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@fantasy_football_bros here is your review! First and foremost .. way too many Question Marks with this team. Qbs 🚨 Your Qbs are safe and Steady. You have some depth and Ryan will perform well. (A-) Rbs 🚨 this is where the questions are McCaffrey could be Great but I don't see him as 3 down Back. Ingram will lose a lot of touches to AP. Your Bench rbs might not see the light of Day.(C) Here Wrs 🚨great Receivers on Paper, but I feel Odell will have a slight decline due to all the great targets there. And Dez was not outstanding in the Run first Dallas offense. Keenan is a great player but can he stay on the field? Too much uncertainty here. At least you can get safe numbers from Sanders from your bench.. (B-) TEs 🚨 Very average Tight Ends B- Overall C +rating . I don't trust the Running Backs and not much upside in the receivers. Odell has hit his ceiling. fantasy fantasyfootball nfl draft fantasydraft espn hofgame: FANTASY FOOTBALL BROS PICK 6 SELECTED PLAYERS QB MATT RYAN, ATL RB CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY, CAR RB MARK INGRAM, NO WR ODELL BECKHAM, NYG WR DEZ BRYANT, DAL TE ZACH ERTZ, PHI FLX KEENAN ALLEN, LAC K CALEB STURGIS, PHI DEF VIKINGS, MIN BN CAM NEWTON-QB, CAR BN GIOVANI BERNARD-RB, CIN BN SHANE VEREEN-RB, NYG BN DARREN MCFADDEN-RB, DAL BN EMMANUEL SANDERS-WR, DEN BN KELVIN BENJAMIN-WR, CAR BN ANTONIO GATES-TE, LAC @fantasy_football_bros here is your review! First and foremost .. way too many Question Marks with this team. Qbs 🚨 Your Qbs are safe and Steady. You have some depth and Ryan will perform well. (A-) Rbs 🚨 this is where the questions are McCaffrey could be Great but I don't see him as 3 down Back. Ingram will lose a lot of touches to AP. Your Bench rbs might not see the light of Day.(C) Here Wrs 🚨great Receivers on Paper, but I feel Odell will have a slight decline due to all the great targets there. And Dez was not outstanding in the Run first Dallas offense. Keenan is a great player but can he stay on the field? Too much uncertainty here. At least you can get safe numbers from Sanders from your bench.. (B-) TEs 🚨 Very average Tight Ends B- Overall C +rating . I don't trust the Running Backs and not much upside in the receivers. Odell has hit his ceiling. fantasy fantasyfootball nfl draft fantasydraft espn hofgame

@fantasy_football_bros here is your review! First and foremost .. way too many Question Marks with this team. Qbs 🚨 Your Qbs are safe and...

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Hey guys!! This is my team for the @igexpertsleague it's a 12 Team PPR! I decided to take my chances on getting 2 WRs out of the gate, and I ended up getting some good value! Yes I am struggling with RB depth at the moment but I think I'll be ok!! What do you guys think! Also @fantasycouch has a incredible video of the draft on his YouTube channel! So go check it out! Tell me what you guys think! fantasyfootball nfl FFB thanks @fantasyfootball.101 for the graphics! He has serious talent!!: FANTASY FOOTBALL BROS PICK 6 SELECTED PLAYERS QB MATT RYAN, ATL RB CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY, CAR RB MARK INGRAM, NO WR ODELL BECKHAM, NYG WR DEZ BRYANT, DAL TE ZACH ERTZ, PHI FLX KEENAN ALLEN, LAC K CALEB STURGIS, PHI DEF VIKINGS, MIN BN BN BN BN BN BN BN CAM NEWTON-QB, CAR GIOVANI BERNARD-RB, CIN SHANE VEREEN-RB, NYG DARREN MCFADDEN-RB, DAL EMMANUEL SANDERS-WR, DEN KELVIN BENJAMIN-WR, CAR ANTONIO GATES-TE, LAC Hey guys!! This is my team for the @igexpertsleague it's a 12 Team PPR! I decided to take my chances on getting 2 WRs out of the gate, and I ended up getting some good value! Yes I am struggling with RB depth at the moment but I think I'll be ok!! What do you guys think! Also @fantasycouch has a incredible video of the draft on his YouTube channel! So go check it out! Tell me what you guys think! fantasyfootball nfl FFB thanks @fantasyfootball.101 for the graphics! He has serious talent!!

