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  • CoolHandCoolHand Posts: 8,718
    Holy smokes... might as well call week 17; Practice Squad/Backup week
  • KookaburraKookaburra Posts: 1,967
    As always
  • swampiesswampies Posts: 4,862
    CoolHand said:

    Holy smokes... might as well call week 17; Practice Squad/Backup week

    Right?
    (I'm not a expert but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night!)
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Latavius Murray RB, New Orleans Saints
    New Orleans Saints
    Saints placed RB Latavius Murray on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    Murray, Dwayne Washington, FB Michael Burton, and the Saints RB coach were all ruled close contacts of Alvin Kamara. It leaves the Saints with Ty Montgomery as their likely Week 17 starter. Taysom Hill also figures to have a larger role in the run game. Murray and Kamara both have a chance to return for Wild Card round.
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    Dwayne Washington, Ty Montgomery

    Source: FOX Sports
    Jan 2, 2021, 11:50 AM ET

    Jordan Mailata T, Philadelphia Eagles
    Eagles LT Jordan Mailata (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Washington.

    It's another downgrade to an Eagles offense that will be without Miles Sanders (knee), DeSean Jackson (ankle), and Dallas Goedert (calf). Brett Toth is expected to start for Mailata.
    Jan 2, 2021, 11:23 AM ET


    Jordan Willis DL, San Francisco 49ers
    49ers placed DE Jordan Willis (ankle) on injured reserve.

    The 49ers traded a sixth-round pick for Willis in October. He appeared in nine games between the 49ers and Jets, posting 13 tackles and 2.5 sacks in a sub-package role. 25-year-old Willis will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
    Jan 2, 2021, 10:12 AM ET


    Kevin Stefanski HC, Cleveland Browns
    The Akron Beacon Journal reports another member of the Browns' coaching staff tested positive for COVID-19.

    The Browns cancelled practice after a second coach tested positive this week. The Berea facility is closed and the team is meeting virtually for their Saturday walkthrough. The NFL has confirmed there's no change to the status of Sunday's game with the Steelers.
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    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Source: Akron Beacon Journal
    Jan 2, 2021, 9:38 AM ET


    Mike Daniels DL, Cincinnati Bengals
    Bengals placed DT Mike Daniels on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    Daniels is out for Sunday's game with the Ravens. The Bengals have at least one other player with symptoms and are going through contact tracing. As many as 10 players could be deemed "close contacts" to Daniels.
    Jan 2, 2021, 9:16 AM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560



    Joe Haden DB, Pittsburgh Steelers
    Steelers placed CB Joe Haden on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    Haden tested positive and won't play in Sunday's regular season finale. He'll be away from the team for a minimum of 10 days, meaning he's unlikely to be available for the first round of the playoffs. The Steelers should run more three-safety looks with Haden out. Second-year CB Justin Layne has played the most snaps behind Haden.
    Jan 2, 2021, 12:47 PM ET

    T.J. Watt LB, Pittsburgh Steelers
    T.J. Watt (rest) will not play in Week 17 against the Browns.

    The Steelers will be sitting their most importantly players with a playoff spot already clinched. That includes Watt, Ben Roethlisberger, Maurice Pouncey, Cam Heyward, Terrell Edmunds, and others. The Browns have no excuse to not beat the Mason Rudolph-led Steelers.
    Source: Steelers PR on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 2:49 PM ET

    Carlos Hyde RB, Seattle Seahawks
    Carlos Hyde (illness) is out for Week 17 against the 49ers.

