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    I like it. Maybe they can go to a 32 game sked where at the halfway point they have playoffs and a SB1stH. Then the second half with playoffs and a SB2ndH. Then finish up with both SB(part 1 and 2) in one gigantic SB. If they were to put their minds to it we could have the NFL year 'round. They could have a 30 round draft to help flesh out the rosters too.
  3. 3 points
    Uhg. Don't be a twatty little stalker because I twisted your titties in the fan thread
  4. 3 points
    WTF is wrong with you? Link to where anyone said beating a child is acceptable? Know what nevermind, you are not worth the effort. I hope you'll be better in the future, but I won't be viewing your posts anymore.
  5. 3 points
    Americas team man. I know it makes you sob into your Randall Cunningham feet pajamas while you stare at your Lindross posters , but its true . That's why we are on national TV practically every week. Why would a bandwagon fan pick a team that hasn't won in 20+ years ?
  6. 2 points
    Maybe the owners are intentionally proposing the most ridiculous idea they could come up with so that the players are more receptive to the owner's real proposal. Just like with a fantasy trade, you lowball with your first offer.
  7. 2 points
    One contract to rule them all...
  8. 2 points
    You mean 4 games not 4 months
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  10. 1 point
    I'd still go Zeke. I don't think he's holding out. He doesn't have much leverage.
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    Agree, it's a recipe for disaster.
  13. 1 point
    Intentionally sidelining an OL can lead to more injuries for QBs, RBs, and other OL. Then they’ll need backups for the backups of their backups. Still trying to pay for 16 game checks while adding revenue for the added games is pretty covert. No one can see what they are up to.
  14. 1 point
    4 games out should should generally lower investment needed to grab him late or pick up early in the season.
  15. 1 point
    The regular season and playoff formats are fine. The owners want to fix stuff that isn't broken all in the name of greed.
  16. 1 point
    This bid is still open until 7/12/2019 at 5:31 PM ET
  17. 1 point
    I like that Melvin will be playing in a contract year. He'll have to play through injury.
  18. 1 point
    I'm not going to read too much into this workout. Tom is working out in Cali and Gronk happened to be there for a charity basketball event. It's not like he flew out there just to work out. It makes sense that 2 friends would hang out and toss the ball around.
  19. 1 point
    Sure first tell me about when you weren't a jerk.
  20. 1 point
    No chance I would pay Gordon. Guy is already having injury concerns. Just say good day sir, thank you for your service. Gurley shouldn't be the standard because the Rams are going to lose big on it likely. The sad truth is RB's are battering rams for their rookie contracts then become used goods. Some people continue to pay backs premium $ after the rookie contract and they often end up disappointed.
  21. 1 point
    Fascinating. Tell me about the rabbits, Steve.
  22. 1 point
    Terrible situation but hats off to the NFL. That was a classy move.
  23. 1 point
    The NFL is stepping in to pay his medical bills. https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nfl/news/nfl-will-cover-kendrick-nortons-medical-costs-after-arm-amputation/pir69b005b9814yvahcqd49zp
  24. 1 point
    How'd you get that team in a 10 man league is the real question...
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    Drake and Miller offer little to no value at those rounds. Just not far off from where they'd go in a 10 man anyways and they are shaky at best in terms of prognostications for the year. Barber is ugh...even at that round. Is he the back, is he not, does Arians even care? He's not the gamble I'd want. Leaves Cohen, Godwin, and Moore. Cohen is massively intriguing in a PPR based off last years numbers. Of course it's not last year and Montgomery could possibly get in the way, but regardless you kind of have to take that chance with that super low cost. I like both Godwin and Moore to step up this year, but it's a coin flip on deciding between them. Godwin in Arian's system and with that cost is great, but he has a lower floor and higher chance of being a bust than Moore. Moore's 10th round cost is a bit more prohibitive to me and I have concerns about both team and QB stability in Carolina could diminish his return on investment. So where to put the risk? /shrug Personally I'd probably go Cohen and Godwin, but wouldn't fault any combo of Cohen/Godwin/Moore.
