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  1. This situation reminds me (actually identical) of when AP came into the league. People were saying ''no no AP won't run away with the starting job right away. Chester Taylor is a solid back''. We all know how that turned out.. Marlon Mack is finished. The only rationalisation I can make for Mack getting ''more'' work is the lack of OTA's, rookie camp and reps. If these were normal circumstances, Mack would be holding JT's jock strap.
  2. Going into early drafts with the info we currently have. This ^ is the smartest approach.
  3. Wanted to get a feel on how you guys perceive this dude going into his sophomore season. I'm sorta high on the prospect of him playing with Rivers.. I have him in one of my keeper leagues and seriously debating keeping him over guys like Marquise Brown. Thoughts?
  4. Realy like ARob at that price. He's not sexy but.. - #1 receiver on his team. - a year removed from the ACL tear. - year two in the system. -positive regression from Trusbisky (at least you'd expect/ hope) Sorry for derailing the thread
  5. I apologize if this has been discussed earlier in the thread. But were do you guys think he'll be going late August? In early drafts with the uncertainty of his suspension length, he's going in the 5th round. If there's no update in that regards by draft time, safe to say you'll have to reach for him in the 3rd. Were do you guys see this going?
  6. Gordon missed 3 games last year, weeks 13 through 15 and Austin Ekeler in a lead role looked awful. He started week 13, and 14. And proceeded to get injured in the process. Not bellcow material if you ask me. For me Justin Jackson would be the more intriguing RB if Gordon were to miss some game..And that being said, I want no shares of that RBBC. Both IMO would be mediocre..
  7. Godwin for me. Best value of the bunch. And his upside could be through the roof. kupp will continue to be Goff’s BFF. But the ACL injury is a concern.. If kupp struggles to come back to form, you’ll regret keeping him. Where I feel Godwin has at least a pretty safe floor with minimum risk at that price tag.
  8. I'm a Drake truther also. leaning towards this but Jones instead of Adams. Like I said in my previous post, Adams has a real chance to fall back to me at the 7 spot. But the real kicker here is Drake. A 5th round cost is risky because i'm getting zero value in terms of what he costs. So this needs to be his year, and i'm willing roll the dice it happens.
  9. Yes what i failed to mention, and I apologize because it's a very important variable it this whole equation is: players who've been previously kept, then traded the following year, may no longer be kept... Many are falling back in the pool.. So the likelihood of Adams falling to me at 7 is pretty good.. Thanks for the insight
  10. very solid team. The X factor for me is tyreek Hill. If he can come out of this ordeal somewhat unscathed, your team is dynamite. I agree with the post above that kyler Murray is at this point a dart throw but could work out admirably. Your Flex spots are your weak point. Don’t like Murray or the rookie unless gurley goes down or they scale back significantly his touches. Which in that case it would be a RBBC anyways with Brown. So if this was my team I’d stand pat because you still have many questions marks with hill, hunt and how those wideouts will perform. And also Hyde could be a little g
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