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  1. Waivers 10/16

    5 years
  2. Waivers 10/16

    Trying to make something happen but if not by deadline: Cut Moncrief and Shaq Lawson, give Geisicki 4 years.
  3. Trade: Footlongs / Keep Calm

    Agree. Cut Doss from taxi, promoted Carson 7 years. Williams and Jones to taxi.
  4. Keep Calm and Rebuild

    Bump time, let's get something going. You got game to win, I got a future to build. Picks, cash, young talent. Newton, Cam CAR QB - 3 years Coleman, Tevin SFO RB - 2 years Ajayi, Jay PHI RB - 2 years Richard, Jalen OAK RB - 1 year Thomas, Demaryius NEP WR - 2 years Pettis, Dante SFO WR - 3 years Conley, Chris JAC WR - 3 years Louis, Ricardo MIA WR - OPEN Moncrief, Donte PIT WR - 3 years Zuerlein, Greg LAR PK - 3 years Pineiro, Eddy CHI PK - 1 year Jordan, Cameron NOS DE - 2 years Joseph, Linval MIN DT - 3 years Ingram, Melvin LAC DE - 4 years Armstead, Arik SFO DE - 1 year Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE - 1 year Kendricks, Eric MIN LB - 3 years Brown, Jatavis LAC LB - 1 year Barron, Mark PIT LB - 2 years Foster, Reuben WAS LB - 4 years Lee, Elijah SFO LB - 1 year Bucannon, Deone TBB LB - 2 years Kwiatkoski, Nick CHI LB - 2 years Reid, Eric CAR S - 2 years Poole, Brian NYJ CB - 1 year
  5. Keep Calm and make some cuts

    IR Foster, Reuben WAS LB
  6. Keep Calm and make some cuts

    Final at deadline New contracts Conley, Chris JAC WR - 3 years Moncrief, Donte PIT WR - 3 years Louis, Ricardo MIA WR - 1 year Zuerlein, Greg LAR PK - 3 years Pineiro, Eddy CHI PK - 1 year Joseph, Linval MIN DT - 3 years Ingram, Melvin LAC DE - 4 years Brown, Jatavis LAC LB - 1 year Reid, Eric CAR S - 2 years IR Louis, Ricardo MIA WR DTS Trubisky, Mitchell CHI QB - DTS Carson, Chris SEA RB - DTS Penny, Rashaad SEA RB - DTS * Devy, College 28 DEV RB - DTS *Devy, College 4 DEV RB - DTS Gaskin, Myles MIA RB - DTS Guice, Derrius WAS RB - DTS Harris, Damien NEP RB - DTS Arcega-Whiteside, JJ PHI WR - DTS Brown, Marquise BAL WR - DTS Doss, Keelan OAK WR - DTS Harmon, Kelvin WAS WR - DTS Evans, Rashaan TEN LB - DTS *Devy, College 11 DEV LB - DTS Joseph, Vosean BUF LB - DTS Cuts McGuire, Elijah NYJ RB - cut - no dead year Higgins, Rashard CLE WR - cut - no dead year Bourne, Kendrick SFO WR - cut - no dead year Harris, Maurice NEP WR - cut - no dead year Paul, Niles FA TE - cut - no dead year Bullock, Randy CIN PK - cut - no dead year Dawson, Phil ARI PK - cut - no dead year Jordan, Dion SEA DE - cut - no dead year Smith, Za'Darius GBP LB - cut - no dead year Sorensen, Daniel KCC S - cut - no dead year Exum, Antone SFO S - cut - no dead year Harris, Erik OAK S - cut - no dead year Kwiatkoski, Nick CHI LB - cut - dead year Clement, Corey PHI RB - cut from DTS Adams, Josh PHI RB - cut from DTS Anderson, Rodney CIN RB - cut from DTS Williams, James KCC RB - cut from DTS Taylor, Taywan TEN WR - cut from DTS Key, Arden OAK DE - cut from DTS Lee, Marquel OAK LB - cut from DTS
  7. Luck Retiring

    Don't sell him short, he's a tremendous slouch! #caddyshack'd
  8. MB League #1 12 teams

    66 wtff we are at pick 9
  9. Message Board League status

    I am in. Not sure what you mean by claiming team, I didn't get a link to join but have logged into the league and can access my team.
  10. Keep Calm and move them along

