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Jordan Howard finishes second in rushing yards.

 

Second to David Johnson who scores more points than he did in 2016.

 

Diggs finishes as a top 5 WR

 

Josh Gordon finishes as a top 5 WR

 

Kenyan Drake is irrelevant by week 3

 

Cobb finishes as a top 15 WR

 

He also outscores Adams

 

Aaron Jones is a top 12 RB from week 3 onward

 

Frank Gore still pulls a top 24 finish from the depths of hell

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Always one of my favorite threads going into the season...

 

1. David Johnson posts 1,000 receiving yards in his return, mostly due to Bradford/Rosen throwing screen passes to him.

2. DeAndre Hopkins, w/ Deshaun Watson healthy for 16 games, posts an upsurd 120-1,600-14 TD line.

3. Deshaun Watson plays all 16 games, throws for nearly 5,000 yards, rushes for over 500 yards, and ends with a 38:15 TD/INT ratio.

4. Allen Robinson is a BUST at ADP 43, failing to reach 65 receptions and posting a mediocre 700 receiving yards with under 5 TDs.

5. Josh Gordon returns, plays every game except Week 1. EOY stats are marginal at best with Landry and Hyde there.

6. Kenyan Drake fails to rush for more than 600 yards, opponents focus on him now that he's the only offensive "weapon" on MIA's horrible offense.

7. Devonta Freeman once again falls prey to Sarkesian's offensive woes, posting only 800 rushing yards.

8. Greg Olsen fails to play more than 10 games for the 2nd straight season, finishes with less than 500 receiving yards and retires at years end.

9. Chris Hogan finishes with 70+ catches and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career.

10. Jimmy Graham posts 80 catches and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in 4 years.

11. Randall Cobb, not DaVante Adams, finishes as GB's leading receiver due to Adams Concussion History.

12. Tarik Cohen catches 65+ balls, ends with over 600 receiving yards. Only rushes for 200 yards.

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25 minutes ago, CORTEz said:

Always one of my favorite threads going into the season...

 

1. David Johnson posts 1,000 receiving yards in his return, mostly due to Bradford/Rosen throwing screen passes to him.

2. DeAndre Hopkins, w/ Deshaun Watson healthy for 16 games, posts an upsurd 120-1,600-14 TD line.

3. Deshaun Watson plays all 16 games, throws for nearly 5,000 yards, rushes for over 500 yards, and ends with a 38:15 TD/INT ratio.

4. Allen Robinson is a BUST at ADP 43, failing to reach 65 receptions and posting a mediocre 700 receiving yards with under 5 TDs.

5. Josh Gordon returns, plays every game except Week 1. EOY stats are marginal at best with Landry and Hyde there.

6. Kenyan Drake fails to rush for more than 600 yards, opponents focus on him now that he's the only offensive "weapon" on MIA's horrible offense.

7. Devonta Freeman once again falls prey to Sarkesian's offensive woes, posting only 800 rushing yards.

8. Greg Olsen fails to play more than 10 games for the 2nd straight season, finishes with less than 500 receiving yards and retires at years end.

9. Chris Hogan finishes with 70+ catches and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career.

10. Jimmy Graham posts 80 catches and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in 4 years.

11. Randall Cobb, not DaVante Adams, finishes as GB's leading receiver due to Adams Concussion History.

12. Tarik Cohen catches 65+ balls, ends with over 600 receiving yards. Only rushes for 200 yards.

For Josh Gordon by marginal at best you mean only like 1,300/8 right?

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3 minutes ago, Magoo said:

Offense on every team goes bananas bc of the new stupid helmet hit rule, including 2000 yards receiving for AB.

The difference won’t be that significant.

 

On a side note, I love how guys like Sherman are saying rugby players lean and tackle with their helmet. There’s a big difference between driving your head into a guy compared to putting it down, driving with your shoulder, and wrapping up.

