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    Here you go, champ: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=printable+fantasy+football+draft+sheet
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    Low class and unnecessary.
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    You know what they say, a hobby stops being fun when it becomes a job...
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    Hmmm...I saw something completely different. Montgomery was fairly effective in a few games as a RB, mostly against inferior defenses (Seattle being about the lone exception) until the novelty wore off and teams had tape on him. The Packers could just about run anyone at RB and have some success every now and then given their prolific passing attack being so superior. After a few games Montgomery pretty much sucked as a RB and most likely why GB drafted 3 rookies and got 2 more from the UDFA. Any NFL team trying to copy anything from the Packers would be wise to figure out where they could get an Aaron Rodgers from, not a Ty Montgomery.
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    How come likes are anonymous now? If I have an incredibly awesome post (like usual), I'd like to see all the tons of people who usually like all my posts that liked it. Feel free to like this post guys, so we can see if it's working again. Thanks in advance
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    What you don't recognize uadialej? I thought that was a very common name everywhere.
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    Do. not. go. there. This is one of the last places a man can go for some relaxation...
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    Wow the Bucs might possibly consider thinking of doing something or not doing something some undetermined time down the road. Who knew? Florio is a moran.
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    I think it's a combination of 3, and 4. Anthony Lynn is fond of Cardale from his time in Buffalo
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    You guys are crazy for discounting Hyde this early, and jumping aboard the Joe Williams bandwagon. There's been a lot of hype and speculation surrounding Williams, but nothing from Shanahan or anyone else of note. People also forget that Joe Williams is a headcase. Gregg Rosenthal 'heard this from a little birdy' also doesn't hold a lot of weight. Who was this little birdy? A beat writer, someone from the team, front office, or people like you and I? IMO, Hyde will still start the season as their lead back, with Hightower also in the mix as the cop back as he was paid to come in and do. Hyde was performing as a RB1 before going down last year, and still averaged 4.6YPC, despite running behind THE worst o-line in football, with an offense comprised of Gabbert, Torrey Smith, and Jeremy Kerley.
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    My gibberish to English dictionary translates this as: he would love to see calvin back, but doubts the impact of either lynch or calvin
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    I know Calvin is fairly young, but I believe his body was starting to break down. Pure speculation on my part but I would be shocked if he actually made a come back. I'm sure Lynch and the Raiders are telling him that he needs to join that team and come back but I just don't see this happening. Heck I'm not even sure Lynch is going to be similar to his former self this year either. This seems like not much more than a summer time discussion.
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    The difference is that in NE, that is the culture and the business model that every player knows coming in. And every player there that is presented with a proposed pay cut usually agrees. Cause they win SB's. Carolina does not have that pedigree to forcibly adopt that business model.
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    Bill Belichick, the gold standard of general managers, hardlines popular players time and time again. In fact, all good general managers hardline players on the downside of their careers. The difference in Carolina is Carolina's old players were divas and Jerry Richardson's attachment to his players. All popular players need to be let go at some point.
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    This is just another example of why the Redskins have not reached the NFCC game in 25 years and I doubt they do so as long as Snyder is around.
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    Or this is what happens when you have an idiot owner like Jerry Richardson. Steve Smith was old. He got cut. That isn't treating him like garbage. They tried to trade him and no other team wanted him at his contract price either. That's why he had to take a huge pay cut with the Ravens. But Steve Smith has a chip on his shoulder the size of Montana. Of course he would be offended. Thomas Davis will be 35 when he is a free agent next year. It is normal to let players that old play out their contract before re-signing them. It isn't treating him like garbage. Greg Olsen has 2 years left on a contract that doesn't even underpay him by much. You'd be hard-pressed to find an NFL team that would re-sign Olsen in this situation. Unnecessarily giving out big contracts to aged players because of "loyalty" is not a prescription for success in the NFL.
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    I do. I know it's off topic but NFL contracts suck for players - teams have all the leverage and can cut them any time. Agree there was a ton of guaranteed money here. On topic, I don't think he's coming back this season.
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    I don't sympathize with Calvin at all. He signed a mega-contract with $60 million guaranteed. If he wanted the option to play for another team, he shouldn't have signed a long-term contract. And he just sounds like a whiner when he complains about the Lions being so bad. The 0-16 year came before he signed his contract in 2012. In Calvin's last 3 years, the Lions won 7, 11, and 7 games. Not amazing, but not bad either. The Lions deserve compensation if he plays elsewhere.
