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Fantasy Football 2020 Bust Candidates. 6 guys to consider avoiding. The ceiling is high for these fantasy players, but draft with caution.

Joseph:

Welcome to the show everybody, Joseph Robert, the fantasy football counselor, online here with Tim the bald guy. What’s going on, Tim?

Tim:

Now much. How is it going, buddy?

Joseph:

Tim, we are talking about fantasy football bust candidates. We’ve got six names here. You really want to be cautious about drafting for 2020 fantasy football. Tim, I’m terrified of drafting any one of these guys we’re going to mention here. How about you? What do you think?

Tim:

Well, yeah, that’s the whole reason why we’re doing this show. We’re going to give you the reasons why, guys, so you either agree with us or you don’t. No problem, but we’re cautioning you against these players.

Joseph:

Before we get into this, Tim, you guys have to head on over, guess where they got to head on over, Tim?

Tim:

To FantasyFootballCounselor.com?

Joseph:

TheFantasyFootballCounselor.com, to get the 16 round draft solution. This is the absolute game-changer. We filter out guys like this because you’re going to pay too much and you’re going to get hurt. Now last year, what ended up happening was everyone drafted Odell round one. Well, not people that we’re listening to us, but the mainstream people that weren’t aware of us, ended up drafting Odell round one, he busted. They drafted Antonio Brown round two, he busted. They drafted Damien Williams round two, he busted. They drafted Le’Veon Bell in round one. So I’m really good at honing in on guys that could potentially bust, these guys, their ADP is pretty high, but they come with a lot of risks.

Joseph:

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Tim:

I want you guys to really smash it.

Joseph:

Yeah, smash it. We need some hair there. And of course, leave your questions below. I’ll get to as many as possible. All right, Tim, let’s go with these bust candidates. I’ve got three. You’ve got three. Let’s just talk about it. So why don’t you go with your first potential bust candidate?

1. Kenyan Drake

Tim:

All right. This is one that maybe we don’t talk about enough because we pick on certain guys and there’s a reason why we pick on them, but my first one is going to be Kenyan Drake. You and I talked about it off the air a little bit, so while he had pretty good success overall in Arizona, he really only had three great games last year. And by great games, I mean 20 plus points. So for running back, I want 15 to 20 every week if I can get it, that’s where that benchmark is for me. He had only three games over 20, one of them was almost 40. So yeah, that’s great, but those three games accounted for almost half of his entire year’s points. I just don’t see it. He’s too up and down. I’m not going to spend an early a late first, early second on this guy.

Joseph:

Yeah. It’s way too early. Now with risk comes upside. Trust me, this guy is a high ceiling guy, potentially I hear the Cardinals are going to run him potentially three downs, but I don’t trust anything the Cardinals say, because going into the season last year, David Johnson was the prime guy. So just on the sheer fact of, I don’t trust the Cardinals, that reason alone, they have no integrity for their starting running back. So that reason alone is the reason I’m going to stay away. But there are tons of more reasons why I’m going to stay away. Like you said, only three good games. One of them being when they played San Fran in week 9 he played like 28 points. Then in week 15 and 16 and three really good games. But other than that, he didn’t have a good season overall. And another reason and these reasons keep adding up, years to wide and I’m not wise, I understand he was in Miami, but he did absolutely nothing in Miami. Listen to this, Tim, in 2016, in 2017, in 2018, a combined nine rushing touchdowns, in three years combined. So I know he’s in Miami. It’s a different situation. Now they’ve discovered the talent. I’m not sold, Tim. Kenyan Drake, again, just not sold. Three good games. I need a full season of production if I’m investing a precious second-round pick and a running back.

Tim:

Yeah, he’s a DFS player to me. Although, you got to look at all the angles. So last year when he had those great games, especially two of them were the last three weeks of the season. So some people are going to say, oh dude, he really turned it on late in the year. He was coming into his own. He’s going to be prime for this year. I don’t buy it. No, I’m sorry. Yes, he did perform really well when he needed to. One of those games though was against Cleveland, who was a horrible defense. So you can’t really go by that. Seattle was a decent middle of the road kind of defense. So you got to give him some props there. All in all, just a great DFS type player. Do not waste a late first, early second on this guy. You’re crazy if you do.

