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  1. Can’t see any legit argument for Foles over Wentz long term. “Good Foles” is really good and can win a Super bowl, but he has been around many years and “Bad Foles” is an endemic part of his game. We had Bad Foles earlier this year and he doesn’t even look like a solid backup. That is what Nick Foles is. You can gamble on him when you need to, but he can just as easily bury your season.
  2. Target list in SD next year still looks crowded, even if Tyrell Williams leaves. Hunter Henry will be presumably be back. I love M. Williams and I believe talent always rises. But like the stock market, timing is everything. For dynasty, he is great. In other formats, I think he will still just be a WR 2/3 with upside next year.
  3. I'm not excited about the Wentz matchup against the Cowboys defense. What they did to the Saints is troubling.
  4. The real question is whether the fallout from this drags T. Hill back into the spotlight.
  5. I’m calling this past game his “double outlier game.”. 😉
  6. Chubb has only shown he can catch when thrown to. I see his ceiling as similar to Gurley. There was a time when people thought Gurley couldn’t catch too.
  7. Tweet From this tweet: "Andy Dalton has basically played 13 career games without AJ Green. The Bengals are 5-7-1 in those matches. Dalton has completed 284 of 468 passes (60.7%) for 3,148 yards (6.7) with 12 TDs and 10 INTs. That's all good for an 80.3 passer rating."
  8. Dalton has a long history of not doing well when AJ Green doesn’t play. It’s not pretty.
  9. Every carry and target for Chubb against KC: Link
  10. It's strange, but since the bye week, it looks like Stafford is intentionally trying to get the ball more to Tate and Jones. Yesterday, he was forcing the ball to Tate and it ended up biting him with what was effectively a game ending interception.
  11. Duke got hurt in the first series. Looked like it might be a pulled hammy.
  12. Funny thing about the Browns, when they fall behind too far, instead of throwing it every down to catch up, they seem to give up on that front and just run their offense. Also, Chubb got his first two catches of his NFL career yesterday.