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  1. Post-hype sleepers 2018

    Dixon is a feature back with an improved line and WRs everywhere. Hill is on NE. Dixon gets all running work. If Dixon is available in the 2nd round, you take him. He is not a sleeper. He is a top 5 RB.
  2. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    Best available RBs until you have 4 of them.
  3. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    Angry hater because I like math? Okay?
  4. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    I am NOT USING AN OPINION!!! PHI was top 5 in 2nd and 3rd level yards. That means when the RB had a 5+ yard run, it went long. Those are outliers. It is not representative of how successful a team is on 3 and short and goal line plays. This list is statistics, not how people feel. You can have a giant hard on for whomever you want. I don't give a crap. I'm an engineer. Give me numbers without telling me which teams they represent. That's all I care about! Use individual PFF rankings to evaluate which teams got better/worse during the offseason. NE got worse. NYG got better. BUF got wrose. CIN better. CAR worse. JAX better. Eagles didn't change.
  5. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    PHI was top 5 in 2nd and 3rd level yards. That means when the RB had a 5+ yard run, it went long. Those are outliers. It is not representative of how successful a team is on 3 and short and goal line plays. This list is statistics, not how people feel.
  6. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    Angry Bengals fan? That was the biggest improvement during the offseason. Mixon will be a stud. Dalton won't get sacked every drop back. They lost their Pro-Bowl left tackle and All-Pro guard last year and didn't replace wither of them. Worst line regression in 2017. This year they picked up BUFs LT. So McCoy takes a hit assuming he isn't suspended. NE lost their best run blocker to the Giants. Barkley++. Their bust LT looks pretty good at RT, so check plus *++ for Barkley. CAR lost their best guard to JAX. Fournette ++. Bortles ++. Oakland drafted linemen early. SF got Staley's future replacement. CLE lost Joe Thomas and has like 4 guys trying to replace him. They even signed uber-bust Greg Robinson who sucked for the Lions last year. Not a good situation. That's all that comes to mind right now.
  7. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    The Eagles were the #22 run blocking line last year based on yards before first contact, second level, and 3rd level yards. They were 12th in sacks allowed. Same line as last year. Ranking them #1 is laughable. RUN BLOCKING PASS PROTECTION Team Adj. Line Yards RB Yards Power Success Power Rank Stuffed Stuffed Rank 2nd Level Yards 2nd Level Rank Open Field Yards Open Field Rank Team Rank Sacks Adjusted Sack Rate 1 NE 5.05 4.43 65% 14 16% 3 1.35 2 0.60 20 PIT 1 24 3.9% 2 NO 4.93 5.11 69% 7 15% 1 1.30 3 1.37 1 NO 2 20 4.0% 3 LARM 4.70 4.53 50% 29 22% 23 1.42 1 0.82 11 LACH 3 18 4.2% 4 DAL 4.66 4.26 77% 3 17% 4 1.16 16 0.67 19 BAL 4 27 4.3% 5 GB 4.60 4.13 66% 11 16% 2 1.10 19 0.51 24 JAC 5 24 4.4% 6 BAL 4.36 4.22 69% 7 20% 14 1.27 5 0.70 17 MIN 6 27 4.4% 7 PIT 4.36 4.07 65% 12 17% 5 1.22 10 0.48 27 OAK 7 24 4.6% 8 ATL 4.35 4.25 64% 17 21% 20 1.25 6 0.85 10 ATL 8 24 4.8% 9 DEN 4.31 4.03 65% 15 18% 7 1.11 18 0.51 26 LARM 9 28 5.6% 10 SF 4.20 4.13 62% 20 23% 25 1.24 7 0.76 14 NYG 10 34 5.8% 11 OAK 4.17 4.14 62% 21 22% 22 1.17 14 0.73 16 MIA 11 33 5.8% 12 KC 4.14 4.66 82% 1 18% 8 1.23 9 1.17 2 PHI 12 36 6.2% 13 JAC 4.12 4.16 62% 19 19% 10 0.98 27 0.96 7 NE 13 35 6.4% 14 CLE 4.09 4.15 74% 4 19% 11 1.23 8 0.75 15 TEN 14 35 6.4% 15 NYG 4.06 4.02 50% 29 17% 6 1.02 24 0.68 18 DAL 15 32 6.4% 16 TB 4.06 3.53 65% 12 20% 17 0.93 31 0.41 30 TB 16 40 6.5% RUN BLOCKING PASS PROTECTION Team Adj. Line Yards RB Yards Power Success Power Rank Stuffed Stuffed Rank 2nd Level Yards 2nd Level Rank Open Field Yards Open Field Rank Team Rank Sacks Adjusted Sack Rate 17 ARI 4.02 3.38 68% 9 20% 13 0.90 32 0.30 32 KC 17 37 6.7% 18 IND 3.98 3.63 81% 2 20% 16 1.00 25 0.44 29 SF 18 43 6.8% 19 MIN 3.96 3.98 67% 10 21% 19 1.11 17 0.77 13 CAR 19 35 7.1% 20 HOU 3.89 3.78 63% 18 21% 18 0.99 26 0.51 25 CIN 20 40 7.2% 21 WAS 3.86 3.65 55% 27 20% 15 1.04 22 0.45 28 DET 21 47 7.5% 22 PHI 3.85 4.52 64% 16 21% 21 1.30 4 1.14 3 CLE 22 50 7.6% 23 TEN 3.85 4.00 60% 23 23% 24 1.09 21 0.90 9 CHI 23 39 7.7% 24 CIN 3.79 3.70 59% 24 18% 9 1.17 12 0.41 31 WAS 24 41 7.7% 25 CAR 3.78 3.61 72% 5 19% 12 0.94 30 0.53 22 SEA 25 43 8.1% 26 LACH 3.71 3.93 58% 25 24% 26 1.17 13 0.78 12 ARI 26 52 8.1% 27 BUF 3.67 3.96 61% 22 26% 27 1.17 15 0.90 8 NYJ 27 47 8.6% 28 CHI 3.65 4.08 58% 26 26% 28 1.20 11 0.97 6 GB 28 51 8.6% 29 NYJ 3.40 3.96 48% 31 26% 29 1.03 23 1.04 5 DEN 29 52 9.1% 30 MIA 3.26 4.09 71% 6 27% 30 1.09 20 1.07 4 HOU 30 54 9.2% 31 SEA 3.18 3.30 55% 27 30% 32 0.97 28 0.54 21 BUF 31 47 9.3% 32 DET 3.16 3.31 45% 32 27% 31 0.94 29 0.52 23 IND 32 56 10.0% x NFL x 4.03 64% x 21% x 1.00 x 0.65 x NFL x 37 6.7%
  8. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    Yeah, Statistically, the Eagles were #22 in run blocking last year (yards before first contact, second level yards, 3rd level yards), and they were 12th in sacks allowed. Same offensive line as last year. How the hell are they the #1 offensive line on anybody's list this year? That's dumb as hell!
  9. Offensive Line Rankings - Pro Football Focus

