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I’m doing a dynasty draft.

Discussion in 'Fantasy Football Forum - Message Board' started by HaroldSeattle, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. HaroldSeattle

    HaroldSeattle Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    What I like about Wilkins is he’s the only RB on the team equipped to run between the tackles. Think @TREFF pointed this out somewhere on these threads.
     



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  2. TREFF

    TREFF Fantasy Football Guru--??

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    This is pretty much the buzz here in Colorado. Likely Hamilton is more productive year one as the slot, than Sutton will be behind DT/Sanders
     
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    How do you see it working out next year?
     
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    I'm still shocked both Manny and DT are still there. It was widely considered a done deal that one would be gone this year. I have to assume at least one of them, if not both, might be gone for 2019. Broncos have invested substantial draft capital the past few years trying to find replacements. In truth I guess it really depends on Sutton, Hamilton, Henderson, and McKenzie developing into legitimate threats and forcing the old guys out. I think the willingness to allow that to happen, from a front office standpoint is definitely there
     
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    I think both DT and Sanders will be gone next year, so trying to decide on who will become the more valuable WR in a standard league . A slot WR like Hamilton or a outside WR like Sutton? I lean towards the outside WR usually. Then of course you got to decide if Keenum is the answer at QB also.
     
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    Just another note about IDP.
    That's great that others are giving you names and input.
    But IDP can also be like picking a kicker.
    I wouldn't go too deep into this draft targeting IDP.
    The bigger payoff is still the offense IMO.
     
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    Trust me Joe offense always comes first with me, just trying not to have my IDP handicap my team.:nod:
     
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    Yep, %100

    Unless your in a league like Foot's which goes pretty deep with every possible defensive position needing a slot in the lineup..it really ain't a huge deal
     
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    IF, Keenum is still around, then IMO, the value goes Hamilton's way (he really liked Thielen in the middle). I honestly, think Sanders is not a Bronco next season - heck they've been talking about moving on from him for the past couple of yrs. So, of the two, believe he (Sanders) is the most likely to go - unless they cut-bait on both.
     
  10. HaroldSeattle

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    I’m in the process of thinking trades to beef up my roster. No use targetingtop RBs in this league, so I’m thinking of beefing up WR and the guy I want is Evans. Owner isn’t a active trader, but is a draft nut so draft picks will be the key. Going to try to collect some 2019 draft picks to have the necessary ammo. Starting out sending a pm to the Henry owner to see if he’s interested in D. Lewis. Not sure what to ask in return for sure, thinking a second round pick in 2019, but would offering my second and Lewis for his first asking to much? Not enough? Thoughts?
     
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    Not so good with trade advice.
    Offering D. Lewis for a 2nd to the Henry owner is a good initial offer.
    Let him tell you if it's too much.
     
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    Chubb is now off the board.
     
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    Oh heck that part is fine. It was my second and Lewis for a first I was thinking was to much.
     
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    how many leagues r u in
     
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    I lose track but I think 13.:pound:
     
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    how do u keep up
     
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    Drafts are spaced apart. That total includes suicide and coma which are done, doesn’t take a lot to maintain those rosters. Honestly Shady league probably takes more of my time then the rest combined.
     
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    well in season, moves, etc
     
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    Simple. You go to Fantrax take care of all your leagues in less then 15 minutes, ditto ESPN, then you go to the dreaded Fleaflicker leagues and take care of them and then your done.
     
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    I’m in 4 Fleaflicker leagues. Apparently it’s very commish friendly.