miasma16

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  1. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Shocker that you, of all people, are an irrational Cam Newton supporter.
  2. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Ones that are based on efficiency instead of volume are a starting point. Usually they're plenty to evaluate a QB, though Cam is ironically an example of an exception, because of how badly he'll miss guys on occasion.
  3. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Those are arbitrary and convenient minimums though. If McKinnon gets 270 touches, he's not finishing as RB4. Fantasypros has 12 RBs projected for more touches at this point. I don't understand the point of your post.
  4. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    His ceiling is the same as basically all the other players @SadFaceHappymentioned
  5. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Are you lost?
  6. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    The real football setting? Yeah, none of us have. Pretty hard to translate to Yahoo.
  7. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    He did suck at passing, I can't imagine you're citing Pro Bowl appearances with a straight face, and passing yardage totals mean literally nothing.
  8. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    I think Jerick has gotten compared to about 5 other guys and they're all better every down backs. That said, Houston's line is just an embarrassment to all of us suffering Texans fans year in and year out, so Jerick's ok line in SF is much better. And Houston won't truly give the reigns to anyone; they insisted on giving Alfred Blue, one of the worst NFL running backs I've ever seen, consistent change of pace carries. Lamar never had much chance. But that's only one element of the equation. McKinnon's fantasy prospects hinge on volume. And that, to me, hinges on the health of Breida, as he's the only other back that appears capable of being effective (quite effective, in his case) for the team.
  9. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Is it a coincidence that that's only year of his entire career that he hasn't been painful to watch throwing a football? I'd say yes. He sucked before Kelvin was drafted, too.
  10. Samaje Perine 2018 Outlook

    I'm all aboard, as I imagine he'll be the 30th-40th RB off the board. Plenty of potential, high likelihood of a bust where I spend 0 draft capital and can simply drop him.
  11. Derrius Guice 2018 Outlook

    If he's not ready for the start of the season, his ADP will definitely be lower than that. The opportunity cost is far too great. If he misses even 2 weeks I have to imagine he's more of a 7th rounder, and I'd gladly stash him there, maybe earlier. I'm not giving him even high-end flex status if he's missing that much time, I could definitely have a solid startable free agent RB by Week 3, let alone spending a 5th round pick on someone I can replace.
  12. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Yeah I think Breida may have made a real leap this year, and had the potential to be one of the better change of pace backs in the league, rendering McKinnon overvalued. But if there are a bunch of chumps behind him, he'll get massive volume. Just have to wait and see when Breida will be back.
  13. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, he burned me last year and I would gladly gamble on him again where he's going.
  14. 2018 Sleepers

    He has some of the better hands in the league, so, not that. Was playing through a torn labrum, doesn't separate well, and was the primary wide receiver on the Bills. He's not good enough to be a WR1 on his team yet. I'll take the college sample of his hands pretty comfortably.
  15. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Except that Freeman has been way better because he is way better and more dynamic, and has a way better line, so there's no reason to reach to take McKinnon anywhere near that early.