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Reached a little and got Carson in the mid-4th. Any Carson share owners prioritizing Penny as a handcuff, and if so at what point in the draft.

It seems risky at his ADP to go into handcuff mode but that but there is a big payoff if Carson gets hurt.
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jduprey wrote:Reached a little and got Carson in the mid-4th. Any Carson share owners prioritizing Penny as a handcuff, and if so at what point in the draft.

It seems risky at his ADP to go into handcuff mode but that but there is a big payoff if Carson gets hurt.


Carson's not a reach in the 4th, and I don't consider Penny a necessary handcuff.
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hard 10 wrote:
jduprey wrote:Reached a little and got Carson in the mid-4th. Any Carson share owners prioritizing Penny as a handcuff, and if so at what point in the draft.

It seems risky at his ADP to go into handcuff mode but that but there is a big payoff if Carson gets hurt.


Carson's not a reach in the 4th, and I don't consider Penny a necessary handcuff.


Given Carson's running style, I do. I still think Penny may have stand alone value with the amount of running SEA does but if Carson goes down, Penny has league winning value...especially since he may be sliding down the board with the recent Carson enamor and Penny bashing.
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und2006 wrote:When you two banter and it's good natured... it's actually kind of funny.


+1

D&D meets Cheers.

Well played both :lol: :lol: :lol:
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