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Discussion in 'NFL' started by dwid, Dec 25, 2020.
Beasley did leave with an injury - hopefully nothing serious.
This whole conversation about the Pats right now is hilarious. They keep saying it's not a full rebuild which I find hard to believe. I hope Thuney and Andrews leave in FA which will leave the Pats with one of the most laughable OL in the NFL. There are no WRs, No TEs, neglect at the QB position, Gilmore will probably be gone, the rest of their secondary is older.
Damn, just saw how Diggs won it for your opponent. Happens a lot in the playoffs unfortunately, where bad luck seems to be far more common than good luck.
Talking about the Lambert League here, the fantasy league sponsored by CF since 2007 that now has just three owners left from Caste Football due to everyone else ignoring it.
Watching NFL games? I don't know one flaming queer that ever liked football(granted I have only met a few in passing), the only gay "Butch" type that I knew was on my football team and I only knew he was gay a good 5 or 6 years after high school when a friend told me and we had good laugh on that one...
Without a viable quarterback it might as well be one, granted these days with the way teams can get good overnight a rebuild can be two seasons, but as we have seen with Cleveland and Buffalo that could be a repetitive cycle of 2 or 3 seasons of trying young quarterbacks and watching them fail.
Yep I finally got to watching the game that I had recorded and it was another make it look easy performance. And IMO Adams did give him a good hand in that game and give credit to the Titan's DBs they were helpful as well.
Man let me tell you fellas skipping the cancerous woke commercials is like a slice of heaven available via a remote control.
Josh Allen is a dominant player. My choice for MVP is co-MVPs with him and Aaron Rogers.
Cole Beasley needs to play next week and have a big game... he deserves the 1,000 yard season.
So the latest excuse of Cam Newton is he has sleep issues reported in a Boston paper. One sh*tbird excuse after another with these "people."
Yes, having Josh Allen in a dynasty league is like buying Bitcoin at $5 a token. Sadly, I went up against the team with Diggs and his touchdowns from Allen caused me to still lose a close one.
As and aside, the player I see most closely following in Allen’s skill set is Justin Herbert and I have him too. The Lunchpailers should be force to reckon with for years to come!
I hope Jones is able to take that third year leap next season. Some of the comments made last night regarding Brian Daboll/Josh Allen were right on part with what I have been saying for awhile regarding white QBs - they mentioned how Daboll has been flexible and rather force Allen into a specific offense he has built the offense around Josh Allen and his abilities. Lamar Jackson and Murray both have had this advantage to an even higher degree than Josh Allen. The Giants could really benefit from bringing in some of the concepts Buffalo runs as Jones is a very similar player to Allen.
It would be nice if we could get a few more CFers on there. It’s a lot of fun. If you guys show some interest, maybe the league could be expanded back up to 14 teams?
Good point. Jones could get into that tier with the right coaching.
I'm interested in the CF League next year Don.
I actually think Judge is a decent coach for the Giants. They have alot of holes to fill but they seemed to be a little more competitive than in years past. Garrett is not an ideal OC though. So much of what I saw of that offense was Daniel Jones just dropping straight back and throwing short hitch routes or slants. His deep ball is fine but he actually needs WRs who can catch, the o-line needs work, they need a real TE. He is not used much on bootlegs or throwing on the run like many other QBs - those high percentage throws should really be part of every offense at this point since the rules make them so difficult to defend. Right now there are alot of coaches making the job harder than it should be - all offenses should have these high percentage throws in their offense. It's a shame we will not see another Peyton Manning type - a cerebral QB with perfect mechanics and flawless footwork in his 3-5-7 step drops.
It used to be 16 teams but expanding up to 14 or 16 is more difficult than contracting from 16 to 12. The existing teams would have to cut some of their good players and throw them in with the incoming rookies and some owners might not like doing that in a dynasty league.
We'll be a money league next year, nothing silly maybe $75 or $100 per team, and that might create an opening or two among existing owners. Flint only stayed in this year at my request so don't know if he'll be back. But there's been stability in the league since it contracted to 12 teams. A lot of the owners are fantasy football guys I know from this area and they enjoy the Lambert League.
I can see your point and the challenge that an expansion would create.
Perhaps a jump to 16 is too difficult to do in one year but 14 could be easier. Just some ideas off the top of my head would be to have an expansion draft before the regular “rookie draft”. You could say that every team can only protect 25 players (out of 35). Then maybe mandate that certain important positions have a cap too. For example, you can only protect 2 or 3 quarterbacks, running backs, receivers, etc. The new managers could then send you a ranked list of the 30 players they want. Then you go through 1 by 1 until each team has 30 (or so guys). The rest of the roster can be filled via the draft.
I think the new managers would have to come in with the mindset that they may struggle for a year or 2. When I took over my team, it was coming off a 2 win season and was a total mess. It was basically a peak Tony Romo and a bunch of bums.
I like 12 more than 16 as with 12 teams there are decent players available on the waiver wire during the season, whereas with 16 it's almost always scraps as just about everyone imaginable is already on rosters. Through good drafting, the waiver wire, and trading for those who like to trade, a team can go from bad to good more quickly in 12 team leagues than in larger ones. The Lambert League became more competitive after we shrank it too, as there was some dead weight that needed to be removed.
We'll see where we're at come spring. It's always been like pulling teeth to get anyone here interested so odds are expansion will be a non-issue.
I just watched the Josh Allen highlights, all I can say is wow. Last year I watched some of his work and I did't get the wow factor this year he has vision, can at least get to two reads and he has touch to the ball, last year he impersonated Scam by throwing high. Of course this week was against the failing NE Patriots so that might be an influence on how he handled the pocket since their pass rush is on the milk carton. Damn I want to rub this in the anti-white bigot's faces thru out the garbage media.
The next Rodgers