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  1. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    my information comes from the game itself. i include the actual time callaway's error occurs during the game, so if you're breaking it down target by target, which of these four passes places the blame on mayfield? it's not complicated. watch these four plays and notice how the ball goes through both of callaway's hands: 3RD & GOAL AT CLV 32 / (9:36) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short left to A.Callaway (B.Carr) 2ND & GOAL AT CLV 25 / (10:11) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass short left through Callaway's hands INTERCEPTED for pick 6 GOAL AT OAK 2 12:35 (Pass formation) TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. B.Mayfield pass to A.Callaway into his belly incomplete. 1ST & GOAL AT CLV 19 / (5:28) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short right to A.Callaway into and out of his hands. each of these four passes is catchable; the ball is well-thrown, callaway uses both hands, touches the ball with both hands, fails to complete the reception.
  2. Cameron Brate 2018 Outlook

    the whack-a-mole strategy seems apropos for TEs
  3. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    passes have been accurate enough, fault is entirely callaway's, catch rate is a low 45% average (last week a reasonable 60%). frequency is enough to give the coaching staff second thoughts, but it's looking like the injury to higgins will thrust callaway onto the field whether or not the c.s. want him there. sometimes mayfield overthrew him, but when the passes were on the drops were ugly and tony seemed frustrated with himself. each of these plays should have been a completion: 3RD & GOAL AT CLV 32 / (9:36) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short left to A.Callaway (B.Carr) 2ND & GOAL AT CLV 25 / (10:11) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass short left through Callaway's hands INTERCEPTED for pick 6 GOAL AT OAK 2 12:35 (Pass formation) TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. B.Mayfield pass to A.Callaway into his belly incomplete. 1ST & GOAL AT CLV 19 / (5:28) (Shotgun) B.Mayfield pass incomplete short right to A.Callaway into and out of his hands. credited for "one drop," yes, but each of the plays above should have been a catch: the ball was well-thrown and he had two hands on the ball but couldn't hold on. (point taken about his knee from previous post. forgot he had a limited practice)
  4. Cameron Brate 2018 Outlook

    rapport with winston oj not at 100% and may be on snap-count ideal matchup no running game next week vs cleveland may not get the green light, but this week it's full steam ahead ---- who else can you look for in this TE wasteland
  5. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    davante adams 2015 better days are ahead for callaway
  6. Chester Rogers 2018 Outlook

    with luck throwing as much as he is, both are good plays this week against a suspect secondary (if both TY and doyle are out). great plays if it's full-point PPR because of the solid floors. can't see how we can rank one over the other though (and i can't imagine anyone has both). either could out-perform the other. both had solid catches last week, and both had outstanding drops. painful drops. i like rogers, but his 8 receptions last week should've been 10, and one of the drops was a TD. i have chester rogers = valdes-scantling (with allison + cobb out) = antonio calloway. it might seem like valdes-scantling and calloway have the potential for "bigger" plays, but i think chester is right there with them. and it might seem like calloway (and somehow valdes-scantling too) have been a little droppy, but chester isn't too far ahead of these guys after seeing his two major drops last week. close race between all these WRs, though talent, QB-talent, and matchup vary
  7. Corey Clement 2018 Outlook

    clement will be absolutely horrible tonight. i wouldn't be surprised if he has less than ten touches and can't eclipse 10 yards total. big time bust. then again, i say this because i couldn't pick him up on waivers and play against him in three leagues. i have no basis in fact for my projection, and he's actually pretty talented... sacrifices must be made
  8. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    that's the right instinct: in no way is baldwin startable right now. maybe the offense will take a turn from the run-base system, maybe baldwin will have a big week, but right now based on what we've seen, no way is he startable. i'm starting carson over baldwin in the flex, and i wouldn't blame someone from starting mike davis over baldwin. i'd start valdez-scantling, chester rogers, keke coutee, and antonio calloway over baldwin until we see some upside. all have better scenarios this week (unless mvs sees geronimo or cobb return). that said, i would start baldwin over amari cooper and corey davis. i'm on the fence with baldwin vs. kenny stills (with tannehill facing the bears' pass rush). sitting, absolutely
  9. Who do I drop for K. Jusczyk? WHIR 100%

    latest report suggests breida is a possibility for monday night. hold your horses for now...
  10. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    sitting amari cooper, the wr who's less reliable than keke coutee, the guy who's on par with taywan taylor and keelan cole for great talent + production 3% of the time? dropping cooper at this point seems like a crafty move: someone in your league will pick him up and play him. dropsy.
  11. Martavis Bryant 2018 Outlook

    https://247sports.com/nfl/pittsburgh-steelers/Article/Martavis-Bryant-facing-possible-suspension-with-Oakland-Raiders-119067328/
  12. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    i know it seemed like that. but just watched it again. he caught the ball, ran, total of 59 yards, out of bounds at the 1-yard mark, never fell down. was huffing hard, wincing, but wasn't hobbled when he walked. then he lays down, the trainer comes over to examine his knee, and he walked a little gimpy back to the sideline. possible it was his knee, like he said. possible he was winded and embarrassed and was acting. he didn't miss any plays. here's a photo after the catch, breathing heavy, shaking the chronic off his lungs.
  13. Martavis Bryant 2018 Outlook

    might be one-year. but could be a life-time ban, unfortunately
  14. Chester Rogers 2018 Outlook

    i'd add this: yes, if TY is out it's good for his chances, but if jack doyle is also out i like chester this week a lot. i'm playing in a half-point PPR (not chester's best format) but i think chester can break out this week against the jets. he looked good, and maybe equally important for targets, zach pascal looked horrible. grant had a drop last week, but pascal was 1-for-7 and seemed to stir luck's anger. chester not only went 8-for-11, but some of these catches were difficult and he was sure-handed. 8 receptions the week before. he's my bye-week filler for michael thomas without hesitation.
  15. Antonio Callaway 2018 Outlook

    just game-passed all of calloway's plays this year. not liking the drops, but the opportunity is there, the matchup is here this week, and higgins (who's looked good) is out. i'm flexing him over WRs with better hands but poorer QBs and worse matchups: kenny stills vs the bears pass rush corey davis vs jimmy smith keelan cole @ dallas facing byron jones the jets sweep has not worked (yet), but the browns have used calloway twice. the west coast at 1pm EST is a wildcard: to me, it didn't seem like calloway's knee bothered him after the 53-yard reception, more like he was thoroughly winded.