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    Here you go, champ: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=printable+fantasy+football+draft+sheet
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    Cheat codes are already included.
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    I'm willing to take a gamble in the 4th round. He is a tier-one talent. I'd rather take the chance that he doesn't get hurt than hoping that another player with less talent ascends.
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    those muscles all titan up.
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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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    Tell them they can either figure it out themselves or you will just find another owner to take team 1 and they can either co-manage team 5 per the original agreement or both get bent. People making a stink on something like this in year 1 aren't worth keeping around and they definitely aren't worth capitulating to.
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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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    JStew 2.0? That's a kiss of death if I've ever seen one.
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    Barnidge could be a nice addition to a team since he is a capable blocker and receiver. But fantasywise, a tight end who projects to 50 receptions, 500 yards, and 5 touchdowns isn't roster worthy. Personally, I think he should consider joining the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery tv series as a Cardassian.
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    The NFL Network would be smart to hire Clayton. Nerdy football fans are one of the fastest growing segments of the NFL fan base and Clayton is person with who they can identify. And advertisers love nerds because they have a lot of disposable income.
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    I came back here just to laugh at the Bears. Giving up all that for one spot. LOL
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    Wait a second...that's it? 34 words? 3 sentences? Slip deserves way, way, way, way, way more from you. Stop slacking and let's see it...the whole feeling, an essay.
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    I think I would take that swap any day
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    I don't know about deadly...
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    I"m just shocked none of the felonies he's charged with are in regards to stealing 40 million dollars from the Jets. He's much easier to identify in those videos.
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    Dave/Whitney: What are you thinking? I've known you a long time. The new skin is disgusting. Keep your damn brand for once in a while. Change it back.
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    it would be nice to know who is viewing forums and threads.
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    If teams is really in that bad shape you should waive the fee for the team this year. However, if he wants to trade any assets that affect next years draft then fees are due up front for that year. I find it mind boggling that in an 8 team 3 keeper league that any team would be that bad. Only 24 people are being kept (at most), any team owner can overcome that. Personally I'd find someone who doesn't flinch at $20, cause really? $20? Waste that on 2 beers at a bar, stay in and watch Netflix one night.
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    Here it is: http://thehuddle.com/2017/08/12/dont-be-a-slave-to-adp/
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    I like Decker. He is still only 30 years old. He has a physicality that few receivers possess which has led him to be a touchdown machine. He leads all receivers since 2012 in red zone touchdown receptions with 36. Mariota has also been phenomenal in the red zone. He leads all NFL quarterbacks since 2012 in red zone passer rating with a rating of 114.6. Last year he threw 18 touchdown passes and 0 interceptions in the red zone. He hasn't thrown a single red zone interception in his career. Considering how little talent the Titans have had at receiver, his red zone success is incredible. Combining two players whose strengths match so well can only lead to good things. Mariota looks like a quarterback who has the sky as his limit. Decker should help him continue to ascend. Both players have adps that make them very attractive (though not as attractive as Eric Decker's wife). Mariota has an MFL public league adp of 97.61. Decker has an MFL public league adp of 92.88. They also have a very nice fantasy playoff schedule with the 49ers and Rams in weeks 15 and 16. I'm more than comfortable having Mariota as my starting quarterback and Decker as my WR3.
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    The Packers offense did not look good at the start of last year. Rodgers completed only 56% of his passes in the first 4 games of the season. As soon as the Packers started using Montgomery as a running back, their offense did far better. The difference was night and day. Montgomery averaged 5.9 yards per carry including 7.0 yards per carry on first down. But the effect he had was much greater than just his rushing and receiving stats. Defenses had a hard time adjusting when Montgomery went in motion and became a wide receiver. The entire Packers offense played much better when he was on the field. From the 5th game onward, Rodgers didn't have a game where he completed less than 60% of his passes. The NFL is a league of copycats. If something is effective, teams will be sure to copy it. Tyreek Hill started getting snaps in the backfield starting in week 16 of last year and was very effective. Alvin Kamara has been working with the Saints' wide receivers group. Christian McCaffrey was the 8th pick in the draft. Are all of these players plus a bunch of others going to be used like Ty Montgomery? From the 5th game onward, Montgomery scored 140.5 fantasy points in PPR. That point total would put him at 15th overall for running backs during that span. Had he not had problems with sickle cell trait, his point total could have been much higher. The press hasn't been talking about teams using this strategy much. My guess is that a lot of teams are going to try the strategy but are keeping it a secret in order to take teams by surprise. Teams might even wait until the regular season to begin using this strategy. Personally, I think this is going to be more effective and long lasting than the Wildcat. The Wildcat had a quarterback as a bad wide receiver and a running back as a quarterback who couldn't throw well. It didn't really add much complexity. In fact, it took away complexity since it was pretty much known that the running back was going to run. Defenses adjusted quickly and the Wildcat was a short-lived phenomenon. If a player can legitimately play both running back and wide receiver, the Ty Montgomery strategy adds a complexity that isn't gimmicky. Modern NFL offenses are all about complexity. I think this strategy will stay. Fantasywise, the question is if any teams will use this strategy as much as the Packers did last year. If so, the effect on fantasy could be huge.
