J.T. Marlin

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  1. Sad that DRobinson is out there bumbling around and dropping every other pass over Mecole.... Mecole's a drop in redraft with shallow benches but still a good stash with larger benches as there's a decent chance he gets an opportunity at some point this season.
  2. Just publicly requested a trade from CLE through his Agent. Does a TE needy team like the Bears step up to the plate with an offer?
  3. It's an absurd take that cannot be taken seriously. DEN does not have a potentially winning QB behind Lock and, unless he's historically bad (and Lock was far from historically bad during his 5 game stint last season), he's playing the whole year. I'm sure your takes on Goff after his disaster rookie year were how great he was going to be in year 2 for fantasy under McVay...
  4. LOL - Lock's ADP is in the QB22 - 25 range (meaning he's an overall late round pick). You consider that being highly overrated by the fantasy football community?!
  5. Great late round TE pick in Best Ball. If everyone in the PIT offense stays healthy, the defenses will not be focusing on Ebron whatsoever. He has the speed and talent to produce and should have some blow-up weeks. Probably will be too inconsistent for weekly H2H but Big Ben will go to him if he's open and making plays, so could surprise.
  6. Lock has arguably the best group of young receivers in the league (Sutton, Jeudy, Hamler, Fant) and MGordon is a plus as a receiver. Even their back-up TE and #4 & 5 WR are solid (Okwuegbunam, DHamilton & TPatrick). DLock should be a priority QB pick for dynasty and could have a surprisingly good 2020. Maybe he's the break-out 2nd year QB that no one is really talking about. QB is so deep this year that I can't imagine spending more than $1 in auction or a late rd pick this year on one (non-Superflex of course).
  7. This dude's size/speed/player profile & rookie year stats mirror Julio and Andre Johnson. Not saying DK is as good or will explode like them in year 2 but he has a decent chance to have a great year 2 season. With an ADP around WR20, there's still room to profit as it wouldn't shock me if he put up a top 10 fantasy WR season.
  8. Actually a pretty solid sleeper at TE. Witten gone and he has a good rapport with Dak. Had the blow-up 3 TD game the last game of the 2018 season. Probably better for best ball because there will likely be some dud weeks with all the mouths to feed in DAL but he should have some strong weeks as there will be nice match-ups (single-covered by LB's) as opposing defenses will not be focusing to stop him.
  9. Fuller with Watson has been borderline dominant when on the field. Say what you want about Cooks but he's a very solid WR and will keep defenses from completely focusing on Fuller. The loss of Hopkins and his 150 targets is huge and Fuller has the longest rapport with Watson. Also, HOU Oline has been a punching bag and dreadful for years but they made a nice improvement last year (per PFF - up from #31 in 2018 to #20 in 2019). The team has put a lot of capital into this O-line too. Obviously LT Tunsil is their key lineman but they also have 2019 1st rd pick RT THoward & 2nd rd pick G MScharping. C NMartin & G ZFulton bring continuity and have shown improvement too. If this group can make another leap, this would be huge for DWatson and the receivers. More time protected will lead to bigger and more consistent pass plays. Obviously injuries are the issue with Fuller and there's no denying he's a big risk for fantasy. However, IMO the rewards (top 10 fantasy WR) outweigh the risk for me and I will be targeting him (and crossing my fingers) for 2020.
  10. The Giants have sunk considerable resources into their Oline. Seems like they have solid depth there too. There’s definitely a reasonable chance that they climb into the elite tier this season. That, along with the very solid receiving crew (Tate/Slayton/Shepard/Engram) to keep defenses honest all bodes very well for Saquon. He’s my #1 overall player, could be a monster season coming.
  11. Let's also not undersell the hiring of Joe Brady as OC. He learned under Sean Payton as an Offensive Assistant Coach in NO for 2 seasons (17-18) and just led the LSU passing attack to one of the best offensive seasons in college football history. 23 year old 3rd year WR who just had great 1st and 2nd seasons in the NFL + bad defense + potentially great & pass happy OC = big season for DJ. I think Bridgewater is more than competent enough to captain the ship. I'm a buyer for 2020.
  12. Didn’t see that article but thanks for sharing. Will definitely read. Used the Rotoworld vacated targets & air yards article.
  13. The Raiders are in the bottom third in vacated targets from 2019-20, meaning they didn't lose much receiving talent as compared to most teams. They then used the #12 overall pick (1st WR drafted) on Ruggs plus 80 and 81 overall on Bowden and Edwards - it's not like these guys are just some random back-ups that the team is not going to use. Plus, Waller's splits with Renfroe starting were worse. Not arguing Waller's talent, just saying that there's only one ball and seems like too many mouths to feed for Waller to truly build upon his 2019 break-out. Similar to my concerns for CSutton or Fant to improve much for 2020. Love the talent for all 3 but don't like the 2020 situation with the infusion of receiving talent.