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  1. Any poll that doesn't have Green Bay atop the list is fake news.
  2. Brandon Bolden

    Bolden at 20? That has to be a clerical error.
  3. ASJ to be released

    I wonder if ASJ came into the first day of mandatory minicamp smelling like whiskey. The Boston Herald believes "all signs point to" Matt LaCosse as the Patriots' starting tight end for Week 1. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player-news Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been released, Ben Watson is suspended and Stephen Anderson couldn't get on the field last season. That leaves 26-year-old LaCosse, who signed a two-year, $2.8 million deal early in free agency after catching 24 passes for the Broncos last year. He had previously never appeared in more than three games for any one team in a season, but stands in at 6-foot-6 with 4.6 speed. Per reporter Kevin Duffy, LaCosse has looked "smooth" in practice. With Rob Gronkowski gone, tight end is not going to be the fantasy position it once was in New England, but LaCosse is absolutely on the TE2/streaming radar. SOURCE: Boston Herald Jun 4, 2019, 4:51 PM ET
  4. Todd Gurley - 2019 draft ranking

    Pure speculation.
  5. Todd Gurley - 2019 draft ranking

    There is a real possibility that he retires before he ever touches the ball again.
  6. 18 Game Regular Season Considered

    From a statistics perspective, I hate it.
  7. Tevin Coleman

    This is why I'm not going to ignore this backfield. Shanahan can be very fantasy friendly to running backs. It won't surprise me if San Fran running backs collectively lead the league in fantasy points. I won't use a high draft pick on any of them but I'll gladly roster the odd man out. Since Coleman, McKinnon, and Breida might all be drafted in the 10th round or earlier, the best strategy might be to wait until one gets dropped in week 2 or 3, which will likely happen.
  8. NFL draft - 2021 = Cleveland, 2023 = Kansas City

    Summerfest is fun and super cheap. And Miller Park is a nice facility. Milwaukee can be a worthwhile weekend destination for someone who doesn't live too far away.
  9. Tevin Coleman

    I have trouble seeing Tevin Coleman as the lead back. NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco expects Tevin Coleman to receive the most touches among the 49ers' running backs this year. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player-news Coleman has been getting first-team reps with Jerick McKinnon, Matt Breida, and Raheem Mostert sitting out OTAs. There are some concerns McKinnon is going to need time to regain his pre-injury form, giving Coleman the early edge for lead back duties. Even if Coleman starts the year atop the depth chart, the 49ers backfield is a situation to avoid. SOURCE: NBC Sports Bay Area May 27, 2019, 9:20 AM ET
  10. There are definitely some players later in their career who take a pay cut to play for a contender. They are usually players who have already made $50-$100 million. They don't accept $2 million instead of $10 million. More likely, they accept $8 million instead of $10 million. Or maybe they are willing to play on a 1-year contract instead of demanding a multi-year deal. The idea that a bunch of players like this would collude and form a super team like the Fab Five did at Michigan is a bit far-fetched. If a quality player wants a championship, it'd be far easier and more realistic to sign with the Patriots at a discount.
  11. Money is more important than championships. Players will say the opposite but they are just repeating cliches they know the fans like to hear.
  12. NFL draft - 2021 = Cleveland, 2023 = Kansas City

    I'm always hearing nice things about Cleveland but maybe it's because I'm from Wisconsin. Cleveland definitely is a step up from Milwaukee. I know lots of people who go to Cleveland for a weekend and have a great time. The foodie scene definitely gets talked about a lot on the Food Network probably because of Michael Symon. The draft seems like something that should only be planned a week ahead when the weather forecast is available. And I couldn't see driving more than a few hours for the draft. It's just a bunch of dudes walking around the streets drinking beer and eating food. It's sounds like it's basically Oktoberfest. I think if I wanted to actually see Cleveland I'd go during a time when there isn't so many people.
  13. High Stakes Fantasy Leagues

    I'm considering both. I'm assuming the competition is better in the online competitions. Normally, I prefer a good challenge. But with big bucks, I think I'd rather have inferior competition. But probably all high-stakes leagues are quality competition.
  14. High Stakes Fantasy Leagues

    Of the fantasy leagues that cost in the $1,500-$2,000 range or thereabouts, which is the best?
  15. NFL draft - 2021 = Cleveland, 2023 = Kansas City

    It's hard to believe that 600,000 people attended this year's draft. It must have been like Mardi Gras but without women. NTTAWWT.