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  1. Another silly strategy. Why would you punt on RB2? How is that beneficial? Why would you willingly create a hole in which u would have to rely on the likes of Akers/Kerryon? Drafting 5 RBs in the 1st 5 rounds is actually a smarter strategy than WR-First. It guarantees that you have 3 set-and-forget RBs, and you can always trade 1 solid RB for 2 solid WRs (the inverse doesn't work)
  2. The only reason Thielen was putting up those 100 yard games was because of Diggs. Diggs dictated coverage, not Thielen. Diggs being on the field means 1-on-1 matchups over the middle all game long. Thielen was NEVER a better WR than Diggs, ever. Is Tyler Boyd a better WR than AJ Green? That's essentially what you're saying. Football 101 - Slot receivers, or #2 receivers, are better when they have a #1 outside WR on the field at the same time. Tyler Boyd is better when he has AJ Green dictating coverage. Cooper Kupp is better when he has Brandin Cooks stretching the field. Juju SS is better when he has Antonio Brown dictating coverage. Adam Thielen is better when he has Stefon Diggs dictating coverage. Calvin Ridley is better when he has Julio Jones dictating coverage. Etc. Etc.
  3. One of the most OVERVALUED players in FF this year. Avoid at that ADP!!! Much like Juju SS, Thielen needs an alpha #1 WR on the outside drawing all the attention so he can eat in the slot. Even when he had that 100-yard game streak, Diggs was always the most dangerous WR on the team and the guy who defenses game planned around, allowing Thielen to produce. His elite production all came with Diggs on the field, much like all of Juju's production came with AB on the field. The deep threat Diggs isn't there anymore, they replaced him with a slot receiver, meaning Thielen is now just an ordinary WR in Fantasy. Let someone else draft Theilen at that ADP and be disappointed.
  4. The worst passer in all of football when throwing from a CLEAN pocket under zero pressure. Inaccurate, immobile, uninspiring, non-playmaking QB. Awful. Easily one of the biggest busts in NFL history - I maintained before the 2018 Draft that he had no business being drafted in the 1st round, and I was obviously correct. He had manufactured stats at UCLA in a QB-friendly WCO, padded his stats against soft defenses playing from behind in shootouts because his defense was so bad. Josh Rosen has no talent. Nobody wants to build around him, because there's absolutely nothing to build around. He does not have an NFL QB skill-set. There's just nothing there. He can't play. He's a bad football player. The story has already been written. R.I.P. Josh Rosen's NFL Career.
  5. Overvalued = Adam Thielen Similar to Juju. Needs an alpha #1 WR on the outside drawing all the attention so he can eat in the slot. Even when he had that 100-yard game streak, Diggs was always the most dangerous WR on the team and the guy who defenses game planned around, allowing Thielen to produce. His elite production all came with Diggs on the field, much like all of Juju's production came with AB on the field. The deep threat Diggs isn't there anymore, they replaced him with a slot receiver, meaning Thielen is just an ordinary WR in Fantasy. Let someone else draft Theilen at that ADP.
  6. Overvalued = Evan Engram. Giants are committed to running the ball under Jason Garrett. They signed an inline 280 pound TE Levine Toilolo to do that. Engram is an Air Raid TE, a complementary piece in this offense. The passing game will be evenly distributed among Slayton, Shepard, Tate, Engram, and Barkley out the backfield. That ADP is insanely high. Let someone else draft Evan Engram.
  7. Undervalued = Hayden Hurst 1) Dirk Koetter's pass-heavy offense 2) He's taking over Austin Hooper's role in which Hooper was a Top 3 TE before he got injured 3) Hurst is more talented than Hooper. Falcons traded a 2nd round pick for him for a reason. 4) Julio and Ridley on the outside guarantees him 1-on-1 matchups over the middle. Top 5 TE finish wouldn't surprise me. He's the guy to target if you want to wait on TE (smart play this year) and steal one late.
  8. I still don't understand the Juju love. Makes no sense to me. The guy is a complementary slot receiver who needs a true #1 like AB to open up the field for him. He's an easy "Do Not Draft" guy for me in all leagues
  9. Do you draft Sanders before Nick Chubb? I would draft Chubb because he's safer and more durable, but in the back of my mind, I kind of think Sanders will outproduce him in 2020.
  10. You gotta get your RBs early this year After Kareem Hunt, RB28, 67 overall, (middle of the 6th round) it is a barren wasteland. https://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/rankings/half-point-ppr-cheatsheets.php
  11. All-RB strategy (Take RB in first 5 rounds) is better than the one in the OP
  12. No way, you mean the 2019 historic, all-time great Patriots Defense gave Josh Allen some problems? By the way, u do realize Allen had a 103 passer rating in the 2nd Pats game, right?
  13. Look how quickly RBs drop off into Nothing Here's the 0.5 ppr FantasyPros rankings https://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/rankings/half-point-ppr-cheatsheets.php The Mendoza Line for RBs: Kareem Hunt, RB28, #67 overall Hunt is the last useful RB you can draft. He's only the 67th overall pick! The next 3 RBs after RB28 Hunt: Akers, Guice, Michel. Yuck. James White w/o Brady? Jordan Howard? Vaughn? Yuck! After pick 67 (Kareem Hunt), compare the # of useful WRs with the # of useful RBs...there are significantly more WRs to choose from! Not even close. You can find WR2/Flex type WRs everywhere. Boyd at 74. Gallup at 79. Fuller at 85. Marvin Jones at 91. John Brown at 96. Brandin Cooks at 99. Shepard at 105. Sanders at 110. Do you see the point??
  14. Mixon > Hill and Julio for 2020 Hill is boom-or-bust, is prone to leaving games early and giving you a clunker, and because he is small, is injury prone. A hamstring tweak is always at risk with him. Julio is 31 and just had his lowest yardage total since 2013, and he doesn't score many TDs. Mixon vs Adams is a tough call.
  15. Just to clarify - I didn't mean use first 2 picks on RBs....but more so: use 2 out of first 3 picks on RBs....or 2 out of first 4 picks on RBs Basically: After I've made 4 picks, I must, MUST, come away with 2 set-and-forget RBs