The DLF team reveal which players they were wrong about in 2019. What lessons can be learned?
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great article and great takes! We have all been there. If you aint swinging you aint trying!
I especially appreciated the folks who are doubling down on their takes. for ex. Corey Davis. I am holding on too. Price is low why not. Although I think his best case scenario (assuming offense stays same) is a new home after next season when he is a FA (I assume Ten will not pick up his option).
In terms of Mixon, I think there is still hope. He is very talented, runs hard, can do it all. He finished the second half of the year strong. Assuming they get Burrow, I could see a nice season for him. Im talking top 5/top8. Of course it would help if he received targets. He is more than capable.
Selling low, unless you can find a true believer, doesn’t strike me as a great idea, so I’m with you on guys like Corey Davis. Even if only one in ten develops, what you’d get in trade (if you can even make one) isn’t worth giving up on them. What I think is harder is selling high on players with another year or two of productivity. I’m especially thinking of mid-20s running backs and early 30s wide receivers.
I would have liked more analysis on why you missed, not just a list of mea culpas. I missed on Evan Engram, Mark Andrews, and Mike Gesicki and learned that I needed to give young TEs more time to develop.
Dante Pettis….oh boy did he screw me in a few leagues. Always be careful buying into coaches talking up players in the offseason
Agreed. Shocked his name didn’t pop up, but they’re smarter than we are, I guess haha