Joseph:

Very important, last thing. And there’s a ton of points against him. Again, the ceiling is high. Trust me. And the good point against him is yeah, he could be a three-down back. But isn’t going to play a major factor of the beginning, on paper, it doesn’t seem like it will, but they did a draft, I believe in the seventh round or so don’t quote me, but I think it was later in the draft, I know the guy’s name, I know all this information about him, but Eno Benjamin out of Arizona State, 5’9″, 207, a running back. This guy has an amazing spin move, a nose for the end zone. Now he did play around 12 games last year with Arizona State.

Joseph:

253 attempts over a thousand yards, 10 rushing touchdowns. And he catches the ball Tim, 42 receptions for 347 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns. The year prior in 2018, 300 attempts, 1,600 yards, 16 touchdowns, again, with the 35 receptions, he’s got a ton of receptions. So the fact of the matter is, they see something in Eno Benjamin, he’s a local guy. It could be a good thing here, Tim. And don’t count him out, they could take a shine him if he comes out, breaks out and Drake years to wow, we weren’t wowed, goes back to the old Kenyan Drake, Eno Benjamin could emerge as a fantasy football sleeper. I’m not sold on Drake.

Tim:

Yeah. I think maybe if anything, you’re talking two years from now where you’ll see this guy really step into it, but he’s going to be there. He’s going to take some away.

Joseph:

We never know. Look what happened, Philip Lindsay, undrafted free agent, and everybody thought Royce Freeman, including myself, I will take responsibility. I think I got Freeman in the fourth, third or fourth round that year. He looked good in preseason, out of nowhere, Phillip Lindsay came out, local boy, local Denver boy, and these guys come in hungry, man. Oh, I’m a seventh-round pick. Really? I’ll show you I’m a seventh-round pick or I’m un-drafted. I’ll show you, and they get a chance and they capitalize. So I’m not sold on Drake. Just stay away. Too many question marks. Even if the ceiling is high and he comes out and becomes a top-five running back, which he could, the ceiling is high. I’m just going to say the question marks and the red flags outweigh the reward. Okay.

Tim:

I want something more safe and secure with my first second-round picks.

2. Aaron Jones

Joseph:

Yeah. Okay. So yeah, again, we’re diving into the stats here, guys. Not holding back on this. We’re giving you guys facts on why not to draft these guys. The next guy here is Aaron Jones. My guy here, now he’s going pretty much 19th overall in the second round, coming off as early as early second, mid-second to late second, depending on how many people are in your league. I’m going to go ahead, Tim, and I’m going to stay away from Aaron Jones. I’ll tell you why. This guy, if you look at him statistically throughout his years, hadn’t really finished a season. Had a good season in 2019, the years prior, Tim, only playing 12 games in those two seasons. So I’m a little concerned because prior to last year, which was probably, in my opinion, an anomaly year, he hadn’t wowed us. 12 games in 2017, 12 games in 2018, four rushing touchdowns in 2017, eight rushing touchdowns in 2018.

Joseph:

And this year, wow. Look at this man, 16 touchdowns way to go boy. And then he had what? A thousand yards, 236 attempts. Okay, so he had a pinnacle year. It’s not going to happen again. And my boy, Aaron Rogers, he’s got a chip on his shoulder as well. So I don’t know, man, Aaron Rodgers, I think this is the year he starts throwing more. Oh, you guys think you’re doubting me? I’m going to throw more. Adams was hurt last year. He didn’t throw it at Adams as much, I think Adams played like 12 games. So they went to the ball more and they ran it more. Another thing, I’m really excited about this guy, and I think he’s the future of the Packers running back situation there, is AJ Dillon, absolute beast workhorse. They’re going to be used around the goal line. They drafted him for a reason. They drafted him to possibly replace Aaron Jones, because Aaron Jones is coming up to a contract, and they probably don’t want to pay him, because again, going back years to wow, we weren’t wowed, aside from the one year. So again, those are my reasons, Tim, does this make sense?

