Wpob

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Wpob last won the day on July 31 2016

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  1. Nope. In fact, I am looking at Tyrell Williams around the 6th round as a better value. Injuries will always be the story line with Allen and I am not risking a 4th round pick on someone who has that history. If he slides a few rounds and I miss on Williams, I will take a shot. But fourth round? Not for me.
  2. Not a big deal to me. Was not interested in either receiver.
  3. Agreed. But if you had to pick the Jets as your knock out team, what game would you feel most comfortable with them winning?
  4. How will the Jets win even one game? They have to be considered underdogs in all six divisional games. They other games they would have to be considered underdogs are @ Raiders, @ Bucs, @ Denver, @ Saints, vs. Falcons, vs. Panthers, vs. Chiefs, That;s seven more losses. So the three games they might have a shot: @ Browns - I honestly would give the Browns the nod here as they are the team who actually has a plan in place and some decent talent vs. Jaguars - Maybe a better chance last year, but I still favor the Jags with Fournette now vs. Chargers - this to me would be their best chance and even I wouldn't bet on it. California team coming East for a 1 pm start. If I had to bet I'd still bet Chargers. Personally, if my team is going to only win 1-3 games, I would rather they lose all of them and secure the #1 pick.
  5. Playing in the sandbox for me (New York) was the equivalent of robbing the cradle. An older person dating a much much younger person.
  6. Prefer to read, especially when I am at work.
  7. Of all the rookie RBs, he is my favorite. I am going to try to get him on as many of my teams as possible.
  8. You're my hero!!!
  9. Add him to the growing list of players that I was sure was going to be better than he was and therefore repeatedly turned down trade requests that include him. The list gets longer and longer and longer.
  10. What a disaster. As long as he does not wind up sitting next to Deion Sanders or Skip Bayless, I'll watch John Clayton wherever he goes.
  11. As long as he runs the right routes and keeps his mouth shut and stays out of trouble off the field, Cooks will be a fine mid WR#1. I would just back him up with a high end #2 as I do beleive there will be games Belichick uses him more as a decoy or goes the whole "I'll run it 50 times down your throat" game once in a while. At the end of the year, his numbers should be very solid, but not spectacular. His is on my dynasty team, but I am lucky enough to have Julio too so I go that going for me....which is nice.
  12. What a shame. So talented. I agree the whole Josh Gordon thing I silly but rules are rules and he should know better than anyone. I guess the talent is there but the desire is not. What could have been......
  13. My dynasty cut list just got easier. Sorry Jamal. You were great for a while but this is where we part ways.
  14. Yes. This has the makings of the Denver Broncos from years ago when we had no idea who would be the guy to start, score or sit. With so many options for the Patriots, they can go with whoever they want. Rex can score 4 times in three games and then get 5 carries total in the next three. The same goes for the other RBs. Unless there are injuries, I dont see one RB stepping up and being the man for this team. I see all four RBs finishing with RB#3 or low #2 numbers.
  15. The New York Giants select Tight End Jordan Leggett of Clemson