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Is It Time To Drop Dede Westbrook?

Dede Westbrook was one of my favorite players coming into 2019. I thought he was the number one on his team and he finally had a competent quarterback throwing him the ball. That all changed when quarterback Nick Foles was injured on the second drive of the season. After a preformance where Westbrook was bailed out with a touchdown and then a terrible week two, we have to answer the question. Is it time to drop Dede Westbrook?

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What Nick Foles’s Injury Means for the Jaguars Offense and Their Fantasy Value

Football was back, the Jaguars had the super bowl winning quarterback starting against the tough Kansas City Cheifs, and fans were excited as optimism filled the city and locker room. That was until at the end of the second drive in the first quarter, Foles threw a 35 yard touchdown pass to DJ Chark as the Cheifs defensive tackle Chris Jones tackled Nick Foles. Soon after, he was ruled out and sat out for the rest of the game. Nick Foles literally went out with a bang, unfortunately it came too soon.

3 Running Backs Drafted Outside the Top 12 That Will Finish Inside the Top 12 In 2019

In 2018 four of the top twelve running backs by ADP did not finish in the top twenty Running Backs to end the season, and there were eight running backs that were drafted outside the top twenty that did. Finding a great RB can add the value you need to beat the competition in your league. Here are three Running Backs to target that are currently being drafted outside the top twelve that can be the catalyst to your fantasy roster.

Preseason Risers and Fallers – 2019 Fantasy Football

In fantasy football you spend so much time in the offseason putting work into projections and rankings that you may forget to adjust them once preseason comes around. This article will go through 3 players I have risen on since the start of preseason and 3 players I have fallen on since the start of preseason…

The Most Underrated Quarterback of the Draft

This new stock of rookie quarterbacks looks interesting to say the least. Despite many labelling them as a weak draft class, 4 of the 11 Quarterbacks selected are expected to take up the starting job for their teams. If not right off the bat, then after they gain some wisdom from the veteran on their roster. Those four signal-callers are obviously Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, and Daniel Jones. Though I contend that if there was another rookie quarterback who will make a couple starts for their team, I would have to go with Gardner Minshew.

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