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  1. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    I don't see much of a timeshare. If Jones can block well, then he'll be on the field. If he can't, then it'll be Williams.
  2. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    At what point would the 2018 base salary have been guaranteed?
  3. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    $10m was the signing bonus. He'd still be entitled to his 2018 base salary of $12m.
  4. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but with the Steelers' offer, Bell's worst case scenario (getting seriously injured in the playoffs and subsequently cut) was collecting $22m. With the franchise tag, that number drops to $14.5m.
  5. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    No, Bell would've also received his 2018 base salary of $12mm.
  6. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    If today, he signed the Steelers' last contract offer and then got immediately cut, he'd collect $22mm ($12mm base salary plus $10mm signing bonus). Is that a correct or incorrect statement?
  7. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    It looks like the 2018 base salary would've been $12mm with the additional $2.5mm being the prorated signing bonus. So wouldn't it be correct to say that it would've been $22mm guaranteed? The 2018 base salary plus the signing bonus?
  8. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    The $10mm signing bonus would've been guaranteed, but at what point would his 2018 base salary of $12mm been guaranteed?
  9. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    I thought it was $33m guaranteed?
  10. Matt Breida 2018 Outlook

    Freeman is actually 5'8 so he's much denser than Breida.
  11. Alfred Morris 2018 Outlook

    Maybe the reason they checked down to Hyde so much was b/c he's 6'0/230 lbs. First and foremost, you game-plan to your players' strengths and weaknesses. Breida is 5'11/190 lbs. He's already been injured this preseason, and McKinnon is done for the year. I think by now, the 49ers are acutely aware of the injury risk for smaller RBs.
  12. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    McKinnon's calf injury occurred a month before the start of the season. If Shanahan really wanted Morris on the roster, he would've already been signed by then. Even if Morris already knows the offense, it's still important to get plenty of reps with new teammates.
  13. Alfred Morris 2018 Outlook

    I don't like either of them in PPR, but I think Morris has the higher floor due to his TD potential. Also, Breida is 5'11/190 lbs. Guys that size generally can't take much of a beating. I'm not worried about Morris' age. That's usually brought up in regards to a player's mileage, and Morris is extremely well-rested.
  14. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    If you believed the calf injury was more serious than the 49ers let on, then this isn't an unsurprising outcome.
  15. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    That's bad logic though. With SF, until the calf injury, McKinnon was locked into heavy usage. That's why he was being drafted in the 3rd round. His ADP relied more on his opportunity than his skill.