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Jordan Reed

Washington Redskins

Reed Starts Season on PUP


The Redskins have not released a specific injury, so we must assume that its connected to the shoulder or recurring concussions.

Fantasy Goo: I would hold off drafting any shares of Reed until the injury is confirmed. The Redskins opened training camp today, although unlikely it could be a new concussion or concussion-like symptoms, any new concussion issues will likely land Reed out of football.


07/26/17, 04:41 PM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Trevor Siemian

Denver Broncos

Siemian To Open Camp As Starter


Trevor Siemian will start training camp with first team. He and Paxton Lynch will rotate daily.

Fantasy Goo: While both have similar season total values, Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders both clearly benefit from opposite receivers. Lynch adds value to Sanders gets a boost due to the deep ball and Siemian boosts Demaryius due to short ball accuracy.


07/26/17, 02:30 PM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Cody Kessler

Cleveland Browns

Kessler Opens Camp as QB1


Mary Cay Cabot has reported that Cody Kessler will get the first crack as starting QB in Brown's camp per Hugh Jackson.

Fantasy Goo: Kessler has the highest upside of of the Brown's current QB's in 2017. DeShone Kizer may be the long term plan, but I like Kessler for fantasy production in 2017.


07/26/17, 11:19 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Le'Veon Bell

Pittsburgh Steelers

Bell To Holdout


Le'Veon Bell reportedly turned down a 5 year extension averaging $12 million per year, and still hasn't signed his tender. Now star WR, Antonio Brown is calling out for the RB to show up and play via Instagram.

Fantasy Goo: The $12 million would make Le'Veon the highest paid RB in the and 50% higher than the current bread winner, LeSean McCoy. To me this says that Lev is going to hold out and is willing to miss regular season games (and paychecks) to receive a massive deal.


07/26/17, 11:09 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Jordan Matthews

Philadelphia Eagles

Matthews Knee Tendinitis Could Be Serious


Jordan Matthews has had a knee issue for the past month, so there is a chance it is more serious than tendinitis. This is a big story to keep track of through the Eagles training camp which kicks off today.

Fantasy Goo: Matthews is in elite company as one of only 5 WRs to open their career with 3 consecutive season with 65+ catches and 800+ yards. Joining Randy Moss, Odell Beckham Jr., A.J. Green and Mike Evans. If this issue persists or worsens, that success probably wont be sustained through a fourth season.


07/26/17, 10:27 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Ty Montgomery

Green Bay Packers

Ty Works With The Footwork King


Ty has reportedly been working out with Rischad Whitfield out of Houston to improve his footwork. Whitfield has been credited for working with both Melvin Gordon and Le'Veon Bell prior to their respective breakout sophomore seasons.

Fantasy Goo: This is not a guaranteed success as he also has worked with the likes of Jaelen Strong and Josh Huff so take this news with a grain of salt. However, Ty could see a vast improvement with improved footwork he could hit more holes, and have the confidence to be patient and let blocking develop.


07/26/17, 10:19 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Theo Riddick

Detroit Lions

Riddick Reportedly In Line for RZ Work


Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions homepage expects Cooter to utilize Riddick in the Red Zone more in 2017.

Fantasy Goo: Riddick converted all 3 of his RZ targets into scores. But this report contradict's Warren Sharps analysis that shows rushing in the RZ has a 58% success rate vs 43% for passing. I'm calling this news fluff and still expect big things from Abdullah.


07/26/17, 10:07 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Jay Ajayi

Miami Dolphins

Throw More Coal Into The Jay-Train


Mike Pouncey, the Dolphins All-Pro caliber center, should be back and healthy for camp.

Fantasy Goo: Ajayi averaged 18.8 fantasy points with Pouncey on the field compared to 9.0 without his star center. Expect Ajayi to have a sharp increase in price due to this news.


07/26/17, 09:51 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Kenneth Dixon

Baltimore Ravens

UPDATE: Dixon Out For Season


Dixon's surgery today was a repair of the meniscus rather than a trimming. This is the better surgery for long term use, but Dixon will not play in 2017.

Fantasy Goo: Terrance West steps in line for a large workload, but the 2016 number one pass offense in terms of volume will see a high dosage of Woodhead and potentiall Buck Allen out of the backfield.


