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Hardcore Dynasty League 3 Est. 2017
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    Thu Mar 7 8:37am ET

    2019 Draft Order

    1. AzzHammr
    2. BeerGutz
    3. Coltsnation
    4. Heisenberg III
    5. Suncoast 12
    6. Grizzz
    7. Mahomes Boys
    8. Master Darque
    9. Rocket Man OTH
    10. One Eyed Snakes
    11. Pickle Rick
    12. Saved By The Bell

    League Payouts

    $270 for League Champion
    $125 for 2nd place
    $75 for regular season 1st overall
    $25 for other regular season division champions
    $80 to pay for the site

    Past League Champions

    2018 - Saved By The Bell
    2017 - Saved By The Bell

    Sat Jun 1 2:43pm ET
    1.02 OTB 3366985194 or send offer.
    Master Darque
    Sun May 5 8:59am ET



    Dynasty League Openings

    I have a few openings in other dynasty leagues that I run. All payments are handled through LeagueSafe. All leagues pay out in full after website cost. All leagues are dynasty with PPR scoring. Openings are as follows:


    $100 buy in, 24 man dynasty roster. Roster highlights are:

    QB: Cam Newton, Marcus Mariota

    RB: Nick Chubb

    WR: Mike Evans, Corey Davis, Mike Williams, James Washington, Will Fuller

    TE: Evan Engram, David Njoku

    Draft Picks: 2.4, 3.4, 4.4, 5.4


    $50 buy in, 28 man dynasty roster. Roster Highlights are:

    QB: Matthew Stafford, Nick Foles

    RB: Devonta Freeman, Kenyan Drake, Jerrick McKinnon, Matt Breida

    WR: Stefon Diggs, Alshon Jeffrey, Robert Woods, Geronimo Allison, Devin Funchess, Golden Tate

    TE: Eric Ebron

    Draft Picks: 1.2, 1.5, 2.3, 2.11, 3.5, 4.3, 5.2, 5.3


    TEAM 1

    $50 buy in, 28 man dynasty rosters. Roster highlights are:

    QB: Carson Wentz, Josh Allen, Matthew Stafford, Josh Rosen

    RB: Melvin Gordon, Phillip Lindsay

    WR: Alshon Jeffrey, Marvin Jones, Antonio Callaway, Christian Kirk, Michael Gallup

    TE: Zach Ertz, OJ Howard

    Draft Picks: 1.6, 2.6, 3.6, 4.6, 5.6

    TEAM 2

    QB: Jared Goff, Marcus Mariota

    RB: Nick Chubb, Kerryon Johnson, Lesean McCoy, Adrian Peterson, TJ Yeldon

    WR: Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, Will Fuller, Courtland Sutton

    TE: Evan Engram, Austin Hooper, Ian Thomas

    Draft Picks: 1.7, 2.7, 3.7, 5.7


    SUPERFLEX LEAGUE, $50 buy in, 28 man roster. Roster highlights are:

    QB: Aaron Rodgers, Andy Dalton

    RB: Sony Michel, Josh Adams

    WR: Alshon Jeffrey, DJ Moore, TreQuan Smith, John Ross, Michael Crabtree, Golden Tate

    TE: OJ Howard

    Draft Picks: 1.2, 2.2, 3.2, 4.2, 5.2

    If you are interested in any of these leagues either email me at or even easier text me at 570-764-2737. I can send full rosters upon request. I have been running leagues for over 20 years and they run very smoothly. Thanks in advance for your interest! Mike

    Sat May 4 7:05am ET
    Hey guys, I have 1 opening in each of 4 other leagues I run. All 4 are right here on RT Sports. All payments handled by Leaguesafe. 2 leagues are 12 team, $50, full Dynasty, PPR. One league is 16 team, $100, full dynasty, PPR. The other league is 12 team, $50, 10 Keeper, non PPR. If anyone is interested please Email me at and I will send you the rosters and draft picks. I'm hoping to get these drafts set up soon.
    Master Darque
    Fri May 3 7:11am ET

    Trade Block Update

    Players on the Block:

