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  1. 10 minutes ago, fawkes_mulder said:

    rotoworld needs to introduce a clown emoji in honor of these people. Getting rid of the "confused" react btw was an all time soft move and worst thing RW has ever done.

    Right up there with getting rid of the post counts in favor of (checks notes) a rocket ship (??!)

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  2. 1 hour ago, Richard Kimble said:

    Fair enough, but we keep going back and forth on Framber and I guess I'm just burned out from the length of the season. Don't take it personal, but you can't make a case Framber is droppable or anything, there aren't better options widely available. If you've got him you're riding him out. Sure he is inconsistent at times, but you have to take the good with the bad. A win is a win. But forgive the jab, its just late in the season to keep hammering a point you've relented, and said yourself that Framber is having a fine season all around. 

    Appreciate it, man - I do wish you the best with him from here on out - Rangers should be a good one.

  3. 34 minutes ago, Richard Kimble said:

    Are you referring to the board? You know there are tumbleweeds in here. You keep jumping on Framber on every mediocre start, yet he won last night's outing and provided 6ks. Perhaps he's too skittish for your tastes, but do you own him anywhere either? I'll certainly take it, and in the current environment, he's locked in to every start if you have the innings. He's got Texas next up, should be able to right the ship. You have a weird obsession with Framber, yet defend Luis Gil for walking 7 batters in the last outing. Own your bias, my friend. 

    No need to disparage with judgments like “weird obsession,” mate.  I quite obviously am interested in the player and how his performance has declined since the crackdown, as I’ve made amply known.  My take on Gil also is completely irrelevant to this discussion.  If you have that keen of an interest in my own personal opinions, that’s fine - maybe even flattering.  Again, I don’t see how his performance last night would have been all that helpful to anyone concerned with ratios or strikeout volume in a race down to the wire - but to each his own.  But I would appreciate it if you avoided the ad hominem jabs in future conversation, Rich.

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  4. 29 minutes ago, Fantasy Gooroo said:

    I disagree. Everyone knows Tom Brady is looking to be a game manager and hand the ball off to Fournette and Rojo 50 times per game. He is not concerned with statistics, yardage, touchdowns, or legacy at all. I would expect this to be the one game where Brady actually even has to pass more than 20 times per game. I predict the target share to be (on average):

    Godwin - 7

    Evans - 7

    Gronk - 3

    AB - 2

    RBS - 1

    This is on a good night. If he has to pass more, I expect those targets to go to the RBs. AB is a team player and has been known to be ok with only 3 targets per game. Tom knows and understands this. Doesn't take much to keep AB locked in as long as they are winning. Now Evans, on the other hand, is the epitome of the squeaky wheel alpha. He thinks team is spelled with an I. Expect him to be force fed a few balls to keep him happy and on the up and up. 

    I needed this - lack of quality comedies on streaming services these days.

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  5. 2 minutes ago, oliminator123 said:

    So happy to see this chubby, tube top wearing, ewok looking, boring a**, cocky a** *********** take a nose dive in the opening game. Ready for him to fade out of the league. 

    I want to know what that last series of asterisks stands for 

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  6. 1 minute ago, cashvillesent said:

    It wasn’t egregious. Extended arm, yes. But not a lot of force was behind it from the receiver, imo. There’s always hand fighting on back shoulder passes and I’d rather the refs let the players decide the games, if it’s close

    Would you prefer the adjective “obvious”?  I’m down with either, but man, come on!

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  7. 2 minutes ago, MrPositive said:

    Ya, that's a ROUGH way to decide a brilliant game. That should have put the Bucs waaaay back and probably would have won the game for the Cowboys. Refs can't miss that call. That's bad. Feel most bad for Dak who really earned his big win here. Oh well.

    Yeah I mean you’re just not going to see a more obvious OPI decide a game like that - even in a protracted season

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