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  1. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    I trade ARob, 1.15 and 4.9 @ravens_rool28 trades JuJu and 2021 3rd
  2. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    I have picks in the upcoming draft
  3. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Anyone looking to make a quarantine trade? Keenan Allen, Adam Thielen and Evan Engram are available — along with most everyone else on my roster — for the right price
  4. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    🚨 trade alert! 🚨 I trade Aaron Jones, Ryan Fitzpatrick and 3.8 @klyon7634 trades Dak Prescott, Calvin Ridley and Gus Edwards
  5. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Congrats, @jrry32!
  6. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    They're gone for me too. But teams that have a player on IR have one?
  7. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Trade! @Dome receives Jaylen Samuels @husker_vikes3 receives Mark Ingram, 2020 3rd
  8. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Never mind lol. Still looking to trade for a QB!
  9. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Look out guys, I finally got a second QB!
  10. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Cool. My point is before the increase 20 made sense. 7 RBs, 7 WRs. Six spots split between QB, TE, D and K. In a 16-team league, most teams will want to roster at least 2 tight ends and 2 QBs. One spot each for D and K. But the choice still was there to have 6 RBs or 6 WRs and hold three TEs or three QBs or two defenses or two kickers. Now, having six RBs or six WRs becomes a little bit less palatable. You're behind the eight ball. Give the teams the ability to hold eight of a position and they likely will. Doesn't make sense to then leave four or even five spots for four positions in the lineup — especially when those four positions are starters and two of which you need to carry depth behind. Especially when our justification is "Oh, it adds flexibility for teams to add their draft picks." We've been playing with 7 RBs and 7 WRs for years, made it work, made tough choices. I know I was in favor of it, but in retrospect it seems like a rash decision, especially if we're not increasing roster size by one or two spots. And I'm not pushing for this so I can add an eighth running back or something. Right now, my roster is 1 QB, 7 RBs, 8 WRs, 2 TEs, 1 D and 1 K. I have zero flexibility to add a backup QB or a bye week defense or kicker without dropping one of my RBs or WRs. We're not actually giving teams the "ability" or "flexibility" to stash fliers or deep bench guys. Also, apparently my word of the day was especially lol
  11. TAST Dynasty League Discussion - Draft underway

    Most teams do have 7 and 7. However, most teams are also carrying at least two tight ends and two QBs. It doesn't add flexibility. It creates more issues. "Oh cool. I can roster this deep WR I want now. Oh wait. I have to cut my backup QB." Why increase position limits to a point that doesn't make sense to roster size? If we want to allow people to have eight of each, it limits the ability to roster other positions.
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