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Forum Communication - PLEASE READ

Postby dlf_jeffh » Tue Mar 31, 2020 7:48 am

Good morning all DLF'ers

We are in unprecedented times. I'm sure you will all agree.

In times like this, we must band together as a people, support each other and lift each other up. Even in fantasy football, when you bring so many people together in one place, there will be differing opinions, sometimes even reaching extreme emotional levels of difference. It's all too easy to air out frustrations, call each other out or aim to insult through use of words when we disagree. It can be one of the drawbacks of running an online community.

We are fortunate to have members from all over the world. In addition to the U.S., I've personally interacted with individuals from Germany, U.K., Ireland, Sweden, Australia, Canada, South America, South Africa and many other countries I'm forgetting. We have all been impacted in one way or the other by the Coronavirus/COVID-19. The DLF community is a global one.

We are very pleased you call DLF home and can use our forums as a source of engagement with your fellow NFL fans. But please, please be respectful to each other and lift each other up. Disagree with opinion, engage in discussion(s), but always respect your fellow community member and check your words, tone and intention before hitting "Submit."

While these are good standard operating procedures for any time, it's especially the case NOW. So while things in our world become more stressful and very 'real', let this forum be a place of safety, engagement and fun for all who wish to contribute. Regardless of race, country, religion, color of skin, etc., let's be the change we wish to see, even if it's only on this fantasy forum.

I would encourage you all to respond to this post in some way pledging your commitment, lifting someone up or supporting this forum and the people in it. If you don't wish to, that's perfectly fine as well - your silent acknowledgement and support is just as good.

As always, we appreciate and respect each one of you and thank you for calling DLF home!

Wishing you and your family safety and health during these difficult times.

Thank you
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Re: Forum Communication - PLEASE READ

Postby Gator Sens » Tue Mar 31, 2020 7:18 pm

Everyone stay safe and healthy.

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Re: Forum Communication - PLEASE READ

Postby FantasyFreak » Tue Jun 16, 2020 4:03 pm

Just wanted to post this. Read this response, and found it refreshing, and wanted to share, because this is the type of response I believe the OP was talking about.
Paul Crewe wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 3:52 pm


I didn't say the gap between Dak and Wentz is huge. I just said one existed and challenged the rationale of denying that gap while highlighting another one between lesser QBs due to Superflex. That said, I completely agree with your assessment of Minshew vs. Brissett.

To quantify it, over the last two seasons, Dak has been nearly 2 points better per game on average than Wentz using our league's scoring settings (20.2 to 18.5). Not huge, but certainly significant. That's also 32 games for Dak vs. 27 for Wentz.

Through all four seasons of their careers, he's been roughly 1.0 point better on average. Not as significant, but again, no missed games for Dak vs. 8 for Wentz including the entirety of 2 fantasy playoffs. I'm not sure why that gets dismissed so easily. Maybe because Foles kept saving the day in his absence.

Outside of fantasy, I agree that Dak and Wentz are close to equal in terms of real-life talent. I might actually opt for Wentz in a QB vacuum devoid of surrounding personnel and injury history. If you were implying something similar and I misunderstand, I apologize. We obviously disagree in principle on values here, but I intend no disrespect.

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Re: Forum Communication - PLEASE READ

Postby dlf_jeffh » Tue Jun 16, 2020 7:04 pm

Indeed!!
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