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Old 08-28-2019, 01:38 AM
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from around the web"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareDaily Slop: Former AAF LB DeMarquis Gates Is Ready To Keep Producing With Redskins; Daniel Jones Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins Jersey , Drew Lock Among Green Room InviteesBrad Mills-USA TODAY SportsDaniel Jones, Drew Lock Among 2019 NFL Draft Green Room InviteesWith the NFL Draft just two weeks away, the NFL has released the list of top draft prospects that have been invited to enjoy the festivities in the draft green room.Redskins pull talent from AAF once again, signing LB DeMarquis Gates | NBC Sports WashingtonWashington continues its recent stretch of adding former AAF players to its roster, this time signing the former Memphis Express linebacker.2019 Redskins Draft Bracket: Making the decision between Clelin Ferrell and Drew Lock | NBC Sports WashingtonThe next matchup of the 2019 Redskins Draft Bracket features Clelin Ferrell vs. Drew Lock. If these two make it to pick 15, who would be the best choice for the Redskins?One thought about each of the Redskins' 2018 draft picks, from Payne to Guice to Quinn | NBC Sports WashingtonEveryone's thinking about the Redskins' 2019 Draft class, but it's also important to look back on how the 2018 group looks after one year. Here's one note on all eight selections.Prospect Profiles: Cody Ford Spearheads An Oklahoma Offensive Line Loaded With NFL TalentFour Sooners offensive linemen attended the NFL Combine, with Ford rating as the best pro prospect and a possible first-round selection.Former AAF Linebacker DeMarquis Gates Is Ready To Keep Producing With The RedskinsThe 23-year-old Gates has proven himself as an elite tackler at the collegiate and professional levels, leading Ole Miss and the AAF in tackles during his tenures there.Redskins not pursuing trade for Cardinals' Josh Rosen - NFL.comWhile the Cardinals are expected to deal Josh Rosen and draft Kyler Murray, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Redskins, who are in the QB market, are not actively seeking a trade for Rosen.Ranking the Redskins' top five needs for the 2019 NFL Draft | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins need a lot of help in the draft, and two weeks out, the front office is probably getting close to finalizing their draft board.Matt Waldmanís RSP Cast Ep.61: Small-School Skill Prospects with Emory Hunt of Football Gameplan Ė The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)ESPN: Projecting the Top Edge Rushers in the 2019 NFL Draft | Football OutsidersFootball Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of the NFL and college football. Our writers, led by Aaron Schatz, also provide content to ESPN.com and write the annual book Football Outsiders Almanac.Futures: Drew Lock | Football OutsidersAbnormal Levels of a Protein Linked to C.T.E. Found in N.F.L Playersí Brains, Study Shows Thursday Night Gameenver Broncos:With multiple QBs on bye this week you might be looking for a streaming option this week. While not the best potential option, Keenum should have a solid floor in a game versus a struggling Cardinals secondary. Keenum is coming off back-to-back 300 yard and 2 TD weeks. He doesnít have the upside for a monster game in this match-up but he should be solid. Emmanuel Sanders is the top receiving option, but Demaryius Thomas is definitely playable here. If you are really desperate at WR Courtland Sutton is getting 5-6 targets a game and is starting to put up solid numbers. If he spikes a TD he could be a solid streamer. At RB Phillip Lindsay is the better option, but they use both runningbacks making it tough to feel confident in one.Arizona Cardinalsavid Johnson is finally getting some better usage and is at least showing some fantasy value to pay off his 1st round status in season long. This is a great match-up for Johnson as heís playing at home on a short week versus a Broncos defense that has been really bad this year versus the run. Josh Rosen isnít a playable option in any fantasy format, but he does at least make some of his pass catchers relevant. Christian Kirk is coming off back-to-back solid games and should be in line for 7-10 targets including a couple deeper shots. Larry Fitzgerald is having a rough year, but I could see him as a decent option this week. Heís coming off an 8 target week and is finally healthy. If you need a cheap TE to stream Ricky Seals Jones is in play, though itís a limited upside option.Quarterbacks:Start Ďem:Andy Dalton:-Among non-traditional top tier QBs, Dalton is definitely my favorite of the week. Heís had a number of strong weeks this year and faces a Chiefs defense that has some serious holes in the secondary. This is a high scoring game and the Bengals are likely going to need to keep throwing all game.Baker Mayfield:-No defense is better to target for passers than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They have been picked apart throughout the year and Mayfield has shown some real big play ability early in his career. Mayfield has had some bad luck in terms of drops so far this year, but even with some questionable weapons itís tough to ignore the potential for a blow-up game for Mayfield.Mitch Trubisky:-Trubisky started off the season slow, but now has back-to-back big time passing weeks. He has another strong match-up this week as the Patriots have really struggled to defend the pass this year. With this game potentially being higher scoring, this could be another big week for Trubisky.Note: -This week has a number of bad QBs in great match-ups. Guys like Eli Manning, Brock Osweiler, C.J. Beathard, Blake Bortles and Joe Flacco all have fantastic on paper match-ups and probably one or two will be pretty good in fantasy this week. Itís just tough to really feel confident about any of them. Of this list Beathard and Flacco are the ones that intrigue me the most. Guys to Avoid: -There are some top QBs in tough spots Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins Jersey , but Iím not looking to avoid them. The starters that I do have no real interest in are DeShaun Watson, Dak Prescott, Alex Smith and Marcus Mariota. Watson has shown some fantasy value this year, but I donít like him going on the road vs a Jags defense that will likely be looking to reestablish their level of dominance. Smith and Dak face each other in what will likely be a low volume game for both. As for Mariota outside of the one game versus the Eagles heís looked really bad this year. Running backs:Start Ďem:LeSean McCoy:-Itís been a tough fantasy year for McCoy this season as the Bills struggle at QB and lack of receiving weapons is crowding the box for him. Game script also isnít likely to favor him either, but the Bills have started to use him better the past few weeks. In what is a tough week for running back, this is a solid match-up in a game that Buffalo could keep close for a couple of quarters.Kenyan Drake:-Now this is for PPR only, but Drake is putting up solid usage and numbers the past couple of weeks and if he finds his way into the end zone you will be very happy with your decision to play him. Heís unlikely to crack 100 yards on the ground, but combined he will get close if not go over. Add in 4-6 catches and maybe a TD and you could have a high teen-to-low 20ís fantasy points week.Kerryon Johnson:-Johnson is seeing his usage ramp up some and I think this is a good match-up for the Lions rookie. I expect to see him get more and more involved in the offense and the Dolphins are much worse against the run than the pass.Marlon Mack:
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