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Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: freeride
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7/11/2014 5:08:32 PM   Best areas at Heavenly are on the Nevada side. Stagecoach run is plently long enough that you'll probably need to take a few breaks on the way down.   The upper part of the California side is okay if it's not windy, but still not as good as the Nevada side IMO. The Cal side trails aren't particularly long, unless you're going to go all the way to the bottom (the beg/int trail to the bottom is kinda sucky - skinny and windy also usually crowded).   BTW, most of the park stuff is on the California side, so it depends on what you're looking for. Enjoy!!   P.S. If you're going to be there for more than a weekend, I'd recommend trying at least one other resort. From South Lake, Sierra or Kirkwood would be easiest because you can catch a bus from town.
12/21/2013 12:16:13 AM Ya, I got Jamal Charles'd. Sucks to climb my way up to first place and then get blown out in the playoffs. But that's FF. Good luck in the championship game. Anything can happen. This is by far my deepest, most challenging league and I enjoy it. It keeps me on my toes. I'm in two other championship games so hopefully I can win those. When do we draft for next year?
11/18/2013 4:55:51 PM I agree with sideways99... In a PPR league, I'd lean toward Dobson. Non-PPR, I'd go with Ridley.
11/17/2013 6:46:40 PM Didn't see this until now, but those aren't two very good options. I would've gone with Sproles, but that's not looking good right now.
10/24/2013 5:57:10 PM Anyone know why this thread doesn't update and move to the begining of the forum list any more? In the forum listing, it still shows the latest post from 10/5 when there's been plenty of posts since then. Anyone else having this problem?
10/21/2013 4:49:37 PM Bueller? I'm surprised how quite this thread has been. I tought there'd be more chatter with the keeper format. Anyhoo... This is the only league I won in this week, so there's that. Anyone want to trade me a QB better than Wilson?
10/5/2013 11:57:01 PM I'd start Wilson. That game should be a shootout. The Jets will most likely be behind and need to throw more to catch/keep up.
10/5/2013 11:56:03 PM I'd play Wilson. That game should be a shoot out. The Jets will most likely be behind and trying to throw to catch/keep up.
9/10/2013 5:02:03 PM That only really works for the first week as it takes your overall record to set waiver priority that week. So if you were in first place after a few weeks into the season, your waiver priority won't change very much from one loss.   I agree the weekly adjustment is more fair, giving the "worse" teams higher waiver priority. But it would have been nice if it could be set (just for the first week) to the reverse of the draft order to eliminate any shenanigans, like purposely losing week 1 to get a higher waiver position.   That being said, I don't really mind the rolling option where it's initally set to the reverse of the draft order and teams move to the bottom of the list only when they make a waiver claim. That gives some advantage to those teams that don't make as many waiver claims so they have priority when the need it.
9/9/2013 5:00:35 PM I need the RBs in tonights game to perform well... unlike most of the RBs yesterday. Only one RB with 100+ rushing yards? At least a few of them had big receiving days. I'm not sure if this week backs up the theory about RBs being the most valuable position for fantasy.
9/6/2013 5:01:13 PM I hear you man....I have him in my main money league too......farking shiet.....and he dropped a TD pass.....I was yelling at that point..... I just hope Peyton gives him more looks starting next week.....haha Or else, I might have to start DeSean Jackson over Decker.[/QUOTE] Fortunately for me, in the league I have Decker, he's on the bench this week. But, I sure hope Manning doesn't loose confidence in him. He did not look good at all last night. I was listening on the radio when he dropped a pass and Collisworth was saying he'd better get his act together and focus on football instead of his TV show.   Congratz, but that's exactly why I didn't get Manning in any of my leagues this year. I had him in a bunch of leagues last year because of the value, but he was going way too high for me this season. Of course if he throws 7 TDs a game all year...
9/3/2013 4:50:10 PM Do we have a IR/PUP spot in our league?
8/30/2013 5:09:08 PM As the season goes on, there will be someone on the waiver wire worth picking up.. just a matter of getting to them first.
8/29/2013 4:59:36 PM I plan on being there. It all depends on me getting off of work early since I can't access the fantasy sites at work
8/6/2013 3:20:41 PM Still in and I replied to the e-mail.   I like to think of keeper values based on where you would normally draft that player. Like you probably wouldn't get Graham back in the third round, so I'd keep him. I'd think you wouldn't be able to get back Cruz in the 9th or Wilson in the 12th either and they seem like the best values. Up to you if you're happy with those three as a core.   Now you don't have any RBs, but with your first two picks, I'd think you could get better RBs than Bush and Wilson. If not, that's something to consider based on what other RBs will be available on your draft day.


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