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  1. Tyrod Taylor 2018 Outlook

    Super high on Taylor. Was a very tough day to throw the football last week, but he's dialed in with Landry and he hit the big play to Gordon as well.
  2. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    White and Barner aren't guys that can take more than 5-10 carries a game at most. Michel and Burkhead are going to EAT. I love Michel though because I don't trust Rexy's durability over the long haul.
  3. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    Losing feeling in your fingers due to an elbow injury is certainly a bad sign. I don't see any way that he plays this weekend and it could be a long term injury from what I just read on ulnar nerves or whatever (not a doctor).
  4. Any thoughts? Out of my 8 leagues, this is what I'm down to decision wise unless Crowder or Engram are unexpectedly out. 1st league (PPR, Pick 2/3)- Robby Anderson, Corey Davis, Emmanuel Sanders (Leaning towards Sanders and Davis as Darnold is making his debut but outside of that its a decent matchup for Robby) 2nd league (PPR, Pick 1)- Robby Anderson or Michael Crabtree (Complete toss up as Crabtree could end up with White on him and Anderson's QB play/potential for Slay is bad)
  5. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    I don't think BB will agree with you on that
  6. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    Interested in others thoughts in this discussion.
  7. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    I have a bad feeling that Jeremy Hill could snake this job somehow. I have Michel and Hill in one league due to that feeling. Burkhead has always struggled staying healthy and Michel is fumble prone and not the power type back that Hill is/can be in a good spot.
  8. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    No way the Packers don't try out both Jones and Williams in lead back roles this season IMO. Why not see what both guys can do with Rodgers healthy and everything back to somewhat normal OL wise as well. Determine who they like best and stick with them.
  9. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    Well, considering Aaron Jones is a better runner and TMont a much better 3rd down receiving threat, I'll take these guys ahead of him currently Hyde (no brainer) Dion Lewis (PPR no brainer) Coleman (PPR for sure) Barber (3 down back yes please) Burkhead/Michel (if I had 1/2 other RB's by then, I'd gamble on those guys potentially)
  10. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    No way I'm touching him in the 5th-6th round. You can get much more reliable RB's in those rounds. I have one share of him in my five leagues. Should have snatched him up in a couple others earlier on, but I just worry that he's Eddie Lacy in an offense that COULD be playing Ty Montgomery a lot in the passing game.
  11. Rate my PPR squad (WHIR)

    If Mack is healthy for Week 1 then I won't be dropping him for sure. I'd rather drop Matthews. I'm not as deep at WR as I'd like but my RB depth is something I never have.
  12. Rate my PPR squad (WHIR)

    I'm hoping it doesn't come to that but I'll probably drop Matthews pre Week 1 if it does.
  13. RB2 worthy, pick one.

    Drake- Volume should be huge as Gore is terrible and Ballage has flopped so far McCoy- Wild card due to suspension and such but volume will be huge Mixon- Early down back and should be better but still not high on Collins- Still scared of Dixon for some reason and he's not in on 3rd down
  14. Rate my Team- 100% WHIR

    Very solid for a 14 team league. I'm guessing your leaguemates went QB very early with some of those steals. WHIR