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  1. Better keeper? (WHIR)

    who is more likely to get suspended before the season begins, anderson or josh allen?
  2. Chris Carson 2019 Outlook

    a jumpstart to the thread: chris carson 2018 stats: 14 games played, ranked 14 overall in fantasy points 247 carries in 14 games = 7th in rushing attempts 5th overall in rushing yards averages 4.7 yards / attempt, tied with zeke 9TDS matches zeke’s total 20 receptions from 24 targets (83% catch rate), no receiving TDs likes to jump, fun to watch has earned his role, respected by coaches and teammates. concerns: sizeable volume increases opportunity but also injury risk. still, carson recovered fully from 2017 compound injury. penny. mike davis looked good when he touched the ball, but mike davis was also let go last july and then was re-signed less than a month later. if the seahawks keep davis, it will be davis and penny competing for touches. lowdown: it's carson's job. if there are still doubters they haven't seem him play. he's a solid volume-based RB2, with only his draft price mitigating his value. early prediction puts anything higher than round 4 as a questionable value (more than $25 in auction). penny's college record will help to keep carson draft price down, and round 5 would be a steal for this kind of volume and carson's talent and goal-line opportunity. penny truthers dismiss a key fact from his outstanding 2017 stats at san diego state: 85% of penny's opponents were garbage teams.
  3. Joe Flacco 2019 Outlook

    but it's not that great of a joke. they adopt flacco, they draft a qb to groom, and flacco mentors the young qb. meh. a better joke would have been to scour the alliance of american football for the broncos' next star, like christian hackenberg. just look at that form:
  4. Courtland Sutton 2018 Outlook

    didn't sutton go 4 rec. / 85 yards / 1 TD just two weeks ago? if that's struggling, i'll take it. perhaps more accurate to say keenum has struggled since arriving in denver. i'm in half-point PPR and have both sutton and hamilton. if it is full-point PPR, i'd say hamilton is your guy. he's playing in the slot, and regardless of coaches' desire to take more down-field shots we see that keenum prefers the slot. if it's standard, i'd go sutton. with half-point PPR, it's a tougher decision. one of these guys should do well, and predicting which is the challenge. i'm leaning sutton this week. patrick looked good last week, but i don't see denver scrapping sutton because patrick looked good; sutton is part of their future, and finding ways to give him opportunities is clearly part of their present. clear skies, 41 degrees, great football weather... getting as pysched as can be to watch this aerial attack
  5. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    i dropped him, hoping my opponent will pick him up and play him.
  6. Tyreek Hill 2018 Outlook

    that was a 30-yard TD, if it was caught. seemed like tyreek wasn't tracking the ball (first time this year). a little mistake with a huge cost for fantasy and reality. and that said, the chargers defense really leveled up --- tyreek destroyed them earlier this year (169 yards / 2 TDs), and last night the chargers showed they can learn from their mistakes.
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars 2018 Outlook

    it's an amazing defense when they're all working together... though we haven't seen the consistency of this teamwork and we have seen how a better defense against a better offense has yielded more points (chicago, houston...)
  8. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    adrian peterson holds the single-game rushing record at 296 yards (11/4/2007 vs the chargers)... just sayin'... henry vs the giants could go 297 or the opposite...
  9. Robby Anderson 2018 Outlook

    i want to believe, but alas i cannot. in my matchup, i'm looking for stable floor, and robby anderson does not offer any floor. the key words here are "if anyone in the jets offense has a good game" and "dart throw." regarding the "slow" corners, the examples provided (above) are linked to some super QBs... it's been a while for the terms "super" and "qb" to be connected to the jets. plus, whatever the conerbacks lack it's mitigated by an outstanding pass rush. anderson has his one-catch upside but he's a risky play in the playoffs
  10. Kenneth Dixon 2018 Outlook

    and while he's been popping performance enhancing drugs and getting suspended
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.