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  1. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    Turner was doomed from the start in MIN. Nothing to work with at QB & the WR’s hadn’t matured yet. Offensive line improvement goes a long way too, obviously. ANYWAY, back to topic..I’m not a CJA fanboy by any stretch, but I still believe he can provide RB3 status & a good matchup play. CMC just isn’t going to be trusted to be a feature back due to his size, so he won’t get the majority of carries.
  2. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    Sproles was behind a HOFr in Tomlinson. Bad comparison. McKinnon did well splitting time the 2 seasons Peterson wasn’t around, but hadn’t ever broken 600 yds rushing in a season. He was never given feature back status & still unproven that he can handle that anyway
  3. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    Apologies, read the dates wrong while looking it up...but he’s still done well as an OC over the years
  4. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    He’s overmatched as a HC, but still a pretty damn good OC. Forgot how well he did with Minnesota last year? EDIT: I read the dates wrong while looking this up...apologies to Pat Shurmur
  5. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    As an RB3, Anderson should be a nice value. Remember, Norv Turner is now the OC & he has a history of having strong running games...Smith, Allen, Davis, Tomlinson, Peterson, Cook. His offensive scheme features running backs & downfield pocket passing. At Newton’s age & the beating he’s taken over the last few years, I could see Turner refocusing him into a more traditional QB who uses his feet to look downfield rather than running right away
  6. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    I won’t ever go near Parker again after last year. Davis isn’t a clear #1 as he has Matthews & Walker to compete with for targets
  7. Amari Cooper 2018 Season Outlook

    Not at all. Gruden's offense features the position Cooper plays. He's young enough to bounce back strong
  8. Amari Cooper 2018 Season Outlook

    My bad...but he's still gonna bounce back under Gruden. No doubt in my mind
  9. 2018 Auction Draft Strategies

    I think you can expect these guys over $50... RB’s- ($60? Bell, Gurley, Elliott,) Johnson, Barkley, Kamara, Gordon WR’s- Brown, Beckham, Hopkins After that it’s a crapshoot. But there are always values to be had, if you nominate guys you really don’t want early to burn bankrolls. We had a guy spend $130 on Johnson(75) & Beckham(55) last year, so hopefully everyone else took notice & prices stay reasonable
  10. 2018 Auction Draft Strategies

    Think you have to keep Watson & Hunt here, but reacquire Thomas if you can. Hunt will cost a little more than Thomas will on the open market. Meanwhile, for my 12-team $200 auction budget... QB (2)- 14 RB (4)- 115 WR (4)- 50 TE (2)- 13 K(1)- 3 D (1)- 5 Definitely buying 2 top-10 RB’s & a legit WR1...hoping for bargains for the other spots
  11. Spencer Ware 2018 Outlook.

    I was fortunate to have 2 other solid backs in McCoy & Gordon to take up the slack when Hunt was slumping, so I did bench him once or twice during that stretch. I totally agree that Ware being out gave Hunt a longer leash. That won’t be the case this year, and it could very well end up 50/50 if Hunt underperforms
  12. Tarik Cohen 2018 Season Outlook

    Yes, we mostly agree, you’re just a little more optimistic than I am 🙂
  13. Tarik Cohen 2018 Season Outlook

    I wouldn't go that far. I would expect him to end up a weekly solid RB2 or FLEX
  14. Tarik Cohen 2018 Season Outlook

    Cohen will get a lot of work between the 20’s but when the Bears are inside the 10 (which probably won’t happen very often) it’ll be mostly Howard getting the running calls with red zone targets going to Robinson & Burton. His ceiling is about 500 rushing/ 65-500 receiving/ 6 total TD’s
  15. Spencer Ware 2018 Outlook.

    Uh...NO. Hunt proved himself versatile & capable enough to be a 3-down back. 4 of those weeks you discuss he had over 100 combined yards. Yes, he was contained very well in 2 of those weeks, but most of the other weeks were due to gameflow with the defense digging a hole or Reid getting too cute with his play calling. And if teams “figured out” Hunt, then how was he an absolute beast in weeks 14-16? That argument doesn’t hold up at all. The problem, however, is that Ware was effective in 2016 so he will most likely eat into Hunt’s production. Reid will be the issue, as he can’t help from outsmarting himself