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  1. Devonta Freeman 2018 Outlook

    I think of Devonta as a solid RB2 anyways. When DJ went down last year he was my RB1 and yes, that season was a disaster with Devonta at the helm. But like it has been said, if he gets right this week, he could still have a very productive season as a top end RB2. In fact, if this knee issue is minor, I'm quite certain he will have a productive season. If he's your guy you were hoping to get RB1 production from though, yeah, I'd be nervous.
  2. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    Kamara is legendarily efficient with his touches. At this point that's just a given, it's no longer a fluke. DJ should get more touches but be less efficient because of how he's used and how defenses will be keyed on him. Overall both players are god-mode studmuffs.
  3. Tevin Coleman 2018 Outlook

    Ya uh, there are fans of about 120+ D1 programs that would love to have a piece of what the Huskies are building in Seattle right now. They'll have another solid year this year, but next year that team will be seriously competing for a national championship. Also, Sark is a womanizer, a drunk, and a buffoon. BUT he did make the Huskies relevant again after Willingham ran the program into the dirt. He has some good qualities - players liked him, he was a good recruiter/motivator etc. But he's not very bright or disciplined, he's never run a very prolific offense at any level. I don't understand, as others have said, how he's continually been given expanding levels of responsibility despite failing to be successful at each ascending level. I'm very low on the Falcons offense until he's out of the picture (which I think will be week 7).
  4. Phillip Lindsay 2018 Outlook

    Hawks fan here. He's the type of back that the Hawks have consistently struggled to contain, and the hawks D struggles on the road. This also is not close to the legion of boom of yore. Last time I checked Royce Freeman is still on this team, and they are simply going to be an average offense. Waiver wire gem of the year, he is not.
  5. Devonta Freeman 2018 Outlook

    Ideal situation: Freemans injury isn't that bad, he sits out this crap matchup, and gets right. This is a win for Coleman owners cause they get a RB1 rental for the week and a win for Freeman owners cause we dodge a sketch matchup and get our healthy stud back. Prayers up.
  6. WDIS: 2 flex spots

    Hogan, Lockett, J. Williams, Keelan Cole, Rex Burkhead (if he plays) Which two do you flex? Right now I have Lockett and Williams slotted in...but I keep changing it.
  7. Tyler Lockett 2018 Outlook

    He should be fairly involved against a pretty average bears secondary. They just don't have any other option. I think in return leagues he's a solid start.
  8. Dante Pettis 2018 Outlook

    I still think it's an odds play. Chances are good that with a thigh bruise, you miss 1-2 weeks max and are back in action without much lingering concern. Betting against that is a fools gamble. Yes there is a chance, but the odds are better that Kelvin produces more FPS this season. I think Benjamin, albeit a player who has constantly underachieved his physical talent and has a pathetic work ethic, has shown in the past he's a garbage time warrior and now he has a better QB tossin' him the rock. I do believe in Pettis though big time, and I'm trying to decide if I drop Keelan Cole to stream him this week in a juicy looking matchup.
  9. Deshaun Watson 2018 Outlook

    My observations: He looked low energy, and the pats D looked locked in. The pace of their offense and the pace he was playing was just so slow and lacked urgency and focus. This looked like classic rust, and the Patriots doing everything to take his main target away. He wasn't as accurate, decisive, or focused as he normally is. He knows it and he has admitted to it and he will be ready for the Titans, in my opinion. I believe in this kids talent and think he will bounce back, especially if he can get a health Fuller back to take the pressure off Hop. I don't think his success last year was all "luck" and don't think he just heaves balls out there and prays. He's aggressive with the ball but that's really what makes him such a fantasy upside play. There will be some picks but there will be some huge plays too.
  10. David Johnson 2018 Outlook

    DJ has a pitiful game where he plays mediocre (by his own admission and standards), breaks no big plays, gets barely any touches, and has a horrific (literally as bad as it could possibly be) game script, and still comes out with over 15 ppr points. And people are worried? He may not replicate his big season under Arians but he's going to be a top 5 RB if he remains healthy. He's everything to the Cards, and he's one of the most talented and versatile offensive players in the NFL. Stay strong owners, and don't trade him for Tyreek Hill like some guy was bragging about over in that thread...good lord...
  11. Davante Adams 2018 Outlook

    I agree that Xavier is a very talented but very beatable corner, but will be benching Adams if Rogers is out. Between the shoulder and the fact that the Vikings will suffocate this offense without Rogers, I just think I have more profitable backup options. Adams has shown in the past that he can struggle to perform at a high level when he's nicked up as well. If he suits up and Rogers is playing though, he's in my lineup.
  12. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    This is not true - we all just witnessed Keanu Neal sprain his knee, return to the game, then tear the ACL in the same knee in one game, almost surely because of the previously sustained injury. Ligament strains don't heal from time alone. They heal from time and rest. Re-aggravation or risk of other injury due to compensating are massive, as is the risk he gets something else hurt because he can't evade pressure. It can absolutely get worse and it absolutely puts him at major risk of hurting something else. Disagree with the "if he can walk he can play" narrative. In my opinion, if I'm Packers brass, I'm not risking better odds of winning one game with putting my entire season on the line trotting out my injured 100 million dollar franchise altering QB. Then again, Rogers is stubborn and will no doubt want to be out there, and perhaps he will be with a significantly limited throwing window. I could see it going either way. We'll all find out soon enough, I would just advise people to be ready with a backup plan.
  13. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    I am leaning towards that he will not play. Firstly, with adrenaline and before swelling, if it's a knee sprain, one could play through gingerly, but I can pretty much guarantee he was barely able to walk the next morning after swelling sets in and adrenaline is gone. Secondly, they are not going to risk their 100 million dollar man going out there already crippled against a ferocious divisional vikings defense that is salivating over the chance to pound a hobbled Rogers. Aren't these the same Vikings who injured him last year? Ya...na...sit him. I'd be prepared with a plan B for any packers players this week.
  14. Carlos Hyde 2018 Outlook

    This is the response I get from everyone in my league when I try and use Hyde in trade. "He's an RB3, he wouldn't make my starting lineup, Chubb is better and will take over, he's injury prone, browns will have negative game scripts" etc. I guess I kind of thought these same things but he fell so far in my draft that I just figured hell, starting RB for 5 auction dollars? Why not. But since no one else's opinion on him seems to have changed, I'm actually coming around to the idea that he could be an RB2 or even RB1 level producer this year if he stays healthy, and I'm not at all bummed to hang onto him for now. He's definitely not a sell-high cause no one is chomping at the bit to acquire him, but certainly no owner going to let you "buy low" in comparison to his draft position. It was already so low as it is.
  15. Devonta Freeman 2018 Outlook

    By stinger I kind of mean is it a bruise or is there ligament damage. The way it's being talked about sounds more like a deep bruise rather than a sprain or tear, but if it's a sprain or tear I'll be ready to be without free for a couple weeks.