On episode 497, Matt Kelley and Sean Koerner describe why San Francisco 49ers running backs are both successful and expendable.
What does Cam Newton‘s arrival mean for the Patriots offense? Does this help or hurt Sony Michel and James White? Boost N’Keal Harry or Mohamed Sanu?
David Njoku wants out of Cleveland. Buy Austin Hooper?
Josh Jacobs is surprisingly obtainable.
Is Clyde Edwards-Helaire a trap?
Leonard Fournette is a better bet to see a workhorse opportunity share than James Conner.
Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods are the best ways to get exposure to the Rams passing game.
D.K. Metcalf was surprisingly consistent last year.
Imagining Russell Wilson with 600 pass attempts.
Rob Gronkowski and Jared Cook have similar fantasy outlooks.
Dallas Goedert has super-sneaky upside.
Tyler Higbee‘s splits with and without Gerald Everett are fascinating and terrifying.
Sterling Shepard vs. Anthony Miller the most difficult dichotomy.
Michael Pittman and Justin Jefferson should command targets right away.
Jerick McKinnon is a better value San Francisco running back than Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman.
David Johnson feels gross but he is value in fantasy drafts.
Defensing Calvin Ridley as this year’s Chris Godwin.
D.J. Chark is this year’s Devante Parker.
A.J. Brown will make up for an efficiency regression with more targets.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is a legitimate post-hype value.
Marquise Brown is getting more and more expensive in best ball leagues.
Projecting Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes truly inspires the imagination.
Ben Roethlisberger feels doomed this year.
Alexander Mattison is lurking this season.
Why the Browns can make the Super Bowl.
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