rylaughlin

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  1. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Yuuup
  2. Royce Freeman 2018 Outlook

    They said they spoke to Musgrave
  3. Royce Freeman 2018 Outlook

    On the footballguys audible live podcast the guys said they're hearing this will be a big Freeman week. They mention it toward the top of the show. https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=56253953&refid=asa
  4. Vance McDonald 2018 Outlook

    Jones is no threat to Vance, Vance is the guy. Wish I could fit him in my roster.
  5. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Easy top 5 RB this year if healthy... and Eckler might be a top 20 too.
  6. Quincy Enunwa 2018 Outlook

    I like him too. Big, good hands, working out the slot. Just seems like the kind of WR Darnold will have a connection with.
  7. Austin Ekeler 2018 Outlook

    The tweet below references the first two preseason games. Gordon didn't play in either of the last two. Doesn't sound like a timeshare is brewing to me. Note I own both in the one league I'm in.
  8. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    I have both Jones and Williams in the one league I'm in and I'm slightly concerned that Ty, whom I don't have, could be the next man up before Jones. Thankfully barring an early JW injury he should hit waivers soon.
  9. Keelan Cole 2018 Outlook

    Matt Waldman does a nice breakdown of KC on Twitter. https://twitter.com/i/moments/1013608717303123970?ref_src=twsrc^tfw I didn’t know about Cole when I compiled the 2017 Rookie Scouting Portfolio. Watching him in 2017 was a pleasant surprise. Reviewing more of his tape this weekend was a revelation. It makes complete sense why Cole has a great shot of remaining the slot receiver in Jacksonville in 2018. Regardless of the official designation, Cole will play multiple roles and likely lead Jacksonville in receiving this year. His athletic ability, attention to detail in big moments, and versatility are prominent parts of his game: Excellent reach for his size. Fluid body control on high and low targets. Awareness to shield opponents as he’s executing the catch. Feel for open zones. Rapport with Blake Bortles. He’s a big-play slot option in an offense that complements his role well. Although Donte Moncrief brings a physical element as a perimeter receiver, I think Cole is his equal in that arena and a superior all-around player in terms of upside to mine.
  10. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Don't read too much into it. Enjoy your amazing first round value.
  11. Alfred Morris 2018 Outlook

    Somewhere in the 30 percent neighborhood
  12. Keelan Cole 2018 Outlook

    Moncrief had some good plays today, hit the slant, showed he can run afterwards,” Marrone said. “Dede has been playing well. Cole has been practicing really well. We haven’t really featured him that much in the preseason. We’ve got some players at that position.” http://www.1010xl.com/2018/08/26/forget-the-picks-jaguars-offense-showing-good-signs/?platform=hootsuite
  13. Keelan Cole 2018 Outlook

    https://twitter.com/HaysCarlyon/status/1033536483393712128?s=19 Cool, idk how to post a tweet. Jags reporter from local radio station says "Marrone says #Jaguars have players at WR position, offers praise for many of them. Notes that they haven't featured Keelan Cole yet."
  14. 2018 Sleepers

    Tyler Boyd will get targets in what I think will be a good offense. He'll be much more consistent than Ross IMO.
  15. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    Jags D