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04-15-2024 , 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by feel wrath
he owns the greatest nickname in all of sports, which must be worth something
by owns do you really mean subleased from kd?
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04-15-2024 , 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by REDeYeS00
by owns do you really mean subleased from a kd burner account?
fyp

I actually don't follow the NBA much, so maybe that's not funny.
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04-15-2024 , 07:57 PM
I wonder if JuJu is getting a funny nickname now that he showed of his privates on social media?
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04-15-2024 , 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by feel wrath
Interesting comparison with Tee Higgins. I'd choose Smith ahead of Higgins, but they're the same age and Tee is two years closer to 'real' free agency which you would think increases leverage. Guessing Tee sees this as his floor now
CIN won't be offering Tee this contract (or similar)

he'll play on the tag this season and then be on his way
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04-15-2024 , 08:01 PM
ignore mock drafts, look at what the betting market says, that info leaks and people bet on it shaping the lines
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04-15-2024 , 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by REDeYeS00
by owns do you really mean subleased from kd?
basketball's not a real sport though
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04-15-2024 , 08:33 PM
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Originally Posted by rickroll
ignore mock drafts, look at what the betting market says, that info leaks and people bet on it shaping the lines
They say exactly the same thing right now.
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04-15-2024 , 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by feel wrath
Devonta Smith extends with Iggles 3/75-52

highest paid #2 receiver in the League by quite some way and prolly a little more than I'd have thought, albeit with 2 years left on his existing deal, it becomes a lot more affordable over 5 years.

Interesting comparison with Tee Higgins. I'd choose Smith ahead of Higgins, but they're the same age and Tee is two years closer to 'real' free agency which you would think increases leverage. Guessing Tee sees this as his floor now
should also have included Brandon Aiyuk in this. His situation somewhere in between the other two - same draft year as Higgins but is a 1st rd pick so SF has 5YO. So he's officially closer to FA than Smith was but further away than Higgins is. Albeit I'm not sure 9ers would have the space to franchise Aiyuk next year so perhaps they're the same.

I prolly have Aiyuk ahead of Smith ahead of Higgins but I think they're all very close. Will be interested to see a) if either of the non signed two get traded and b) what their deals look like if they do and certainly next offseason if they're FAs

Both 9ers and Bengals are in the same situation given they will both think their SB window is open which would argue against them trading them. I reckon Aiyuk is more likely to be extended...and I would if I were 9ers
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04-15-2024 , 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by SuperSwag
If the Pats draft well are the jets the worst team in the division?
The jets are more likely to win the division than come in last. The only way they come in last is an early season Godgers injury or Godgers goes #VPmvp.
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Yesterday , 12:06 AM
No idea why but Draftkings has a line for Eagles -1.5 vs. Packers in Brazil in week 1 of the regular season. O/U of 50.
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Yesterday , 12:40 AM
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Originally Posted by bahbahmickey
The jets are more likely to win the division than come in last. The only way they come in last is an early season Godgers injury or Godgers goes #VPmvp.
Mickey....Packers v Jets (w AR playing) Super Bowl...who are you rooting for?
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Yesterday , 03:45 AM
I like the Smith deal, getting it done ahead of Aiyuk, Higgins, Jefferson, CeeDee, Chase etc. is smart. He's obviously not near some of those guys but they'll start propping up the whole market. It's $2m/year more than what Ridley got
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Yesterday , 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by madlex
No idea why but Draftkings has a line for Eagles -1.5 vs. Packers in Brazil in week 1 of the regular season. O/U of 50.
They wanna invest all the early wagered money in low risk mutual funds. Thatís why.
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Yesterday , 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by madlex
No idea why but Draftkings has a line for Eagles -1.5 vs. Packers in Brazil in week 1 of the regular season. O/U of 50.
Of course they do. Once the schedule is released they'll have week 1 lines up for every game within hours.

Last edited by GusJohnsonGOAT; Yesterday at 10:44 AM. Reason: Packers seems like the play there
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Yesterday , 11:51 PM
Im gonna guess 4 primetime games for Detroit. Two sunday nights.
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Today , 12:07 AM
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Originally Posted by bazooka87
I like the Smith deal, getting it done ahead of Aiyuk, Higgins, Jefferson, CeeDee, Chase etc. is smart. He's obviously not near some of those guys but they'll start propping up the whole market. It's $2m/year more than what Ridley got
I keep forgetting about Waddle but he's in this territory too. He basically has the exact same stats as Smith in the exact same situation....very good 1st rd WR from Alabama going into his 4th season as a very good #2 receiver on a playoff team (getting thrown to by an Alabama QB who also threw to him in college)

it'll be interesting to see if Miami pays him. They can get out of the Reek deal at the end of 2024 if they want to
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Today , 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by roymunson888
Im gonna guess 4 primetime games for Detroit. Two sunday nights.
let's hope for 0 games with a miked up Mr and Mrs Hutchison

(unless he's ****ing her in which case I'm happy to have her on one of my screens)
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Today , 09:10 AM
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Originally Posted by roymunson888
Im gonna guess 4 primetime games for Detroit.
They already had 4 last season, so it's certainly not going to be less than that?

Since their TG technically doesn't count as prime time I'd guess 5+TG is the most likely scenario?
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