Tim:

Absolutely. So before you even really hit on it, I was going to say, yeah, you got to look at Green Bay as a team last year, man, just as a team, they were off. Something was not right last year. Aaron Rodgers, wasn’t the Aaron Rogers he should be. There were a lot of things going on that just didn’t make sense. I look at that as well and I say, so it wasn’t the normal Green Bay, it wasn’t the normal Aaron Rogers. Something is going to change. I think Jones is going to be the one that loses because of it.

Joseph:

Right. And listen, they’re rebuilding. They drafted Jordan Love in the first round with the 26th pick. People were like, oh my God, what are you doing? Are they phasing Aaron Rogers out? So is Aaron Rogers going to want to try hard? I think maybe for his reputation, and AJ Dillon, a second-round pick out of Boston College. As I said, this guy is a big boy. Don’t underestimate him. What is he? like six feet, 247 pounds, man. He’s a monster, 318 attempts over 1,600 yards last year from Boston college, 14 rushing touchdowns. And you know what? He’s not a big pass-catching back, but 13 receptions for 195 yards in his 2019 year. You never know the fact that they drafted him in the second round tells me that I don’t think he’s going to be sitting on the bench. So a big decline for Aaron Jones. This is what I call fool’s gold. This is going to be the perfect example of like, hey man, don’t buy the reasons he buys. Just don’t draft Aaron Jones, way too many question marks. Stay away.

Tim:

Yeah. Especially with the size you just talked about, six-foot, 240, 250 pounds, man. This guy is what you would use at the goal line. You’re at the first yard, you’re pounding it in with this guy. There’s no screwing around. Just give it to the train and let him run.

Joseph:

Absolutely. I like him. I like the upside, he’s a good talent, man. And I’m not going to underestimate him, especially a second-round pick. All right, let’s move on to your third pick. This is Tim’s, and actually it’s mine too, but he stole it from me.

Tim:

This says always ours, no matter what, we’re beating a dead horse here, but we have to keep talking about Nick Chubb, stay the hell away.

Joseph:

Tell us why Tim. Tell me why, like the Backstreet Boys.

Tim:

Again? Do I have to?

Joseph:

Tell me why.

3. Nick Chubb

Tim:

There’s this other player there named Kareem Hunt. Come on. Guys, look at the numbers. When Kareem Hunt came back, these guys were a committee. They were 50, 50. Kareem Hunt beat them, what was it? Six out of the eight weeks. Something like that. Yes, those other two weeks I think Chubb really beat him. Like, beat him by 10 plus points. But even still, there is just way too much. This is a committee, big time. There’s not going to be enough here to justify taking this guy. What is it? Mid second.

Joseph:

Yeah.

Tim:

You’re nuts. You’re nuts, don’t waste it on Chubb. He’s going to have a decent year. He’s going to put up some numbers, but do you want that kind of numbers as your second pick? I don’t.

Joseph:

Crazy enough, I see he’s top 10 on the consensus that can shift his rankings right now. I see him coming off sometimes late first. I know you’re saying mid-second, that’s the average, but I’ve seen them come off in mock trials late first. Honestly, this is kind of where he’s going, even early second. That is insane, Tim. It doesn’t make sense.

Tim:

Yeah.

Joseph:

Mathematically it doesn’t make sense.

Tim:

No, it’s way too risky, guys. He might give you that 200, 240 point year, might, he might not. He might get in the 180 to 200, 220 types. If you’re going to spend a second-round on that or late first even, nope. I’m not taking it. Give me a nice wide receiver instead.

Joseph:

Do you know what’s funny too? Hooper had some good years with the Falcons, but he’s now on the Browns.

Tim:

Yeah.

