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  1. Zero RB Approach - What the Hell Have I Done

    I agree with One Punch 100%. I take the Kamara deal and laugh about it afterwards You’re getting a top 2-3 player in any format period. Take it and quickly before he changes his mind.
  2. State of our team

    Honestly, I'd be upset if we moved Osemele and Gabe, but I get where your coming from. I hate the fact that we are taking the biggest strength on our team and forcing them to play a system that doesn't maximize them. In my opinion, good coaches put players in positions to succeed. Those two should be firing into defenses and pounding the daylights out of them, not dancing around in a zone scheme. Dammit Cable/Gruden utilize our maulers! I want two Safeties this offseason. I've got ZERO interest in seeing Nelson back there again. This is the year to grab them in FA. Lamarcus Joyner and Landon Collins would change our defensive backfield exponentially, but likely unrealistic (I can dream). Give me Joyner and a "solid" SS and I'd be happy, a whole bunch of them are hitting the market... Sign Tevin Coleman to pair with Lynch I'd pass on the Des in FA and focus on getting them in a loaded draft this year. Something finally has to happen at Linebacker... We have the worst linebackers in the league and it's been that way for years. dream defensive offseason for me would be Draft 1stA: Clelin Ferrill 1stB: Devin White: I'm hoping for a Bears crash to a mid round pick as I still don't believe in Trubisky despite his recent fireworks. Also banking that the value of off-ball linebacker remains depressed (Hoping that Roquan Smith as a top 10 was the exception, not the norm). Edmonds and LVE being mid round picks seems a better comp considering years past. 2nd: Te'von Coney Move PJ Hall to Base End on run downs, inside on passing (Key becomes a pass rush specialist). Sign Joyner and Collins as our big FA splashes (combined still cost considerably less than what we saved on Mack) Combined they haven't shown much, but I'd be willing to resign and roll with Worley/Melvin and let Conley fight it out. I'm hoping he makes big progress as he's essentially a rookie. Strong safety play and a pass rush will GREATLY help out our corners. When QBs have ALL day, I don't care who you are, you're going to get roasted. Priority resign Hankins. I believe we'd have a strong and young D-line. An exciting duo at Linebacker and a very field able if not good set of DBs. ON offense Sign Tevin Coleman. I'm honestly at a loss about what to do about our WRs and their rapport with Carr. Again, I'm done with Cooper, but if he stays so be it. I don't have warm and fuzzies with Nelson or Bryant and would love to cut bait and move on with our 3rd round pick and the solid (not great) FA WRs this offseason. I think we could get the same productivity for less... Obviously rolling with Miller at LT. I'm hopeful that Parker can officially seize the job and grow into the position this year. Otherwise, it's back to the drawing board and adjusting the above plan for yet another RT (Penn hopefully retires gracefully this year). Special Teams Something has to happen at P... yikes.
  3. 2019 NFL Draft Thread

    I like Clelin Ferrell a lot too, but no way over Bosa. I think in the end it's going to be irrelevant, we'll squeak a couple of games and be completely out of contention for him. I'm pounding the Ferrell drum as I think he has a very realistic possibility of being a Raider. Of course Gruden may pull something crazy out of his behind to justify his "offensive genius" label. Mentally cringing at the possibility of having our early first go to offensive skill position.
  4. Buy / Sell / Hold

    Not sure if it's the right decision as people have strong opinions on Kickers, but my league gives small bonus points for longer kicks (4-40 and 5-50+). For what it's worth I've been holding him since the injury. No other K gives as large an advantage as GZ, he scores like a RB2 on a regular basis. I plan on keeping my current K (Parkey) starting until 1 week after GZ comes back to see how his groin holds up as I have the space barring unforeseen injury. If you need the roster spot because of byes, then no he's not worth holding. If so, then absolutely. The way I see it, he's worth WAY more to me then having an 5th or 6th RB/WR.
  5. Buy / Sell / Hold

    Thanks Forge. Sounds like you are definitively in the Howard over Oleson camp. For what it's worth you had it right, I just worded it poorly. The extra bench spot of for either Howard or Olsen.
  6. The curious case of Amari Cooper

    I'm done with Cooper and ready to move on. Sucks that we ended up using such a top pick on a "can't miss" WR. I imagine he thinks he's going to get a top market FA deal, let some other team sink that kind of money into him. He is not a #1 wr and will offer extremely poor value as a #2. Frankie if your reading this, you were right. Myself and and many others were wrong about Cooper. I want a top DE this year in the draft, but wondering if AJ Brown is going to be in consideration (if somehow he was there with our 2nd 1st rounder, I'd be all over it).
  7. Ask Keyser - 2017 Fantasy Questions Thread

    Trying to get ahead of the TE quagmire. I have a spot to burn and can hold an extra TE. Currently rostered Olsen, but I see OJ Howard is still sitting there. Who is a better stash? Olsen: Historically a well established/productive TE. Potentially limited physically due to foot and high re-injury risk. or OJ Howard: Overall bucs team has a higher likelihood of significant pass volume due to anemic ground game and poor D. Previous hx of Winston and Brate chemistry (with possibility of reestablishing this over the next couple of weeks). For what it's worth, I currently have Ebron to cover for the time being.
  8. Buy / Sell / Hold

    Trying to get ahead of the TE quagmire. I have a spot to burn and can hold an extra TE. Currently rostered Olsen, but I see OJ Howard is still sitting there. Who is a better stash? Olsen: Historically a well established/productive TE. Potentially limited physically due to foot and high re-injury risk. or OJ Howard: Overall bucs team has a higher likelihood of significant pass volume due to anemic ground game and poor D. Previous hx of Winston and Brate chemistry (with possibility of reestablishing this over the next couple of weeks). For what it's worth, I currently have Ebron to cover for the time being.
  9. Ask Keyser - 2017 Fantasy Questions Thread

    Of the three I’d drop Royce. I think at this point we’ve seen what he brings to the table. Lindsay’s not going anywhere barring injury. I’m guessing these guys are not your #1 or 2, so a speculative add wouldn’t hurt you. I’m not expecting much coming back from an Achilles, but any chance of a late season workhorse is worth your #4-6ish rb spot.
  10. Ask Keyser - 2017 Fantasy Questions Thread

    I wish I had picked him up earlier. Instead, my opponent this week is playing him. Going to have a HUGE day... i like him a bunch in PPR formats. Has potential to pop big plays too out of nowhere. Kinda Chris Thompson like, though I actually like Lindsay’s role better.
  11. Ask Keyser - 2017 Fantasy Questions Thread

    Don’t roster 3 TEs. Ride Reed and go to the FA pool when and if you need
  12. Who to Start/Sit Thread: Help Us, Help You

    Pick 1WR and 1 flex 0.5 ppr D Baldwin E Sanders M Ingram C Thompson Ekeler
  13. Trade advice

    I’d take it then. Robinson is a decent flex, Shepard I could care less about. Michel is the real prize.
  14. Trade advice

    I’d keep CMac
  15. Trade advice

    Would want Michel the most out of that bunch, so how badly does losing Kupp hurt you? If he’s your #3 or lower wr, I take it.
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