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  1. I'd give it to Josh Adams but, like Jon Snow, I know nothing.
  2. I would argue that there is currently just ONE RB in the league worthy of a top-5 draft pick (CMC). Going back a few years, you could make brief cases (1, maybe 2 seasons) for Elliot, Bell and Gurley. I'm loathe to even count Elliot because of the OLine he got to run behind. So it would seem to me that even if you nailed it on a top-5 RB pick, you are probably getting 2 seasons of All-Pro play out of him if you are lucky. When is the last time we saw a RB come into the league and played at a dominant level into his late 20s? Probably AP, who was drafted in 2007. Since then, I can't t
  3. For a good time, read the game thread on the WFT forum. The highs and lows are as good as anything I've seen here. And the angst when it came down to Hopkins' leg was a thing of beauty.
  4. As long as he's back in time for the first playoff game. ..... .....
  5. 1) If you think RBs are interchangeable, you didn't watch McCaffrey. 2) Given the complete lack of effectiveness of our RBs, which I will partially lay on the OL, I am banging the desk to give Josh Adams a few carries. He was the most effective guy last season and during this preseason. Or do we have to watch a few more weeks of Coleman and Carter running into walls.
  6. This is the only thing I could find on his status after the game:
  7. Jets, Giants, Panthers, Broncos. 18 combined wins in 2021. Chiefs had almost that many by themselves.
  8. Perine is probably not active this week. Adams is probably the best short-yardage back anyway but you still may be right. Not sure what they see that I don't.
  9. This thread could be oh so much better with a slight tweak.
  10. Week 2 against the 49ers.
  11. Davis, Moore, Mims, Berrios, Jeff Smith. Maybe we bring up V Smith. Losing Crowder and maybe Cole for this week sucks, but it's still far ahead of last year's starting squad.
  12. Jets head coach Robert Saleh told reporters Friday that WR Keelan Cole will be a game-time decision for Week 1 against the Carolina Panthers. Cole was added to the Jets injury report Thursday because of a knee issue.
  13. Plus this: Jets head coach Robert Saleh told reporters Friday that WR Keelan Cole will be a game-time decision for Week 1 against the Carolina Panthers. Cole was added to the Jets injury report Thursday because of a knee issue.
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