Marty Funkhouser

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  1. Greg Olsen 2017 Season Outlook

    Gerald Everett is the route I'm going. Developing quarterback, a slowly improving offense, and he's made the most of the few opportunities he's had so far.
  2. Greg Olsen 2017 Season Outlook

    I don't even care from a fantasy perspective. This injury is the equivalent of a dead squirrel getting run over for the fifth time on the Atlantic City Expressway for my teams but Olsen is a legitimately good guy and he's been incredibly durable. These will be the first games he's missed since his rookie season.
  3. D'Onta Foreman 2017 Season Outlook

    I'm holding. After 12 carries and looking pretty good on a few of them I probably wouldn't be able to get him back in my 12 teamer that's big on hoarding backs. Game-flow will dictate if Foreman can have stand alone value but you have to imagine O'Brien wants to control the clock as much as he can with a rookie quarterback and a very good defense to fall back on. Any games that are close or where Houston is leading I would feel pretty good about Foreman getting enough work to be relevant.
  4. David Johnson 2017 Season Outlook

    Not insurmountable, but waivers where priority is dictated initially by draft position will be tough. Last couple of years I've used the Monday night cheat code since players don't lock until they play in my leagues. If you have a free roster spot or an expendable player it's a nice thing to use if teams playing that night have potentially valuable handcuffs were the starter to go down. Was able fo get Howard a week in advance that way last year and grabbed Kamara this past week after losing Johnson. Can't replace him obviously but you have to throw the kitchen sink from every angle at this problem.
  5. Joe Mixon 2017 Outlook

    Luck is severely underrated by fans. These are leagues comprised entirely of professionals unless you're really exceptional you need a break once in a while for an opportunity.
  6. Corey Kluber 2017 Outlook

    God Mode.
  7. Matt Harvey 2017 Season Outlook

    This was the equivalent of your drunk friend getting laid out in one punch and upon waking up, tells you "I can take him bro". No, you can't. At least Mother Nature stepped in.
  8. Jacob deGrom 2017 Outlook

    Mechanics are probably out of whack again. Losing is contagious. This team literally has nothing going for it right now besides deGrom maybe it finally got him too. It will be sad to see him go but I have a feeling he's getting traded at next years deadline. The Mets are going to try and reload for next year but Conforto's injury which could wind up career changing and Cespedes constantly hurt has really changed my outlook for 2018. I had a slight hint of optimism but it's gone now. I think they'll sign a player or two, be very injured, bad, and disappointing again, and move deGrom to a contender in July.
  9. Luis Severino 2017 Outlook

    Game the Yankees had to have and he out dueled one of the best pitchers in baseball by a wide margin. Definition of an ace kudos to the Yankees brass for sticking with him as a starter and not putting him in the pen.
  10. Evan Engram 2017 Season Outlook

    Must draft in keeper and dynasty. I don't think Beckham is long for the Giants with Collins also up for a contract. As a Giants fan if I had to choose it's Collins and it isnt even close. Engram is a wide receiver in tight end clothing i think the giants may be preparing themselves for Beckam's departure.
  11. Ezekiel Elliott 2017 Season Outlook

    Great post, even if it's a retort to mine.
  12. Matt Harvey 2017 Season Outlook

    There's always a reason for a bad Harvey start. I think the fact he shares the name of the hurricane that destroyed the city of Houston played a role today. He could have gone another inning if the hurricane wasn't named Harvey.
  13. Ezekiel Elliott 2017 Season Outlook

    I'm not going to comment or speculate on anything regarding Elliot but it is absolutely confounding that a billion dollar company like the NFL can repeatedly mishandle situations. They can't do anything right.
  14. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    Who said that? His power is great for a middle infielder not insane, and the article above convincingly shows there are significant improvements and adjustments occurring. He's only 25 too.
  15. Andrew Benintendi 2017 Outlook

    The Yankees and their fans will come to hate this guy very soon, if they don't already. He's going to haunt their ballpark. Very similar to Utley and the Mets except Benintendi seems like a nice kid and not a total douche.