Bier Meister

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  1. how are you watching NFL?

    YouTube tv
  2. Courtland Sutton active

  3. Remember Me & No One

  4. Missing Tiers in The Huddle Cheat Sheets

    Do what you like. I always adjust based on my projections anyway. Part of my draft prep.
  5. how are you watching NFL?

    I have been with Directv for about 25 years. The dance this year has been the most frustrating I have ever experienced. I called sunday and got the deal I wanted. Monday I received an email with a statement that showed an increase to $231/month. I call Tuesday and they have no record of my conversation on sunday. I cancelled. While I am waiting for the typical winback email or phone call, I set up a month's trial of Youtube tv. It will be about $70/month after the promo. It has NFL network and redzone. As I am getting to know it and navigate better, I am really liking it. There are a few things I prefer with Directv, but can see myself moving on from the annual hastle. I can purchase ST via PS4 (which will be the first time in a very long time), but I feel like it is justifiable due to significantly lower monthly cost. I also have Netflix and Amazon Prime (but that was a constant anyway).
  6. how are you watching NFL?

    ps4 has a sunday ticket option
  7. Missing Tiers in The Huddle Cheat Sheets

    Convert it to excel. Move players around and create your own tiers.
  8. Fournette waived!

    ... BA keeps talking up jones as his 3 down back, but brings in mccoy and Fournette. Fournette will take over. It's just a matter of when.
  9. Trade

    No. You have a young, top 3 back. If you should decide to deal him you need to get equitable value in return (or maybe fortify a couple of other positions on your team).
  10. Fournette waived!

    TBB it is
  11. Vikings WRs

    ESPN's Courtney Cronin believes Justin Jefferson will begin the year as the Vikings No. 3 receiver. It's a notable distinction because 51% of the Vikings pass attempts late last season came with only two receivers on the field. Bisi Johnson appears to be the other starter in two-TE sets alongside Adam Thielen with Jefferson getting reps in three-receiver sets and when the two starters need a breather. Keep expectations low for Jefferson early, but he's a breakout candidate in the second half of 2020. Cronin believes Jefferson "looked every bit the part of a first-rounder in training camp whether he lined up in the slot or outside." RELATED: Bisi Johnson SOURCE: Sep 2, 2020, 2:56 PM ET
  12. Vikings WRs

    I have heard that jefferson will take the slot, though I believe that thielen will play some as well as that was his strength. at lsu jefferson caught 11/1500/18 from burrow. seems like a seamless fit.
  13. Vikings WRs

    conflicting reports on the same day.... JUSTIN JEFFERSONWR, MINNESOTA VIKINGS First-round WR Justin Jefferson has “distanced himself” from the rest of the Vikings receivers. This conflicts with reports Jefferson isn’t higher than the No. 3 option. Jefferson missed the first two weeks of training camp on the COVID-19 List. Despite that, he’s rotated with Olabisi Johnson and Chad Beebe behind Adam Thielen in three-wide sets. The Star Tribune's Andrew Krammer believes Jefferson is “set up well” to win a starting job. SOURCE: Minneapolis Star Tribune Aug 21, 2020, 6:17 PM ET JUSTIN JEFFERSONWR, MINNESOTA VIKINGS The Athletic's Chad Graff reports Vikings rookie WR Justin Jefferson is "the clear No. 3 option" behind Adam Thielen and Bisi Johnson at practice. Initial expectations were Jefferson would open the year across from Thielen as the team's No. 2 receiver, but the No. 22 overall pick reportedly "hasn’t shined against the second-team defense quite as much as you’d expect." That's obviously notable since the Vikings utilized the second-highest rate of 12 personnel (one running back, two tight ends) as their base offense last year and are fully expected to continue that approach with Gary Kubiak engineering play-calling duties. Jefferson is clearly being overvalued at his current ADP as the WR53 if he opens the year as Minnesota's third receiver. SOURCE: Chad Graff on Twitter Aug 21, 2020, 9:51 AM ET
  14. Vikings WRs

    Do we have any insight into how they will line up Thielen and Jefferson... Percentages in the slot vs wide? I am sure thielen will play more wide out but not seeing a projected breakdown.
  15. Raheem Mostert gets a raise

    Their wrs as well. I was talking about this last year. Only consistent ff performers will be kittle and the D. They all have talent, but it will be scheme and hot hand every week.