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  1. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Lots of comparisons to Moss. Would someone who has watched both please compare and contrast Moss and Gordon? Do you think Gordon is a fit in New England? I read somewhere that Moss was somewhat of a savant at breaking down defenses. Gordon had a lot of success for a short period of time. Football IQ has to play into that level of success doesn't it?
  2. 10-12 team standard scoring ESPN

    No problem. I will pass then. Good luck! Feel free to hit me up if anything changes.
  3. 10-12 team standard scoring ESPN

    bs61014a@yahoo If it starts at 6:00 pm EST or after, I will definitely do it. I will be on the road until then.
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  9. Jordan Matthews 2018 Outlook

    It is difficult predict consistent fantasy producers in a Bellichick offense. However , I do not think this difficulty extends to the slot receiver position. Welker (5'9"), Amendola (5'11"}, Edelman (5'10") all put up dependable numbers when they were healthy. Jordan Matthews is 6'3". He is an exceptional route runner. He will have opportunity in the first four games of the season. If Matthews can catch everything this thrown to him, he will put up big numbers. Unfortunately that is a big if.
  10. Jordan Matthews 2018 Outlook

    Does pedigree matter here? Honest question. Matthews is the all time SEC leader in receptions and receiving yardage. Matthews came into the league with a rep as an excellent route runner. I think Brady loves good route runners. Is Matthews a special talent? Were those drops a mental thing that he can shake? Is it too late for him to realize the potential he showed in college?