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  1. Spot on - anyone who thinks the Chiefs owe some kind of deference to Damien Williams has their head in the sand.
  2. Frank Reich on if Marlon Mack should have a lead on retaining the starting running back position over Jonathan Taylor: “There’s definitely inherent respect for the starter returning. And that’s the way I see this….I see it as a 1-1 (punch). The way the league has gone and the way role playing has been elevated in our league, it’s made it prominent. We used to say in San Diego that when we had Danny Woodhead. He was not our starter, he was our ‘role playing’ starter. He played such a significant role. He had 80 catches in a year. You look at a guy like Nyehim Hines. We talk about Marlon and Jonathan, but what about Nyheim? He’s such a good third-down back that he’ll play a prominent (role). In some ways, (Hines) is a starter. He’s a role-playing starter.” https://www.1075thefan.com/kevins-sports-news/colts/colts-notebook-frank-reich-talks-injustice-death-of-george-floyd/
  3. Haven’t been hearing that one for the last 3-4 years 🙄
  4. Really like Dobbins, just think Akers edges him out due to workhorse potential in 2020. If I was rebuilding I’d lean Dobbins over Akers. Really like both of them.
  5. For dynasty right now (standard scoring) I’ve got: 1. CEH 2. Taylor 3. Akers 4. Dobbins 5. Swift but 3 through 5 seem pretty interchangeable right now based on competitiveness of your team and personal preference. 6. I really have no idea at this point but Vaughn is intriguing.
  6. Damn, MGIII has chicken legs compared to Joe.
  7. Fingers crossed this doesn't end up in a holdout. JOE MIXONRB, CINCINNATI BENGALS Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin said the team has "visited with" RB Joe Mixon about a long-term deal. Tobin added, "Joe’s obviously a guy that’s shown a lot of ability ... He’s in a year that he can be extended, and he is a guy that we visited with. We’ll go through those discussions and see if there is a fit or a match for a long-term contract with him, obviously a guy we value quite a bit. The great thing about Joe is he goes about it the right way . . . He’s the type of guy you want to lock up to a long-term deal. We’ll see if we can find the commonality to get that done over time here.” Rumors have circulated that Mixon could be preparing to holdout if the team doesn't manage to get a long-term deal done. Mixon finished 2018 and 2019 as the fantasy PPR RB10 and RB13, respectively, despite splitting plenty of snaps with Giovani Bernard and operating behind one of the league's worst offensive lines. The expected addition of Joe Burrow, combined with the return of 2019 first-round OT Jonah Williams, should help both Mixon's touchdown equity and efficiency. SOURCE: Profootballtalk.nbcsports.com May 10, 2020, 10:46 AM ET
  8. Found this: Pass Protection - Has all the physical ability to be a standout pass blocker but reps are often dreadful. Lacks awareness when reading the defense and good coordinators put him in conflict and he usually took the wrong man. Can be passive to lean in with a shoulder instead of getting square, engaging his hands and leveraging his hips. Needs to get coached up. From here: https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/cam-akers/sPhCn8ATDw
  9. Lack of volume - as others have mentioned, I expect the Broncos to try and protect Lock by pounding the rock with their 3 RBs.
  10. I mean, there’s 20 or so QBs I’d rather see throwing him the ball than Lock for fantasy purposes
  11. I think I have him 3rd right now behind Taylor/CEH but I could understand the case for him over those 2.
  12. RIP Darrell Henderson hype train, 2019-2020. Cam Akers was picked #52 overall by the Rams to replace Todd Gurley. Akers was the #1 RB recruit in the country out of high school but got stuck on a crappy Florida State team with a crappy OL. He managed to succeed despite his situation and seems like a perfect fit for the Rams offense. Where do you guys have him in relation to the other rookie backs for dynasty purposes?
  13. He's switching to #11 from #83. Not sure if it matters, but it probably does.
  14. Yes, please... I know the Bengals are getting Burrow but getting as far away from Cincinnati as possible could only be good news for Mixon.