Tutex3

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  1. James White 2018 Outlook

    The all-time top of James White is in. I mean thats obvious to everyone, right? Yes, he has a nice carved out role in the offense. Yes, Brady trusts him. Yes, he will have some decent RB2 performances. But to sit here and pretend that his 10 TDs in 9 games was sustainable is delusional. At some point, defenses were going to adjust to the Pat's offense, and White's usage, by bringing pressure and making Brady throw the ball down the field. Also obvious, right? I think White is a decent flex going forward, but if you didn't look to move him at his ALL TIME HIGH price, then you're really just playing checkers.
  2. A.J. Green 2018 Outlook

    Based on what exactly?
  3. George Kittle 2018 Outlook

    You don't sit the best player on a Kyle Shanahan offense. Kittle will get his looks. Maybe it will be a tight end screen, or roll-out throw-back pass, or shovel pass near the end zone. Keep him in your lineups as you normally would. He's too good to sit.
  4. Favorable schedule targets

    John Brown ROS (Pit, bye, Cincy, Oak, @ATL, @KC, TB, @LAC) Big Ben for playoffs (@Oak, NE, @NO)
  5. James White 2018 Outlook

    Much appreciated brotha, you're the man. You're basically the reason I picked up White after drafting Burkhead and wanting to hedge my bets. Thank you!!
  6. John Brown 2018 Outlook

    No doubt in my mind one of the best "buys" in all of fantasy right now. Last game means nothing to me; game flow, heavy dose of Gus Edwards, etc. Like you said, ROS schedule is fantastic (playoffs: wk14@KC, 15vsTB, 16@LAC). We're gonna see one or two week-winning 150/2 performances out of JB coming up. Top 15 ROS
  7. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    We are looking at a no-brainer top 3RB ROS, right? Is there anybody in the league, at any position, that we'd want more than Melvin besides Gurley??
  8. Ezekiel Elliott 2018 Outlook

    May do it??? It's a no-brainer
  9. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    It's Cohen's world , Howard is just living in it
  10. George Kittle 2018 Outlook

    Cool update, dude, keep em coming!
  11. John Brown 2018 Outlook

    Problem is, the perception of Brown doesn't match the production and, in my opinion, outlook of JB. He's a top 20-25WR but I think most owners would find it difficult to get his full value back in trades. Maybe it's his health history, maybe it's the perception that he's a "deep threat" and not an all-around receiver. I'm considering trying to deal one of my top name-brand WRs (Evans, AJG) to upgrade at RB, with the idea that Brown will remain a WR2 but assuming I won't get his true value back in trades. Him and Flacco, mostly Flacco, have left a lot of yards and couple TDs on the field so far this season. I'm very bullish on JB going forward, think he has a legit chance at top 12 production. The talent and speed is obviously there, now it's clear he is in Flacco's circle of trust getting 14 targets last game. Brown is a HODL or even a buy at his current price. He's undervalued
  12. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Yes Bell is very good, but is he THAT good?? No, no he isn't. It's difficult to be a once in a generation player when you're not a top 3 RB in the league, currently. The closest thing to this type of player, at this position, is Barkley. Gurley is right there too, but don't tell me Bell is. Dude needs mega volume to put up elite numbers.
  13. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    What kind of ish is that? Dude's a decent in-between the tackles runner, far from team's best player.
  14. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    That's about as bad as it gets, brotha! Teams can't focus too much on KG with Tate and Jones around, that's obvious right?