07/25/17, 05:30 PM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Vance McDonald

San Francisco 49ers

Niners Cutting McDonald?


“One of the final moves of the previous regime was to sign off on a contract extension for McDonald, who was guaranteed $9.1 million with his new deal in December. Now, McDonald is not assured a roster spot as he and the other holdovers face stiff competition from the newcomers who were hand-picked for the scheme.”
If SF cut’s McDonald they still have to pay him his 9 million guaranteed money and take a 3.5mil cap hit this year.

Fantasy Goo: McDonald was one of my early season deep sleepers, but rumors of SF wanting him out have caused me to back off. His draft price has dropped like a rock and now I’m thinking that these beat reporters are out of their mind. I’m going back to targeting McDonald in the 18th round or later. He could have a huge year in the Shanahan offense.


07/25/17, 12:56 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.csnbayarea.com


Kenneth Dixon

Baltimore Ravens

Dixon Under the Knife


“The Ravens' need for another back intensified this week when the team learned that Dixon tweaked his knee while working out before training camp. Dixon, a second-year back, is believed to have a torn meniscus in his knee, according to sources. He'll have surgery today and the team will know more about the severity of the injury. This is Dixon's third knee injury since the Ravens took him in the fourth round of last year's draft.”

Fantasy Goo: This could set-up very well for Terrance West, but as someone who watched him in college, he’s not going to earn much more than what is blocked for him. If Woodhead is able to get back to full capacity we could also see a big year from him, especially in PPR. Either way this backfield is still looking like a committee that shouldn’t be considered until after the sixth/seventh round of your draft.


07/25/17, 09:37 AM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.baltimoresun.com


Marshawn Lynch

Seattle Seahawks

Lynch Not a Bell-Cow


“The depth at running back means he won’t have to shoulder a huge load. Something in the range of the 195 carries Latavius Murray had last year should suffice, perhaps less if both Washington and Richard see an increase.”

Fantasy Goo: If Lynch is at full-strength he won’t need to be a bell-cow to out preform Murray’s performance from last year. Murray finished as the RB13 (std scoring) in 2016, despite being fairly inefficient behind a top-5 O-line. I expect Lynch will be there to take Murray’s vacated red-zone carries, but expect to see DeAndre Washington take a larger role in this backfield, especially when we get to the second half of the season, and your fantasy playoffs.


07/25/17, 07:36 AM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.mercurynews.com


Paul Perkins

New York Giants

Perkins Not Ideal For 0-RB


Many fantasy analysts are valuing Perkins very high due to reports that he could be a 3 down back for the Giants.

Fantasy Goo: The Giants have produced only 11 rushing TDs over the past two years. They have failed to have a 1,000 yard rusher since 2012 nor have they produced a PPR RB over RB20 since 2011. Perkins who lost college rushes to a Linebacker has limited upside in the Giants offense.


07/24/17, 11:47 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Sammy Watkins

Buffalo Bills

Watkins All The Way Back?


"After the season finale in New York, he said he hoped to avoid surgery, but days later elected to have the procedure done. His rehab appears to be on schedule, as he was able to participate in a few team drills before the Bills wrapped up their spring practices. With six weeks between mandatory minicamp and start of training camp, Watkins should be close to 100 percent when camp starts Thursday."

Fantasy Goo: Watkins has WR1 upside when he is healthy and he is currently being drafted in the third round. Others that have gone through this procedure and have come back to full upside include; Julian Edelman, Dez Bryant, and Julio Jones.


07/23/17, 07:00 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: buffalonews.com


Eddie Lacy

Seattle Seahawks

Lacy Loses Weight, Gains Primary Role


“Lacy is the favorite to start over Thomas Rawls, who will still have a role. At a minimum, C.J. Prosise will be the third-down back and a big factor in the passing game.”

Fantasy Goo: In the five games he started last year, Lacy averaged over five yards a carry, all of Rawls value stems from four random, good games he had against weak defenses in 2015. Lacy’s biggest competition is going to come from Prosise. Prosise is a converted from receiver in college and at 6’, 220lbs, has the size-speed combo to take over as the primary back.


