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I can't seem to find the list of changes? Can someone point me in the right direction?

 

 

Found this under the "What's new" tab on MFL:

 

  • ARI: Matt Shaughnessy from LB to DE

     

  • ARI: Rodney Gunter from DT to DE

     

  • ARI: Ed Stinson from DE to DT

     

  • ARI: LaMarr Woodley from DE to LB

     

  • ARI: Markus Golden from DE to LB

     

  • ARI: Kareem Martin from DE to LB

     

  • ATL: Stansly Maponga from LB to DE

     

  • ATL: O'Brien Schofield from LB to DE

     

  • ATL: Jonathan Babineaux from DE to DT

     

  • ATL: Ra'Shede Hageman from DE to DT

     

  • ATL: Malliciah Goodman from DE to DT

     

  • ATL: Charles Godfrey from CB to S

     

  • BAL: Timmy Jernigan from DT to DE

     

  • BAL: Steven Means from DE to LB

     

  • BUF: Marcell Dareus from DT to DE

     

  • BUF: Stefan Charles from DT to DE

     

  • BUF: Alex Carrington from DT to DE

     

  • BUF: Mario Williams from DE to LB

     

  • BUF: Jerry Hughes from DE to LB

     

  • BUF: Manny Lawson from DE to LB

     

  • BUF: Corey Graham from CB to S

     

  • CAR: Teddy Williams from WR to CB

     

  • CHI: Will Sutton from DT to DE

     

  • CHI: Lamarr Houston from DE to LB

     

  • CHI: Jared Allen from DE to LB

     

  • CHI: Willie Young from DE to LB

     

  • CLE: Randy Starks from DT to DE

     

  • CLE: Xavier Cooper from DT to DE

     

  • CLE: Nate Orchard from DE to LB

     

  • CLE: Scott Solomon from DE to LB

     

  • CLE: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu from CB to S

     

  • DAL: Tyrone Crawford from DE to DT

     

  • DAL: Corey White from CB to S

     

  • DEN: Antonio Smith from DT to DE

     

  • DEN: Demarcus Ware from DE to LB

     

  • DEN: Shane Ray from DE to LB

     

  • DEN: Bradley Roby from CB to S

     

  • DET: Haloti Ngata from DE to DT

     

  • DET: Tyrunn Walker from DE to DT

     

  • GB : Josh Boyd from DT to DE

     

  • GB : Damarious Randall from S to CB

     

  • HOU: Christian Covington from DT to DE

     

  • IND: Kendall Langford from DT to DE

     

  • IND: Zach Kerr from DT to DE

     

  • IND: Montori Hughes from DE to DT

     

  • IND: Kelcy Quarles from DE to DT

     

  • JAX: Jared Odrick from DT to DE

     

  • JAX: Ryan Davis from DE to DT

     

  • KC : Nick Williams from DE to DT

     

  • KC : Ron Parker from CB to S

     

  • NE : Jabaal Sheard from LB to DE

     

  • NE : Geneo Grissom from DE to LB

     

  • NO : Damian Swann from CB to S

     

  • NYG: Josh Gordy from CB to S

     

  • NYJ: Leonard Williams from DT to DE

     

  • NYJ: Kevin Vickerson from DT to DE

     

  • NYJ: Leger Douzable from DE to DT

     

  • NYJ: Jason Babin from DE to LB

     

  • OAK: Taiwan Jones from CB to RB

     

  • OAK: Max Valles from LB to DE

     

  • OAK: Ras-I Dowling from CB to S

     

  • PHI: Brian Mihalik from DE to DT

     

  • PHI: Jaylen Watkins from CB to S

     

  • PHI: E.J. Biggers from CB to S

     

  • PIT: Cam Thomas from DT to DE

     

  • PIT: Leterrius Walton from DT to DE

     

  • PIT: Antwon Blake from S to CB

     

  • SD : Ricardo Mathews from DT to DE

     

  • SD : Mitch Unrein from DT to DE

     

  • SD : Darius Philon from DT to DE

     

  • SEA: Tony McDaniel from DE to DT

     

  • SEA: Ahtyba Rubin from DE to DT

     

  • SEA: Demarcus Dobbs from DE to DT

     

  • SF : Eli Harold from DE to LB

     

  • SF : Jimmie Ward from S to CB

     

  • SF : Dontae Johnson from S to CB

     

  • STL: Martin Ifedi from DE to DT

     

  • STL: Lamarcus Joyner from S to CB

     

  • TB : Larry English from LB to DE

     

  • TEN: Angelo Blackson from DT to DE

     

  • TEN: Marqueston Huff from CB to S

     

  • WAS: Stephen Paea from DT to DE

     

  • WAS: Chris Baker from DT to DE

     

  • WAS: Preston Smith from DE to LB

     

  • WAS: Jackson Jeffcoat from DE to LB

 

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You must have been typing slowly while mine posted...that is the change I was expecting.

