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Last one out please turn off the lights

Guess who's currently PFF highest graded RB in pass blocking???.. Youve guessed it! Its Joshua Kelley with a 87.1 rating and 0 sacks/pressures/hurries/hits allowed on 12 pass blocking snaps.  Wh

Not a good gif as this dude dies like 1min after. 

6 hours ago, oresteszero said:

Better days ahead 

 

 

Yup, this one came down to game script.  None of us thought they would be playing catchup with the Panthers.  Better suits Ekeler's game.  In a closer contest, Kelly will be heavily involved again as he was in week 2.  

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22 minutes ago, owenmills said:

I'm starting to feel like this guy is similar to Lats Murray. High end stash/handcuff, with very uninspiring stand-alone value(although there is some). 

 

If they didn't just trail to the Panthers the entire game and then ultimately lose, i'd say just look at the schedule and play him in competitive contests.  Problem is, I don't know how many teams the Chargers are actually going to be competitive with 💩

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31 minutes ago, kdko said:

 

 

Yup, this one came down to game script.  None of us thought they would be playing catchup with the Panthers.  Better suits Ekeler's game.  In a closer contest, Kelly will be heavily involved again as he was in week 2.  

It also came down to regression to the mean. Kelley is not going to sniff 23 carries most weeks. He's also not going to put up many 50-yard receiving games. Ekeler is too good and the Chargers are too bad for that to happen. Kelley is a high-end handcuff, he'll have a few games with standalone value but will not be consistent enough to start. 

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2 hours ago, Jetdog16 said:

It also came down to regression to the mean. Kelley is not going to sniff 23 carries most weeks. He's also not going to put up many 50-yard receiving games. Ekeler is too good and the Chargers are too bad for that to happen. Kelley is a high-end handcuff, he'll have a few games with standalone value but will not be consistent enough to start. 

Totally agree with this. Kelly is a desparation Flex unless Ekeler goes down. He could be a rock solid RB2 if that happens, but his volume is too limited right now with Ekeler's touches factored in.

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2 minutes ago, LAeagle said:

Can’t bank on injury so therefor he’s not a stash. The past 2 weeks shows in the NFL you can’t predict when one will have the lead and need to run vs Be behind and throwing the ball 

 

Maybe not a stash, but he is definitively a high-end handcuff who is worth...stashing.

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On 9/30/2020 at 3:23 PM, stevieglick said:

What's his trade value, if any? 

I'd a imagine almost zero to anyone who's not an ekeler owner. This is like stashing chase edmunds. Missing waiver guys but the upside on these rbs if there's an injury is genuinely league winning. 

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2 minutes ago, atrium said:

Is there a reason he completely stunk it up again, even with Ekeler out? Anyone who watched have any answers?

From what I saw on the dock that fumble did not help… And then Herbert was airing it out big-timeFrom what I saw on the dock that fumble did not help… And then Herbert was airing it out big-time

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18 minutes ago, tpat30 said:

They'll probably go RBBC. Even if the hand off was terrible, that was mostly on Kelley. He literally fumbled the game away up 24-7.

yup. coach wont forgive this

 

maybe next year fellas

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48 minutes ago, atrium said:

Is there a reason he completely stunk it up again, even with Ekeler out? Anyone who watched have any answers?

 

Bucs are 3rd or 4th in Run Defense.

 

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Miller signed, Freeman signed ... dunno whut uddah remotely viable street meat is out there. 

kid may have fumbled himself outta a choice gig ... Lynn is the key master, no bueno - mi gente. 

 

HOLD ON TO THE F****** BALL AND WE GOTS A GEM. 

hold that ball, young'n

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Fumble sh-mumble (it might have even been charged to Herbie).

There was absolutely no space to run against the nasty front 7 of TB, not to mention over half the o-line was out.

He caught all his targets and might be a feature guy for the near future.

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