    Garbage list based on opinions and surveys. Use this instead. Figure out who got better/worse based on free agency and the draft. The Bengals are a lot better this year. https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/ol
  10. 2018 WR Rankings and Discussion

    Yes, Atlanta's RBs score most of their TDs in the red zone. With Sarkisian calling the plays, they score fewer TDs. When Shanahan left, offensive scoring went from first to worst. Julio has never been effective in the red zone his entire career. No reason to believe this year will be different. Nothing has changed. There is the whole "contract holdout" thing though. That never helps. He does get 200 yards in lots of game though. That's why he's still a WR1. Assuming he plays and isn't injured from his holdout.
  11. 2018 WR Rankings and Discussion

    WR1s (top 12) - Get at least one of these guys in the 1st 4 rounds 1 - AB, ODB, Nuke, Devante Adams: Lots of yards and TDs on a weekly basis 2 - Julio (Sarkisian), Thomas (running game), AJ Green, TY (weekly boom/bust): Less consistent than the first group on a weekly basis 3 - Evans (Winston suspension), Allen (Tyrell Williams spells Henry), Baldwin, Alshon Jeffrey (end of year-post season/#1 offense/safe floor): lower yards/TDs. WR1s by ranking only (top 12) WR2s (next 12) 4 - Everyone else is pretty much the same....like the next 30-40 guys. Nit pick all you want. Replace Jeffery with anyone you want. Doesn't really matter. Some weeks they get lots of yards. Other weeks someone else gets lots of TDs. Don't waste your time trying to figure it out. Load up on RBs instead. I prefer drafting at the end of the first round....everyone else grabs their favorite bust pick making my choice far less biased. Ideally, I'd go RB late first, DeVante early second, RB late 3rd, Jeffery early 4th, RB 5th, RB 6th. 7-9 are typically TE+2WRs: make some educated guesses. First 11 0r 12 QBs are gone by the 10th round: again, I'm not making a biased QB selection based on hope and conjecture. Also, if your QB sucks, a 10th round pick is super easy to jettison; 4th round QBs, not so much. 11-16th grab the flashy rookies from preseason games. I told everyone else to get Kamara last year after he went undrafted. I got Ingram cheap and was hoping Kamara wouldn't be a stud. Bias sucks. Streaming RBs and WRs based on opponents wins a lot of weekly point titles and keeps you in the hunt when your best players go down. This draft strategy is killer. Don't hesitate picking up the WRs on waivers who everyone is saying "who the eF is this guy?" He typically ends up being a legit WR2. Get two of those guys. Forget the guys you thought would be putting up their numbers. That's a good way to lose.
  12. Deshaun Watson 2018 season outlook

    DeAndre Hopkins went to Clemson. I left him off the list of Clemson receivers because he is catching for a Clemson QB. Do you understand what I am telling you? Probably not. Don't care. I'm not your dad.
  13. Deshaun Watson 2018 season outlook

    Sorry. I know what I'm talking about. You don't.
  14. Deshaun Watson 2018 season outlook

    I guess this is the year we get to find out whether SEC defenses are better than Clemson QB/WRs in the NFL. I'm guessing no.
  15. Deshaun Watson 2018 season outlook

    I'm sorry. Apparently you don't know where Nuke went to college. I'm not the answer bitch. Do some homework!