last four years, excluding last year because it was a statistical anomaly, Bell is a mid range RB2 because of his patience, vision, and receiving ability.

    All he needs is for a team with a top-5 O-line and other future Hall of Fame skill players around him to sign Bell, make him the offensive centerpiece, and feed him 20 touches per game.

    What a value in about the 6th round.  Then, when Bell signs for another $100 million, the fantasy team manager cashes in.  Baby Mommas 8-15 await!  (Their numbers in sequence, not in age).


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  2. On 7/4/2021 at 2:22 AM, jay_00 said:

    How in the world has this thread gone 3 pages for a guy no one wants to sign

    because he's just soooooo damn LOVEABLE!!1!111!1!11!

    (small excerpt from link)


    @leveonbell since you blocked me I guess we can talk on here because you only care what the public thinks! You’re the worst f–king human being on the planet you can’t even call yourself a man when you barley take care of the kids you do claim and pick and choose which ones to claim!

    "Oh and we can dead the narrative I choose to be baby mama #6 because I never knew that.. I would have ran for the hills!! But I guess that’s why you had to go get an dumb underaged b**** after me I let you slide for a minute tryna keep it cool but now the world can know what a terrible person you are!


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  3. 16 hours ago, DerrickHenrysCleats said:

    It’s not a record to me unless you want to say most TDs in a 17 game season. Which whatever QB throws the most in 2021 will hold that record till someone breaks it.


    Mannings record is safe to me until someone throws 56 in 16 games.


    if Manning had 17 games in a regular season he might have thrown 60.

    Babe Ruth hit 60 HRs in a 154 game season (when most teams could barely hit 60), yet the asterik never stuck when Maris broke it in the 162 game season of 1961 (then Bobblehead crushed it in the 90s).

    the other sports just don't have the mythology tied into their numbers like MLB ... when Aaron broke Ruth's record (again, in a ton more lifetime games), it was the biggest story in the land, even knocked Watergate & Viet Nam out the print headlines and lead stories on the networks.

    nobody cares about NFL records like that ... when Payton broke Brown's record you didn't see National fervor, nor when Emmit subsequently broke Payton's mark. 

    Marino's 48 TD passes were incredible for 1984, but it didn't have any cache remotely close to the HR records, or even Rose breaking Cobb's all time hits benchmark. 

    to further extrapolate ... Jim Brown did all his work in 12 game seasons ... to gain 1,000 yds then, one needed to average 83 yds per game - that would equal 1,330 in the 16 game season ... to gain 1,000 in this era, one only need average 63 yds per ... hell, we got QBs who can flirt with that. 

    OJs 2,000 yds was done in a 14 game season, meaning an avg of 143 per, which would've netted him roughly 2,300 in the 16 game season. 

    true, the game has evolved a ton in a very short time, and offensive philosophies have seen seismic shifts (outside of Tennessee & B'awlmore 😁), but the pernts remain ...

    ... nobody cares about NFL numbers on that grand of a scale or debate point. 

    it be whut it be, ol' friend ✌


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  4. the KHunt factor is a thorn, but i debunked just how much so in an earlier post up in here. 

    ... btw, we always hear from the KHunt kamp that he's the most valuable cuff, that a Chubb injury would vault him way up the rb1 tier (also debunked in said earlier post), but ... have folks given pause to how much more beastly Chubb would be if KHunt went down?

    it cuts both ways, amigos 


  5. the only positive note for the Howstin "offense" in 2021 is lining up streaming Defenses against them every week ... i don't care if a chap has the '85 Bears or '00 Ratboids at his disposal, you bench them to stream ANYBODY vs that sorry arse tram. 

    they lose one of the most dynamic playmakers in the gig (Watson), and arguably the second most prolific deep threat in the leeg (Fuller Glass Man), and folks are considering having an rb from this dreck ... this toilet paper?



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  6. 6 minutes ago, ChrisChinMcCaffrey said:

    This guy might be the safest pick. Josh Allen depends on this guy. He is his money maker. 


    with rhe current ARod drama, it's clearly Diggs/'Reek/Adams.

    if ARod is back and slingin' it come September, it's awfully close between all 3 ... all worthy of 1st rd snagging. 


  7. 7 hours ago, Stonej14 said:

    No ones saying Henderson isn’t gonna get any touches. He might get 130-140 carries this season but the rams ran 473 times last year. I’d bet Akers is gonna be in the 220-240 rushes range (which would put him around 7-9 most attempts last year) and get the bulk of the pass catching work as well.

    this righ' chere ^

    look, to the Hendu troofers - i'm not saying the kid is dog dirt, just that he's not a threat to usurp lead rb duties from a healthy Green Acres. 

    hell, if i do draft G.A. you can bet green US of A currency that i'll be fitting Hendu for the 'cuff. 

    i'll put him in the mix wif Pollard and Slats and Matty's son as most desirable rb stashes - it's a loooong arse season, never hurts to have a few gems on the ol' rooooster for "in case of emergency, break glass!" schtick. 





