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GobbleDog last won the day on September 26 2016

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  1. GobbleDog

    Alan Robinson

    I salute yall with the intelligence and guts to drop Robinson. I still can't do it, despite seeing promising free agents. My early 3rd round "sure thing" is now just a waste of precious bench space.
  2. GobbleDog

    D'Ernest Johnson: Cleveland Browns

    Good point
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    D'Ernest Johnson: Cleveland Browns

    Johnson had one great game, as the starter, against a bad team, and a game script working in his favor. With Chubb back (even limited) my feeling is he'll be a poor man's Kareem Hunt. He's startable because Cleveland's running game is #1, but I don't expect Hunt-like stats.
  4. GobbleDog

    Ever been in an ErfQuake?

    As far as dangerous natural disasters go, I'd rank: 1st) Tornadoes 2nd) Earthquakes Distant 3rd) Hurricanes As a Floridian, I'll take hurricanes. Nothing ever happens in Orlando. Tornadoes and earthquakes will destroy even the strongest buildings in a second. And without any warning. I couldn't live with that.
  5. GobbleDog

    Favorite and least Sopranos character

    Whoever cast the detective with a ridiculous lisp, should've been fired. He was awful.
  6. GobbleDog

    pittman jr.

    Michael Pittman is the 24th highest paid player on the Colts at $1.9 million per year - (2nd round rookie contract). 35 rec, 508 yds, 2 TDs and a born leader. DeVante Parker is the 3rd highest paid player on the Dolphins at $12.1 million per year. 17 rec, 242 yds, 1 TD and a total loser. The Dolphins are 1-6 (dumb luck they aren't winless thanks to a fluke fumble). Chris Grier has been GM for 6 years and still has a job today.
  7. My early 3rd round pick - Allan Robinson
  8. GobbleDog

    Rashaad Penny

    Rashaad Penny was Seattle's 2018 1st round draft pick. Which turned out to be the biggest highlight of his disappointing career. The Seahawks declined his 5th year option and this is his swan song. Next year he'll be a cheap back-up on a different team. By 2023, he'll be a pan handing on the street and boring everyone about his glory days at San Diego St.
  9. GobbleDog

    Alec Baldwin killed a woman

    I can't wait to see this movie.
  10. This should always be the policy. Don't mess with Americans. The government should rain terror on this gang. Send a message to deter others from ever trying it.
  11. GobbleDog

    Broncos at Browns: TNF Discussion

    Me neither. I don't check the final score Tuesday morning. After 20 years of fantasy football, I've realized I hate rooting against players. Ignorance is bliss. Plus, I bet on the games... nothing worse than rooting for a team, but hoping a certain player on that team doesn't score.
  12. GobbleDog

    D'Ernest Johnson: Cleveland Browns

    He was exactly #20 in most rankings. Not a guaranteed lock.
  13. GobbleDog

    D'Ernest Johnson: Cleveland Browns

    Halftime - 64 rush yds, 1 rec, 4 rec yds, 1 TD 13.8 points. And it's only halftime. My blind faith was rewarded. Playing against the lousy Bronco's helped no doubt. Now the question is, what to do when Chubb comes back.?. Hunt proved to be a reliable start, but Johnson... who knows. Especially with Felton taking some of Johnson's snaps/catches. Have to wait and see how that plays out. At least for tonight, the Gods smiled on team Gobble.
  14. GobbleDog

    D'Ernest Johnson: Cleveland Browns

    I'm starting D Johnson tonight. Vegas shows over/under rush yards at 60 and receptions at 2. That's 8-10 points. Maybe a possible TD... so I expect in the 10 to 15 point range, with a longshot for more. Beats the hell out of my other flex option who cost me an early 3rd round pick - Allen Robinson. He's good for about 5 points and that's about it.
  15. I get the frustration. I used to go overboard drafting RB's based on this theory... such a rare commodity and if you can use them in flex, even better. From my experience, it doesn't always work. Top WRs are also important especially in ppr leagues. Waivers will likely net you an extra starting RB or two if needed. A combo of RBs and top WR's in the first 4 rounds is now my choice. I agree with hoarding extra RBs in following rounds, which does make it harder to nail those 9th/10th+ round QB and TE.