07/23/17, 06:56 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Robert Kelley

Washington Redskins

Fat Rob Gets the Nod


Rob Kelley is slated to be the starting RB in Washington, however Perine will still have the opportunity to play a big role in the offense.

Fantasy Goo: Though Perine may be the higher scoring back in 2017, getting a couple early games from Kelley could be very valuable given his low draft cost.


07/23/17, 01:37 PM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: rotoworld.com


Duke Johnson

Cleveland Browns

Duke Johnson In The Slot


As reported by Mary Cay Cabot, Duke Johnson is likely to take over slot WR work from Andrew Hawkins who is now a Patriot. This depends on Josh Gordon's status if he is granted reinstatement in September.

Fantasy Goo: Until we get news on Gordon, Duke Johnson should be in line to see about 50 additional targets in 3 WR sets. This number will likely be allocating among Johnson, Njoku and DeValve.


07/23/17, 01:26 PM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Carson Palmer

Arizona Cardinals

Last Hurrah for Palmer?


"Last year, he kind of came in September, had already worn his arm out by overthrowing all summer," Arians said. "We found a nice regimen, November and December he was playing as good as he’s ever played." After finding the right work-out regimen Palmer was the number 8 QB over the last eight weeks of the season. David Johnson said "his arm is definitely feeling good."

Fantasy Goo: Palmer could be the reason why late-round QB works this year, with an ADP around QB20 Carson has real bounce back potential and is practically free. The stat to watch to indicate 2017 success will be decreasing his league high 137 hits from 2016.


07/22/17, 01:43 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.nfl.com


Zach Miller

Chicago Bears

Bears Overload at TE


Miller's contract has one year remaining with a base salary of $1.5 million and the issue the Bears have to tackle is if they can take a chance knowing Miller's durability issues. He has played in 25 games and missed 23 since joining the team in 2014. The only free agent that received more guaranteed money than quarterback Mike Glennon was Dion Sims, who signed an $18 million, three-year contract with $10 million guaranteed, ensuring he will be a big part of Dowell Loggains' offense.

Fantasy Goo: The Bears are five deep at TE right now after drafting Adam Shaheen, acquiring Daniel Brown from Baltimore, and signing UDFA Ben Braunecker. Miller seems like the odd man out here and that’s why he is no longer a late-round flyer in deep leagues. I’ve switched gears to Dion Sims simply because of his athleticism and the Bears investment in him as an every-down TE.


07/22/17, 01:15 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.chicagotribune.com


Anquan Boldin

Detroit Lions

Boldin Trying Buffalo


Boldin will be working out for the Bills on Monday (7/24) “Boldin, 36, led the Lions with 22 red zone targets last season. He had 67 catches and a career-high eight touchdowns, though he averaged a career-worst 8.7 yards per grab (584 yards in total).” The Bills are looking pretty shallow at WR at this point, they’ll probably be looking to have a few other guys in as well.

Fantasy Goo: This could cut into any upside we were hoping for from Zay Jones, although you could argue that they are much different types of receivers that just happen to both work out of the slot. Boldin will certainly vulture some TD’s from the wide receivers, but it absolutely crushes any chance of Charles Clay having any value and probably snakes away a little of Johnathan Williams receiving potential.


07/22/17, 12:17 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com

Off The Top Of Our Heads - 2016 After Week 1

Off The Top Of Our Heads - 2016 After Week 1

Posted by d-Rx on 09/18/16

by   The Archer


@TheArcher


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Very sorry for not getting this piece up on the site earlier in the week, that is all on my. This weekly piece will come out on Monday or Tuesday moving forward. //d-Rx



STiFFKiTTiES's 2016 Pokemon Go Fantasy Squad


 

 

 

 

Stagg Party's Thoughts

 


 

Target Pass Catching Running Backs against Indianapolis

This is especially true in regards to an offense that can spread out their defense. Indianapolis might have the worst linebacking corps in the league, and when asked to cover backs in space, they will inevitably struggle. Theo Riddick and Ameer Abdullah combined to catch all ten of their targets for 110 yards and two touchdowns. This was also without arguably their best defender in Vontae Davis, who has shown flashes of being able to take a team’s top receiver out of the game. The Colts will face a lot of good passing backs this season, so target them in DFS plays.

