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  1. Mitch Trubisky 2018 Outlook

    Agree. Schedule looks great...AFTER the MN game. I look at what Trubisky has done and it looks like he's performed when the matchup has been there, but not so much when it hasn't. MN is a tough matchup...whether home or not. Lot of the so called experts seem to be ignoring the matchup this week. Don't feel comfortable starting him at all.
  2. Marcus Mariota 2018 Outlook

    Dropped Fitz for Mariota last night. Was super impressed a couple weeks ago when he performed against a tough as nails Dallas D. That raised my eyebrows. Then last week vs. NE. Indy in the dome seems like a great matchup. Right now starting him over Trubisky.
  3. Tyler Lockett 2018 Outlook

    Facing Lockett and scared to death. GB's secondary is absolutely riddled with injury. Game is in Seattle. Some crazy good record on Thursday nights. Could definitely see Lockett getting it done. So confident in this that I'm contemplating grabbing R. Wilson and starting him.
  4. Ryan Fitzpatrick 2018 Outlook

    Grabbed both Mariota and Trubisky last night in waivers. Dropped Fitz. Off the Fitz train and feel relieved. (Although he's just sitting there in waivers still tempting me).
  5. Rob Gronkowski 2018 Outlook

    Picked up OJ Howard. Actually sniffing around to see what I can get for Gronk. Not as much as I'd like.
  6. O.J. Howard 2018 Outlook

    If Koetter watched the NYG/SF game and if he has a brain in his head, he game plans OJ big time. I don't know how many targets Kittle got but it was a TON. You knew they were going to him and he was still wide open. NYG's statistically are pretty decent against outside WRs as well. OJ should get his. That is, unless Koetter is a moron.
  7. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Gotta think they mix it up in the 3 wide set and try and figure out how to get MVS out on the permiter. Mix up the looks.
  8. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Interesting read from ESPN fantasy folks. Take it with a grain of salt. Don't love this at all. If Randall Cobb (hamstring) returns, downgrade him vs. Seattle slot corner Justin Coleman and upgrade Marquez Valdes-Scantling opposite Adams against Flowers and Griffin. If Cobb is out again, "MVS" will work inside against Coleman and should be downgraded, whereas Equanimeous St. Brown will be a sleeper opposite Adams. Seattle has allowed the fewest fantasy points to the slot over the past eight weeks.
  9. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    Think MVS has a very solid floor this week with Cobb out and SEA being tougher on TEs. Also tougher than MIA D vs. the run so maybe less A. Jones. Will be shocked with anything less than 5-50 in PPR. He's getting those short throws that Ty Montgomery usually grabbed and we know he can get deep. Their #3 WR is a distant third as well in terms of routes run. Apparently, MVS only ran 2 less routes than D. Adams last week.
  10. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    I'm a Mack owner but I think everyone overreacted to the OAK game results -- 25-132-2. That defense is absolutely horrid. JAX obviously a step up. TN a step up as well. The schedule is not too favorable either. After TN, there is a sweet matchup vs MIA that just got trounced by A. Jones, but then there is a string of matchups where I don't expect ceiling to be reached: @JAX, @HOU, DAL. If you're lucky to reach the finals the NYG D will be waiting. Honestly, I'm trying to sell high before the deadline to potentially upgrade other areas.
  11. Marlon Mack 2018 Outlook

    Exactly my decision -- Mack vs Jones. Going A. Jones (like last week). Don't' like the TN matchup at all.
  12. Exactly. Another reason why Mack could be expendable.
  13. Agree. Would offer Fitz and Mack first. I figure Gurley and Conner are untouchable. Matchup proof. Leave them be. That leaves Chubb vs. A. Jones vs. M. Mack. (I'm leaving A. Collins out of this. His value is too low. However, schedule is great and could emerge anyways for me). Of these three, Mack has the toughest schedule -- MIA, @JAX, @HOU, DAL, NYG. Miami is a cupcake but then three tough run Ds in a row. Not good. Trade Mack and I can play the flex position with one of Chubb, A. Jones, A. Collins depending on matchups. Injuries can happen, but feel pretty good about my RB depth. Especially now that the L. Bell threat is over with.
  14. Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

    In your typical PPR league, SEA D is 12th in terms of points against WRs. Middling to poor. Good. Some WR lines: * B. Cooks -- 100100-9 * K. Allen - 6-124-0 * M. Jones - 7-117-2 * C. Kupp - 6-90-1 * A. Robinson - 10-83-0 * E. Sanders - 10-135-1 WRs out on the perimeter have certainly roasted the Seattle secondary, but slot WRs haven't done bad either. Seems like a pretty good matchup. A better stat may be that SEA is ranked # 27th in terms of Points Against TEs. So maybe J. Graham is shut down again.
  15. PPR league. I have considerable RB depth (Gurley, Conner, Chubb, A. Jones, A. Collins...and Mack), but have problems at QB...scared to death of Fitz. Really need to upgrade my QB position. Was thinking of offering Fitz & Mack (and possibly even J. Brown) for either Wentz or Luck. The same owner has Luck, Wentz, and Matt Ryan. He doesn't need all those QBs. If I were to deal J. Brown as part of this deal I'd be left with A. Jeffery, J. Gordon, and MV-Scantling at WR. Deal away Mack and others for an upgrade at QB?