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    Yep, no doubt Oak killed Denver's RDE the entire game and won by 10 pts. Not taking anything away from that at all. We won't mention how Denver made Oak look like a soccer team the last game of the season. I don't put any value on that. All I'm saying is that people are so desperate to have Den in massive rebuild mode it's funny. Glad to hear Oak picked up a KR and a retired RB. That should definitely put them over the top.
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    I love this statement! As a Bronco fan, I'm also a realist. The reality is that the oline was bad and the RDE was equally bad. Denver has done a ton of work to rectify these issues while not losing much. Did they fix the oline? I have no idea, but they certainly upgraded the talent. This team could easily win the AFC West next year with the changes they've made. QB was not the reason they fell apart. Although not spectacular, QB was adequate to win enough games to at least make the playoffs. That's why I love comments like these. You're really hoping that Denver has completely fallen apart and is in massive rebuild mode. Sorry to inform you that it's just not the case. We will see.
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    I like Mixon the best. He is the complete package. He is big and explosive. He pass protects well. He is a great receiver (receiving yards are still important in non-PPR) He is a 3rd down back without any weaknesses except for his off the field problems. The Bengals' offensive line is bad but that matters less in a dynasty league since you are drafting for the long-term.
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    I still can't believe that Schefter would tweet Jason Pierre-Paul's private medical records after his hand was blowed up. Bush league move. I think Pierre-Paul would be totally justified in giving Schefter a three finger throat punch the next time he sees him.
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    I think the best Henry can hope for is one-third of the carries unless Murray gets injured. Since Henry will also get a low number of receptions, he isn't a viable fantasy starter while Murray is healthy. But I can see myself trying to trade for Henry mid-season when his owner is frustrated by his lack of production and the asking price is low. Murray is a higher than average injury risk. Having Henry in the fantasy playoff weeks would be sweet if Murray does get hurt. He could get have games with 30 carries. It's just not a gamble that is worth a 6th round draft pick in a fantasy draft.
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    You're my hero!!!
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    I use the MyFantasyLeague public league adps. They are the most accurate I've found. They are money leagues that all have the same rules. PPR, 1qb-2rb-3wr-1te-1flex. And make sure to use their public leagues adp and not their redraft adp. Their redraft leagues all have different rules and right now about a third of the redraft leagues are actually dynasty leagues. http://www03.myfantasyleague.com/2017/adp?COUNT=250&POS=*&ROOKIES=0&INJURED=0&CUTOFF=5&FRANCHISES=-1&IS_PPR=-1&IS_KEEPER=3&IS_MOCK=-1&TIME= And here are the adp results from the last 19 years: http://home.myfantasyleague.com/adp-rankings/
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    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/19768940/justice-department-gives-washington-redskins-name-fight The DOJ has stopped its case against the 'Skins and their name. About time.
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    And made a license plate honoring your state: http://image.syracuse.com/home/syr-media/width620/img/axeman/photo/22995061-mmmain.jpg
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    All I'm trying to say is that the Packers ran out of viable RBs last season and in desperation had to throw Montgomery into their backfield. It wasn't by design or strategy, simply they had no other choice really...having 'any' football player with football skills in the backfield running the ball occasionally is an asset to the offense as it takes away the defense just keying on the QB and receivers. I can't imagine even GB wants to relive what happened last year, let alone some other team try to copy it. It didn't work very well and was one of the main reasons they didn't make it to the SB. Aaron Rodgers could take a knee every 1st and 2nd down thru an entire game, and only try to move the ball on 3rd down and the Packers would probably still be in the game in the 4th quarter as he and his receivers are that good. But then, a few years ago when they had Lacy (an actual RB) in his prime, they were pretty much unstoppable. So sorry if I disagree with your theory, IMHO I just found it pretty funny that what someone would see as a strategy others would see as 'what the f'k are we gonna do now'...
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    And that's that. I let everyone in the league ( besides those 2 guys) vote if the draft order should be re picked, and they voted no. Then I asked the late joining manager of the spot 5 team if he would still play if I gave him the number 1 spot and gave his other co manager the boot, and he said no. So, I gave them both the boot. I got told I was on some "bitch manure" and that was the end of it. It only took 2 hrs and we have 2 new members that agreed on flipping a coin for pick #1 and pick #5. Thanks for all the input guys, it's much appreciated and I can rest a little easier now!
