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  1. AHOV

    2018 Legacy League / Commish Enrollment

    I played in league 1 last year and i would like to rejoin.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    Well you can't just do half the work! You leave the rest of us wondering how we compare haha.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    @kinglyryan, we are still waiting on your analysis.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    15.14 Kenny Golladay, WR, Lions I'm from Michigan so I have been hearing the hype. I'll take a flier on this guy and more than likely drop him before the season. He was the only high upside guy I could think of off the top of my head without extensively research as I was working only from my phone. 16.01 Eli Rogers, WR, Steelers Another high upside pick. If Bryant AND Juju don't show well in camp or get injured he will get great opportunities. Likely a drop before the season, but I can't bring myself to draft D/ST and kickers right now. I just don't think its valuable to draft them. The last few years I have had success with the defesne I picked up or I have streamed well so I will take a chance before I pick up those positions.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    15.14 Kenny Galloday, WR, lions 16.01 Eli Rogers, WR, Steelers Sorry guys. I'm out at the cottage without much internet. Analysis to come.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    @kinglyryan, don't leave us hangin!
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    13.14 J.J. Nelson, WR, Cardinals I'm really happy this pick made it back to me. That Dak Prescott pick I made last round was kind of eating at me. I couldn't resist the deal I got on him and I knew what I was potentially giving up to grab him at that value. In the end though, JJ Nelson was the guy I would've taken with that pick. JJ has the opportunity to play as the #2 alongside Larry Fitz. Yes, he is likely behind John Brown, but I have seen a lot of experts that believe that JJ has the ability to earn that #2 job. On top of that, Brown has been having issues with sickle cell trait and has been largely unhealthy over the last couple years of his career. The number 2 guy in the Cardinals offense has gotten a decent amount of work over the past few years (aside from last year when Floyd and Brown were fighting to see who could be least healthy). With that said, I think that Nelson being taken 5 rounds later than John Brown is an absolute steal. 14.01 Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Patriots Over the last 6 weeks of the season, Malcolm Mitchell averaged 5.5 targets, 4.2 receptions, 51 yards, and .67 TDs per game. That is an average of 11.2 fantasy points per game. If you don't include the game against Denver's defense he has 13 fantasy points per game over the other 5 games at the end of the season. That is a strong value player for the 14th round of a 14 team league. Yes, he will see targets taken away by the addition of Cooks, but what player doesn't have an issue or a concern at this point in the draft. Mitchell is the only player who I feel has shown more than just "potential" that remains. Plus anyone getting looks from Tom Brady has a strong chance to be valuable in fantasy.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    @kinglyryan, When are you going to finish the evaluations for the rest of us? I want my report card!
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    11.14 Kenny Stills, WR, Dolphins Kenny Stills had 9 TDs last year and is still available in what is nearly the 12th round. He packs a ton of upside into this late pick.. Last year he was a WR3 or better 9 times in 15 games. The offense in Miami is looking better and with the love he gets in the endzone (1 TD/ 9 targets) he could benefit from moving the ball down the field yet again. This is about the highest upside WR I could see at this point in the draft. 12.01 Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys Russell Wilson is known to start pretty inconsistently. This pick doubles as a consistent back up (at great value) and to help thin the pool for the guys who haven't taken a QB yet. Dak was a top 12 QB 11 times in 15 games last year and top 6 at the position 5 times. Dak has only added a year of experience and a healthy Dez Bryant to start this season compared to what he had last season. In the 12th round I couldn't pass up Dak for some sub par talent at another position. This pick makes me wish I had waited at the time I took Wilson, but I thought a run would start the next round. It's tough to predict a draft like this. @godoftitsandwhine, dam you were quick on the pick @fizz, I guess that means you are up
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    Carson would be a fool to think John Brown was a better receiver than Fitz.... Plus I still said that I think that Pryor will be successful.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    9.14 Gio Bernard, RB, Bengals I know all the praise that Mixon has been getting but where is the love for Gio? The Bengals offensive line is pretty bad and Marvin Lewis is notorious for not playing his rookies very much. Both of these things tell me that the receiving back is going to get work. I think that as the Bengals work Mixon in slowly, it'll be the back that compliments him well that benefits from the available touches and the ability to move out of the backfield into open space. I think Hill is pretty much done and it will be a split between Mixon and Gio. If Mixon doesn't adjust to the NFL as quickly as we all expect Gio could see a lot of work. I think this pick has a pretty high floor for what is available now and it has potential to pay off big time if a ROOKIE doesn't adjust immediately. 10.01 Chris Thompson, RB, Redskins So a friend of a friend of mine knows Kirk Cousins and he said Chris Thompson is going to have a big year....... But seriously though, I live about 20min away from where Kirk went to high school and I have a few mutual friends. I was talking to one such person today about this draft and mentioning that I was thinking about Chris Thompson. Apparently Kirk mentioned to him that he wasn't impressed with Perine so far and that Thompson "Will have a big year." Maybe you don't believe me on that but is it so hard to believe? The RB situation is pretty unclear in Washington but we know they love to throw the ball. As someone who ends up owning Kirk Cousins a lot in the past 2 years I know he surprisingly puts up quite a few points under the radar. The situation just makes sense. Plus I'll trust Kirk over whatever fantasy experts you got out there. Bonus: Kirk says that he isn't impressed with Pryor either. Says he is just a good athlete and his route running is pretty bad. up your Crowders (though Pryor succeeded last year so I bet he will be fine but I'd rather have the guy the QB thinks is a better WR) @godoftitsandwhine, OTC @fizz, on deck
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    I'll join ya. Henry and Witten on the turn. Lets GO!!!
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    7.14 Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks I feel like we are getting to the point in the draft where everything is a risk. I like late QBs but with so many picks between me and my next pick, I want to get one before I get forced into one I hate. Russell Wilson finished as the QB #9 last year on what was clearly a down year. Wilson threw the most interceptions he has ever thrown in a season and was the 2nd lowest TD total he has ever had. He has a good WR corp in Baldwin and Lockett and has been improving his chemistry with Graham over the course of last season. I think last year was a fluke for this offense and at essentially the 8th round in a 14 team league I like to have the upside he provides as someone who has finished top 3 in the past. 8.01 Zach Ertz, TE, Eagles Again, I would almost rather wait on TE, but when I look at the fact that one team already has 2 TEs and every other team has 2 picks before I get another chance, I think I need to take a TE this round. I am taking Zach Ertz because he seemed to be improving these past couple years and with Wentz having a full year under his belt and Alshon coming to the team I think the Eagles will have a better offense. Better offenses lead to more red zone opportunities and more TDs for TEs (hopefully at least). Ertz ended last year with 800 yards and 4 TDs. Good for TE #6 last year. With a better offense to get the red zone and Alshon to pull the safeties up and open the middle of the field and a full year under Wentz's belt I feel like Ertz is setup to have a big year. My other consideration here was Walker but I think he was largely a product of volume the last 2 years and he will lose a bit of that with Decker and Davis coming to town so I went with Ertz. @godoftitsandwhine, OTC @fizz, on deck
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    That seems like its easier to do than what I was thinking. I like it.
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    League #1 - The Bungles (2017)

    I'd be up for that. Are you thinking like spend a day on each team and have everyone share their thoughts and questions on the decisions or something? Could be fun.
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