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    Fri Dec 21 12:10pm ET

    All great points Scott.  That is the one change we will be prioritizing next year, getting rid of the Thursday lineup designation for all players. I'm in another league too that allows for changes up to game time, and only have to designate those Thursday players. I will contact Tom and get the trophy.

    Also want to announce that 9ersallday has won the Super Bowl after his only second year with the league. Cortne Troutt managed a good team that had some surprise performers for him all year. Congratulations Cortne!!!!! I will get the trophy engraved and to you within the month.  Until next year, everyone have a wonderful holiday season, and see you all next September.

    The Commish

    Tue Dec 11 12:11pm ET

    Having to designate your entire team by Thursday kills a lot of teams' chances in any given week.  I'm in another league and you can change your lineup up to game time of any given player.  Which means, of course, you only have to designate players in a Thursday game by Thursday, if you want to play them at all.  

    Changing that aspect of our league would add a bunch more points throughout the year, I'm guessing.  This year, like most years, shows you can be great most of the year (eg. Tom) but unlucky one day and bye bye trophy.  Remember, I beat someone who was undefeated the entire year last year until the final game.  I just got lucky.  So it goes.  

    The trophy is great and Tom has it in his possession.  Whoever wins will need to contact him about engraving your name on it and getting it from him.  



    Tue Dec 4 2:51pm ET
    Yeah, this was not a very competitive year for most of the teams. I got in with a 6-8 record. I’m going to check to see if we can have control of our teams past the Thursday deadline, and only have to declare those players we have going on Thursday night. I believe we may have the capacity to do that. Also want to add a flex position to our roster. I also participate in a yahoo league where you can designate players up until their individual game times. Maybe we need to go back to money payouts, maybe people will be more motivated. Because of social media and technology, it will be easier to collect money and send out winnings.
    Thu Nov 29 7:37pm ET

    What a shitty year. I believe I counted 5 teams over 500. Too busy to stay on top of this. Who friggin remembers Thursday night games. Some weeks I forget to even set a line up much less upgrade my team.

    My downward spiral started when this Thursday game started and I kept forgetting to play. Oh well, next year. Good luck to those in the running.

    Tue Nov 27 12:13pm ET

    Welcome to the Big Dance, here are the seedings:

    1st Tom Robinson (Birdmen)

    2nd: Andrew Brown and Sean (OG's)

    3rd: Cortne Troutt (9ersallday)

    4th: Malik Jackson (Hornets Nest)

    5th: Cordell Brown (Pimps and Ho's)

    6th: Greg Trevigne (Invaders)

    Tom and Andrew draw byes, while Greg vs Cortne, and Cordell vs Malik battle it out this coming week to move on to the championship round. We had some heavy hitters this year with lots of points scored, but now is when the points and wins count.  Good luck to all, and you have until Thursday to tweak your teams for your championship run.....first come first served.

  • Latest TransactionsAll
    ReleasedPimps n' HoesCarlos Hyde RB JACTue Dec 4 7:45pm ET
    AcquiredPimps n' HoesJaylen Samuels RB PITTue Dec 4 7:45pm ET
    ReleasedOG'sDeSean Jackson WR TAMTue Dec 4 12:56pm ET
    AcquiredOG'sChris Godwin WR TAMTue Dec 4 12:56pm ET
    ReleasedHornet's NestDevonta Freeman RB ATLThu Nov 29 5:24pm ET
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  • Player Notes
    Albert Wilson Jan 23 8:10pm ET

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip) has progressed in his rehab without setbacks since suffering a hip injury in October, according to a league source. Doctors have ruled out surgery once and for all for Wilson and has raised hope that he will be able to get back on the field this spring. The belief is that Wilson will be ready for the start of the offseason program in April. Wilson ranked third on the team in touchdowns (four receiving and one passing) despite missing nine games, and his yards-per-catch average (15.0) led the team. Although Miami's quarterback situation is up in the air, Wilson should have a prominent place in the team's offense next year regardless.

