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  1. Superbowl LIII: Patriots v Rams

    Neither is Brady.
  2. Superbowl LIII: Patriots v Rams

    Rams will run the ball 35+ times while maintaining TOP and pick their spots with downfield play action. Their defense will suffocate and the immobile Brady will be taken down 7+ times. Easy win.
  3. Rams/Saints - NFC Championship

    Gurley has an injured knee. The news game out weeks ago. Not sure if people just weren’t paying attention or what? His knee injury is why CJ is even on the roster.
  4. Rams/Saints - NFC Championship

    Gurley is injured with a bum knee. Not sure why people don’t know this.
  5. Dal Cowboys @ LAR Gameday

    Dak can barely support Cooper. There is no chance he can support a second guy.
  6. O.J. Howard 2019 Outlook

    He should be good. We’re gonna have to hear a lot about how people think he won’t do much because of Arians’ TE track record, but that’s complete nonsense because Arians is a great coach and isn’t going to ignore his best players (of which Howard most certainly is). He’s in the hunt to be the #4 TE off the board for me.
  7. Saquon Barkley 2019 Outlook

    I see no reason to willingly buy into a garbage offense on the downswing when alternative options are available. The offense will certainly be worse next year if they replace Eli with a rookie, who has been serviceable despite clearly not being the future. I'd definitely take Gurley over him, would take Kamara over him if Ingram is gone, then he'd be in the convo with CMC and Zeke.
  8. Derrius Guice 2019 Outlook

    He has a lot of hype in dynasty circles, but for redraft next year I think his ADP will be far too high for me to be interested. A non-Saquon type talent on a mediocre to bad offense sounds like fringe RB1/2 upside at best to me. Then factor in that the team likes to go to pure pass catching backs when they are down, and I'm gonna stay away when his price tag is inevitably at the 2/3 turn range. Upside in the 12ish range, with most likely a mehhh RB2 outcome unless they magically acquire a good QB and more weapons IMO.
  9. Leonard Fournette 2018 Outlook

    https://www.bigcatcountry.com/2018/12/30/18162286/leonard-fournette-contract-void-guarantee-jaguars Guarantees voided setting up the opportunity to cut him or trade him. Where ya'll think he ends up?
  10. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    You are out of your mind. Luck is MVP caliber and a future HoF lock with his trajectory and Mariota is complete trash. Luck has a career 52-33 record with a team that was 2-14 before he got there and 4-12 last year without him. Luck has carried a team to the AFC Championship game. Mariota won't even be a starter in 2 years.
  11. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    It’s been a while since I’ve seen a back as strong as this dude.
  12. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    I don’t think Gase is a good coach, I just don’t think he is as bad as people here want to believe. What I do think is that Drake isn’t all that skilled of a football player. He runs fast and stuff but that only gets you so far. Drake is actually a worse athlete than Ballage, too, so he’s gonna have to show some actual skills if he doesn’t want to get passed up on the depth chart again. Drake hasn’t been able to beat out Lacy, Yeldon, Henry, Ajayi, Gore, and looking like Ballage now, too. None of these guys are special talents, so what gives? You are kidding yourself if you think Gase has some kind of personal vendetta against Drake, who he hand selected in the draft as the 3rd RB off the board. Drake is like the Martavis Bryant of RBs without a weed addiction, runs fast and makes some big plays but still isn’t very good at football.
  13. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    Drake has been utilized in a manner that allows him to do what he does best (ball in space) while covering for his flaws (between the tackles running/blocking/hands). His utilization and efficiency is actually a great example of putting a player in a position to succeed by letting them play to their strengths. Have you ever considered that maybe his per touch results and efficiency are because of his role, not despite it?
  14. Kenyan Drake 2018 Outlook

    Drake does damage in the passing game... to his own team. 100th in catch rate, 3rd at his position in drops, horrible at blitz pick up. He doesn’t get carries because Gore (and now Ballage) outproduces him and he doesn’t get more receiving work because he is a liability. It’s quite simple really, Drake just isn’t a very good real life football player.