Cooks was pretty consistent from week-to-week last season even prior to Kupp going down, particularly if you exclude the week when he got concussed. He was somewhat boom/bust with the Pats two seasons ago, but had more consistent usage with the Rams last season.Maximus891 wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:51 amFor me
Levron Bell - Just don't see him doing what he did in Pitt
Kittle - His value won't get any higher (For me I'm keeping him)
Cooks - gets the 3rd look from Goff, hes a boom or bust week to week
Goodwin - Value is high as most believe he will break out. Winstons on a short leash could have Gabbert throwing to him
D Freeman - I think Ito takes over there
A Rod - over rated
Lindsay - Freeman has higher draft capital they'll try to mix him in more
Cohen - Montgomery will be a 3 down back with Cohen in as change of pace
I don't really think that Montgomery is going to step in as a rookie as a 3 down back. That seems a bit overly optimistic to me.
I also don't really think Gabbert is that much of a threat to Winston.
Michel is tough to sell right now.FantasyFreak wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:42 amObviously all sells are dependent on value. With that being said, Sony Michel strikes me as a guy to get out on. Knee issues, and Harris is no slouch. They refuse to use him in the passing game, and it's looking like a 3 headed monster going forward with Michel, Harris and White. If Michel misses any time and Harris performs well, it could get worse than that, too.