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  1. So much this. signed every DJ owner last season
  2. I have Chubb in a tier above Conner. Not confident by the usage of Conner either. Owned him last season and remember Switzer being in the backfield a lot at times instead of Conner when the Steelers went all in on passing. Talent wise I prefer Chubb as well.
  3. He did play but late in the fourth quarter. Didn’t watch it myself but he didn’t seem to get many opportunities. He is probably fourth on the depth chart behind Ellington currently.
  4. Thanks. I agree this is the common perception of Cooper’s game. What I am interested in is his drop numbers from 2018 since his catch percentage improved drastically in 2018.
  5. How does the drop list look like last season? I would expect some correlation with catch percentage at least which would indicate Cooper did good. I owned him last season and didn’t notice drops.
  6. 70% catch rate last year, but I guess the key word here is HAD. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/C/CoopAm00.htm Otherwise I agree that Cooper is streaky but not to a point where I wouldn’t draft him. Just pair him with some more consistent producers to even it out.
  7. I’m not very high on DJ if his price tag is RB5. Much rather roll the dice on someone like Mixon/Gurley/Chubb but would probably go WR if I am picking in the middle of the first round and the top-4 RBs are gone. Too many unknowns right now with Murray and Kingsbury. Although I agree that his play last season was very much due to inept playcalling people seem to forget he played the entire season making it “easier” to finish as a tier 1 RB. If you look at averages he was a mid-RB2 (PPR) instead of low-end RB1. Hard to not see him do better than last season but he is more RB9 than RB5 to me. There is also the fear that he was a product of Arians.
  8. All those players are relevant in my 12 team league and currently being rostered.
  9. I think Hamilton is a solid but unspectacular PPR play depending on the availability of Sanders. If Sanders starts week 1 (my expectation) I don’t think Hamilton will be involved much. There will be a lot of competition in targets not only from the other WRs but also from the RBs and TEs on a team poised to lean on the run. Last season Hamilton benefitted greatly from Keenum’s short passes while Sutton suffered from the lack of a real deep passing game. Flacco’s style is a much better fit for a type like Sutton IMO. So the situation for Hamilton is not great although Sanders availability could change that. From a talent perspective I don’t think he is a JAG but he is not AB either. He runs very good routes, gets open at will, has some physicality to his game so he can work on the outside as well catching contested passes deep but wasn’t used like that last season. He is not dynamic after the catch so he gets what’s thrown at him and nothing more. He played injured last season though so maybe there’s more to him. He seems to be a great kid with a great work ethic so he does have some upside to improve on his weaknesses. I would expect a high floor low ceiling kind of play. Lots of 7 for 50 type of games.
  10. Not a fan of Patricia but he seems committed to KJ. In the end it is just guesswork.
  11. In that case DJ at RB9 makes little sense. Kingsbury might turn things around but that team lacks talent big time. At least KJ is on a team with a decent OL and a HC who wants to run the ball. There’s more competition for touches for sure but Blount is a FA and Riddick could be released. I expect them to bring in someone like Ingram but if the consensus that KJ is RB30 I will be having lots of KJ shares next season. I value him around RB15.
  12. KJ missing too (I guess). Tier 3 for me.