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  1. Brown only vanished in Baltimore because they put Lamar Jackson in there with no prep and completely changed their scheme. I think Brown had 4 TD with Flacco and 1 with Lamar. And you're correct in Arizona he was a poor man's T.Y. Hilton when healthy. Anyhow, Robert Foster's 2018 numbers with Josh Allen extrapolate to a 1156 Yds, 8 TD season. Good for both Brown and Allen.
  2. Kyler should have some positive TD regression coming. Leggo!
  3. I'm a McCoy owner in 60% of my leagues and Darwin in 80% and i think this thread is too active for Week 3. There is not much to talk about. Neither guy is worth starting against Baltimore in the rain unless you're in a pinch and/or also have Damien. If McCoy's ankle wasn't hurting then maybe we could talk. Baltimore run D is strong and their pass D is not. If you independently own McCoy I would hope it's in the Flex conversation, not RB2, and have a better option such as Breida or a WR3. All of this need not apply to Week 4 and beyond. I'm hoping McCoy heals up or Darwin takes over. Good luck.
  4. Lol the infamous Ryan... Torain The legend of Torain was actually awesome but every time he broke out, he'd get seriously injured not long after.
  5. The game was a blowout... This week vs PIT will give more clarity.
  6. Small sample size or not, he's avg 9 ypc bro. It's called facts. Wasn't stating an opinion.
  7. JJ is the real deal. He is averaging basically 9 yards per carry. PS- He is the best football player to ever come from my hometown/high school in suburban Chicago.
  8. High ankle sprains linger for sure, and a betting man would suggest there is a good chance Breida will get injured as well. Hopefully not, as a Breida owner, but wouldn't be surprised.
  9. Breida is nasty, makes straight Neo Matrix moves, but Mostert is the real deal as well. Mostert reminds me of the old plug n play RBs the 90's Broncos unleashed on the NFL. He is big strong and "fast enough"
  10. All I'm stating is reasons to keep him on your roster and not let the sharks have access to him on the waiver wire. Anything can happen. I just picked back up in 80% of my leagues. Kareem Hunt was the bellcow, so Damien was irrelevant last year until he was gone. Neither Damien nor McCoy 2019 are bellcows and already banged up. Stop being disagreeable and have an open mind if you want to be the champ. Stay thirsty my friends.
  11. Last year all it took was a sore Ware hammy for Damien to be thrust into the starting spotlight. In the worst case, Darwin could be the 2nd man in RBBC for a few games and make his mark. He is explosive, hard worker, and hungry. If he gets in there, he will not fail.
  12. On the plus side, he nearly scored a TD the other day. On the downside, he is the 3rd RB on the team (including Lamar), 4th if you include Gus the Bus
  13. Does anyone have video of the touchdown that got called back for holding?
  14. If I had dede I would hold. Minshew focused on throwing to the slot in his college scheme
  15. Not a football player? As you judge from your computer watch tower?... Lol football is his livelihood AND he is world class athlete.