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  1. Hate to be the guy to post “^this” but...... ^THIS
  2. I agree with the others regarding Lux and Murphy. While position flexibility is important, I’m more with the train of thought that you can make a spot for a star. With that being said, I think Jones is the play. The ceiling is just so much higher than with Huff.
  3. Beginning to finalize my keepers for the upcoming year. Points league with keeper value tied to round. Have my first 7 keepers chosen and having difficulty choosing my final spot. Current Keepers: Jose Ramirez (15th round) Francisco Lindor (4th round) Christian Yelich (5th round) Keston Hiura (30th round) Ke’Bryan Hayes (30th round) Trevor Bauer (11th round) Zach Plesac (23rd round) Final Slot Possibilities: Carlos Carrasco (2nd round) Jose Abreu (3rd round) Patrick Corbin (5th round) Dane Dunning (30th round
  4. My only real argument against Semien is that it forces me to clog my Utility spot before the draft has even begun. I love position flexibility, which is why guys like McNeil and LeMahieu have me a little hesitant to go Semien.
  5. Trying to decide between a few guys for my final keeper spot. League is H2H points with keeper value tied to round. Current Keepers are: Lindor (4th) Yelich (5th) Corbin (6th) Bauer (11th) JoRam (15th) Hiura (30th) Lineup format includes only basic positions (no extra middle infielder or corner infield spots), one utility player, and 5 OF slots. I've narrowed the final spot to those listed below: Marcus Semien (30th) DJ LeMahieu (25th) Jeff McNeil (18th) Taylor Rogers (23rd) Sean Manaea (30th) Eduardo Escobar (18th) A
  6. I'm stubbornly taking Hock, solely because of the number of looks he gets in the red zone. But I'm not happy about it.
  7. Fitz for me. A little weary of Chark's targets when Foles comes back. Fitz is boring, but safer in about every way.
  8. I'd say it's a fair offer. I'm in the camp of buying Ertz now before it's too late, so if you can get it done I'm all for it.
  9. This feels like just making a trade for the sake of making a trade, IMO. For me, I like the fact that Hopkins is probably a tad less injury prone than Julio, so I'd stay put.
  10. Team and league info are located in signature. Trade is below: Send: Michael Thomas Receive: Tevin Coleman, Joe Mixon, and Keenan Allen Obviously, at first glance this is a no-brainer. The kicker here is that Michael Thomas owns a 7th Round keeper value. The owner who offered the trade is well out of it and playing for next year, while I'm 5-1 and leading the league in scoring. We can only keep two players, but MT is one of the highest valued (if not the highest valued) guys in the league and I wouldn't be keeping any of the three players I'd be receiving. Is my team good enough
  11. Team in signature. Pretty straightforward one here: Send: Kyler Murray Receive: Zach Ertz Any help is appreciated!
  12. I'd definitely do this for Golladay if you can. Depth is never a bad thing. Thanks for your help!
  13. I'm fine with rolling with Kyler ROS. I think he's shown a really stable floor thus far and once the TDs start coming he could jolt into that top 5-8 range. I think selling Rodgers you would be capitalizing on some big name recognition, however I do think it may take more in the Ekeler range as your second to get it done. Thanks for your help!
  14. Team is listed in signature. Trade is below: Send: Kyler Murray, Derrick Henry, and MVS Receive: Dalvin Cook and Baker Mayfield Thoughts?
  15. Trubisky, Cousins, and Mariota are currently on the WW. Rivers owner has Lamar, so I don't think he's overly worried lol. It's been difficult finding a trade partner thus far.
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