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Demarco gonna have to share the load with Sproles more now though, he could take a hit stat wise. 

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Demarco gonna have to share the load with Sproles more now though, he could take a hit stat wise. 

 

I think you mean Ryan Mathews.

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yea I'd pickup Ryan Matthews, Demarco is due for another injury after all that he played last season. 

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Mathews isn't exactly the picture of health, either. Quite the opposite. In a reduced role there's obviously a greater chance of him staying healthy, however.

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Ur in loser denial, cowboys took a huge hit not bringing demarco back.

Yah man I'm real salty they didn't overpay an injury prone RB when I could average 3 YPC behind that line.

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Dallas does have a great o-line, but I want to see another RB dominate behind them before I deem them a plug and play type of system like the Broncos of the early 2000s. Murray is a stud, I think there will be a significant drop off

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I disagree, how do you expect to do better this year with a worse running game? at the least you need it to be equal to last season to have a shot, unless winning the Superb owl isn't your goal

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I don't know if many of you are amused by pftcommenter's antics, and to be honest I'm usually not, but this particular exchange is fantastic.

 

 

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Whoa, I guess I had better spoiler tag that bad boy.

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That dude got trolled hard. He just looks like the kind of guy that would get trolled easily. And clearly he is.

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He's one of those cringe sports writers who tweet w/ perfect grammar and punction while using phrases like 'spewing vitriol'. Easiest fucks to troll on the internet. Do you think joe flacco is elite? Rip

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Welp just finished 4 fantasy drafts today (2 of them were live onsight, was a blast) but my brain is completely fried. And I still have to research and put lineups together for DFS week 1. Fuck me.

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Welp just finished 4 fantasy drafts today (2 of them were live onsight, was a blast) but my brain is completely fried. And I still have to research and put lineups together for DFS week 1. Fuck me.

 

i feels ya

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I disagree, how do you expect to do better this year with a worse running game? at the least you need it to be equal to last season to have a shot, unless winning the Superb owl isn't your goal

The running game last year kept the defense off the field. Our passing game made the plays. If we can get 75% of last years production then we should be okay. Our defense should be better and our WRs have another year of playing together. I don't think we will be as lucky as last year though so I don't expect to have a better record.

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I don't even know what this means.

 

Edit: this is stupid because it categorizes rushes for over 10 yards as a big play but a pass for over 25 as a big play. So essentially if we are using bare minimums it's 25x26 =650 yards vs 61x10 = 610 yards. So a pass for 15 is considered less than a run for 10 in this chart.

 

A chart where the Jets offense is ranked 7 isn't one that I would want to use.

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