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  1. Ole Keel Cole

    Can he be trusted this week for all the marbles? He and Bortles are en fuego, but it's all on the line now. Might be a good pickup for the block as well, since opponents will be replacing AB and prolly Adams this week. Bryant looks to be a solid start/block as well.
  2. KooKoo for Younghoe!

    If he was from North Korea he could make FGs from the opposite end-zone. Plus never have to poop.
  3. KooKoo for Younghoe!

    And no, this isn't a Tinder post. Anybody got a scouting report on this guy? Specifically, does he have range from 50+, since my leagues reward solid bonus points for long FG's. Two out of three qualifications check out, as LA weather will not present any issues, and the Chargers offense should be on the rise. Just need to know if he can bang the long ball! And again, not Tinder related....
  4. IDP Cheatsheets Ridiculous This Year?

    Keggerz, if Myles Jack and Denzel Perryman are top 3 LBs, Joey Bosa doesn't crack the top 50 DLs, and Landon Collins isn't a top 20 DB (discounting injuries of course), then give whatever kid compiled these rankings a fat raise. Otherwise, I would suggest the Huddle pay you whatever you require to do the IDP Cheatsheets next year. You're a big draw for this site, as good IDP analysis is hard to come by. This is the first time in almost a decade I didn't even bother printing out the IDP Cheatsheets to track players for my drafts, since they were so far out of sorts. I used a free sheet from ESPN, and had to take a shower after I printed it, I felt so dirty There's obviously no way that you had anything to do with their production this year.
  5. I realize that any site's IDP cheat sheet will be highly subjective every year, and I certainly never take them as gospel. But is it just me, or do this year's sheets look completely phoned- in? I mean one glance at them, and I didn't even consider using them. Usually they are better than any free site, and they almost look randomly generated this year. I've been a happy Huddle user for a very long time now, and just didn't expect this at all. Still love the site, but this just stuck out like a sore thumb with me…
  6. Crazy Strategy but...

    No Amir, Shady at #8 and Zeke at #13. We talked about this....;)
  7. DAL & NYG Fans Cheesed?

    Where was THIS Packers team the last two weeks? Those L's gonna hurt even worse now all offseason.
  8. Jordan punched Kurt. And Garp bit Bonkie.
  9. 15-1 with Warner and Faulk in 99, then again with Larry Johnson and Steve Smith in 05. Finally got 16-0 in 2013 as a last minute fill-in when an owner in a buddy's league was too drunk to draft. Didn't get invited back the next year
  10. Adding a player, only to drop them right away

    Forrest Whittaker? You mean Charles Jefferson? Hit by Jefferson! Crushed by Jefferson! SLAMMED by Jefferson! Jefferson! Jefferson!!! JEFFERSON!!!!!
  11. Draft Sweet Spot This Year?

    Thanks JOHN - helpful insight! And yes, 6pt TDs for QB's.
  12. Draft Sweet Spot This Year?

    It's a snake draft.
  13. 16 team PPR QB heavy-ish redraft league. I drew first pick, and have the option to claim any of the 16 draft slots. I usually prefer 12-16 to minimize risk with my first two picks, but this is the first time (since 1992!) I've ever drawn first option. Knowing this league, first 7 picks will be Cam, Gurley, Johnson, AP, Brown, Beckham and Julio, but could go in any order. Where is your sweet spot this year?
  14. Flashback

    I founded a restaurant industry league in NC in 2007 where all 16 owners must be present for a live draft, and we still call out picks like the early 90's. One guy enters them into MFL, but nobody can use their laptop to enter picks, just to follow along. In fact, we have considered banning laptops for the draft and making owners create hard-copy cheatsheets as their only materials. But it never passes - folks love their technology! For sure we all ramp up our season-long interaction because of the live draft, and make a point to have league outings during the season watching games, going to Panthers games and even an annual golf tournament. But no, I don't miss scouring boxscores and running to Kinko's on Tuesday nights after work to copy our weekly league scoresheet and newsletter.I remember 1996 was the first year a couple of guys in our original league moved away, and we transcribed the entire draft in an AOL chatroom so they could stay in the league. I had to switch to a red font and all caps whenever I entered an official pick to differentiate from the chatter. That was the last year I had to hand-calculate scoring, and we switched to Terry Bradshaw software we bought at Circuit City in 1997 with mixed results. It took us about 3 weeks into the season to figure out how to download stats with damn Windows 95, but we thought we were pretty slick by mid-season when we were pumping out professional looking weekly recaps. Then we found MFL in 2002 and never looked back!