Bier Meister

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  1. Alvin Kamara

    big fan of kamara. excellent numbers sharing time and really started to get going around week 8 or so (a good game in week 4).
  2. Have we ranked the rookie RB's yet?

    primarily situational, and format dependent (redraft, dynasty, keeper). waiting until after the the nfl draft to rank.
  3. Bears shopping Jordan Howard?

    some decent landing spots might be Seattle, Oakland/Vegas, Washington, Green Bay
  4. Brandin Cooks traded to the Rams

    in ff i have been reluctant to own (and rely upon) many nep players aside from brady because they spread it around and game plan/go with the hot hand. slot wr's, gronk, and rb's can rack up some nice ppr pts, but consistency can be a challenge. cooks had respectable #s for that offense.
  5. Brandin Cooks traded to the Rams

    yes... i was in agreement and supporting your point
  6. Brandin Cooks traded to the Rams

    cooks was beating dbs. i saw many long PIs called against him.
  7. Cleveland is dealing today

    i think they have had an excellent offseason. so, where do you think they are on the win now vs groom new regime continuum? i prefer the upside of barkley/best qb at 4 vs TT/hyde plus whatever combination they now choose (especially if they go qb with the #1)....assuming they will be grooming a qb either way.
  8. Cleveland is dealing today

    they still have many options. is this the direction you would choose for them? I tend to believe that the highly ranked qbs are a hugh gamble (so many factors that can determine success/failure), with a higher price tag than other positions.
  9. Cleveland is dealing today

    as much as i like hyde, i am starting to see that signing as a mistake (unless they decide to trade him). seems like barkley could be a generational rb. grab him with your 1st and go qb with the 4th.
  10. Where do you draft Jerick McKinnon?

    last year hyde rushed for 938/8, and caught for his career high 59 for 350. I do not think JK is built as a 3 down back, but can see a close total yards (or better), but McKinnon with 80+ rec. there were a lot of questions about hyde preseaon. SF is going to try to use JK as much as he can handle.
  11. Jets Trade up

  12. Who is the number 1 fantasy tight end in redraft?

    gotta be kelce or ertz
  13. Crabtree to BAL

    ah crabs!!! he is just signing on the rebound. he definitely should have waited on his options.
  14. Crabtree cut, Nelson signed

    i thought crabtree did relatively well in oak. while nelson seems to be breaking down, i think last year had more to do with hundley than nelson. nelson may not be able to get open long, but should still be a solid possession guy.
  15. Sherman out in Seattle

    heavily incentive based. if he hits those incentives, it appears both the 9ers and sherman will be happy. if he does not, minimal loss for the risk of high potential.
  16. Aquib Talib to The Rams

    Jimmy was throwing for about 300 per game without a #1. The team is on the rise. The Rams DB moves should help contain those type of days.
  17. Aquib Talib to The Rams

    ramping up for a pass happy league and to combat the NFC- Minn, Philly, NOS, Atl, and up and coming 49ers
  18. Taz check

    while he is not a terrible receiver, he has only had 30 or more targets twice in his career.... not optimal for a 3rd down back.The addition of mccaffrey last year was not going to help him with that category as well. he is going to need a situation where a team is looking to rest their starter about 7 times a game.
  19. Taz check

    He was so inconsistent last year and generally not productive. 2 games over 100, 10 games less than 50. He is not at a place where he could lead a backfield..... Maybe supplement it.
  20. [dynasty] Garoppolo, Jimmy SFO QB

    pre-deal the 9ers had $115m in cap space https://www.ninersna...a-get-paaaiiiid Quote The San Francisco 49ers have a ton of cap space in 2018, and that number will grow with a sizable the chunk the team will be able to roll over from 2017. The NFL and NFLPA will at some point announce how much 2017 salary cap space each team will roll over into the 2018 league year. This year, the NFLPA’s public salary cap report suggests the 49ers could have $56,048,430 in cap space to roll over. The NFLPA announced on January 18, 2017 what cap space would be rolled over from 2016. They have not yet announced the official numbers for this year, but we should find out in relatively short order. We will find out the official salary cap in late February or early March, at which point we should know how much the 49ers are rolling over on top of their 2018 space. The 49ers are looking at somewhere in the neighborhood of $115 million in cap space for the coming season. That puts them in a position to be aggressive in free agency, even if they end up coming to terms on a contract extension with Jimmy Garoppolo. More importantly, it puts them in a position to front-load contracts. In doing so, it sets them up to retain serious cap space in future years. Over The Cap has a breakdown of team cap space for 2018, 2019, and 2020. The 49ers are on track to lead the NFL in 2018 space, and are currently second in 2019 and sixth in 2020. That does not include money rolled over. The 49ers could be plenty active this offseason and still roll over a sizable chunk of cap space next year. Even with a lot of additions to make this offseason, the state of the 49ers salary cap is strong.
  21. Aaron Rogers VROOM VROOM!!

    i'm like a bird
  22. CA Huddler Meet-up

    Cheers guys. Let me know when you are up north.
  23. Todd Gurley #1 pick next year?

    tough question. bell has certain shown his consistency. i think you need to think about where you see them for the next few years. gurley is setting a high bar for himself and gets sea, az, and sf defenses twice (and plays in domes). pit gets bal, cin, and clev and plays outdoors. i am a fan of bell's receiving numbers (bell has more rec, gurley has more yards)
  24. What do you need on Christmas?

    Foles and Bryant to outscore ertz and Boswell