7 Responses to “DLF’s Weekly Impact Events”

  1. Eric says:

    I bought Randle in a Crabtree trade (pre-Achilles) injury a month ago. Any active owner reads the player news, DLF, Rotoworld, etc. and I think the price on Randle has gone up considerably from what it was just one month ago.

    Especially in dynasty formats where Cruz and Nicks are wearing out their welcome with constant salary disputes and holdouts.

    Good luck getting a bargain deal out there at this time of the season.

  2. Marc says:

    How quickly Moreno has become an afterthought. Admittingly I sold several months ago to clear some caps space. But he looked good and consistent last year, he is playing for a new contract, and Ball is one rookie mistake from crippling Manning. Somethings to at least consider.

    • Kyle says:

      I agree – John Fox doesn’t trust or play rookie RBs.

      Cecil Lammey recently interviewed him about his RB situation and said that Ball has a ‘very long way to go.’

      Interestingly, Fox also said that he believes that Hillman can be a 3-down RB and LO AND BEHOLD, Hillman is getting the vast majority of 1st-team work at OTAs.

      Ball has a lot of climbing to do – I wouldn’t be surprised if he doesn’t even crack 500 yards rushing this year – he is going to disappoint.

      Hillman/Moreno are the smart plays here.

      • Drew Stevens says:

        ball is the most talented, and moreno is dinged up. just look at the reports of OTA’s. ball was working extra with manning, dude was a great blizt pick up rb and will be fine from that aspect. hillman is a 3rd down back, not a 3 down back, you must of misquoted fox. this is one rb with plenty of college gametime ready to assume the role of the goaline and primary rb. draft him first out of the three or your making a mistake.rb2 with rb 1 upside.

      • smcguiga says:

        Kyle give it up Hillman is not going to be the guy…let it go you will fell much better I promise…..Ball will be bell cow here…only way that changes is if he gets hurt

  3. Drew Stevens says:

    “I have taken Montee after practice each day and just kind of going through plays, going through games, getting him comfortable hearing audibles at the line of scrimmage,” Manning told reporters in Denver. “We are going to count on him in a big way this year. He’s a rookie, but Coach (John) Fox is not going to bring him along slowly. We are going to put him in there and make him a contributor this year. So, the more repetitions we can get out here talking football, talking scenarios, I think the more comfortable he’ll be once the regular season gets here.”

    smart money is on ball, the bigger, more well rounded back who has done nothing but produce. quote from manning in latest cecil article.

    • Kyle says:

      That’s old news. Lammey was on podcast 2 days ago saying John Fox said Hillman can be a 3-down RB and that he has looked most impressive.


      Look it up. Ball is going to be crap this first year – you heard it here first. I just don’t want to hear the butthurt in November, “b..b…but we thought Ball was going to be a STUD.”

      Go look up his metrics – he is not any more talented than Moreno and can’t hold a jock to Hillman’s speed and agility. Plus, he can’t catch the ball for crap. Gee, I wonder who Peyton’s going to prefer.

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