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  1. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    Another nice landing spot for TE Jared Cook I like, a this My team is taking shaping in a good way this off season.
  2. USMC's "Dirty Dozen" Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I wasn't looking to make a change to the league rules, I was just looking for clarification as at the moment, the site allows trading & FA pick-ups.
  3. USMC's "Dirty Dozen" Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I was thinking the same, We also have one GM opening that needs to be filled.
  4. USMC's "Dirty Dozen" Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    OK, this is my first off-season in this league, on the ESPN site it show we can make trade offers & pick up FA's? I PM'd USMC on this but he hasn't responded......does anyone know?
  5. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    Nice landing spot for Donte Moncrief.....makes me smile
  6. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I'm not sure you can do that mid year, but even if you can, as a LM I prefer to set it one time and be done with it so I can focused on my team the balance of the year.
  7. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I'm down with that, It looks like they have a plan this year!
  8. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I'm struggling with competitive balance vs FAAB for the league, From what I've read and believe, both could be good for the league for different reasons. Rolling Wavers and Inverse Order both offer competitive balance. Rolling Wavers allows the worst teams from the previous year to have the first crack at the best waiver pk after that it becomes a balance/strategy between who & when you use a waiver pk. Weekly inverse order helps the weaker teams the most but offers no strategy throughout the year. FAAB could be the most fun and offers balance/strategy between teams for waivers, but doesn't do much for competitive balance for the overall league top to bottom. Personally I like the idea of using FAAB as it could be fun to see the bidding & $$ spent on players week to week. but as LM prefer competitive balance for the overall health of the league year to year. Ideally, I wish we could do inverse order of our draft order after the first wk and then change it to FAAB. but that's not an option. As far as the IR spots, it's a balance between...Remembering were a dynasty league and wanting to keep our players and able to fill a full roster week to week -vs- having to drop a good player you have to drop do to an injury. I see your point, but I would rather add an IR spot and use it if you need it -vs- adding an additional bench spot to help with filling a roster week to week. Overall some of those same players will be dropped at the keeper deadline which helps create the competitive balance year to year.
  9. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I don't remember that being brought up? but if so, I don't see that working in a 16 team league with bye wk's and only 32 QB's available.
  10. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    Needing to hear from a few more GM's regarding the waivers.
  11. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I changed the league rules for the start date for our draft, from July 25 to: The last Monday in July. (this year it falls on July 29th) This way our draft always starts on a Monday. In our past drafts, the weekends seems to slow the draft down, So I'm hoping a full week to get it started will help move it along.
  12. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I like your Le’Veon Bell landing spot...he fits the mold for the Raiders plus they have the $$ to get it done, but Going to the Ravens would make a better story line! As a Jay Ajayi owner, I wouldn't mind if he landed at the: Bills, Chiefs, Jets, Raiders, or Ravens.
  13. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    Just for fun. What is your landing spot prediction for the following FA RB's? Le’Veon Bell - Kareem Hunt - Tevin Coleman - Mark Ingram - Jay Ajayi - T.J. Yeldon - Adrian Peterson -
  14. PHREAK'S Dynasty League (Discussion Thread)

    I agree with your assessment as well, but as in years past there will be great players that land in poor landing spots or be improperly/limited use(d)...limiting the # of studs you will find in any given draft regardless of the depth of a position. It's still early to determine last year rookies, but here's a list of the draft class in the order they were drafted in the first 3-rounds. Out of the 23 players, I would only feel good about starting 10 of them next year at this point. RB Saquon Barkley WR D.J. Moore TE Hayden Hurst WR Calvin Ridley RB Rashaad Penny RB Sony Michel RB Nick Chubb RB Ronald Jones II WR Courtland Sutton TE Mike Gesicki RB Kerryon Johnson WR Dante Pettis WR Christian Kirk TE Dallas Goedert WR Anthony Miller RB Derrius Guice WR James Washington WR D.J. Chark RB Royce Freeman WR Michael Gallup TE Mark Andrews WR Tre'Quan Snmith TE Jordan Akins
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