 

Who Dat?

The Saints wide receivers absolutely lit up the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead will both probably finish as top five receivers, as of Sunday they were each top three options at the position. Michael Thomas also got into the action catching all six of his targets for 58 yards and a huge fumble recovery. This offense looks ready to funnel through the wide receivers, with their tight ends Coby Fleener and Josh Hill on the periphery. Travaris Cadet has also usurped CJ Spiller again, don’t even think about that dude. Mark Ingram was solid, and in different matchups should see a lot more touches. Cooks and Snead are both locked in as top-30 options on a weekly basis, while knowing exactly which one will go off will be the hard part.

 

Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead can shine together

In the words of Puffy or Puff Daddy or P. Diddy or whatever his name was and Biggie “Yo, the sun don't shine forever, But as long as it's here then we might as well shine together.” That was full on display Sunday as both running backs looks poised to finish with top positional weeks. Melvin Gordon got a lot of run out of the I-formation in which he was very comfortable, and able to find the endzone twice on just 14 touches after failing to find the endzone on 207 touches last year. We all know what Danny Woodhead did last season, and he kept it up in Week 1. Let’s remember this is a Ken Whisenhunt offense, and it will funnel through these running backs. In 2013, as the offensive coordinator of a similar San Diego squad, Ryan Mathews finished as RB12, and Danny Woodhead finished as RB19. Expect the offense to funnel through these guys with Philip Rivers seeing a frop in attempts similar to his 2013 numbers, especially with Keenan Allen likely out for the season. Get healthy soon buddy.

 

The Seahawks offensive line is awful

No description here, the title says it all.

 

Blocked kicks

I haven’t looked up the stats yet, but I feel like this weekend had the most blocked kicks I have ever seen. Not to mention a ton of extra point and field goal shanks. It was a crazy day for special teams and the field goal kick front lines let a lot of guys through in Week 1.

 

Texans

Brock Osweiler looked pretty good for this offense, but if there was some question about Lamar Miller’s workload and getting all of it there isn’t anymore. Miller got 28 carries, surpassing his previous career high of 22 rush attempts. This isn’t even to talk about the work he got in the passing game. Lamar is gonna eat. DeAndre Hopkins had a solid start to the season, Will Fuller had a coming out party despite a hammy, and Braxton Miller showed an ability to create separation. Things are looking up for the Texans on offense. 




PK Ripper's Thoughts


 

ESPN Fantasy Football App was the Supreme disappointment in week 1 to say the least if you were like me and have leagues on ESPN you weren't able to check your scores in the first set of games and hopefully you set your roster as if you didn't need to make any adjustments when the 4 o'clock game started. Way to go ESPN give me another reason to move all my leagues away from you next season.

 

 

BlackJack Del Rio Doubling down on the two point conversion at the end of a wild game in New Orleans.

After Seth Roberts catches the touchdown to put Oakland down by one with a chance to tie with the extra point and send the game into overtime coach Del Rio makes the ballsiest call in the early part of the season by electing to go for two and essentially the win. Derek Carr throws the ball to Crabtree who makes a wonderful catch over a rookie defensive back and seals the victory.

Surely if that play have ended up going south Del Rio would have busted out and it would have been a media massacre on Monday.

 

 

 

Sunday night special Jimmy Gee does the unexpected and leads the Patriots to a victory over the Cardinals in what must be the biggest upset of opening weekend no Gronk no Tom Brady no half the offensive line, no problem as Jimmy Garoppolo showed he is more than adequate at the quarterback position and Bill Belichick proves that he can outcoach anyone no matter who you have on your side of the ball.

 

 

O' Doyle rules! 

A tight end for the Colts catches two touchdowns it's not Dwyane Allen and Coby Fleener has been exiled to New Orleans it's none other than Jack Doyle from out of nowhere RKO style who gets Andrews Luck this Sunday

 

 

 

Geat games all around other than three games this weekend all the NFL games final score were within a touchdown or less that's great for the league as it creates excitement to start the 2016 season.




