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  1. Thoughts for next season? I feel like ACL injuries just aren't what they used to be thanks to advances in surgery/recovery/etc. But he's always hurt. I feel like when he's out there, he's a legit WR2. Being opposite Hopkins, having a great QB, great talent. It's all there. But I have a hard time spending even a middle round pick for a guy that hasn't broken 700 yards in his first 3 years.
  2. Thoughts on him for next season? For all the hype this year--I don't really like him at all going into next season. Mariotta isn't going to be the QB who has an elite WR1. Mariotta also can't stay healthy. You're about having to bank on the Titans backup QB for games if you're drafting him. I've got him around WR29/30, and that feels insane. But the situation just isn't fantasy friendly for a WR.
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    Doug Baldwin

    Does he bounce back next season? I loved the guy coming into 2018, but injuries ruined his season. He's 30 and been dealing with nagging injuries off and on. He's obviously a great bounce back candidate, but at what point do you start looking at him? I feel like he'll be a WR3 in drafts next season, with the upside to be a WR2. I worry Lockett continues to blossom and eat into his share.
  4. Where does everyone see him going into next season? I feel like he'll have pretty goo positive regression. The volume was there as previously mentioned in this thread. Just didn't turn it into production. And yet he still barely missed 1,000 yards. I've got him around WR20 going into next season. I feel like he could be solid value after a disappointing season. Baker seems legit, I feel like the offense will continue to improve--and as they say rising tides lift all ships
  5. Curious what the shark pool predicts from him next season. He has broken 900 yards once in his career. I've seen him projected in the teens of WR rankings up to the early 20's. He missed 3 games this season. Missed virtually all of the season before. He'll be the #1 WR on the Bears. I feel like Trusbisky is already pretty good and going to keep getting better. That said, I feel like he'll always be 800 and 6. Is the upside for more there, sure. But I feel like he's low on my totem pole of upside until you get into the mid-late 20's of WR rankings. I've currently got him at WR28 or WR29.
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    2019 First Round- Non ppr

    I just don't see how anyone trusts David Johnson as their 1st round pick. The Cardinals offense has been very bad. Honestly, Johnson is a guy that PPR would elevate moreso for me. You're going to be able to get him late 2nd or 3rd IMHO. Julio's been on a touchdown tear, but he's had double digit Touchdowns once in his career. Adams just had his 3rd straight Double digit TD season. Adams finally put it all together and is 26 years old. He had 150 less yards, but 6 more TD's. Hill--I get the argument for him over Adams, and I won't tell that you're wrong. But to me, Adams is more reliable/Consistent. Adams had 100 yards or a TD in all but one game. Hill missed the mark 8 times. He gets his points in huge clumps. I worry that Hill is doing a lot of his damage by blowing the tops off of defenses, and they'll adjust for that next season.
  7. What the heck happened this season? 140 Targets. That's tied with Michael Thomas, ahead of Diggs, Mike Evans, , Hill, Wood. Yet still only 76 catches. 54% He caught 69% last season.
  8. Holy one handed catch batman. Finished the night with 9 catches for 192 yards. America is on notice.
  9. I'm curious as to where he goes next season. I've got him at RB13 at the moment. I can't imagine anyone touching him in the 1st, and I won't be surprised if he makes it to the 3rd. As frustrating as this year has been, if he makes it to the 3rd round, he's interesting.
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    Tannehill's upside

    They need to. He's not special. He isn't lifting them to wins. He could maybe be the QB on a more loaded team. The Dolphins aren't the team that the QB can just make a few plays.
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    2019 First Round- Non ppr

    Yahoo and ESPN seem to be defaulting as 0.5 PPR being the new "Standard." If no PPR: Gurley Zeke CMC Barkley Kamara Gordon AB Adams Hopkins Conner Chubb Notes: PPR vs non-ppr doesn't change it a ton at the top IMO. Gurley obviousy #1, great offense, great talent, runs well, catches it well Zeke #2, maybe slides to 3 in PPR, but 3 straight star years. Never averaged less than 95 ypg since coming into the nfl. Barkley--I just don't know/trust the QB situation. The talent is there. He's done ok with Eli. I just worry they have someone like Rosen next season and we see a David Johnson situation. Kamara>Gordon because of injury history, Eckler/Jackson exist. I suspect Ingram will move on, but even if he stays, I love Kamara's upside. AB>Adams. You can easily argue Adams here. I think it's between those 2 for the top WR off the board. Brown's done it for so long and is just so consistent. Adams is younger, doesn't have JJSS for competition. Better QB. It's almost a coin toss. Chubb: You can argue someone else here for sure. If you extrapolate his numbers since taking over as the starter, he's on pace for 1700 total yards and 14 TD's. He's a good pass catcher. Duke Johnson has had a very reduced role this season. I suspect Chubb's role in the passing game continues to grow, the offense continues to improve.
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    2018 - What We Learned

    1. Spread your risk. You hear it all the time, but when draft days rolled around, I picked Fournette and Baldwin everywhere I could. I had Fournette/Gordon/Hunt all pretty close. Had Baldwin close to several others. Fournette missing so many weeks crippled multiple teams. 2. As others have said--Fade the holdouts/pre-season injury guys. I never in a million years thought Bell would forego 15 million (or whatever the amount was). I also thought Zeke was virutally the same player. You know how the story ends. 3. Stream defenses. I took Jacksonille early in a few leagues. I took Baltimore in several leagues. At the end of the year, I was reading the FBG article for defenses to stream and picking up the best option in pretty much every league. A lot of weeks, getting an ok defense against the Redskins 8th string QB is better than the Bears vs an average offense. No sense in investing. 4. Invest in Tight End. At least the top 2, maybe 3. I thought it was insane to spend a 2nd round pick on a tight end that might get you 800 yards. Instead, people got McKinnon who got you nothing. I personally got a lot of Doug Baldwin in the 3rd, some D Freeman in the 3rd. A safe stud tight end is a good investment. You're just as likely to lose anyone. 5. Wait on QB confirmed. Mahommes went how late? Josh Allen had a huge stretch and was an FA. Rothlesberger/Rivers were later picks. 6. Process matters all year. Last year was a busy one. I didn't pay a ton of attention at the end of the season or in the off-season. Come July, I'm scrambling for data, trying to figure out what round to draft Kapernick.
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    2018 - What We Learned

    I think he'll be top 5 next season
  14. I did 17 leagues this year. Reached for the Jags defense in 1-2 leagues. Drafted Baltimore Defense in several leagues where I felt they were a good value pick. I streamed for big chunks of the season in just about every league. Lesson: Don't over-invest into Team Def
  15. He's just broken down at this point. I traded for him in Dynasty. Gave Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills. Thought I was getting away with highway robbery--jokes on me. Granted, didnt lose anything major. But my TE situation is no better. We do a 3 week playoffs with 6 teams--the 1st week he was good. The last 2 weeks terrible. I don't think you can rely on him going into 2019. RIP