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  1. Christian McCaffrey 2018 Outlook

    The hype is real and people are drinking the kool-aid hard. He went 2.04 in my full PPR league - before guys like Hunt/Cook/Fournette/Adams/AJG
  2. 2018 QB Rankings

    Lol @ the fact that Jalen has Mariota #4 above guys like Brady/Brees/Rodgers - this is hilarious. Also, what the heck did Matt Ryan do to deserve that? The guy is the most vanilla character in the league but Jalen finds a way to trash him.
  3. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    Good stuff - appreciate the explanation. Positive sign for Evans.
  4. Peyton Barber 2018 Outlook

    The one major problem is that the team is going to suck...again. The roster remains essentially the same at most key positions and Dirk Koetter is probably one of the worst head coaches in the league. Unless Winston comes back and really takes a huge step forward, this team is not going anywhere fast. With that being said, how can you not like Barber at his current price? I would certainly draft but there's a good chance this team will play from behind a ton.
  5. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    Damn - my bad. I pulled that stat from here. Not exactly sure why it's so off. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/fantasy-football-the-increased-fantasy-value-of-red-zone-end-zone-targets
  6. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    Still had 135 targets last year which was good for 11th most in the NFL. That is still elite volume and just terrible efficiency due to poor QB play. Again, I think we saw worst case scenario last season yet he somehow managed 71/1001/5. I certainly think there is room for improvement here and a nice bump in all categories considering he's still getting a ton of redzone work. 8-12 TDs is certainly not out of the question here but we have seen him flash the type of fantasy upside that makes him a high-end WR1.
  7. Mike Evans 2018 Outlook

    Big bounce back year for this guy and I think he is being undervalued. The QB situation could not be worse last year and he still led the league in redzone targets with 41. Unfortunately for him, he only hauled in 5 TDs. He is a prime candidate for positive TD regression.
  8. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    Is this a real question?
  9. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Reactionary by making an observation? Regardless of whether or not we should put much stock into preseason, the tape and numbers speak for themselves. He was playing well into the third quarter which means that was done against 2nd/3rd string players.
  10. Kelvin Benjamin 2018 Outlook

    This dude is a clown. Calls out Cam but not even man enough to shake his hand or look him in the eye. Looked like Cam was ready to squash it. I'd still draft him though Lol.
  11. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    He looked terrible - reminded me of Trent Richardson. Slow footed and very hesitant on hitting any holes.
  12. Preseason Week 1 Game Thread

    Hi - I am here to overreact and move dudes up my rankings
  13. Ronald Jones 2018 Outlook

    Damn - looks like a hard pass. If you can't pass block, you're just not going to see the field.
  14. Brandin Cooks 2018 Outlook

    For me, the biggest question mark is workload and targets. In the past 3 years, his lowest target count was 114 from NE and highest was 129 in NO. He would be lucky to sniff 100 with the Rams. He will now fight with Gurley/Woods/Kupp for targets and now there are reports coming out of camp that Goff and Kupp have something "special going on". With that being said, although they ranked in the lower half for passing attempts, they were ranked 7th and 5th in passes of20+ and 40+ yards which really plays into Cooks deep-ball strength. This sets him up for being a boom-bust guy. If you can get him as your WR3, I think that is ideal but hard to rely on him as a WR1/WR2 because his weekly floors are just so low.
  15. Jordan Howard 2018 Outlook

    He's not flashy or a sexy pick by any means but if you watch him run, he is probably one of the best pure runners in the NFL at the moment. Just oldschool style running and he has excellent vision. He was also on the receiving end of running into the highest percentage of plays with stacked boxes in the NFL last season. Everyone looks at the "downside" of his inability to catch balls but he is doing everything he needs to in terms of trying to improve in that area but it remains to be seen if it translate into real game action. But with an improved offense (on paper), an offensive-minded coach in Nagy and at a discounted price...you could be getting a true stud if you are a believer in his skills. But that certainly doesn't come without any risks. Can Trubisky make the jump? How much will Cohen eat into his workload? Will we be seeing more negative game script if the Bears turn out to be a dumpster fire again? I can't blame anyone for drafting CMC/McKinnon over him in a PPR format. I would certainly take Freeman over Howard though. McKinnon being one of the riskier picks because of the relatively unknown but he is coming into Kyle Shanahan's offense which is perfect for his skillset.