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  1. Quincy Enunwa 2018 Outlook

    Agree with everyone that Enunwa’s usage shouldn’t change against a stout D, and it may even improve. Feel the same way about Landry. Think this is a good Bilal Powell game in PPR as well. Total CSB here, but for those who are scared of TNF, I’m going all in, starting Hyde, Enunwa, Landry and Browns D. Either going to love this or really hate it.
  2. Tyler Boyd 2018 Outlook

    Cincy has historically supported a 2nd WR with the right skill set. Sanu and Marvin Jones come to mind. I grabbed Boyd off waivers in a 12 team PPR league (dropping Devante Parker). He’s getting the targets and has the skills. That’s sort of the equation for WR success in PPR...
  3. Bilal Powell 2018 Outlook

    Browns D is underrated. In PPR I’d start Powell over Crowell. But I wouldn’t start him unless I had no better option.
  4. Ronald Jones 2018 Outlook

    Would rather stash Ito Smith, Spencer Ware, Wayne Gallman, Jaquizz or (don’t laugh) Frank Gore in redraft, if you’re looking for that volume RB if the starter goes down. Now in dynasty, it’s a whole different story.
  5. Jarvis Landry 2018 Outlook

    If he plays, I’m playing him. The matchup with Skrine is good, but I worry about Landry getting injured when Skrine commits multiple flagrant face masks and horse collars flailing for Landry in desperation as Landry roasts Skrine on most routes. Skrine has been outmatched by most quick receivers for a few seasons, and Landry is quicker and a better route runner than most. Only thing to fear in this matchup is (1) TNF and (2) Landry starting but not finishing the game due to the injury that limited him all week.
  6. A.J. Green 2018 Outlook

    Ryan’s star isn’t exactly shining bright of late. (I dropped him for Tyrod Taylor...CSB). But that aside, Dalton is willing to force balls to AJG and that’s seemingly his first look every drop back, particularly in the red zone. For whatever reason, whether it’s QB, OC, or supporting cast, Jones doesn’t get that treatment, and oddly it’s like he’s a red zone afterthought over the past couple of seasons. I think that’s what he was saying about not picking Jones’s QB and OC.
  7. Carlos Hyde 2018 Outlook

    When you draft an RB2 at an RB4 price, week 2 isn’t the time to offload him, especially when week 1s game was a soggy slugfest in weather conditions mostly not conducive to passing. The Browns offense has a chance to be quite productive this season with Taylor, Landry, and Jesus Christ Gordon, which should soften the box a little for the run game. This is the part of the season where you ride him and enjoy the high returns on a relatively cheap investment. The volume appears to be there for Hyde. If he has several good weeks, that’s the time to sell high, when the waiver wire has dried up and a team or two in your league has lost a starting RB and is getting desperate.
  8. DeVante Parker 2018 Outlook

    I think Parker is worth stashing for a few weeks. We’ve seen one game in the post-Landry world, and it was a bizarre weather game with lengthy stoppages. There are a lot of targets to go around out there now that Landry is gone, and Parker is the most versatile in terms of size, speed, and route tree. Stills may be more productive in standard, but Parker has a chance to be a very good PPR WR.
  9. Pierre Garcon 2018 Outlook

    That’s fair. I’m sure you read it, but I believe strongly in the viewpoint taobball set out above. Not all targets are the same, and I don’t really think Garcon and Goodwin have that much overlap in terms of the targets they compete for. I think when Goodwin is playing, opposing defenses have to worry much more about where to focus their attention, and Garcon is more likely to get a higher volume. I don’t think they have the same dilemma when it’s Garcon/Pettis with Kittle. There are plenty of targets to go around, IMO, and Garcon will get more quality, catchable looks against softer coverage when Goodwin is playing, even if he might get more raw targets when Goodwin isn’t.
  10. Pierre Garcon 2018 Outlook

    Goodwin sitting hurts Garcon, not helps, unless it’s against a D with no cover corner at all.
  11. Patrick Mahomes II 2018 Outlook

    Don’t you screw thid up for both of us.
  12. Game Day Weather 2018

    Landry’s game could benefit from this weather, especially in PPR. In strong winds, the deep ball is much more impacted than short throws. If anything, Tyrod ought to be looking to his safety nets more. TEs, RBs, and Landry’s underneath stuff. I would temper expectations for huge receiving yardage but I could see a high number of receptions for Landry.
  13. Patrick Mahomes II 2018 Outlook

    I’m playing both. It’s sort of a hedge. If mahomes plays a stinker, it seems most likely to be due to TOs, which would be a boost to the Chargers D. Mahomes could play lights out and the chargers D still be a serviceable D with some sacks, ST TD, or fumbles from other players. Hard to see a scenario where Mahomes tanks AND chargers D tanks. At least, that’s how I’m playing it.
  14. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    Just checked and I remembered wrong. It was the 6th round in both drafts, not 7th. Point stands that if you can get the Kamara/Ingram pair in the first and 5th/6th (depending on league size), you wind up with an elite RB1 for the first 4 games, then an RB1 at worst after that, with potentially 2 RB1s if they both return to late 2017 usage, and if one goes down for an extended period the other becomes an elite RB1. Crazy things can happen but today it seems failsafe.
  15. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    In two leagues where I have taken Kamara first round (10 teasers), I have gotten Ingram in the 7th. Such a no brained when you draft an RB at a bargain price who will have standalone value and who is a can’t fail million dollar insurance policy for your first round pick. If something happens to Kamara, suddenly Ingram is a top 5 RB (and he’s shown the ability to be top 10 with Kamara).