    It's a non-COVID illness, but he didn't practice all week and won't travel. That leaves Chris Carson with the backfield to himself.
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    Chris Carson

    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 4:15 PM ET


    Tyler Kroft TE, Buffalo Bills
    Bills placed TE Tyler Kroft on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    Any player who tests positive is big news with the playoffs just a week away. Kroft will be ineligible to play in Week 17 and in the Wild Card Round. Hopefully the Bills followed protocols, and Kroft's positive is controlled. Dawson Knox has seen an uptick in usage while John Brown has been sidelined. When everyone is healthy, the Bills want to use four receivers and zero tight ends.
    Source: Bills on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 4:01 PM ET

    Eric Ebron TE, Pittsburgh Steelers
    Steelers placed TE Eric Ebron on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    He'll be joined by CB Joe Haden and LB Cassius Marsh. ESPN's Dan Graziano reports Haden was a positive and the other two were deemed high-risk close contacts. Hopefully the Steelers aren't dealing with a coronavirus outbreak right before the playoffs. The team will be closing out the regular season with a meaningless game against the Browns. Ben Roethlisberger, T.J. Watt, and other starters will be resting.
    Source: Steelers on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 3:52 PM ET

    Christian Kirk WR, Arizona Cardinals
    Cardinals placed Christian Kirk on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    Kirk will miss the Cardinals' must-win Week 17 game against the Rams. To put things mildly, the Cardinals are in a very tough spot on Sunday. Kyler Murray will be playing through a leg injury, DeAndre Hopkins will face star CB Jalen Ramsey, Kirk is out, and both Larry Fitzgerald and Chase Edmonds are game-time decisions. Luckily for Arizona, the Rams won't have Jared Goff and Cooper Kupp.
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    Andy Isabella, KeeSean Johnson

    Source: Darren Urban on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 5:44 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Chase Roullier C, Washington Football Team
    Washington re-signed C Chase Roullier to a four-year, $40.5 million contract.

    It includes $19 million in guarantees. Roullier has crushed pre-draft expectations. A sixth-round pick in 2017, Roullier has been a starter for 3.5 seasons and has improved in each campaign. PFF ranked Roullier as the No. 4 overall center out of 37 qualifiers in 2020. Washington still has a lot of work to do along the offensive line, but Roullier should be a constant positive up front.
    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Jan 2, 2021, 2:16 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Glad he will play what a great story....

    Alex Smith QB, Washington Football Team
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Washington is planning to start Alex Smith (questionable, calf) for Week 17 against the Eagles.

    Smith came out of the practice week "feeling fine" and is on track to return for Sunday night's win-and-in game. There was never much doubt over his status. Smith's supporting cast is the larger concern with Antonio Gibson (toe) and Terry McLaurin (ankle) both questionable.
    Source: NFL Network
    Jan 2, 2021, 12:52 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Matt Barkley QB, Buffalo Bills
    Bills QB Matt Barkley is expected to play in Week 17 against the Dolphins.

    The report isn't all that surprising after the team refused this week to commit to playing its starters against Miami. It looks like the Bills want Josh Allen to break the team's single season passing yardage record -- he's only 40 yards away from doing so -- before yanking him for Barkley. Allen should be removed from DFS lineups, posthaste.
    DFS Slant:

    The Dolphins defense profiles as a solid DFS option with Buffalo likely resting many of its key starters, including Allen. It's going to be impossible to trust any Bills starter in Week 17 DFS lineups.
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    Josh Allen

    Source: Mike Giardi on Twitter
    Jan 3, 2021, 11:55 AM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Adam Gase HC, Unsigned Free Agent
    Jets fired coach Adam Gase.

    And so ends the biggest coaching fiasco in recent memory. The Jets went 9-23 in two years on Gase's watch by the grace of a pointless 6-2 2019 finish after the squad knocked itself out of playoff contention with a 1-7 start. The Jets gained the fewest yards in football each of Gase's years on the job in the Big Apple, becoming a laughingstock of truly epic proportions this season by starting 0-13 only to knock themselves out of contention for Clemson's Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 overall with a 2-1 finish that nobody, least of all Jets fans, wanted. Unable or unwilling to adjust or modernize his offense — the Jets have been where pre-snap motion and play-action go to die — Gase was as out of his depth as a play-caller as he was a locker room leader. As was the case in Miami, Jets players made zero progress under Gase only to improve as soon as they ended up elsewhere. Although he's only 42, Gase is going to have trouble finding NFL coordinator work after this historically-bad stint.
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    New York Jets

    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Jan 3, 2021, 9:11 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Doug Marrone HC, Jacksonville Jaguars
    Jaguars fired head coach Doug Marrone.

