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  1. Championship Rosters

    12 team PPR A-Rodge Gurley Jamaal Williams Jaylen Samuels Damien Williams Mike Evans T.Y. Hilton DaSean Hamilton Cameron Brate Greg Zuerlein
  2. Damien Williams 2018 Outlook

    Agreed. Biggest threat would be Chiefs drafting someone who they deem to be more talented than D-Will.
  3. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    What a wild ride its been this year for us, Aaron. I reached for him early in my league. I wanted to secure an elite QB with supreme TD potential. That vision almost immediately eroded when he got hurt in Week 1. By week 12 I was disgusted and almost dropped him several times. But when I looked ahead to Week 16, I figured he had a great chance to light up my NY Football Jets. A-Rodge just discount double checked my team to Fantasy Glory™.
  4. Damien Williams 2018 Outlook

    D-Will just willed my team to a championship. Going forward, he has given the Chiefs plenty to think about in terms of who the team's starting RB will be in 2019. Williams is deadly as a pass catcher, and looks to have some juice and tackle breaking ability as a rusher. Player Profiler credited him with 12 evaded tackles on 20 touches against Seattle. Doesn't look like a true workhorse back, but he should at least be considered a strong candidate to be the first man up next season.
  5. Ian Thomas 2018 Outlook

    Forecast for Carolina pass catchers = cloudy with a chance of hanky panky
  6. Ian Thomas 2018 Outlook

    Going with Brate over Thomas this week. Panthers pass catchers are a major fade with Taylor Heinie at QB. Dallas has given up five TD's to TE's over the last seven games.
  7. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    Fire him up this week as a no brainer RB1 or TE1. Locked in for 15+ points.
  8. Damien Williams 2018 Outlook

    Going Justin Jackson over Damien. JJ has the juice. Williams will need TD's to return major value tonight.
  9. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    Samuels received at least one goal line carry against Oakland. I was only able to catch a few minutes and was able to spot that. He may have had more usage than that, or at the very least was on the field in additional goal line situations. If Conner is out this week, Samuels is a virtual lock for 15+ PPR points. Major upside if Pittsburgh can figure out how to block.
  10. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    He's topped 18 receiving yards twice in the last month as the clear backup. Seems pretty likely he will clear that mark this week. 30 should be his floor.
  11. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    It's impossible to know for sure until the game unfolds, but there are more reasons to be bullish on Samuel than not. He's scored twice in the past four games and looked really polished catching the ball. All of that was before Conner went down, so I see no reason to doubt Samuel's production potential going forward. Odds are against Samuel performing as well as Conner did early in the season. He's not going to match that volume, but doesn't need to in order to be a fantasy asset in the playoffs. Strong RB2/Flex. Like his chances at 70 total yards + 5 catches, maybe a score as well.
  12. Sammy Watkins 2018 Outlook

    Is he a drop? Doesn't look close to playing.
  13. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 14

    1. Jeff Wilson Jr Piled up touches and was productive doing it. Breida looks like he could go down with a serious injury or be shut down at any moment. 2. Justin Jackson Way better rusher than Ekeler, but Gordon could return as early as next week. Still a great speculative add for week 14. 3. Dante Pettis Has produced pretty much whenever given the chance this year. Should continue to see targets while the 49ers deal with injuries to other pass catchers. 4. Jaylen Samuels Would be higher on the list but early reports are that Conner's injury is minor. He's got a great skill set, and given the chance to start he would most likely produce quality fantasy points. 5. Rashaad Penny Pure stash and pray. He's looked pretty good the past month, but only seeing a handful of carries per game. Carson's not missing next week with a finger injury.
  14. Rashaad Penny 2018 Outlook

    Still holding. It's doubtful that he overtakes the starting job based on merit, but he's worth holding onto in the event of a Carson injury down the stretch. Would be a plug and play RB2 with RB1 upside.
  15. 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.