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Philadelphia Eagles current Vegas futures:
Super Bowl Win: 18/1
NFC championship win: 15/2
NFC East title: 11/10
Win Total: 9.5
While it’s been hard to make money on the Eagles over the last couple years since their lone Super Bowl win (I’m sure any Eagles fan will help you remember), but they have seemed to always put forth one of the most talented teams in the league. This year is no different, adding Darius Slay to their secondary, which proved to be their Achilles heel last year.
I love over on 9.5, they were a huge victim if injuries last year and still managed to win nine games. Fantasy-wise, I would generally stay away from the offense, as there are a LOT of mouths to feed, so you’re likely paying too high a price for them at expected ADPs. Miles Sanders is a sleeper to watch, seeing as the Eagles will be bringing their top O Line into yet another season, but it still remains to be seen if Philly will go and grab another RB before the season starts, as there is still a lot of talent in both free agency and the draft.
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We wrapped up the AFC on our last post and now it’s time to show the NFC some love! First up, the NFC East. Headlined by two Fantasy Stud RB’s in Zeke & Barkley and the soon to be PPR superstar Miles Sanders. The East also boast solid WR’s & TE’s making it an overall very solid and balanced fantasy division. ⠀
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Breakout: Calvin Ridley
- Calvin Ridley had a solid sophomore campaign this past season, but he has the potential to do much more than that. In week 13, Ridley suffered an abdominal injury that would cost him the rest of the season. He ended up finishing as the WR27, however, using his per game average of 15.2 ppg, if he had played a full 16 games, he would have finished as the WR12 overall. Furthermore, former teammate Austin Hooper is now a member of the Cleveland Browns. While Hayden Hurst has take his place, it is extremely unlikely that Hurst completely fills the role that Hooper once had, especially considering he is primarily a blocking TE. This being said, Calvin ridley is in store for an increase in targets which will seriously help his fantasy value.
Bust: DeVante Parker
- In the second half of the 2019-2020 season, Devante Parker exploded, giving fantasy owners a potentially league winning top 5 performance practically every week. However, many seem to forget that this breakout happened after a season ending injury to Preston Williams. Before Williams got hurt, Parker put up decent numbers, with around 11 ppg, but that is a drastic difference from the top 5 performances he had down the stretch. Williams takes away a lot of redzone and deep looks from parker, something that his fantasy value depends on.
Sleeper: Anthony Miller
- With the departure of Taylor Gabriel, Anthony Miller becomes the clear-cut WR2 in the bears offense. Towards the end of the season, Anthony Miller began to break out with performances of 14, 23, 13 and 26 fantasy points in consecutive weeks during which he averaged over 10 targets a game. In a Nick Foles led offense, he should be in for more scoring opportunities as well as just volume in general as I expect the bears offense to be much more efficient.
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This time last year, Todd Gurley was viewed as a high-risk, high-reward asset due to a lingering knee issue. Fast forward a year later and he's since joined the Atlanta Falcons, but not much has changed in 2020.
If the 25-year-old RB proves he's back to full strength, it's not a stretch to think he could return RB1 value next season. But if that knee injury flares up, or limits him throughout the year, Gurley could quickly become a bust.
While Gurley undoubtedly regressed last season, it's fair to put some of that blame on that Rams offensive line. In 2017 and 2018, when he was the RB1 in back-to-back campaigns, Gurley was running behind a top-5 run-blocking offensive line, per Pro Football Focus.
That said, even though Gurley is the clear-cut RB1 in Atlanta, that knee injury is still a concern. He missed a combined three games over the past two seasons, and even when he was active last season, the team still monitored his touches. He played at least 80 percent of the offensive snaps in 11 of 14 games in 2018, but only reached that threshold three times in 2019.
If Gurley is healthy, he's the clear-cut lead back in what should be a dominant offense. That almost always leads to fantasy production – especially for a talent like Gurley. But that knee injury is still a mystery. Until we hear otherwise, Gurley is best viewed as a high-end, boom-or-bust RB2.
12 hours ago
Part 2!!! Once again I only did coaching changes that actually affect fantasy.
Redskins (New HC: Ron Rivera, New OC: Scott Turner): After being fired by the Carolina Panthers, Rivera immediately found a place as the new HC in Washington. He hopes to turn around the franchise like he did when he first entered the 2-14 Panthers organization. Along with Rivera brought new OC Scott Turner who was Rivera’s QB coach in Carolina. The two aggressive play callers may boost Haskins and McLaurin this season.
