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  1. Antonio Brown has frostbitten feet

    They definitely want the appearance of caring about the player's health. But mostly I think they just want to be a thorn in Antonio's side because he is annoying. Goodell doesn't have to kowtow to Antonio. The NFL doesn't care about the drama this is creating for the Raiders. The drama is actually good for NFL ratings. Hard knocks has the best ratings in 10 years (Gruden probably has a lot to do with that, too).
  2. DirecTV / NFL Sunday Ticket (2019)

    Classic drug dealer strategy. First one is free.
  3. Message Board League #1 Chat

    Mini Corey Feldman would like to dedicate this song to Piranha
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  5. DK Metcalf to have minor surgery

    DK Metcalf (knee) will have surgery this week but isn't expected to be sidelined too long. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player-news This could be a knee scope, but we're awaiting official word from the team. If that's the case, Metcalf could be looking on the wrong side of questionable for Week 1, but the Seahawks are optimistic that's not the case. Metcalf's injury history is one of the reasons why he "fell" in the 2019 NFL Draft, so they'd be smart to not rush him back. When he returns, Metcalf is expected to start in two-receiver sets with Tyler Lockett. SOURCE: Tom Pelissero on Twitter Aug 18, 2019, 11:46 PM ET
  6. David Johnson Thread

    PFF seems to have trouble differentiating between a poor performance because of a poor supporting cast and legitimate poor play. In other words, they're going to give a bad grade to someone who averages 3.6 ypc even if the offensive line and quarterback are horrible. And Arizona had the worst offensive line and worst quarterback play in the NFL last year. Although, maybe a good running back should be able to average 4.0+ ypc regardless of his teammates.
  7. DirecTV / NFL Sunday Ticket (2019)

    You definitely should NOT stream the games for free. A lot of people are googling "NFL streams reddit". The reddit thread has links to all of the games. These unsavory types who stream for free often speak of the high quality "Buff Streams" link.
  8. Message Board League status

    You don't have time for us little guys now that you're making your millions with FireFan?
  9. Carolina Wide outs

    In early MFL drafts, Samuel had a 9th round adp. His adp has been going up. In MFL drafts since August 1st, his adp is 84 which is the 7th/8th round corner. And he is intriguing. He had 39 receptions with a lot of touchdowns while only playing 44% of snaps last year. And his targets weren't just short distance throws. He averaged more air yards than DJ Moore. If he truly is developing into a legit receiver, the sky is the limit. People thought Patterson was developing into a legit wide receiver, too. He was a first round pick in the NFL draft. He had 45 receptions and 9 total touchdowns in his rookie year while only playing 41% of offensive snaps. In his second year, he had the 37th highest adp in MFL redraft leagues. Here are some Rotoworld blurbs about Patterson entering his sophomore season (he ended up with 33 receptions while playing 55% of offensive snaps): Cordarrelle Patterson is expected to be the Vikings' starting split end "for years to come." Patterson played behind Jerome Simpson for much of his rookie year, averaging just 28.0 snaps per game and finishing with a 45/469/4 line. But Simpson is an unrestricted free agent facing another NFL suspension and it's obvious to anyone with two functioning eyes that Patterson needs to be an every-down player. He has the natural ability to be a plus-sized Percy Harvin with the ball in his hands at 6'2/216. There won't be many better fantasy breakout candidates in 2014 than Patterson. SOURCE: ESPN.com Jan 22, 2014, 9:58 AM ET The Minneapolis Star-Tribune believes Cordarrelle Patterson is "in line for a monster season" in 2014. Patterson spent most of his rookie season behind Jerome Simpson before going off for 375 total yards and six touchdowns over the final five games. He's expected to open 2014 as the Vikings' starting split end and will be a major breakout candidate under new OC Norv Turner. With Simpson unlikely to be re-signed and Greg Jennings limited to slot duties, Patterson is going to be the centerpiece of Minnesota's pass offense. Josh Gordon led the league in receiving yards last year under Turner despite having Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden, and Brian Hoyer as his quarterbacks. SOURCE: Minneapolis Star-Tribune Feb 14, 2014, 6:12 PM ET Greg Jennings said he's been told the Vikings are going to "showcase" Cordarrelle Patterson. After sitting down with new coach Mike Zimmer and new offensive coordinator Norv Turner, Jennings "quickly got a sense of how prominently Patterson would be featured in the Vikings' offense." It's a stark change from last season, when Bill Musgrave inexplicably shackled Patterson's freakish natural ability. We're still worried about C-Patt's raw route running, but Turner is going to scheme the ball into his hands any way he can. Owners that like to bet on talent and let the chips fall should be salivating. RELATED: Greg Jennings SOURCE: ESPN.com Jun 23, 2014, 8:14 AM ET Both Matt Cassel and Vikings OC Norv Turner are praising Cordarrelle Patterson's route-running improvement. Route limitations forced ex-OC Bill Musgrave to utilize Patterson as a gadget player on offense last year. Cassel cited Patterson's "route-running and his ability to recognize defense" as areas where he's made the most progress. "I think from Day 1 to now he's improved as a route runner," added Turner. "He's been very serious about working as a route runner." Patterson's breakout potential is unfortunately already built into his early fifth-round ADP. He'll be a boom-or-bust fantasy pick. SOURCE: FOX Sports Minnesota Jul 4, 2014, 1:31 PM ET
  10. Carolina Wide outs

    That analysis is pretty much the exact same that Cordarrelle Patterson and Tavon Austin received. Gadget players sometimes will get a bunch of touchdowns on minimal touches, then the next year they are talked up big time and said to be developing into a real wide receiver, and then they almost never deliver. Maybe Samuel will be more similar to Percy Harvin than the countless gadget players who never did much as a receiver but I'm going to have to see it to believe it. Athleticism alone isn't enough to be a legitimate wide receiver. It'll also be difficult for DJ Moore, Curtis Samuel, the tight ends, and CMC to all reach their projections. My guess is that either Moore or Samuel will be a wr2, but not both.
  11. Rumor: Ezekiel Elliott planning a training camp holdout

    Low end starting quarterbacks get paid because the alternative is having Trevor Siemian or DeShone Kizer as your quarterback. Quarterback is important. Being the 25th best quarterback in the world has value.
  12. Message Board Leagues

    I'd like in if any spots come available
  13. Rumor: Ezekiel Elliott planning a training camp holdout

    I'm not saying Dak is elite. But people use the argument that elite quarterbacks get paid $30-$35 million therefore Dak should get paid way less. But elite quarterbacks are worth way more than $35 million so Dak can still be worth $30 million while not being close to elite. Complete chump quarterbacks can make $18 million. Dak is halfway between elite and a chump in terms of talent.
  14. Rumor: Ezekiel Elliott planning a training camp holdout

    Elite quarterbacks have always been severely underpaid. Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes are worth more than $50 million a year. So Dak is probably worth the $30 million that he will receive.
  15. Preparing for my draft

    It's a good thing to do if you pick at the 2,3,4 or 9,10.11 spots since you can sometimes predict what positions the people closer to the corner will pick once you get past the first few rounds. If you pick at 1 or 12 or in the middle, it really doesn't provide much benefit. If I were you, I would also download the rankings from your draft site and mark off the players when they are taken. Most of the people will use it for their draft so it is a good predictor of where players will get drafted. I realize this would be 3 separate sheets to follow but it really isn't that hard to mark a player off in 3 places.