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    Cheat codes are already included.
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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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    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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    Below is the average fantasy points of each round one draft position over the last 12 years separated by position. I used MFL adp rank, not their actual MFL adp. For instance, Antonio Brown had an adp of 2.11 last year, but he had the highest adp so he would be considered to have had an adp rank of 1. Points system used is ppr, .1 per yard rushing or receiving, 4 points passing td, .05 points per yard passing, -2 for fumbles, -2 for interceptions. Pick 1 11 rb averaged 298 points 1 wr averaged 308 points Pick 2 1 qb averaged 388 points 9 rb averaged 269 points 2 wr averaged 339 points Pick 3 1 qb averaged 281 points 9 rb averaged 210 points 2 wr averaged 242 points Pick 4 2 qb averaged 76 points 10 rb averaged 270 points Pick 5 3 qb averaged 362 points 6 rb averaged 237 points 3 wr averaged 318 points Pick 6 2 qb averaged 380 points 7 rb averaged 245 points 3 wr averaged 333 points Pick 7 3 qb averaged 285 points 6 rb averaged 187 points 3 wr averaged 224 points Pick 8 2 qb averaged 292 points 7 rb averaged 230 points 2 wr averaged 232 points 1 te averaged 229 points Pick 9 1 qb averaged 338 points 7 rb averaged 160 points 3 wr averaged 206 points 1 te averaged 255 points Pick 10 3 qb averaged 323 points 8 rb averaged 263 points 1 wr averaged 205 points Pick 11 3 qb averaged 306 points 7 rb averaged 169 points 1 wr averaged 314 points 1 te averaged 97 points Pick 12 1 qb averaged 362 points 5 rb averaged 186 points 6 wr averaged 251 points Overall in the first round of the last 12 years 22 qb averaged 304 points 92 rb averaged 233 points 27 wr averaged 266 points 3 te averaged 193 points
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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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    Below in the left column in descending order are the fantasy points scored the 9 times running backs have had adp rank in the first 6 picks of the first round in the last 3 years. The right column in descending order are the fantasy points scored the 8 times wide receivers have had adp rank in the first 6 picks of the first round in the last 3 years. 407 382 346 369 325 340 272 319 261 250 308 199 296 199 259 140 226
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    Below in the left column in descending order are the fantasy points scored the 14 times running backs have had adp rank in first round in the last 3 years. The right column in descending order are the fantasy points scored the 15 times wide receivers have had adp rank in the first round in the last 3 years. 407 382 346 369 325 340 317 319 302 316 272 308 261 296 267 250 261 199 259 199 226 141 205 140 199 82 197 9 186
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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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    Seriously. Like, hey guys, go out and draft for us but then you're all fired cuz you suck. But we'll be fine with whatever players you get for us in this excellent, deep draft, but you're fired after that.
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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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    the guy's a disaster
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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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    The $385,000 weight clause in Eddie Lacy's contract with the Seattle Seahawks is based on him hitting specific benchmarks on seven separate occasions, a league source tells ESPN's Field Yates. For each weigh-in that Lacy reaches his target number, he can make $55,000. The numbers are 255 pounds in May; 250 pounds in June and August; and 245 pounds in September, October, November and December. Can you believe this lol ...
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    I don't see it - he'll be out of the league in two years.