Cowboys (New HC: Mike McCarthy): The very experienced coach after working with a successful Packers team gets a Cowboys offence with plenty of playmakers. In Green Bay he was known for running a fast paced, pass-heavy offence which should give a fantasy boost to all Dallas players. Dak Prescott in particular should have continued success after passing for 4902 yards last season.
Dolphins (New OC: Chan Gailey): Gailey worked with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick in the past on the Bills and the Jets. Although Miami will likely add a rookie QB in the draft Fitzmagic will probably the week one starter who could be a fantasy streamer after some huge games last season.
Broncos: (New OC: Pat Shurmur): Having a defensive minded head coach in Vic Fangio should give more responsibility to Shurmur. Shurmur runs a run heavy offence which was seen in New York. Melvin Gordon and Philip Lindsay will both be heavily involved but I would still avoid them in fantasy.
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1 day ago
𝗧𝗿𝘂𝗲 𝗼𝗿 𝗙𝗮𝗹𝘀𝗲: Falcons WR Julio Jones will finish with his seventh consecutive 1,000+ Receiving Yards season in 2020?
4 hours ago
Who you got at 1.06 in PPR redrafts?
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At 1.06, it’s one of my favorite players in the league, Alvin Kamara.
Alvin has a special place in my heart due to becoming a 10th Round keeper in my League Of Record helping me go 16-0 in 2018. He’s been a staple on my rosters since.
Kamara is one of the most dynamic RBs in the NFL and makes a very difficult job look easy more often than not. He’s rarely hit square by defenders and breaks more tackles than a back of his size should (5’ 10” 215). He’s an excellent pass catcher and surprisingly effective between the tackles as well — 8.5 ypr and 5.0 ypc over his three seasons. He barely takes a backseat to Dalvin and Zeke to land just outside my Top 5, but it’s solely based on workload and overall touches, not necessarily talent or opportunity — Kamara, along with Cook and Elliott has the potential to end up RB1 overall, but has a tougher road to do it.
Like Zeke behind Cook, it’s hard to find flaws in Kamara’s game to land him behind Zeke, but as I said, it comes down to workload.
2019 total touches, yards and TDs paced over 16 games for each...
* Elliott: 355 / 1,777 / 14
* Cook: 346 / 1,890 / 13
* Kamara: 288 / 1,520 / 7
Kamara said he played with one of his legs at 75% last year. That may explain his “disappointing” fantasy season. He missed two games, but was still on pace for 100+ targets and 80+ receptions for the third straight season. He’s the 1A to Michael Thomas in the Saints offense, but saw his TDs drop from 13 as a rookie and 18 in 2018 to just 6 in last year. I expect those TDs to bounce back to double digits, but Latavius Murray had 6 TDs as well with 107 less touches. Also, in weeks 7 and 8 with Kamara out, Murray smashed.
* Week 7: 32tt / 150ty / 2 TDs
* Week 8: 30tt / 157ty / 2 TDs
Kamara has finished RB3, RB4 and RB11 so far. He should be Top 6 again in 2020.
Who you got at 1.06?
Kenyan Drake played 381 (79%) of 483 possible snaps during his eight games in Arizona last season. He handled 123 (85%) of the 144 carries and 35 (14%) of the 43 targets by the team's running backs. (Shoutout to @mikeclaynfl for those numbers.)
As I've said before, Adam Gase is a fantasy football killer and that was exactly the case when he was the head coach in Miami. Drake was extremely efficient with the Dolphins rushing for 1,532 yards on 456 carries over 3+ seasons for 4.6 yards per carry, but simply wasn't seeing the touches he needed to reach his ceiling from a fantasy football perspective
That completely changed when Drake was shipped to Arizona where he averaged just under 102 yards from scrimmage per game on 19 touches with eight touchdowns. Drake was the No. 3 RB from a fantasy football standpoint in that span. This is a pass-oriented air raid offense under Kliff Kingsbury, but Drake is capable of playing on all three downs. He averaged just under five targets per game in Arizona, which was 10th in the league during that span. The reality is that Drake isn't necessarily going to be a 25-30 touch back every week, but he doesn't need to see that type of volume given how efficient he is
The narrative that Drake has been mediocre his whole career will likely keep his average draft position lower than it should be, but that's where watching football comes in handy. If you're a box score watcher, it would be easy to assume that Drake isn't talented looking at his numbers back with the Dolphins. However, situation is everything from a fantasy football perspective and Drake could only show so much being held back by Gase
What I do know is that he showed out in Miami when he got the opportunity, and we saw that on a bigger level with more touches over the second half of last season in Arizona. I will say that Chase Edmonds, who showed flashes in this offense last season when David Johnson was hurt, is an absolute must handcuff for Drake owners.
