He said they wanted to make it a point to get Cooks the ball, and they certainly did. The change in the coaching staff could've shifted the focus of the offense and that's something Deshaun Watson talked about after the game.
Until we see him practice, you shouldn't be planning on having him in your lineup, especially when you consider this team is 0-5 and going nowhere. However, with both Cam Newton and Stephon Gilmore on the COVID list, there's a much better chance for the Broncos to actually win this game and be in a positive gamescript. In case you missed it, Gordon has been charged with a DUI and may not be available for this game. Johnson only got nine opportunities last week and it was a tough matchup, but there's no way there's going to be multiple running back supported in this game against the Steelers. I said it last week; Burton might be the tight end to own in this offense moving forward. Green, and Julian Edelman are the only receivers with 30-plus targets and no touchdowns. The only tight end who's found the end zone against them was Jordan Thomas, the backup tight end for the Cardinals.
I was saying last week that I think it's more likely Jones missed multiple games before playing in last week's game. The Lions did get veteran Desmond Trufant back before their bye week, but we can't pretend he's someone to fear in matchups, as he's allowed 30-of-43 passing for 471 yards and six touchdowns in his coverage since the start of last year. Knowing Schultz has seen six-plus targets in three of his four starts, he can be played as a low-end TE1/high-end TE2. Mattison should be in lineups as a high-end RB2 even though his skillset is better on the ground.
In fact, three of the top-four performances they've allowed to wide receivers this year have gone to those who play in the slot on a regular basis. He's posted at least 9.0 PPR points in 17-of-20 games since the start of last season. Even going back to last year, you'd see they struggled against the slot and allowed 8/123/1 to Keenan Allen, 7/72/1 to Dede Westbrook, and 7/91/0 to Chris Godwin, so it's not a fluke; it's the scheme. If Jones is back, it would lower the certainty, but Ridley would remain the top play on the Falcons roster. Part of the reason is because there's been just one running back who's totaled more than 12 carries against them. Cons of Mims landing on the Jets These are things you need to know when it comes to considering someone like Edmonds in your lineup. We have no clue what to do with Moss at this point, as he's not touched the ball since Week 2 and was inactive on Tuesday night where T.J. Yeldon ate into his potential workload. It's a situation to monitor as the week goes on, as Claypool would obviously get a big boost if Johnson can't go. The Cardinals did lose Chandler Jones as a pass-rusher, but they also lost his presence as a run defender, where he's been solid. Still, we've watched D.J. With Godwin due back, Evans isn't guaranteed that volume, but this game projects as somewhat of a shootout, so you don't want Evans on your bench (not that you ever would). 7 running back in the league, so when you combine that with his insane efficiency, he's a superstar. The good news is that he's locked into the slot role, as he's played 83 percent of his snaps there while no other Eagles receiver has been over 32.7 percent. The ceiling is not worth the risk you're taking on a receiver who's slowly being faded in the offense. No running back who's totaled more than five carries has finished with sub-4.0 yards per carry against them this year, including David Montgomery and Kenyan Drake, two running backs who've continually struggled in 2020. How bad is that? He's allowed 17-of-23 passing for 194 yards, though no one has scored on him. View Denzel Mims draft notes and advice from Kyle Yates (FantasyPros) for the 2020 fantasy football season.
On 27 targets in coverage this year, he's allowed 16 receptions for 171 yards and two touchdowns while intercepting three passes.
He has so much burst, he looks like a gigantic wide receiver when the ball is in his hands. 1 cornerback Donte Jackson had to leave last week's contest with a toe injury, so he may not play in this game. 1 go-to receiver is for Josh Allen. If Julio Jones is out of the lineup, Ridley should be considered a can't-miss WR1. Chark to just 3/16/0 on four targets last week but allowed Adam Thielen to work the secondary for 8/114/1 on 10 targets the prior week. Add it all up and you have the No. I'd still start Conner as a solid RB2 who should find his way into the end zone again. There were just three games all last year where he didn't see at least six targets. Does that tell you enough? Akers might gain steam, but we haven't seen him in anything close to the lead role just yet, so just continue to hold as a handcuff. He's been in on 22-28 pass snaps per game, which isn't a whole lot.
Through five weeks, Smith-Schuster is the No. The 4.54 yards per carry they've allowed ranks as the 13th-highest mark in the league, and again, that's with three games of what we'd consider weak competition. We need steadier targets from Pascal before we can trust him in fantasy lineups, and after what we saw from Rivers last week, it's best to hold off hope. That was a brutal matchup, so why should we care about the tough matchup against the Jets? Remember what life was like for Elliott before Prescott became a household name and starting siphoning production? This backfield has been productive, though it's been difficult to know who is going to go off any given week, especially now that Akers is back in the swing. Ingram is seeing enough work to be considered for fantasy football, but he's a touchdown-or-bust option. He's going to return to his massive role that's netted 11.0 targets per game over the last two-plus years. Does the squeaky wheel get the grease, or does he get a backhand? In fact, the seven touches he had in Week 1 was his career high. In the end, there have been two receivers who've seen at least eight targets against the Packers, and both of them tallied at least 16.6 PPR points. With all the uncertainty surrounding tight ends in fantasy this year, Hockenson should be trusted as a TE1 this week.
We talked about it last week, but there isn't a Ravens running back you can play with any confidence any given week. They were all highly efficient, so as long as Gesicki gets targets, he should produce in a big way. The downside to Robinson is the lack of scoring from the offense, as it lowers his weekly floor and ceiling, and that's why I've always talked about the importance of running backs in high-scoring offenses. 38 wide receiver points per game, in front of guys like Julio Jones, Marquise Brown, and Michael Gallup? The matchup with the Titans is another plus matchup, as they brought in Johnathan Joseph as depth this year, but he was forced to start with Adoree Jackson on the IR. There are just eight receivers with more than him on the season. Engram criticized the offense this week, saying he's been asked to run a lot of curls rather than operating down the seam like he used to.
Evincar, April 25 in Fantasy Football Talk.
The Vikings did some shifting around last week and moved rookie Jeff Gladney into the slot, so that's who we should expect Gage to see in coverage.
It's not all on him, though, as that's the advantage that slot receivers have, as they'll get matched up with linebackers and safeties at times. With O.J. He'll have 10 days to rest up and get right for this game, but it might be too late as Jones appears to be running away with the job.
Ramsey has allowed just 4.70 yards per target in his coverage this year, and we've still yet to see Samuel produce post-foot surgery. Akins has been a stud when targeted this year and you have to wonder why he isn't targeted more, as he's hauled in 14-of-15 targets for 168 yards and a touchdown. He's a touchdown-or-bust low-end RB3/high-end RB4 option whose opportunity is just not there. Washington has allowed six running back touchdowns (4 rushing, 2 receiving) over the last three games, making Freeman an intriguing high-floor RB3. Consider him a locked-in WR1 who the Bills are likely going to struggle with. Hilton, A.J. We watched Keelan Cole finish with 5/47/1, Braxton Berrios 4/64/1, and Jarvis Landry 4/88/0 against them, so while the ceiling doesn't appear very high, they've struggled the most over the middle of the field. Wide receivers have seen a massive 62.7 percent target share against the Lions this year, which ranks as the second-highest mark in the league. With that being said, the Steelers seem likely to be without starting Pro Bowl guard David DeCastro, so that may even out, though it's a bigger loss for the Steelers.
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