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(6 replies, posted in Fantasy Football Leagues)

To quote our president elect. "You just won so tremendously, I mean you did a lot of tremendous amounts of winning. that the other players — they went in, they didn’t know the air conditioning didn’t work. They sweated like dogs and couldn't handle your tremendous amounts of awesome winning. So now they're in their loser homes, being losers!"

I think that's what he said.

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(23 replies, posted in Fantasy Football Leagues)

Count me in!

yeah too risky for me. I do feel Gurly will get things rolling again, but you are trading two guys you know are performing well for two guys who aren't but good potential. I'd stick with the sure guys.

4

(3 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

yeah ... Martin healthy is a great pick up.

5

(2 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

I'm not a fan of Mathews, I'd ask for a better receiver if there's one he's willing to give up. However, looking at your roster it seems like you need more WR depth than RB depth ... you have Murray Ajayi, and some guys with great potential. I would stand pat mainly because I think you need to upgrade at WR and not RB

6

(4 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

Go Cousins, he's the best of the bunch on there and he's got some good receivers and it's a pass first offense.

7

(4 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

I'd lean Beasly. Pitt's defense is suspect and it's a ppr ... he's going to get his looks. 

Booker only got 2.2 yards against a really bad Oakland defense. I'm not sold on him at all.

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(4 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

I agree with Senska on Rivers and Gates.
Although I might play NE against Seattle's offense .. that's a toss up for me, but I can't argue with keeping the Vikings and I wouldn't want to dump them for NE long term so that would create another "who to drop" dilemma.

As for Rivers, I would drop Mariota. I get the feeling you're gonna roll with Carr anyways.

9

(6 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

I agree with Senska on the Flex positions, but I would lean Dak against Pit.

I think that the NE defense is better than the Pitt defense and that might give Dak the edge.

10

(4 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

Agreed with the other two if you want a third voice on this topic.

11

(5 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

Target him next year with Jackson and Garçon most likely to be cap room casualties.

12

(5 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

Is this a keeper? If so I would totally keep Crowder, he's going to see more looks next year and the years to come. But for this year I would deal him. He's a good returner, but he's a slot guy on a team with 3 good receivers already, so I don't see him putting up consistent points week-to-week unless there are injuries to Reed and Garçon.

Rawls will definitely be in a RBBC, but he's a power back and last year he averaged over 5 yards a carry, so you gotta think he should be getting some touches once he's back at full strength.

Personally I'd hoard RBs since they are more rare than a #3 or #4 slot receiver.

13

(5 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

I think I'd go T. West this week against a weak Steelers Run defense.

14

(5 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

I think T. West is due after a bye week. However, I can't take that chance with the Baltimore offense.

I'd rank them as senska has it. Oakland's D is pretty bad and they will run the ball.

I don't see Hopkins getting much better with that horrible QB. However, I'm living here in the DC area and everything is pointing to Kelley getting the starting gig.

All that being said, I would rather have Reed rather than Eiffert. I agree with senska that you are selling low on Hopkins, even though I don't think he's going to reach what you expected when you drafted him, but he's more valuable that that.

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(6 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

I think I would on that.

Your new lineup would be
Bell, D. Murray
Cooper and Hilton and then you can choose your flex.

If he goes for it, I'd pull the trigger and sell high on Gordon.

17

(6 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

I would keep Bell. You should be able to get Green or a top 3 WR for one of the best backs in the league.

18

(4 replies, posted in Lineup Advice)

Stafford

19

(2 replies, posted in Free Agent Pick-Ups and Trade)

Positions  -> 2RB - 2WR - 1 Flex
Points -> .5 ppr, 1 point/10yards (rush or receive)

Here's What I've got right now.
   
WR - M. Floyd Ari @ Car
WR - T. Pryor Cle vs Jets
RB - D. Freeman Atl vs GB
RB - G. Bernard Cin @ Was
Flex - C. Beasley Dal vs Phi

On the bench
S. Diggs (WR) Min @ Chi
K. Benjamin (WR) Car vs Ari
L. Murray (RB) Oak @ TB

Kinda of stuck on this one, I can make a case for Diggs and Benjamin to be in there. Just not sure who to bench in their place.

All responses are appreciated.
-Mike

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(8 replies, posted in Beer and Food)

There are definitely some good bars and restaurants, but I'm not sure about the stores to buy bottles. I haven't lived there in a while, but I know people that do and I'll ask them to help you out so you can find some good places. What area are you in? Columbia right? Let me know.

21

(39 replies, posted in Fantasy Football Leagues)

I picked Pittsburg and Carolina, and switched 2nd week once Brown and Williams went out. Just a bit to late and it cost me. Second is just a fancy word for loser.

22

(8 replies, posted in Beer and Food)

How's Columbia treating you?

23

(1 replies, posted in Baseball)

Always a fan of Yahoo. The league I'm in uses rotowire, not a big fan of that, it's ok but Yahoo is better.

24

(39 replies, posted in Fantasy Football Leagues)

Dang I wish I picked Denver from the beginning.

25

(4 replies, posted in Off Topic)

I hope he goes to real jail and not minimum security ... oh I would love to hear what happens to him in real jail.