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  1. Josh Reynolds 2018 Outlook

    Tough to start a guy playing 3rd fiddle over 2 unquestioned #1 targets... I’m starting Josh but my other options aren’t anywhere near that good.
  2. Kenneth Dixon 2018 Outlook

    He’s still listed as on IR on NFL.com fantasy... you can stash him and see what happens tomorrow without burning a roster spot.
  3. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Or an 8 team league...
  4. Jared Goff 2018 Outlook

    I’ll be starting Big Ben @ OAK over him.
  5. Kareem Hunt 2018 Outlook

    In footage released by TMZ, Kareem Hunt was shown getting into a physical altercation with a 19-year-old woman at a Cleveland hotel in February. In the video, Hunt was shown arguing and shoving a 19-year-old woman outside his hotel room at 3:22 AM ET. The conflict escalated quickly after that with Hunt lunging at the woman and later kicking her while on the ground. Police took statements but no charges were filed. The footage, which you can see in the link below, is extremely troubling. This is a terrible look for both the Kansas City organization (remember the Chiefs took a major PR hit two years ago when they drafted Tyreek Hill following his domestic violence arrest) and the NFL, particularly in the wake of Rueben Foster's arrest and subsequent waiver claim by Washington. The wheels of the NFL move slowly, but we imagine Hunt will be facing a lengthy suspension once this gets sorted out.
  6. Kareem Hunt 2018 Outlook

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/11/30/video-of-kareem-hunt-hotel-incident-emerges/ In February, Chiefs running back Kareem Huntfaced an allegation that he shoved a woman at a Cleveland hotel. Today, TMZ published video of the incident. It’s a video that needs to be watched a couple of times to be fully digested and understood. Hunt (if that’s indeed him) initially pushes the woman with at least one his hands. As he approaches her again, she seems to take a swing at Hunt, angering him. Others pull Hunt away, and the woman tries to push toward Hunt. He’s momentarily out of view, but then explodes back into the shot and shoves a man into the woman. The two are sent sprawling to the floor. The woman seems to be stunned; while she’s gathering herself, Hunt kicks her. Another woman can be seen with her phone out, presumably shooting video of the incident. A man (not Hunt) apparently takes the phone from her. Hunt was never charged. During training camp, both Kareem Hunt and owner Clark Hunt addressed the incident while also downplaying it. Like so many of these situations, however, video changes everything. Now that it’s out there, the Chiefs and/or the NFL will have to address it.
  7. Spencer Ware 2018 Outlook

    Probably RB2.
  8. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Please Clipboard Jesus, let it be so
  9. Matt Lacosse 2018 Outlook

    You guys are just ignoring the quality of the targets.
  10. Matt Lacosse 2018 Outlook

    Herndon, sure go ahead. I wouldn't drop Brate though.
  11. Matt Lacosse 2018 Outlook

    One of their best WR Cooper Kupp has been placed on IR with a torn ACL, opening up a ton of targets on this offense. Welcome to the tight end position in fantasy football 2018 Won't change according to who? You? k. Sweet, I prefer QUALITY of targets when taking a crap shot on a player. Give me Goff over Keenum every day and twice on Sundays. Don't tell me what to do. Your logic sucks.
  12. Matt Lacosse 2018 Outlook

    Lacosse had 4 targets last week... what is this incoherent rambling
  13. I don’t play yahoo or espn public leagues, and just because those are their “standard” settings, doesn’t mean they make sense. Those type of leagues cater to the lowest common denominator.