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Smitty’s Take PackersNews mentioned Jimmy Graham in a post yesterday, speaking to how Graham turned down more money in order to get a chance to play with Aaron Rodgers. This might be surprising to some people, but Graham led the league last year in red zone targets, and he pulled in a huge 10TDs. He is only 31, folks, and while that’s no spring chicken for a TE, he could certainly have 1-2 elite years left. Not just good years, I mean it when I say elite. I know, most feel he is no longer that deep threat he once was back in New Orleans. Would it shock you if I disagreed? Is he as quick as he use to be? Of course not, however, Seattle used him differently than Green Bay will, and I think he gets close to 900 yards and 10TDs in 2018. Consider Graham in a situation that could revive him into huge numbers. There are just too many weapons in GB this upcoming season for defenses to game plan Graham.
Smitty’s Take: According to NBCSports, Texans QB Deshaun Watson (ACL) doesn’t expect to be limited for the start of camp next week. “I feel great,” Watson said to the NFL Network on Thursday night. “I’m getting ready for next week when we report to The Greenbrier; I’m going to be full-go.” Watson was rolling without a knee brace during the Texans’ three-day minicamp last month, so he is, and has been, way ahead of schedule. Folks, Deshaun Watson is our #1-ranked fantasy football quarterback in all formats moving forward. It’s easy to predict big things out of DeAndre Hopkins now that he has his QB back, but we are also predicting huge numbers out of Will Fuller. Want bold? You better take a seat before punching the play button on this one:
Smitty’s Take: This comes from an NFL Network reporter, who tweeted out today that he’s hearing that the Bears shouldn’t have anyone start camp on the PUP, including “Allen Robinson, among others. While now fully expected to play Week 1, he could miss a ton of the preseason. It really will be tough to speculate how well he performs in 2018, especially early on. At a 4.08-4.11 ADP, this situation has more risk than appeal. At 4.08, you’re talking about Brandin Cooks, Ronald Jones, sometimes QBs Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz, and even Kenyan Drake in some cases. Our advice is to avoid the guy at 4th-round value, and in dynasty we’d suggest one sell high if this is truly the market/cost for him. I firmly believe that Anthony Miller is the future in Chicago, and will look like the WR1 in Chicago come season’s end. Injuries can happen, coaches can ruin a player’s rise, sure, but talent-wise, this kid is the real deal.