It was a disappointing 2017 season for #DezBryant and the Cowboys offense to say the least. As they were awaiting a potential Ezekiel Elliott suspension, the offense couldn't seem to get into any kind of rhythm all season. Dak Prescott saw his TD:INT ratio go from 23:4 in 2016 to 22:13 in 2017, while his total passing yards and yards per attempt also saw a decrease from his rookie season to second season .
As we are entering the 2018 season, the Cowboys have a tough decision to make. Do they bring Dez Bryant and his $12.5 million base salary back, or do they cut the veteran WR and let him walk. Jerry Jones seems to want to bring Dez Bryant back, but his son, the Cowboys team executive vice president, seems a bit more hesitant on bringing Dez Bryant back. The Cowboys would love to bring him back if his stats backed up the money he is making, but the fact of the matter is that Dez Bryant hasn't even hit 900 total recieving yards since the 2014 season. He has dealt with several injuries over the last couple seasons, really limiting his explosiveness
Dez Bryant is clearly motivated to get back to work and shut up his haters. "I feel like I've been pushed to the edge, and I want to get out there and get after it... I'm going to shut a lot of people up," the veteran WR recently stated. This will be a tough decision for Jerry Jones and Co
Do you guys think the Cowboys should keep Dez Bryant, or should they release him?
15 hours ago
The Chiefs have traded #Marcuspeters to the Rams in exchange for draft picks. It is not clear what the exact draft picks are, but the trade can't become official till March 14th .
Peters is one of the best young corners in the league today, compiling more interceptions (19) than any other player in NFL history in their first three seasons in the NFL
As this was somewhat of a shocking trade, it appears that the #Chiefs did this because of Peters behavior. This trade certainly ensures that the Rams will let free agent CB Trumaine Johnson walk in free agency .
The Rams, who finished 3rd as a team defense this past season, will be a very intriguing D/ST to pick up next season
Greetings homies and homettes. You know the good word. It’s #BustyFriday. Now while I hope this post isn’t the only busty part of your Friday, I’ll come to deliver one player every Friday who’s got some big titty bust potential. Not that I expect their szn to fall apart like Post Malone but their ADP is just to zamn high for my liking.
TODAY’S BUSTY FRIDAY PICK
Mike Evans - WR (TB)
Current ADP: 21, WR8
Winston was bad, Evans was bad, the running back formerly known as Doug Martin was bad. Dirk Koetter was worse. It doesn’t matter. The Bucs were bad and will be again considering their division. And Dirk Koetter.
Things I’d prefer doing over drafting Mike Evans as WR8: watch an entire szn of The Big Bang Theory, kiss a stripper, put pineapple on my pizza.
In 2017, Evans joined a group of only Randy Moss and A.J. Green to start their career off with 4-straight 1,000 receiving szns. He finished with 1,001 yards - and it took him 136 targets to do it. It took Evans 16 weeks to register his first, and only 100-yard game in 2017. A perennial 1st round pick in 2017 drafts, Evans caught only 5 touchdowns despite seeing the 6th highest endzone target share (43%) in the NFL. His catch rate (52.5%) was the 84th lowest in the NFL and what’s worse is that his catchable target rate (72.1%) still ranks him 67th. And as per usual, his YAC (1.6) ranks him almost dead last in the NFL (117th). Continued in 1st comment...
Recent finishes for Russell Wilson:
With the Seahawks expected to address their offensive line struggles this offseason, I see no reason why #RussellWilson won't finish as a top 4, maybe top 5 QB in 2018. He is the entire offense for the Seahawks, and one of the most dynamic QB's in the league when you factor in his rushing and passing abilities. The one loss that could hurt Wilson is Jimmy Graham if he leaves, but I'm hoping the Seahawks can bring in another recieving option for Russell Wilson via the draft or free agency... Doug Baldwin can't be the only offensive weapon for the Seahawks.
2 days ago
Vinatieri only needs 58 pts to beat the all time point record and will be able to do it in 3 fewer seasons than Mort Andersen
For those worried about the depth on your bench when taking a QB like #Deshaunwatson in rounds 4-5, no need to fear! Every year, there are gems you'll be able to find in the mid rounds (6-9) and later rounds (10-14) at the RB and WR positions that'll be able to provide solid depth needed on your bench for injuries and bye weeks .
As long as you continue to follow my page and my posts this offseason, you'll be ahead of the game and will be able to find these mid-late round gems with ease come draft day
The upside Deshaun Watson offers when you factor in his rushing ability is unlike any other QB in fantasy football... when you factor that he was on pace to finish as the No. 1 QB by 65 points last season. Yes there is some injury risk with Watson, but the QB position is deep enough where you'll be able to find a reliable back-up in rounds 12-14, or even free agency.
3 days ago
Want a late round tight end to target? If the Bucs don’t match any offers made to Cameron Brate, OJ Howard can potentially break out in 2018. Foreseeing a good year from Howard is a matter of talent, opportunity, and QB play. Howard was drafted 19th overall in the 2017 draft and is an extremely gifted athlete. He led tight ends last year in ADOT (average depth of target), and was 2nd in both yards per reception and yards per target. He’s basically a wide receiver in a tight end’s body. The Bucs drafted him because they wanted to pair Jameis Winston up with what he does best, and that’s target the tight end.
12 of Winston’s 19 TDs went to Brate and Howard (6 each), which resulted in both tight ends in the top-16 in standard scoring. PFF’s Scott Barrett looked into this before the 2017 season, and determined that Winston had the fifth best passer rating in the league when targeting tight ends, and was the third worst when targeting all other positions. In his last year of college, he targeted his tight end Nick O’Leary 80 times, which was the third-most targets to tight ends that year.
OJ Howard hurt his ankle on his last TD of the season, but caught two TDs in his last two games played. Brate was 8th in red zone targets in 2017, and 5 of his 6 TDs were thrown in the red zone. If Brate isn’t around in 2018, his ~80 targets need to go somewhere, so Howard should become one of the top options in this offense and become a late round TE with a ton of upside.