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  • fantasyfootballmetrics - Fantasy Football Metrics @fantasyfootballmetrics 3 minutes ago
  • REWIND – A Look Back At Our Top 25 Most Undervalued Fantasy Assets 2018 Preseason (#25-26 Julian Edelman/suspended and Quincy Enunwa) ‍

For the next two weeks, I am going to show and discuss two players per day from last year’s FFM Draft Guide report on ‘The Most Undervalued Players’ (for the then upcoming 2018 season). We’re looking back at the information from last year’s draft guide to see how it worked out and what we can learn for this season (if anything). In general, if you were with us last year, it should’ve been a pretty good run. 2018 was the best in-season records and highest seasonal points scored in the near decade of draft guides and strategy reports in the summer/preseasons for subscribers. A lot of it due to the players we offered as undervalued because we not only talked about it – but we put a redraft/best ball (and dynasty) strategy built around grabbing these guys before others were even thinking about it. Some of you were mocked for who you took and when you took them – and then you started setting scoring records and shut them up (well, they never shut up…let that be a lesson to never worry about what the mainstream people are doing – we ‘play’ them like fiddles why they mock our moves, but who’s always one-step ahead in drafts, waivers, and trades?). I’m going to republish two players per day starting with #27-28 on the list and go for 14 days to the end of June 2019. We’ll see if the concepts were smart or dumb…and what the lesson might be a year later. Our undervalued report is looking for lower cost, great ROI opportunities – not all will pan out but enough of them will…and some of them were ‘liked’ players by many but we considered undervalued because we projected them cornerstone players trading as ‘might be good’ for the masses in summer 2018.

It’s a review and learning series and also a pitch to show what info/intel you new folks to FFM in 2019 missed last season. We do it differently here…it will likely freak you out at first, make you say, “No one else is saying that…
Full article via link above..
Photo credit The Buffalo News
#fantasyfootball #fantasyfootballmetrics #rcfischer #patriots #patriotsfootball #patriotsnations REWIND – A Look Back At Our Top 25 Most Undervalued Fantasy Assets 2018 Preseason (#25-26 Julian Edelman/suspended and Quincy Enunwa) ‍ For the next two weeks, I am going to show and discuss two players per day from last year’s FFM Draft Guide report on ‘The Most Undervalued Players’ (for the then upcoming 2018 season). We’re looking back at the information from last year’s draft guide to see how it worked out and what we can learn for this season (if anything). In general, if you were with us last year, it should’ve been a pretty good run. 2018 was the best in-season records and highest seasonal points scored in the near decade of draft guides and strategy reports in the summer/preseasons for subscribers. A lot of it due to the players we offered as undervalued because we not only talked about it – but we put a redraft/best ball (and dynasty) strategy built around grabbing these guys before others were even thinking about it. Some of you were mocked for who you took and when you took them – and then you started setting scoring records and shut them up (well, they never shut up…let that be a lesson to never worry about what the mainstream people are doing – we ‘play’ them like fiddles why they mock our moves, but who’s always one-step ahead in drafts, waivers, and trades?). I’m going to republish two players per day starting with #27-28 on the list and go for 14 days to the end of June 2019. We’ll see if the concepts were smart or dumb…and what the lesson might be a year later. Our undervalued report is looking for lower cost, great ROI opportunities – not all will pan out but enough of them will…and some of them were ‘liked’ players by many but we considered undervalued because we projected them cornerstone players trading as ‘might be good’ for the masses in summer 2018. It’s a review and learning series and also a pitch to show what info/intel you new folks to FFM in 2019 missed last season. We do it differently here…it will likely freak you out at first, make you say, “No one else is saying that… Full article via link above.. Photo credit The Buffalo News #fantasyfootball #fantasyfootballmetrics #rcfischer #patriots #patriotsfootball #patriotsnations
