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  1. Calvin Ridley 2018 Outlook

    Ridley has proven to be touchdown dependent, and it could be risky to trust him this week against the Cowboys. He's scored once in his past five games when he had six catches for 71 yards and a touchdown on nine targets at Washington in Week 9. Otherwise, he has five catches or less and 47 yards or less in four other games going back to Week 5. The Cowboys are among the league leaders with just six touchdowns allowed to receivers, so the odds are against you in Ridley scoring this week, even at home.
  2. Jeff Heuerman 2018 Outlook

    Jeff Heuerman, DEN- Heuerman had a touchdown in weeks eight and nine and continues to be heavily targeted. The offense will often play from behind, which is favorable for Heuerman’s prospects. The Broncos will once again be playing at a deficit against the Chargers.
  3. Vance McDonald 2018 Outlook

    hmmm Vance McDonald, PIT (at Jacksonville) The Jaguars have allowed five touchdowns to tight ends in the last two games (vs PHI and IND). Both of those are strong tight end offenses, but that may be an area you'll want to exploit. Jacksonville also allowed 100 yards to Travis Kelce this season. McDonald has at least 3 receptions in each of the last four games, plus a score last week vs Carolina.
  4. Jeff Heuerman 2018 Outlook

    Tired of Reed. May plug this dude in this week. Jeff Heuerman: He has over 14 percent of the team targets in three of the past four games and is coming off career-highs in targets (11), catches (10) and yards (83) in Denver’s first game without Demaryius Thomas. There’s still allow floor here as he had fewer than 25 yards in seven of the first eight games prior, but Heuerman also ranks fifth among all tight ends in red zone targets (12) with eight of those coming over his past four games played. Opposing teams have targeted their tight ends 23.7 percent of the time versus the Chargers, the third-highest rate in the league.
  5. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    Anyone wanna predict AJ's stat line for tomorrow night? I'll start: 17/109/1 4/24/0 Aaron Jones leads the league in rate of runs that result in a first down (39.7 percent) and rate of runs that gain 10 or more yards (24.7 percent) for all backs with 50 or more attempts on the season while ranking second in rate of runs to go for five or more yards (47.9 percent). Seattle allows 41.4 percent of the rushing attempts against them to gain five or more yards, the second-highest rate in the league. Jones leads the league in yards before contact per rushing attempt (3.66 yards). Seattle is allowing 160.3 rushing yards per game at home this season, ahead of only Oakland (170.8).
  6. Nick Chubb 2018 Outlook

    Nick Chubb’s 92-yard TD is SOOOOOO much better in Spanish #HastaLaVistaBaby
  7. 2018 Streaming Defense Thread

    Gun to my head, PIT
  8. IDP Rankings/Talk

    I'd say so. However, Oakland doesn't run enough plays for opposing defenses to get a ton of IDP points. Oakland doesn't rush much and Bethea is more of a run stuffer in this stage of his career with Boston mainly in coverage. Of note, if you need a DB to start, I'd highly recommend D. Kazee Atlanta. He's got 5 picks on the year. Plus, if Deion Jones isn't back or is rusty or plays limited snaps, those other Atlanta LB's are garbage. Kazee can snipe a bunch of easy tackles from Dallas' run and short passing game.
  9. Calvin Ridley 2018 Outlook

    You're right ... this is my dilemma.
  10. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Randall Cobb (hamstring) out for Week 11 Cobb wasn't healthy enough to even travel with the team. He'll miss his second straight game after his latest hamstring setback. Cobb's absence upgrades Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and Jimmy Graham's target share. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1062475379523444736
  11. Calvin Ridley 2018 Outlook

    Same. Ceiling is always high with him but don’t like this matchup. I have MVS, Marvin Jones and Sutton ranked ahead of him this week.
  12. NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2018 Week 11

    Good point on rookie QB leaning on TE. What's the deal with Flacco anyway? I don't follow him.
  13. 2018 Streaming Defense Thread

    I have both CHI and BAL and am starting CHI without hesitation. FWIW, I added BAL D this morning just to block my opponent from getting them. He'll now have to stick with the Rams vs. KC. I do like BAL though this week vs. CIN. CIN is a different team sans AJ.