Unbreakable

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  1. Check out his schedule. 49ers, Bucs, 49ers, BYE. I dropped him this week. See if someone dropped Zuerlein or Lutz this week for their bye and try to scoop them up. Stream this week and you are set for ROS.
  2. Here are my observations as to why Gurley does not look right this year. I am pleased with his points up to this point, but there are some criticisms, both his fault and the team. 1- Gurley is hesitant on runs on where he does not have a clear immediate running lane from his line. On his 12 yard run to the left and his first TD run, he showed the burst from last year. He saw the lane was there and ran through it with power. On most his other runs, he has a defender in his face and he is taking some stutter steps which leads to getting hit quickly and not gaining yardage. 2- Passing game usage is so very different from last year and this part I don’t put the blame on him. This is purely game script because that line is getting pushed back into Goff every single play. You can see the communication before the snap of where he needs to pick up the blitzes. We are used to see him running more routes, more specifically, screen plays. He has taken so many of these for chunk gains, where he simply hasn’t had that once this year. The reason for that, is they don’t trust the line to hold for that split moment to set up the play. The line one is playing very poorly and is a major factor is in drop in yards from scrimmage. I believe he is a hold and look forward to better days ahead. Just some observations that helped write the narrative in my eyes.
  3. With news of it being a meniscus injury, is he a hold or drop?
  4. I picked up Damarea Crockett. Got some work and has some enticing measureables
  5. Hmmm, 190+ standard points. I’ll certainly take that. We are talking how useful these guys are for fantasy. Not how their NFL career panned out.
  6. Might be me being paranoid, but did Damien Williams pull up with his hammy on that swing pass?
  7. I really don’t think I can pull the trigger on this guy. Baltimore has plus sized corners who can get physical. They also have a pass rush that can make it a long day for Winston. I know the saying you don’t bench studs, but with him not getting as many looks recently, he is a fade for me this week.
  8. I am actually realling liking the Giants DST. I am debating them over the Seahawks @ 49ers. They have been getting nice sacks and a turnover here and there the past couple weeks. TEN also doesn't score many TDs away from their home field. In saying that, i would still play MIN over them, because same scenario in that MIA offense in much worse when way from home.
  9. Same situation. Will keep tabs on TreQuan, if he doesn't go, it makes the decision easier. My only concern is usage in his first game back. I would say he is more a WR2/WR3 just based on risk. If you have a guy you think is a safer play, then i would side with the other player. He does offer upside in a great matchup however. I am personally keeping tabs on Smith, if he is a go, i will likely play him because the scoreboard should get lit up in NOLA. Otherwise, I will hopefully plug in Green, but have a backup plan (mine is Keke Coutee).
  10. How do we feel about this guy from a dynasty perspective? Like many have said, he has the raw talent but makes a lot of bonehead decisions. Bottom line is he is a very good fantasy an, just not a real life qb. I don’t feel confident he will be back in TB next year. I feel we are obligated to hold, just to see where he goes.
  11. As an Eagles fan, i would love for them to go get this dude. Crossing my fingers.
  12. For those that can hold, he has a dreamy playoff schedule. I am not suggesting you deal him away, but if you are in a must win situation, it may be best. It depends on where you are at. However, look at this playoff slate, @Chargers, vs Raiders, @Browns.
  13. Agreed 100%. Did the same thing. The Titans cannot move the ball, or put up points. Dallas D is also pretty underrated, should handle the Titans easily.