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Deshaun Watson MFLADPQB2

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Lamar Miller RB30
D’Onta Foreman RB45

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Deandre Hopkins WR1
Will Fuller WR37
Keke Coutee WR45

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Kahale Warring TE44
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Miller is a decent price. I like Jordan Thomas.
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Hopkins is a stud so no problems there. Not sure about Fuller or Coutee. Neither can stay healthy.

Watson will go way too high for me to ever take him.

Miller isn't bad value.
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I like Coutee over Fuller in ppr. Guy was seeing a lot of targets when he was on the field last season.
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Coutee is major value. He's gonna finish as a WR2/3.

TE is a full crap shoot.

I like Foreman as a sleeper. A lot.
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Idk, seems like fuller is pretty good value. I like deshaun, obviously too high right now, but I don’t see Hopkins, Fuller, and keke being all relevant. Keke is a bye week guy with 1 or 2 games.
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Curious on the Foreman love. His 7 carries for -1 yds doesn’t scream he is or ever will be healthy.
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db45655 wrote:Curious on the Foreman love. His 7 carries for -1 yds doesn’t scream he is or ever will be healthy.

He's been the next big thing for awhile now. Still waiting.
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Lamar Miller

what year is it again ?
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At QB2 I probably won't draft Watson anywhere.

Hopkins is a stud.
All of the WRs are on my radar.

Foreman seems like the better value but health is a question as db posted.
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I need to start documenting all of these bench WR's I'm comfortable starting because sooner or later I'm gonna have to prioritize them. Add Coutee to the list.
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Until Foreman proves he can stay healthy and then be good at pass-protection I guess Lamar Miller in the 6th or 7th round isn't that bad...LOL But I won't pretend to be excited about it.

Jordan Thomas is intriguing but I'm not sure he offers much value.
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SUPERIMIAINI wrote:Until Foreman proves he can stay healthy and then be good at pass-protection I guess Lamar Miller in the 6th or 7th round isn't that bad...LOL But I won't pretend to be excited about it.

Jordan Thomas is intriguing but I'm not sure he offers much value.

Thomas had 4 TDs on 20 receptions, so an increase in receptions sounds nice.
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db45655 wrote:Curious on the Foreman love. His 7 carries for -1 yds doesn’t scream he is or ever will be healthy.

If Foreman earns more playing time then he will get it.
If he doesn't then Miller will still lead the way then the team will pick their RB of the future in 2020's loaded class.
Since I loathe targeting players who have no control over their future workload I won't be owning Miller on any teams this year.
I'm unsure on Foreman.
On one hand there are not many later round RB's I have any interest in.
But on the other I don't like filling my bench with wait-and-see guys, unintentionally blocking my ability to chase waivers in September.
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Texans waived RB D'Onta Foreman.
It's a shocker as some were expecting Foreman, a former Doak Walker Award winner at Texas, to push Lamar Miller for top billing in Houston's backfield. Longtime beat reporter John McClain of the Houston Chronicle believes the Texans were unsatisfied with Foreman's "work habits," noting that coach Bill O'Brien "wasn't happy" with what he had seen from him in training camp. Foreman's departure leaves Houston extremely thin at running back with Josh Ferguson, Buddy Howell and Taiwan Jones among names vying for backup duties behind Miller. Foreman, who barely played last year following a 2017 Achilles tear, should land on his feet quickly.


Guessing Miller's ADP will start to rise slightly