PyroLytics Thoughts

 

Don’t look too far into box scores:

Box score scouting is probably the worst thing in fantasy football. For example, if you take a look at the Dolphins box score you’d see that Kenny Stills had a rather down day with 1 catch for 16 yards on 5 targets. What the box score doesn’t tell you is that Stills dropped what would have been an 80-yard bomb to pay dirt.  I still expect big things from Kenny down the line with Parker still nursing the two hamstrings and the future should be brighter, slated to play New England next week and then followed by Cleveland.

 

The Cowboys time of possession battle:

The cowboys dominated the time of possession battle against the Giants on the Sunday. Controlling the ball for just over 36 minutes of the game. What’s even crazier is Dak threw the ball 45 times for 227 yards in that game and didn’t throw a single touchdown. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt though. Beasley dropped what should have been a touchdown on the opening drive of the game. The Cowboys o-line couldn’t get any push for the running game thanks to the revamped front 7 of the Giants. The Giants front 7 looked fairly serviceable. We should probably keep an eye on the giants in the next couple weeks.

 

David Johnson is the work horse:

The Cardinals definitely believe in the talent they have in David Johnson. He amassed an amazing 95% snap share and an 87% touch share against the Patriots last night. David Johnson is a high end top 5 running back going forward without any questions.

 

Tyrell Williams is the handcuff to Keenan Allen:

This reminds me exactly of last year. Everyone was hoping on the Malcolm Floyd bandwagon when Allen went down but the right move was to go for Stevie Johnson. I’m here to tell you Travis Benjamin is not the guy you want to own in San Diego. It’s Tyrell Williams.

 

Melvin Gordon usage a little concerning:

There was nothing more exciting than to see Gordon fall into the end zone twice this past Sunday but wow, he only played 23 snaps out of the possible 73 snaps. It’s hard to find a reasoning why Woodhead played in 50 snaps. Although most of Woodhead’s production came after the Keenan Allen injury, it is still fairly concerning that Gordon was literally left to dry to on the sideline after proving his worth for being on the field.

 

Detroit toss-up:

We’ve heard it all offseason, the Lions receiving core is going to be a 1A and 1B situation and nobody knew who the 1A was going to be.  Back in late August Marvin Jones was turning into the biggest ADP value in the later rounds and this past Sunday showed why everyone was so high on Jones. Tate still converted all 7 of his targets for receptions while Jones only converted 4 of his 10 targets into receptions. Expect a similar target share going forward. Both are strong weekly plays with Stafford under center.

 


 

PyromaniacMo's Thoughts

 

CJ Anderson
May folks were divided on CJ Anderson leading up to the draft.  I told myself I loved him, but something deep down inside was wary. After all, the pangs of 2015 were deep. But, after watching the Thursday night opener, most fears have been laid to rest; CJ threw down as he put up 139 combined yards, 4 catches, and a pair of TDs. Now, if that was not enough for some of you nay-sayers, the play of the rookie 6th rounder, full-back Andy Janovich, should be enough to ease your worried minds.

 

Anderson looks healthy, and that is huge. Before the season opener last Thursday, the man played in 35 career games. In 9 of those contests, his ankle landed him on the injury report, but he managed to soldier through anyway. In those injury plagued starts, CJ averaged just 3.6 yards per carry. In the other 26 games in which he was healthy, he rushed for 5.3 yards per carry. I can hear Christopher Harris’s voice now, pointing out the obvious flaws in yards per carry; there are too many factors built into that statistic for it to be used as heavily as it is to prove running back worth. But, in this situation, you are not just comparing apples to apples. You are literally using the same piece of fruit.

 

It seems obvious now, last year, his woes, were a direct result from injury. When healthy, which he appears to be now, he is a force to be reckoned with. Plus, this team philosophy is certainly advantageous for the former California back. Denver is going to run and play defense. I think CJ, and his owners, are now fully on board with that. 

 


#FF Table

So, the saying is basically this: Fantasy Football is like a four-legged table; you have the draft; you set your weekly line-ups; grab players off the waiver wire; hopefully, you engage in the art of trading. But still, we put an enormous amount of energy and focus into the draft. I build tiers, I believe in them. They are the golden rules that guide you through you drafting epic. Woe to you that stray from the prescribed rankings laid down by your tiers on draft evening. As Gandolph said: “Stay on the path!”

