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  1. Josh Adams 2018 Outlook

    Will be forced to flex him this week in my standard 12 teamer with Chubb on bye. I agree he’s probably touchdown dependant, but it should be a high scoring game with hopefully a few chances to run it inside the Saints 10.
  2. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    He’s always looked slow. Even in his breakout year. He’s just got long strides. He’s 6’3 and 230lbs. He’s not gonna look like Tyreek Hill out there when he’s running ?. Go back and watch his touchdown VS the Pats in 2013 when he left Talib in the “dust.” Even then his running looks the same. Almost like he’s in slo-mo but he’s covering ground with massive strides. Locked in WR1 ROS.
  3. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    On the first drive Fitz first 3 attempts went to Evans. One of which he overthrew for an interception. They just weren’t able to connect and Fitz didn’t have much time to throw so he played it safe with short dump offs to Humpries. It was kind of an anomaly.
  4. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    Except Kamara isn’t a pass catching back. He’s a feature back. He had 19 carries against the Rams and 4 receptions. Cohen will never be able to handle that workload and Kamara has like 30lbs on Cohen. They’re not the same type of player which is why Cohen won’t see his type of workload. Cohen is more of a Chris Thompson type imo.
  5. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    Where’s Gridiron Assassin at??? He’s the biggest hype man in this thread and now he’s no where to be found when we need him most. Cmon Assassin where you at fella?
  6. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    Debating between him and Latavius in my flex today(standard). His big play ability should be worth a flex start, I just hope he gets more looks in the passing game again
  7. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    For what it’s worth I think that we forget he’s 6’3 230lbs. Maybe he’s lost a little spring in his step but given how much time he has spent NOT playing NFL football over the last 5 years mixed with a bit of the hammy issue, he may not have been giving it a full blown sprint on that catch and run. Still exciting to see him make plays.
  8. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    Rather just drop him than “pinpoint” what games he’ll lay a turd and which games he won’t. I mean at least in 8-12 team leagues there’s guys on the waiver you can do the exact same thing with, ones with safer floors most likely too.
  9. Latavius Murray 2018 Outlook

    Career day on the ground today for Latavius. I know it was against a horrendous defense, but he still look really good today running the ball and it was really fun to watch him feast. That TD was just pure power.
  10. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    Sitting him this week. I still believe his ROS outlook is looking up, just don’t feel the slightest bit confident rolling him out there especially now with Osweiler starting. Miami as a team could possibly put up a goose egg today against a fresh Bears D.
  11. Dalvin Cook 2018 Outlook

    Cook is inactive.
  12. Latavius Murray 2018 Outlook

    Today’s a great day for Murray to have a big game!
  13. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    His ROS outlook likely sees otherwise. Trending up imo
  14. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    Anything over 10 carries is gravy if he’s seeing 6-8 targets a game through the air
  15. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    Howard is a ball carrier, Cohen is a playmaker. They will both have their roles, but one can only assume that an offensive coach will be looking to execute his playmaker week to week, who also happens to be a nightmare matchup for just about any defense.