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  1. Loved him as a RB2 last year behind Zeke (he'd occasionally be better). I can easily see him being overdrafted as a RB1, especially in PPR formats. I personally wouldn't feel great having Jacobs fulfill that role unless he gets more work in the passing game and can stay healthier. Would be very happy with him as RB2 though.
  2. Edelman is more than likely still the guy in NE (but he's about to be 34) and the Pats will still of course focus on pounding the rock with Stidham as the apparent starter. Any chance at all for a productive sophomore season (assuming he can stay on the field)?
  3. Sad that this fact even needs to be pointed out. He'll be in Canton when it's all said and done. I don't see why his HOF worthiness is being called into question.
  4. I know the Texans traded for Tunsil last season but have they addressed the offensive line more this off-season? This guy will produce when he's on the field and I've loved having him on my fantasy teams. Losing Hopkins doesn't concern me too much in terms of fantasy production. What I am concerned about (and correct me if I'm wrong) is that he was one of the QBs sacked the most last season... yet again.
  5. This man is still pushing on while his son is about to start college ball at Southern Miss Crazy
  6. Imagine if we face Tampa... in Tampa
  7. I was at the South Carolina-Georgia game last season and the guy can play. You could tell he was public enemy number 1 for the UGA defense. He's got the size, consistent production, and has made some incredible grabs. He's not gonna be Ruggs but has decent speed and acceleration as well. He just needs to polish up his game a bit, particularly his route running for the NFL and eliminating the occasional drops. Besides that, he has solid potential and lacks any major flaws. IMO, he had a good shot to go somewhere in the 2nd round if he didn't have the foot injury and if the WR class wasn't as deep as it was this year. I'm not sure about his fantasy or on the field production for this upcoming season though, but I wouldn't expect anything big especially when Waller, Ruggs, Tyrell Williams, and Renfrow are gonna get their targets.
  8. In addition, Ron Rivera is also one of the best defensive minds in the league.
  9. Maybe I'm just overplaying the loss of Lorenzo Alexander. His retirement has left a void to be filled at OLB. Whenever I caught a Bills game, it was easy to tell that Alexander was the heart and leader of that defense. As a Bills fan though you'd probably know better than me if he was as vital as I'm make him out to be. I expect linebacker to be a solid group for them next season, but I personally think the stronger D-Line and the secondary (which also added Norman to help out as well) will be what makes the defense really, really good.
  10. This ^ I also wouldn't sleep on the Bills. They were solid last year and honestly, probably got better by grabbing AJ Epenesa and Mario Addison to bolster the d-line. Linebacker is really the only questionable area while the secondary remains the strength.
  11. I'm all in (minus two particular games on Miami's schedule)