Who signs Bell?

Poll ended at Fri 03.22.2019, 16:43

New York Jets
15
36%
Oakland Raiders
6
14%
Philadelphia Eagles
0
No votes
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2
5%
Baltimore Ravens
2
5%
Indianapolis Colts
6
14%
San Francisco 49ers
2
5%
Houston Texans
3
7%
Miami Dolphins
2
5%
Other
4
10%
 
Total votes : 42
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mstrbass2000 wrote:lev bell top 6 pick in ppr or bottom 6 ppr ???

Yeah if it's PPR he's after the top 6 RBs.

And being PPRs toss in a few WRs in there (Nuk, Julio, Thomas, and maybe Beckham).

And of course Mahomes will go in the 1st.



So really if you're drafting at the snake you're probably looking at Le'Veon along with Hill / Thielen / Evans / Adams / Schuster / Cook / Johnson / Mixon / Conner / Kelce.

Unless you're in a Jets homer league.
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That sounds right

If you’re in a dynasty now is probably the last chance to sell
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Extremely long but informative article on the Steelers offer, Jets deal and other top RB contracts
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One thing to consider when drafting Bell, in Miami Gace's teams were near the bottom of offensive plays per game. Opportunity is key.
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TheJayCutlers wrote:One thing to consider when drafting Bell, in Miami Gace's teams were near the bottom of offensive plays per game. Opportunity is key.



Wisdom is where u find it. Good point dancing wiener. :thumbright:

Cross thread example. School of thought that CLE's receivers and backs and TE are sooo good at getting seperation that the amount of times he'll need to get to a 3rd etc option on plays will be minimized making it easier for him to take another step fwd in developing as a QB.

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I'll be very happy getting Bell at the back end of Rd one drafts if he falls.
There's risk with him but there's risk in the top of the draft as well..the Giants have no passing game, teams stack the box and Barkley has a very unproductive yet high touch season.
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I like Gase but he's going to be conservative.

Loggains is not good.
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Anyone find it interesting that the one year without Tannehill the Dolphins offense generated the same amount of offensive plays per game as the Packers and Saints? Darnold’s progression in year 2 will be huge as will the addition of Bell, a clean Robbie Anderson, healthy Enunwa, addition of Crowder and anticipated jump from Herndon. I’m cautiously optimistic.
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Contract note that I found interesting -

Bell gets $25 million no matter what happens moving forward. But he has no guarantees beyond the $26 million he’ll make over the first two years, including no injury guarantees into 2021 or 2022. He also has essentially promised not to hold out for more by tying $3 million in each of the final two years of the deal to reporting to training camp on time
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It’s an interesting structure, itnif you think 3 mil will keep him from holding out you’re deluding yourself.
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It’s a bonus on top of his salary. Even he wouldn’t be foolish to think he could sit out and get $13.5m per year at age 30.

The bigger note is this is essentially a 2 year deal with team options in the last two.
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endzoneview wrote:It’s a bonus on top of his salary. Even he wouldn’t be foolish to think he could sit out and get $13.5m per year at age 30.

The bigger note is this is essentially a 2 year deal with team options in the last two.



I agree, i think he learned his lesson to be honest. He gave up a ton last year and it cost him this year . doubt he tries it again
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Some revealing insight on what went wrong in Pittsburgh and the opportunity ahead.
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endzoneview wrote:

Some revealing insight on what went wrong in Pittsburgh and the opportunity ahead.


Everyone hates Roethlisberger
Interesting
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hawkdogger wrote:
endzoneview wrote:

Some revealing insight on what went wrong in Pittsburgh and the opportunity ahead.


Everyone hates Roethlisberger
Interesting



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