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1. Amari Cooper finishes top 5 overall with 15 TD's to go along with 95 catches and 1400 yards

2. Jay AJayi finishes as a top 5 RB with over 1500 yards from scrimmage and 10 TD's

3. Alshon Jeffrey is a top 10 WR and becomes a target monster

4. Robert Woods ends the year as a top 15 WR

5. Mike Evans falls out of the top 10 WR and ends up a WR by fantasy standards

6. Mohamend Sanu becomes a weekly starter and ends the year top 20 WR and drives Julio Jones owners MAD!!!

7. Brandin Cooks becomes waiver fodder by week 6

8. CJ Anderson is a MONSTER in Carolina and ends the year a top 10 RB

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3 hours ago, henchforlife said:

1. Amari Cooper finishes top 5 overall with 15 TD's to go along with 95 catches and 1400 yards

2. Jay AJayi finishes as a top 5 RB with over 1500 yards from scrimmage and 10 TD's

3. Alshon Jeffrey is a top 10 WR and becomes a target monster

4. Robert Woods ends the year as a top 15 WR

5. Mike Evans falls out of the top 10 WR and ends up a WR by fantasy standards

6. Mohamend Sanu becomes a weekly starter and ends the year top 20 WR and drives Julio Jones owners MAD!!!

7. Brandin Cooks becomes waiver fodder by week 6

8. CJ Anderson is a MONSTER in Carolina and ends the year a top 10 RB

 

Now that’s bold baby!

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On 5/4/2018 at 2:21 PM, ajs723 said:

One for each team:

 

Cowboys - Allen Hurns leads the team in receiving yards. 

NY Giants  - Eli Manning is no longer the starter by week 8. 

Eagles - Mack Hollins finds a way to score at least a half a dozen TDs this season.

Washington - Chris Thompson scores more PPR points than Guice.

 

Bills - McCoy plays in fewer than 8 games this season. 

Dolphins - Kenyan Drake leads the AFC in rushing yards.

Patriots - Chris Hogan leads the team in receptions and receiving yards. 

Jets - Trenton Cannon is a name you know by the end of the year. 

 

Bears - Tarik Cohen finishes the year as a top 12 PPR RB.

Detroit - Kerryon Johnson is a consistent high end RB2. 

Green Bay - Jamaal Williams is a top ten RB in any format. 

Minnesota - Diggs has a breakout year. Leads the team in all receiving categories. 

 

Falcons - Calvin Ridley: 50 Receptions, 750 yards, 7 TDs.

Panthers - Christian McCaffrey finishes under 700 rushing yards. 

New Orleans - Cameron Meredith leads the Saints in TD receptions. 

Tampa - Cameron Brate has a ridiculous 12 TDs on only 51 receptions.

 

Cardinals - David Johnson dominates for 2,253 all purpose yards and 22 TDs.  

Rams - Cooper Kupp leads all receivers with 13 receiving TDs. 

Niners - A RBBC forms. McKinnon finishes outside of the top 15 RBs in PPR. 

Seahawks - CJ Prosise stays healthy and plays a role in all 16 games.

 

Ravens - Willie Snead leads the team in receptions. 

Bengals - John Ross finishes with 825 yards and 6 TDs. 

Browns - Corey Coleman finishes with more receiving yards than Josh Gordon. 

Steelers - Mason Rudolph is forced to make starts and plays competent football. 

 

Texans - D'onta Foreman becomes the starting RB (is that bold enough?).... Fuller and Hopkins each score a dozen TDS. 

Colts - Andrew Luck throws for just under 5000 and over 40 TDs. Wins MVP. 

Jags - Westbrook leads the team in receiving yards and receiving TDs. 

Titans - Corey Davis finishes with just 49 catches for 600 yards and 1 TD.

 

Broncos - Keenum puts up consistent QB1 numbers. 

Cheifs - Mahomes is BAD. All offensive players suffer.

Chargers - Ekeler and Jackson cut into Gordon's workload. Gordon finishes with just 885 rushing yards, 5 TDS, and 32 receptions.   

Raiders - Derek Carr throws fewer than 20 TDs. 

Did this way back in May. The Chiefs, Panthers, and maybe Ravens are the only I would adjust. 

 

Edit- And obviously the Browns one.

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On 8/21/2018 at 8:41 AM, oliminator123 said:

49ers sign Matt "God of Plod" Asiata and relegate McKinnon to COP. Asiata barely beats TRich's stats with a solid 178/299/12 line, for a whopping 1.67ypc. 

 

Alfred Morris bats TDs out of the park almost every week and ends the season with double-digit TD numbers.

 

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50 minutes ago, Bigfische said:

Dak loses his starter job.

That's not bold. This is the year they realize they need a franchise QB. If they are really lucky, Dak goes down with a season ending injury and they put in Mike White to see if he can bet that guy. They aren't going anywhere anyway. This team will be picking early in 2019.

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