    Jaguars owner Shad Khan thanked Marrone for his service in a Monday morning statement. The team never found an answer at quarterback during Marrone's four-year run, muddling through the Blake Bortles era before landing on Gardner Minshew, who proved not to be a starting-caliber NFL quarterback. Marrone's tenure started out well enough, with the Jags making the playoffs in 2017 for the first time in a decade and advancing to the AFC title game before losing to the Patriots. Urban Meyer is reportedly in the running to become the team's next head coach. The Jaguars have the first pick in this year's NFL Draft and $100 million in salary cap space.
    Source: Jacksonville Jaguars on Twitter
    Jan 4, 2021, 9:08 AM ET
  • Whos_Ur_DoggieWhos_Ur_Doggie Posts: 5,454
    Iceman said:

    Adam Gase HC, Unsigned Free Agent
    Jets fired coach Adam Gase.

    And so ends the biggest coaching fiasco in recent memory. The Jets went 9-23 in two years on Gase's watch by the grace of a pointless 6-2 2019 finish after the squad knocked itself out of playoff contention with a 1-7 start. The Jets gained the fewest yards in football each of Gase's years on the job in the Big Apple, becoming a laughingstock of truly epic proportions this season by starting 0-13 only to knock themselves out of contention for Clemson's Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 overall with a 2-1 finish that nobody, least of all Jets fans, wanted. Unable or unwilling to adjust or modernize his offense — the Jets have been where pre-snap motion and play-action go to die — Gase was as out of his depth as a play-caller as he was a locker room leader. As was the case in Miami, Jets players made zero progress under Gase only to improve as soon as they ended up elsewhere. Although he's only 42, Gase is going to have trouble finding NFL coordinator work after this historically-bad stint.
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    New York Jets

    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Jan 3, 2021, 9:11 PM ET

    Finally!!!!!!
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Anthony Lynn fired by the Chargers
  • Iceman said:

    Anthony Lynn fired by the Chargers

    This will be the most attractive job IMO

    I’m predicting the Bills’ OC
    12 Team PPR Dynasty
    QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, Flex RB/WR/TE

    Wentz, Tannehill
    S Barkley, J Jacobs, C Carson, R Freeman, Dobbins
    AJ Brown, T Hill, C Kupp, DJ Chark, Lamb, Jefferson
    Kelce, Higbee
  • Whos_Ur_DoggieWhos_Ur_Doggie Posts: 5,454

    Iceman said:

    Anthony Lynn fired by the Chargers

    This will be the most attractive job IMO

    I’m predicting the Bills’ OC
    No! They can't have him. :angry:
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    edited January 4
    Denver looking for GM, Elway is moving up/aside to hire GM.


    John Elway giving up G.M. title, remains head of football operations
    Posted by Josh Alper on January 4, 2021, 3:23 PM EST
    2020 Carousel Of Hope Ball
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    The Broncos are in the market for a General Manager.

    John Elway has been in that role since 2011, but announced on Monday that he is stepping away from that job. He will remain the president of football operations and will oversee the search for a new G.M.

    “Working in this role for the last 10 years and going back to my playing days, I’ve always tried to do everything I can to help the Broncos win and get better,” Elway said in a statement. “As part of a transition I’ve thought about for a long time, I have made the decision to step up into an elevated role and hire a general manager to lead our personnel and football staff.”

    Elway said the new G.M. will have “final say on the draft, free agency and our roster.” He emphasized that the new hire will be working in partnership with head coach Vic Fangio to make football decisions.

