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Josh gordon

Postby darewood11 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:04 pm

Is he worth a late 1st in standard 10 team
10 team standard 25 man roster
1qb 2rb 2wr 1te 3flex

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Rb-Hyde ajayi Chubb jones crowell breida Jones Joe Williams Dixon
Wr-allen evans thielen Davis Parker watkins lee Brown carroo williams hollins treadwell
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1qb 1rb 1wr 1te 4 flex
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Rb cook mixon mckinnon darkwa gillislee christine Michael roc thomas
Wr tyreek hill dez bryant Marvin Jones Tyrell williams stills pryor paul richardson mack hollins darboh krishawn hogan Cody lattimer sutton washington
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby dlf_noahb » Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:35 am

Absolutely, he hasn't played in 3 years and has already been putting up consistent WR1 caliber performances with a rookie QB and little practice time. I think he jumps into the Top 10 for Wideouts in 2018.
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby 1coldone » Fri Dec 15, 2017 8:35 pm

The Josh train is now accepting all passengers...already have my ticket...lol
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20 roster spots/8 Starters
Team 1
1 QB Prescott/Brees
1-3 RB Zeke /Penny/Michel/Duke/Thompson/Lynch/Montgomery
1-3 WR Crabtree/J Gordon /Woods/Anderson/Golladay/Enunwa/Samuel/Treadwell/Cole
1-2 TE Rudolph/Olsen/Burton
1 K Zuerlein
1 DEF Lions
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2018 Start up Scoring/setting same as above.
1 QB Big Ben/Taylor/Jackson
1-3 RB Bell/Drake/Thompson/Burkhead/Cohen
1-3 WR Adams/ARob/Thielen/Moore/Shepard/Godwin/Samuel/Taylor
1-2 TE Burton/Shaheen
1 K Aguayo
1 DEF Seahawks
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby Tvols » Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:45 am

Don’t think anyone would argue his talent but will he even make it 2018 season before lifetime band?

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Re: Josh gordon

Postby Opeth24 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:03 pm

In a 10 team i wouldn't buy him for that. I'd pay a mid-late 2nd. In a 12 team i could see a late 1st doing it.
I'm an owner, and i hope he breaks out again next year but I'm trying to temper expectations, i would also be a little nervous buying, the only reason i own is because I'm faster to the wire than most.
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QB:R.Wilson, P.Mahomes, T.Bridgewater
RB: T.Montgomery, D. Cook , K. Dixon, L. Fournette, K. Drake, P. Barber, M. Breida, A. Ekeler
WR:D.Hopkins, J. Jones, K.Benjamin, J.Doctson,K.Golladay, K. Cole, G.Tate, J. Gordon, M. Goodwin,
TE:G.Olsen, J.Smith
LB:C.Mosley, V.Williams, C.Lawson, W.Woodyard
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby lukkynumber13 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:21 pm

It's up to you on whether or not he's worth a late First, but that's absolutely what it'll take to buy him. Maybe a bit more.
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LUCK, Flacco, J Allen, Brissett
MIXON, Ajayi, Collins, Yeldon, Chase E, R Smith, Jon Williams
KA/EVANS/DIGGS/HILTON/THIELEN, Sammy, C Davis, A Miller, Sanu, Tre'Quan, Terrance W, Bourne, Hansen, Fountain, Marshall
GRONK, Shaheen, Watson, Walford
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DL: FLOWERS/HUGHES/ADDISON, Golden, Short, Okafor, Sheard, Malik J, Wolfe
LB: KENDRICKS/WILLIAMSON/ZACH C, Schobert, R. Evans, Warner, Onwuasor, Young, Milano, DJ, Ford
DB: ADDAE/AMOS/FARLEY, Simmons, John J, Heath, Maye