  • REWIND – A Look Back At Our Top 25 Most Undervalued Fantasy Assets 2018 Preseason (#25-26 Julian Edelman/suspended and Quincy Enunwa) ‍ For the next two weeks, I am going to show and discuss two players per day from last year’s FFM Draft Guide report on ‘The Most Undervalued Players’ (for the then upcoming 2018 season). We’re looking back at the information from last year’s draft guide to see how it worked out and what we can learn for this season (if anything). In general, if you were with us last year, it should’ve been a pretty good run. 2018 was the best in-season records and highest seasonal points scored in the near decade of draft guides and strategy reports in the summer/preseasons for subscribers. A lot of it due to the players we offered as undervalued because we not only talked about it – but we put a redraft/best ball (and dynasty) strategy built around grabbing these guys before others were even thinking about it. Some of you were mocked for who you took and when you took them – and then you started setting scoring records and shut them up (well, they never shut up…let that be a lesson to never worry about what the mainstream people are doing – we ‘play’ them like fiddles why they mock our moves, but who’s always one-step ahead in drafts, waivers, and trades?). I’m going to republish two players per day starting with #27-28 on the list and go for 14 days to the end of June 2019. We’ll see if the concepts were smart or dumb…and what the lesson might be a year later. Our undervalued report is looking for lower cost, great ROI opportunities – not all will pan out but enough of them will…and some of them were ‘liked’ players by many but we considered undervalued because we projected them cornerstone players trading as ‘might be good’ for the masses in summer 2018. It’s a review and learning series and also a pitch to show what info/intel you new folks to FFM in 2019 missed last season. We do it differently here…it will likely freak you out at first, make you say, “No one else is saying that… Full article via link above.. Photo credit The Buffalo News #fantasyfootball #fantasyfootballmetrics #rcfischer #patriots #patriotsfootball #patriotsnations
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  • titans.realm - Tennessee Titans Fanpage @titans.realm 39 minutes ago
  • Throughout his career with the #Titans, Smith has reeled in 38 receptions for 415 yards and 5 touchdowns. He got hot toward the end of his 2018 campaign, but his season was cut short due to injury. So, why would the Titans want to give up on a young player who has shown potential, and is only going into his third year? Well, currently the Titans tight end room is somewhat crowded with names like Mycole Pruitt and Anthony Firkser battling for roster spots. The 2019 version of the Titans looks to be much more competitive than it has been in the past. Not only that, but Smith likely has some value in the trade market, while Pruitt and Firkser may not. Smith could win the starting job in New England with the only competition being unknowns like Matt LaCosse, Stephen Anderson, and Ryan Izzo. With the relationship Robinson has with the #Patriots organization, a fair trade could be agreed upon, most likely for a few late-round draft picks. ~ ( Via. TitansWire.com ) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
What are you thoughts on this trade? Should the Titans make it happen? ⚔️ #TitanUp Throughout his career with the #titans, Smith has reeled in 38 receptions for 415 yards and 5 touchdowns. He got hot toward the end of his 2018 campaign, but his season was cut short due to injury. So, why would the Titans want to give up on a young player who has shown potential, and is only going into his third year? Well, currently the Titans tight end room is somewhat crowded with names like Mycole Pruitt and Anthony Firkser battling for roster spots. The 2019 version of the Titans looks to be much more competitive than it has been in the past. Not only that, but Smith likely has some value in the trade market, while Pruitt and Firkser may not. Smith could win the starting job in New England with the only competition being unknowns like Matt LaCosse, Stephen Anderson, and Ryan Izzo. With the relationship Robinson has with the #patriots organization, a fair trade could be agreed upon, most likely for a few late-round draft picks. ~ ( Via. TitansWire.com ) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• What are you thoughts on this trade? Should the Titans make it happen? ⚔️ #titanup
  • Throughout his career with the #titans, Smith has reeled in 38 receptions for 415 yards and 5 touchdowns. He got hot toward the end of his 2018 campaign, but his season was cut short due to injury. So, why would the Titans want to give up on a young player who has shown potential, and is only going into his third year? Well, currently the Titans tight end room is somewhat crowded with names like Mycole Pruitt and Anthony Firkser battling for roster spots. The 2019 version of the Titans looks to be much more competitive than it has been in the past. Not only that, but Smith likely has some value in the trade market, while Pruitt and Firkser may not. Smith could win the starting job in New England with the only competition being unknowns like Matt LaCosse, Stephen Anderson, and Ryan Izzo. With the relationship Robinson has with the #patriots organization, a fair trade could be agreed upon, most likely for a few late-round draft picks. ~ ( Via. TitansWire.com ) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• What are you thoughts on this trade? Should the Titans make it happen? ⚔️ #titanup
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  • qbdamassa - QB da Massa @qbdamassa 1 hour ago
  • Hoje @joshmccown12 declarou sua aposentadoria. Então vamos lembrar um dos momentos mais marcantes do QB: quando ele jogou de SLOT RECEIVER contra os Patriots em Dezembro de 2006. Isso mesmo! Feitiço contra o feiticeiro (Bill Belichick).
