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  1. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    It's tough to say. They should be. But sometimes they get too stubborn in trying to establish the run for too long when it's just not working (see: @SF, week 2). No matter how this shakes out, the 2nd half at least should be basically all passing for the Lions. Hopefully.
  2. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    Agreed. The Jones/Kenny/Tate trio is basically 3 WR2s, with any of them able to explode or disappear on any given week. It's a pretty decent real-life football situation, but not the greatest for fantasy.
  3. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    I would for sure start Breida, but not at the expense of DJ. Like I said before the season started, DJ is matchup-proof. If they are leading or the game is close, he runs the ball. If they are trailing, he should be their #1/2 receiver. Matchups do not stand in his way, but coaching and play-calling do. I expect those aspects to get better, immediately, given the offensive performance thus far and the coach's comments that they need to get DJ the rock. And if they don't, heads need to roll in Arizona...
  4. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    All I know is, if I were a NFL head coach, I'd just be ******** with reporters and opposing teams all the time. Reporter: "Coach, Corey showed up on the report today, was that just a precautionary thing or is he dealing with something?" Me: "Oh yeah, he's ******. His quad looks like a purple watermelon. You ever seen a purple watermelon? Not great. And our other guys stink. Wendell couldn't carry the groceries for his own grandmother, and I don't even know the other guy's name. We're going to be throwing the ball a lot, I think. Good thing Jordan's back in town." *Sunday, hammer the rock with Corey, win by 20*
  5. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but... if a player misses any portion of practice, be it a single snap or a whole session, they must be designated as a "limited" participant. If a player is designated as "limited", they must be added to the injury report. The lowest designation on the injury report is "questionable". In summary, if my understanding is correct: he was held back at practice today to make sure he's fresh for Sunday. He's on the injury report as a formality and nothing more. His most recent injury was the quad, so that is the natural reasoning to put on the report. R-E-L-A-X.
  6. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    JAGs don't typically have 100 yard games in the Super Bowl.
  7. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    Gimme.
  8. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    15 carries would be excellent, considering that's Ajayi's season-high. Throw in 5-10 recs and I'd be ecstatic. It also helps your credibility to get the coach's name right.
  9. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    I love him in this matchup. Neither team can play a lick of defense. There is no other outcome than a shootout. Because of trade/injury/matchup to other players, he is all the way up to my WR1 this week. So, with that said, get ready for 3-20-0.
  10. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    Beat writers saying the Clement injury designation is purely preventative. Sounds like he really is in line for a big workload.
  11. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    All of my trade requests were denied, so now I'm just patiently waiting for him to be dropped. Early season injuries are post-season winners for opportunistic managers.
  12. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    Question for those familiar with the Eagles: How is Corey in pass protection? Or, more importantly, how is he in pass protection compared to the other backs on the roster (Smallwood, Adams)? With their franchise, MVP-caliber QB playing in his first game back from injury, I would imagine keeping him safe and upright is gonna be a big priority (i.e., a bigger priority than managing workload of your 2nd/3rd string RB).
  13. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Slay is nearly a lock to miss this game. Detroit has good safeties, but their CBs after Slay are pretty weak.
  14. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    The Lions last game was a loss to SF in which the Lions had a chance to win or tie on the last drive of the game. That game ended in two consecutive drops by Theo Riddick. Just some food for thought.
  15. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    I know, completely different sports, but Mariota's injury sounds exactly like Tiger's pitcher Michael Fulmer. He needed ulnar nerve transportation and was out for months. https://www.blessyouboys.com/2017/9/11/16290902/detroit-tigers-michael-fulmer-injury-update-ulnar-nerve-surgery I'm sorry but this sounds like a pretty short sighted comment. Structurally, yeah, his bones, muscles, etc. might all be able to withstand the contact, but if he can't grip/feel a ball, it is gonna be tough to play quarterback...