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In Topic: Do you have fantasy football secrets that you don't share on the board? o...

Yesterday, 08:56 PM

Always draft BPA (known commodities) until you have a solid starting lineup (minus D and K), then load up on high upside players late. 

In Topic: Instant Fantasy Analysis - WR Chris Conley, Chiefs

Yesterday, 08:49 PM

KC knows how to develop and utilize WR's.

In Topic: ++ UPDATE: AP requests a trade to the Cowboys - Reinstated

03 May 2015 - 10:13 PM


Cowboys signed Georgia Tech RB Synjyn Days.

Days (6'1/232) was a rotational back in the Yellow Jackets' triple option, finishing his career with 255 carries for 1,396 yards (5.47 YPC) and 18 TDs. He only caught seven passes in college. Davis showed lackluster athleticism at his Pro Day, running 4.60/4.61 with a 9-foot-8 broad jump. Like Anthony Allen and Jonathan Dwyer before him, Days' college production was likely the product of Paul Johnson's system. We projected Days as a possible No. 3 back/special teamer before the draft. The fact that he landed in Dallas makes him slightly interesting.



the cowboys finally got their man    :doublethumbsup:



They shoulda picked up the undrafted kid outta Vale....Tyler Varga. Behind that Dallas o-line, he would roll. Don't know is anyone saw him in the Senior Bowl, but the kid is a straight-up baller. Colts grabbed him.


"The most impressive running back of all on Saturday at the Senior Bowl, however, was Tyler Varga. A college tailback who was listed on the North roster as a fullback, Varga showed an impressively well-rounded skill set Saturday.

As a tailback, Varga ran the ball four times for 31 yards; two of his runs went for touchdowns. As a fullback, Varga made a number of strong lead blocks up the middle, including one on Cobb’s four-yard touchdown. Varga also displayed pass-catching ability, as he did all week in practice, with three receptions for 39 yards.

A 5’10”, 227-pound Ivy League product, Varga projects only as a late-round draft pick, but he’s likely to emerge as a quality player for whichever team is smart enough to jump on him."

In Topic: Instant Fantasy Analysis - RB Matt Jones, Redskins

02 May 2015 - 11:07 AM

Sounds like he has added some bulk since his days as a Jaguar WR.

In Topic: Dear Football Guru:

01 May 2015 - 11:12 PM

I second that.