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There are Evans days and there are Godwin days

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....and today is a Godwin day (lucky for me).  It would serve mankind well if science could figure out the algorithm to solve this great mystery.

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GO GODWIN!!!

 

Also, there are TE Brate days.

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I picked up Evans in a trade. I'm better off overall but I really hate how bad he is against any decent corner. I need to get rid of him next season. 

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21 minutes ago, Dcat said:

It would serve mankind well if science could figure out the algorithm to solve this great mystery.

They could call it "Godwin's Law"?

Because FF is like living in a Concentration Camp.

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"There are Evans days and there are Godwin days"

-- does this determine which days you're allowed to fill up your car with gas?

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10 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

"There are Evans days and there are Godwin days"

-- does this determine which days you're allowed to fill up your car with gas?

whoever liked my post... you're also old.

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23 hours ago, millworkguy said:

Just like odb and Landry, often 1 gets 10 targets, the other 5

 

Was just reading an article with some feedback on the Dolphins game, one interesting take away is the Browns really don't need a 3rd WR to contribute. Many games a very large portion of the targets go to OBJ + Landry, now with Hunt there he gets some and even Chubb gets some looks. The TE position is pretty empty, and Njoku was a no go again. As for the feeling of disparity between the two, I'll dig up some stats because I enjoy it, but my initial guess is they're closer in targets each game than it seems

 

last 5 games  numbers are targets, receptions, yards, TDs - bolded targets to read easier

NE  Landry 10, 5, 65, 0  OBJ 7, 5, 52, 0 (17 of 31, Hilliard, Harris and Calloway had 34 each)- Chubb carried 20 times for 131 yards 1 target

DEN  Landry 13, 6, 51, 1  OBJ 6, 5, 87, 0 (19 of 42 Calloway & CCubb with 5 each, TE Harris with 4, others 2 or less - last game b4 Hunt)

BUF  Landry 10, 9, 97, 1  OBJ 12, 5, 57, o (22 of 38 total, Hunt had 9, Chubb had 4, nobody else with more than 2)

PIT  Landry 7, 4, 43, 1  OBJ 10, 4, 60, 0 (17 of 32 passes, Hunt had 7 the only other with more than 2)

MIA  Landry 13, 10, 148, 2  OBJ 8, 6, 84, 1  (21 of 34 total passes (Chubb & Hunt with 7 combined, only others with more than 2)

 

So yes they do kind of alternate, usually 6/7 for the low guy and 10-12 for the high guy, with pretty regular swapping between the two. That's 4 straight games with a TD for Landry while OBJ has just 1 and only his 2nd on the season. Landry's number are looking better this year than last, but receptions are still down from the 100/season average he had in MIA.  He's definitely the value play over OBJ, wish I had gotten him back on my team this year. 

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I can't stand it that I threw Godwin in as part of a big dynasty deal I made last year.  I honestly didn't think he'd blow up like this.  I could really use his points right now on this particular team.  Has probably cost me a shot at the playoffs.  

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 Landry also has 7 games with 5 receptions or less, didn't score his 1st ts of the season till 4 games ago, and 34 of his 59 rec this season have come in the last 5 games.  It took a while for them to click, but they seem to be on the same page now

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You have to ride the rollercoaster and if you have both then you have to play both each and every week

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Difference is a bad day for Godwin is still like 12 PPR points.

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1 hour ago, darin3 said:

I can't stand it that I threw Godwin in as part of a big dynasty deal I made last year.  I honestly didn't think he'd blow up like this.  I could really use his points right now on this particular team.  Has probably cost me a shot at the playoffs.  

 

It could be worse. 

 

In our dynasty league last year I think I just dropped Godwin.  And I traded Michael Thomas away to pick up Adam Thielen.  I also passed up a trade to give up Drake and acquire Tyreek Hill.  Yes, I'm that stupid.  The best part is I held Drake for over a year knowing he'd be productive.  Then I traded him 3 days before he went to AZ.  For who?  Chase Edmonds of course.  

 

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1 hour ago, 1fastdoc said:

 

It could be worse. 

 

In our dynasty league last year I think I just dropped Godwin.  And I traded Michael Thomas away to pick up Adam Thielen.  I also passed up a trade to give up Drake and acquire Tyreek Hill.  Yes, I'm that stupid.  The best part is I held Drake for over a year knowing he'd be productive.  Then I traded him 3 days before he went to AZ.  For who?  Chase Edmonds of course.  

 

 

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You should write a book.

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Drafted Evans as WR1...Godwin bad day is still close to double digits ...Evans is a  Milk Carton Hero when he has a bad day! 

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On 11/24/2019 at 2:02 PM, Dcat said:

  It would serve mankind well if science could figure out the algorithm to solve this great mystery.

 

It's the same algorithm that affects the QB himself. Is it a Winston week?? Only the algorithm God's themselves know for sure. 

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