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  1. Chicago Bears 2019 Outlook

    Talent + no coaching = top 10 draft pick, which goes to the Raiders. The Raiders defense sucked with Mack, that's why Gruden traded him. Who is the defensive coordinator?
  2. 2019 Coaching Carousel

    They has a bad o-line, most of the defensive left via free agency, QB retired, one WR, and one RB. An open coaching position needed to be filled. They will be just as bad next year. All the old Arizona coaches are now in TB. TB has talent but lacked coaching. TB will make the playoffs next year.
  3. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Best thing the Cardinals can do is a split backfield with Edmunds. 11 guys tackling DJ is a bad play call.
  4. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook "Gordon comes with a great deal of baggage, as he missed all of the 2015 season due to a suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. He has played 11 games in the last five seasons. However, in 2013, Gordon managed 87 receptions for 1,646 yard and nine yards." Gordon admitted that he used to do cocaine on game days. He went to rehab to address it. I've heard Lawrence Taylor also used to do a lot of cocaine back in the day when he was redefining the importance of a good left tackle. Cocaine might have provided the performance edge in 2013 that we have not seen in the 11 games over the last 5 seasons? Just a thought.
  5. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    He's also averaging 3 yards per carry. The last time Harbargh gave a RB 250+ carries was Ray Rice in 2012: 220 carries * 4 ypc = 55 yards per game. The Ravens have 2 RBs on their practice squad. I'll be looking for news regarding Turner and Edwards.
  6. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    Guy fumbles too much. That puts him in the dog house. Keep an eye on who gets promoted from the practice squad.....just like he was last year. Being up and fumbling is bad. Being down and fumbling is bad. Being close and fumbling is bad. Coach needs to see in practice that he has his fumbling under control. Practice forcing fumbles on running plays. See what happens.
  7. Deshaun Watson 2018 Outlook

    He threw 19 TDs to 9 INTS last year. Defenses dropped more of his passes than his receivers. Now JJ Watt is back and the defense should be improved. If you reached for him, you're going to regret it.
  8. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    Agreed. Fumbles lose games = Doghouse If Dixon is available, pick him up. He will get his shot.
  9. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    Agree: Lacy went from 4th to 5th, to 22. GB RBs are getting 10-15 touches per game. Accept that. They need to be incredibly special to be fantasy relevant. Aaron Rogers is throwing 40 TDs. The RB he targets in the end zone is usually a fullback you've never heard of. 40+ passing TDs doesn't leave a lot of rushing TDs. Rushing TDs are coming from guys like Jones to takes a 50 yard run to the house.
  10. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    What??????? Smallwood was injured the second half of last year. He took all the 1st team reps preseason week 3. Pederson is the king of RBBC. Don't expect anything else.
  11. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    Thank you! This is Starks and Lacy plus one. The only thing worse than not having any of them, is having all 3 of them. DND and count your blessings.
  12. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    All your points favor Bell sitting out. He's been used and abused under his rookie contract. Lots of mileage on those tires. If he sits out half the season, he still makes over $7 million. Oh no! He also reduces his risk of career ending injury prior to getting a long term deal with guarantees, which is what we would all want. If the Steelers try franchising him a third time, which they can, he needs them to know what they are getting themselves into. He's making a business decision. Roger Goodell's job is to increase NFL revenue to $25 billion per year, half of which goes to the players. Goodell is doing an EXEMPLARY job. Nobody understands that either. People can complain all they want. As long as revenue and payouts keeps going higher, the owners and players will keep their mouths shut.
  13. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook
  14. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    3) A long term deal with guaranteed money beyond this season...valued at the top of his market Honestly, why should he settle for anything less than that?
  15. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    July 16 At 4:00 p.m., New York time, deadline for any club that designated a Franchise Player to sign such player to a multiyear contract or extension. After this date, the player may sign only a one-year contract with his prior club for the 2018 season, and such contract cannot be extended until after the club’s last regular season game. He cannot sign a long term deal until the end of the season. Fans don't understand the business of the NFL. Bell's agent does. Under the current CBA, players can be franchised a maximum of 3 times. This is Bells' 2nd franchise tag. He can be tagged one more time. If he misses 8 games or less, he accrues a full season toward free agency. If he sits out more than 8 games, he can be tagged 2 more times. If the Steeler's decide to tag him again next season, then he will be a 28 year old RB looking for a 5 year $100 million contract. No NFL team is going offer anything near that. Bell wants a long term deal with guaranteed money. He's sitting out 8 games so the Steeler's know they can't pull this crap on him again next year. Bell has no intention of playing only one season fully guaranteed. His career can end the first snap he plays this year. Don't jeopardize the future. That's his position.