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  1. They're both top 20. Negatives: Webb has taken a lot of sacks (apparently, I don't have sack data at this point but his rushing statline is 17/-81/2), Lock has been below average at picking up 3rd down conversations, and they've both been fairly average at consistently picking up first downs. The sacks are the most concerning of those numbers, in my opinion.
  2. Top 10 QBs so far, by my metrics: Jerod Evans Va Tech Logan Woodside Toledo Lamar Jackson Louisville Patrick Mahomes II Texas Tech Jake Browning Washington Chad Kelly Miss Thomas Woodson Akron DeShone Kizer Notre Dame Ryan Finley NC State Mitch Trubisky N Carolina
  3. Those workout numbers for ASJ are "a scout at a private workout said..." numbers, which are typically exaggerated. He didn't run at the combine or at a pro day. He also only weighed 262 at the combine. His combine weigh-in puts him 0.75" shorter and 2 pounds lighter than Gronk.
  4. He caught his first pass from Kerry Collins. Britt's main quarterbacks have been: Kerry Collins (age 37-38), Vince Young, Matt Hasselbeck (age 36-37), Jake Locker, Austin Davis, Shaun Hill (age 34), Nick Foles, and Case Keenum.
  5. Since Britt entered the NFL in 2009, here are the top 10 Yards Per Target seasons by players on the Titans or Rams (min 25 targets): YPT Player Tm Year G Tg Rec Yd TD 11.12 Kenny Britt TEN 2011 3 26 17 289 3 10.62 Kenny Britt TEN 2010 12 73 42 775 9 9.62 Brian Quick STL 2014 7 39 25 375 3 9.46 Kenny Britt STL 2015 16 72 36 681 3 9.46 Stedman Bailey STL 2014 14 46 30 435 1 9.37 Jared Cook TEN 2011 16 81 49 759 3 9.35 Kenny Britt TEN 2009 16 75 42 701 3 9.04 Stedman Bailey STL 2013 16 25 17 226 0 8.99 Nate Washington TEN 2014 16 72 40 647 2 8.90 Kenny Britt STL 2014 16 84 48 748 3 Data from here and here. This year Britt is currently at 10.06 YPT on 16 targets. I took Britt for my Anarchy team after I saw these numbers.
  6. Odd that Henry didn't get a single target.
  7. My team is only scoring 154 each week, but I still feel pretty good about it. No major injuries so far, studs looking relatively studly (David Johnson & Antonio Brown), some cheap guys stepping up (Fuller, CMike, J James), and the cavalry are on their way (Bell, Brady, Gordon). I'm just grateful that I had Nick Folk this week to keep me above water.
  8. Per-drive stats are better than per-game stats. Last year, DEN faced 195 drives and SEA faced only 166. DEN gave up 1.43 pts/dr and 24.47 yds/dr, 1st in both. SEA gave up 1.50 pts/dr and 28.45 yds/dr, which ranked 4th & 6th.
  9. 2 weeks in, the biggest risers are Will Fuller, Marvin Jones, Stefon Diggs, Melvin Gordon, CJ Anderson, Spencer Ware, and Theo Riddick.
  10. There have been 52 100+ yards from scrimmage games so far, 22 by RBs, 27 by WRs, and 3 by TEs. There are 15 players with 200+ total yards from scrimmage through 2 weeks. 8 of them are RBs, 7 are WRs.
  11. Week 2: Cook played 65% of the snaps and R Rodgers played 51%. 6 targets, which he turned into 4/31/0, on a day when the offense was struggling. Still seems worth holding on to in the league where I own him.
  12. There are currently about 30 receivers who are producing at a rate that is good enough to put them at least in the "solid prospect" range, if they keep it up all season. (Many will not keep it up all season.) Leading the way (by my numbers) are Syracuse's Amba Etta-Tawo, Georgia's Isaiah McKenzie, and Louisiana Tech's Trent Taylor. Cal's Chad Hansen is first in receiving yards and is up there in my numbers (I'm curious what @CalBear's take is on him). One RB (Ohio State's Curtis Samuel) and one TE (Mississippi's Evan Engram) make the cut for strong receiving production by WR standards. I'd guess that the receivers who came out of nowhere are less likely to keep up the pace than the ones with a track record of success. 11 of the receivers have already had an above average (or better) season by my metrics: Courtland Sutton (SMU), Devonte Boyd (UNLV), Keeva Lucas (Tulsa), Kenny Golladay (Northern Illinois), James Washington (Oklahoma State), Corey Davis (Western Michigan), Thomas Sperbeck (Boise State), Shelton Gibson (West Virginia), Cody Thompson (Toledo), KD Cannon (Baylor), and Taywan Taylor (Western Kentucky). Among the other big names, Isaiah Ford isn't that far back on this group. But JuJu Smith-Schuster, Mike Williams, Calvin Ridley, and Christian Kirk are a ways back through 3 games.
  13. Is there a link I can bookmark which will continue to take me to the most recent FandDuel IVC? I've been doing an awkward thing of re-bookmarking it each week.
  14. Cook has been a disappointment, but he has still averaged 49/638/3.1 per 16 games over the past 5 seasons. He doesn't need that big a boost over those numbers to be a fantasy starter.
  15. Cook played 52% of GB's offensive snaps week 1, compared to 39% for Richard Rodgers. I'm still hanging on to Cook in the league where I drafted him (which has a format where it makes sense to roster a backup TE), but if that number doesn't increase soon then I'll probably move on.