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  1. He had two balls that a wr with his skill-set can come down with. One of them could’ve been a long touchdown. It was another promising outing that could’ve looked even better. As he further acclimates himself, he should catch these types of balls like so many of his college highlights showcase. I’m very encouraged.
  2. Even though there have been wr who still excel at or past his age, he is playing/looking like when a wr gets old. I noticed a play today where the jets didn’t turn on on an early deep throw. But not only do I see a lack of burst, but he also is not making grabs that he used to make, which was one of his best attributes. He also had one of those today where I actually mentioned out loud that he used to typically come down with those balls that he could get his hands on. His body language shows it too, which might be frustration that it’s not coming together for him thus far. I originally thought he was simply rusty , but I started thinking last week that Higgins emergence might be coming a year earlier than originally expected. I suppose it’s still possible for a chemistry to develop with Burrow and Green start looking more like his former self, but some of those aforementioned plays made it look like it is more than rust and chemistry with Burrow. With the type of chances Burrow gives his WRs on throws, the AJ Green of a few years ago would seemingly be a beautiful match.
  3. Higgins looks so comfortable and smooth out there for a rookie. Pretty cool to see a new 9 to 85 connection. Here’s hoping they can significantly eclipse what the previous two accomplished.
  4. I try not to panic so early in the season, but I’m considering dropping Wentz for him myself.
  5. Had ours on Saturday the 29th and it was handled no differently than any other draft we've had; this being our 18th annual live draft.
  6. Probably right. That's the number that has been referenced. Rumors per beat writer is that he wants to be paid within the top 8 backs in the league, and the 8th richest rb salary is at 7.7mil. I'm assuming it will be north of 8mil but under 12mil. I normally wouldn't consider it wise to sink that kind of money into rbs, but I think a few are exceptions with Mixon being one of them.
  7. this. I'd bet an 8m / yr extension would clear up those migraines with a quickness.
  8. It's nice to see that some in here have some optimism for him like myself. I am having to decide whom to keep between Diontae Johnson and Michael Gallup, and almost everywhere I look overwhelmingly has Gallup as the choice. I personally see it closer than what I'm seeing on sites, consensus rankings and adp.
  9. I started watching later in the ot, but I didn't see him in the game.
  10. I turned on the game late and saw Mostert getting the touches for SF. Breida hurt ? What about Coleman? Thx.
  11. Yeah I noticed that, which is why I asked the question regarding having Montgomery on his list of pickups. At first glance it might seem like Powell would be next in line, but I could easily see a scenario where they committee them with Montgomery getting the passing work and Powell as the between tackles runner. In this scenario, Montgomery could have the slightly higher floor considering how often they tend to check down.