The Old Saquan Won’t Be Back This Year

There’s really no way to slice it, his production in 2019 was a disappointment from his stellar 2018 rookie season where he scored 294.8 PPR fantasy points on 1,307 yards, 11 rushing TDs as well as 91 receptions for an additional 721 yards on the ground an an additional 4 TDs through the air. Obviously, league-winning first-round capital-justifying production.

Zero-RB Draft Strategy

Having drafted a few leagues early this year, it really sucks to have lost Dobbins, Akers, and Etienne before the starting gun. This is compared to the other positions at least, where injuries also occur, but are generally perceived as less-severe and less often are they of the season-ending variety.

Gardner in Greener Pastures?

And justĀ  like that, Gardner Minshew’s time in Jacksonville has come to a close. But what does his future in Philly hold?

Don’t Crown’em Just Yet

Is Trent Sherfield the next great waiver add? How about Claypool, is he the next breakout? Surely we can learn something from these preseason games. But is it too early to crown the next great breakouts?

Two-Headed Monster

Adam Schefter announced that sources informed him that the New Orleans Saints have selected Jameis Winston as their starting quarterback, at least for the opening contest versus the Green Bay Packers, in a move that surprised absolutely no one.

Sony Michel Headed to LA

New England has demonstrated a willingness to utilize backs more heavily when the production is good, so one has to think that Michel simply isn’t moving the bar enough in NE to garner a larger touch percentage. This probably translates, at least to some degree, to his upcoming season in Los Angeles.