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    2017 Around the NFL Thread: (and cutty watch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFF

    One of Cutler’s best attributes throughout his career has been his willingness to stay in the pocket and make throws while under pressure. Of the 42 quarterbacks that have at least 400 passing attempts while under pressure since 2006, Cutler’s adjusted completion percentage of 62.3% ranks 17th and his passer rating of 71.7 ranks sixth.
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    Stephen A Smith, to no surprise, gives Trubisky no credit in his performance saying he played against 3rd stringers. Then proceeds to say Glennon shouldn't be in the NFL. This moron just never shuts up.

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    Really hate that guy.

    He might end up being right about Glennon but after one pre-season game? Absolutely absurd to make that claim!

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    FWIW. Sanchez played 2 series and left early. meaning mitches first two minute drive was against the 2nd team. likely his 2nd TD drive as well. as 2nd string Likely played into the 2nd.

    my only concern for mitch right now would be the two batted passes. otherwise. to not be impressed your just stubborn


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    Cutty playing tomorrow. Exciting. I'll watch.


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    WEEK 1
    THURSDAY, SEP 7, 2017
    Kansas City*at*New England 8:30 PM NBC Gillette Stadium

    SUNDAY, SEP 10, 2017
    Arizona*at*Detroit 1:00 PM FOX Ford Field
    Atlanta*at*Chicago 1:00 PM FOX Soldier Field
    Baltimore*at*Cincinnati 1:00 PM CBS Paul Brown Stadium
    Jacksonville*at*Houston 1:00 PM CBS NRG Stadium
    N.Y. Jets*at*Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS New Era Field
    Oakland*at*Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS Nissan Stadium
    Philadelphia*at*Washington 1:00 PM FOX FedEx Field
    Pittsburgh*at*Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS FirstEnergy Stadium
    Tampa Bay*at*Miami 1:00 PM FOX Hard Rock Stadium
    Indianapolis*at*L.A. Rams 4:05 PM CBS Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    Carolina*at*San Francisco 4:25 PM FOX Levi's Stadium
    Seattle*at*Green Bay 4:25 PM FOX Lambeau Field
    N.Y. Giants*at*Dallas 8:30 PM NBC AT&T Stadium

    MONDAY, SEP 11, 2017
    New Orleans*at*Minnesota 7:10 PM ESPN U.S. Bank Stadium
    L.A. Chargers*at*Denver 10:20 PM ESPN Sports Authority Field at Mile High

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    Remember when fantasy matchup analysis used to be “Team A gives up the most fantasy points to wide receivers”? Well, we’ve moved from analog to digital and now look at matchups on an individual level. Each week, I dig through the actually coverage tendencies for all 32 NFL teams and compile this information in the WR/CB Matchup Chart, which is released on Thursday mornings.

    WEEK 2 MATCHUP UPGRADES
    Atlanta receivers vs. Green Bay – On paper, this one isn’t even fair. While the Green Bay secondary held their own last week against the Seahawks, this is a unit that consistently got torched last season. Julio Jones gets a perfect 100 percent matchup rating this week. He figures to see primary coverage from Damarious Randall, who surrendered eight receiving touchdowns last year. Those in deep PPR leagues and DFS circles may want to give Mohamed Sanu a look as well. Sanu should have no problem with Quinten Rollins. Likewise, Taylor Gabriel makes for an upside DFS play in this matchup.

    Tyreek Hill vs. Philadelphia – Hill had no problem with the Patriots’ secondary in the season opener, putting up seven catches on eight targets for 133 yards and a score. He’s poised for another big game in a fantastic matchup against the Eagles swiss cheese secondary. Ronald Darby is out for Philadelphia, which means Hill will see plenty of Jalen Mills in this contest. Mills is one of just six of this week’s starting corners to surrender more than two yards per route covered since the start of last season.

    New England receivers vs. New Orleans – Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs had their way against the Saints secondary on Monday night. This week, it’s the Patriots’ turn. Brandin Cooks is locked in as a WR1 versus his old team. Chris Hogan wasn’t heavily targeted in Week 1, but he did play nearly every passing snap. He’s a sneaky DFS option. Danny Amendola is still in the concussion protocol, but he’ll be a high-volume option if he’s able to suit up.

    Kelvin Benjamin vs. Buffalo – He was an upgrade last week as well, but managed just one catch for 25 yards. Despite the disappointing stat line, Benjamin owners should go right back to the well. He gets a plus matchup again E.J. Gaines, who allowed a catch on a massive 75 percent of his targeted routes last season. Gaines also surrendered a league-high nine touchdowns. Benjamin has the potential to put up big numbers this week, especially considering the fact that Cam Newton targeted him three times 20-plus yards downfield last week.

    Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders vs. Dallas – The Broncos duo were held in check by Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward last week, but they both project to get back on track in this matchup. We don’t expect a shadow for either receiver, so they’ll each see their share of Nolan Carroll and rookie Chidobe Awuzie. Trevor Siemian got off to a solid start in the opener, and should pepper Thomas and Sanders with plenty of targets this week.

    Marqise Lee vs. Tennessee – With Allen Robinson out for the season, Lee is now the Jags’ No. 1 receiver. Lee had no catches in Week 1, but that isn’t the likely result in this one. He’ll see primary coverage from Titans rookie Adoree’ Jackson. The first-rounder gave up four catches on seven targets for 47 yards and a score against the Raiders in the opener.

    Other matchup upgrades: Larry Fitzgerald didn’t have a big fantasy week in the opener, but he did see 13 targets. He figures to again see heavy volume in a plus matchup with primary coverage coming from Nate Hairston. … Jeremy Maclin found the end zone in his Ravens debut. He’s worth consideration as a fantasy starter this week against Briean Boddy-Calhoun out of the slot. … There isn’t much to like in Indianapolis, but Donte Moncrief might be worth a tiny bit of DFS exposure. He’ll see primary coverage from Justin Bethel, who yields a massive 0.48 fantasy points per route since the start of the 2016 season. … Adam Thielen went off in Week 1, and has a chance to do so again here. He’ll face coverage from Mike Hilton. We haven’t heard of him either. … While Alshon Jeffery will see some Marcus Peters, he’ll actually get primary coverage from Terrance Mitchell. That’s a plus matchup for Jeffery this week. … All three Seahawks receivers get an upgrade this week. Expect the Seattle passing game to get back on track against the suspect San Francisco secondary.

    WEEK 2 MATCHUP DOWNGRADES
    Dez Bryant vs. Denver – The schedule makers weren’t kind to Bryant owners to start the season. He kicked off 2017 with shadow coverage from Janoris Jenkins, and this week he has to face the stout Broncos secondary. Bryant won’t see a shadow this week, but there really isn’t a good matchup to be had against the three Denver corners. You likely still have to start Bryant, but temper your expectations. Better days are ahead.

    Odell Beckham Jr. vs. Detroit – Beckham is still dealing with the ankle injury, but is trending toward playing in Week 2. That being said, he draws a difficult matchup against Lions standout Darius Slay. Last week, Slay allowed just two catches on six targets for nine yards. Fantasy owners shouldn’t sit Beckham, but just be aware that his matchup isn’t favorable.

    T.Y. Hilton vs. Arizona – You were probably downgrading him anyway given the present state of the Colts quarterback situation. But things are doubly bad for Hilton this week, as we expect him to see a shadow from Patrick Peterson. Last week, Peterson shadowed Marvin Jones, who was targeted just once in 43 routes in Paterson’s coverage.

    DeVante Parker vs. LA Chargers – Parker owners had to wait an extra week to start him, but there’s bad news. The possible breakout receiver gets a rough draw in this one with shadow coverage likely to come from Casey Hayward. The Chargers standout corner held Emmanuel Sanders in check on Monday night with Sanders seeing just two targets in Hayward’s coverage.

    Corey Coleman vs. Baltimore – The second-year receiver showed good chemistry with rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer in Week 1, but it isn’t wise to fire up Coleman this week. He draws a tough matchup against Jimmy Smith, who is three inches taller, but ran the same 40 time coming out of college. Smith has also allowed a catch on just 53 percent of his targets since the start of last season.

    Other matchup downgrades: Bills rookie WR Zay Jones has a bright future, but he’s a fade this week against Daryl Worley. The second-year corner held opposing receivers to a catch on 60 percent of targets in 2016. … Following the season-ending injury to Kevin White, Deonte Thompson is now the Bears’ No. 1 receiver. However, you don’t want him anywhere near your starting lineups this week. Thompson has a rough matchup against Vernon Hargreaves. … Marvin Jones saw shadow coverage from Patrick Peterson in Week 1, and could see it again this week from Janoris Jenkins. Jones is still the Lions’ No. 2, but he’s tough to trust in this matchup. … It’s tough to trust any of the Titans receivers this week. All three get matchup downgrades against the stout Jacksonville secondary. … Fantasy owners will want to temper expectations for Terrelle Pryor this week. He’ll see primary coverage from Trumaine Johnson, who allowed a catch on 59 percent of his targets since the start of last season.

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    Geno Atkins nearly killed Deshaun Watson.

    EDIT: then Watson runs for a 49 yard TD.

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    It's fun watching JJ Watt destroy O-linemen.

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    Cutty looks great miss the mobility.

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    Cutty dub!

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    im on #teamcutty

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    2 things I will never get over in Chicago, Tom Thibodeau, and Jay Cutler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by effen5 View Post
    2 things I will never get over in Chicago, Tom Thibodeau, and Jay Cutler.
    this. for good measure:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIm8PYlUuFM
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