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  1. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    I will. CJ Anderson is the starting running back for the 2018 Panthers. CMC has a big role as a pass catching back. If CMC were to get hurt, CJ would probably see a slight uptick in usage, but someone (probably CAP) would be mixed in too. Same thing if CJ were to get hurt. These are two guys with different roles. All I'm doing is factually stating that this isn't a starter/handcuff situation.
  2. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    Again, you can think the guy sucks, but it's just wrong to call him a handcuff. It doesn't make sense. The idea of a handcuff is that they are behind a starter, and have value as a replacement for that starter. Anderson not only is the starter, but his value probably wouldn't really change if CMC got hurt. Literally no part of the handcuff equation applies to CJ. So yeah, you don't have to like the value of the player, but "handcuff" is just an inaccurate word choice here.
  3. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    Then you don't like the situation/player. That's fine. Regardless though, he's NOT a handcuff. "A fantasy handcuff is a backup that will likely take over for a team's starter in the event of an injury."
  4. C.J. Anderson 2018 Season Outlook

    How is a starting RB a handcuff?
  5. Le'veon Bell 2018 Season Outlook

    Jarvion Franklin?
  6. 2018 2nd Year Wide Receiver Outlook

    Juju Kupp Williams Davis Dede/Cole Ross Golladay Godwin Samuel Hollins Jones Taylor Deeper Chad Williams Chad Hansen Ryan Switzer Trent Taylor REALLY DEEP David Moore/ Amara Darboh Josh Reynolds Robert Davis Josh Malone
  7. Nelson Agholor 2018 Season Outlook

    His 2017 average depth of target was 10.4 yards. Compare that to Golden Tate (6.0), Jarvis Landry (6.4), Randall Cobb (6.4), Crowder (7.1), Sanu (8.3). Larry Fitzgerald (8.4), Cooper Kupp (8.4) Keenan Allen (9.3), Michael Thomas (9.6). That tells me that Agholor was doing more than running short routes.
  8. Nelson Agholor 2018 Season Outlook

    I lean that way too. His current ADP has him ahead of Shepard, Lee, Benjamin, Mike Williams, Kenny Stills, Rishard Matthews, and others. I think I take all those guys before Agholor.
  9. He doesn't have a 2018 thread yet. How do people feel about him? On the surface, it seems like he had a breakout year in 2017. He finished at the #23 WR in PPR. But, that was mostly due to scoring 8 TDs. In terms of volume, his 62 catches/95 targets/ and 768 yards are very pedestrian. I guess the question is whether Agholor is more of a WR3 on the rise, or simply a JAG WR4 who put up an unsustainable TD total last season.
  10. Buffalo Bills 2018 Season Outlook

    Funny that people laugh, even though Darkwa is significantly younger, and better, than every one of the names mentioned. He had probably the worst offensive line in football last year, but had a better YPC than any player on that list. I'm not saying Darkwa is a superstar running back, but I'd sign him before anyone from that list.
  11. Buffalo Bills 2018 Season Outlook

    Everyone forgets about Orleans Darkwa...
  12. Kenyan Drake 2018 Season Outlook

    I'm coming to the opinion that Drake is going to be all or nothing. There isn't much middle ground. Either he's the clear starter, and he's an awesome value where he's drafted, or, he's a committee piece with Gore and Ballage, and he's a bust. I'm starting to lean toward the latter, which is unfortunate, because I really like Drake.
  13. Allen Robinson 2018 Season Outlook

    I agree. I like both guys, and Golladay as well. They will all produce though. There's no proven, reliable WR on the Bears other than ARob.
  14. Allen Robinson 2018 Season Outlook

    Hoping? Sure. I'm hoping every player I draft has a historically great season. Expecting? No. I don't need anywhere near that production for him to be a good value in the 4th round.