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  1. He’s my last pick in every draft guy. Gonna hold for a couple weeks and see how the snaps shake out. The Rams shifted to more 12 personnel late last year it seemed at least. But at the same time Reynolds/Cooks seemed to be on the field at the expense of Kupp in 2 wide sets. So there could be a viable role. I also loaded up on him for cheap early in dynasty.
  2. 100% dynasty ownership. I was expecting this year to be more of a “redshirt” year before he beasts next year, barring injury to Ruggs or Williams. But maybe he forces his way in earlier!
  3. This is probably right. The only thing I’ll add is that Chubb seemed to get stuffed inside the 2 A TON last year because his line got mauled and the play calling was really predictable. The line added a first round lineman and a highly sought FA lineman as well so I’m optimistic that he pounds a few more of those in giving him double digit td upside. And Odell will hopefully be healthy and draw bracket coverage more, elevating the whole offense. But Hunt capping his receiving numbers will give him a really low floor.
  4. Ben averages 37-42 attempts per game the past few years. The turd duo from last year averaged less than 32. That’s 80-144 more targets this year! And I’m recalling that, on an admittedly small ish sample, Ben threw the ball closer to that 42 number per game when he was without Bell. The defense is good and that worries me but the defense has usually been good and he’s still slinging it 40x a game. His health and age worries me more as well. So there’s some risk to work through but outside of injury to Ben I don’t see a reason Diontae doesn’t get a significant target bump.
  5. Healthy Ben will sling it. I’d guess he’s easily over 120 and Claypool/Washington don’t create any issues for DJ.
  6. Great hands, smooth but not fast, good vision, strong, good size, just be Arian Foster that’s what I’d do!
  7. Foot or ankle. I think high ankle sprain was speculated. Left the Chargers game late, missed a week, totaled 6 for 52 the last 2 games which was easily his worst 2 game stretch of the year. Was on pace for 82/1180/10 through 13 games.
  8. At least he’s uniting the people against one common enemy.
  9. Like I said you can debate on which jobs should have been deemed essential all you want. People need food to survive now and once this is all over. You can’t tank that industry if your goal is less harm than good. Thus food distribution industry stayed open and restaurants were considered an extensions of that. The part of the restaurant business that involves large groups in small places was closed. A lot of the restaurants where I live have started selling produce wholesale. I own a small business that is closed. And it sucks but I get that a line had to be drawn somewhere. Fortunately my w
  10. Post more please. There’s some antibody talk a few pages back before LostAtSea and this other fella hit the hydroxy hard and nuked a couple pages. A few links to some studies from GoHawks and myself.
  11. So just to recap your last couple posts, the preeminent global health authority intentionally released or knew of the release of a deadly virus to cause a global pandemic and economic recession but it’s also all good and totally nothing to worry about.
  12. Got it. In your estimation which is a better source of information on this, the movie you posted or Plandemic?
  13. Saying this from the perspective of someone who thinks we should slowly open the economy back up, although I’m sure that will be lost at some point and I’ll be accused of being a weak scared millennial snowflake: I think on the macro level it comes down to does your job help save lives? You can argue on a micro scale the merit of certain jobs but that’s my general understanding. Tattoo parlor or hospital? Anyone who works puts their lives at some sort of a risk and increases the spread of the virus but there’s a decision to be made about whether the lives they save are greater than
  14. I don’t have the time to watch an entire 22 minute video. I scrolled through and saw a ton of clips about how until we get a vaccine/herd immunity we’re going to have to adjust to a new normal. What’s your point? And what’s your point about the WHO supposedly predicting (🙄) a pandemic?
  15. Ah yes instead we should believe insane unbacked assertions from random message board poster *checks notes* LostAtSeas and this guy right here. 2020 everyone!
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