    • Mitch Trubisky QB CHI
    • Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL
    • Alvin Kamara RB NOR
    • Brandin Cooks WR LAR
    • Corey Davis WR TEN
    • Calvin Ridley WR ATL
    • Malcolm Brown RB LAR
    • Damien Williams RB KAN
  • Latest TransactionsAll
    ReleasedMahomes BoysBruce Ellington WR NWESun Jun 16 10:21am ET
    ReleasedMahomes BoysJeremy Hill RB NWESun Jun 16 10:21am ET
    ReleasedSaved By The BellStevan Ridley RB PITSat Jun 1 3:39pm ET
    ReleasedSaved By The BellZach Zenner RB DETSat Jun 1 3:39pm ET
    ReleasedSaved By The BellMichael Crabtree WR BALSat Jun 1 3:39pm ET
    Tue Jun 4 7:47pm ET
    Mahomes Boys$30 waiver wire
    Pickle Rick2019 Rnd 4 Pick 11
    Tue Jun 4 5:02pm ET
    One Eyed SnakesTyler Lockett
    Tarik Cohen
    DaeSean Hamilton
    Heisenberg IIISony Michel
    2019 Rnd 4 Pick 7
    Mon Jun 3 6:02pm ET
    BeerGutzPeyton Barber
    2019 Rnd 3 Pick 2
    One Eyed SnakesAdrian Peterson
    2019 Rnd 3 Pick 10
    2020 Rnd 3 from One Eyed Snakes
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  • Fantasy Week 1Scoreboard
    One Eyed Snakes (0-0)
    Suncoast 12 (0-0)+28.5
    AzzHammr (0-0)
    BeerGutz (0-0)-25.0
    Heisenberg III (0-0)
    Off The Hook (0-0)-13.0
    Saved By The Bell (0-0)
    Pickle Rick (0-0)+16.5
    GRIZZZ (0-0)
    Mahomes Boys (0-0)-10.0
    Master Darque (0-0)
    Coltsnation (0-0)+3.0
  • Player Notes
    Marcus Mariota Jun 24 9:13am ET

    Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota has been encouraged to take fewer hits by general manager Jon Robinson. 'The thing I've stressed to him, and I know our coaches have stressed to him is, Let's live to play another play,' Robinson said. 'Don't take that hit. If you feel the pocket coming down on you and you take off running, and the 'backer is coming off of coverage and he's coming screaming at you, throw the ball away. It's OK to punt, we'll get another crack at it. That's the main thing, it's stressing to him - to try as best as possible, like all quarterbacks do, to avoid getting hit.'

    Fantasy Spin: Mariota's durability has been a problem with nagging injuries throughout his career. It has suppressed him to a low-end QB1 in fantasy.

    Devin Funchess Jun 24 2:13am ET

    Indianapolis Colts WR Devin Funchess produced mixed results during organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamp, according to beat writer Kevin Bowen, although head coach Frank Reich said he was 'very encouraged' by what he saw during spring practices. 'We knew right away, you could tell day one that he was smart. (He was) not going to have a problem grasping the system,' Reich said. 'Then it's just a question of getting used to the way we do things, the way we teach things and then our schemes. I just thought he showed a very high aptitude for that.'

    Fantasy Spin: To be fair, Funchess is learning a new system and getting acclimated to a new team, and he didn't have the luxury of working with Andrew Luck, who was held out of the offseason program. Funchess struggled with Jacoby Brissett, but he won't be working with him unless disaster strikes. Based on his struggles in 2018, Funch is only worth a late-round roster spot, but he could very well emerge as the No. 2 in Indy, and a decent WR4 or flex fantasy option sooner rather than later.

    Matt Breida Jun 24 2:03am ET

    San Francisco 49ers RB Matt Breida will be in a crowded backfield heading into 2019 as long as everyone is healthy.

    Fantasy Spin: Breida will be in a fierce battle in training camp and the preseason with Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon, Raheem Mostert and Jeffery Wilson. Coleman is considered the frontrunner at this point, so Breida might be battling McKinnon to be up during the regular season if everyone is healthy, as Mostert is considered a lock due to his prowess on special teams.

    Raheem Mostert Jun 24 2:03am ET

    San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert is expected to be one of three running backs active during the regular season since he is the team's best special-teams player.

    Fantasy Spin: Mostert has shown in the past that he can be effective running the ball, but that's unlikely to be his role in 2019 with the likes of Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon and Matt Breida creating a logjam in the backfield. He has minimal fantasy appeal as long as everyone is healthy and ready to play.

    Jerick McKinnon Jun 24 1:43am ET

    San Francisco 49ers RB Jerick McKinnon (knee) is expected to receive clearance near the start of training camp, as he makes his way back from an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

    Fantasy Spin: The Niners have depth at the position with Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida, Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson, so McKinnon won't be rushed back until he is 100 percent. It also wouldn't be surprising to see him as a healthy inactive early in the season as a precaution, as long as Coleman and Breida are healthy themselves. As such, McKinnon is a risky fantasy proposition heading into 2019.

    Tevin Coleman Jun 24 1:43am ET

    San Francisco 49ers RB Tevin Coleman is considered the odds-on favorite to be the closest thing to a lead back, beat writer Matt Maiocco suggests, especially since he has a history in head coach Kyle Shanahan's system.

    Fantasy Spin: Coleman was the only player among Jerick McKinnon, Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert to practice during the offseason, so he likely has a leg up, too. He is likely your best bet when diving into the San Francisco running back pool on draft day.