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Via @nflthrowback Hoje @joshmccown12 declarou sua aposentadoria. Então vamos lembrar um dos momentos mais marcantes do QB: quando ele jogou de SLOT RECEIVER contra os Patriots em Dezembro de 2006. Isso mesmo! Feitiço contra o feiticeiro (Bill Belichick). . . . Via @nflthrowback
  • Hoje @joshmccown12 declarou sua aposentadoria. Então vamos lembrar um dos momentos mais marcantes do QB: quando ele jogou de SLOT RECEIVER contra os Patriots em Dezembro de 2006. Isso mesmo! Feitiço contra o feiticeiro (Bill Belichick). . . . Via @nflthrowback
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  • tarabassano - Tara Bassano @tarabassano 20 hours ago
  • As a member of the #DaughtersofTheAmericanRevolution, after many months of meticulously combing through seven generations of my #ancestry, it has been confirmed that I am a lineal descendant of William Franklin Edwards (whose wife, Rebecca Ann Brewer, directly descended from the Bassano, Galliardello and Lanier families of Venice, Italy). Born in North Carolina, William was a proud #veteran of the #American #Revolution, voluntarily serving four different tours of duty. (To be sure, the average tour for a #militiaman was only three months. My ancestor served far longer than this.)
My #lineage is rare, in that I’ve actually descended from numerous #RevolutionaryWar #patriots; my entry into the society is via William Franklin Edwards, himself a lineal descendant of King Edward I “Longshanks.”
It is through this lengthy research process that my Bassano descendancy is affirmed. 
In addition to attending the #DAR meetings and getting to know fabulously #patriotic ladies, I’ve met wonderful family members along this journey of discovery, which is priceless. 
Being confirmed in the DAR is not easy, but it’s worth it! 🇺🇸
#NSDAR #Americanhistory #history #America #USA #US #1776 #patriots As a member of the #daughtersoftheamericanrevolution, after many months of meticulously combing through seven generations of my #ancestry, it has been confirmed that I am a lineal descendant of William Franklin Edwards (whose wife, Rebecca Ann Brewer, directly descended from the Bassano, Galliardello and Lanier families of Venice, Italy). Born in North Carolina, William was a proud #veteran of the #american #revolution, voluntarily serving four different tours of duty. (To be sure, the average tour for a #militiaman was only three months. My ancestor served far longer than this.) My #lineage is rare, in that I’ve actually descended from numerous #revolutionarywar #patriots; my entry into the society is via William Franklin Edwards, himself a lineal descendant of King Edward I “Longshanks.” It is through this lengthy research process that my Bassano descendancy is affirmed. In addition to attending the #dar meetings and getting to know fabulously #patriotic ladies, I’ve met wonderful family members along this journey of discovery, which is priceless. Being confirmed in the DAR is not easy, but it’s worth it! 🇺🇸 #nsdar #americanhistory #history #america #usa #us #1776 #patriots
  • As a member of the #daughtersoftheamericanrevolution, after many months of meticulously combing through seven generations of my #ancestry, it has been confirmed that I am a lineal descendant of William Franklin Edwards (whose wife, Rebecca Ann Brewer, directly descended from the Bassano, Galliardello and Lanier families of Venice, Italy). Born in North Carolina, William was a proud #veteran of the #american #revolution, voluntarily serving four different tours of duty. (To be sure, the average tour for a #militiaman was only three months. My ancestor served far longer than this.) My #lineage is rare, in that I’ve actually descended from numerous #revolutionarywar #patriots; my entry into the society is via William Franklin Edwards, himself a lineal descendant of King Edward I “Longshanks.” It is through this lengthy research process that my Bassano descendancy is affirmed. In addition to attending the #dar meetings and getting to know fabulously #patriotic ladies, I’ve met wonderful family members along this journey of discovery, which is priceless. Being confirmed in the DAR is not easy, but it’s worth it! 🇺🇸 #nsdar #americanhistory #history #america #usa #us #1776 #patriots
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