I agree with the let this play out a little more crowd and regression to the mean for sure. My question in regards top Watson is, how much should being a "gamer' be taken into consideration into football/FF? Everyone knows how Dabo Swinney came and called all the GM's out in regards to DeShaun being a winner/gamer/certain intangibles probably more towards the mental and cerebral aspect of the game. I also know QB is probably the biggest position potentially affected by this. Watson just seemed so inaccurate in college that I was sure it would really catch up to him in the pros, albeit he has thrown some picks and some balls have been caught that might not normally when you heave them up there. I keep telling people that a guy like Baker Mayfield just is a gamer and will find at least a solid job as a backup in the pros (many think he has little to no chance at that). In the same tone, Johnny Alcohol had one of the biggest "IT" factors I had ever seen coming out of college, along with incredible athleticism,but he is a completely different story. Guess its somewhat hard to judge since so many college "winners" come from successful programs.
Undecided Offensive Name for 2019
12 Team 1PPR 1QB/1-3RB/1-3 WR/1TE/1DST
RB: Barkley, Chubb, Jacobs, Henry, Mack, Love
WR: Nuk, Thielen, Cooks, Parris, Gallup
TE: Henry, Olsen, Herndon