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  1. Just letting people know, basically my entire roster is on the trade block. The main attraction is probably Aaron Rodgers, assuming I get a good return. Most of my other position players aren't all that attractive so I didn't bother putting them on the trade block.
  2. My draft availability is super open in the evenings. And almost any Sunday is pretty safe.
  3. I get that in theory. I'm just saying, IN PRACTICE, does any owner really concerned about their roster if that change was made now? I mean how different would they ACTUALLY be? You already needs tons of RBs and tons of WRs to fill all of the spots as it is.
  4. Does anybody have a huge issue with -- if removing K position -- just switching it over to a wr slot NOW, rather than in like seven years??
  5. As crappy as my team is and as hard as it's gonna be to right the ship, I do have to remind myself that this is a DYNASTY league in spirit. We shouldn't go less than 10 keepers, and maybe should increase. I'm fine with 10 though.
  6. 1) Immediately transition to FAAB (Free Agent Acquisition Budget) for waivers: YES or NO 2) Immediately transition to a Live Draft format for 2019 Rookie/Unclaimed Vet Draft: YES 3) Migrate league hosting site from FleaFlicker to Sleeper (if other preference please indicate) before the start of the 2019 NFL Season: YES 4a) Remove the Kicker Position for 2019: YES 4b) If you chose to remove the Kicker Position: Option X: Remove the K position, and drop from 11 weekly starters to 10 weekly starters (rosters of 20 will be maintained) YES (I think I prefer this) Option Y: Remove the K position, and replace with a fourth FLEX (RB/WR/TE) that will be replaced by a WR3 after the 2020 season YES (I'd be okay with this as well, but honestly would prefer to just switch to a 3rd WR this year. I don't really think in practice it will really throw a wrench into anybody's grand plan. Just do it. Or at least do it in '20. 2021?? I can't even imagine that far ahead.) 5) Increase the number of keepers from 10 to 11 for the 2020 NFL Season (a NO vote will indicate you prefer to remain at 10 keepers): NO (I'm open to YES, but without really going through how the league looks right now, I'm not inclined to make a change) 6a) Potential Live Draft Dates (Please Indicate YES or NO for each date) June 16th (Sunday) YES June 26th (Wednesday) YES July 21st (Sunday) YES July 30th (Monday) YES August 13th (Tuesday) YES August 18th (Sunday) YES
  7. 2019 NFC North Fantasy Football

    Pretty much in line with your answers I think. I agree with a gradual increase to see how it goes.
  8. 2019 NFC North Fantasy Football

    I'm in I'm in!
  9. And if it's worth anything, I'm down with a FAAB, and a live draft if possible (auction draft!?). But if not that's okay
  10. I haven't checked FF in forever, didn't know we were going so early sorry. and I dunno if I've been missing e-mails or anything but I feel like nothing came through my inbox.
  11. Oh duuuuudes, I'm still in if possible!
  12. 2019 NFC North Fantasy Football

    I guess I'm okay with roster expansion I hate when owners go absentee on their teams. I think one or two times this season I've started a player that was out but it was due to being a late scratch on a Thursday that I just didn't get to in time, or I was busy on a Sunday morning when the outs are announced. Once may have even been an early Sunday London game. However, I'm an active owner with a good team that is (well...was) trying to win every game I could. I think I have a solid track record of that.
  13. While I'm glad that the franchise made this move, and believe it should've happened a couple of years ago, I don't really find it to news that should be cause for celebration, exactly. Mike, despite his professional flaws, always seemed like a d.amn solid dude, and is a pretty good NFL coach in the grand scheme of things. He was the right guy for the job when he was hired, and had a successful tenure even though it feels like there might be a missing ring or two in there somewhere. I wish him no ill will, and don't doubt that he will land on his feet either as a coach or coordinator. As to the timing, at first I found it a little surprising, and perhaps slightly bush league to make the move mid-season, but when I thought about it more, it could be for the best. This wasn't a kneejerk reaction from the team; their mind was made up. What good does it do either party to just trot him out there was a lame duck while the team goes through the motions. Letting him go early lets him get a head start with putting his name in the ring for potential vacancies, and allows the franchise to move full steam into their search. I think it's better for both sides. I honestly think that if I was a coach and I knew from talking to management that I would be let go at the end of the year, I would prefer to just get it done ASAP so I can move on with my career and life rather than put forth effort and energy into something I have no future with. As for Rodgers. I really REALLY hope that this is a bit of a wake-up call, rather than an invitation to feel fully empowered. I hope he takes this as a sign that he needs to cut the schit, and that he owns a huge amount of responsibility for making the next relationship a healthy, sustainable one, not an ego-driven power struggle. I hope he welcomes it as an opportunity to be challenged and become a better quarterback, even if it means seemingly starting at a very basic fundamental level. This step is an unfortunate one, but had to happen. I think it's a step forward, and while I'm trepidatious, I'm also excited to see where it leads.
  14. MVP Race

    It's Brees's to lose at this point. H.ell of a season, one of the best teams, and he's leading the way. His stats/performance alone would put him in the thick of the race no matter what, but with his team's success paired with his name recognition/the fact that he's well-regarded puts him as the easy favorite. Mahomes, Goff, Luck, Rivers are all still in the mix though