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  1. Chicago Bears 2019 Outlook

    The Bears are going to go from one of the weakest schedules in the NFL to probably the toughest. The good news is they get the Saints, Chargers and Chiefs at home, but it's hard to look at that schedule and say double digit wins is likely.
  2. Tarik Cohen 2019 Outlook

    I really think they are going to try and get the ball in his hands a lot more next year. He's the only true playmaker in that offense.
  3. Travis Kelce 2019 Outlook

    I truly think you can make a case for Kelce at the very end of the 1st round. In .5 PPR he would have been a top 8 WR. And you are getting that from your tight end spot, as the guy above me said, that is certainly worth risking a ton of draft capital. There is certainly some risk involved but really what is a healthy Kelce's floor next season? It's probably like 80/1050/8.
  4. Learned a couple of years ago to stop forcing taking RB's in the 1st three rounds (especially thr 2nd round). I'm in a pretty competitive league, did some research on what derailed non-playoff teams over the last decade and the one constant on almost all those teams was bad RB picks, particularly in the 2nd/3rd round swing, and especially guys with little passing game involvement. People are so obsessed with loading up on RB's they end up taking Leonard Fournette over Davante Adams and Jordan Howard over Tyreek Hill. This will be especially true this year with how many more RB's will be going in the top 10. If you get a top 8 pick and take a rb, there is no need to try for a ground rule double running back over a homerun wr, especially when you already have a hr running back from the 1st round.
  5. Chris Carson 2019 Outlook

    I kind of agree, although I think Carson is significantly better than Collins, especially at the goalline. I think they move on from Davis and just have Penny slide into that role and Carson still has a good year. But there certainly are some valid concerns.
  6. Davante Adams 2019 Outlook

    They already paid him. I'd expect a similar season next year to what he had this year, around 110 catches, 1400-1500 and 12-14 TD which certainly warrants a Top 10 pick, IMO. Again, never in all my years of doing fantasy have I seen a WR go through an entire 16 game schedule without having 1 game even close to a dud. Adams worst game in .5 PPR was 8 for 81 and 0 TD vs a pro-bowl caliber corner.
  7. Biggest Busts of 2018

    He was never going to be anything more than the #3 option once everyone came back, yes no one saw the Patriots passing offense being as down as it was, but I never understood the Hogan hype. He went in the 4th round in drafts towards the end, how many #3 options in any passing game warrant being picked that high?
  8. SNF/MNF - What do you need?

    I'm down 4, with Denver D (average def score is about 14) vs. Hamilton in .5ppr. I like my chances if Hamilton doesn't score, but it'll be close. It'll be a fun Christmas eve sweat.
  9. Biggest Busts of 2018

    I agree with both of you guys, full PPR and standard both suck. The happy medium is going to .5 PPR.
  10. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    Just a dream for someone like me who went zero rb. Yeah this is the definition of a league winner with 250 total yards and 3 TD's in the semi and final weeks. I think the other guy who said he will go about where Drake went is a pretty fair comparison, the lack of passing game involvement is the only drawback. The Seahawks must be shooting themselves for taking Penny in the 1st round when they had a guy like this in-house.
  11. Adrian Peterson 2018 Outlook

    To play the role Howard played this season, except Peterson is just way better and more explosive than Howard. I don't know, maybe KC looks to fill the Hunt hole with one guy who can play three downs but that may be tough to do. They could easily go the committee route and Peterson is still very good as the between the tackles/goalline committee type guy
  12. Adrian Peterson 2018 Outlook

    I can't think of a worse situation. Depleted offensive line, no weapons at WR or TE (sorry Reed is trash) and bad qb situation. I think he could be useful to a contending team as a between the tackles and goalline runner with some big play ability remaining. Thinking he ends up in a place like KC or Chicago next season.
  13. Julio Jones 2018 Outlook

    Hoping that the motivation of leading the league in receiving yards will be enough to get us through atleast this week. If they shut him down it's very likely that atleast one of Evans, Hopkins or Adams would overtake him.
  14. Kalen Ballage 2018 Outlook

    Lot of angry Drake owners in this thread. lol I think worst case scenario is it's a 50/50 type split with best case it plays out like last week, it would be pretty odd if they just suddenly gave Drake 80% of the carries.
  15. Davante Adams 2018 Outlook

    Just amazing to me that he ever falls to 3rd round (was this 12 or 10?). I know hindsight is 20/20 but I assume he went behind some really average running backs in your league. The crazy thing he's done this on what's really been an average type offense and vs. insane slate of corners. If you switched GB and New Orleans schedules I think Adams could have challenged for 1800 yards and maybe 18 TD's playing indoors in AFC south.