    The next G.M. will not be vice president of player personnel Matt Russell. The team said Russell was offered a chance to interview, but will assist Elway with the search and then retire instead of pursuing the position.
  • Whos_Ur_DoggieWhos_Ur_Doggie Posts: 5,454
    Per Las Vegas PD, #Raiders RB Josh Jacobs was booked on allegations of a DUI at 4:42 am following a single-car collision. His attorneys released a statement saying he will plead not guilty if he is ever charged.
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Kevin Stefanski HC, Cleveland Browns
    Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski tested positive for COVID-19, along with two other coaches and two players.

    The Browns, headed into their first playoff game since 2002, could be without their head coach. Special Teams Coordinator Mike Priefer will take over as acting head coach while Stefanski is away from the team. It's the most Browns development possible, and it puts the team at a considerable disadvantage as they prepare for the Steelers.
    Related:

    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Source: Cleveland Browns on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 11:07 AM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    edited January 5
    KhaDarel Hodge WR, Cleveland Browns
    Browns placed WR KhaDarel Hodge on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

    It's the second time in 10 days Hodge has been placed on the COVID-19 list. The difference this time is, he's COVID positive. At least as of Tuesday afternoon, none of Hodge's receiver mates have been identified as a "close contact." Hodge would be eligible to return for a potential Divisional Round playoff game, but that is going to be a heavy pull for the coronavirus-ravaged Browns. 2018 UDFA Hodge closes the book on this third NFL campaign with 11 catches for 180 yards. He made a few big plays as the Browns' No. 3/4 wideout. Already 26, Hodge is not an intriguing Dynasty league hold. He will be a free agent at season's end.
    Jan 5, 2021, 1:16 PM ET

    Joel Bitonio G, Cleveland Browns
    Browns LG Joel Bitonio and WR KhaDarel Hodge tested positive for COVID-19.

    Neither play will be available for the Browns' playoff game against Pittsburgh. Bitonio constitutes an outsized loss for Cleveland against the Steelers' front seven. He was the second best pass blocking guard in the NFL this season, per Pro Football Focus grades. Bitonio is a key part of an offensive line that gave Baker Mayfield -- one of the least pressured quarterbacks in the league -- a clean pocket throughout the season. A three-time Pro Bowler who has suffered in Cleveland for seven years, Bitonio will miss his first chance to play in the postseason. The Browns will also be without rotational WR Hodge.
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    KhaDarel Hodge

    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 11:46 AM ET

    Nick Harris C, Cleveland Browns
    Browns placed OL Nick Harris on injured reserve with a knee injury.

    A fifth-round rookie, Harris' loss wouldn't normally be a huge deal, but he spent Weeks 15 and 16 filling in for RG Wyatt Teller. Now, the Browns will be without LG Joel Bitonio (COVID-19) for the Wild Card round. Harris' loss leaves them without an obvious back-up plan. Harris could only return for a theoretical Super Bowl appearance.
    Source: Jake Trotter on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 4:07 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Patrick Graham C, New York Giants
    NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Giants signed DC Patrick Graham to a contract extension.

    Graham was a sleeper candidate for some NFL head coaching gigs, but the Giants instead will give him a pay bump to keep him on staff for the 2021 season. New York's defense played above expectations last year despite little edge rushing talent. It's a credit to Graham that the Giants won six games given the state of their offense.
    Source: Mike Garafolo on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 7:09 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Here's your guy @smitty ..... =) =)

    Devonta Smith WR, Alabama Crimson Tide
    Alabama senior WR DeVonta Smith has been awarded the 2020 Heisman Trophy.

