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  1. Kenny Golladay 2018 Outlook

    in part, ranking golladay in this mix depends on if you're looking for safe floor vs high ceiling. i like hamilton for a safe floor in PPR. he's slipped into sanders' position neatly and keenum is slot-happy. kessler went 23/45 against the titans because they were playing from behind. considering the fourth string QB in washington, a decimated offensive line, and zero help at receiving positions, it is entirely plausible that jacksonville run the ball nonstop and kessler attempts 20 passes. we all know how good tre'davious white is, however i'd go kenny golladay over dede in this scenario.
  2. Kenneth Dixon 2018 Outlook

    based on what we saw from dixon last week, and dixon being the preferable receiving back, and the coaching staff's desire to use a guy they never really used 100%, it's not far-fetched to suggest a 50/50 touch-split between dixon and gus edwards. even at 40/60, i like dixon for 10 touches against a poor (though improving) defense. agreed. i see dixon as more likely to reach 100 yards than edwards (though LJax may beat dixon to 100). regardless, one element is clear: dixon downgrades gus edwards considerably, and neither reside in the RB2 category as both are relegated to FLEX.
  3. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    yes, one of the points addressed by my previous post, "conner might be restricted or re-injure". i have no hesitation playing jaylen samuels at tight end in yahoo regardless of conner's returning. if you have better options at TE, all the power to you.
  4. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    last time they both played, samuels had 2 rushing attempts for 5 yards, 3 receptions for 20 yards, and 1 TD. this is leagues ahead of trey burton's 3 targets, no receptions, and zero points. again, i'm comparing samuels to low-end TEs, so make sure to compare apples to apples here.
  5. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    if conner returns (i'm praying he does), i'd start samuels at the TE position (not flex) in yahoo because 1) conner might be restricted or re-injure 2) my TEs are garbage 3) samuels is bound to out-touch many TEs, at least my TEs 4) even if conner is back, samuels will rush as well as receive, so it seems his floor is safer than matt lacrosse, gerald everett, vernon davis (with a 4th string QB), jordan thomas, antonio gates... a backup RB can be a giant in a TE wasteland.
  6. IDP Rankings/Talk

    for me, it depends on position. for LBs i go talent, for DL i go snap count. for DBs, some of the best DBs / Safeties are avoided by QBs, so a top "shutdown" talent can have a low-scoring game. that said, been playing matt milano all year and he's really risen to each challenge. it's possible that his talent has increased simply because of the wealth of experience he's gained this year, as well as solid coaching. and starting this week he's on I.R. ------------------------------------------------------------------- @ST. STEVEN @jtbgator any insight as to why olivier vernon has been so poor this year? other than the last two games, chicago and washington, vernon has been non-existent. is it because the giants switched him from DL to LB? and, just as relevant, can he be relied on this playoff week vs the titans?
  7. Jaylen Samuels 2018 Outlook

    better to bench herndon, uzomah, and trey burton for samuels --- gotta love the yahoo designation. even if conner returns, i'm playing samuels as my TE. note for deeper leagues, dynasty, and keeper: although CBS does not have jaylen samuels as the dual-designated RB/TE, CBS does have TREY EDMUNDS as a RB/TE.
  8. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    i can see the point to bench him, 100%, but of course it depends on your roster. seems like the more carries henry gets, the more rhythm he develops. i'm FLEXing derrick henry this week (all formats) over tevin coleman / ito smith, kenneth dixon, adrian peterson, courtland sutton, alshon jeffrey. somewhat on the fence with alshon, but leaning henry for this simple reason: the titans have seen his ceiling, the titans need this win, and there's all the reason to give henry the touches. my vote is, FLEXible
  9. Run Broncos Defensive or..?

    is that a real question? 4th string QB and decimated offensive line?
  10. Daesean Hamilton 2018 Outlook

    seeing both tre'quan and corey davis on my bench feels like such a win regardless of score. ended up playing hamilton and alshon, going with talent in alshon's case, despite the matchup, and the hopes for play-from-behind. lucky in retrospect. thing with hamilton is this: he's in the slot, basically the new sanders, though his talent is rookie-level and his qb is struggling. i like hamilton again at home vs cleveland. tre'quan is a drop despite a great matchup monday night, has to be a drop in all except dynasty. sutton's a great talent but he's raw. i wish i had him in dynasty, but i agree with your short post: how can he be trusted? hamilton in the slot seems like the better fit for case keenum. demaryious thomas is a talented WR who did little with keenum, but part of this reason is the way keenum is preferring the slot. i have zero hesitation flexing hamilton this week in full PPR
  11. NFL Start/Sit Thread 2018 Week 14

    the majority suggested davis but i just couldn't do it, thinking something along these lines: is it better to get the 3 receptions for 30 yards from davis, or the two possible options from tre'quan, the zero-point goose-egg or the 15-point big play. re-watching his game last week helped me make the decision: mariota's tosses were garbage, and davis didn't look great except the one end zone push. now it's tre'quan vs. daesean hamilton vs enunwa. as long as the weather conditions hold out (winds below 16mph and no rainstorm), it's tre'quan...
  12. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    100% agree, as long as it's your opponent who's playing JORDAN HOWARD and you're playing against him however TARIK COHEN may bring your own team a championship
  13. Daesean Hamilton 2018 Outlook

    it's a big bottom. it's all bottom. question is, which player will earn the most towards 10 points? i think i rank tre'quan at the top because although he could easily go 1 target for 0 receptions, he has the highest ceiling. and daesean i rank slightly higher because if richard sherman somehow shows up this week, sutton might struggle and hamilton might end up getting half of those 184 yards. i'd take it.
  14. Corey Davis 2018 Outlook

    hilton went 8 receptions for 77 yards, 11.7 points in 0.5 PPR. i would love that production from corey davis this week but i don't see it happening. sharpe and taylor had healthy targets last week, and they along with jonnu smith have better matchups than corey davis. considering how luck was shut down, i don't think the homefield advantage tonight is factor enough to start davis. but of course it all depends on who you have. i'm comparing davis to flexing tre'quan smith, daesean hamilton, quincy enunwa, devante parker, and trey burton, and i'm feeling physical pain in this comparison. if davis goes 2 receptions for 34 yards, it's still better than the ZERO point goose eggs of tre'quan and burton.