Exactly what yesterday? Because you know me, Low budget.
We're here, Jake.
So I'll take that. Plus five units and product.
Not a bad A that prophet thing where the ranch cowboys the finish within six points.
Either way, I couldn't get it better.
Plus to seven to give very much.
You guys in the survivable? Yeah.
No, I actually took the Chargers, so I was sweating that out hard.
Oh, yeah, that's Zo That kick at the end of the game.
I don't know if you saw on that, but Oh, yeah, I was watching that moment in that game, but we are live here on the floor of sports SportsCastr.
Thank you for those of you who are tuning in or re watching the stream, I will probably tweet this out here real quick, but we're talking a little bit of Week one fantasy football.
I have Tanner and Henry with me guys.
Let's just, uh let's get it out of the way right away, right off the top of the bat.
How did your house your week people out there really care Thio here us indulge our on how our fantasy teams did too deep.
But was it a good week? Good start.
Did you leave a bunch of points on your bench? How did I go for you guys? So on the two leagues, I actually care about the most.
I have a lot riding on the two games coming up, so I got one.
I got one matchup.
I'm up four points with a J.
Brown and he has James Connor.
So I'm waiting to see how that plays out.
And then my other matchup.
I need Derrick Henry to put a good amount of points, but I want my other three weeks.
So it was a pretty good.
It was a pretty good start.
Yeah, I'm about 500 for the week on Look, head Malcolm Brown on a dynasty bench, so we'll leave it at that.
How many? Getting it up with Quite a few exactly points in that league.
I'm not exactly sure, but all I know is 79 yards, two touchdowns, posts, um, receiving yards.
And I'm curious.
I'm really gonna be looking to see if that continues going forward.
This rams backfield could be one of the most interesting components of fantasy football.
I think this year, just you know who gets the run, maybe a given week or how that changes hands.
But, yeah, they really impressed me like their old line, especially just from last year, because it was such a bad like year in 2019.
But like the announced, he just kept saying how they were like the old line was moving like up the field instead of horizontal.
And I thought that was really true.
So it should be a really productive backfield this year.
Speaking of productive backfields, let's kind of jump into the injuries right away.
Of course, one of the biggest injuries was Marlon.
Math goes down for the colt.
Looks like he's gonna be out for the year that Backfield still produced.
Jonathan Taylor did get a few opportunities had, I believe six catches point somewhere in there.
The surprised, though, was a name.
Heinz came out, put up 27 points on the board of catching, receiving touchdown, a rushing touchdown.
How much how much does it hurt? The Colts team as a whole to not have Marlon Mack, and how long until we see Jonathan Taylor established himself? Is that number one guy, Obviously those of you who have Jonathan Taylor, uh, nobody ever wants to see an injury hope the best for Marlon Mack.
But it is kind of a good sign for you if you do have Jonathan Taylor.
So what do you think this means for Taylor in that colds backfield? Um, I would say if you drafted Jonathan Taylor. Congratulations.
Um, like you said he had six catches, I think 67 yards.
And I thought he looked really explosive when he touched the ball.
And I just think that it really clears up a lot of ambiguity.
And I would be fine throwing and Taylor into my line of a soon as next week.
Yeah, I even had him in my lineup this week, and, you know, it wasn't, uh definitely wasn't a massive disappointment.
Um, when we talked about it a little bit, Zach Henry and I said I had hoped he was gonna get some goal line looks, but he actually he was used all up and down the field, so I was pleasantly surprised.
There again, Heinz Heinz had the hot hand. You gotta ride him.
So probably even took a few opportunities away from Taylor there.
Yeah, it wasn't interesting to me.
The culture having great success, running the football in terms of statistics and looking at yards per carry and such.
And they didn't run a whole lot.
It was only like they had less than 25 rushing attempts as a team the entire game.
But it's funny, you know, looking at Philip Rivers coming over from, Of course, the charge with the court.
It almost feels like Mahin Heinz to me, is the new Austin Neck Lor that Rivers offense? And then now, with Martin back going down, uh, confirmed Achilles injury here today.
So he is gonna be out for the year.
Uh, then you got Jonathan Taylor, who I guess to me, is gonna be that mountain garden.
And you know what? We interesting to see how this kind of plays out? Because we know Philip Rivers likes to check it down to his backs.
Um, and just long looking at other colts as well, who else is gonna, you know, kind of gonna become that favorite? Targeting the receiving game is gonna be t y Hilton.
We saw Paris Campbell have a nice play yesterday so, but now he Heinz, definitely I think, is going to have.
There's gonna be a PPR role here and maybe a decent floor at that, for sure, going forward.
But Jay is in prime position to be the lead Colts back and Zach Zach did tweet out earlier this morning.
The um, running backs split for the Colts.
Mac managed to get 11 snaps in for Russia's Seven routes.
Ran before he got injured.
But then a pretty even split.
Actually, not Heinz did have Maura majority. The snaps.
Onley rushed the ball seven times but ran 26 routes.
Obviously made a few nice catches, including a touchdown.
Taylor, 26 snaps.
Russia's 14 routes ran so well, Mac is a big loss.
Um, I think this cold steam is going to be ableto move on without him with with that other game, script specific Backfield called, Zak says.
But I think that they'll be all right, be able to move on.
Another interesting thing is somebody you might wanna put on your radar.
