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He's going to be a WR1 this year.

Corrected his posture which will help his faulty hamstrings.

Going to see 140+ targets from a league best quarterback.

Roast me. Also FreezingColdTake me.
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When I saw this thread I was sure he'd already pulled something in his leg.
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I'm rolling the dice at his price, but you're outta your got damn mother friging mind.
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He's also in a contract year.
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I hope you’re right. He’ll probably be on IR by week 6.
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If he’s healthy, I don’t see any reason he won’t be a huge steal based on where he’s being drafted!
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unimsw wrote:I hope you’re right. He’ll probably be on IR by week 6.

If he produces what he's capable of then at his current price this outcome makes the pick still justifiable. But apparently Swayze is crazier than the dancing hot dog. Whoda thunk it.
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Best ability is availability.....
If he stays healthy this year-I could def see him posting top 15 numbers...big if though
And I drafted him in the 8th rd -12 team.
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I'm planning on trading him after he blows up the stat sheet after the first three weeks...before he blows out a hammy.
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I went with Cooks instead. As I expect an increase in soft-tissue injuries this year I could not bring myself to draft a guy with his history. I hope he stays healthy, as the kid is fun to watch.
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I got him in the 12th in my cap dynasty league. Hoping to cash him in after a few good weeks as well.

Would have loved to have scored Cooks. He should really blow up this year in that offense. He went while I was chasing rbs.
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3rd to 10th place finishes are ripe with safe picks.
Winners? Well, they make picks like this.
Unfortunately....so do 11th and 12th place teams. So, pick and pray baby!!!!
and good luck to you.
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honingskills wrote:3rd to 10th place finishes are ripe with safe picks.
Winners? Well, they make picks like this.
Unfortunately....so do 11th and 12th place teams. So, pick and pray baby!!!!
and good luck to you.


that's just it, he's worth the gamble as your wr4. if your 7th round draft pick (74th in ADP) sinks your team maybe we need to talk about your first 6 picks
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Griffimo wrote:
honingskills wrote:3rd to 10th place finishes are ripe with safe picks.
Winners? Well, they make picks like this.
Unfortunately....so do 11th and 12th place teams. So, pick and pray baby!!!!
and good luck to you.


that's just it, he's worth the gamble as your wr4. if your 7th round draft pick (74th in ADP) sinks your team maybe we need to talk about your first 6 picks

:thumbright:

There's a time to prioritize reliability, but that's at the beginning of the draft. He's being picked in shoot your shot territory. So, fire away.
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I've got him backing up Evans, Allen and Kupp so to Griffimo's point he makes a great WR4. If he's able to string together weeks' worth of consistent production, maybe he slides into the starting lineup or gets traded to plus up other areas.