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  1. 12 team, full point PPR. Start 1 QB, 3 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, 1 RB/WR/TE. I had 4th pick and reached for Dalvin Cook. Zeke scares me and I think Cook has the most upside of the other backs. QB: Carson Wentz WR: Mike Evans WR: Julian Edelman WR: Nelson Agholor RB: Dalvin Cook RB: Damien Williams TE: Hunter Henry FLEX: Melvin Gordon (5.04) K: Who Cares(?) DEF: Who Cares(?) Notable bench players: Darwin Thompson Rashaad Penny Tre'Quan Smith Darrell Henderson Latavious Murray Thanks in advance for the feedback, gentlemen!
  2. Early Rounds Davante Adams Nick Chubb Dalvin Cook Adam Thielen Mid Rounds Chris Godwin Tyler Boyd Jarvis Landry (top 20 WR every year in PPR and still gets no love) Darrell Henderson Late Rounds Daesean Hamilton (don't think people realize how good this kid is) Jamison Crowder (sign me up for Adam Gase's slot WR) Lamar Jackson Devin Singletary
  3. I watched quite a bit of Finley at NC State and that dude is really good. It's insane that the Bengals got him in the 4th round.
  4. Jamison Crowder is going to be a thing this year if you're not too scorned after back to back years of him being everyone's "sleeper" WR. Gase loves the slot WR. Crowder is going to get fed.
  5. I don't think there's any doubt about that. I'd be very surprised if Thompson is with the Redskins in 2020.
  6. I should also add the Vikings to the list of teams that could use a guy like Clement. All they have behind Cook is a rookie and Ameer Abdullah. Not exactly a stacked depth chart if Dalvin goes down.
  7. I could see Clement being dealt before the season. He's a good back that could help a team like the Bucs, Texans, or Chargers if Gordon leaves. He has no fantasy value if he stays in Philly though.
  8. Agree. What's not to love? If his ADP stays in the 3rd round he has a chance to be a league winner IMO. He could easily be a top 5 RB if he stays healthy and the Colts offense is as good as expected.
  9. I actually like Landry this year it being his 2nd year in Cleveland and likely having a better rapport with Mayfield. I could see his targets (149) going down, but his receptions (81) increasing.
  10. Yep. Sanders is a stud, but I don't like that landing spot at all. Good offense but definitely RBBC.
  11. Eagles taking Sanders after going out and getting Jordan Howard is interesting. I'm guessing Clement and Smallwood are going to be looking for a new team.
  12. I've started to look into some of these guys and obviously this will change based on landing spot, but right now Josh Jacobs, Miles Sanders, and Darrell Henderson are my favorites. I'm not sold on David Montgomery. For some reason I get a Samaje Perine feeling when I watch his highlights. A mid-round guy that I really like is Mike Weber out of Ohio State. Kid has good size and shiftiness. A late round guy that I think is really intriguing is Jordan Scarlett out of UF. I'm a Nole so I follow UF somewhat closely and this dude is a serious talent. He played behind some craptastic OLs early in his career and had some off the field issues but there's no denying his ability. If he lands in a good spot he could make some noise at the next level. Definitely a guy to keep your eye on.
  13. Yeah I'm guessing this is purely precautionary. The Charges are a potential Super Bowl team. If MG is a little gimpy heading into a bye week might as well give him some time off to completely heal. That field is terrible too so that might have played into the decision as well.
  14. Doesn't Baldwin usually struggle out of the gate?
  15. I'm not so sure. Kamara was a top 5 RB in PPR last year on 201 touches. Kelly will be fantasy relevant even with a healthy Gurley IMO.