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  1. Geronimo Allison 2018 Outlook

    I saw a post on reddit and Allison's name was up there in the top 15 in terms of target share and target depth. He's been a great producer this year. I picked up MVS, but found that someone dropped Allison on the waivers. I imagine Allison should come back and re-take the job? Or, does MVS somehow Wally Pipp him? Rodgers does like Allison, and think Allison can be sneaky top-25 in this offense. Thoughts?
  2. Frank Gore 2018 Outlook

    Sneaky good start next week against Detroit.
  3. Adam Thielen 2018 Outlook

    100 yards 1 TD floor. Yahooooo!
  4. Andrew Luck 2018 Outlook

    Less INTs would be nice. The Bills matchup does scare me- their defense is pretty legit, good pass rush, and Luck is still missing weapons. I liked the "bortles" line he put up yesterday, but I don't know how good of a start he is next week without T.Y. Hard to bench Luck right now though, he's a "must-start" They need him to open things up.
  5. Christian Kirk 2018 Outlook

    Good PPR flex. That's for sure. TD's are impossible to come by but at least you'll get safe points.
  6. Austin Hooper 2018 Outlook

    At this point...you can't argue with the results. Falcons are top-5 right now, roll him week in and week out. Maybe this is the breakout year.
  7. Deshaun Watson 2018 Outlook

    I just feel like this guy may go the RG3 / Vick route. Electric numbers, but can't seem to stay safe and continuously takes hits. Tough to watch.
  8. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    On his 4 solid games in 0.5 PPR, he's averaging about 13 PPG which is mid to low-end RB2. Not bad all things considered. Still room for growth. Again, after those two dud games, I believe we've seen the worst is behind us. That fumble at the goal-line is not a good look though and certainly the coaching staff could remember stuff like that. I'd start him next week though. They'll run a lot if they want a chance to beat the lions.
  9. Keke Coutee 2018 Outlook

    I like the guy. But he definitely depends on Watson going for 250 - 300 yards so he can get his volume. Volatile Wr3.
  10. Chris Godwin 2018 Outlook

    It's fine. He's this year's Agholor. Going to live at the red zone, and is a threat for double digit TD's at this rate. We just have to live with the fact that this guy continues to produce like a top-25 receiver. He had one dud game at the bears, but everyone did. To couple that, if Evans or Jackson goes down, this guy will vault into WR1 status. Book it. He's one of the best WR handcuffs that have individual value in the game. And he's startable right now. I'm going to continue to start him until the wheels fall off.
  11. Tyler Boyd 2018 Outlook

    Anyone is worth selling, but I don't think so. This offense has a very predictable target share model and that's super hard to find in fantasy.
  12. Tyler Boyd 2018 Outlook

    Yesterday was the last chance to "buy low" as his production did not equal is value. Typical player who just quietly produces who you could acquire for cheap just like James white.
  13. Tyler Boyd 2018 Outlook

    As mentioned before, he is the JuJu of this offense. Maybe on pace to be as good as JuJu this year for fantasy purposes. Top-15 play ROS potentially. Golladay type scoring, slightly less.
  14. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Sooooo where's the ypc inefficiency haters now? Dude can legit keep up with Gurley this year. Well, almost. You'll need him to compete against him.
  15. Corey Davis 2018 Outlook

    Oof. Seems like drop city.