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  1. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    It's frustrating when everyone knows he is going to be out. Mixon never lost his "Out" status. So for Baldwin to be shifted from Out to Doubtful is annoying. That said, I blame Carroll and not Yahoo on that one.
  2. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Bradford was being talked up for how well he does when he is healthy on opening night and a quick scan of his game log confirms this as true. Anyhow, I think this opening night game was a disaster because of Bradford's performance but it was an outlier and he'll bounce back and that will lift DJ (and the few other relevant players on that offense). I completely agree that if Game 1 was DJ's floor, you have to be pretty darn happy about what you can get from him this season.
  3. Joe Mixon 2018 Outlook

    I'd like to know as well because I'm looking to buy.
  4. Rex Burkhead 2018 Outlook

    Million dollar question. It's a lame answer but the reality is we have to wait and see. If Burkhead is healthy and getting in that 12 to 15 touch range, he's at least an RB3. The key is how active he is in the pass game.
  5. Rex Burkhead 2018 Outlook

    Didn't really need it spelled out. Just saying it's a cool story that you drafted Sony and not Rex.
  6. Corey Davis 2018 Outlook

    Yup. Mostly due to a lack of better options but remain hopeful nonetheless.
  7. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    When the heck is Yahoo going to mark this guy "Out".
  8. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

  9. Patrick Mahomes II 2018 Outlook

    I'm not overly confident but it seems with the QB landscape being what it is, there aren't many I would have true confidence in any given week. I mostly am buying into Mahomes' upside more than anything.
  10. Keelan Cole 2018 Outlook

    Bortles threw less last season than the two seasons prior but he still threw the ball 523 times last regular season, good for 11th in the league. He was only 17 attempts behind Cousins, who was 8th. Even with the Jaguars having an elite defense and running game, I'm not concerned about a lack of overall passing volume from JAX. My concern with Cole is more so the volume he gets as an individual with multiple other options. Given I invested in Cole in multiple leagues, I'm willing to buy into him.
  11. 2018 Draft Strategy

    The main adjustment I make for a 14 teamer is not waiting as long on QB or TE. The quality options as these positions dry up quick and I want that guy I can more or less count on every week rather than having to roster two or rely on a weaker waiver wire. Also I'm not afraid to reach a bit if there is a guy I absolutely want because obviously the gap between picks is greater.
  12. 2018 Draft Strategy

    For me, it depends on your draft slot and the WRs. I have pick 6 in a 14 teamer and this weekend and I won't hesitate for a second to go Brown + one of Thomas/Allen/Adams/Green IF it shakes out that way and then deal with the RB situation after that. It's unlikely with that second group but I somehow got McCaffrey pick 20 yesterday in a PPR draft so unlikely sometimes happens. As they say, gotta be flexible.
  13. 2018 Draft Strategy

    Yup. I did ample mocks where I went RB-RB or WR-WR and while some of those teams turned out fine and I got great value by not being married to an approach, I also had some teams where I was displeased with my RB1 or WR1. I think going RB/WR was the best approach in getting an elite talent at both spots and having more flexibility Round 3 and on.
  14. 2018 Draft Strategy

    I just did a 12 team PPR league where I had the #8 pick and I think going RB-WR-WR is the best approach as a tentative strategy.