Joseph:

So they got the top 10. They got them ninth. So assuming he’s going to finish ninth, he’s going to get a lot of targets, and they got Odell like 11th or 12th, and they want to put, I know they’re craving to bring them up, I know they do. But here’s the thing, if you’ve got Odell 12th, Landry should be like sixth, because he’s the wide receiver one there based on last year stats. It’s crazy, and I don’t go by last year stats, but Landry is a clear cut wide receiver one. He has been for the past couple of years with Mayfield. So I’m not just doing it based on recency bias. I’m doing it because I think Landry is actually the better receiver than Odell . Especially if Odell draws the double coverage and Landry is the wide receiver one, that’s great for Landry. Now you’ve got a wide receiver one who is actually better in talent not getting the double coverage. Let them buy the hype and go to Odell, Landry will eat, then you got Hooper getting the ball. You got Kareem Hunt catching the ball in the backfield. They’ve got a ton of targets there, man. This is crazy to think Nick Chubb is going to repeat last year’s numbers. It’s absolutely insane. It’s insane.

Tim:

It is a super talented team. The names are they’re the guys who can put up points are there. It’s just, there’s too many there. As long as Baker can bring it and put it all together as a team. No, I wouldn’t trust most of these guys.

Joseph:

Yeah. I don’t trust them at all, man. I know they improved their O line. I know they’ve got a coach that likes to run the ball that he did, the Stefanski that did in Minnesota. I get it. I get it. But it’s still Kareem Hunt is there. You can’t ignore Kareem Hunt. You just can’t

Tim:

Too many mouths to feed.

Joseph:

All right. This one, I don’t really talk about, I didn’t want to sound like a broken record. So I left Dalvin Cook out of this even though, yeah, I’m not touching Dalvin Cook at all. I want to promote everybody. Congratulations on screwing things up.

Tim:

He didn’t make a bust list.

Joseph:

Yeah, I know. That’s amazing. But he is here, he’s here in the pilot.

Tim:

He’s always in your mind.

4. Amari Cooper

Joseph:

Yeah. All right. The next guy, we’re going to throw in a wide receiver here. I think it’s important that we do talk about wide receivers. I’ve actually got two wide receivers on my bust list. This guy is an Amari Cooper. Man oh, man. What’s he going? 30th overall, 12th amongst wide receivers, so he’s coming off what? Mid third round.

Tim:

Yeah.

Joseph:

Now if you guys get the 16 round draft solution, head on over to TheFantasyFootballCouncler.com. This is a solid plug, you’ll thank me later. Trust me on this one. I’m not even touching on Amari Cooper because he’s coming off in the third round. That’s when I’m picking up a guy like maybe David Johnson, Todd Gurley, Leonard Fournette, a workhorse running back there. So I’m avoiding him, because I’m not going wide receivers early. But listen, man, they drafted CD Lamb, who is arguably one of the best wide receivers coming out of the draft. They’ve got Gallup, who technically could be the wide receiver one. The big question is here, Tim, is there going to be enough targets to feed Amari Cooper to make him wide receiver one viable? And that’s the big question mark.

Tim:

Right, but mid-third, you kind of sold me as soon as you said the two names, like David Johnson or Fournette. If I can pick up those two guys instead of Amari Cooper, I’m taking those two guys. The upside is huge.

Joseph:

Right.

Tim:

Mid third though, for an Amari Cooper who is a wide receiver one on a team that’s not target-rich, but they got some names. They got some guys that can do some stuff. I’d be fairly happy with him. But if I’m looking at who I can still pick up instead, no, I wouldn’t be touching him.

Joseph:

Now, if you are going wide receiver, which I recommend you don’t, I actually did a mock draft going robust wide receiver, he is decent in value in the third round based on what you can see out of last year. But listen to this, 119 targets, that’s not enough and that’s without CD Lamb being there. Michael Gallup had 112, and Randall Cobb, who sucks, had 83. So if Randall Cobb, who sucks, had 83 targets, they bring in this stud young wide receiver rookie, arguably the best receiver next to Jerry Jeudy coming out of the draft, versatile, dynamic playmaker, looked good in college, how that is going to translate in the NFL is still a big question mark. You got Randall Cobb, 83 targets. Let’s say a hundred targets go to CD Lamb. Gallup takes a step up and gets 120 targets. Again, that’s leaving Amari Cooper the 110, 120 targets again. It’s not enough, Tim, eight touchdowns last year, just under 1,200 yards, which is really good that way. But again, I just don’t see this being viable as a true wide receiver one. And I think people are going to draft Amari thinking he’s going to be a true wide receiver one. I don’t see that happening.

