7 Responses to “The DLF Dynasty Podcast”

  1. Joughy says:

    This is last weeks. What’s up?

  2. Ken Moody says:

    Sorry folks, my fault. Fixed!

  3. chris says:

    good debate this week. enjoyed the show alot

    IMO

    Gordon over Calvin its purely a age thing now, Calvin 28 will be 29 the start of the season and Gordon is 22. I can totally understand taking him Green and Dez above Calvin but that’s as far as he falls in my list this year. But Calvin’s value is going to decline yearly now.

    But i also agree to try and trade Gordon if you don’t trust himor his character. Also if you do look at your team like the stock market Gordon is a sell high. But Gordon could also be a stock like Walmart or McDonald’s and his value could stay in the top 5 for the length of his career.

    One thing I hate when people say Player A’s value will never get any higher or that Player A can only lose his value.
    Player A can MAINTAIN his value for 10 year. That’s a important detail so many people gloss over
    When specificity referencing Josh Gordon. Opposed to Calvin Johnson (who wont maintain top 5 value for 5 years). I could argue selling Megatron right now would be selling high considering his age and the fact that his injury’s are starting to take him out of games.

    • Jarrett Behar says:

      Thanks for listening Chris! Appreciate the comments.

      “One thing I hate when people say Player A’s value will never get any higher or that Player A can only lose his value.
      Player A can MAINTAIN his value for 10 year. That’s a important detail so many people gloss over”

      Couldn’t agree with this more.

  4. chris in chuck says:

    RE: The discussion of Josh Gordon

    I think what you guys are saying is that the expected beta for a player with Josh Gordon’s record is higher than it is with other Top 6 WRs. Therefore, as a risk management proposition Gordon may be an appropriate “sell high” assuming the value in return is close to the value currently attached to Gordon. However, if everybody makes the discount for Gordon’s services, there is no way to arbitrage the difference in perceptions. Given that Gordon is currently drafted so highly, risk averse owners should consider moving Gordon for equivalent value.

    Or, seen from the other side of the argument, owners who are willing to assume risks to win their respective leagues this year should consider adding Gordon if he is currently owned by a risk averse owner.

    The only thing lacking in the podcast argument was the risk taking side.

  5. Bob says:

    As much as I hate being a contrarian on the internet, why is there always banging around on Tim’s side. Either he’s eating, or cleaning the bedroom while on the phone. Or the maid is tidying up during the podcast. Also why does it seem like Jarret has put alot of work in the question prep but Tim doesnt seem to know the questions are coming and just offers an opinion any armchair QB could rather than noticeable prep work.

    I’m sure this is not your day jobs but it shouldn’t be apparent to the listener. Jarrett needs a new partner. Jarrett seems like he’s trying to engage in fact based discussions but gets …. “Your annointing the ASJ and Ebron and Amaro as top five TEs”. Ok, great analysis. Tell me what your tape review tells you about these TEs and why YOU dont think they should be.. Ebron shows himself to be beast mode potential, even prior to the combine.

    Marquise Lee? No, he’s no stud but god forbid we hear why Tim feels he will be based on games seen, what he saw in those games, what he saw at the combine….

    Rant over… A year plus stored up but needed to say it.

  6. Paul says:

    Tim is awesome. Keep on keeping on Tim!

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