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  1. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    I only saw Williams in on that one series in the second quarter... maybe there was another. But I think McCarthy has finally come to his senses and seen what everyone else has for a while now. Lord knows I’ve been hating on McCarthy and am loathe to credit him in any way, but I’m encouraged by his usage of Jones these last two games though especially today also keep in mind similar things would happen during Lacy’s two productive seasons here with James Starks being alternated in and a drive killer. But as the weather got colder and the season went on, Starks began to fade toward oblivion. Hopefully this is the start of Jones’ ascent and Williams’ trip to obscurity
  2. Tyler Boyd 2018 Outlook

    He had 4 targets. Count them. 4. He caught 3-65. Inept coaching, game plan, and performance. Especially by Dalton and of course the defense
  3. Jones averaging 20 yards a carry but leave him on the bench
  4. Williams in and nothing. McCarthy can’t help himself. Williams should only ever come in when jones needs a breath. That’s ******** it
  5. Chiefs vs Cardinals Game Thread

    Did Tyreek just have a punt TD called back??
  6. Mike Davis 2018 Outlook

    Yeah I think if Carson sits he is the play over people like Aaron Jones. He should get 20 touches without a problem and is getting third down work and receptions. Hard to sit that.
  7. Calvin Ridley 2018 Outlook

    Solid game and not a single response. Sort of odd. I like him as Flex start this week at CLE who at the moment completely forgot how to play defense. Admittedly, Ridley’s in a Better position for dynasty and keeper leagues than re-drafts (what with Sanu’s age, declining skills, injuries; and Julio’s wear and tear as well). But he should still be able to produce when the matchup is right. And this week seems to fit the bill
  8. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    I agree with this. No doubting Chubb’s talent but even though the playbook won’t change overnight, the philosophy might with someone new calling the plays. Against a team that could very well be up 21 points after the first quarter, there is a serious question to be asked this week of Chubb’s useage and production. I’m not convinced he is a better start than say an Aaron Jones. Taking the wait and see approach this week might be the smartest move, that is, if your roster allows for it
  9. O.J. Howard 2018 Outlook

    Unless you have a very deep bench, or absolutely no other viable options (at any position) on waivers, this seems like an incredible waste. In my opinion, Brate was a product of Jameis not individual talent. Whereas Howard has the pedrigree and the talent on the NFL field is beginning to show. Loving that first week of the playoffs matchup too..
  10. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    Absolutely. His arrow is pointing up. Last time hey played he put up 15 in .5ppr. Don’t see why that’s not attainable this week. Should be a favorable game script, and with the Drake being used so effectively in the passing game he has a solid floor now.
  11. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    Look at the running backs NE have faced. Hunt, the best (if only respectable one), averaged 8 yards a carry. full confidence this week
  12. Edelman’s anatomical features needed to absorb some of Hogan’s. Hogan’s eyes always look like he just snorted a line, while Edelman’s always stitched shut.
  13. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    MCCarthy was rotating series in the first half but it was mostly Jones (in on consecutive series— what a thought, huh!?!?) in the second half. McCarthy is a certified idiot but after this game there is no objective way he can continue to give away a bulk of carries or entire series to these lesser backs. also the narrative that Jones can’t pass protect is lazy and tired. He had several nice pickups in the third and fourth quarters, while Montgomery played the goat (even before his fumble) for his dismal protection on that last fateful series where he completely ignored Donald screaming in on Rodgers right in front of him.
  14. Lol Jamaal Williams in as usual. 28 yards for Jones. Take a seat because it’s now Jamaal time. Horrific coaching per usual