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  1. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    So much CMC in the Howard thread Here's a reminder of why drafting Howard (especially in the 3rd) is a good idea: Howard has the easiest schedule for running backs in 2018 and has a coach who has been gushing over him all pre-season, seeing him as a three-down back. The guy is locked to have high end volume near 300+ touches in an offense that now has more weapons. He's been working on his catching abilities and although that role may never be a big part of his game thanks to Cohen, he can still hit 35-40 catches at the end of the season (which is 10 catches above his average). I think Howard as your RB2 in both standard and PPR is incredible due to the high volume/TD potential and he can easily put up top 10 numbers by season's end.
  2. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    How did he create a circus? The team didn't look like it was scrambling without him, he publicly came out and stated his intentions of bettering himself and he was posting training videos in the process. Elliott's court dealings were a circus...this was certainly not.
  3. Christian McCaffrey 2018 Outlook

    I was very surprised to see his usage in the first preseason game as well. I was expecting to see CJA spell him on a couple of 1st/2nd downs and especially on the goal line but it never happened. As you stated if this trend continues I'm also going to have to move him up in my ranks.
  4. 2018 Bargain Buys

    Lynch is going in the 5th and I think he returns better value. Benjamin is also a late WR I'm targeting.
  5. Michael Thomas 2018 Outlook

    I'm still not sure who I'd take between JJ and MT but I still think I give the slightest edge to Julio. Sure he's been a bit more boom/bust while MT was very steady last season but he had only 2 games last season where he scored a touchdown (one game with 2 TDs). I think with a second year under his belt with his OC those TD numbers should go up which makes Julio just a tad more valuable for me. Either way regardless of who you take you're gonna have a stud. MT will provide double digit points in 0.5 PPR almost every week.
  6. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    I love this guy as a late round pick. I think he splits much more than people expect with Ajayi. Maybe 60/40 and if he plays as well as he did last year I think that can go to 50/50. That O-line is serious and I expect the Eagles to be up early and often in most games so they will run a lot.
  7. Jeremy McNichos 2018

    After seeing him in Hard Knocks last year, even if he ever became semi fantasy relevant I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot poll. Guy isn't the sharpest tool in the shed and was struggling hard every practice.
  8. Joe Mixon 2018 Outlook

    I doubt if he breaks out it'll be as an RB3. I'm thinking low-end RB1 with top 5 upside. This guy is for real and the only thing holding him back is the coaching staff refusing to use him like they should.
  9. Derrius Guice 2018 Outlook

    Wow looks like the Redskins are drinking the same stuff as the Chargers lately. Bad luck and a shame too he was gonna be good this year.
  10. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    Yup he's a Browns player alright. Seriously though they just can't catch a break with all this s---. Might not be the best to let Gordon spend too much time with him outside of the football field.
  11. Cleveland Browns 2018 Outlook

    They had their chance when they traded Coleman to the Bills
  12. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    No chance he's being labeled as such. The bigger concern is the overall state of the team and offense. I still think regardless of how Bradford and the o-line play, DJ will do just fine as a top 5 overall pick.
  13. Cleveland Browns 2018 Outlook

    Aside from Tyrod being competent QB, I think a lot has to do with what happened to Kizer last year. They threw him and the kid goes winless all season. I don't care who you are, starting off a career like that can destroy a player mentally. I think they want to avoid that at all costs with Baker even though he does have better weapons around him than Kizer ever did.
  14. Evan Engram 2018 Outlook

    I'm 100% with you on that. Dak has always been better spreading the ball around and not force feeding one player. Now that Dez is gone, there won't be anyone crying for the ball and Dak can do what he does best. Also Dallas' defense was quietly decent last year and if they trade for Thomas or if Awuzie and Jones can step up big this year, they will take a big jump. Combine that with an elite O-Line and elite runner and you get a recipe for wins. Either way, every NFC East team is looking pretty strong and none are looking like a basement dweller. Eagles still on top but I can easily see 2 teams making the playoffs and the others being .500 or above. If we get back to Engram now, apparently he's having an excellent camp and is standing out. He's slowly moving up my board.
  15. I’m I the only one I thinks Morris might have gotten banged up on his last run? He took a nice rib shot and hasn’t been back since. Either that or the Cowboys don’t give 2 ***** about how well he was running in the 1st quarter.