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  1. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    Bears have faced the Packers and Seahawks. Allen Robinson ran alot of his routes from the slot, where Adam Thielen diced the Packers, and Emmanuel Sanders carved up the Seahawks. Cardinals play much better CB and slot CB according to Silva. I expect plenty of play action and quick looks for Burton tomorrow. Trubisky throws best in the middle of the field. As was stated above, Cards are week at guarding TE's. 5/80/1
  2. DeVante Parker 2018 Outlook

    Good point about Wilson, I did forget about him. He's another small receiver though. 5,9 186. Considering what they've got at TE, I'm wondering what their red zone offense is going to look like if he's not in there. I think that % is fair and makes him worth the gamble.
  3. DeVante Parker 2018 Outlook

    This guys value has hit rock bottom. I picked him off the scrapheap in a 14 team 3wr and a flex ppr. Just read a rotoworld blurb saying he's not even an upside stash at this point. Here's what I think are the positives: he's on a team that said they were going to run more plays than the Pats. he's in competition for targets with deep threat Kenny Stills and slot man Danny "Glass" Amendola. And I don't believe Amendola is taking over Landry's former role. Other reciever is Jakeem Grant 170 pounds. I consider last season a wash due to Cutler, and they will most likely be throwing more as this season progresses. They'll probaby even want him out there more on the running plays. He's two inches taller and 15# heavier than next closest wr Stills. I'm not enamored with the talent, but I'm sensing opportunity.
  4. Pitching Mechanics/Injuries

    thanks for bringing the science Chris O'Leary! James Paxton has been discussed a ton on these boards. I know from reading your work that SP increased velocity is a red flag for you, but then from what I've read above about the decreased arm slot maybe being a positive for timing, wondering what your take is on Paxtons health outlook with his new form? 2016 2015