Dynasty Mock Draft: Super Flex // TE Premium // 2nd Spot
1.2 - Patrick Mahomes
2.11 - Kenyan Drake
3.2 - Mike Evans
4.11 - Julio Jones
5.2 - Melvin Gordon
6.11 - Deebo Samuel
7.2 - DeVante Parker
8.11 - OJ Howard
9.2 - Mark Ingram
10.11 - Alexander Mattison
11.2 - Mecole Hardman
12.11 - Philip Rivers
13.2 - Blake Jarwin
14.11 - Marcus Mariota
Who’s the best value?
.5 PPR who are you taking in your fantasy draft?
Chris Carson or Kenyan Drake
We ended up picking Drake to be our RB2.
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The Carolina Panthers agreed to terms with QB Teddy Bridgewater on a three-year, $63M deal with $40M guaranteed in the first two seasons, per @adamschefter.
In the few games that I've watched Bridgewater play in the league, he hasn't necessarily been asked to do much by his coaching staff in terms of throwing the ball downfield because the run game was already established (during his tenure w/ MIN and NO). The expectations should remain the same in Carolina, especially with CMC in that backfield, unless their defense isn't able to hold up in 2020 (for some reason I believe they'll have their fair share of troubles).
For fantasy, I'm not exactly jumping over hoops for the likes of Robby Anderson or Curtis Samuel, but I do remain optimistic for D.J. Moore (who is entering the infamous Year Three) and have hope that he'll find success under first-time HC Matt Rhule's offense.
At the end of the day, the Panthers will need to compete offensively more than ever now that their division became filled with star-studded talent. The 27-year-old signal caller doesn't have the same mobility nor is known to be a gunslinger, but one thing for sure if that Bridgerwater is a helluva game manager and for fantasy, that's somebody best left on the waivers as a streaming option.
Which WRs are you drafting ahead of Davante Adams?
Last season, the former Fresno State Bulldogs product missed four games due to injuries (toe) and finished as the WR29/WR23 in Standard and PPR formats, respectively.
The 3× Pro Bowl receiver was just three receiving yards shy from achieving his second 1,000 yard receiving campaign of his career and caught only 5 touchdown passes in 2019.
Adams averaged 11 receiving TD in the last three seasons and is set to make his comeback this year, especially with Aaron Rodgers out to prove doubters that he can still play at a high level.
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Over/under WR 8.5 finish for Amari Cooper from a fantasy football standpoint in 0.5 PPR leagues at the conclusion of the 2020 season? If you believe he'll finish as the WR8 or higher, you would say over. If you believe he'll finish as the WR9 or lower, you would say under
I'm going under, and it'll only be close because he'll have his usual huge games that'll lead to him finishing higher than where his week-to-week consistency would stand. His home and road splits last season were very telling as he averaged just under 22 fantasy points per game at home and just under 10 fantasy points per game on the road. Michael Gallup is the much better value in the middle rounds for me.
With four weeks to go until the Draft, we begin our prep by breaking down the QBs.
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12 hours ago
The player who benefitted the most from Tampa's offseason moves has to be RB Ronald Jones.
The two biggest moves that helps RoJo was the signing of Brady, and Tampa letting Peyton Barber walk.
Signing of Brady:
Brady brings a dink and dump play style to this Tampa offense which will involve the Running backs in the passing game on a much greater level than Winston did. Not only will teams have to worry about Evans and Godwin busting deep, but they will need to keep an eye on Brady's proficiency at hitting the RB's for 5 yard gains consistently.
This could continue throughout the season, where RoJo will be a high volume receiving RB, and in half PPR/PPR leagues this is huge.
Letting Peyton Barber Walk:
I feel like this is more self explanatory, but letting Barber, the running back who would vulture runs from Jones go, leave RoJo as the RB1 on a Tampa team that has an incredible amount of potential.
The fact that Jones will be the main RB in a Tom Brady led backfield, means that he will be an incredible fantasy threat come the 2020 season.
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10 hours ago
Collab Series. Pick 6
5 accounts from the fantasy football community bringing you their Preferred Pick at each pick 1-12 over a 12 day span. Be sure to check out each post to see who has who where. Be sure to follow each account for great content now til the season starts and @all season long. Feel free to comment your pick at each position in comments throughout the series. .
