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  1. I’ve been coming across a few articles that have Hardman as a breakout player this season. Agree?
  2. Would love to pair Mclaurin with someone like Tyreek as my WR2
  3. Don’t you think CMC is a risky hold considering he has a new HC, OC, QB, and OLine, plus he had 400+ touches last year or am I overthinking things because he’s a different beast who’s essentially a RB and WR in one?
  4. Keeper/Auction league .. I can keep them both .. Either Drake or Kelce
  5. BURLESON: “Tyreek Hill. It’s a little bit of a twist. I just feel like he is the most dangerous. And it also has to do with his quarterback (Patrick Mahomes). I can say, Julio (Jones), of course when Antonio (Brown) was playing, Mike Thomas is a phenomenal talent. But I mean, dangerous though? Tyreek Hill is a freak of nature. Mike Thomas and Julio will forever be consistently in the conversation, but as far as dangerous, I’m going with Tyreek Hill.”
  6. How about a combo of CMC and Drake .. Would u take that over CMC and Kelce?
  7. Would you rather have Drake or CEH for 2020?
  8. That’s the thing when he was finally about to be incorporated into the offense the second half of the season he got hurt. I liked what I saw though from the small sample size. I think the Rams will give him every opportunity to fail before they draft another RB. They’ll ride him heavy this year and find out what they have in Hendy
  9. Without question, Henderson is one of the best players to ever wear a Memphis uniform. The former Tiger was arguably the best running back in the country in his final season at Memphis, and he was selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams. Going into last season, it was clear that Todd Gurley – one of the best backs in the league – was the Rams starter. In a shocking move last week, the Rams chose to cut the former Georgia star, which leaves the door wide open for Henderson. During his rookie season, Henderson was used sparingly, and it looked like he was struggling to adjust to the speed of the game and the play book at times. Fortunately for Henderson, this is extremely common for rookies, and he will have another offseason to learn the system and adjust to the speed of the game at the professional level. Although he didn't have a breakout rookie year, Henderson still showed flashes of what made him so special in college. With his speed and ability to make defenders miss, Henderson could win the Rams starting running back job heading into this season. If the former Tiger improves drastically over the offseason, then he could take the NFL by storm. As soon as the game slows down for Henderson, it's likely he will break out.
  10. Would you rather use a late 2nd round pick on Kenyan Drake or Travis Kelce in a PPR league?
  11. Never drafting any fantasy players coached by Adam Gase.
  12. I hope so .. I have Mcafferey, Drake, and Henderson in a keeper and I can potentially keep them all
  13. Would you be comfortable with Drake as your RB1?
  14. Any chance he doesn’t finish as a topi 3 back next year with the new coaching change and offense or is he the most bulletproof/safest player to draft #1 in recent times?
  15. Seems like you missed out. I got him in a keeper league last year and I’m definitely keeping him. He was injured towards the end of last season so he never got an opportunity to truly show what he has but in the limited work he did get he looked impressive. He’ll be a solid RB2 with RB1 potential.
  16. Where do we rank Drake now assuming he stays with AZ?
  17. Imagine him in KC where they run the two TE sets with him and Kelce.
  18. The #1 TE the last few seasons. What are his expectations for next year, do we see a dip in production?
  19. (Rotoworld) CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports free agent Kenyan Drake is seeking $8-$10 million annually. Analysis: That would be top-five money. Drake has never shown more than flashes outside of an eight-game stretch with the Cardinals, but teams may be willing to overpay for a 26-year-old coming off career highs. The Cardinals can franchise Drake, but his long-term demands may price him out of Arizona.