Tim:

Yeah. To me, the whole argument, once again is just, who is still available at that position. Who could I take instead? And there is so much more upside instead. If I could pick up an Amari in maybe the late fourth, fifth, yeah, I’m all over it. You’ve always got to take that into consideration. What’s available at the same time. What’s the upside. Guys, if you’re not looking at DJ you’re nuts and I’m not like Joe, if you guys have watched our crap, I’ve never been kissing David Johnson’s butt the whole time. But this year I see it. I see the potential-

Joseph:

And the value.

Tim:

Yeah, the potential and the value for sure. If you’re going forth and you’re going to take an RB one that tad has numbers before, just, we won’t get into it. Either way, Amari in mid-third with other guys still available, no.

Joseph:

We’re doing our dynasty draft probably in July, we’re trying to put a dynasty team together and Tim is going to be in the league. I know he’s looking to snipe David Johnson in third. So if you see in our episode in July with Tim who gets two black eyes here and he looks like a raccoon, or what’s the animal that has black eyes? Raccoon, right?

Tim:

Yeah.

Joseph:

I’m going to punch him out. That’s the thing, he’s going to have … Well actually, did you watch UFC yesterday?

Tim:

I did not. And I haven’t even heard anything about it.

Joseph:

Felicia Spencer had her head, what do they call those things?

Tim:

The hematoma?

Joseph:

Hematoma. My mind is not working. See, it looks like I’ve got a hematoma, big hematoma across the face here. So if you see Tim with a hematoma, come in and he stole David Johnson in my-

Tim:

Look at this head, man, this is a rock.

Joseph:

Head like a rock. All right, Tim, you better not snipe David Johnson. I’m telling you right now.

Tim:

It all comes down to positioning in the draft.

Joseph:

We got to look at sparking a possible trade then.

Tim:

There you go.

Joseph:

All right, let’s talk about the fifth potential fantasy football bust 2020 candidate. Tim, let it roll.

5. Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Tim:

I think I might’ve started swaying you on this one because you’ve been talking pretty highly about this guy. It is Mr. Clyde Edwards-Helaire. I just-

Joseph:

I want to make …Yes. I’m on board. I’m not on the Clyde Edwards-Helaire train. I’m getting off the train today, after this discussion.

Tim:

He is on a target-rich team. He’s a rookie running back coming in. Yeah, okay, that’s great. But look at who he’s with, man. You got Travis Kelsey, you’ve got a great quarterback that is very elusive and very unorthodox and can throw the ball in weird, strange ways. So he will create opportunities for his receivers. I just don’t see Helaire really benefiting from that. I think he’d be good to take in around the fourth round, but going late second. No, man, I got to have something a lot more reliable, more proven. I’m not going to waste an early pick on a rookie running back on a target-rich team.

Joseph:

Here’s the scary thing, Tim. Let’s talk about this. Okay. This is crazy because we looked at the numbers, Damien Williams, who is still there had 111 attempts. He sucks. Now I only played 11 games. Had he played the full 16 games, which assuming he’s healthy this year, should get at least, what? I would say 130 attempts. Okay.

Tim:

Well, yeah, easily. If you’re trying to do the math for last year, he would’ve actually been probably around 170 if he’d have played the full year.

Joseph:

Maybe. Okay. So then McCoy, who sucked socked had 101 attempts on 13 games, and when you factor in Darrell Williams, Darwin Thompson, 41 for Darrell Williams, Darwin Thompson 37. I don’t think they’re going to eat that much. So Clyde Edwards-Helaire, for him to succeed, Damien Williams literally has to be on the bench the entire season, because you’re going to lose 120 targets. And again, I think Damien Williams was terrible, but he had a good Superbowl and there was a debate that he could be the MVP of that super bowl and he got robbed. So unless Damien Williams gets robbed again of his starting job, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, temper your expectations, because Damien Williams will eat some, it sucks.

