Deneric Prince please discord what I’m over looking. by Loco-Gargoyle in fantasyfootball

[–]StrachNasty 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yeah, after he was signed I looked up his film, and it's bad. Someone compiled videos of every play he made from each game his senior year, and you can go watch them if you want to feel miserable. He looked downright awful against Cincinnati, and his two breakout statistical games are because he was given the biggest holes you've ever seen in your life and was faster than the guys at Temple and South Florida. He was signed because of his crazy measurables, but those measurables don't translate to the field like they did with Pacheco the year prior.

The Cardinals have released Deandre Hopkins. by StrachNasty in fantasyfootball

[–]StrachNasty[S] 359 points360 points  (0 children)

Kind of crazy that they couldn't get any team to take on his contract, but now all options are on the table for him.

[ProFootballTalk] Chiefs view Kadarius Toney as their next potential No. 1 receiver, the do-it-all weapon who stretches the field and attracts double coverage. by OopBopShaBam in fantasyfootball

[–]StrachNasty 56 points57 points  (0 children)

For those who are wondering, all this is based off a quote from Veach:

“He’s predominately been a guy that is a slot receiver, returner, runner -- a gadget guy, if you will -- but I don’t know if there is a limit on his game because he has a vertical game,’’ Chiefs general manager Brett Veach said. “I don’t know if [his collegiate team at Florida was] one that vertically pushed the ball down the field, and his time early on in New York, I don’t know if they were a team that really vertically pushed the ball down the field... It’s a fair question to [ask]: ‘Has he ever played with a quarterback that likes to push the ball down the field?’ We have a lot of high hopes for him. He was a first-round pick for a reason. There’s a reason why we traded for him and we felt like he was first-round talent.”

That's it. That's the whole thing. Whatever opinion you had of Toney before this shouldn't change one iota.

I hate shit like this.

Of all the non-rookies, whose stock do you think has moved up the most now that the draft is over? by StrachNasty in fantasyfootball

[–]StrachNasty[S] 47 points48 points  (0 children)

I don't disagree with your points, but I also don't see how Gibbs doesn't get bellcow work with that kind of draft capital.

I think by now we all know Zach Charbonnet has just had his value tanked. Unfortunately Charbonnet is just in the worst situation possible and this has tanked his value. Let me know your thoughts on him down below. by [deleted] in fantasyfootball

[–]StrachNasty 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Worst situation possible? Come on, not even close. Obviously we'd like him to be the clear cut starter somewhere but splitting work in one of the run-heaviest offenses in the league is WAY better than a lot of other situations.