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GURLEY/GORDON/MIXON, Guice, Ajayi, Wilkins, Chase E, McNichols
NUK/AJG/DIGGS/DT, Crabtree, Sanders, Shepard, P-Rich, Sanu, Hogan, Pryor, J'Mon, JMatt, J Scott
ENGRAM, Doyle, Higbee, Vance, Everett, Swaim
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DL: GRIFFEN/BUCKNER/HEYWARD, Golden, Short, Wilkerson, Wolfe, Ogbah, Spence
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby Valhalla » Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm

It's a 10 team but how many WRs per team start?
The more shallow the league, the more you NEED to have a bunch of upper echelon guys to compete. A late first will often bust and when they hit are often just depth players on your roster. Gordon (if he stays clean) is a pretty good bet to be upper-echelon in production. He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.

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Re: Josh gordon

Postby Pet_Smith » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:33 am

Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
It's a 10 team but how many WRs per team start?
The more shallow the league, the more you NEED to have a bunch of upper echelon guys to compete. A late first will often bust and when they hit are often just depth players on your roster. Gordon (if he stays clean) is a pretty good bet to be upper-echelon in production. He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.
agree with this.
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby TheRookiePro » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:12 pm

Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.
I just ran the numbers. You're right, demand is higher when there is less supply. You're brilliant!
10 Team PPR, 25 man roster(1st and 2nd year player PS option for $20), QB, 2 RB, 3WR, TE, FLEX (RB,WR,TE), K, DEF.

QB-Luck, A. Smith, Chad Kelly
RB-Gurley, M. Gordon, Crowell, Tevin Coleman, Aaron Jones, T. Montgomery, J. Wilkins
WR-K. Allen, T. Hill, Josh Gordon, Fitzgerald, K. Benjamin, S. Watkins, Enunwa, Cobb, Meredith, D. Cain
TE-Burton, Ebron, Njoku
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby dynastyninja » Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:48 am

TheRookiePro wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:12 pm
Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.
I just ran the numbers. You're right, demand is higher when there is less supply. You're brilliant!
You're interpreting his statement completely wrong. That said, I disagree with him being worth more in smaller roster teams.
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RB: Bell, Lacy, Anderson, Ingram, Spiller, Miller
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby TheRookiePro » Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:23 pm

dynastyninja wrote:
Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:48 am
TheRookiePro wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:12 pm
Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.
I just ran the numbers. You're right, demand is higher when there is less supply. You're brilliant!
You're interpreting his statement completely wrong. That said, I disagree with him being worth more in smaller roster teams.
Lol no I didn't.
If you have a league where you start less WR, it's advantageous to have a WR 1/2. Since there the prized commodity of the league; demand is high and there are only so many WR 1/2 (supply).
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RB-Gurley, M. Gordon, Crowell, Tevin Coleman, Aaron Jones, T. Montgomery, J. Wilkins
WR-K. Allen, T. Hill, Josh Gordon, Fitzgerald, K. Benjamin, S. Watkins, Enunwa, Cobb, Meredith, D. Cain
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby dynastyninja » Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:27 am

TheRookiePro wrote:
Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:23 pm
dynastyninja wrote:
Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:48 am
TheRookiePro wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:12 pm

I just ran the numbers. You're right, demand is higher when there is less supply. You're brilliant!
You're interpreting his statement completely wrong. That said, I disagree with him being worth more in smaller roster teams.
Lol no I didn't.
If you have a league where you start less WR, it's advantageous to have a WR 1/2. Since there the prized commodity of the league; demand is high and there are only so many WR 1/2 (supply).
In a shallow league there is a higher supply of receivers, so less demand
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby TheRookiePro » Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:02 pm

Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
The more shallow the league, the more you NEED to have a bunch of upper echelon guys to compete.
dynastyninja wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:27 am
In a shallow league there is a higher supply of receivers, so less demand
We were referencing a need (demand) for "upper echelon" WR(low supply of them).
NOT receivers in general. :D
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QB-Luck, A. Smith, Chad Kelly
RB-Gurley, M. Gordon, Crowell, Tevin Coleman, Aaron Jones, T. Montgomery, J. Wilkins
WR-K. Allen, T. Hill, Josh Gordon, Fitzgerald, K. Benjamin, S. Watkins, Enunwa, Cobb, Meredith, D. Cain
TE-Burton, Ebron, Njoku
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Re: Josh gordon

