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  1. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    That's exactly the point I was making. Clearing those players out makes Chubb a lock for the 2nd/3rd next year if things continue to go well.
  2. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    I kinda feel like even if he only has one or two more blow-up games and the rest of the season he does what he has been doing (scoring in that 10-15 point range in half-ppr) he will consistently be going in the 2nd/3rd round next season.. Due to recency bias and offseason RB hype in addition to solid on-field performance he could easily supplant Jordan Howard, Devonta Freeman, Derrick Henry (seriously), LeSean McCoy, Alex Collins, etc.. all of which had an ADP of the 2nd or 3rd round according to Yahoo.
  3. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Sports talk is so hyperbolic, we're talking about a team that just had a 6-game winning streak like they're 2-9 because they lost a game in a league that is incredibly difficult to be consistent in not only week to week but year to year. They got bopped by a bad Miami team last year too but that really didn't seem to be relevant in the end despite people claiming it was "all over" for the Pats and things "feel different this year" after that game. This weeks game again looked like a case of the o-line not being able to protect which forces Brady into "heave it and whatever happens happens" mode that he is so accustomed to doing when he's under pressure/frustrated. The bye is coming at a perfect time for the Patriots, they're gonna be fine. We have this conversation on these forums at least twice a year regarding Brady/Pats players
  4. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Well his " NFL Highlights" video was posted here on Sunday night (page 48 for me) which I suppose is different as it doesn't contain every single carry but rather just the relevant ones including the 92 yarder.
  5. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Playing the role of diffuser here, I think he's just referring to the fact that the video had already been posted in this thread.
  6. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    I've been subjected to watching a ton of Packer games having lived in Wisconsin for 8+ years and I can assure you McCarthy brings nothing to the table scheme wise. They run a very simple offense that is reliant on Rodgers ability to improvise with his receivers once the initial play breaks down, this worked wonders when their pass catching crew was stacked (Nelson, Jennings, Jones, Cobb, Finley) due to the chemistry that had developed amongst those players over time. Fast forward to recent years where it's been a revolving door at 3rd WR, TE, and Cobb constantly being hurt and McCarthy's lack of creativity is being exposed. Anyways, no matter what though the big play is always a possibility with Rodgers throwing the ball, it seems like Graham and Adams dominate the red zone but MVS can be very fantasy relevant moving the chains for GB.
  7. DeAndre Hopkins 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, that's what happens when you find soft spots in an opponents coverage. I'm guessing you're referring to his long TD.. re-watch the play, the secondary on the right side fully bit on the play-action and moved up, Hopkins crossed over to that side and was in a completely open zone. Breakdowns in coverage still happen even if a specific player is designed to be doubled.
  8. DeAndre Hopkins 2018 Outlook

    Teams that don't have a "shut down corner" already were doubling Hopkins and have done so in the past. It's part of the reason Fuller was able to have so many chunk plays and TDs consistently.
  9. DeAndre Hopkins 2018 Outlook

    Don't think the Fuller injury will change much of anything ,It might even help his TD upside. Hopkins has proven over the past several years that the only thing that can really hinder his abilities is Brock Osweiler. Coverage won't change much as he already garners double coverage and shadow coverage from teams that employ it (he also has proven his knack for catching contested throws is second to none), his targets will likely increase by a couple per game, and Watson appears to be throwing the ball better. Overall WR1, 2 or 3 finish is very easily in play here.
  10. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Brady and McDaniels quite clearly want to get this guy going, they called his number early and had designed plays to get him involved. Brady and Co. have been talking him up lately and it's showing that they view him as a major piece of this offense and not just a guy taking over Dorsett's role. If Brady and Gordon continue to build a connection together and Gordon takes advantage of the opportunities the offense provides him there should be quite a few WR1 weeks ahead.
  11. Rob Gronkowski 2018 Outlook

    Patriots are playing good "real football" (at least on offense) but unfortunately that doesn't mean much for fantasy football. They ran the ball a lot last night and were playing keep away for a majority of the game, Gronk being a great blocking TE played a huge factor into how they used him.. As we saw though, when the chips were down and the Pats needed to move the ball through the air they went to Gronk, his usage is seemingly game plan dependent right now.
  12. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Nah despite my extreme dislike for McDaniels I gotta believe that they learned their lesson after trying to establish the run in the 2nd quarter down 14 to the Lions.
  13. Kyle Juszczyk 2018 Outlook

    He got a TD pass, and TD reception and yards for FanDuel and daily fantasy sites like that
  14. Kyle Juszczyk 2018 Outlook

    I genuinely don't feel any worse about using him VS. using Morris in PPR. There were 13 targets that went to RBs last week and 9 the week before, Morris hit his career high in targets last week with 5 so it's fairly safe to assume that Juszczyk should see another 5-6+ targets this week with Morris likely reverting back to his standard 2-3 targets. Just gotta hope GB can put up early points on SF.
  15. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Regardless of your beliefs on snap counts as an entireity, I think it's fairly safe to say that snap count is a viable metric to look at in Josh Gordon's case currently. The anticipation lies in that Gordon should supplant one of the WRs currently with New England and become a key component within the offense, along with that comes a higher snap count by nature. Ideally Gordon becomes the Pats WR1 or 2, which in turn means he would than be schemed into the offense more frequently as he is on the field much more than his current WR4 role. But I understand what you mean, a wounded players snap count isn't as impactful as a healthy one on a new team, they're circumstantial, but under these circumstances I think they're completely fair to evaluate.