    From RotoBaller

    Sam Darnold Jan 23 8:10pm ET

    The New York Jets officially hired Dowell Loggains as their next offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach on Wednesday. Loggains has worked under head coach Adam Gase in both Chicago and Miami. With Gase likely running the show on offense, Loggains' main task will be to continue the development of quarterback Sam Darnold, who was very up and down in his rookie season. The Jets ranked 29th in yards per game (299.2), 25th in passing yards (197.8), 26th in rushing yards (101.4) and 23rd in the league in points per game (20.8) in 2018.

    From RotoBaller

    Larry Fitzgerald Jan 23 12:10pm ET

    The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald to a one-year deal on Wednesday so that he can return for a 16th season. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Fitzgerald will turn 36 at the end of August but will remain the No. 1 wideout on the team because of his experience. His numbers took a hit in one of the worst offenses in the NFL in 2018, but he still led the team in receptions (69), receiving yards (734) and touchdowns (six). While Fitz can still make an impact on the field, he'll be returning to his third head coach in three years, but the addition of Kliff Kingsbury could improve the offense moving forward. We won't say for sure that Fitzgerald will return to the 1,000-yard mark, but he should be a serviceable WR3 at the very least.

    From RotoBaller

    Greg Schiano Jan 23 10:53am ET

    Former Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano is expected to land with the New England Patriots in a top defensive role when linebackers coach Brian Flores heading to the Miami Dolphins.

    Steve Spagnuolo Jan 23 10:43am ET

    Former New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has emerged as the favorite to be hired as Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator, according to sources.

    Larry Fitzgerald Jan 23 9:43am ET

    Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald announced Wednesday, Jan. 23, that he'll return for the 2019 season.

    Fantasy Spin: Fitz had a 69-734-6 season, which was well below the 100-catch, 1,000-yard seasons the three years previously. The rookie quarterback was part of the problem, but he doesn't have much more upside next season. He's still a PPR asset, but he'll be a mid-round option as a WR3.

    Larry Fitzgerald Jan 23 9:43am ET

    Updating an earlier report, Arizona Cardinals impending free-agent WR Larry Fitzgerald re-signed with the Cardinals on a one-year deal. Financial terms weren't disclosed.

    Albert Wilson Jan 23 2:13am ET

    Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) is on schedule with his recovery from an October hip injury that landed him on IR and could be at full speed when the team's offseason workout program begins in April.

    Fantasy Spin: After four largely nondescript seasons in Kansas City, Wilson flashed some playmaking ability before getting injured against the Lions. There are far too many variables in Miami for an accurate read on Wilson's fantasy prospects for 2019, but he did enough last year to warrant your attention.

    Nick Foles Jan 23 1:53am ET

    Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles would be eligible to be franchise or transition tagged and then traded if the team decides not to pick up his option, which ESPN's Chris Mortensen believes is a possibility as doing so would allow the Eagles to influence Foles' destination.

    Fantasy Spin: Mortensen indicates such a move would prevent Foles from going to a division rival, but it's all speculation at this point. While it's far from a sure thing, Foles could have some fantasy value in the right situation.

    Daryl Worley Jan 23 1:03am ET

    Oakland Raiders CB Daryl Worley (shoulder) had successful surgery on his ailing shoulder last week, according to head coach Jon Gruden.

    Michael Crabtree Jan 22 11:53pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree is likely to be released in the offseason, according to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec.

    Cole Beasley Jan 22 5:23pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys impending free-agent WR Cole Beasley claimed Tuesday, Jan. 22, that the Dallas front office encourages the coaching staff to get the football to certain players. 'I haven't been a huge priority in that regard. Maybe that will change but I'm not sure,' Beasley said.

    Fantasy Spin: Beasley's frustrations are evident and understandable, although Amari Cooper, Ezekiel Elliott and Michael Gallup are all bigger, more talented threats with the ball. Beasley does have a role to play and put together his second best season from a statistical standpoint. That being said, he's only a mid- to late-round PPR flier if he stays in Dallas.

