Here’s a look at my updated top 12 fantasy WRs for 2019 and that’s right, Tyreek Hill is up there at #1. It’s obviously very close between him and Hopkins but I just love the upside that Hill possesses not only throughout the season but also on a week to week basis. He just turned 25 years old so he’s in his prime and now he has all the motivation in the world. Not only is he hungry to prove all the doubters wrong from these allegations but Hill is also in a contract year which is HUGE for him. If he underperforms then there’s no chance of a big contract with all the risk he holds.
I’m expecting a massive season from Tyreek Hill and the Chiefs in 2019. The best part is that his ADP likely won’t be until the late second round which is insane value for a guy this talented. If you can grab one of those top 4 RBs in the first round and then come back and grab Hill in the second, you’ve got the best duo in your league and I can guarantee that.
Side note: A lot of people have been ruling Tyreek Hill as “inconsistent” when it comes to fantasy. If you’re one of those guys then do me a favor and go back and look at his game log again. He had single digit points in just 3 games and he had 30+ points in 4 games...
12 hours ago
UPDATE: Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is making plans for a trip out of the country instead of reporting to training camp next week, per Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.
Florio said earlier this week that Elliott has been “privately planning” to holdout from training camp if he doesn’t get an extension, and that’s looking likely at this point in time.
The Cowboys have been in active negotiations with Elliott’s reps for the last two months, but no deal appears imminent at this time.
If Elliott does opt to holdout from training camp, he would have to report by August 6th to get an accrued season toward free agency.
Cowboys’ veterans and rookies are scheduled to report to training camp on Friday, July 26th in Oxnard, California.
Elliott, 23, is in the final year of his 4-year/$24.956M rookie contract and stands to make a base salary of $3.853M for the 2019 season.
The Cowboys picked up Elliott’s 2020 fifth-year option, ensuring that he will remain under team control for the next two seasons.
In 2018, Elliott started 15 games for the Cowboys and rushed for 1,434 yards on 304 carries (4.7 YPC) and six touchdowns. He also caught 77 passes for 567 yards and three touchdowns.
In two playoff starts, Elliott rushed for 184 yards on 46 carries (4.0 YPC) and two touchdowns. He also caught six passes for 51 yards.
The Cowboys currently have $19.413M in cap space, per OverTheCap.com.
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fucking bullshit Tyreek Hill is allowed to participate in training camp after reports of abusing his child and wife and play this season while Josh Gordon still hasn’t been reinstated over smoking weed #freeflash#patriots#nfl