    Smith was the only finalist this year to not be a QB. A skinny 6-foot-1, 175-pound WR, Smith posted one of the most electric wide receiver seasons the college football world has ever seen. Smith snagged 105 passes for 1,641 yards and a whopping 20 touchdowns, leading the country in all three categories. In fact, Smith had about 450 yards more than the next-closest wide receiver to him. Though he may not be the biggest or strongest wide receiver, Smith's knack for getting open no matter the route on top of his fantastic speed and YAC-skills leave little mystery as to how he was able to put up a season like this. Smith is the first Heisman winner since Desmond Howard in 1991.
    Source: ESPN CFB on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 7:57 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    edited January 6
    No surprise here, they have been after him for 2 years.....

    Nick Caserio GM, Houston Texans
    Texans hired Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio as their general manager.

    Caserio has ties to Texans' interim general manager Jack Easterby who also worked under Bill Belichick in New England. It raises questions about how serious the Texans took other general manager candidates and how removed Easterby is from power. While in New England, Caserio climbed the front office latter, ultimately agreeing to a multi-year deal to be Belichick's right-hand man with personnel. In recent seasons, the Patriots roster has spiraled, but it's impossible to point fingers at who was the driving force of the decline. Caserio has his hands full with the Texans' current cap space and lack of draft picks. What he does have is a franchise player and future MVP candidate in Deshaun Watson. Protecting Watson should be Caserio's first order of business.
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    New England Patriots

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 8:29 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Can't make this stuff up....

    Rashard Higgins WR, Cleveland Browns
    The Chronicle-Telegram's Scott Petrak reports Rashard Higgins was cited for drag racing on Tuesday.

    Perhaps this was his unique way to practice beating defenders at the line of scrimmage. Overall, it's not the best decision just days ahead of a playoff game, but the citation isn't likely to affect his availability for Sunday's Wild Card game against the Steelers. Higgins has been operating as the second receiver and primary deep threat in the Browns' two-receiver set offense. He had 599 yards in the regular season.
    Source: Scott Petrak on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 6:25 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    As it should be....


    Comeback Player of the Year: Alex Smith
    Posted by Charean Williams on January 5, 2021, 3:06 PM EST
    Washington Football Team v Philadelphia Eagles
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    Never has an award winner been as easy to decide as this year’s Comeback Player of the Year is.

    Alex Smith won the award in September when he made the 53-player roster. The Washington quarterback solidified it in Week 5 with his first appearance since Nov. 18, 2018, when a horrific right leg injury ended his season and threatened his career.

    But that’s not all. . . .

    Smith played eight games, and his 5-1 record as a starter has Washington in the playoffs for the first time since 2015.

    In any other year, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Cowboys pass rusher Aldon Smith could have won the award with their own comeback stories. But Smith’s comeback tale is movie worthy.

    He endured 17 surgeries that first saved his leg from amputation and then his life after a severe infection. After missing 2019, Smith was determined to return in 2020 despite the odds.

    Dwayne Haskins began the season as the team’s starter, but Washington benched him, and he no longer even is on the roster. Kyle Allen made four starts before a season-ending injury.

    Smith is the last quarterback standing of the team’s three original quarterbacks on the 53-player roster.

    Smith became the starter in Week 10. He finished with 1,582 passing yards with six touchdowns and eight interceptions.

    Who knows what his future holds? Smith is 36. He is signed through 2022 with $40 million owed to him over the next two seasons.

    But whether he plays again after this season, Smith is the comeback story of forever.
  • SmittySmitty Posts: 9,492
    Iceman said:

    Here's your guy @smitty ..... =) =)

    Devonta Smith WR, Alabama Crimson Tide
    Alabama senior WR DeVonta Smith has been awarded the 2020 Heisman Trophy.

    Smith was the only finalist this year to not be a QB. A skinny 6-foot-1, 175-pound WR, Smith posted one of the most electric wide receiver seasons the college football world has ever seen. Smith snagged 105 passes for 1,641 yards and a whopping 20 touchdowns, leading the country in all three categories. In fact, Smith had about 450 yards more than the next-closest wide receiver to him. Though he may not be the biggest or strongest wide receiver, Smith's knack for getting open no matter the route on top of his fantastic speed and YAC-skills leave little mystery as to how he was able to put up a season like this. Smith is the first Heisman winner since Desmond Howard in 1991.
    Source: ESPN CFB on Twitter
    Jan 5, 2021, 7:57 PM ET

    Smitty is fire
    - Smitty
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    Chan Gailey OC, Unsigned Free Agent
    Dolphins OC Chan Gailey has resigned.

