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  1. 8 points
    Most fans, most owners, and most players are getting put in to the middle of something they have no interest in being a part of. If you love football and stop watching because of the protests, you are allowing yourself to be victimized. You are letting them win. Ain't no one taking football away from me. I'll give you my remote when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.
  2. 7 points
    I don't feel sorry for them at all. I hope they don't win a single game and Dean Spanos catches crabs.
  3. 6 points
    I have never seen a President so hell bent on dividing people instead of leading them to value and respect one another's opinions. This 70 year old man child feasts on conflict which is exactly what this world needs less of. I sincerely hope people are paying attention and realize how one vote can put and entire country into purgatory. Hell I just want to watch football. The SOB twitter troll who started this should be fired for incompetence,dereliction of duty, and dumbasserdry. He'll go down as the worst President in U.S. history. That is if we survive the coming wars he's about to start with his stupidity and ignorance. Amazing how one man has found a way to piss off every segment of America accept Hillbilly Alabama. Honestly, it's like he looks for opportunities to piss people off. Truly amazing for the supposed leader of the free world.
  4. 6 points
    I predict he'll deliver a baby on a bus on the way to stadium, run for 300 yds, catch 15 passes, score 4 tds and give cpr to a heart attack victim in the stands at halftime saving their life.
  5. 6 points
    He is uncoverable
  6. 5 points
  7. 5 points
    There are millions of others who own these players, don't curse all the owners because of this awful trade.
  8. 5 points
    john fox is just jeff fisher in a different city
  9. 5 points
    Kaepernick (and others) was already kneeling before he was elected. Divide was already present, the pres and the media just have a knack for exacerbating it. Funny thing is both sides are currently valid. The players have the ability to this form of protest while working because their contract has no rules against it and fans have the right to withdraw their support and money. Yet here we are just continuing on about how this side or the other is wrong and throwing blame on one person or another for divisiveness. Very much seems like the pot and the kettle at this point. I'll get out of this threads way though...
  10. 5 points
    Sure, you may not see if you turn on the game at 1:05 or 4:30, but you'll be hearing about it for the next 3 hours
  11. 5 points
    This is the critical problem with politicians, of all persuasions - they try to inject themselves into every aspect of daily life and turn everything into a political decision, or a political commentary. How far are we going to take this us v them insanity? Enough is enough aholes - we're all trying to be socially responsible and respectful but at the end of the day all we want to do is WATCH FOOTBALL.
  12. 5 points
    Law of 370 got both of them.
  13. 5 points
    Here you go, champ: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=printable+fantasy+football+draft+sheet
  14. 5 points
    Cheat codes are already included.
  15. 4 points
    His longest run of the year was onto the field to get ejected like a F'ing idiot
  16. 4 points
    Maybe its time to go with the ole sleep with his wife option. That hasn't been mentioned yet right?
  17. 4 points
    Hang tight. Stevegrab will show up and tell you what to do..
  18. 4 points
    Or maybe people are finally just sick to death of hearing his name and/or about the whole anthem BS.
  19. 4 points
    Most NFL owners are politically conservative and believe everyone should stand for the anthem. 7 NFL owners donated $1 million dollars each to Trump's inaugural committee. They stayed out of the anthem issue for as long as they could. They would have preferred to have ignored the issue and hoped it would have gone away. But they really had no choice but to respond considering how important the issue is to the players and how important the players are to them. The owners clearly had planned what their response would be if/when Trump finally attacked. There was little division among owners this past weekend. The responses that owners gave were very well written and extremely persuasive. It is not the owner's responsibility to dictate political views for their players. The original European settlers in this country came here because a person could believe whatever they wanted in this country without fear of retribution. It is so sad that Americans who consider themselves patriotic are so intent on forcing their beliefs on others.
  20. 4 points
    It seems a lot of people have the whole season figured out based on what has happened in these first two weeks.
  21. 4 points
    This one's on me, guys. I read that Bradford had been a top 10 quarterback since week 9 of last year due to a coaching change. Also, I reasoned that he hadn't been hurt in a while, so I thought he might be a sneaky pickup. The day after I added him, this mystery knee ailment was reported. I'm going to cut him right now, so your fantasy football universes should come back into alignment.
  22. 4 points
    This would be a seriously bad sign. Marvin Lewis should've been fired years ago, IMO.
  23. 4 points
    did you get some for this collusion? If not, you need to collude better.
  24. 4 points
  25. 4 points
    Some of the comments on Twitter and other media are down right pathetic, people worried about Fantasy Football when people's lives are in danger. Anyone on the site here from down that way, thoughts and prayers are with you !
  26. 4 points
    Afraid to give my opinion... Tell me what you want me to say, i'll rehearse it and get back to you?
  27. 4 points
    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.
  28. 4 points
    Here it is: http://thehuddle.com/2017/08/12/dont-be-a-slave-to-adp/
  29. 4 points
    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.
  30. 4 points
    those muscles all titan up.
  31. 4 points
    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!
  32. 4 points
    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.
  33. 4 points
    Low class and unnecessary.
  34. 4 points
    You know what they say, a hobby stops being fun when it becomes a job...
  35. 4 points
    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.
  36. 4 points
    JStew 2.0? That's a kiss of death if I've ever seen one.
  37. 4 points
    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.
  38. 4 points
    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.
  39. 4 points
  40. 4 points
    I came back here just to laugh at the Bears. Giving up all that for one spot. LOL
  41. 4 points
    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.
  42. 4 points
    I think I would take that swap any day
  43. 4 points
    I don't know about deadly...
  44. 4 points
    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.
  45. 4 points
    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.
  46. 4 points
    it would be nice to know who is viewing forums and threads.
  47. 3 points
    Their stats are even because Evans has played 4 weeks and Agholor has played 6 weeks.
  48. 3 points
    This is the toll we must bear at the alter of political correctness. Now stop criticizing her you sexist misogynists.
  49. 3 points
    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.
  50. 3 points
    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!