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  1. Tyreek Hill 2019 Outlook

    Per Fantasy Football Calc (and I know it's way early) but his 2019 ADP is WR8....dude just finished as the #1 fantasy WR and has Mahomes throwing to him. Crazy how Tyreek could be undervalue coming off his last 2 seasons, but he currently is. Will be the #1 WR on my board. Also, Tyreek set to make $2M in the final year of rookie contract. To keep things in context, his teammate DeMarcus Robinson is set to make a couple hundred thousand more than Hill in 2019. A hold-out could be looming if something's not done to get his pay in line with what he deserves...
  2. Tyreek Hill 2019 Outlook

    Yeah, I made this same mistake last year and tried to argue that Watkins would steal some of Tyreek's looks and stats. That prediction couldn't have been more wrong....
  3. Antonio Brown 2019 Outlook

    The AB situation is not going to be like the LeVeon one. For 2019, AB will be the highest paid WR in the NFL (22M+). He's also igoing to be 31, and this guy has an ego (i.e. cares about stats and being considered one of the all-time greats). I highly doubt that he's not going to forfeit this huge sum of money and waste one of his waning peak years. Either PIT finds a suitable trade partner (SF still makes a lot of sense both due to their cap space and high pick in rd #2, plus another later picks or 2020 pick) or AB is back and playing for the Steelers in 2019. AB is definitely making some questionable decisions lately but forgoing this kind of money would be another whole level crazy....
  4. Courtland Sutton 2019 Outlook

    Sutton actually had a pretty decent rookie season (too many 1 or 2 reception duds though after DT was traded). The biggest issue is that I'm not convinced that he will even be the best fantasy WR on DEN. DaeSean Hamilton and Tim Patrick both outscored him in PPR to close out the year after Sanders got injured (last 4 weeks of the season). Both of those guys will be very late rounders, whereas Sutton will most likely slot in towards the end of middle rounds. I'd rather take the guys that are essentially free, who could end up being better for fantasy. Overall though, a pretty solid looking, young WR trio in DEN. Maybe there's some upside to Flacco in DEN after all.
  5. NBA Trade Season 2018-2019

    I didn't think that BOS was open to dealing Tatum but, if that's the case for AD, then I can see this being at least as attractive as the Lakers offer.
  6. NBA Trade Season 2018-2019

    NO turning down a package of Ball, Kuzma, Ingram, Hart, Zubic and 2 future 1st rd draft picks seems crazy to me. What better offer are they going to get than that? What is this monster package that BOS can offer?
  7. Josh Allen 2019 Outlook

    Decent weeks...he was the #1 scoring fantasy QB over that time, I’d say he was pretty decent... Allen has the upside to be the #1 fantasy QB for 2019. Not saying it’s going to happen but it’s not crazy to say.
  8. Damien Williams 2019 Outlook

    You’re right & there’s nothing more to say at this point. First comes FA period, then the April draft. We should know where things after that. Just have to add though that Damien really “sucked” his way into elite fantasy RB production these past 7 weeks & KC’s playoff loss was due to his inability to make plays & score TD’s. Also William’s fault that Mahomes blew that 2nd quarter TD by overthrowing a streaking & open Williams in the end zone...
  9. Damien Williams 2019 Outlook

    You're using Kevin Kolb from 2008 as your example against taking Damien Williams for 2019?? You can't come up with a better or more relevant example than that? There are a bunch of examples of RB that were overlooked heading into the season even though they were locked into the starting job and were going to be a big part of a good offense. These guys went on to majorly outproduce: 2008 - Michael Turner (drafted as RB 20, late RD 4), finished as the #2 fantasy RB in 1/2 PPR (275 points) 2010 - Arian Foster (drafted as RB16, late RD 3) finished as the #1 fantasy RB in 1/2 PPR (359 points) 2011 - Marshawn Lynch (drafted as RB30, early RD 7) finished as the #5 fantasy RB in 1/2 PPR (230 points) 2016 - LeGarrette Blount (drafted as RB34, late RD 7) finished as the #8 fantasy RB in 1/2 PPR (229 points) All RB who were either unknown, unproven, or thought to be busts heading into their break-out year, in which they had the clear lead RB role for their team entering the regular season. Again, if KC spends significant capital at RB in FA or the draft, then all bets are off for Damien for 2019. However, if the team sticks with Ware, Darrel Williams and/or some lesser RB, then odds are Damien will be the lead back for KC in an Andy Reid offense that tends to favor 1 workhouse RB that plays all 3 downs.
  10. Damien Williams 2019 Outlook

    Another point on Williams sticking at the starter in 2019 - the Chiefs have potentially huge contract extensions coming up for Tyreek & on D Chris Jones & Dee Ford. Then after those, a monster deal for Mahomes. Why would KC spend any big money or draft capital on the RB position when Williams just proved on this 6 game run that he's capable of big production in the rushing and especially passing game. They will have other RB on the roster obviously but Reid likes to stick to one guy and Williams has proven to be that guy over the last 6 weeks.
  11. Ezekiel Elliott 2019 Outlook

    Zeke was even better in the 2nd half after the team acquired Amari and the offense started to move the ball and score points. The #2 RB in PPR from weeks 9-16 in both total points & per game, behind only CMC. Tough to fault anyone who ranks Zeke #1 overall next year but not a bad year to have pick #5 with Gurley, CMC, Saquon & Kamara (especially if Ingram leaves) also all squarely in the mix for #1.
  12. Damien Williams 2019 Outlook

    So if KC doesn't spend money on another FA or spend significant capital on another RB, you don't think the KC starting/workhorse RB (who has proven that he can produce big stats for fantasy when given the opportunity) is worthy of being taken before the end of the 2nd rd?? Totally disagree but like I said, we'll see what KC does this offseason.
  13. Damien Williams 2019 Outlook

    Always fun to speculate and talk early rankings with FF but with this guy, we really have not clue until we see what KC does in FA and then the draft. Obviously if they don't sign or draft anyone of major significance, then game on for Damien in 2019 and a clear top 10 RB that won't last past the 2nd round.
  14. Jameis Winston 2019 Outlook

    (As K197040 first pointed out above) - In most fantasy scoring formats, if you combine the 2018 fantasy points of Jameis and Fitz, you have the #2 fantasy scoring QB (way behind Mahomes like every other QB) but still, just sayin'... Jameis is going to be really undervalued for 2019 IMO.
  15. Kerryon Johnson 2019 Outlook

    Kerryon definitely passes the eye test and the stats back it up. Hopefully Patricia will wake up and the new OC will use him more in both the running and passing game. He's a guy that's going to get drafted outside the top 10 RB. If the team gives him more work (which they should), good chance that he is a top 10 fantasy RB by the end of the 2019 season.