    Alex Smith Jan 22 4:50pm ET

    Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said the team is "optimistic" that quarterback Alex Smith (leg) will be ready for the start of the 2019 season, but he also said "we'll see." In his first year with Washington, Smith was a disappointment, throwing for 2,108 yards, 10 touchdowns and five interceptions with an 85.7 QB rating in 10 games before his gruesome leg injury. He'll be heading into his age-35 season and is unlikely to be ready for training camp or the regular season, so he's one to avoid for fantasy purposes. The 'Skins are in dire need of a long-term quarterback.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Jones Jan 22 4:30pm ET

    The Kansas City Chiefs relieved defensive coordinator Bob Sutton of his duties on Tuesday. Sutton was head coach Andy Reid's defensive coordinator for all six of his years in KC, but the Chiefs defense continued to trend downward in 2018 and was their Achilles heel in the AFC Championship loss to the Patriots last weekend. Defensive end Chris Jones -- third in the NFL with 15.5 sacks in 2018 -- and linebacker Dee Ford are the linchpins of this defense, but they must improve their talent in the secondary. The Chiefs ranked 31st in yards allowed per game (405.5), 31st in passing yards allowed (273.4), 27th in rushing yards allowed (132.1), 24th in points allowed (26.3) and tied for eighth in takeaways (27) in 2018.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Cook Jan 22 2:13pm ET

    Oakland Raiders impending free-agent TE Jared Cook will be re-signed if head coach Jon Gruden has his way, but Gruden admitted that Cook will be a popular name on the free-agent market.

    Fantasy Spin: Cook was one of the few bright spots for the Raiders this season, and maybe the lone bright spot. He's a top-five fantasy tight end candidate now after finishing 2018 as the TE5.

    Julio Jones Jan 22 2:03pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones led all receivers with 24 receptions for first downs on 30 third-down targets this past season.

    Fantasy Spin: Despite a slow start in the TD department (none in his first seven games) Jones also wound up leading the league in receiving yards (1,677) for the second time in the last four seasons. And even with Jones turning 30 this offseason (on Super Bowl Sunday), he remains an elite WR1 in all fantasy formats.

    Marshawn Lynch Jan 22 2:00pm ET

    Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said the team is unsure if impending free-agent running back Marshawn Lynch plans to play in 2019. Gruden said "we'd love to have him back" if he decides to play another season. Beast Mode will turn 33 in April and is coming off a season in which he played in just six games due to injury. Lynch ran 90 times for 376 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and three scores. Even if Lynch returns, he'd be more of a low-upside, injury-risk RB2 for Oakland that is more attractive in standard-scoring leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Cook Jan 22 2:00pm ET

    Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said the team would like to re-sign impending free-agent tight end Jared Cook, but he knows the market for his services will be competitive. He'll be in high demand after he set career highs across the board in catches (68), targets (101), yards (896) and touchdowns (six) for the Raiders. Given the sad state of the tight end position in fantasy, Cook was a strong TE1 this year and will likely be drafted as one again this year, depending on where he lands. Staying in Oakland might be the best for his value.

    From RotoBaller

    Andy Dalton Jan 22 1:50pm ET

    The Cincinnati Bengals are hiring former Oakland Raiders quarterbacks coach Brian Callahan as their next offensive coordinator. Callahan has never been an offensive coordinator in the NFL but has been a QBs coach since 2015. He'll oversee an offense that could easily bounce back after serious injuries to quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green derailed them in 2018. Cincinnati finished 26th in yards per game (310.8), 24th in passing yards per game (205.6), 21st in rushing yards per game (105.1) and 17th in points per game (23.0) in 2018.

    From RotoBaller

    Marshawn Lynch Jan 22 1:43pm ET

    Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch, an impending free agent this offseason, hasn't announced whether he plans on playing in 2019, but if he does, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said Tuesday, Jan. 22, that 'we'd love to have him back.'

    Fantasy Spin: Lynch will be 33 by the time next season rolls around, but he'd still be a fantasy RB2 consideration if were to be projected to be the primary RB in Oakland.

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