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  1. Derrick Henry 2017 Outlook

    I just hid a full page. Let's keep this topic on Henry and his general situation or value, and not whether the points were on your bench, who you traded him for, who you dropped him for, etc. If you can't contain yourself, please use one of the appropriate threads below. Specific lineup decisions can be discussed here. http://forums.rotoworld.com/forum/26-assistant-coach-help-forum/
  2. James White 2017 Season Outlook

    Well, I guess i missed that one.
  3. James White 2017 Season Outlook

    Do you have a source on this? Even if Amendola is out, they should have at least 4. (Mitchell, Cooks, Hogan, Dorsett). Could drastically change some of my daily lineups if they are rolling out that understaffed. White (and Burkhead, given his passing targets last week) could benefit bigtime, especially in PPR.
  4. D'Onta Foreman 2017 Season Outlook

    I'm a dynasty owner, so I'm more in for his long term potential, but there's a situation where Foreman becomes a viable back this year. For it to be a great lotto pick, Brown has to come back at LT, instantly improving the line (the potential for improvement is a big factor that a team like Seattle doesn't have). Watson has to continue to improve (also likely as he just made his first start), allowing the threat of either the QB run game or the pass. For max return, Miller needs to go down. If those 3 things happen, I can easily see a situation where he's getting 20-25 carries a game and putting up 80-100 yards with fairly high TD chances pretty regularly. Houston wants to run the ball, control the clock, and let the defense make plays. The usage for RB will be there, and Foreman would be a fairly hyped rookie in almost any other class. I don't expect it this year. I don't own him in redraft, and only the absolutely most RB-destitute dynasty team should be starting him right now. But the guy clearly has talent, and he plays for one of the teams most likely to give an RB a lot of opportunity if he proves he can handle it.
  5. Todd Gurley 2017 Season Outlook

    The big thing keeping me from getting excited was the defense he did it against. I'm a "hater," but last game screamed good match-up (and I liked him enough to play in daily as a result). I want to see how he does against a competent defense before I come around to him in season long. I think trying to sell to an overactive owner would still be best way to get season long return of you can.
  6. 5.1, same as Zeke. With fewer fumbles.
  7. Under. Oh, wait, sorry, my yardage predictor must have rolled over 1000. It only displays 3 digits.
  8. In my dynasty league, I need Youngoo Koo to put up about 50 points while Peterson and Rivers have so many negative points they cancel out the positive points I need from Diggs in daily). It's a rebuild, and let's just say that starting Kyle Juszcyzk at 2.7 points in one of my RB spots was the correct call. In my redraft league flexable QB PPR league, we don't do H2H until playoffs, but to call a top half finish as a win, I need 40-50 from Cook and Keenan Allen (Brady struggles and losing A Rob early really hurt me). In my daily tourney entry (PPR), I need Diggs and Gordon to combine for about 30 to lock up in the money, with the more the better. In my daily double up entry (PPR), I need the Monday games to not produce a ton of big scorers.
  9. Romo almost a full yard per attempt better than Eli. 42% more TD's per INT. 5.5% completion percentage 4 fewer attempts per passing touchdown. Better yards per carry (just for the completely meaningless fun of it) Eli has more total stats in categories by virtue of more starts. But any rate statistic Romo is beating him. Anyway, bedtime for me. Have to get to work early tomorrow.
  10. Who is better. A QB who plays for 10 years and has 300 TDs, or a QB that plays for 15 years and has 300 career TDs? The first QB is the better QB scorer.
  11. And Romo was better in that regard but is almost universally regarded as a choker.
  12. I've seen OBJ's logic defying catches, but I don't think I've ever seen one I like better than that.
  13. Still 100% the O-line's fault, right?