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  1. Keke Coutee 2018 Outlook

    Nicole Cohen Rotoword writer has identified Keke as one of her trade targets: Keke Coutee, WR, Texans: Deshaun Watson has been sacked seven times in two of the past three games behind a leaky offensive line. The Texans have no pass-catching presence at tight end, so Coutee is the de facto safety blanket, and therefore this “buy” is more relevant for PPR leagues. After his 15-target game in Week 4, Coutee has only been targeted 12 times combined the past two weeks, but that’s still double what Will Fuller has seen. The two straight quiet games combined with a matchup with Jacksonville on deck in Week 7 should make Coutee very cheap to acquire, if he’s not outright dropped. On its face, Jacksonville may look like a tough defensive matchup for WRs, however, Jacksonville’s weakness is in the slot: Cole Beasley just dismantled the Jaguars’ slot corner, Tyler Patmon, catching nine passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns. While he’ll obviously never approach DeAndre Hopkins’ status as lead dog in the wide receiver corps, Coutee could emerge in a Tyler Boyd-like role. http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/82943/558/calm-before-the-storm
  2. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Only time will tell if the optimism is warranted but all the pieces are in place to exceed his draft cost and even more so from waivers where many dropped him like yourself. In that case someone is going to get him essentially for free and he could be the waiver pickup of the year for said owner.
  3. Keke Coutee 2018 Outlook

    Yes a thread already exists on this guy. Might be a good read for you as a lot of guys in this forum are quite high on Coutee ROS.
  4. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

  5. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Makes sense. They can't control the clock or keep their D fresh unless they can get the running game going, the template to win games and keep Luck's exposure down from taking hits. Mack is the only RB on the roster with the tools to make the ground game functional and respected by defenses. The Colts said they waited until he said he was 100 percent ready to go. They didn't want to rush him back. Now the only thing to worry about is health going forward but that's with every RB. Aside from that, I'm high on Mack delivering the goods and rewarding owners who waited on him. It's very possible he could deliver high RB2 low RB1 production ROS.
  6. D'Onta Foreman 2018 Outlook

    Because he's not ready. Not even optimism in the the coaches statement.
  7. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Please be right. Unless you hit on the RB Russian Roulette some how with so many disappointing besides having the rare stud (which your were fortunate to at least get a mid-round pick during the draft) this guy could definitely be a savior for many fantasy squads out there.
  8. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 7

    What about Ginn? Or has everyone totally dismissed this guy as being a non-factor ROS?
  9. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    I was just going to write the same thing, so I'm glad you pointed it out before me. It's just another bogus excuse folks want to come up with on here. Look the man has it all and is a well rounded RB that up to this point the Colts couldn't establish the run until THIS WEEK. This dude will dominate touches as long as he's healthy. Did anyone even see the game? The only reason I didn't start him over Hines was because I was concerned he would be on a snap count first game back. Game flow excuse is absolutely ludicrous as Colts were down the entire game and Mack dominated touches.
  10. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    I have Hines cuffed to Mack. I'll be starting Mack over Hines going forward but there is no way I'm dropping Hines either.
  11. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    No one implied Hines would be completely benched and Mack would get all the touches going forward. And I don't see how it's relevant to fantasy Colts lost the game because Hines was not a factor? Mack gave them a much needed spark and looked very good considering he's been out for a month. I read the tea leaves Mack would become the guy because he brings more balance to a pass-happy team. Even though I like Hines alot, he can't provide a power running game to the equation and you can't win games if you can't run the ball successfully.
  12. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Mine as well. He looked very good. Running with explosion, shiftiness, and good vision. I don't see how anyone can refute he is by far, the best RB on the roster and should be a lock for RB2 numbers ROS Barring health going forward?
  13. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    I think he will become the focal point of the running game because with Hines, the pass is telegraphed to the D. With Mack he can do both and therefore will become the man barring health.
  14. Quincy Enunwa 2018 Outlook

    He's toast. Time to move on.
  15. Week 6 Injury Thread

    Why is Mack on the sidelines for the Bears?