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  1. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    You're talking nonsense. https://www.nbcsports.com/boston/patriots/why-did-patriots-feel-they-had-pounce-sony-michel-no-31
  2. TY Hilton 2018 Outlook

    Targets have been nice, but his total lack of vertical production has been annoying. Luck isn't looking to throw downfield and that caps Hilton's upside until things change.
  3. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    As I watched Michel play I was struck by his power. At some point in the 2nd half he leveled a safety in the open field. I believe it was his longest rush of the night. Hard to be elusive when dudes are hitting you at the LOS.
  4. Evan Engram 2018 Outlook

    That's exactly how I see it. He's arguably their best shallow route option. Right now Eli has zero time to get the ball deep to OBJ.
  5. Evan Engram 2018 Outlook

    I get the concern, but there are few TE's in the league being used like Engram. He plays 90+ percent of the team's snaps, has zero competition at TE and plays both in the slot and outside. The Giants scheme ways for him to get open all over the field. He's going to finish 2018 somewhere between the TE4-TE8.
  6. Terrelle Pryor 2018 Outlook

    He's the 2nd WR to own in this Jets offense. Pryor is superior to Anderson in the short/intermediate areas, as well as in the redzone. Anderson is the better burner, but Pryor is no slouch in that regard either with his 4.4 speed and 230 pound frame. If his usage keeps up at this rate (5.5 targets per game) he will be a WR4. He can creep into WR3/FLEX territory if he starts getting a couple of additional targets per game.
  7. Brandin Cooks 2018 Outlook

    Brandin Cooks is a true alpha receiver. Dude can get it done on all phases of the field. Yes, he's been in two great offense, but neither of his previous team's fed him targets. He will put up career highs. High end WR2.
  8. Mark Ingram 2018 Outlook

    Saints are missing Ingram's production out there. Kamara is fantastic. But he's not thriving as the team's only ball carrier.
  9. Peyton Barber 2018 Outlook

    If you're really desperate, Barber's still worth a spot at the bottom of your bench. At this point, Ronald Jones looks more likely to become a thing this season than Barber does. At the very least, the Bucs have to see what this kid Shaun Wilson can do with a few carries.
  10. Sammy Watkins 2018 Outlook

    It's a disappointment that Watkins didn't register a TD on a day where Mahomes threw for 6. That being said, he looked really solid. You have to be excited as a Watkins owner after seeing him command a 20+ percent target share in back to back weeks. If this usage keeps up he will creep into low end WR2 territory.
  11. 9-16-18 Chiefs @ Steelers Gameday Thread

    It's fantastic to finally see Watkins in an offense that utilizes him correctly. Sean McVay is a great offensive mind, but he did not deploy Watkins properly last season.
  12. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    It's a sprained knee. He will be 95 percent in two weeks.
  13. Sony Michel 2018 Outlook

    This line of thinking is gobbledygook. In 2006, Laurence Maroney commanded 197 touches as a rookie. While he was a solid pro for a few years, his talent level pales in comparison to that of the versatile and explosive Sony Michel. It's at best reductive to keep spewing these same takes on Belichick refusing to play rookies. It doesn't matter if a guy is a rookie or a 10 year pro like Chad Johnson. BB just needs you to know the playbook and execute your assignments. Nothing about Michel's resume or skill set has me worried about his ability to do that quickly.
  14. TY Hilton 2018 Outlook

    Hilton's going to have a big year. Tough matchup with Josh Norman coming up though. Colts need to move Hilton around to get him some open looks. We'll see if that materializes. He's a WR2 this week.