Hey guys!! This is my team for the @igexpertsleague it's a 12 Team PPR! I decided to take my chances on getting 2 WRs out of the gate, an...

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After many expected a big 2016 season from Keenan Allen, a torn ACL in the 2nd quarter of week one put him out for the season. Allen has now lost 26 games to injury in his short 3 year career. Although the back to back season ending injuries sound concerning at 1st glance, they were both pretty fluky. In 2015, Keenan Allen suffered a lacerated kidney, which is very rare. Last season, Allen tore his ACL in week one, but is reportedly well ahead of schedule, and should be fully healthy come week one. With that being said, the crowded recieving core is what scares me the most down in LA. Tyrell Williams emerged as the solid target for Phillip Rivers, to go along with Dontrelle Inman, recently drafted Mike Williams, the TE duo of Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates, and a likely expanded role in the passing game for Melvin Gordon. Allen will likely lead the team in targets, as long as he can stay healthy, but he certainly won't dominate them anymore. His current round 4 ADP is a bit too early for me to land him. fantasyfootball chargers melvingordon keenanallen ffekeenanallen tyrellwilliams mikewilliams hunterhenry antoniogates dontrelleinman: CHARSERS 13 After many expected a big 2016 season from Keenan Allen, a torn ACL in the 2nd quarter of week one put him out for the season. Allen has now lost 26 games to injury in his short 3 year career. Although the back to back season ending injuries sound concerning at 1st glance, they were both pretty fluky. In 2015, Keenan Allen suffered a lacerated kidney, which is very rare. Last season, Allen tore his ACL in week one, but is reportedly well ahead of schedule, and should be fully healthy come week one. With that being said, the crowded recieving core is what scares me the most down in LA. Tyrell Williams emerged as the solid target for Phillip Rivers, to go along with Dontrelle Inman, recently drafted Mike Williams, the TE duo of Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates, and a likely expanded role in the passing game for Melvin Gordon. Allen will likely lead the team in targets, as long as he can stay healthy, but he certainly won't dominate them anymore. His current round 4 ADP is a bit too early for me to land him. fantasyfootball chargers melvingordon keenanallen ffekeenanallen tyrellwilliams mikewilliams hunterhenry antoniogates dontrelleinman

After many expected a big 2016 season from Keenan Allen, a torn ACL in the 2nd quarter of week one put him out for the season. Allen has...

