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He's well more than average but PPR is what this guy is about. If the Browns' O is half what most seem to expect he should be well worth a late roster spot. Chubb isn't all that as a pass-catching RB, plus what if Beckham gets hurt, which has been known to happen off and on?  He becomes WR1 with a great supporting cast so the upside is there.

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... yep,  won't be long now 'til it's NBA level of putrid ... eff them, i'd rather eat cat chit with a knittin' needle than support that 🗣

Jarvis Landry saw 149 targets in his first year in Cleveland, equal to his four-year average in Miami. But he also experienced his worst catch percentage in his five years as a pro, 54.4%. He did howe

Hard situation to read since we don't have a clue how the target share will break down. He nearly hit 1,000 yards last year, and was WR18 without ODBJ. Obviously a good player, but you'd think he'd be more of a slot guy this year? Flip side is that Beckham will draw a lot of coverage and might open up the field a bit. Clear #2 on a high-powered offense.

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4 hours ago, sasnumberonefan said:

This guy is going to be a ppr monster this year. I think he's a WR2 with low end WR1 upside in full ppr.

 

I don’t see it. Baker reminds me of Brees, he won’t be locked on to Landry, and I don’t see how he’ll score fantasy points without racking up catches considering he has never been a downfield or TD threat. I see a lot of 6-40 lines coming his way.

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3 minutes ago, DeliciousGravy said:

Nah. Browns offense will come good, and the lack of Njoku on a short week means he is essentially their 3rd down bail-out option. 2 weeks in. Don't panic.

Well he only has 7 catches for 99 yards, and Freddie Kitchens seems to be struggling with his play call. He’s looking like a WR4 as of now. There are guys like McLaurin, Metcalf, & the Chiefs wide outs that could be a flex play, while Landry is barely getting any run. I know it’s week 2 but it doesn’t look like he’s being featured too much in this offense. Then again, he’s an OBJ injury from being the number 1 guy.

 

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29 minutes ago, koreaonaboat said:

Now they're changing the offense scheme to mitigate the quick pass rush they are getting. This now calls for more dink and dunk and quick passes... I think if you don't own Jarvis now would be the ultimate time to buy low

can you provide any source for this info? thanks

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4 minutes ago, LuckyLukas said:

can you provide any source for this info? thanks

  • Kitchens is taking the blame here and sounds like he'll change the offensive gameplan to scheme around his below-average offensive line, but Mayfield also needs to work on feeling and avoiding pressure. The change in gameplan is likely opting for more quick-hitting passes, especially when facing defensive lines that can get after the quarterback. Next week, Mayfield will go up against Aaron Donald and the Rams, so now is the time for a change. Mayfield has the fifth-highest sack percentage through two weeks.

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I don't think I would trade anything of significant value for him but I got him today as a total throw in on the back end of a trade. The guy seemed to have zero interest in holding him at all. I was pretty surprised. I'd check in on him in some of your leagues. I'm not super excited but he should still be a nice occasional flex/very good bye week WR to use. 

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I don't think you should really hesitate to drop him if there's a big win on the wire. There's probably WRs kicking around leagues that can generate similar fantasy points per week regularly. I definitely don't see him having similar ceilings to previous seasons with ODB hoovering targets. Rashard Higgins is also on track to return this week (after missing week 2).

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2 minutes ago, LongBalls said:

I don't think you should really hesitate to drop him if there's a big win on the wire. There's probably WRs kicking around leagues that can generate similar fantasy points per week regularly. I definitely don't see him having similar ceilings to previous seasons with ODB hoovering targets. Rashard Higgins is also on track to return this week (after missing week 2).

 

I wouldn't drop him in any PPR leagues just yet

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