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  1. Dante Pettis 2018 Outlook "2nd and 2, San Francisco 30-yard line Garoppolo fakes a handoff to the running back and instead gives the ball to a charging Dante Pettis for a sweep." "1st and 35, Houston 37-yard line Garoppolo takes a shotgun snap and waits a few moments before throwing a deep strike that hits Dante Pettis’ hands and bounces into the arms of Johnson Bademosi. Garoppolo’s night is done." Results weren't great obviously, but got a look on both of Jimmy G's drives, a jet sweep and a deep shot. I like how this is shaping up.
  2. Keelan Cole 2018 Outlook

    Godwin looks good, but he's got a lot of talent around him, more than Cole, and particularly in the RZ. The dudes you mention are probably going to need to be scoring TD's to be relevant as they'll be hard pressed to catch sixty or so passes. Mike Williams was hurt so who knows, but I like Ekeler as the value pick for LAC. Woodhead has only been gone a couple seasons. Kirk and Gallup are getting hype, but so are about ten other rookie WR's. Gallup may get drafted ahead of Hurns in some leagues so he's less of a value. John Brown, I'm gonna pass. Rather take Paul Richardson. Similar role, better QB, better health track record. I like Golladay about equal to Cole. If those are my 3/4 WRs I'm happy.
  3. Rex Burkhead 2018 Outlook

    Get the Ralph Webb thread going.
  4. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    Did he ever take over RZ work from Buck? Kinda important, because he was doing the dirty work last year, but not scoring very well.
  5. 2018 NFL Preseason Week 2 Game Thread

    How's my guy Trey Quinn looking?
  6. Samaje Perine 2018 Outlook

    Kelley was hurt most of last season. Broken ribs and maybe a twisted ankle. As the world's only Fat Rob fan it was a bummer.
  7. 2018 WR Rankings and Discussion

    PPR WR crunching Dudes with interesting combos of high ypr and catch rates of 50% or better. Jones and Anderson serve as brackets. Basically I'm wondering who is likely to get into that 60 catch range with excellent ypr to maximize per touch fantasy production. M. Jones = 61 cth / 18.0 ypr / 57% rate Cole = 42 / 17.8 / 50.6 M. Goodwin = 56 / 17.2 / 53.3 Golladay = 28 / 17 / 58.3 Juju = 58 / 15.8 / 73.4 P. Richardson = 44 / 16 / 55 C. Godwin = 34 / 15.4 / 61.8 R. Matthews = 53 / 15 / 60.9 R. Anderson = 63 / 14.9 / 55.3 My "are you going to outperform Mohammed Sanu?" baseline. Sanu = 67 / 10.5 / 69.8 Hurns = 39 / 12.4 / 69.6 Allison = 23 / 11 / 59
  8. Nelson Agholor 2018 Outlook

    I guess my baseline for a wr is "are you definitely going to outperform Mohammed Sanu this year?". If not, I can't draft you. I think I'm going to pass on Agholor. Hollins I could see.
  9. Ricky Seals-Jones 2018 Outlook "The Cardinals drew first blood with an impressive first drive orchestrated by starting quarterback Sam Bradford. He completed both passes he attempted, one to Ricky Seals-Jones and one to Larry Fitzgerald." Target share has been settled.
  10. Samaje Perine 2018 Outlook

    I'm going Fat Rob. He's primed.
  11. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    With fewer touches Gordon's efficiency likely improves. EKeler was one of the most efficient players in the league last year, i believe. It benefits the offense as a whole.
  12. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    This offense is likely to spread the ball more. I believe they look to Ekeler and Gordon as Kamara/Ingram type splits.
  13. Alex Collins 2018 Outlook

    Collins noted that he's coming into training camp a bit heavier. He added five pounds to his 200-pound frame "just to see how that feels," but is still maintaining the stamina and strength he's always had.
  14. Jake Kumerow 2018 Outlook

    Ekeler seems like the guy to me. Skip the WRs.
  15. Nelson Agholor 2018 Outlook

    I didn't look real close last year, did SS actually look good? I feel like Agholor is way more interesting than SS.