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  1. Maybe I'm in the minority, but I don't view CEH as anywhere near the same league as Swift, Taylor, Akers, and Dobbins. CEH may very well have a good career in the NFL, but keep in mind that the dude played in the best offense in college football history. Some of his production needs to be taken with a grain of salt IMO.
  2. I don't think he'll be a breakout player in season long, but Justin Jackson will be a bye week fill in that will win people a few weeks this year. He's explosive and more importantly it sounds like the Chargers staff really likes him. Likely more of a best ball play in 2020 though.
  3. They signed JD McKissic so I wonder what that does for Love's 3rd down role?
  4. I feel like this dude is flying under the radar big time. Fournette played in 15 games last year, but that's a rarity. Seems like a good bet to miss time this year. In Armstead's 1 start last year he caught 5 passes for 52 yards and a TD. Kid is talented and a good receiver so he has 3 down potential in the event Fournette gets hurt. Probably my favorite backup at RB.
  5. Agree. Swift (UGA), Akers (FSU), Dobbins (OSU), and Taylor (Wisconsin) are all legit.
  6. I actually don't think this is a bad landing spot for MG. Denver has a pretty good OL and they throw to their RBs (Freeman had 40+ catches last year). I still think Gordon could be a high end RB2 in 2020.
  7. DaeSean Hamilton leading Denver in receiving for the 2nd week in a row. Is this guy coming into his own after struggling early in the year? I own him in Dynasty so I certainly hope so.
  8. Top 10 TE in 2020? This kid really seems to be growing into a player.
  9. 12 team, full point PPR. Start 1 QB, 3 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, 1 RB/WR/TE. I had 4th pick and reached for Dalvin Cook. Zeke scares me and I think Cook has the most upside of the other backs. QB: Carson Wentz WR: Mike Evans WR: Julian Edelman WR: Nelson Agholor RB: Dalvin Cook RB: Damien Williams TE: Hunter Henry FLEX: Melvin Gordon (5.04) K: Who Cares(?) DEF: Who Cares(?) Notable bench players: Darwin Thompson Rashaad Penny Tre'Quan Smith Darrell Henderson Latavious Murray Thanks in advance for the feedback, gentlemen!
  10. Early Rounds Davante Adams Nick Chubb Dalvin Cook Adam Thielen Mid Rounds Chris Godwin Tyler Boyd Jarvis Landry (top 20 WR every year in PPR and still gets no love) Darrell Henderson Late Rounds Daesean Hamilton (don't think people realize how good this kid is) Jamison Crowder (sign me up for Adam Gase's slot WR) Lamar Jackson Devin Singletary
  11. I watched quite a bit of Finley at NC State and that dude is really good. It's insane that the Bengals got him in the 4th round.
  12. Jamison Crowder is going to be a thing this year if you're not too scorned after back to back years of him being everyone's "sleeper" WR. Gase loves the slot WR. Crowder is going to get fed.
  13. I don't think there's any doubt about that. I'd be very surprised if Thompson is with the Redskins in 2020.
  14. I should also add the Vikings to the list of teams that could use a guy like Clement. All they have behind Cook is a rookie and Ameer Abdullah. Not exactly a stacked depth chart if Dalvin goes down.
  15. I could see Clement being dealt before the season. He's a good back that could help a team like the Bucs, Texans, or Chargers if Gordon leaves. He has no fantasy value if he stays in Philly though.