6 Responses to “DLF’s Weekly Impact Events”

  1. scrounge says:

    My league hasn’t had our draft yet. I’m curious to know if you see Bell’s value drop much after his injury. I had him ranked ahead of Montee Ball pre-injury and behind Ball post-injury. In other words, I dropped him one spot in my positional ranks (from 2 to 3). Thoughts?

    • SJ says:

      Honestly, Ball should have been above L.Bell all along, but I agree that that is a certainty now.

      Really if your investing in Bell as a rookie top pick, your investing in a runner whos already has a significant, (catastrophic even for a RB) injury and hasnt even played a down yet. That’s formula for long-term uncertainty for a guy you invest so highly in.

      I loved Bell pre-injuy, above all rookies. But now, his future is very much capped, and even questionable beyond a few years out. There arent any good track records when it comes to RB’s and Lisfranc injuries.

    • Furnace says:

      Bell was a borderline first round RB talent and has only pushed into the first round because of the perceived value of his situation in PIT. After the NFL draft I had ranked at 11. I probably wouldn’t touch him before 15 now.

      • SJ says:

        Wow, now I would put Bell that far down, that would place him behind some guys like Lattimore, Stacy, Wheaton, Woods, Bailey, Ertz and the like.

        He’s still top 10, just not top 1 or top 5 really, anymore.

  2. Kyle says:

    I have Bell in a redraft league and I’m wondering if he is worth keeping on my short bench or if he should just be dropped for a Bryce Brown, Joique Bell, Vick Ballard, Isaiah Pead, Roy Helu, Christine Michael type. He’s backing up J Charles, Mojo, D-Rich where we start 2 RBs and one flex spot. I’m thinking he’s this year’s Mikel Leshoure.

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