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  1. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    I agree with this.
  2. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Is it possible they view Chubb as the generational RB he could have been pre-injury? Then it would maybe make sense to draft him in round 2 despite having other needs. Also I think they can get out of the Hyde contract next year without too much issue. And maybe they wind up trading Duke if Chubb can catch passes?
  3. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    Haha this is how I feel and why based on Cooper’s still high ADP I’m unlikely to own him anywhere
  4. Ball Velocity: Does It Matter?

    I think on the extremes it matters. Just don’t be an outlier
  5. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    Anyone he watched Carson play saw that he had the ability to be very good in the NFL. Did the injury rob him of his ability? I doubt it. He was by far the best RB on Seattle until he got hurt. I think he will be the lead RB unless the injury proves to be catastrophic.
  6. Christine Michael 2018 Outlook

    50-50 he’s cut by the end of camp or more like 75/25???
  7. Jeremy Hill 2018 Outlook

    Well Jeremy Hill gets a second chance. Let’s see what he does with it
  8. Case Keenum 2018 Outlook

    I like the landing spot. He’s going to be a good value and post QB1 numbers some weeks
  9. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    Carson showed enough that if he is healthy I think he’s the guy. So the key will be is he on track with his recovery and so far so good.
  10. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    With Gordon, the only question is can he stay sober. If he does that he’s an elite WR. Actually he was an elite WR while not sober so he might become the GOAT if sober for the rest of his career.
  11. Le'veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    One of my league mates said that Bell came out today saying he would not miss games holding out and that worst case he would play under the franchise. Is this true? edit: I found it... https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.numberfire.com/nfl/player-news/74622/steelers-le-veon-bell-will-play-in-2018/amp
  12. Saquon Barkley - Career

    I think he has a chance to be the GOAT when all is said and done. And why I think Cleveland should take him 1st overall.
  13. 2018 Rookie RB Class

    All RBs. Assuming good landing spots for all. Then at 1.06 hoping Chubb/Penny/Michel (less likely) fall to me. At 1.09, maybe Ronald Jones since he’s been falling post combine. I don’t love him so might cross him off my lists. John Kelly, Justin Jackson, or Kellen Ballage is in the mix at 1.09. At 1.12 I might be tempted to draft DJ Moore if he is sitting there. Maybe Mark Walton who I still really like.
  14. Le'veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    Well they are doing it this way because it benefits the Steelers. They are minimizing their risk and retaining control. It shouldn’t be allowed.
  15. Le'veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    I agree with you that I would pay Bell. But I’m not the Steelers. What you are failing to account for is your future sales in this example. Rb more than any other position does not have a long shelf life. Teams do not pay for past but rather future production. The Steelers are probably more worried about that than you or I. Someone will pay Bell and they may or may not get the value of that contract out of him. All this goes away if the system did away with the franchise tag which will never happen.