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  1. To be fair the Raiders led for what, 54 minutes? That's such a foreign concept for this team I don't think they knew what to do with them self.
  2. Unstartable? In PPR he was WR13 week 1, WR20 week 2, WR17 week 3, and overall the 10th ranked receiver so far on the year. He also has more targets than Juju, Amari Cooper, and Davante Adams.
  3. Looks like there's a chance this is the end for an all time great. Through 2 games he's 1/3 on field goals and 2/5 on extra points.
  4. 118.8 QBR though, looks like QB1 potential ROS.
  5. I was wrong, Scary Terry is our savior. I'm sorry for ever doubting you.
  6. Looks like there's a chance the Pats are without James White this week.
  7. You said "I’d expect a guy to not throw 1.5x as many picks as TDs no matter his coach, experience, or WRs.", this was just 7 examples of some pretty good quarterbacks that had years where they threw a good amount more interceptions than touchdowns early in their careers. Most quarterbacks put on an average team would just be mediocre but Goff is in this situation. It's not a secret good coaching makes quarterbacks better. This whole offense benefits from McVay and you can't blame Goff for his inconsistencies. He was just as inconsistent when he had Drew Brees and Tom Brady throwing the ball.
  8. Jared Goff his rookie year: 2.4% touchdown, 3.4% interception. Following season: 5.9% touchdown, 1.5% interception. Brett Favre his 3rd year: 3.6% touchdown, 4.6% interception. Following season: 5.7% touchdown, 2.4% interception. Dres Brees his 3rd year: 3.1% touchdown, 4.2% interception. Following season: 6.2% touchdown, 1.8% interception. Eli Manning his rookie year: 3.0% touchdown, 4.6% interception. Following season: 4.3% touchdown, 3.1% interception. Ben Roethlisberger his 3rd year: 3.8% touchdown, 4.9% interception. Following season: 7.9% touchdown, 2.7% interception. Matt Stafford rookie season: 3.4% touchdown, 5.3% interception. 3rd season (only played 3 games year 2): 6.2% touchdown, 2.4% interception. John Elway rookie season: 2.7% touchdown, 5.4% interception. Second season: 4.7% touchdown, 3.9% interception.
  9. You're discounting just how bad of a coach Jeff Fisher was for this offense. Just look how bad Gurley was in 2016 compared to 2017. It's not some big shock a QB makes a lot of progress in his second year. His rookie year he has to learn the playbook, build chemistry with his receivers, get acclimated to the speed of the game, etc. He also went from having Britt/Austin/Quick at WR to having Kupp/Woods/Watkins his second year. Then upgraded last year from Watkins to Cooks and Kupp/Woods had another year in the offense to get acclimated.
  10. I wouldn't worry about Reed too much, Vernon Davis had 7 targets in week 1 and Terry still produced. Davis will go back to being irrelevant and Reed will just take back that role in the offense.
  11. As an Aaron Jones owner I would decline that so fast.
  12. George Kittle's best comparable is Dustin Keller. The comparable players on that site can be strange at times.
  13. Athletically, he is a freak of nature: https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/darren-waller/
  14. This is my favorite movie franchise that’s been released in years, cannot wait to see what happens next. Marvel wishes they could release a saga this entertaining and unpredictable.
  15. Deep 3 WR league, it was between Geronimo, Anthony Miller (same result), and Albert Wilson. I preferred Geronimo or Miller over Wilson so I couldn't wait.