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  1. DeAndre Hopkins 2017 Season Outlook

    Aaron Wilson‏ @AaronWilson_NFL 1h1 hour ago More Bill O'Brien said he expects Jadeveon Clowney and DeAndre Hopkins to play Sunday
  2. Jamaal Williams 2017 Outlook

    Jones got the game-winning TD on his only carry of the game, which seems to have overshadowed Williams being the focal point of the offense and thriving yet again. This duo seems to compliment each other nicely. I won't argue that Jones looks faster, more elusive, and probably more explosive overall. But Williams does the little things well, and seems to have the upper hand in pass protection, which often leads to staying on the field more often than not. It's not an ideal situation for fantasy because I think we're looking at neither guy securing more than 60% of the touches. It could come down to who is getting more receptions and who emerges as the favorite in the red zone/ at the goal line.
  3. Marvin Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    This guy continues to be underrated by the general fantasy community. He's now had 85 or more yards in 6 of his last 7 games. 48/821/8 on the season, on pace for roughly 64/1094/11. He averaged less than 3/37 over the first 5 games of the season, and is averaging roughly 5/91 in the 7 games since.
  4. I need to pick 2 RB and a flex. Who you got? Marvin Jones Jr. @Baltimore Samaje Perine @ Dallas (TNF!) Jamaal Williams vs. Tampa Bay Adrian Peterson vs. LAR Alex Collins vs. Detroit Rex Burkhead @ Buffalo
  5. Jamaal Williams 2017 Outlook

    The Packers' offense went through RB Jamaal Williams on Sunday night. He compiled 135 yards of total offense with two touchdowns. As Mike McCarthy said after the game, "He was obviously a featured player today. I wanted to be balanced in the run and pass, keep the sticks in favorable down and distance. I thought he played very well." Here are the snap counts on offense from the 31-28 loss to the Steelers. Rob Demovsky, ESPN Staff Writer
  6. Marvin Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    It will be interesting to see how he's ranked going into that matchup. He's cleared 85 yards in 5 of his last 6 matchups, and they weren't all cupcakes. I know the Ravens have been very tough on WRs but I just wonder if he's graduated to must-start status. His only recent dud was vs. McCourty and the Browns and Stafford only attempted 26 passes and only targeted Jones Jr. twice (he caught 1-of-2 targets for 22 yards). Call me a points chaser if you must but I'll probably just roll with him at flex (he's my #4 wideout).
  7. Keenan Allen 2017 Season Outlook

    It's been a long, bumpy ride owning Keenan in a dynasty league since his rookie year. These last couple games have been very validating, as there were a lot of times I had to wonder if I overvalued the guy and if he would ever make good on his potential. I think it's clear that he is one of the most talented WRs in the game. His route running is so good, he gets separation with ease, has great hands, and is very dangerous after the catch. Hopefully Rivers will keep making him the focal point of the offense. It's working!
  8. Marvin Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    Most defenses have put their #1 corner on Jones Jr. dating back to last season. Doesn't that generally indicate that he is the WR opposing defenses fear the most and want to shut down? I guess certain teams may mix and match depending on the size of their CBs and their skillsets, but generally speaking I think it's been known for a little while now that Jones Jr. is seen as the bigger threat.
  9. Marvin Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    I love this guy. Disappointed in myself for getting scared by Rhodes and benching him. Even if it was the "right decision" on paper, I think he is getting to the point where you just play him every week and take the good with the (occasional) bad. I think there's a strong case to be made that he's a fantasy WR2 moving forward, and I don't just mean this year. He's signed in Detroit for another 3 years after this one (his age 28, 29, and 30 seasons), and Stafford just re-upped so barring a trade they will get to continue building their chemistry. It's clear that the Lions and opposing defenses view Jones Jr. as the #1 wideout, and Tate is more of secondary/PPR option. Stafford seems to be getting increasingly comfortable throwing into tight windows and letting Jones Jr. make great individual plays. BUY BUY BUY
  10. Derrick Henry 2017 Outlook

    it's not about me being happy or unhappy. You're making definitive statements that don't really stand up until/unless you add a bunch of qualifiers. The problem with this thread is that we don't really know what Henry can and cannot do consistently, because he hasn't consistently been given opportunities to show us at the NFL level. But we HAVE seen flashes of him doing pretty special things. Until he gets a legitimate/extended chance to either sink or swim, it's unfair to say "he's not good." The fact that Murray doesn't look healthy or effective, yet he continues to see the lions' share of snaps and carries, makes this situation very perplexing.
  11. Derrick Henry 2017 Outlook

    But you said that he cannot. He can and he did on that play, as well as many others. So you're not making any sense.
  12. Derrick Henry 2017 Outlook

    How can you say that after he eluded four would-be Steelers tacklers on what should have been a 4 yard loss, and turned it into a 11 yard gain?
  13. Derrick Henry 2017 Outlook

    There was a carry by Murray early in the game, I want to say it was the first quarter but could have been second. Collingsworth was very vocal about how Murray missed a huge hole on a run play where the Titans had great blocking out front. I wish I could find the highlight, because they were using the SkyCam and you could see just how poor Murray's vision and acceleration was. He seemed to have no lateral agility whatsoever.
  14. Jamaal Williams 2017 Outlook

    Sounds like some revisionist history. Williams was ahead of Jones all preseason, and was getting a sprinkling of touches ahead of Jones to start the season (when Montgomery was still healthy) before he suffered a knee injury of his own in week 4 (in relief of Montgomery). Jones was the healthiest back on the team in week 5 and he got 19 carries in week 5 and had a great game. Jones split work with Montgomery in Week 6, had another great game in Week 7, did nothing in week 9, and was carted off in week 10. Jones flashed early, and got an extended opportunity. He had double digit carries in 4 straight games (weeks 4-7) and received 70 carries over 6 games in total. He had 2 good games and 4 games where he did vert little. Williams had never received more than 4 carries in a game before last week. Last week was his first actual opportunity to get into any sort of rhythm or put anything substantial on tape. I think it's insanely early to make definitive statements on Williams.
  15. Jamaal Williams 2017 Outlook

    Like I said before - sometimes it takes guys some time to get their feet under them and play confident/loose. I'm not sure that those limited opportunities tell the whole story about his talent/potential. For every rookie who hits the ground running and dominates, there's about a handful who take some time to get up to speed.