Smitty’s Take: A few reporters last month posted news on this topic, that Allen Hurns is now the clear #1WR in Dallas. Hurns is solid, he can stretch the field, and he was always a play-making beast over in Jacksonville. Changing teams is always a concern for wide receivers, it’s not always a successful transition; however, Dak Prescott is a unique passer and this situation is kind of unique over in Dallas. I think a rapport can be built fast between the two. With no big-time wide receiver inside that Dallas roster, TONS of Ezekiel Elliott goodness awaits in 2018 (and likely to the tune of 15TDs and something crazy like 2,000 total yards). I think Hurns could carve out a surprisingly-good fantasy season in 2018, maybe as good as excellent fantasy WR3-type numbers. Dak should be good for 3400+ yards and 23-25TDs (all while rushing for 300 – 400 yards and 5-6TDs).
Tony Pollard 2020 fantasy football
Hey, all. I did this quick Live Stream on YouTube and wanted to share it with you all. It’s on why Zeke Elliott is a buy-low player worth taking a risk on right now. Whether it’s through buying-low via trade, or drafting-low in a draft, get him. Here is why:
|Updated: 9/1/18||TM||Pos||Ru Yds||Ru TDs||Rec||Re Yds||Re TDs||Non PPR||PPR|
|Updated: 12/5/18||Pos||Match-Up||Week||Ru Yd||Ru TD||Rec||Re Yd||Re TD||Non-PPR||PPR|
|Ezekiel Elliott||RB||vs PHI||Week 14||120||2||4||30||0||27.00||31.00|
|ADP||As of 8/18/18||Pos||Team||Comment|
|1.03||Ezekiel Elliott||RB||DAL||As said with LBell, if I had the 1.01 in let's say three drafts, I would grab Zeke with one of those 1.01 selections. I wouldn't put all my eggs in one basket, but in one league I would absolutely take the chance. That gives you a feel for the mix of risk and reward that comes along with him in 2018.|
Depth Chart :: Cowboys
|Dak Prescott||Ezekiel Elliott||Amari Cooper||Jason Witten|
|Cooper Rush||Tony Pollard||Michael Gallup||Blake Jarwin|
|-||Mike Weber||Randall Cobb||-|
|-||Alfred Morris||Tavon Austin||-|
Note: These are fantasy depth charts, so they may vary from team depth charts. For example, a rookie RB might be a team's #2 but we could list him #1 based on fantasy.
Schedule & Bye Week
Updates: This feature is updated weekly using our yardage and TD formula; before Week 1, our same forumula is put to work using previous year's stats; All weeks update as stats accumulate, including the "Avg." column.
Previous Seasons Stats
|Year||Team||G||Rush||Yds||Y/G||Avg||100+||TD||Rec||Yds||Y/G||Avg||100+||TD||Lost||KR Yds||KR TD||PR Yds||PR TD||Non-PPR||PPR|