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Is Kyler Murray a value pick in 2020? 🔥💥☄️
I've seen a lot of pages putting Kyler Murray as there 3rd ranked QB going into the 2020 NFL season obviously behind Lamar and Mahomes, but is that an accurate spot for the rookie of the year? In my opinion, it is I don't see a world where Kyler Murray doesn't finish in that spot with his rushing ability, newly acquired Deandre Hopkins, and in Kliff Kingsbury's pass-heavy offense but the question still stands is he a value if he does end up becoming the 3rd QB off the board? For me its a no I'm a heavy believer in not only waiting for a QB but also waiting for a TE because every year there is a player that is being slept on in both those positions that goes in the later rounds that ends up returning big time for the price you drafted him at. For me, it almost seems as your drafting Kyler Murray's ceiling at that price, which is why I won't be targeting Kyler Murray in any of my drafts as he was once one of my favorite sleepers coming into the season.
Jack Doyle hasn't necessarily been relevant from a fantasy football perspective since 2016-17, but he has all the stars lining up for him this offseason to rejuvenate his fantasy football relevance with the departure of Eric Ebron and addition of Phillip Rivers
Doyle was a top-12 tight end from a fantasy football standpoint in 2016 and 2017, but a combination of injuries and splitting snaps with Eric Ebron the past two seasons have completely derailed his production. Doyle should be expected to regain his clear starting role at the position for Indianapolis with the departure of Ebron, and could be in line for the biggest role of his career with Rivers slinging him the ball. If you look back at the prime days of Antonio Gates, he was consistently finishing in the top 5-10 at the position in targets with several seasons of 900-1,000+ recieving yards and 7-10+ touchdowns. If you look more recently, Hunter Henry (when he's been healthy) has been a dominant force in the league as well from a fantasy football perspective
When you combine Rivers history of utilizing the tight end position with head coach Frank Reich's history of also heavily involving the tight end position in his offenses, it is quite simply a recipe for success for Doyle from a fantasy football perspective heading into the 2020 season. Reich's tight ends have seen target shares between 23-30% over his career as a head coach and offensive coordinator with the Chargers, Eagles and now the Colts
The reality is that Doyle isn't the most exciting tight end in the league from a fantasy football perspective. He doesn't possess the same ceiling that other tight ends in the league possess, but he is going to be safe from a fantasy football perspective in this favorable situation that he is currently in. If I'm not landing Travis Kelce or George Kittle, my strategy at the position on all of my 2020 fantasy football teams is to pair Hayden Hurst with Noah Fant, Mike Gesicki or Doyle here. He is going to be a value in the double digit rounds.
12 hours ago
Superbowls 2036-2040 Predicted! Teams on the left are the winners
With the Sam Darnold era over with no Superbowls, the Jets build a young team and are able to make a trip to the big game. The Lions, however, have become a powerhouse defensively, with Robert Saleh as their head coach
In Patrick Mahomes last year, at 41 years old, with Andy Reid retired, the now Kliff Kingsbury coached team is able to take another Superbowl for their franchise over the Justin Fields lead Redskins, however, this is the beginning of the end of a great franchise. Patrick Mahomes retires, leaving Daniel Jones at 40 years old the only remaining player from 2020
After 5 more years of being average from 2020-2025, the Vikings find themselves on a deep hole with all of their starters retiring. For several years they are unable to find success, until 2032, when they completely redo their coaching staff and commit to tanking for a few years, till they build a young core and are able to beat the Titans, the number one defense of the year
With Daniel Jones at 42 now on the Chargers, he makes one last trip to the Superbowl, but his stellar defense can't carry him to a win over the Buccs also tremendous defense with Luke Kuechly as Defensive Coordinator
With Mike Tomlin coaching in his 33rd year, making his reign the second longest in NFL History, he finally takes his team back to the big game, winning it over the Bears, whose time with Trubisky has been long gone at this point. Daniel Jones retires at 43, and no players from 2020 remain in the NFL.
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Stock Down: Philip Rivers - At 38 Philip Rivers' stock was already heading in the wrong direction, as they say father time is undefeated. In 2019 he had 9 less touchdowns and 8 more interceptions then he had the year before. His passer rating was the lowest it had been in the last 13 years. So with an already declining skill set he goes from a team with weapons galore to a team with almost none. He goes from having one of the best pass catching backs in the league in Austin Ekeler, a true WR1 in Keenan Allen, and a top 10 TE in Hunter Henry. To having pretty much only TY Hilton. His new team recently lost their best red zone threat in Eric Ebron and as of this writing haven't made any meaningful upgrades on offense (besides Rivers himself). So while this might have been a good move for the Colts it's made Rivers' stock tumble. #nfl#football #footballlife🏈 #fantasyfootball#fantasyfootballdraft#fantasyfootballadvice#sports#fantasyadvice#footballsunday#fantasysports