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  1. Trade away DHop?

    Good point. I guess it's a bit easier to gamble at WR, since there are more options. Even my other receivers - Tyrell Williams has outscored him in 3 out of 4 games and Robinson twice out of 5. Thomas has outscored him 5 out of 6. Seems like Watson is becoming a better QB and spreading the ball around more and doesn't need to force it to DHop as much anymore. That said, it's still tough to trade him away!
  2. Trade away DHop?

    I just lost Dissley, picked up Herndon a couple weeks ago. I'm 5-1 and was just offered M. Andrews and AJ for DHop and R. Jones. He's 1-5 and can't wait for AJ any longer. I don't know if Herndon will play this week and there is junk on the WW. I love DHop, but he just hasn't been getting it done with too many mouths to feed there. I don't love AJ, but Bengals are throwing the ball a lot. Andrews would be a big upgrade at TE for me and if Herndon does anything, I might be able to flip him for something else in a week or 2. Would you make the deal?
  3. Buy low on Le'Veon?

    I've been lucky enough to get to 5-0 in my league, which gives me the luxury of looking ahead a bit. According to the Huddle's Strength of Schedule tool, the Jets have the best RB schedule in the league going forward and one of the top 5 during playoff weeks. Le'Veon hasn't really got it going, but Darnold and Herndon are coming back, which should help the offense, and he is one of the few workhorse RBs left in the NFL. The Le'Veon owner is 0-5 and needs to start winning now. I'm thinking of offering up Ekeler, J. Howard and the Bears D for Le'Veon and Ty Montgomery (Bell's handcuff). His other RBs are Michel, Ito Smith and Burkhead. Thoughts? Would you do it? Are you buying low on Bell right now? Or is he just gonna be a bust all year?
  4. Bears' O line

    The D-line looked slow and tired from the get-go. Got pushed around in the running game and couldn't get through any blocks in the passing game. Looked like a completely different defense than the first 4 weeks. I don't know if jet lag had something to do with it or what. Raiders flew to London last Sunday after their game in Indy. Bears didn't go until Friday, like they would for a typical road game. Whether or not that was it, I don't know but the Raiders looked much more ready to play.
  5. Need a flex... Thanks! Ekeler vs. Denver - he's been my guy and I'm still thinking about leaving him in the lineup - Gordon could be limited since it's his 1st game back and Denver's run D is not good, so plenty for both? A. Robinson @ Oakland (London) - Oakland pass D is terrible and he's the only guy getting anything in the Chicago passing game. But, Bears could be up big and running a lot too. And, Chase Daniel. Other options... J. Howard vs Jets - big game last week, Philly should be up big and running out clock in the 2nd half. But, so many RB's in Philly... R. Jones @ NO - has looked better than Barber, but still splitting time and against a tough run D. T. Williams vs Chicago (London) - TD catch in every game, but I wouldn't start anyone vs. Bears D. L. Murray... No.
  6. Flex help this week

    Need one of these guys in a flex spot... Probably comes down to one of these 2 guys: Ekeler vs. Denver - he's been my guy and I'm still thinking about leaving him in the lineup - Gordon could be limited since it's his 1st game back and Denver's run D is not good, so plenty for both? A. Robinson @ Oakland (London) - Oakland pass D is terrible and he's the only guy getting anything in the Chicago passing game. But, Bears could be up big and running a lot too. And, Chase Daniel. Other options... J. Howard vs Jets - big game last week, Philly should be up big and running out clock in the 2nd half. But, so many RB's in Philly... R. Jones @ NO - has looked better than Barber, but still splitting time and against a tough run D. T. Williams vs Chicago (London) - TD catch in every game, but I wouldn't start anyone vs. Bears D. L. Murray... No. Thanks in advance!
  7. 2005 I think. Down by 45-ish points, my opponent is done, I have LaDainian left in the Sunday or Monday nighter. Opponent's been talking trash (good natured trash - we're good friends). LT goes off - 3 rushing TDs, throws a TD pass. Late in the game, Chargers are winning big and I'm still down by 4-5 points. Handoff to LT, he breaks a 60+ yard run to put me in the lead. Schottenheimer puts LT on the bench and lets Michael Turner finish out the clock. No trash talk from me... I just post the full lyrics to "Mama Said Knock You Out" on the front page of our league web site. Glorious. It still comes up on occasion during draft weekend, including this year. Edit: Did a little digging on Pro Football reference. Looks like Week 3 of 2005, Sunday night against the Giants. LT's final rush was from SD's 9 yard line, 62 yards to the Giants' 29. We may have tweaked scoring since then, but looks like he was worth 47.1 points for me that night to barely squeak out the win.
  8. Melvin Gordon Holdout to end, he could join this week

    Well, shoot. There goes my plan to trade Ekeler...
  9. Trade for TE...

    Team in sig. I'm weak at TE and I know the Andrews and Hooper owners are willing to trade (they have Kittle and Engram, respectively). Which one of these guys would you target? And who would you offer up? With Nuk and Thomas, I'm pretty strong at WR, so thinking of offering up Williams or Robinson. Thanks!
  10. NFL Opening Day--Sept 11

    Thanks for bumping this again this year. I think I said it in a previous post in this thread, but the memories of watching that day unfold are part of what inspired me to become a volunteer firefighter in my community. 343. Never Forget.