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  1. Josh Gordon 2018 Season Outlook

    I can't wait for the morons in my auction league to bid Josh up because they know I want him. He should still be the cheapest big play wr in both auction and snake drafts. It's easy to go for the high volume ppr guy like a Garcon or Tate but it's the big play guy that gets you chunky plays with a TD who wins you weeks. Tyrod will connect with Gordon on alot of chunky big plays and td's.
  2. Ezekiel Elliot 2018 Season Outlook

    I'm of the view that you are going to see a very slow Dallas offense and you will not see big chunky plays moving the ball downfield quickly and putting up points. I mean I could be surprised if Gallup becomes a stud as a rookie or Hurns becomes a stud (woods/goodwin did it after leaving BuFF). I mean Garret use to be considered and offensive genius correct?
  3. Saquon Barkley 2018 Season Outlook

    We did on but moreso in the giants team thread. As packersfan has mentioned the torrential flood of fan boy video propaganda in this thread has pushed out other posts. I thought the josh Gordon threads of olde were ridiculous but fun with rabid fanboys (including myself) but Saquon Lover Boy Fan #1 has taken this thread hostage.
  4. Ezekiel Elliot 2018 Season Outlook

    i keep going back and forth about the value of zeke away from being a talented volume rb. I keep thinking back to that Denver game last season when they literally shut the Dallas offense down by shutting Zeke down;will that be a rae occurence this season or more of the norm? Dallas doesnt look that good on paper vs the rest of the NFC however, every season they produce a fantasy stud.. It's like you 're forced to think twice betting against the Cowboys players.
  5. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    I sometimes want to scream at people who talk about regression and efficiency "it's the offense stupid!". Do people not comprehend the offensive genius of Payton? Sure his defenses were terrible but this guy can put his offensive talent in a position to put points on the board every game. I don't think you hear many people say 'Payton is not using player x to his ability or wasting his talent'. Kamara EXECUTED on his touches within the scheme of the plays being called and then he took it up a notch with his ability to make defenders miss. Last season was not a fluke, an exceptional talent such as Kamara can do nothing but be a stud player with Payton running the show.
  6. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    it was the potential 3 headed rb monster that scared people early season. No one knew what he distribution would be. Thankfully for those who grabbed Kamara in the first 3 weeks after his use in game 1, payton ended the AP experiment.
  7. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    So many worried about kamara regressing and talking about the so called league winning generational talents on other teams which are not as good as the Saints offense. Is anyone betting on the Saints being a crappy offense this season? I hope the defense sux because that means kamara who is gamescript proof gets more targets, Let's recap why Kamara is a legit stud and not some statistical fluke Alvin Kamara: *7.7 yards per touch on offense this season, the highest single-season rate of production among all players with at least 200 touches in NFL history. *Joined Gale Sayers as the only other rookie to have 5 rushing, 5 receiving and 1 kickoff return scores. *14 total touchdowns *1,554 total yards *The only running back in NFL history to have at least 75 total yards in eight straight games without having more than 17 touches in any of those games. *The longest current streak in the NFL at eight games with at least three catches and five rushing attempts. The next longest active streak is three. (The Cardinals’ David Johnson has a streak of 21 games going, but he hasn’t played since Week 1.) AND Team rank offensive points per game Sean Payton Era 2017 #4 2016 #2 2015 #5 2014 #6 2013 #4 2012 #2 2011 #1 2010 #7 2009 #1 2008 #1 2007 #12 2006 #3 I'll bet on Peyton's track record as an offensive genius which produced the first NFL pair of rb's on the same team to each get 1500 total yards in a season. kamara can't be a fluke on an offense that consistently moves the ball and scores points. You don't need a ton of volume on the Saints offense because the coach knows how to put his players in a position to successfully execute and put points on the board. The offense is built to attack a defense for 4 full quarters, there is no ball control milk the clock philosophy. I'll make the bet that kamara will finish as a top 5 ppr rb.
  8. New York Giants 2018 Season Outlook

    Dan Pizzuta of Big Blue View: What was the biggest surprise move the team made - or didn’t make - this offseason? Probably the all-in approach on a 37-year-old Eli Manning. A big focus of the offseason was improving the players around Manning. Nate Solder was made the highest paid offensive tackle in the league. The Giants drafted Saquon Barkley second overall and got guard Will Hernandez in the second round. Everything the front office and coaching staff has said since taking over has centered around the idea that Manning still has a few years left in the tank, even if that might be a questionable decision. There’s not really a concrete backup plan in case it’s shown there’s not as much left in the tank as believed, especially against a first-half schedule that’s one of the toughest in the league. There’s last year’s third-round pick Davis Webb, who got no time last season even after the year was lost, and this year’s fourth-round pick Kyle Lauletta, but either would have to be a fairly decent outlier to be considered a true quarterback of the future.
  9. Saquon Barkley 2018 Season Outlook

    Darnold may not see the field this season until the jets are mathematically eliminated from all playoff contention. i don't expect mcown and Bridgewater to roll over for the rookie to get on the field
  10. Saquon Barkley 2018 Season Outlook

    yeah like Zeke was called a generational talent and Fournette one too and surprise surprise they became solid NFL players Funny thing is I don't recall anyone in the forums stating that barkley would be a bad fantasy or real world player. The debate was about should the Giants have drafted him/rb with a #2 pick but you know some people feel the need to revise events to fit their own delusions
  11. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    AND most importantly Kamara plays on the Saints offense and Barkley on the GIANTS offense which would negate the physical advantages barkley has Since 2006, Kamara’s performance last season ranked first among rookies in yards per carry (6.1), yards after contact per carry (3.83), receiving yards per route run (2.81) and Pro Football Focus’ elusive rating (108.5).
  12. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    Those are all fair points in the article and if Kamara was an avg pass catching rb then I would agree 100% however he isn't an avg pass catchin rb and payton is not an avg offensive coach. The Saints move the ball and scoe td's, the joker rb is integral to their success. Std i wouldnt touch kamara with a high pick but in PPR he is as in the top tier.
  13. Brandin Cooks 2018 Season Outlook

    Both spellings come from kilt wearers
  14. Brandin Cooks 2018 Season Outlook

    I watched Goff last season and what stuck with me is this guy loves to look downfield but it was obvious the gameplan was to feed Gurley. I think mcveigh had a very disciplined decision tree for Goff to follow as he was rebuilding the bad mistakes Goff had under Fisher. I think mcveigh opens up the playbook for Goff this season as his 2nd year in this offense and will trust him to take those shots downfield throughout the game vs the 2min drill or playing from behind.
  15. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    Has any rb who came back from a PED suspension regained their dominant form? I can't think of any studs busted for PEDS who were duds when they returned except for Alshon his last season on the Bears. I can't even find info on exactly what the PED was that ingram was banned for. I'm beginning to question my Ingram love as a ROS flex winner.