    This comes after a report earlier this week that Gailey was fired. That wasn't the case, but he's headed back to retirement after returning to the NFL from a three-year hiatus last season. Gailey's departure means Miami will be looking for its third coordinator in as many years. The Dolphins have TE coach George Godsey and RB coach Eric Studesville as in-house options to replace Gailey.
    Source: ESPN
    Jan 6, 2021, 9:14 AM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    It's official......

    Trevor Lawrence declares for 2021 NFL Draft
    Posted by Myles Simmons on January 6, 2021, 10:25 AM EST
    CFP Semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl - Clemson v Ohio State
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    Next stop, Jacksonville?

    What was long expected has come to pass, as Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has declared for the 2021 NFL Draft.

    In a video posted on social media, Lawrence thanked his college coaches, teammates, and fans for their support in his three years at the university.

    “I’ll look back at these three years and have the best memories,” Lawrence said. “I really feel like I’m a man now and I’m ready to take on those challenges. Just super excited for life ahead. The best is always yet to come, but I’m grateful for Clemson and I’m going to miss it.”

    Lawrence’s collegiate career didn’t finish as he would’ve liked, with Clemson falling to Ohio State on 49-28 last week. But he still ended the 2020 season having completed 69.2 percent of his passes for 3,153 yards with 24 touchdowns and five interceptions. He was the Heisman Trophy runner up to Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith.

    Lawrence has long been the presumable No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 draft. We’ll see if the Jaguars new General Manager and head coach make that a reality in a few months.
  • swampiesswampies Posts: 4,862
    Chark will benefit from this!
    (I'm not a expert but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night!)
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  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 13,398
    swampies said:

    Chark will benefit from this!

    More so Shenault will
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 7,560
    WTCM said:

    swampies said:

    Chark will benefit from this!

    More so Shenault will
    Ya I'm with you!!!! =)
  • chuckeycharleschuckeycharles Posts: 6,935
    Iceman said:

    WTCM said:

    swampies said:

    Chark will benefit from this!

    More so Shenault will
    Ya I'm with you!!!! =)
    I own Chark... SCREW Shenault!
    10 Team Dynasty - All TDs = 6 / PassingYd = .04 / Rushing-ReceivingYd = .10 / No-PPR / No Bonus
    - - - - - - - - - - - Starting requirements = QB - RB - RB/WR - WR - WR/TE - TE - DST - K
    QB - J.Allen, J.Herbert, R.Wilson, Stafford / RB - Saquon, Kamara, D.Cook, Zele, Mattison, Pollard, Latavius Murray, Gallman
    WR - M.Thomas, Hopkins, Godwin, A.J.Brown, Chark, Lamb, Claypool, Mooney / TE - M.Andrews. Hockenson, Gesicki, Hurst, Knox
    DST - Ravens, Buccaneers / K - Sanders
    12 Team Dynasty - TDs = 4-6 / PassingYd =.04 / Rushing-ReceivingYd =.10 / PPR / Bonus 3 at 300-100
    - - - - - - - - - - - Starting requirements = QB - 2RB - 3WR - 1TE - 1FlexRWT - DST - K
    QB - Cousins, Darnold, Marriota / RB - R.Jones, Dillon, D.Harris, Ingram, DJ, K.Johnson, R.Armstead, Benjamin, McKissic
    WR DK.Metcalf, Claypool, Perriman, Hamler, Boykin, Byrd, DavidMoore, Guyton / TE - Gesicki, Hurst, Trautman, Knox
    DST - Steelers, Buccaneers / K - Lutz
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