theoutlawdekepatton wrote:Montgomery improves CHI rushing by not tipping their hand like they were with Howard. However, I think projecting over 40 targets is a little bold. I equally think projecting less than 100 rushes for Cohen to be bold.
Chicago ran the ball over 450 times last year. Plenty of room for both. Tarik also does receiving work beyond the role of RB so that will help hold value and keep his target rate up.
Again, I get the argument that he hit his ceiling, but drawing up a scenario where he falls of a cliff is unreasonable.
I would also like Jam to clarify that while I referred to Cohen being a top ten RB in our league, as he was in 2018, I in no way demanded an RB1 price for him.
If Cohen is exactly like Ekeler, I would suggest switching targets, cuz Ekeler's owners are probably keen to get rid of him.
Well, awkwardly i never mentioned you - with good reason
And nope, i own both in a few leagues and i wouldnt be "keen to get rid of Ekeler"
Maybe its because i know price vs production is what it is (RB 20 -30) and i may as well sit on him
Deke didnt "demand" anything (and i cant recall saying anywhere he had tbh)
Rated by DLF as solid first round value.
And added a screenshot of DLF "proving" he was worth the 1.05
Ill post whole email, if he wants.
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