Tim:

Yeah. I’m just saying it’s too target-rich of a team, rookie running back coming in, competing against other guys. It could potentially happen, right now at this point of the year where we don’t know how things are going, OTAs, training camp. Nope, no way too high of a price. Way too high.

Joseph:

Okay. Another thing you want to note, Damien Williams and LeSean McCoy had 71 targets combined. That is two running backs. And a lot of people are drafting Clyde Edwards-Helaire to be that PPR guy. So if Damien Williams is still there and he had 37 targets last year, is Clyde Edwards-Helaire going to get this 70, 80 targets that we’re anticipating, like a Kamara type finish. If you’re drafting him in the second round, you want to finish like Kamara with the 81 receptions type thing. They only threw 71 targets those two running backs. Now there were a couple of Darryl Williams, Darwin Thompson peanuts here and there, 15 and nine, in regards to receptions for Williams and Thompson. 19 and 10 for targets, so 29 targets between those two other guys. So I don’t know, man. It just doesn’t seem mathematical there’s enough attempts and targets to running backs here to make him a solid RB1, RB2. It’s scary.

Tim:

Right. And he’s proven in college that he’s got the hands. He can be a PPR machine, but he’s a PPR machine on a team with a lot of other great receivers. No, not right now guys.

Joseph:

I got some question marks here. So it makes sense, man. I could definitely see it. I may get off the Clyde Edwards, after looking at the numbers that deeply, I’m basically saying second round part of a robust RB strategy with the ceiling, assuming that Williams gets completely benched, know what I’m saying? Or really an 80 20 split.

Tim:

Yeah. There’s just too much risk to put such a high price on this guy right now.

Joseph:

Okay. So be cautious. It’s total boom or bust, again, like Drake. With high ceiling comes a lot of risks, risk, reward. Is it worth it to you second around? If you do go, Clyde Edwards, which I recommend in 16 rounds, you are considering him, you are going robust RB. So you’ve got you, let’s say Saquon, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, then you get yourself someone solid like a Leonard Fournette, a David Johnson after that. So you’ve got four running backs. I’m comfortable going four running backs in the first four rounds. I’m telling you right now, I love it.

Tim:

Yeah. See, and I’m the other way, in fact, so I did that mock that we ripped apart in one of our last shows, where I went with Michael Thomas as my third overall pick. So I was happy with that and I was happy still getting Fournette and David Johnson and the third and fourth, man, give me that instead for sure.

6. DeAndre Hopkins

Joseph:

Okay. Last one here, Tim. Let’s talk about it. Houston and Deandre Hopkins last year did okay. He was on the Texans last year and Deandre Hopkins now new team with the Arizona Cardinals. I don’t trust Deandre Hopkins with Kyler Murray. I’m just looking at his stats, guys. I’m looking at the numbers, that’s why I’m kind of thrown off.

Tim:

Yeah. You’re looking at the targets for all their wide receivers and everything.

Joseph:

Yeah, I’m sorry, I’m processing all this. So I’m going to unleash my reason here because I know a lot of people are rolling their eyes. 150 targets last year, okay, that is a lot of targets. That’s a wide receiver one. That’s pretty good. We had guys like Michael Thomas have 185 targets. That’s what you need to be finished top five. right now, Hopkins sitting top five amongst wide receivers. Are you going to consider him, he’s 12th overall, but here’s the numbers that I’m looking at that I’m trying to add up in my mind that literally, Tim, they don’t make sense here with Arizona. Mathematically, it doesn’t make sense that Hopkins is going to be the guy in Arizona, because last year their number one receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, had 109 targets. That’s their number one guy. Guess what, Tim? He’s still there.

Joseph:

Then Kirk, 107 targets. He’s still there. Then you got to pepper in Keyshawn Johnson with 42 targets, what other guys get, but 109 targets was their pinnacle guy who is still there. But then they’re like, Joe, they’re phasing Larry Fitzgerald out. I understand they’re phasing him out, but are they going to phase him enough to have him sit on the bench so that Hopkins and get the 109 targets? Because Christian Kirk is still there. He’s going to demand some targets. And they line up four wide potentially. They want to line up four wide and not to mention, Tim, and this is where I’m going back here with stats, the running backs catch balls as well. So 68 targets last year to Drake, 47 to David Johnson. So you’re going to have Drake have a hundred targets for like 60 receptions if he’s going to play three-down workhorse running back. So Tim, mathematically, does this makes sense?

