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  1. Chris Hogan 2018 Outlook

    Cant get em all right. Funny I don’t hear too much chirping re: Barkley, Lockett v Baldwin, Alshon, Mahomes, Boyd, Henry v Lewis, etc. etc. I was wrong on Patterson too. Funny thing is neither have been on a roster of mine for weeks, but good one. Not sure how Hogan goes from one of the top deep threats to useless, oh well.
  2. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    it's not all he can do - power/hands/pass protection, he just doesn't have the "omg freak sparq swag" this board falls in love with. He's a good, complete RB who isn't perfect - but excels in certain areas that will lead to significant reps/touches.
  3. Jay Ajayi 2018 Outlook

    Ajayi's thread will only be active if he gets hurt or has a bad game. Read the Thursday night game thread through the first half ... people were ready to jump off bridges, now all is right with the world because he scored. I actually like Ajayi a lot - but watch this thread ignite if/when Sproles or Clement steal a redzone TD. I would package him for a stud WR if possible, but he's a fine RB2 in his own right.
  4. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    and yet, one goes 3rd round ... while Williams is also the better back in the passing game.
  5. Javorius "Buck" Allen 2018 Outlook

    Buck Allen is the annual proof of everyone trying to outsmart themselves for the shiny new "upside" and ignoring the quality option staring them right in the face. Collins is no sure thing - at all - and Dixon is a china doll with yet another injury (I think he's been injured 3 times this year already, counting camp) 10-12 touches a game with some redzone work and the only road block to starting is a back with ball security issues. No reason he can't put up another 800 yard / 50 reception type season, at least.
  6. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    he literally drags defenders on his first 2 carries, showed excellent hands and elite pass protection ability all season - but ok. I don't actually care who any of you roster, but the hate on this guy is absolutely absurd.
  7. Peyton Barber 2018 Outlook

    Look around at the Bucs offense - he's an RB getting 15+ touches in an offense that will move the ball at will on a lot of defenses. There aren't many RBs I'd rather have than him.
  8. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    This x 1,000 There's also the fact GB chose to draft Williams a round before Jones - which a lot of people choose to ignore for some reason. Apparently Williams "looks slow" while he's running through/away from defenders.
  9. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    sick pass block joke - fortunately people that actually understand reality football realize how important it is
  10. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    definitely drop the most complete RB on the Packers power, hands, pass protection ... definitely not worth a roster spot.
  11. Quincy Enunwa 2018 Outlook

    if the lions weren't such an embarrassment and the jets actually had to keep playing his stat line would've put him as the unanimous #1 overall waiver claim. this team has no TE worth mentioning, Kearse is nothing special, and Anderson's a headcase who can run straight lines really fast. Darnold, and the staff, love Enunwa. He is the best, most complete offensive weapon on the Jets - who are nowhere near as bad a team as some think. I wouldn't be shocked if they pushed for a wildcard in the AFC (4 games against Buf/Mia help)
  12. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    ... the Bears defense is loaded, and it was week 1. I am not starting him this week - because Minnesota is even worse matchup, but calm down. literally gets rave reviews all summer and saw 15 carries despite having to go pass heavy and catch up. unbelievable.
  13. Chris Hogan 2018 Outlook

    thanks, 20 receptions and 200+ yards are missing - good stuff this Jags D is very good, but they are not some impenetrable forcefield.
  14. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    it was a 1 score game inside the 10 yard line and a power run play was called between the tackles - yeah, great sign for Henry's outlook.
  15. Adrian Peterson 2018 Outlook

    I own AP in every single money league - and part of the reason why is, age aside, I don't see any reason he won't be as productive as a lot of RBs going 3rd round If you can package him for a 1/2 rounder, sure. I've got him in the Ajayi/Drake/Collins tier and starting him with confidence. He looked excellent - and even with a declining skill set is still on par with backs like Alex Collins.