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    Take control of the situation now. If they're fighting over that, the season will be a nightmare. You're the commish, tell them there will be a coin toss and if they don't like it they can take their circus elsewhere. Oh...and welcome to the huddle.
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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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    Isn't this around the time of the year when the "best shape of his life" news starts picking up also?
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    I was also told there would be no conclusions...
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    People said the same things about Cordarrelle Patterson. He played 40% of snaps his rookie year and managed to get 9 touchdowns (4 receiving, 3 rushing, 2 return). Patterson ended up with an MFL adp of 40 in his sophomore year. People talked about his immense natural talents and how offensive guru Norv Turner was going to use Patterson in a million different ways to get the ball in his hands. History has not been kind to players who aren't traditional receivers but are labeled "playmakers". They might take the league by surprise one year but have trouble maintaining a high level when teams game plan for them. I'll still likely be drafting him because of his high ceiling but I'm not at all confident about the pick.
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    They should change their name from the Jets to the Tanks this year, with a pic of a flaming Sherman on their helmets
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    What a disaster. As long as he does not wind up sitting next to Deion Sanders or Skip Bayless, I'll watch John Clayton wherever he goes.
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    As I’m sure you will all have seen, Scott Ryan (Irish) is taking a step back from fantasy football this year. He has been highly active in many leagues here on The Huddle, even acting as commissioner in several leagues each year, and has always been a vocal and visible presence on the boards. I just wanted to offer three cheers for Scott and say that the game will not be the same without him! He did the work of ten people, leading countless leagues for years, and I’m sure a lot of our fellow Huddlers will want to join me in thanking him for all of the hard work he has put into organising this game that we love. Finding people to step into his shoes will not be easy! Thank you for all of your efforts, Scott, and good luck with whatever you go onto next!
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    Here's a breakdown of the celebration rule changes...the Key and Peele video is hilarious. That celebration would easily be worth the 15 yards. http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/news/nfl-celebrations-rules-changes-guide-touchdown-twerk-fines-penalties/10avlygqnctlez2bf561umewx
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    The 4 highest season totals from the last 12 years are from running backs so their ceiling is a tad higher. Wide receivers definitely have a higher floor. The biggest difference in floor wasn't running backs getting hurt, though they did get hurt a bit more often. The biggest difference was that running backs would sometimes just suck for no apparent reason. A lot of the time it was a running back who had only been good for one year previously. Receivers drafted in the first round had almost always been elite for several years and injury was the only way they didn't meet their expectations.
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    the general pattern seems to confirm what i would expect, which is that WRs are safer picks floor-wise that there's not any huge benefit ceiling-wise to either position
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    He'll still outperform a couple of the TEs I drafted last year.
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    Stupid, you can kill someone, abuse your spouse, abuse your children, abuse animals and cheat the game of its integrity and you can still play. But if you smoke Josh Gordon, your career is over.
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    Out of football shape and on the beer and bong diet for a year. Yeah, I'm not getting giddy over the comeback.
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    I'd rather have the pick then either of them. Honestly think its a good move. Hooker is going to be very boom or bust with his play style and I've already stated I don't think any of the QBs were 1st round worthy. Defense is still deep at the moment in this draft, so you can use other picks now to address needs while you've already added on picks for next year when the QB class improves.
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    Wow. I bet Darin just spit up his beer.
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    Im just busting balls. I dont even know what the hell you guys are talking about. Sometimes MFL loyalists get a little high and mighty. I saw this as a chance for a reality slap. All sites have their flaws
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    I don't see it - he'll be out of the league in two years.
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    Well, it was nice knowing you all... ?