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  1. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    Sony Michel can catch passes and will see marginally more action in that regard when he's healthy and playing. James White deserves lots of credit for honing his craft and getting much better as a receiver through five NFL seasons. In college, he was mostly meh as a pass-catcher. His senior season was impressive though, cause he had 39 receptions for 300 yards and two scores. If you look at Michel, his sophomore season was comparable with a 26/270/3 line. If Michel was asked to he could probably put up some big receiving lines in NE. Take a look back at 2015 for instance. Dion Lewis played exceptionally to start the year. He had 36 catches through 7.5 games before he tore his ACL. White's had an unshakeable grip on the pass-catching role from that moment on. If White were to get hurt this season Michel would step into a workhorse role and average 22-25 in PPR. Assuming both backs are healthy, Michel should settle in at about two receptions a game. Similar to Lewis' 2017 role in New England.
  2. Rashaad Penny 2018 Outlook

    I'm feeling a mini-breakout for Penny this week. He looked much better than Mike Davis last week, and should be pretty close to overtaking him as Seattle's number 2. Going forward, if Penny can seize 40 percent of the backfield touches he can put up RB3/Flex numbers consistently. He is perhaps the highest upside stash available in leagues of 12+ teams.
  3. Tre'Quan Smith 2018 Outlook

    https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/trequan-smith/ CB Matchup: Trae Waynes
  4. Raheem Mostert 2018 Outlook

    Breida is benefiting from maybe one of the top-3 run blocking lines in the league. He's talented, but Mostert has evaded more tackles on less attempts, and is averaging more yards after contact.
  5. Sammy Watkins 2018 Outlook

    Watkins has 7+ targets in four out of 7 games this season. Could have been five out of seven had he not got hurt against Denver. Yes, he's still a bit boom or bust, but he's a more consistent option than you're giving him credit for. WR3 all day.
  6. Tre'Quan Smith 2018 Outlook

    I think it's safe to assume that Tre'Quan Smith is a better prospect than Ginn ever was. Smith's talent level in relation to Ginn is not the issue. Five years ago the #2-3 WR's on New Orleans were fantasy relevant. As the team's offense stands now that is not the case. The Saints' No.3 WR last year was Brandon Coleman with 364 yards. New Orleans ranked 19th in passing attempts in 2017. They are ranked 22nd this season. The Saints don't pass often, and when they do it's going to Michael Thomas and their RB's. That's just how the offense has worked for the past 21 games. Don't see that changing any time soon. I really like Smith's talent level, and I picked him up in my league as a bench stash, but he has long odds of being a consistent producer in 12 team leagues. He's going to need to prove that he can be productive with four targets a game and that's incredibly difficult.
  7. T.Y. Hilton 2018 Outlook

    Smart coaching staffs don't do this. I haven't seen enough out of Frank Reich to know if he gets it, but early results have been encouraging. There's no reason to have a player on the field if he isn't healthy enough to fulfill his responsibilities. Otherwise, you're doing double damage as you risk re-aggravating an injury that isn't healed, plus you get a player who isn't effective. Hilton is practicing and if he's active I'm starting him. Indy needs this guy badly. They can't run with consistency. Without T.Y. they can't pass consistently either. Buffalo's defense is a bigger threat to Hilton's fantasy outlook than decoy-duty. Assuming he's active, expect five catches for 70 yards for Mr. Hilton this week.
  8. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Nope. Packers will beat SF and Rodgers won't need to pass it more than 34-35 times. Scantling will be third option behind Adams and Graham. If Allison is out, MVS is a solid flex option but not top 24.
  9. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, this is a much bigger threat than an inactive status (he's playing for sure). Last two weeks set up Michel perfectly. This week is going to be tougher sledding gameflow wise for sure. With that being said, Michel is always going to be a threat for a TD, and I expect him to be slightly more used in the passing game. 15/68/1 + 3 catches for 26 yards sounds about right.
  10. Chester Rogers 2018 Outlook

    Outside of a drop in the endzone, Rogers looked good last week. He has 22 targets over the past two games and has a red zone target in three straight weeks. Indy is passing at a historic rate. Assuming Hilton is out, you definitely want Rogers in your lineup.
  11. Jamaal Charles 2018 Outlook

    Nope.
  12. Quincy Enunwa 2018 Outlook

    I'm expecting a bounce back game this week. Jets will have to pass more than they're comfortable with, and Enunwa is still commanding a large percentage of the targets. Last week was a bit flukey as only one Jets WR caught multiple passes, in a game where NY almost set a franchise-record for rushing yards.
  13. Geronimo Allison 2018 Outlook

    Duh. It's a minor injury.
  14. Geronimo Allison 2018 Outlook

    Obviously he hurt his hamstring in last week's game
  15. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    Great development. To my eyes, he looked 85 percent healthy last week. He was quite mobile and even racked up 31 rushing yards. You just can't do that if your knee is significantly compromised. I'm predicting 271, 3 TDS 1 INT for him this week. Detroit's pass defense has been quite good thus far, as they haven't given up more than 255 yards or two touchdowns through the air. Wouldn't expect his breakout to come this week, but it won't be long before you see Rodgers put up 30-35 point fantasy games. Week 6, at home against SF might be his coming out party.