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  1. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    He was also excellent as a pass-catcher. A lot of those 12-50's were buoyed by 5-30's through the air.
  2. Jameis Winston 2018 Outlook

    In games he was healthy last year he averaged 17.6 fantasy PPG. We saw what the upside of this offense is in weeks 1-3. He's a back-end QB1 with upside for more, especially with how dreadful the defense and running game are.
  3. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    Of course it's not a 100% guarantee. It's football, anything can happen. But if Rotoworld's forecast is that Ingram is "potentially a top 24 RB" then I think that's a weak forecast. RB is a minefield this year, and Ingram doesn't need to be anywhere near as efficient as last year to lap that projection.
  4. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    Saying someone is potentially a top 24 RB implies that it's an open question. I disagree that it is. Kerryon Johnson is potentially a top 24 RB. Matt Breida. Aaron Jones. Mark Ingram was the RB6 a year ago and I don't see any reason to believe Sean Payton doesn't want to immediately use him and Kamara the way he did last year. No one, not even Kamara, has been consistently good between the tackles this year, and there's no way Payton wants to run Kamara into the ground with 20 touches a game. (I own Kamara as well, so I'm not fading him...I think the whole New Orleans pie gets bigger bc of Ingram). I don't believe that he's "potentially a top 24RB." I say he IS a top 15 RB, and maybe top 10-12.
  5. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    "Potentially top 24 RB" seems ridiculous. He was the RB6 last year in .5 PPR. No, I don't expect the Saints to replicate one of the all-time great RB efficiency seasons again, but what about the 2018 RB landscape makes Rotoworld believe this guy isn't a locked-in RB2 at worst, and likely a bottom-end RB1? Can you name 15 RBs you'd definitively prefer over Ingram in this Saints offense? Can you name 12? I can't.
  6. Ryan Fitzpatrick 2018 Outlook

    It. Doesn't. Matter. No one is saying Jameis is going to go out there and replicate Fitz's Weeks 1-3. This is and has always been about what the Bucs were likely to do given that Fitz is a 36-year-old journeyman and Winston is still potentially the future of the entire franchise. Unless you somehow truly believed that Fitzpatrick was going to find some Rich Gannon-esque late-career MVP surge, it was always likely that Jameis would get the keys back. And in fantasy, that's enough to make him at least a borderline QB1.
  7. Kareem Hunt 2018 Outlook

    I don't own Hunt anywhere this year but if I did I'd be trying to sell before people might have realized how diminished his role is in this offense. Absolutely love the guy and his talent, but if they aren't using him in the passing game (and they REALLY aren't) it's a huge problem.
  8. Jameis Winston 2018 Outlook

    There is a difference between rooting for something and forecasting something. Personally I like Fitzpatrick a lot and think Winston is a scumbag. It would be a great story if Fitzpatrick held the job and took this team to the playoffs. But if I'm forecasting what is likely to happen? I think it's likely that TB turns back to Jameis, maybe as soon as Week 6 if they lose to Chicago. 400 yards is great for fantasy football. I don't think it's something that prevents the Bucs from making a switch. If they think Jameis is a better QB (he probably is) or that they need to figure out if he's their future (they do), it's likely that the plug will be pulled on Fitz sooner or later.
  9. Baker Mayfield 2018 Outlook

    I like the talent, I like the weapons, I like the schedule. Solid QB2 rest of season with upside for more. Excited to have grabbed him in my 2QB league.
  10. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Gordon and Gurley are on offenses that make 3TD games a reasonable outcome. DJ isn't.
  11. Rex Burkhead 2018 Outlook

    I can't tell if this dude is a drop because it's Michel's backfield or a hold because Michel might stink.
  12. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Josh Gordon's fantasy value will never get higher than the moment the trade to New England is official. If you can find a buyer, sell high.
  13. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    Coach Mike Vrabel said that "barring a setback" Marcus Mariota (elbow) should be "good to go" for Week 2 against the Texans. Vrabel said Mariota is "feeling good" and did everything at practice, though onlookers noted Mariota's passes didn't have the same "zip" as usual. Still, it would be a surprise if Mariota didn't play in the Titans' home opener against a division rival. Blaine Gabbert simply isn't an option.
  14. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    He outsnapped both of them on MNF and out-targeted Jones. They also don't have a TE and don't yet have a running game to speak of (plus the defense might be bad) so all three of them can eat. If Jones is the deep threat and Tate is the underneath guy, that leaves the entire middle of the field open for Golladay to eat. He's also the obvious redzone guy.
  15. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    No idea what to do with this guy. In a 1 QB he's an easy 'move-on' IMO, but in a 2 QB it's a dilemma. Is he worth giving another shot to or is it time to be proactive on guys like Darnold, Trubisky and Bortles? The schedule doesn't help.