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  1. The real truth is that Dalton was extremely bad when he did start. Didn't move the offense until the Bengals were down big and got all of his stats this year in garbage time. By that point the Bengals, who don't utilize Joe Mixon as a pass catcher for some odd reaso , would abandon the run and render Mixon useless for fantasy purposes. The Rotoworld blurb on Dalton getting the job back is just strange. They mention that the move "benefits almost all parties involved except Joe Mixon, who was force fed carries with Finley under center" as if force-feeding touches to by far your best offensive player is a bad thing or that anyone other than Mixon should matter. If they stuck with that mantra the first time around instead of putting the offense on the back of Dalton, he wouldn't have gotten benched in the first place.
  2. Same as Brady, Rivers arm is done. Can't throw it deep, thus renders Williams useless. Not sure how I could see this is how Williams season would go but couldn't realize the same thing would happen to Josh Gordon, smh.
  3. Finally, this man is playing his actual position. If he can stay healthy, enjoy the ride gents.
  4. One preseason game a season does not make. He definitely can contribute across the board but wasn't the most efficient scorer last year (FG%, 3P%, or FT%). But I guess you could say I'm just high on him in general.
  5. Points league stud. ESPN really needs to give him his SG eligibility. He's a SG first and foremost.
  6. Yeah, I'm surprised people have so easily forgotten about the Packers murders row of defenses to start this season. If you told me that Aaron Jones would finish these first 4 weeks averaging 12.7 fantasy points a game in non-PPR, I would of never believed you. If anything, he's shown me that I shouldn't be afraid to start him as an RB2/Flex during the fantasy playoffs when his match-ups get tough again because he's so electric at the goal line. (Not sure what that play-calling was Thursday) Also, when it comes to usage, Jones needs Jamaal Williams to be worked in.. That 23 carry, 4 rec game he had was cool and all, but consistent usage like that will just get him injured. Some guys are just not built for that type of workload and his first couple of years show he's one of them. People keep trying to turn it into a Jones OR Williams question, but this is a less talented version of Kamara-Ingram, they'll both be used this year. Jones is Kamara, and Williams is Ingram. People freaked out after last week because Williams got so many touches, but if you watched that game he deserved them. He was running strong in the rain, while Jones was having a little trouble finding his footing. Yet Jones still received the valuable goal line touches. I expect it to settle around a 60-40 Jones-Williams snap breakout as the year rolls on.
  7. I owned Gronk last year and it definitely felt like that's how he was used. Against strong opponents, he got his. But the majority of games he was just used as a decoy that the defense keyed in on while Brady checked down to White, used Edelman, Dorsett, etc. I feel like it's the same with Gordon. Obviously the most talented player on the offense, but used almost as a decoy that opens up things for everyone else in the Pats offense. (when Edelman is healthy) It was funny, even last week against the Dolphins when AB was still on the team, Miami shadowed JG with Xavien Howard (arguably a top 5 CB in the NFL) which opened up everything for the other receivers, including AB. I really thought that was going to work the other way around lol
  8. Second straight game with 12+ targets. One where they led almost the entire game, and one where they were playing catch up.
  9. In case we were still wondering, yes, Tyler Lockett has taken over the Doug Baldwin role. High-end WR2 ROS, with the possibility for more.
  10. Should be a weekly WR2 as he settles in the next few weeks.
  11. I hate watching the Titans play. This is how they like to play football
  12. Last week was pretty tough to watch. Wilson didn't even look his way most of his dropbacks. As a Doug Baldwin owner last year, it was very reminiscent of that to me. Difference is Baldwin was on his last legs, and Lockett is in his prime. I expect them to right the ship. I also think Seattle's defense might struggle this year, forcing Seattle to throw the rock more. Cincy shredded them through the air, and that was without their LT (who happens to be their best lineman also), A.J. Green, and Joe Mixon for a half.
  13. I was singing this guys praises in this thread last night but only had 5th waiver priority. Somehow he managed to drop to me. I. am. pumped.
  14. The 14 snaps shouldn't be an issue. Dude was hurt preseason so they are trying to ease him in and he STILL boomed week 1. Huge breakout potential.
  15. I would've liked to handcuff but Penny was taken. Carson's play style is so physical. And he doesn't just go down, he drags defenders piling on more hits to his body on the way. He got a RIDICULOUS workload both running and catching the ball, though, and I want to make sure I have this backfield locked up.