Originally Posted by Henry_Sugar
Are we sure Najee will get the volume he got in 2021? Warren got plenty of time in 2022. And Harris hasn't been efficient with his touches.
Kupp will be interesting. The rams have nothing outside him at WR. He should be seeing a lot of double teams. Plus I think he's going to get traded (and Donald) if the Rams aren't a contender. Their over/under for wins is only 7.5. I could see Buffalo attempt to acquire him. Your top 12 is good except CMC I think. Too low. If i'm at the 1/2 turn, I'm taking Wilson every time.
I'll take Najee likely getting 20 touches per game at RB14. I don't think Warren takes away from that. Najee also had a pretty serious foot injury to start last season that he played through.
Pre-bye week. 13.5 rushes/gm, 45 yards rushing/gm, 1 rushing TD, 3.5 targets/gm, 3 receptions/gm, 14 yards/gm, 2 receiving TDs. 11.15 fantasy points/gm.
Post-bye week. 18.2 rushes/gm, 75 yards rushing/gm, 6 rushing TDs, 2.8 targets/gm, 1.9 receptions/gm, 13 yards/gm, 1 receiving TD. 15.37 fantasy points/gm.
Pickett is in year 2, the offensive line has improved, overall, I think the Steelers offense will be better, .
I think Kupp should be #2 behind JJ, but I gave Chase and Reek enough respect, that the risk of the Rams sucking/Stafford being even worse is enough for me to put him #4. However, I've seen enough from Kupp the last two seasons, that I couldn't care less what the Rams have out there, as long as Stafford is throwing him the ball.
In a vacuum, CMC should probably be #5 after Kupp, but I put him behind those next 4 players due to the current 2/3 RB value, and really, entire current ADP RB value. That could change. I have Wilson 13, JT 14, Ekeler 15, ARSB 16, and then it could go a few ways.
Last edited by tarheels2222; 05-15-2023 at 01:44 AM.