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NEWS: Mike Evans pulls in 137/1TD; Conner totals 95 yards; ABrown posts 50/1TD

September 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Smitty’s Take: The Steelers beat the Bucs on Monday night football in Week 3, as Mike Evans pulled in 6-of-11 targets for 137 yards and one touchdown. James Conner rushed 15 times for 61 yards and added five catches for 34 yards; JuJu Smith-Schuster pulled in 9-of-11 targets for 116 yards; Antonio Brown pulled in 6-of-9 targets for 50 yards and one touchdown, while Ben Roethlisberger completed 30-of-38 passes for 353 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. Bucs QB Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 30-of-50 passes for 411 yards, three touchdowns, and three interceptions, while DeSean Jackson pulled in 3-of-5 targets for 37 yards, and O.J. Howard caught 6-of-8 targets for 72 yards.

Fantasy Tips: Buy-low on Antonio Brown heading into Week 4. He is surely disappointing owners a bit as of late, which presents a great buying opportunity. The Steelers are coming off a big win and are likely putting some of the locker room frustration to bed. This is great news for Brown owners and we see him going on a tear down the stretch in 2018. James Conner looked strong despite the yardage-only type of night, but we cannot stress enough how important it is for Conner owners to have both Conner and Jaylen Samuels heading into Week 4 and beyond. Conner looks amazing, and he is proving our Bold Prediction true for 2018… but, he has never carried the rock as a starter before, and it’s not crazy to think he gets banged up at some point. And, Samuels is an exciting back that offers more of a Kamara-like style of play, he could be hugely successful, just as Conner has been, if ever called upon to start. As for LeVeon Bell and that situation… the last thing reported on the matter was that a few teams had some interest in trading for the runner, but nothing too serious has unfolded talk-wise, at least yet. It’s only Tuesday, so expect to hear more on Bell and his situation as we roll through the week.

Articles

WR Duos, Chubb, D. Cook, Oh My!

By Smitty | April 13, 2019 | 3 Comments
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In this episode of The Fantasy Football Show, Smitty goes over WR duos like Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry, Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks (and Cooper Kupp), Mike Evans and Chris Godwin… as well as talking about Baker Mayfield and Dalvin Cook.

Top 10 WRs in 2019 (After AB to OAK)

By Smitty | March 11, 2019 | 5 Comments
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Who are the Top 10 WRs heading into fantasy football 2019 now that Antonio Brown is in Oakland? Smitty has you covered on this topic, and more, on this episode of The Fantasy Football Show.

Outlook

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Full-Season Projections

Updated: 9/1/18TMPosRu YdsRu TDsRecRe YdsRe TDsNon PPRPPR
Mike EvansTBWR0087111010171258

Weekly Projections

Updated: 12/5/18PosMatch-UpWeekRu YdRu TDRecRe YdRe TDNon-PPRPPR
Mike EvansWRvs NOWeek 1400580114.0019.00

ADP Data

ADPAs of 8/18/18PosTeamComment
2.09Mike EvansWRTBTop 5-7WR capable, which makes him a steal near the tail-end of the 2nd. He does have about as much risk as upside, though, which explains his fall in ADP.

Depth Chart :: Bucs

QB (9/8/18)RBWRTE
QB1: Jameis WinstonRB1: Ronald JonesWR1: Mike EvansTE1: OJ Howard
QB2: Ryan FitzpatrickRB2: Peyton BarberWR2: DeSean JacksonTE2: Cameron Brate
QB3: Ryan GriffinRB3: Chris SimsWR3: Chris Godwin-
-RB4: Jacquizz RodgersWR4: Adam Humphries-
--WR5: Justin Watson-

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 & SOS

2018 (Date: 7/7/18 - Preseason Feature)Wk1Wk2Wk3Wk4Wk5Wk6Wk7Wk8Wk9Wk10Wk11Wk12Wk13Wk14Wk15Wk16Wk17Avg.
Bucs (bye=5)@NOPHIPIT@CHIBYE@ATLCLE@CIN@CARWSH@NYGSFCARNO@BAL@DALATLWkly Opp.
Bucs Opp. Agst PASS14.0018.006.506.00-12.0023.008.5020.0012.0031.5023.0020.0014.008.0018.5012.0015.44
Bucs Opp. Agst RUN10.001.3311.007.00-5.339.6716.672.3331.5013.0013.332.3310.0010.674.335.339.61
Numbers: The total, like 11.50 as an example, means that the Opponent ranks 11.50 out of all 32 teams against the pass or rush (depending on the category).
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

YearTeamGRecYdsY/GAvg100+TDRushYdsY/GAvg100+TDLostKR YdsKR TDPR YdsPR TDNon-PPRPPR
2014TB1568105170.115.531200000000000177.1245.1
2015TB1574120680.416.35300000010000137.6211.6
2016TB1696132182.613.841200000000000204.1300.1
2017TB1571100166.714.11500000000000130.1201.1
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