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  1. Alvin Kamara 2018 Season Outlook

    Completely agree. But that’s the good thing about Kamara. If the defense is great or poor he is still going to get to ball, whether it’s running down the clock or catching passes in a shootout. He has as safe a floor as any top RB and I believe the ceiling is just as high in this elite offense with a potential top 5 o-line. Would anybody really be surprised if he had 15 TD’s with as many times as they will be visiting the red zone?
  2. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    Regardless of how you view the pure rush score. Averaging 3.0 after contact is extremely impressive, plus like others have stated his line was very banged up. Yanda is one of the best guards in the league. If my memory is correct Harbough has always liked using one primary back for the most part. Rice was the #1 for years, and he’s been wanting Dixon to be the guy but that hasn’t happened yet so he was forced to use a committee of less talented guys such as Allen/West. Then Collins burst onto the scene last year and they rode him to near playoff birth, with an awful passing attack and banged up line. This all lines up for Collins to have great year in my opinion.
  3. Targets in Rounds 4-7

    I like a lot of the points being made on this thread so far. Alex Collins has been my favorite mid round target, and you guys are just making it that much easier to pick him with complete confidence.
  4. Mark Ingram 2018 Season Outlook

    I’ve researched the timeshare debacle a little more. Posters like @cohenstantinople have made good points about their concerns with Kamara taking over. From week 8 till the end of the season Kamara was on the field for near 60% of the snaps, so logically Ingram would have close to the remainder 40% right? Turns out Ingram played roughly 50% of the snaps to go along with Kamara, the saints were using them both at a very high rate. I think part of that was due to a lack of weapons at WR & TE. Which they have drastically improved on. I think Ingram will still have a good role on this offense, because the saints D has a very solid shot at being a top 10 unit, so that can mean more running at the end of games with a lead. I could see the 60/50 becoming more 60/45. Ingram was 2nd in the NFL last year in rush TD’s, so beleive it’s worth the gamble at his current ADP if you need a RB.
  5. Mark Ingram 2018 Season Outlook

    Hahaha “vocal point” you got me, I guess I should’ve proof read first. And my “just false” comments were referring to the idea that Peterson was brought in to replace Ingram, which is 100% false.
  6. Mark Ingram 2018 Season Outlook

    I’m sorry but this is just false. Peterson was NEVER meant to replace Ingram, the media just made that the narrative to create a story. Ingram knows an extremely complicated Saints offense very well. And the whole “Peyton hates Ingram” thing is greatly over exaggerated as well. He has been top 3 in yards after contact the last 2 years, he can pass block and catch, and he will be playing behind one of the best o-lines/offenses in the nfl this year. He is in a contract year and in his prime with not much tread on the tires. The saints will pass the ball a little more than last year I believe, but Kamara & Ingram are going to be the vocal point of their offense just like last year. When Ingram gets back Peyton is going to use him, they are super bowl contenders they’re not going to jeapordize that just to teach Mark a lesson. If you can get him in the 4-5th round I suggest buying in all formats.
  7. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    I respectfully disagree with this. Eventually certain players can be relied on yearly in fantasy, players like AB, Le’veon, Larry Fitz, Odell, etc. Who have proven they will consistently produce unless an injury or father of time eventually derails their season. I believe David Johnson is in that list. He is going to easily be the #1 option on his team, a team he has already proven he can produce in even if the team itself struggles offensively. This year I don’t see a way the Cardinals can be worse. He is big, fast for his size, can run & catch the ball, has amazing vision & route running. Point being I think any player is a “gamble” just by the injury factor, but if they are healthy there are certain Fantasy guaranteed studs like the players I listed. And I believe Johnson is one of them. Barkley can and probably will produce, but I don’t see how you can comfortably choose him over a player like David Johnson who is a proven commodity on a per game basis so far in his career.
  8. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    I’m also in the same boat as my friends only wanting redraft. If you guys end up needing another I’d be happy to participate
  9. Sony Michel 2018 Season Outlook

    If his fumbling problems are his biggest concern with seeing the field, then I view that as a positive. NE spent a first on him so I would bet they beleive they can coach up his fumbling issues. I just don’t see Bill spending a 1st rounds on a running back without his offensive coordinator having a clear vision for him, and in this offense that could be scary.
  10. Sony Michel 2018 Season Outlook

    I noticed Dion & Blount have had good seasons but wow I didn’t realize those rushing numbers that’s a good stat. Thanks that makes me feel better about looking at him in the 4th. I’m probably going to end up with Kamara also so that could be a fun fantasy duo to own.
  11. Sony Michel 2018 Season Outlook

    Any Pats fans on here have any info/expectations for this dude? I have high respect for the pats and Bill, so them spending a first rounder on a RB has to mean they have a solid plan on how to use him right? I really want to get him in my leagues but at this rate he is going to cost a 4th rounder which is pretty high with how the pats have utilized RB’s in the past. I think he could have a 750/750 season with 8+ TD’s in that offense. Thoughts? I’m honestly surprised there hasn’t been more discussion on this guy.
  12. Josh Gordon 2018 Season Outlook

    I think we can all agree at Gordon’s ADP (which will probably continue to go up) is one of the top if not the biggest Boom or Bust in the draft. I think it comes down to if you are confident you can find some insurance in the later rounds then in case he doesn’t live up to the hype, in which case you should take the risk and you may be rewarded if 1300+ yards & 8+ TD’s. But if you don’t see much in the later rounds to rely on you should take some of the safer guys (Larry, Baldwin, etc.) and I personally don’t see Laundry as a hurting factor. If anything I think he will help get Gordon more 1 on 1’s. Like others have said Laundry had over 100 rec with less than 1000 yards, so I think Gordon is easily the better receiver of the 2.
  13. Saquon Barkley 2018 Season Outlook

    I have Barkley as my #6 RB in .5 ppr right now. I personally want to spend my top pick on an already more established RB. There is a big mental leap from the college game to NFL but RB is probably one of the easier positions for rookies to grasp. I get whoever wants to take the shot on him because of his talent & opportunity. I’d advise people to look at Eli & their o-line and determine their trust in them when trying to decide. I personally don’t trust Eli that much anymore and could see him struggling, he has seemed to get worse than better with age. And their o-line should improve but still makes me nervous. Bell,DJ,Gurley,Kamara, & Zeke all either have better offensive lines, QB’s, or both (besides DJ but he is a proven freak of nature imo) so I still have those guys above him for those reasons. For now anyways
  14. Saquon Barkley 2018 Season Outlook

    But these rookies you are using are not being drafted and used the same as Zeke, Fournette, etc. Barkley is going to get 300 touches at the least if healthy, which gives him the volume to succeed and obtain the top 5 status. All of these rookies you have used to lower the % chance of landing a top fantasy rookie rb is misleading. That is all i was trying to point out.