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  1. Seems like a good week for it. TB is a pass funnel defense.
  2. Alexander will shadow Cooper and Kevin king looks like he’ll be out. It looks better now.
  3. A WR1 finish is a possibility, based on his usage from the first two games. It’s probably not likely but It will be more clear once we see them play vs a good pass defense. He was a deep ball receiver last year but he only has one deep reception this year(2 targets) so that should go up. He should also be the red zone threat. We’ll see once he’s back to full speed but his future looks promising.
  4. Both are slow physical receivers who can box out with the best of them. Bradberry is also huge and not really one to be bullied like how those two bully over corners. Chark has the speed advantage though.
  5. What is your guess based off of? Rapaport makes it sound like 1 game max.
  6. Why isn’t Minshew telegraphing runs a bigger factor? We don’t know how long he’s been doing it...but I’m guessing it would be pretty easy to send the house if you know a run is coming.
  7. For deep leagues, I am. Jones likes to throw it deep and sterling shepard and Golden Tate are slot receivers. If Latimer is starting on the outside...could be a decent flex.
  8. 10 of his 14 TDs were with develin at fb, the guy they put on IR. If they are going to be playing mostly 11 personnel(because they don’t have a fb or any good te) it is mostly burkhead and white on for those formations. Are they going to have Sony start being in those formations? Because if they do..he should do well. Last year he was top 2 in efficiency when he ran from 11...only problem is NE was last in the league to run from that formation. There is hope...I don’t think it is likely though.
  9. I think all of Gallup’s targets were short except the deep throw to the sidelines. Rest were slants where he seemed to be the first read in 4 of them. He is the deep threat though so hopefully he will start getting targeted there. Fabian Moreau is doubtful and Quinton Dunbar DNP and looks like he’s trending down. Norman typically doesn’t shadow but Gruden had him shadow Jeffery last week. If Norman is on Cooper, Gallup will be facing 3rd string cbs. Last week, Moore and Dak were targeting the rookie CB, Baker, and since Moore seems like he knows what he’s doing...expect them to pick on the other CBs. TLDR: Gallup going crazy this week
  10. Still think he will lead the team in red zone targets by end of the year. We already know he is the deep threat but he is being targeted short a lot. I think he was also the first read in 4/7 targets. They want to get him the ball. Add all these things and I have no problem starting him as a wr2.
  11. Cooks did well last year vs the saints. He also did better vs corners who were slower. Last week was a fast corner. This week, they are slower.
  12. Big difference from 2018 is he isn’t being asked to block as much now. When he is out there, he is running routes which you want to see instead of forced to block like Gase was doing.
  13. With only three rbs left, they pretty much have to use him for 3rd downs unless they are planning to use Ingram in a 3 down role which he has never done in his long career.
  14. I think talent wise, everyone knows it is cooks. The thing is Goff loves Kupp and losing him was a big reason why Goff did poorly since Woods went into the slot to replace Kupp and they are not the same type of player.
  15. Just heard on the nfl fantasy podcast, a guy who is close to the rams say kupp will be the receiver to own and last place would be cooks...and it’s not even close. I drafted cooks pretty early and was very high on him...so hoping the guy is wrong.