Tim:

Yeah, of course. You’ve just nailed it, man. And that’s the way I always look at things. I always look at the numbers. Yes, you got to look at the situation too, who is there, who is doing what. Deandre is going to be the number one on that team, but he’s still not going to outpace Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk by that huge amount that you need or that you want to see, those guys are still going to get a hundred targets each, for sure. So how is Deandre going to get that 150, 170 targets? I don’t see it happening either.

Joseph:

Unless he completely, Kyler completely gravitates to Hopkins in almost every play. Another thing, that’s what I want to talk about is the rapport, especially with what’s happened in the world situation, are these guys on the field training as much as they could be? Maybe they are, maybe they’re not, but that’s beside the fact, he’s had years with Deshaun Watson with that rapport. And a lot of people will say, well, Joe, he’s performed with crappy quarterbacks as well when Watson got hurt. Yes, I know. So that can kind of combat that debate, that that rapport with Kyler could be good. But Kyler likes to, he’s not really as much of a pocket passer, he’ll scramble. He’ll run on some plays as well. So there’s a lot of targets to go around here, Tim, 150 targets to make him a top-five receiver. Again, new team, new quarterback, new situation, possibly lining up four wide. With Larry Fitzgerald, who’s been the wide receiver on that team, wide receiver one on that team for years, I don’t see it. I just don’t see it. He is a bust candidate for me with absolute ease. Make sense?

Tim:

Yeah, man, just based on his ADP, where he’s going, of course, that makes sense.

Joseph:

All right, man, there you have it, guys, there’s six potential bust candidates and the reasoning why to stay away. Tim, anything else you want to add on these guys?

Tim:

No, we’re always looking. We’re giving you every reason we can. We’re just warning you guys. Obviously you’ve got to play your draft because you never know. When you’re playing with guys who really know, guys who have different ideas of how they want to approach the draft, you don’t know what’s available, but we’re warning you from what we see with their ADP, where these guys are going, what the potential downfalls are. It’s a caution. You still have to play your draft, because drafts can vary so wildly. So look at who is available. Look at what’s up there. Can you add a wide receiver instead of a running back at a certain position? You’ve always got to play it, guys, just we’re trying to warn you on what we’re seeing.

Joseph:

All right, Tim, thank you for coming on, man. And we’re going to get back to our Mondays and Thursdays show. As you can see here, and Tim, I’m super excited about the season, man. I can’t express it enough. If you guys want to dominate your season, head on over to TheFantasyFootballCounselor.com, get that 16 round draft solution. You guys can see, we’re laying out the facts. We do the digging for you. Everything is laid out. All the operable players handed to you on a silver platter. In fact, you can get 16 rounds and never listen to us again and you’re set for the year.

Tim:

But you should.

Joseph:

But you should. Yeah, definitely.

Tim:

And you should watch us because we’re absolutely gorgeous. So if all you ever do is listen to audio, oh my God, you’ve got to get on YouTube. We are sexy.

Joseph:

Maybe if you leave a thumbs up and that hair grows, you would fit that profile.

Tim:

We need like six million thumbs up.

Joseph:

We’re a couple of sixes, Tim. Let’s be honest. And we’re giving [crosstalk 00:27:40]. We have straight teeth and stuff. We’re not that bad.

Tim:

Yeah. I got the bright blue eyes, I’m gorgeous, then my caterpillar eyebrows.

Joseph:

All right, this is getting out of hand. All right. All right, guys, we’re out. Smash the thumbs up and grow a hair for Tim on his bald head.

Tim:

Please.

Joseph:

And stay away from these guys.

Tim:

I need it.

Joseph:

Stay away.

Tim:

It’s been a long time.

Joseph:

All right, we’ll talk soon.

Tim:

Have a good one, everybody.

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