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- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... May 29, 2012 10:15 AM Flag
MAKE THE TRADE. if you can't decide for yourself who gets the better end of the deal then you should MAKE THE TRADE. i hope your team dies a slow painful death.
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... May 11, 2012 3:11 PM Flag
trade analysis doesn't mean squat without team context. in short, everyone wins. let managers trade without micromanaging other team's trades. one dude is getting a couple young studs and the other dude is spreading out his talent with aging power-chips. who wins? no clue. i just hope the trade goes thru.
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- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Nov 16, 2010 12:06 PM Flag
strong team, especially given that it is a 14-team league. for comparisons sake i put together a solid squad in a public league consisting of
Gonzalez, T and
but, it is a 10-team league
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Oct 29, 2010 11:28 AM Flag
that's nothing more than smart strategy. don't complain. nothing worse than complainers when someone does something that's not necessarily against the rules.
- BetterThanYou... by BetterThanYou... Jun 28, 2010 12:23 PM Flag
Did anyone else notice that yahoo's player pool had the All-Pro AFC and NFC Defenses in it on draft day? and for a few weeks after the drafts conducted about 3 weeks ago?? now those defenses are REMOVED from the player pool unless you had them on your "watch list," which i did. and, strangely enough, i was able to pick one of them up.
does anyone have any idea why they are there?
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Jun 26, 2010 1:49 PM Flag
it's terrible. and know what's more terrible? that you need random people to validate your team. if you know what you're doing u don't need randoms to say, "great job buddy! i like your team!!"
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Jun 19, 2010 7:35 PM Flag
not great by any means. you received very little value and even reached on a few players. if anyone claims you made solid picks in the beginning rounds then i say, "no sh1t, that's what you're suppose to do with you early-round picks." in other words you are probably not very good if you need random yahoo junkies to validate your draft. pookie.
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... May 3, 2010 10:41 AM Flag
there could be some merit if it is a keeper league. however, you shouldn't need confirmation that it is ripe with collusion and/or idiocy on the part of the kinsler-anderson giveaway.
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Nov 17, 2009 6:33 PM Flag
you are an absolute idiot. although you have specific reasons that are somewhat understandable if you can't extract more from ray rice than that then you're an idiot. ray rice is a top-5 RB.
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Nov 13, 2009 1:47 PM Flag
get a clue, brad. all the players you're giving up are "what ifs" whereas drew brees is not only a great real-life QB, but one of the surest things in fantasy football. you shouldn't have to ask for help here, pal. get a clue.
- BetterThanYou... BetterThanYou... Oct 30, 2009 2:25 PM Flag
Lynch. No questions about it. I could see why someone would recommend Bell, but there probably not very good at fantasy sports.
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