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    A couple of lessons I have learned from setting up a bunch of 2017 leagues: 1. All players begin as Unlocked. This means they can be picked up immediately, ad hoc, with no waiver run. You'll want to run a locking event immediately 2. There is a 4 round limit on waivers by default. Thing is, they hide this setting in Waivers setup and I know most BOTH leagues run BB waivers instead: Go into General Add/Drop setup and choose Always via Waivers Requests ADD/DROP AND WAIVERS SETUP General Add/Drop Setup <--------------------------------------- Here Transaction Calendar Setup Waivers/Free Agents Setup Waiver Request Setup Custom Waiver Order What Type Of Add/Drop System Does Your League Use? Always First Come/First Serve Always Via Waiver Requests Waiver Requests For Locked Players, First Come/First Serve For Rest Always Via Blind Bid Requests Blind Bid Requests For Locked Players, First Come/First Serve For Rest None Of The Above Hint: Select None of the Above if you want the commissioner to make all the moves or you play in a draft-only league. Then go into Waiver Request setup ADD/DROP AND WAIVERS SETUP General Add/Drop Setup Transaction Calendar Setup Waivers/Free Agents Setup Waiver Request Setup <-------------------------------- Here Custom Waiver Order Change the rounds (top of page) to 8 (maximum available) Maximum Number of Rounds for each Weekly Waiver Request Window: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hint: See our Help Center for details on what the term "Waiver Round" means. Then go BACK into General Add/Drop Setup and change it to Blind Bid Waivers. ADD/DROP AND WAIVERS SETUP General Add/Drop Setup <--------------------------------------- Here Transaction Calendar Setup Waivers/Free Agents Setup Waiver Request Setup Custom Waiver Order You'll see that Waivers Request Setup has been replaced by Blind Bid Waivers Setup, which doesn't have the Rounds option ADD/DROP AND WAIVERS SETUP General Add/Drop Setup Transaction Calendar Setup Waivers/Free Agents Setup Blind Bid Waiver Setup <------------------------------ Changed! Custom Waiver Order The good news is changing back and forth like this will NOT erase any existing bids. Tested and confirmed, so if you have owners that have put in some bids and hit this limit, you are safe to extend it to 8. I have a ticket open to see about increasing this, how stupid they choose such a low maximum. 3. Set it so that dropped players lock immediately - default is that they don't. Locked doesn't mean you can't put in a bid, it means they can't be picked up via FCFS and are only up for the next waiver run. Dropped Players Are Locked Until: Players are not locked when dropped. They can be immediately picked up (subject to league's waiver rules) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 day(s) later the following Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat at Midnight 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 9 p.m. 10 p.m. 11 p.m. ET The first waivers run after 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 days 4. The Add/Drop UI is different. You can only drop one guy at a time using this - horrible. You can cheat and use the IR or the Taxi function to do mass drops, it has the old radial button system to select all appropriate. I think that's it, but I'll add more as i think about them.
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    Well, it was nice knowing you all... ?
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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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    would be cool to see just 2014-2016 if you have the data on excel or something (and additional rounds would be very cool too) cause i feel like the prevailing draft philosophy up until the past few years was much more RB heavy in the first round. i did a brief skim of the some of the historical ADPs from the link you posted and it seems to support that. and it seems like there were less WRs in the top half of the first round compared to now. i didn't see many WRs going before picks 8 or 9 or so other than Calvin sneaking into like 4-6 a few times, and i don't think i saw any WRs going in the top 3 picks ever until 2014. that seems to be a bit of a turning point where 2 WRs went in the top 6 picks and WRs outnumbered RBs for the round as a whole. it also seems like people were more willing to take QBs high several years ago. did matt stafford really go #12 in 2012? jeez. 5 QBs in the first 13 picks that year...
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    I doubt the Steelers have any faith that Green will contribute. They might just be waiting for him to get healthy enough to cut. None of his 2017's $5 million salary is guaranteed.
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    I really hope he does bounce back to form, or at least has a few more decent years in the tank. I've always been a fan of him as a person, and admire his story.
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    It isn't uncommon at all for a superstar to bounce back after being given up for dead. It is less likely because he is 30 but it is still a definite possibility. It is more likely for Charles to return to form than it is for a non-superstar to ascend to superstardom.
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    Cleveland knocked it out of the park.
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    Bears are idiots. Laughing my ass off.
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    Because? Honest question. I only saw bits n pieces but he looked promising when I saw him (on that crapass team no less) and while stats can be misleading, those are pretty good too. I don't think anyone knows whether he can be the answer yet or not, but why draft him if you're not going to give him a shot?
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    I really hope Denver pulls a draft day trade for a current NFL LT. I'm not convinced any of the top LT prospects can anchor the LT spot for years to come so a trade would be great. Then let them focus on MLB (especially speed here), large youth on the DL and depth at RB, WR and OLine.
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    Romo will break his collerbone walking into the booth in week 1.
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    He spammed the same thing over 3 threads. So poof he went.
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    they could win the AFC east if they picked up Fred lane
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    Are you going on record as saying “The regular season is just a formality?”
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    Just cancel the season and give em the trophy now. First time these two ever agreed on ANYTHING
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    It's a GREAT deal for the Browns. They get a 2nd round pick.and a free pass at a QB with a pretty good offensive minded head coach. If they hate Osweiler they cut him, the $16M salary doesn't mean squat to them they have salary to burn. At one point the rumor was they were going to trade him to another team, while eating a portion of his contract. What would someone give for a year of Osweiler at say $4M? A 5th? The Browns might get ANOTHER pick and not even have to eat the entire dead money! I've also done this same thing in BOTH leagues to avoid dead year cap hits just nothing so valuable as a 2nd is to NFL teams. Wow.
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    He is the kind of guy that ends up on the Pats and scores 12 tds
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    That is back on.