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Inside the Dynasty War Room: DLF Reacts to Day One of the NFL Draft

We bring you our knee-jerk reactions to the start of the NFL Draft.

We bring you our knee-jerk reactions to the start of the NFL Draft.

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Inside the Dynasty War Room: DLF Reacts to Day One of the NFL Draft
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Justin Mazzella
17 days ago

As an owner of AJB, Rondale, Amon Ra, Terry, and Javonte I’m just really not sure how to feel given the last week of football happenings….

Reply to  Justin Mazzella
17 days ago

Justified with Rondale and Javonte, at least for another year until Gordon is gone. As for the others, an incoming rookie, or a trade in Brown’s case, probably doesn’t impact the value much. I could make an argument that Amon Ra and Terry actually rise now with another good target in the offense to. McLaurin needed another capable receiver to open up space.

Justin Mazzella
Reply to  Jeff Haverlack
17 days ago

I have the 1.01 so Breece is still a question mark. I have DJM and they look like they’re rolling with Darnold. I have Fields and no clue what to expect. My one win was my Kyler getting Marquise, but also not good for Rondale.

Maybe next year. Wondering now if I should sell Chubb and really try to tackle the title next year.

Keith Bowers
Reply to  Jeff Haverlack
16 days ago

I would set an appointment with a therapist, that is rough

Mike Wendland
17 days ago

So, with KC passing on pass-catchers with both of their first-rounders, are there any WRs left on the board whose selection could put a damper on Juju’s value?

Reply to  Mike Wendland
17 days ago

I’m not sure any rookie would have put a damper on Juju’s value. There are still capable receivers on the board, especially Christian Watson who is more raw but with great athletic ability. For Juju, he’s locked in probably as the WR1 while Hardman and MVS work as deep threats and receivers in space. Kelce will still be favored IMO but Juju is going to post well as long as he stays healthy.

Steve Volk
13 days ago

AJ Brown was the 83rd most targeted red zone receiver in the NFL last year, with just 10 targets for four completions and two scores. He was 40th most targeted in the red zone in 2020 and 90th in 2019. It really has never been the center of his game, though he was very efficient with it in 2019. Regardless, I think it’s likely Brown just opens things up for Dallas, all over the field, and the rising tide lifts all boats.

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