    Summer is here and that's rebuilding weather. Other than a few core players I'll move just about anyone for cash, picks, pick bumps, or DTS upgrades. Newton, Cam CAR QB - 3 years Richard, Jalen OAK RB - 1 year Coleman, Tevin ATL RB - 2 years Meredith, Cameron NOS WR - 2 years Harris, Maurice WAS WR - OPEN Conley, Chris KCC WR - OPEN Bourne, Kendrick SFO WR - OPEN Pettis, Dante SFO WR - 3 years Higgins, Rashard CLE WR - OPEN Thomas, Demaryius HOU WR - 2 years Louis, Ricardo MIA WR - OPEN Paul, Niles FA TE - OPEN Dawson, Phil ARI PK - OPEN Bullock, Randy CIN PK - OPEN Zuerlein, Greg LAR PK - OPEN Pineiro, Eddy CHI PK - OPEN Jordan, Dion SEA DE - OPEN Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE - 1 year Barnett, Derek PHI DE - 2 years Armstead, Arik SFO DE - 1 year Ingram, Melvin LAC DE - OPEN Joseph, Linval MIN DT - OPEN Jordan, Cameron NOS DE - 2 years Kwiatkoski, Nick CHI LB - OPEN Bucannon, Deone ARI LB - 2 years Smith, Za'Darius BAL LB - OPEN Lee, Elijah SFO LB - 1 year Barron, Mark LAR LB - 2 years Brown, Jatavis LAC LB - OPEN Kendricks, Eric MIN LB - 3 years Cunningham, Zach HOU LB - 3 years Jones, Deion ATL LB - 3 years Harris, Erik OAK S - OPEN Exum, Antone SFO S - OPEN Sorensen, Daniel KCC S - OPEN Poole, Brian ATL CB - 1 year Reid, Eric CAR S - OPEN
  11. Todd Gurley - 2019 draft ranking

    He's not lasting until the 5th in any league I take part in: - He only had 256 carries last year and never more than 279 - and he's been a top 3 RB on that workload - He had just five games over 20 carries in 2018 and only six in 2018. If you put a hard cap on him of 20 carries a game he'd only lose 21 from 2018 and 19 from 2017. - In two years under McVay he's averaged 18.4 rushes/game and 4.2 receptions/game. They already weren't grinding him down. And he scored 383 and 372 points in those two years despite that. I'm not suggesting he'll average 26 PPG again. His load will possibly reduce a little, and I wouldn't be shocked to see the efficiency take a hit. But I'm taking him mid-late 3 and will trade up in the 4th if not. Even if all I get is 60% of the former Gurley, that's 15.6 PPG and that's a win for a 3rd round pick. SIXTY percent. That part of the draft has all kinds of Kenyan Drake and Jay Ajayi landmines in it anyway, may as well roll the dice on someone with his potential payout. I think his absolute floor is 1200 total yards, 40 receptions, 10 TD's with a lot of room for more.
  12. Ugh man don't quote huge posts with huge pics like that, it's a killer for mobile users. Cleveland will be fine. There's plenty about the city that's crap but there's plenty to sustain a 3 day visit. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alone is worth the trip if you've never been. I have no idea what kind of shape The Flats is in these days but I am sure by then they will get it presentable. The biggest concern would be the weather - tons of risk planning outdoor stuff in late April. The Indians had snow at their home opener ffs. We will definitely do KC though, there's some good golf around them there parts!
  13. I attended the draft. The stage was directly on the waterfront, between the river and 1st Ave. Mostly production in that area, NFLN on the left corner, ESPN on the right, tech center right in the middle. VIP seating area, maybe 100 people. No idea how to get in there, we never even got close to that. We weren't there for the draft per se so didn't look into that. The block between 1st Ave and 2nd Ave was cordoned off with gating and I believe that was ticketed SRO. Probably a few hundred? Everything behind 2nd Ave was ticket-free, FCFS. We got downtown Thursday around 4:30 for food, got to Broadway at like 6:00 (first pick at 8:00) and it was backed up to 5th Ave pretty heavily. You could have elbowed your forward to probably 4th Ave if you were prickish about it. We didn't try, we checked it out but left and found a bar that had opened that day. We probably ordered their first beer actually, asked the waitress if they were open, she turned to her co-worker and asked her. They both shrugged and poured it up. We stopped there because it had a Prince's Hot Chicken truck parked in their lot and that was on our list of must-try's. Because it was so new and it was 2 blocks off of Broadway no one knew about it and we had the place mostly to ourselves so we just stayed there. Friday we got there around 7:00 and got down to about 3rd Ave. Not nearly as many people despite it being Friday night. We were there about an hour, saw some picks, then headed over to the stadium to check out that part. We ended up hanging there watching live music, a big screen, and consuming way too much food and drink.
  14. We made a golf trip out of it and didn't actually spend a ton of time at the actual draft. We'll do the same with Vegas. Nashville was a great spot for it, I wish they could do it there again because I would make sure I did a lot of things differently now that I know.