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Just two years ago, Keenan Allen racked up 725 yards on 67 catches in only 8 games before going down with a lacerated kidney that ended his season in week 8. Allen was on pace for nearly 1500 yards and 8 touchdowns that season, which would have placed him as the WR7 in standard leagues and WR5 in PPR leagues in 2015. Despite going down early in the 2015 season, Allen was still being hyped up for the 2016 fantasy season. It was clear that the numbers he was on pace to put up were elite, and people were buying the hype. Unfortunately, Allen went down immediately in week 1, tearing his right ACL in week one... Allen is expected to be ready for training camp, but still clearly carries huge risk when drafting him coming off back to back seasons ending injuries. The talent is clearly there, at only 25 years old. Allen will likely be working out of the slot, which makes him an intriguing option in PPR leagues. However, the chargers have so many offensive weapons now with Tyrell williams, Mike Williams, Hunter Henry, Antonio gates, Dontrelle Inman, and Travis Benjamin in the recieving game, so it's almost inevitable that Allen won't see the volume of targets he has seen in the past. Would you be willing to draft Allen in the back end of the 4th-early 5th? Or are the injury concerns too risky for you to trust him? Comment below with reasoning 👇👇🤔🤔 fantasyfootball chargers WR philliprivers keenanallen MelvinGordon mikewilliams tyrellwilliams travisbenjamin dontrelleinman hunterhenry antoniogates: 2ND & 10 D 14 TEN 10 E M. MARIOTA: 14/23, 185 YD5, TD, I Just two years ago, Keenan Allen racked up 725 yards on 67 catches in only 8 games before going down with a lacerated kidney that ended his season in week 8. Allen was on pace for nearly 1500 yards and 8 touchdowns that season, which would have placed him as the WR7 in standard leagues and WR5 in PPR leagues in 2015. Despite going down early in the 2015 season, Allen was still being hyped up for the 2016 fantasy season. It was clear that the numbers he was on pace to put up were elite, and people were buying the hype. Unfortunately, Allen went down immediately in week 1, tearing his right ACL in week one... Allen is expected to be ready for training camp, but still clearly carries huge risk when drafting him coming off back to back seasons ending injuries. The talent is clearly there, at only 25 years old. Allen will likely be working out of the slot, which makes him an intriguing option in PPR leagues. However, the chargers have so many offensive weapons now with Tyrell williams, Mike Williams, Hunter Henry, Antonio gates, Dontrelle Inman, and Travis Benjamin in the recieving game, so it's almost inevitable that Allen won't see the volume of targets he has seen in the past. Would you be willing to draft Allen in the back end of the 4th-early 5th? Or are the injury concerns too risky for you to trust him? Comment below with reasoning 👇👇🤔🤔 fantasyfootball chargers WR philliprivers keenanallen MelvinGordon mikewilliams tyrellwilliams travisbenjamin dontrelleinman hunterhenry antoniogates
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The Chargers added another weapon to their already crowded recieving core, by selecting WR Mike Williams with the 7 overall pick in the first round. He is expected to immediately join Tyrell williams on the perimeter, with keenan Allen likely working the slot for the chargers. They also have hunter Henry, Antonio gates, travis Benjamin, and Dontrelle Inman on their recieving core who will be competing for snaps. Williams uses his size to catch passes. He can work all over the field, and specializes in the redzone with his size. He should be a big redzone target for Phillip rivers, but won't see a large amount of targets given how crowded the chargers WR core is. Williams is a low end flex option for now, but is a huge dynasty pickup. This improves Phillip rivers value as he has another big target to utilize, especially in the redzone. Melvin gordon's value stays roughly the same for me, he looked impressive all of last season and should once again be the workhorse of that offense. Tyrell williams and keenan Allen's values stay roughly the same, but I think Hunter Henry's value takes a bit of a hit. They used him mostly as a redzone monster last season, and a huge amount of his fantasy production was through TD's, so he will likely see less targets in the redzone with Mike Williams lining up on the other side. fantasyfootball chargers clemson tigers philliprivers MelvinGordon keenanallen tyrellwilliams hunterhenry: WILLIAMS The Chargers added another weapon to their already crowded recieving core, by selecting WR Mike Williams with the 7 overall pick in the first round. He is expected to immediately join Tyrell williams on the perimeter, with keenan Allen likely working the slot for the chargers. They also have hunter Henry, Antonio gates, travis Benjamin, and Dontrelle Inman on their recieving core who will be competing for snaps. Williams uses his size to catch passes. He can work all over the field, and specializes in the redzone with his size. He should be a big redzone target for Phillip rivers, but won't see a large amount of targets given how crowded the chargers WR core is. Williams is a low end flex option for now, but is a huge dynasty pickup. This improves Phillip rivers value as he has another big target to utilize, especially in the redzone. Melvin gordon's value stays roughly the same for me, he looked impressive all of last season and should once again be the workhorse of that offense. Tyrell williams and keenan Allen's values stay roughly the same, but I think Hunter Henry's value takes a bit of a hit. They used him mostly as a redzone monster last season, and a huge amount of his fantasy production was through TD's, so he will likely see less targets in the redzone with Mike Williams lining up on the other side. fantasyfootball chargers clemson tigers philliprivers MelvinGordon keenanallen tyrellwilliams hunterhenry

The Chargers added another weapon to their already crowded recieving core, by selecting WR Mike Williams with the 7 overall pick in the f...

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