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    This is a free unique 96 team 8 player pool redraft competition between 8 fantasy football boards. A member of each board will have a draft spot from 1 to 12 (pick your own spot) and can trade between any of the 8 drafts. The drafts are staggered over a couple of weeks, giving you the ability (if you have traded in) to pick players in the mid rounds before making your first round pick (or other fun possibilities) For more info, send me a message. Thanks
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    I have one just like them, so I know where you're coming from on this.
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    Pretty simple really. One stays with the current team and pick. The other gets the 1st pick and the abandoned team. The end....... Besides, I'd rather have 5 than 1 anyway.
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    If I were the Ravens I'd be thinking about giving SF a call for Hyde.
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    Solid move...so long as he doesn't trip over a clipboard.
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    The 49ers are in rebuilding mode so giving Hyde first team snaps in early summer isn't indicative of much. They probably want to see if he can adapt to the new system before giving up on him. And more importantly, they probably want to trade him. Acting like Hyde is part of their plans might force a team to give up a 7th round pick instead of a conditional 7th round pick. So 5 different guys have the chance to be the lead back on a team with no quarterback and a horrible offensive line. I'm not wasting a roster spot on any of these jokers. And drafting Carlos Hyde at his current adp of 48 might be the worst pick of the fantasy draft.
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    It just depends on who you like. I like AB, but not much after that. I had Miller last year, he was not that great. I would have gone with Lynch in the 2nd- Raiders have a good o-line and good QB. 3rd pick I am looking at Crowell- they really beefed up there o-line, or Pryor- Cousins will be throwing a lot. 4th pick maybe tyreek, 5th pick I like Montgomery or Abdullah over Gillisee- and I am a Pats fan (to many RB options). I would try to go earlier on TE. Cousins, Mariota, Winston, and Rivers are some other QB's you can get later in the draft, and I think they are gonna have a good year. Those are just some of my opinions. Just go with who you think.
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    Since you traded future picks last year, I assume this is some form of keeper league.... who are your keepers? If no keepers, then I hope you won the league last year if you gave up 2 early picks this year for it. Assuming relatively normal scoring system, and relatively normal lineup options other than the QB eligible flex, this essentially is a start 2 QB league and I'd advocate going QB first in most instances and then depending on who was there and what the other owners did, then best available in the 2nd, buy you would need to seriously consider QB again in the 2nd if this league drafts anything close to what I have seen in most QB heavy leagues like this where you will be looking at something like 16-18 QBs going in the first 5-6 rounds. Not having a 3rd or 4th round pick is going to hamstring you.
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    I would do it in a heartbeat, I know the picks are in the future but it'll still be value for a guy who cant stay healthy
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    DeAngelo Williams says he is now willing to come back to the Panthers now that Gettleman is gone. So they've got that going for them.
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    And why you fail, that is. Yes, hmmm. http://www.yodaspeak.co.uk/index.php
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    Sounds like my ex wife's mindset.
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    I'll be glad when the season starts.
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    I wouldn't have given Greg Olsen an extension either. He has 2 years left on his contract at $6.75 million per year. I wouldn't even consider giving an extension until next year and maybe not even then. I'm also not going to fault Gettleman for cutting a 35-year-old Steve Smith. The Josh Norman fiasco was a bit of a head-scratcher, though.
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    The Tennessee Titans incredibly went from having the 25th best offensive line in 2015 to the 1st best offensive line in 2016 according to Profootballfocus. They also were the best red zone team offense in 2016 scoring touchdowns on 72% of their red zone trips. DeMarco Murray has an adp of 17.99. Derrick Henry has an adp of 73.90. Even with such a great offensive line, it's probably not possible for both running backs to produce up to their adp. Which running back produces up to their adp and which running back falls short of expectations?
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    Kids - MGMT
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    First off dont reach, your in the middle of the draft. Id look to start with a rb and wr after 2 rounds but dont get caught up in who, let the draft come to you, if the talent isnt there, relax and grab an rb in 3 or forth, then look to grab and 2 - 3 rb in the 5-8 Dj zeke odb brown evans jones bell, you will have the choice of 2 of them. You havent said who you start or roster size so its hard to give solid advice,
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    Denver's issue was Oline and Dline last year. QB was ok. Oline should be better this year and there is still a ton of talent in Denver this year. I'd be shocked if they weren't at the top or fighting for the top of the division this year.