SharkSwimmer

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  1. 2018 Biggest Busts

    Whatever excuse you want to use for Jordy and Demaryius, last year those fantasy managers who invested heavily in them were left holding the bag, not that I didn't warn them. If you go into 2018 and end up with a 2012 All-Star squad (McCoy, J. Nelson, D. Thomas, Marshawn, Brees, Gore) your team is not going to succeed, 4 year averages or no.
  2. 2018 Biggest Busts

    Four year averages can be pretty misleading when you have an aging player sinking like a stone. I bet Jordy Nelson's four year average (of seasons played) looked fantastic heading into 2017. We all know what happened next...
  3. Dak Prescott 2018 Outlook

    The nice thing about Dak is that he will be essentially free this year. Unless you are playing in a league full of Cowboy fans.
  4. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    So, since you didn't answer the question, I take it you did not find a viable candidate besides Arizona. Don't feel bad, I could not think of one worse, either.
  5. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Possibly the worst. Which line is going be worse than Arizona's?
  6. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Well Elliott had 322 carries and 32 receptions as a rookie in 2016. That's 350+. Since that was so easy, I didn't go further back. Your point?
  7. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    The Giants O-line should be much improved with the additions of Solder and Hernandez. And having passing game weapons helps a run game because the defense cannot sell out to stop it. O-line and passing game are areas of weakness for Arizona, though, I fear.
  8. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    I was responding to a question which I understood to be: "Under what scenario could McKinnon possibly end up as the RB10 or better." But I actually don't think McKinnon would need any injuries ahead of him to finish that high. That's how much faith I have in Shanahan's system. In my personal rankings, McKinnon is 8 spots higher than McCoy.
  9. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Rams and Steelers have vastly superior supporting casts. Cowboys have a great O-line but an extremely weak TE and WR group. That's still better than Arizona's supporting cast. What am I missing here? Johnson's excellent 2016 was with Bruce "One Back Only Please" Arians and an upright Carson Palmer. The situation in 2018 for Johnson is now completely different. We saw with Gurley in 2016 how a bad situation can drag down even the most prodigious talents.
  10. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    David Johnson's supporting cast: Possibly the league's worst O-line. QBs: Gimpy Bradford, unproven Rosen, proven to be bad Mike Glennon. TE group: Mediocre WR: Larry Fitz, hall of famer in his twilight years. Promising rookie, journeyman in Butler. RB: No competition. Barkley: Better in every way except no competition for carries, and in that case, they are equal.
  11. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Is this the Barkley v. Hunt thread? If so, I may have wandered into the wrong spot.
  12. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Should David Johnson be expelled from the top four since he missed almost all of last season and he might hold out well into the summer?
  13. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    It is all about system fit. Shanahan is essentially saying: "You Vikings had a diamond in the rough but did not know it. I am going to take your player and use him properly." Know who else does that quite a bit? His initials are B.B.
  14. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    The four (which four?) who get hurt. And Melvin Gordon and Dalvin Cook, regardless of health.
  15. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Not sure why we are assuming McKinnon will get hurt or be unable to handle a sizable work load. He's almost exactly the same size as Devonta Freeman.