Unless you wanna sell high. THEN GO FOR THE GOLD!!1!

Question answered.

Hugh dropoff at RB without McCoy.

The guy who offered, who's he rockin at RB?

To me it's a desparation move...or it's a guy who got too cute and drafted WR in the Top 3...

Holy hell, what a debut.

xlledx wrote:

Guys, guys, one at a time please.

If you had a nickel for everytime you said that...

Prolly loaded up on Ravens cuz of their sweet black tights.

Joosbawx wrote:

What does his team look like?

No sh*t.

Did her research payoff?!

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Kevin wrote:

The Night King also knew that the dragons would come.  The Night King wanted a dragon...so he waited until he knew dragons were on the way before he allowed the attack to commence.  That's why the heavy chains just happened to be there, all handy and whatnot.  He knew.  He waited.  He got his dragon to break through the wall.

F*cking THIS!

WHAT was their plan to get over/through/across the wall IF Dragons weren't a thing?!

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Pop Quiz Hotshot:  Exactly HOW long were they trapped on that island?  The dude runs aaaaaaaallll the way back to The Wall, THEN a raven is dispatched to fly south to deliver a message of ZOMG BRING DRAGONZ!!1!, THEN the Dragons have to fly NORTH to rescue our crew?

And that's the thing, we ALL knew that Jon & Co. were gonna be rescued by Dani and her dragons, once again, paint by numbers storytelling.  We knew it was gonna happen.  Because what else was gonna happen?  NORMALLY Martin comes up with something that never occurred to us as viewers, but in this case as we're watching, we all know that EVENTUALLY the ZOMG DRAGONZ are gonna lay waste and save the f*ckin' day!  A perfect example of this is Bron saving Jamie at the end of whatever episode it was when we weren't sure if Jamie was gonna lance Dani OR lance the dragon ORRRR if the dragon was gonna crispy-fry Jamie.  We didn't know until that very last second what was gonna happen.  THAT'S Martin storytelling.

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Episode 7:  ZOMG THOSE STARK GIRLS TOTALLY PWN3D LITTLEFINGER!!1!  Geez, and after that super-heavy will she/won't she kill her sister confrontation from LAST episode I was totally convinced that they were gonna try and kill each other...you remember the interaction, it was the one that happened in a locked room where only the two of them and us as the audience were privy to it...anywho, apparently that whole conversation was totally staged in order to make Littlefi, um, I mean us as the audience think there was crazy murderous tension between the two of them.  What.  What?  OHHHHHHH.  I get it, storytelling unlike any other we've seen in the series...the sh*tty kind!  Tension building with zero payoff?  WTF?

THEN we learn that apparently their was a deleted scene in which the Redhaired Stark girl used Bran as a cctv...pry open his 3rd eye and tell her sh*t that's happened that didn't know happened, that we as an audience know happened because plot?

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The last 2 episodes of season 7 were the worst of the series, IMAO.

The showrunners are working off of Martin's "outline" for both books 7 and 8 NOT from the actual text, and thus, we're just getting super-poor, run of the mill, paint by numbers storytelling.

GoT WAS like Breaking Bad in that ANYTHING could happen at any time, expect the unexpected as it were, and thus, from one scene to the next, you never knew what exactly was gonna happen or how an event would unfold or who was gonna die. It's not like that anymore.

Examples:

Episode 6:  while being trapped on a just large enough island! In the middle of a frozen lake, the walkers are alerted to the fact that the "moat" separating them from Jon & Crew is once again frozen-over because of a rock. A rock thrown by The Hound. Why?  BECAUSE WE GOTTA MOVE THE PLOT!!1!


Episode 7:

To be continued....Mrs Drexl called me to dinner.

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AND they're at the right volume.

Nothings helps delete a show faster than loud-assed ads that scream at my earholes while I'm busy working.

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(3 replies, posted in Rate My Draft!)

Your RBs are a major concern.

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(5 replies, posted in Draft Discussion)

I like Mixon.

Skills and good situation.

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(8 replies, posted in Keeper/Dynasty Leagues)

^^What he said, except it would be Murray AND Freeman.

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Your RBs scared the crap outta me, then I saw you lucked-out with Hunt.

RBs are still suspect IMAO.

Numbers are hard.

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Weird.

Once the season gets going, are you locked with the same roster minimums?

All things being equal, I like the team.

Having never played in one, I'm curious as to draft strategy.

QBs score lots (usually) and either having to (2QB) or being able to (QB-Flex) start 2 QBs would make sense, but when do you draft them?

Regardless of league size, I gotta think every team would have at least 1 QB rostered by the end of round 2...

SO, my question:  are you better off drafting towards the back-end of the snake in order to draft either a top RB/WR (depending) THEN snag a QB coming back after the turn?

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(3 replies, posted in Rate My Draft!)

SUPERFLEX = 2 QB?

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If you're worried about RB, kill the claim for Palmer and replace Ware.

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senska11 wrote:

Why did you draft a 2nd QB who isn't even going to be the starter on his own team?

This.

Regardless of being a starting QB or not, not a fan of drafting two. Ever.

If you have to drop for the next hottest thing,  I'd say drop Rivers...it is a 10-teamer after all.

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(2 replies, posted in Draft Discussion)

QB in the 6th?  hmm

Seems like a bit of a reach, considering the 6 or so QBs that should be going before him, meaning that he should last well past the 6th round.

How many teams in this league?  The bigger the league, the more you'll have to reach for him.

Very cool.

Thx for sharing.