Postby hjernazian » Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:08 am

Pet_Smith wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:33 am
Valhalla wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:38 pm
It's a 10 team but how many WRs per team start?
The more shallow the league, the more you NEED to have a bunch of upper echelon guys to compete. A late first will often bust and when they hit are often just depth players on your roster. Gordon (if he stays clean) is a pretty good bet to be upper-echelon in production. He becomes more valuable the more shallow the depth of the league is.
agree with this.
Piling on. He is worth a first round pick period outside of the top 4. I'm in a 10 man league and I offered the sink for him, but the owner didn't bite.
Team 1

Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB/WR/TE, K, DEF - 26 man roster

QB: C. Newton $20, D. Brees $9, P. Mahomes $5, B. Mayfield $2
RB: D. Johnson $54, D. Henry $14, T. Coleman $4, N. Chubb $4, Ty Montg $5, B. Powell $4
WR: A. Robinson $41, T.Y. Hilton $24, J. Landry $25, D. Thomas $25, C. Davis $4, R. Anderson $3, C. Godwin $2, M. Lee $3, K. Cole $2, C. Henderson $2
TE: E. Engram $4, K. Rudolph $3, D. Njoku $2

2019 Changes coming: SUPERFLEX, adding 2 roster spots, 1 mandatory rookie draft starter, no more K/DEF, HARD cap going from $200 to $220.

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Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB/WR/TE - 25 man roster + 4 TAXI

QB: T. Brady, M. Ryan, N. Foles
RB: K. Hunt, C. McCaffrey, D. Johnson, M. Breida, S. Ware, Ito Smith, D. Sproles, T. Rawls
WR: AJ Green, A. Thielen, N. Agholor, E. Sanders, DJ Moore, C. Kirk, C. Coleman, T. Pryor, T. Smith
TE: J. Reed, J. Butt, E. Dickson, M. Roberts, V. Davis
TAXI: S. Darnold, D. Fountain, D. Cain, Jaleel Scott

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Re: Josh gordon

Postby hjernazian » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:09 am

He is absolutely worth a late first, but depending on how much of a risk-taker you are in terms of your talent. If all it takes to land a potential WR1 for many years to come is a late first then you take it. But, he has the potential of relapsing (as most addicts do - see my post on him several months ago) so that is the only reason - whether we like it or not - that he isn't going for an early 1st.
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Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB/WR/TE, K, DEF - 26 man roster

QB: C. Newton $20, D. Brees $9, P. Mahomes $5, B. Mayfield $2
RB: D. Johnson $54, D. Henry $14, T. Coleman $4, N. Chubb $4, Ty Montg $5, B. Powell $4
WR: A. Robinson $41, T.Y. Hilton $24, J. Landry $25, D. Thomas $25, C. Davis $4, R. Anderson $3, C. Godwin $2, M. Lee $3, K. Cole $2, C. Henderson $2
TE: E. Engram $4, K. Rudolph $3, D. Njoku $2

2019 Changes coming: SUPERFLEX, adding 2 roster spots, 1 mandatory rookie draft starter, no more K/DEF, HARD cap going from $200 to $220.

Team 2

Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB/WR/TE - 25 man roster + 4 TAXI

QB: T. Brady, M. Ryan, N. Foles
RB: K. Hunt, C. McCaffrey, D. Johnson, M. Breida, S. Ware, Ito Smith, D. Sproles, T. Rawls
WR: AJ Green, A. Thielen, N. Agholor, E. Sanders, DJ Moore, C. Kirk, C. Coleman, T. Pryor, T. Smith
TE: J. Reed, J. Butt, E. Dickson, M. Roberts, V. Davis
TAXI: S. Darnold, D. Fountain, D. Cain, Jaleel Scott


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