    Zach Stacey? huh?  howzabout Cullen Bryant? 


  8. 10 minutes ago, smeeze said:

    Yes just ignore the 2nd half usage from last season & everything the coaches are saying this offseason.


    ... and the fact that boy genius drafted Green Acres with Hendu already in the fold. 

    Hendu is a non-issue, unless we get an injury to the lead back. 

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  9. Just now, DerrickHenrysCleats said:

    Takes the thinking out of it.


    the sit/start decisions is what separates the men from the boys.

    THIS ^ 

    ya know, i lost in the 'chip last year because i started the wrong wr ... would've won with best ball, but no thank you. 

    it's part of the thrill and it's all the juice - i wouldn't have it any other way - WIN OR LOSE.

    no regrets!


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  10. 10 hours ago, ChrisChinMcCaffrey said:

    He will. 

    son, you can certainly be confident in him bouncing back and regaining his top 5ish form ... i am betting heavily against it, but - you're optimism makes this gig go 'round ... ya hear?

    that being said, to affirm that he will emerge unscathed is just plain gobbledygook - plz don't go there, it sounds so naive. 

    i'll spec Pollard everywhere i can get my mitts on him - not wishing injury on Zeke, but having cats like Pollard or Slats or Matty's son or Hendu on the roster never hurts a magick foosball chap. 


  11. 6 minutes ago, ChrisChinMcCaffrey said:

    Top 5 rb. Cmc, cook....and then you have Henry and kamara but Elliott does a lot of running and rec.

    Put him at worst number five.

    i'll snag Pollard much later on and just wait for the collapse.

    ergo giving me an rb1 on the cheap ... oh, i will make sure the Zeke owner never see Pollard on the bored. 

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  12. consistently seeing King Hendry mocked out after CMC/Chef/AK/'Quads on FFPros ... sometimes even see Adams or 'Reek slide in before #22. 

    from pick 5 or 6 this is unspeakable value ... just insane - yeah, it's ppr - but, still - you gimme that draft slot, with Hendry on the bored ... and im'ma win a leeg. 


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  13. 13 hours ago, Chippa said:

    that wasnt teddy bridgewater

    that was Moore, Anderson, and Samuel all being really talented players

    Chippa nailed it ... Bilgewater actually held them all back from much better numbers ... he's a noodle armed buffoon, at best. 


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  14. 7 minutes ago, Stonej14 said:


    The “real” godfather of pass catching backs is roger Craig man.. first to do 1000 and 1000. 

    Lenny Moore was the "real" Goombah of the dual threat rb .... Chuck Foreman & Lydell Mitchell perfected it in the Super Bowl era, and were the true forerunners to Messrs. Craig, Faulk, LT2, etc


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  15. 8 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

    Let's not. Save this for Facebook. 


    you started it, jack booting in lockstep with dër groupspeak, correct?

    dismissing differing opinions as FB fodder? 😅

    guess you're just following the handbook's guidelines ... get a grip, son 😅

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  16. 6 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

    The analogy would be:

    Mechanics offer a free upgrade that makes it virtually impossible for you to be involved in a fatal crash. You refuse to get the upgrade. The law says fine, but you have to follow safety protocols and drive in the slow lanes only.  You say you're being unfairly persecuted.

    .... ok, then - i'll bite

    vast majority of "fatal crashes" involve older folks who suffer from comorbidities, or who are overweight (which, in and of itself, is a comorbidity).

    30ish year old athletes, in peak physical condition, suffer zero fatalities - and the "free upgrade" has absolutely ZERO legs behind it in regards to research in respect to long term damage to your engine.



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  17. 13 minutes ago, markrc99 said:

    Okay, but you went back 50 years, citing an example that was scrapped, during an era when the QB was just another player. 

    stop it. 

    just stop with that foolishness. 

    if the QB was "just another player", then how did Dallas respond so remarkably well when a leader like Staubach was given the starting gig?

    wanna go further?

    do you think the J-E-T-SJETSJETSJETS!!!!11111!11!!!1!!! win SBIII with Babe Parilli under center?

    ... how good were the Joe Gilliam/Terry Hanratty era Stillers?

    did you know that Paul Brown, the granddaddy of modern professional tackle foosball, tailored his "futuristic" offense to fit one Otto Graham?

    ... ditto Hank Stram with Lenny Dawson (WATCH THEM METRICULATE DOWN THE FIELD IN SB IV).

    oh, hey ... ever heard of the most famous player of that era? kid qb with a flat top haircut, name of Johnny Unitas.


    but, i get it ... your mindset is "ZOMG!!!1!111!1 THOSE GUYS WERE NOT AS PROLIFIC!!!1!11111!111!111!1! LOOK AT THE NUMBERS TODAY COMPARED TO THEN!!!1!111!1!11!"

    you only consider a "successful" qb to be a guy who racks up gahhhhhrbahhhhge stats, it has nothing to do with being the ONE position in all of sports that requires an incredible leader, amirite? that's your take?

    are you serious, Clark?



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