Mr White

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  1. Last year's Saints D shut down Dak too, and Lattimore had given up the most yards of any corner before this week. Lattimore is still damn good, but he hasn't made some big jump from last year. Evans just isn't as big a deal as he used to be to this offense.
  2. Good post with the game logs. I think you have to look at the scores to see why there might be a sense of uncertainty/optimism, though. Other than the Packers game, these are all very one sided. If the Vikings can run all over their opponent, they are very successful. If they're facing a good team, they hit a brick wall. This approach isn't going to satisfy the team's expectations, especially in the NFC North this year (who also have to deal with the NFC East.) Combined with the clear frustration in the locker room, I think a shift in play calling is in the cards.
  3. It says if he looks the same today as he did yesterday, he would be pretty much a lock to play. There's going to be (some) clarity before Sunday.
  4. Are you asking if Gio will take the job? No. He has a good history of production when he fills in due to injury, but this offensive line might be an all time low.
  5. I would be surprised if he didn't get 10
  6. There's no chance he goes that high. He wasn't even close this year. He has another disappointing year under his belt with more competition for targets next year.
  7. Newsome has looked way better than Jackson. This is trouble. Need a fumble.
  8. Some guy on twitter said West would get 8-12 touches, which if accurate, means a 50/50 split. I would take the opinion more seriously if they had phrased it like that, mostly because 16-24 rb touches is not a given for the chiefs in this game. Either way its a bummer right now.
  9. Hunt got 4.9 PPR against the chargers earlier in the year, so the 10 point floor is not real as usual. I'm still playing him over Ingram though.
  10. I would be surprised if they do. I think that's a unique interpretation we just read.
  11. Because he's a new player and everyone has to say what they think he will do and who they're starting him over. None of the points count if we don't do it.
  12. The playcalling and Trubisky himself are too inconsistent to trust anyone in the offense outside of Cohen and Trubisky. There aren't any matchups left in the season where I think the upside is worth it.
  13. I certainly don't like the current usage. Drake would do the job well and he'd bring an explosiveness to the table that's been well documented here. I thought he would when I drafted him. It's just not nearly as black and white as Jones/Charles.