  27. 1 point
    I admire you guys' dedication.
  28. 1 point
    It's a tough call but I'd keep Sony. He looked really good at times last season.
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    Thomas for sure. Than I would say Conner
  31. 1 point
    Julio and DJ slightly ahead of Chubb
  32. 1 point
    I’ll give Berlin a 4th of July gift...I pass.
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    I completely agree with you that the system is broken when you have to choose sometimes whether you want to be innocent and bankrupt or guilty and still have money. I didn't mean a literal court of law but I was speaking more figuratively. The NFL is in kind of an awkward position where there are no pressed charges, so they are left to decipher on their own how to discipline people which they've clearly had difficulty with in the past. Ray Rice was only suspended 2 games until video came out, then basically his career was over. The Ezekiel Elliott thing was a mess. Adrian Peterson's was more straightforward. Tom Brady's was a mess. I wouldn't necessarily enjoy the position they are in, trying to sort out the truth in he-said/she-said or otherwise murky cases. But at the same time if they don't punish them there's a cloud that hangs over the league and their credibility takes a hit. Tyreek saying on tape that she should be scared of him, after he's been prosecuted in the past for punching her while pregnant will probably earn him a suspension no matter what. That's my sense.
  35. 1 point
    And others can have opinions about your opinions and will even judge you for them...especially when you say stupid manure like that. I'll leave you to your hypocrisy.
  36. 1 point
    And yet here you are, still playing fantasy leagues and giving the NFL what they want (clicks, ratings, whatever gets them $). Sad to say, but as long as you keep supporting the system while you rage on you're not going to get far brother.
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    I never roster 2 TEs in my redraft leagues but I am wondering this year about a flyer on Andrews late in the draft. You may have to give him 3-4 weeks to see what you have - if he hits maybe trade bait, or maybe a hedge if your TE1 underperforms for some reason. Agree that Lamar is a problem but the short stuff he can actually hit. Baltimore hires all the analytics guys this summer and that gives me some hope that they will actually play to Lamar's strengths in the offensive game plan. Who knows what we'll get out of the Ravens offense this year but I doubt it will be a re-tread of last year.
  39. 1 point
    I think Lamar is destined to have 3,000 passing yards and 15 passing touchdowns. He could still be a fantasy force with crazy rushing stats but his wide receivers and tight ends will suffer.
  40. 1 point
    Wow, brilliant. The more you speak the more ignorant you become.
  41. 1 point
    You Can Try - Piranha wins Processed $89-$59
  42. 1 point
    I only have $23 I'm not selling off more of my assets, so pass
  43. 1 point
    Processed Berlin $62-$52 Mr Big $13-$23
  44. 1 point
    Agree. There are 2 separate arguments here. Who has the most fans, and who has the best fans? There's no doubt that there are more Cowboy fans. But you only see or hear from these cockroaches when they are winning. Otherwise they are huddled up in Mom's basement cooking meth.
  45. 1 point
    Probably why Cowboys and Pats top this list. Single biggest factor for popularity across all sports in my opinion. Its why the GD Cubs fans are everywhere (WGN) and Notre Dame football still doesn't even need to join a conference. Hell, outside of possibly Antarctica there isn't a single continent that hasn't broadcasted a Manchester United game.
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    Not buying this at all. The Rams are not 32nd and The Chiefs at 31 is ridiculous.
  48. 1 point
    That certainly wasn't what I said Stevie. I'm okay with replay. I'm against the NFL routinely using failed quick fixes in a reactionary manner instead of taking a proactive systematic approach to the ruling and referring issues. And the catch rule has been fubared since at least 2010. They revised it in 2015 and 2018; so hopefully they are where they need to be now with one of the most fundamental and basic actions in football. Going by history, and how much more difficult it is judge PI; we can expect the NFL to make pass interference great again by 2050.
  49. 1 point
    Mr. Big has until June 23 @ 6:31 AM ET to match $19
  50. 1 point
    Yawn, thanks for the breaking news Steve. I had no idea that they'd listen to all offers. That's a great new concept huh?