ubertaco wrote:Thanks. Sounds promising, I guess we'll just have to see how big a train wreck that team is, and what they decide to do with ADP as the season goes on.
Before Alex Smith got hurt, they seemed to take a run heavy, control the clock approach, winning low scoring games. Kinda boring, but they just ground out games to get to 6-3 going into the game with the Texans; then the wheels came off for the rest of the season. To me, that's what the first quarter looked like under Keenum last night. They've got no proven WR1 (or WR2 or WR3 for that matter) and their best TE is being evaluated for his 6th or 7th concussion.
I wouldn't be surprised to see 40 rushing attempts and probably another 10 or so check downs to RBs per game, for as long as Keenum's under center. So ADP, Guice and Thompson are going to get theirs due to sheer volume of attempts IMO.