The Darwin Thompson Theory

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Darwin is currently being drafted in the 17th round in redraft. Worth the shot there.
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(Props for the thread title change btw) :D
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As I said before, he's an end of the roster dart throw that might work out and might not, and the only reason he's even going in the 3rd round of dynasty drafts is because this talent pool is extremely shallow this season.
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OarChambo wrote:I think mediocre LB's are more of a mid-draft sorta thing in a start 2* LB leeg



Then why did you take Rashaan Evans in the 1st round last year? Over Darius Leonard? Tell us more, oh great and wise fantasy expert!
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Mid 3rd is a spot where you're generally just taking shots that offensive players. To a large extent IDP also. At least the money positions.
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SJSwarm wrote:
OarChambo wrote:I think mediocre LB's are more of a mid-draft sorta thing in a start 2* LB leeg



Then why did you take Rashaan Evans in the 1st round last year? Over Darius Leonard? Tell us more, oh great and wise fantasy expert!

Man, he's going to feel so dumb when you complete your 7-year rebuild.
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Darwin Thompson is a rainbow I won't be chasing...
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SJSwarm wrote:
OarChambo wrote:I think mediocre LB's are more of a mid-draft sorta thing in a start 2* LB leeg



Then why did you take Rashaan Evans in the 1st round last year? Over Darius Leonard? Tell us more, oh great and wise fantasy expert!

:lol:
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Elmagister wrote:
SJSwarm wrote:
OarChambo wrote:I think mediocre LB's are more of a mid-draft sorta thing in a start 2* LB leeg



Then why did you take Rashaan Evans in the 1st round last year? Over Darius Leonard? Tell us more, oh great and wise fantasy expert!

Man, he's going to feel so dumb when you complete your 7-year rebuild.


I know you are not the sharpest crayon in the box, but maybe you missed the part where they had a subsitute draft for me in what would have been year one of the rebuild and gave me Cordarrelle Patterson in the 1st (over Travis Kelce, among others) and a combo of terrible IDP's and a kicker with my next few picks.

And if you knew that guys who helped me win my 1st two titles like Victor Cruz, Rashard Mendenhall, Beanie Wells, and Michael Bush were going to fall off the face of the planet before it happened, then you must have psychic abilities that the rest of us do not have, and I bow to you as our supreme overlord and master.
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Only one person here is acting supreme. They just so happen to do so while making excuses for their team, which is in a7 year and counting dry run.

Have you dragged this into the subject of you fir long enough yet? Are you satiated? Can we get back to Darwin?
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I was in Phoenix this weekend at a gas station and I saw someone wearing a Beanie Wells jersey.

I wanted to shake his hand.
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Yeah, that part where I said maybe Darwin will kill it and maybe he won't, and that it wouldn't be the first time I was wrong about a RB, man that was so ego maniacal on my part. I really need to do some soul searching, thank you for being a guiding light as always Elm.
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Elmagister wrote:Darwin is currently being drafted in the 17th round in redraft. Worth the shot there.


yes

and for those that draft Damien Williams, why not back him up with Darwin at the end of drafts?
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endzoneview wrote:
Elmagister wrote:Darwin is currently being drafted in the 17th round in redraft. Worth the shot there.


yes

and for those that draft Damien Williams, why not back him up with Darwin at the end of drafts?


Depends on how deep your benches are. But in most redraft leagues I'd rather have that bench spot open to target the inevitable waiver wire break outs that happen every season.
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