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  1. Chicago Bears Defense 2018 Outlook

    I saw clips from the game, everyone looked miserable out there.
  2. Ezekiel Elliott 2018 Outlook

    As big of a Saquon fan that I am, I also own Zeke in that same league (CSB team name: Big 10 Big Boy Club), I buy and agree that it's a lack of weapons for the Cowboys. I mean Zeke's rookie season he had a decent Dez Bryant (WR2 numbers?) and Jason Witten for defenses to worry about.
  3. Saquon Barkley 2018 Outlook

    Well in college, he was beloved by the coaching staff, teammates as well as the community. Probably cliche, but the one description that everyone used when talking about Saquon was class act. Hopefully that all sticks as he grows in the NFL.
  4. Saquon Barkley 2018 Outlook

    Okay. On these forums specifically, people weren't doubting the talent, but there definitely was negative speculation as to his production and terrible situation. But I've come across a healthy amount of haters over the past three years.
  5. Saquon Barkley 2018 Outlook

    As a Penn State Alum As a PSU alum and a guy who tanked last season in his big money dynasty league just so he'd have first overall pick in the annual rookie draft, I'm loving the love Saquon is getting now. So, in your face to all of you doubters. I see a lot of people talking about the lack of offensive support that limits Barkley's ceiling (O-line, Eli), but he's used to this sort of thing. His Junior year he exploded, we were healthy, had Chris Godwin, Mike Gesicki, and zero injuries. But his senior year, we had multiple injuries on the offensive line, a mediocre WR corps and an over-rated Chase McSorley who's a ghetto Tim Tebow operating out of the wild cat primarily. Stack that with eight in the box against Big 10 defenses all season long. He's used to adjusting, and performing, at a high level with a limited supporting cast.
  6. Tre'Quan Smith 2018 Outlook

    Ginn had a few big games to start the season and everyone was saying to pick him up then. Last game Ginn lost a fumble that was costly, tonight Meredith had two? Maybe Payton will favor Smith after tonight, who knows.
  7. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 6

    His thread was very active prior to the season.
  8. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 6

    Robbie Anderson, maybe him and Darnold are getting a little more in sync. Three of five targets is a start.
  9. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 6

    Saw someone mention Zuerlin. If we're talking kickers, Graham Gano with a 63 yarder is impressive considering how many shanks we've seen today.
  10. Alfred Blue 2018 Outlook

    119 yards from scrimmage, 8 targets, 8 receptions. And he looked really good in pass protection.
  11. Week 5 Injury Thread

    I'm not relaxing until we know for sure he didn't hurt himself. Saquon is tough, hope he's not just hiding it.
  12. Saquon Barkley 2018 Outlook

    Oh please god. Wayne Gallman if we didn't dodge a bullet?
  13. Alfred Blue 2018 Outlook

    I just saw this as well. Given the o-line bashing, and jag status given to both Miller and Blue, I think you'd have to be pretty desperate. But the potential volume is definitely something to consider.
  14. Lamar Miller 2018 Outlook

    "ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Texans are pessimistic Lamar Miller (chest) will be able to play Sunday night versus Dallas. If Miller is indeed out on Sunday Night Football, Alfred Blue would be positioned for 20 or more carries against the Sean Lee-less Cowboys. Blue is far from a special talent, but Bill O'Brien's staff has shown a willingness to feed him heavy volume before. And they may be getting fed up with Miller, who ranks a lowly 34th among 38 qualified backs in Football Outsiders' rushing Success Rate." http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/7408/lamar-miller