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  1. Mark Andrews 2018 Outlook

    He's worth a dart throw, but hard to see any upside unless he's moved to WR. With Boyle, Williams and soon to be Hurst competing for playing time and targets, he's not going to get enough snaps to even be rosterable in deep leagues. Looked great in preseason -- I just wish they could find a way to get him more playing time.
  2. Nathan Peterman 2018 Outlook

    A subpar offensive line can be well masked by a QB with a quick release and good mobility, which are 2 of Peterman’s strengths. We’ve seen guys like Marcus Murphy, Tavaris Cadet and Keith Ford bust some big runs this preseason — and we haven’t even seen McCoy yet.
  3. Nathan Peterman 2018 Outlook

    Maybe not consistently before this season, but it's pretty obvious he can make those throws. He seems to have made some improvements to his game based on what he's shown so far. Lots of QBs have deficiencies -- Peterman is no exception -- but my point is that even if he gets Buffalo off to a hot start, he'll never get the credit he deserves after face-planting last season.
  4. Tyreek Hill 2018 Outlook

    Similar situation here... My cool story bro: I went RB heavy in my dynasty draft, and then flipped Fournette for Tyreek plus a 2019 1st. Let's not mistake Watkins for a stud WR. *When he's been on the field (big bold asterisk there) operating as the clear #1 in Buffalo (ie very little competition for targets) he had his best season. I don't doubt Watkins has the talent to put up a few big games in KC, but it's looking like he's going to be the 3rd or 4th option in the passing game.
  5. Nathan Peterman 2018 Outlook

    No he doesn't... he gets rid of the ball quickly and makes some pretty decent throws, including a lot of comeback and sideline route as evidenced by the TD throw at the end of this clip. The Peterman everyone saw last season is NOT the Peterman of 2017. I'm not saying he's the next Peyton Manning or anywhere close, but I'm pretty sure everyone will be surprised about how solid he is. Lots of people picking Buffalo as a dumpster fire this season are going to be disappointed. I wouldn't be shocked to see them win at the Ravens week 1, and win 8+ games this year.
  6. Jeremy Hill 2018 Outlook

    With Gillislee gone, Burkhead and Michel banged up already, he’s lookin like a nice pickup to me. Seems like he’s been around forever but only 25 yrs old — just 2 yrs older than Sony. Plus he has a double-digit TD and 1000yd season under his belt. Who’s to say he isn’t tabbed as the lead dog week 1?
  7. Josh Allen 2018 Outlook

    McCarron was never seriously being considered as the starter. He was demoted to 3rd string prior to the trade. Rotoworld hacks seem to think Allen deserves to start week 1, but Peterman has been pretty decent and has more experience. Wouldn’t be surprised to see him get the nod. Nothing official has been announced though. Either way, I believe the Buffalo offense is going to be better than advertised. Those of you banking on the Ravens D week 1 will likely be disappointed.
  8. Jonathan Williams 2018 Outlook

    Buffalo did the exact same thing last year. Williams just ain’t that good and doesn’t play special teams. He’s a replaceable talent.
  9. IDP Rankings/Talk

    I like Justin Evans and Chung out of that group. Evans is entrenched at FS and racks up lots of tackles and a few INTs. Chung gets a lot of TE assignments and is always on the field. Although I tend to shy away from Pats defenders, because any injury information is often extremely scarce.
  10. Chris Warren III 2018 Outlook

    Hard to see him not making final cuts. Richard & Washington are pretty much the same type of player... Marshawn is in his last season, if he can stay healthy (free agent next yr)... Doug Martin is going on 30 and averaged less than 3 YPC last year (also a free agent next yr). I picked up Warren as a bench stash -- but would not be shocked to see him not only make the team, but eventually be the starter based on what he's shown so far, and Oakland needing a RB beyond this year.
  11. 2018 Fantasy Football Platform Central

    It just depends on what capabilities you're looking for. MFL is by far the most customizable solution out there. The amount of commish controls and management tools makes it very easy to set up any kind of format, scoring, lineups you want. It's extremely reliable and has a pretty decent support staff. My only complaint is the default graphic interface and available skins. If you're using those, it's pretty archaic compared to the other major competitors out there. But MFL also allows you to customize the site layout with your own HTML and graphics. I've custom designed all of my leagues, so each one has its own logo -- and the teams have their own custom icons with a consistent style. From a programming and graphic design standpoint, it's the best option.
  12. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    The difference is that Ajayi has only missed about a week so far. Baldwin has missed all of preseason AND practices. Go back to page 4 when his injury was first reported in early August and you'll see no one particularly concerned. Granted both guys could have the same injury for all we know -- but we DO know Baldwin has been out much longer and admittedly won't be at 100% this year.
  13. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    We’ll since we’re just throwing out possible diagnoses, here’s another one. The patellar tendon often tears at the place where it attaches to the kneecap, and a piece of bone can break off along with the tendon. When a tear is caused by a medical condition — like tendinitis — the tear usually occurs in the middle of the tendon. Move along... nothing to see here!
  14. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    You’ve said this twice now... Do you have a source to back up your tendinitis claim?
  15. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    In preseason?!? Come on now. Tell me how many of these guys are missing all practices and preseason games leading up to week 1: Stefon Diggs, Adam Theilen, Tyreek Hill, TY Hilton, Larry Fitzgerald, Amari Cooper, JuJu Smith Shuster, Demaryius Thomas, Chris Hogan, Golden Tate, Allen Robinson, Brandin Cooks, Marvin Jones, Marquise Goodwin, Michael Crabtree, Jamison Crowder Those are all guys *with a similar (or lower) ADP* that I would take ahead of Baldwin at this point. For an early WR pick, I'd prefer a safer option. Maybe a few of these guys have a slightly lower ceiling (if Baldwin was/is 100%) but none of them to my knowledge have sustained a 'sore knee' that's keeping them sidelined already. If you've played fantasy football for any length of time you'd realize that if you fill up your team with the high injury risks, suspended players and Josh Gordons of the league, it might not work out so well.