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  1. C.J. Anderson 2018 Outlook

    Next years #1 overall draft pick 🤣
  2. IDP Rankings/Talk

    Deion Jones at CAR or Bobby Wagner vs KC?
  3. John Kelly 2018 Outlook

    I missed that
  4. John Kelly 2018 Outlook

    I won't start Kelly or CJA, more of a defensive add for me. Opponent has Gurley. He added Ballage. I bet it's a committee of some sort, but I bet Gurley plays. But, this just in as I type this .... GURLEY REMAINED SIDELINED FRIDAY.
  5. C.J. Anderson 2018 Outlook

    Seriously?
  6. John Kelly 2018 Outlook

    Sleeper Bot just said CJ Anderson first RB in after Todd on Sunday.
  7. Elijah McGuire 2018 Outlook

    Ha! Looks like we have the same guys. I have McGuire, J Williams, Ware, Landry and John Kelly. I'll PM you later.
  8. IDP Rankings/Talk

    I would go Deion Jones. Elite LB.
  9. Elijah McGuire 2018 Outlook

    Him or Jamaal Williams for me
  10. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    Why? I think he'll be fine.
  11. Brandin Cooks 2018 Outlook

    FFG's matchup column: Los Angeles Rams Passing Offense at Arizona Cardinals Passing Defense (Neutral Matchup) Jared Goff and this Rams passing offense have been trending in the wrong direction recently. Despite amassing 339 yards last week, the Rams have failed to find the end zone through the air in two straight games while Goff has thrown seven interceptions compared to just one touchdown in his last three games. Accuracy has been a huge issue for Goff, and it was on full display last week as he routinely sailed balls over his receivers while making poor decisions against what was a beatable Eagles secondary. Robert Woods continues to see a high volume of targets with at least nine in four straight games as he amasses solid, but not spectacular, numbers with just two touchdowns in his last 10 games. Brandin Cooks has been held to lackluster outings in three straight games as Josh Reynolds is earning an increased share of targets on the outside, finishing with a season-high 12 targets last week. Todd Gurley was one of the bright spots through the air last week though as he led the team in receptions and receiving yards to further display his versatility as their top player. The Cardinals have been proficient against the pass thanks primarily to the spectacular play from top cornerback Patrick Peterson. Opposing passing offenses are averaging just 212 passing yards per game and 7.0 yards per pass attempt--both metrics well within the top-10 in the league. Quarterbacks have scored just the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game when facing the Cardinals as they are typically under duress from a stout pass rush combined with half of the field shut down from Peterson's coverage. With Goff struggling to put the ball on the mark lately, a strong pass rush is the last thing he wants to face. Part of Arizona's success against the pass must be attributed to game scripts though, as they have typically been playing from far behind while playing terribly against the run, leading to this being very much a funnel defense. Look for Patrick Peterson to assist in shutting down these outside receivers with opportunities for Robert Woods coming out of the slot along with Gurley to contribute through the air from the backfield.
  12. Elijah McGuire 2018 Outlook

    FFG's matchup column: New York Jets Rushing Offense vs Green Bay Packers Rushing Defense (Neutral Matchup) With Isaiah Crowell moved to injured reserve, Elijah McGuire has moved into the Jets #1 running back spot and will see enough volume over the last two weeks to put him squarely in the conversation as a weekly flex option. The biggest problem is that McGuire has not been able to make anything happen with the opportunities he’s been given. Over the last four weeks, McGuire has rushed 47 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns, averaging a paltry 2.9 yards per carry. McGuire has been able to punch the ball in the end zone though, including the game-winning touchdown against the Bills two weeks ago. Trenton Cannon has a firm grip on the #2 job behind McGuire and the two have split the passing down work. Cannon has not fared better though, as he is averaging 2.1 yards per carry on 16 rushes over the last three weeks. The Jets offensive line is just not getting it done in the run game, and they have a very tough matchup against a Packers defensive front that has been shutting down the run cold as of late. The Packers run defense continued its solid play against the Bears this past, limiting Jordan Howard to 60 yards on 19 carries, and containing Tarik Cohen, who finished with five carries for 21 yards. The Packers linebackers also did a great job of spying Mitchell Trubisky, keeping him in the middle of the field and holding him to 16 yards on three carries, which was his third-lowest rushing total of the season. The Packers rank 22nd in the NFL, averaging 124.1 rushing yards allowed, but have played much better over the last three weeks, limiting their opponents to only 97 rushing yards per game. The Packers will be able to continue their stellar play up front this week against a Jets rushing offense that is missing Isaiah Crowell. The Jets offensive line has graded out as one of the least talented units in the NFL, while the Packers defensive line, anchored by Kenny Clark, has started to hit its stride.
  13. Jamaal Williams 2018 Outlook

    FFG's matchup column: Green Bay Packers Rushing Offense at New York Jets Rushing Defense (Good Matchup) 2018 will be remembered as the year of Aaron Jones for Packers fans, as Jones was given the role of the Packers bell-cow back in week eight and never looked back. In seven games as the Packers starter, Jones amassed 532 yards on 97 carries (5.4 yards per carry), seven rushing touchdowns and 22 receptions for 165 yards and another touchdown. Jones time as the Packers lead back came to a screeching halt this past week when he sprained his MCL and was placed on injured reserve. Jamaal Williams now steps in as the clear #1 running back, but there is a clear drop off of talent between Jones and Williams. Even so, there is a lot of value to be had as the #1 running back in the Green Bay offense, and Williams will be the preferred option on all three downs and in the red zone. The Packers claimed Kapri Bibbs off waivers, but he will only be called upon to spell Williams throughout the game. The Packers have an advantageous matchup this week against a Jets defense that is giving up 125.9 rushing yards per game (23rd). While the Jets have been easy to run on from a yardage standpoint, they rank seventh in points surrendered to opposing running backs, having given up 11 rushing touchdowns on the season. The Packers offensive line has a clear advantage over the Jets defensive line, but it remains to be seen whether Williams can excel when given a large volume of touches. The Jets rushing defense was sitting near the bottom of the NFL for most of the season, but they have recently started to turn it around and at the very least, keep from getting flattened by opposing offenses. The Texans came into the game having had a lot of success running the ball the second half of the season. Lamar Miller had four 100+ yard rushing games in the last seven weeks, despite the Houston offensive line grading out as one of the worst units in the league. The Jets came out and shut down any attempt that Houston made at running the football. Lamar Miller had three carries for eight yards, Alfred Blue rushed nine times for six yards (0.7 yards per carry) and the Jets even did a good job of limiting Deshaun Watson to 26 yards on four carries which was his fourth-lowest total of the season. This week the Jets face off against a Packers rushing attack that just lost its most dynamic playmaker in Aaron Jones. The Jets defensive line can match up well with the Packers offensive line in the run game, especially if Leonard Williams gives a consistent effort and plays like the one-man wrecking crew that we have seen glimpses of this season. The Packers offensive line is a much better unit in pass protection than they are run blocking. Jamaal Williams is a plodder and will need his line to do a lot of the work for him, so this represents another great opportunity for Leonard Williams and the rest of the Jets lineman
  14. 2018 Streaming Defense Thread

    I like the Rams. Losers of 2 straight. They will murder Rosen. Titans close 2nd.