 

 

LOL, I was reading the list.

 

Yeah still not sure about the whole NE deal. It looked to me like they were running a 4-3 most of the time but a lot of things I read claim they are a 3-4 and going back to a 3-4. :shrug: not sure why if you have 4-3 personnel and apparently a defense good enough to win the Superbowl

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Glad I don't have Mario, Hughes, Ware, etc. in any leagues where I need them at DE. Biggest hit to my teams was losing Dareus at DT, but I gained Ngata. Not exactly an even swap, but I was probably bound to start both, either way.

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Thank goodness I don't play this game using IDPs.

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This would infuriate me if I played IDP. Is it just considered 'part of the game'?

 

 

you learn to deal with it. Or keep an eye in the off-season and move guys like Ware and Hughes when the switch is kind of obvious with coaching and scheme changes

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you learn to deal with it. Or keep an eye in the off-season and move guys like Ware and Hughes when the switch is kind of obvious with coaching and scheme changes

 

 

Yeah, too much management for my liking.

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LOL, I was reading the list.

 

Yeah still not sure about the whole NE deal. It looked to me like they were running a 4-3 most of the time but a lot of things I read claim they are a 3-4 and going back to a 3-4. :shrug: not sure why if you have 4-3 personnel and apparently a defense good enough to win the Superbowl

 

 

Not sure about them either - I thought they were going to a 3-4 as well, but lots of articles are saying they'll be using quite a few 4-3 looks this year without Wilfork. :shrug:

 

All my DT depth in one league was obliterated with these changes (Charles and Paea to DE). Outside of that, thankfully, I wasn't really impacted. Ron Parker going from CB to S was one change that affected me in multiple leagues, but I had been expecting this change and was actually counting on it in some leagues where I'm weak at S.

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This would infuriate me if I played IDP. Is it just considered 'part of the game'?

 

Thank goodness I don't play this game using IDPs.

 

 

Once you go IDP, it is really hard to go back to the "basic" version. So many more ways to build a team and win. It also makes football that much more enjoyable to watch. You find yourself paying attention to more things away from the ball. After I started IDP I droppped all but one that wasn't.

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Once you go IDP, it is really hard to go back to the "basic" version. So many more ways to build a team and win. It also makes football that much more enjoyable to watch. You find yourself paying attention to more things away from the ball. After I started IDP I droppped all but one that wasn't.

 

 

I'm sure. Just don't have the time to invest.

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Once you go IDP, it is really hard to go back to the "basic" version. So many more ways to build a team and win. It also makes football that much more enjoyable to watch. You find yourself paying attention to more things away from the ball. After I started IDP I droppped all but one that wasn't.

 

Yeah, but it's definitely not for everybody. Personally, I like variety... About half of my leagues are IDP dynasty leagues, and the other half are various types of redraft/keeper leagues (mostly non-IDP).

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The switch in BUF kills. Mario Williams is a top DE, average-at-best-LB.

 

Killer. :(

 

And Roby to S sucks too. Blah.

 

 

I don't get the Roby to S. I know they talked about playing him some there but he is still a CB. That's where he will still play a lot of ball.

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I don't get the Roby to S. I know they talked about playing him some there but he is still a CB. That's where he will still play a lot of ball.

 

 

Everything comes from Rotoworld. I'm not sure what they put into their decision if it's based off team websites, analysis or assumptions

 

they did post this a couple weeks back

 

New Broncos coach Gary Kubiak is intent on making second-year CB Bradley Roby a near-full-time player.

The Broncos have toyed with the idea of using Roby at safety, just to increase his playing time. He was a nickel corner last year behind Aqib Talib and Chris Harris. "It's just us saying, 'Hey, he needs to be out there,'" Kubiak said. "If that's how we get him out there full time, then that's something we're going to address. I don't want to do too much to him where we take something away from him, but at the same time he needs to be a guy playing 70 to 100 percent someway, somehow." Apr 22 - 11:08 PM

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