 

Well… I might have wandered off course a touch. Why dwell on this? Every season, I try to look over the draft. There are always things to learn in life from situations if looked at in the right way, from the proper perspective. So, why am I engaging in this public display of metacognition? I th as well.ink this is how we grow as humans. I think self examination is how we grow as fantasy players.

 

So, back to the draft in question. I was stacked at WR. My first RB was Jeremy Hill. Obviously he is not known for being a pass catcher. This was a PPR draft, so I was conscientious of this fact a bit perhaps too aware. Needing another RB at this point, I glanced to my tiers to find the next highest two. One was actually in the next tier down, but those were the two highest on my sheet.  



Error or blessing in disguise?

Well, I strayed. I went with the man ranked lower. Why you ask? I folded to the news cycle, the recent headlines surrounding one of the players listed (I don’t think the point is to debate which player is actually better, thus no names. The point is to examine process). Mainly, this decision was based on recent, preseason, camp news. After all, when you are at the Blackjack table, you always hit on 16 if the dealer is showing 10. You never just go with your gut because of a sudden urge. Do not waiver. The fantasy winds may change, but stick to your guns.  The decision I made was rash, and done in the spur of the moment. It was based solely on a handful of headline tidbits that were ringing in my ears as of late. We have a tendency to over react. After all, think of how many league mates are hitting the waiver wire hard the first week. I know not to get overly excited about a one week performance, and yet I let the recent news cycle, the totality of which was perhaps two weeks, outweigh months of meticulous meditation and careful calculation.


Was this an error? Or perhaps, was this a blessing in disguise? As is with many instances that occur in the degenerative game we all know and love, only time will tell. However, the lesson to take away is this: Over reaction in fantasy football can rear its ugly head in a variety of fashions. We drop a guy too quickly only to pick up a guy after too small a sample size after hearing just one or two blurbs, or even scanning a strongly worded tweet. As is with most things in life, it is all about the balance. But over reaction can be venomous in fantasy. A good captain has a steady hand. So dear friends, guide your ships through the treacherous fantasy waters with care least not you fall prey to a sudden siren song, and find yourself crashing on the rocks, ruined on the fantasy shores as other teams sail past you to glory. All hands on deck people!

 

 

 

Itchy's Thoughts

 

YPC:

Adrian Peterson’s career YPC… 4.9. Jerick McKinnon’s? 4.9. McKinnon does have the advantage of coming in on a lot of 3rd and longs, so he gets those cheap yards from time to time, but still. I’m not saying you MUST draft McKinnon if you draft AD, but he’s cheap and ridiculously athletic. Never a bad idea to insure against a running back on the wrong side of 30, even if he’s a freak of nature like Paterson.


Speaking of YPC, Jamaal Charles is unsurprisingly the current career leader at 5.47 YPA. The next two active leaders before you get to AD and McKinnon? Darren Sproles and Justin Forsett with 4.97 and 4.91 respectively. Sproles I get for the situations, but Forsett?!

 


ADP Value:

Current active career leader in catch rate (min 200 targets)? Randall Cobb at 69.9%. He was miscast last season as the WR1, but this year he’s going to reward owners that take him at his current ADP.


The Seattle Seahawks had 3 of the top 13 receivers in yards per target in 2015 with Baldwin, Kearse, and Lockett. I know Seattle isn’t going to turn into the Saints anytime soon, but I can’t help but get excited about the potential of that passing game.

 

 

Lucky?

Player One in seven games with his starting QB in 2015:

Total: 69 targets, 32 receptions, 46.4% catch rate, 77.3 yards per game, 2 TD, 104.1 PPR points, 14.9 PPR PPG, 1.5 PPR points per target


Player Two in seven games with his starting QB in 2015:  

Total: 52 targets, 32 receptions, 61.5% catch rate, 51 yards per game, 4 TD, 97.1 PPR points, 13.9 PPR PPG, 1.87  PPR points per target


Player One is TY, player two is Moncrief. It’s already looking like Moncrief will be a significant factor in 2016 as expected. 

 

 

 

 

 

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