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Kerryon owner in 2 leagues, immensely desperate for a back in another (Chubb, Montgomery, Drake)

Its hard to keep trotting Montgomery out there
I wasn’t able to get him. You? I might be fucked in the b. I’m going to have to move some of my WR depth for a rb. Fournette owner wouldn’t budge on him, offered Breida though. I’m tempted.
 

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I wasn’t able to get him. You? I might be fucked in the b. I’m going to have to move some of my WR depth for a rb. Fournette owner wouldn’t budge on him, offered Breida though. I’m tempted.
In a $100 total budget league I bid 47. Winning bid was 64.

In retrospect I shouldn’t have posted in my family group chat that I was throwing it all down on Ty (I had 63 left). But I’ve said that about multiple guys such as Josh Allen in past weeks. I didn’t expect anyone to believe me haha

I’m in the same spot as you now. Sending out feelers for trades. Probably going to end up moving Tyreek Hill for less than an ideal package because I just can’t start Montgomery anymore and I have better WR depth
 

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I wasn’t able to get him. You? I might be fucked in the b. I’m going to have to move some of my WR depth for a rb. Fournette owner wouldn’t budge on him, offered Breida though. I’m tempted.
Who did he want for Breida?
 

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He wants a lesser receiver. Curtis Samuel. I’m hoping he would take Kenny Stills.

I have Mike Evans, Diggs, Alshon, Samuel, Stills to throw around.
Man maybe I’m dying of thirst in the desert, but Breida is sounding pretty nice right about now.

from the 9ers games I’ve watched this year I think he is extremely talented. Much more so than Coleman

it honestly just seems like a waste of a down whenever they give it to Coleman whereas Breida is much more explosive and a threat to actually do anything useful

but as long as that time share exists it clips his wings a bit. I’d still do it for Samuel or Jeffrey
 

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Man maybe I’m dying of thirst in the desert, but Breida is sounding pretty nice right about now.

from the 9ers games I’ve watched this year I think he is extremely talented. Much more so than Coleman

it honestly just seems like a waste of a down whenever they give it to Coleman whereas Breida is much more explosive and a threat to actually do anything useful

but as long as that time share exists it clips his wings a bit. I’d still do it for Samuel or Jeffrey
I’m thinking Jeffrey. The guy just does not do anything with his targets. I believe he doesn’t get too many air yards.
 

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Would anyone here be interested in starting up a pay dynasty league next year that uses salary caps? I'm in another dynasty league like that, a free one, and it's a lot of fun, but I'd pay a lot more attention to it if there were money on the line.

This league has a 200 dollar cap and you do an auction draft every year. After the draft, you can sign players from 1-4 year deals at the price you won them for in the auction. If you cut a player under contract, you incur a penalty of 1/3 of their salary over the course of the contract rounded down (so if you bid ten bucks on a guy for three years and cut him after year one, you'd lose three dollars from your cap the next two years).

I think it's a really fun set-up, although I am open to tweaking the rules (I think five year deals would be a little better, for example). Just wanted to gauge interest. The draft wouldn't be until next year, obviously, but no harm in getting the ball rolling early.
Interested
 

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I’m thinking Jeffrey. The guy just does not do anything with his targets. I believe he doesn’t get too many air yards.
I actually just offered up Marvin Jones for Breida

Maybe an overpay, but I have Hill, John Brown, Ridley (whos value I think goes up post Sanu), Kelce, Henry, and Hooper (my league has no TE, 2 flex

I seriously just cant start Montgomery any more. The Bears offense is AIDS
 

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I actually just offered up Marvin Jones for Breida

Maybe an overpay, but I have Hill, John Brown, Ridley (whos value I think goes up post Sanu), Kelce, Henry, and Hooper (my league has no TE, 2 flex

I seriously just cant start Montgomery any more. The Bears offense is AIDS
My trade went through with Alshon.
 

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Was out-waivered in every league for Ty. Got Chase Edmunds in a couple of them though.

How do people feel about the random waiver priority?

In the leagues I manage I use reverse record priority.

I think it kind of sucks to see the guy who is 6-1 have the top priority while the team in last place has Duke Johnson and Mostert at RB.
 

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Was out-waivered in every league for Ty. Got Chase Edmunds in a couple of them though.

How do people feel about the random waiver priority?

In the leagues I manage I use reverse record priority.

I think it kind of sucks to see the guy who is 6-1 have the top priority while the team in last place has Duke Johnson and Mostert at RB.
Have you been in a FAAB league?

did it for the first time 2 years ago and immediately switched my league I commission over the next year

once you go FAAB you never go back. It’s just so much more entertaining and strategic IMO
 

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Was out-waivered in every league for Ty. Got Chase Edmunds in a couple of them though.

How do people feel about the random waiver priority?

In the leagues I manage I use reverse record priority.

I think it kind of sucks to see the guy who is 6-1 have the top priority while the team in last place has Duke Johnson and Mostert at RB.
I prefer FAAB for waivers. It's so much better.
 

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Have you been in a FAAB league?

did it for the first time 2 years ago and immediately switched my league I commission over the next year

once you go FAAB you never go back. It’s just so much more entertaining and strategic IMO
True, but it greatly disadvantages more casual or novice players.

For my leagues, in which half are old timers, I don't think it would go well.
 

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