    Ronald Jones II Jun 23 11:43pm ET

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones said he is focused on putting last year behind him and earning his opportunities going forward. Jones also said that he has spent more time watching the veteran backs to learn how to be a pro and has simplified how he catches passes.

    Fantasy Spin: Jones has received positive marks from the coaching staff this offseason, and it sounds like he is trying to put his disastrous rookie season behind him. Of course, it remains to be seen if he will ever produce on the field, but if he puts it all together, he could take over the Tampa Bay backfield and emerge as a RB2. He's a great lottery ticket to grab later in drafts.

    Chase Edmonds Jun 23 11:33pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals RB Chase Edmonds will have a 'really nice role in the offense' this season, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury.

    Fantasy Spin: Kingsbury has also said he plans to use David Johnson as the feature back, so Edmonds isn't likely to have a big enough role to be more than a handcuff for fantasy owners in redraft leagues. That being said, he is an intriguing stash candidate in dynasty formats.

    Jeff Driskel Jun 23 9:43pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals QB Jeff Driskel will likely be cut if QB Ryan Finley plays well enough in the preseason to be used as the backup quarterback, according to Geoff Hobson of

    Taysom Hill Jun 23 9:43pm ET

    New Orleans Saints QB Taysom Hill said he feels more comfortable with the responsibilities of being a wide receiver this season. 'I think it will be even easier because there was definitely a learning curve from a fundamental standpoint of getting out of breaks and routes and blocking all that I feel more comfortable doing that.'

    Hunter Henry Jun 23 9:23pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers TE Hunter Henry has been making impressive catches during spring practices, according to head coach Anthony Lynn. 'Hunter is just doing what Hunter Henry does,' Lynn said. 'He makes plays.'

    Fantasy Spin: Henry's ability has never been questioned, but an injury derailed what was supposed to be a breakout 2018 campaign. A year later, his upside hasn't changed, and Henry should be viewed as a low-end TE1 candidate.

    Hayden Hurst Jun 23 9:23pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens TE Hayden Hurst (hamstring) was able to participate in minicamp after dealing with a hamstring injury during OTAs.

    A'Shawn Robinson Jun 23 9:03pm ET

    Detroit Lions DT A'Shawn Robinson (knee) was able to participate in minicamp, but he didn't seem as 'well conditioned' as the other defensive linemen, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

    Jarran Reed Jun 23 8:53pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks DT Jarran Reed (hernia) was able to fully participate in minicamp.

    Jaquiski Tartt Jun 23 8:43pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers SS Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder) was able to participate in minicamp.

    Darqueze Dennard Jun 23 8:43pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard (knee) was limited to rehab work during minicamp as he recovers from knee surgery.

    Austin Ekeler Jun 23 8:23pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers RB Austin Ekeler said he has focused on improving his route running during the offseason.

    Fantasy Spin: Ekeler has shown some explosiveness as a change-of-pace back to Melvin Gordon, finishing with 959 total yards ad 39 catches last year. He he is too inconsistent to start as a long as Gordon is healthy, but Gordon owners will want to have Ekeler as a handcuff.

    Sony Michel Jun 23 6:53pm ET

    New England Patriots RB Sony Michel (knee) has been working out at QB Tom Brady's TB12 training facility this offseason while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery in hopes of becoming a more explosive runner.

    Fantasy Spin: Michel, a first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, will be competing for work with James White, Rex Burkhead, and 2019 third-rounder Damien Harris in 2019. Michel projects to lead the backfield after racking up 981 yards from scrimmage and six total touchdowns last season, but he'll be a risky pick in New England's constantly shuffling rotation.

    Peyton Barber Jun 23 5:33pm ET

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Peyton Barber is still held in high regard by the team, according to Greg Auman of The Athletic. Auman adds the 25-year-old was the first rusher in the last five years to rack up 250-plus touches but fail to compile 1,000 yards from scrimmage in 2018.

    Fantasy Spin: Barber scored six total touchdowns last year on 963 yards from scrimmage. An undrafted free-agent signing in 2016, he outperformed rookie second-rounder Ronald Jones II in 2018, but Jones' draft pedigree is likely to ensure he gets another look at a full workload as a sophomore. Barber has a decent floor as a mid-round selection, but he doesn't have a very high ceiling.

    Jermaine Kelly Jun 23 4:33pm ET

    Houston Texans CB Jermaine Kelly, a seventh-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, has been impressing coaches and teammates this offseason after losing his rookie campaign to a torn hamstring. 'Jermaine's basically a rookie,' Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said. 'He didn't play last year at all. He was hurt in training camp, so this is really his rookie year. So, just like any rookie, he's still got a long way to go but he works hard. He's got a good attitude, he shows up every day and he tries to get better every day.'

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