Jack Valentine

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  1. His RAC ability is sneaky good as well. He also works hard. He’s like the sweatiest guy on that team during pre-game warm up.
  2. Corey Davis is a great receiver. Now Tannehill has better talent around him (protection, run game and defense) also and both could have a good season. While Davis didn’t break out last game but secondary that has CB duo of King and Hayward plus S James is a good secondary. Brown is explosive but still not that good of a route runner in my eye so I’m not too worried about him. I’ve had Davis since his rookie year and I might be biased but I think he’ll finally break out. Well, hopefully lol
  3. 10 teams PPR QB, WRx2, RBx2, W/T, W/R I have.... QB Prescott, Allen (had Newton) RB Barkley, Gurley, Henry, Howard WR Hilton, Watkins, AJG, DJax, Marquis Brown, Anderson, Corey Davis TE Kittle Would trading RB Howard and WR Watkins for Josh Gordon worth it? I’ve also received an offer of Gurley + AJG for David Johnson. I’d like to see everyone’s opinion on this. I’d appreciate it!
  4. Watch him on pass pro, I think he looks fine. He wasn’t really a jump cut RB so I’m not sure what some are saying about his side movement isn’t there anymore. Taking on a blitzing defender in pass pro puts a lot of pressure on his knees but he doesn’t shy away from them either (not saying he’s good at it though). Problem is Goff only being able to throw an out route to slot receiver (like Siemian with comeback route to Sanders and Thomas when he was playing for Denver). He isn’t great without effective play action plays. Rams need to utilize more 12 personnel or a FB to counter defenses’ 6 men defensive line formation or something to give a little more space for Gurley. Gurley is great at hitting those little space hard and against 6 men DL, once he does and get to the second level, there’s only a LB and secondary. Or Offensive line men just simply need to win more of their one-on-ones. This offense was great and I believe McVay will figure something out sooner or later. IMO, his knee is fine, usage is encouraging, and offense will find a way to be more efficient sooner or later.
  5. That TD grab Thursday night just changed his fate in NE. It would be stupid even for BB and Brady to not try him more often after seeing that.
  6. They just didn’t need to run him to keep him fresh with that big lead I felt like. Those tricky plays with Cohen will be figured out by coaches in NFL and NFL players are smart enough to recognize them and react quickly. Not too worried about Howard at the moment.
  7. A RB who is 6'3 235LB and can catch passes and useful in pass pro. He might just be something.
  8. As much as I like McFadden, Rod Smith is to be the passing back and this dude is 6'3 240LB. Big guy with good hands and pass pro skills. If I'm Garrett, I'll at least try him out. I'm sure McFadden still has juice but I just don't think the current situation is working in his favor(I have Zeke, McFadden and Smith).
  9. Also if I’m not mistaken, all 5 targets in the first half only.
  10. Some of you probably missed how he caught one of those back shoulder. He made it look easy and natural. Not something you see from a rookie very often. QBs just don’t throw those to a guy they don’t trust. Also he was more open than Decker on his TD catch. This guy is a mega talent.
  11. Orlando Scandrick, Cowboys best CB, plays the Nickle and he’s a pretty good one. This is not going to be Kupp kinda day as long as Scandrick is in the field. Cowboys have young CBs outside and Sammy should see 10 targets or more.
  12. He will line up outside. He's a big play guy. Likely not a crisp route runner who could shake of quick NFL corners in short area or find a soft spot between zone at this stage of career.
  13. Exactly why I'm picking him up. To draft a WR this high in the 1st round in this situation, it's not so you could leave him off the field. This guy's ability to snag jump balls reminds me of Dez except he is 6'5. I doubt they will use him like NO did Colston and Rivers likes to go vertical. Corey Davis missed most practices and plays for a more run oriented offense led by an athletic QB, who also has Walker, Decker and Matthews at disposal, but received 10 targets in his first game which was not a blowout (26-16). Chargers and Rivers aren't shy about utilizing rookies either. Just my opinion.
  14. This guys looks so good. He snatches the ball away from defenders in the air and he's 6'5. He's going to win lots of jump balls. Looks like Vincent Jackson with better hands and RAC ability. Type of WR Philip Rivers likes (and needs ) and I believe he's going to be the red zone guy and deep shot guy for him (Antonio Gates and Vincent Jackson in one). I also like the fact that he was drafted at 7th overall even when Chargers already have big guys and fast guys at WR. I'm going to pick him up and see what he does.
  15. Bold prediction : 6 Rec for 106 yards and 2 TDs!