By Jared Clifton Well, the inaugural Predictive Flexing went ok and in 2020, ok is...well, ok. We’re going to give it another shot this week and see if the calibrations to my future-seer-thing were done correctly by the Geek Squad. For those that didn’t join us last week, we’re going to take a crystal ball … Continue reading The Hurry Up Offense: Predictive Flexing Before Gametime Week 6
By Brendan Taffe AFC East Buffalo Bills: No Skill Players Finish In The Top-24 At Their Position Much like the Ravens, the Bills added a dynamic new piece to their offense this offseason. In a trade that is looked at as a rare “win-win”, the Bills received Stefon Diggs in exchange for their first-round … Continue reading Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – AFC & NFC East
In a battle for the okayest team in the NFC East, they out okayed the talented, but stale Cowboys. The Pederson offensive elixir has been flat since the magical 2017 season, but the contributing factors were unfortunate injuries and uneven performances from ill-fitting personnel choices. The vastly superior Miles Sanders has replaced Jordan Howard, and Greg Ward, Deontay Burnett, Nelson Agholor, and Robert Davis have been replaced by, well, actual wide receivers. The top of the East looks to be the same two-horse race, but it should be much higher caliber than the first-round fodder for the other conferences over the past few seasons.
Sutton has done everything the Broncos have asked through his first two years in the league. He is the team's WR1, and he looks to be the go-to target for Drew Lock in his second year. In 2018, his rookie year, Sutton finished as WR51 in 0.5 PPR leagues. Last year, Sutton jumped all the way up to WR19. That is precisely the kind of ascent a fantasy manager looks for when projecting a future WR1 in fantasy football.
By Brendan Taffe AFC South Houston Texans: Deshaun Watson Is Not A QB1 I’ll wait for the boos to die down. Ok ready? I think we are downplaying the loss of DeAndre Hopkins. There are not many other receivers in the league quite like him. He can win at all levels of the field, make … Continue reading Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 2
Brendan Taffe provides one bold prediction for each NFL team for the 2020 season.
Garoppolo's career with the 49ers has been a bit of a mixed bag before the 2019 season. In 2017, he was traded mid-season and started the final five games of the season for the 49ers. During that stretch, he led the 49ers to a 5-0 record. While those wins looked meaningless outside of destroying the Niners draft position, it gave the franchise a taste of what could be with Garoppolo under center.
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