I know tomorrow's show is probably gonna be the waiver wire show, but devante Freeman yeah, could be a guy what might potentially wanna pick up.
Hang on to keep him on your bench.
Especially if you had Marlon Mack.
Unless you, of course, already drafted him.
Maybe with a late round pick to either You guys happen to have Freeman.
I didn't have been touched.
Freeman, um that is an interesting name that, like keep in mind, though.
And you have some other injuries out there like the left bell injury.
Maybe they signed somebody, but I wouldn't.
I personally wouldn't expect it, but I do think it's a good hole to see what happens.
That's who needs to sign a running back more.
In my opinion, Is the Jets here like, I mean, Frank Gore and Josh Adams? Is it right now in terms of healthy backs? E Adam gets hasn't been, uh, fully committed to saying one way or another, but it looks like Levy on balls training and this here a least one week, but probably two, maybe even three eso.
And we have the Michael Piranhas.
Well, of course, the rookie out of Florida.
And he's still nursing an injury that he sustained or in training camp.
So Frank Gore is gonna either be a must own here.
I think even though the Jets offense is not something super attractive, just volume looks alone here.
E think you have to consider Gore unless the Jets were gonna go out and make a move, which giving all the implications of the season.
And, yeah, I'm a jobs fan.
I'm suffering through it.
But, man, I don't know, I would I would argue that the colts air in month better shape after Marlon back injury with Jonathan Taylor.
And he pines and the Jets currently are If love be honest in this time.
And, you know, like I said, these two teams air very different outlooks, as in whole as a whole here for 2020.
But yeah, it would be somewhere.
I do have Freeman one dynasty.
Well, I definitely agree with you there.
The colts are set up.
Ah, lot better losing their back then Then leave Ian Bell.
Alright, then the jets are with losing losing Levian bell.
I asked you last stream, Henry, Um, without now, this wasn't even, um this was without the thought of a Libyan bell injury.
But I asked you if things didn't go well.
If he wasn't putting up mega yards.
Do you think we possibly see a trade? Um, in these first few weeks of the season, do you think that goes away with a hamstring injury? Do you think the Jets are just going to go full steam ahead and see what? This? See what this season has to offer? How are they gonna handle this situation here if they come out and lose? Say, let's give them one game in the next three weeks without Libyan Bell.
But let's say they enter Week five with a record of one and four.
Um, I know there's a fantasy focus show, but do you think? I mean, do you think maybe a Bell could be on the move? Or is he a general hole the whole season? Well, the road doesn't get any easier.
I mean, I know we can talk the Bills defense being one of the best in the league that you have to contend with coming right out of the gate.
Put San Francisco here this week.
There's no easy games on this jet schedule, so I guess if I'm looking for love you, I'm deal to get done.
If I'm the buying team I'm gonna wanna know that there is health there, but it's tough to say.
Yesterday was yesterday was pretty ugly.
So I think there are a lot of other things that this offense needs to get it.
If he's on the move, I wouldn't be shocked.
I'll say that because it's gonna be a full scale rebuild.
Uh, that could be a move that we see coming.
Um, I don't want to spend too much time on the Colts backfield.
We talked about them a lot.
But if name Heinz is available on the waiver wire, like, maybe if you're playing in a 10 team league, how much fab would you guys become total spending on? Um so actually, I want to hear what you think first, because I already have Heinz, uh, two leagues and, um, he's not available in any of my other leagues.
I've already looked.
He went off for 27.
I did have him on the bench.
I didn't play him at all this this'll week, but I don't know what's your opinion, because I I liked him going into the into this season.
Actually, especially Aziz late as I got him.
He's a pretty good value pick in my mind.
And now I think you know he's going to get even more opportunity.
Well, what do you think is somebody who doesn't own him? Eso I currently have 21 on him and, like you said, I was pretty high on him going to the season in the league that I'm betting on him.
It was between Chris Thompson and Heinz is like one of my last picks, and I went with Chris Thompson.
I wanted to see how that backfield check out, and that was obviously the wrong decision.
But like, I just think Hines is super talented, and I definitely think he's gonna have that.
They're down roll and Philip Rivers has a long history of going to his running back.
So I got 21 on him right now.
I feel pretty comfortable with that.
I don't think anybody will outbid me on that, but, yeah, I'd be willing to spend on him, too, because again Marlon Mack, there's no chance he's coming back.
Jonathan Taylor, Even if he takes over the lead roles you got, Heinz gonna play predominant role in that passing offense, there's still probably gonna be you know a dual back type system.
It's not gonna be all Jonathan Taylor all the time. Zack said.
He's available in 65.
8% of ESPN leagues, so I just must be, you know, playing within some weeks with some smart guys who picked him, picked him up right away.
Look, and I don't think he's available on most of my leagues.
That means most of you who are watching the stream probably have a good shot to go pick him up.
Especially if he lost this week.
I would definitely go out and do whatever you need to do to get Heinz.
What do you think, Henry? Yeah, I mean, the only hesitation for me, I guess in terms of that would be it is only a week to that.
We're going into here.
You've got a whole season ahead of you on.
Do you? You know, you don't know injuries And what? Not here.
Who else might turn out to being very picky? So we agree with you guys there.
I just don't wanna put too much Take on.
And I guess right now, so 21.
I think that's, you know, that's a reasonable maybe about 1/5 of the budget here.
And, you know, at that point at that price point, if you get outbid, well, then you still have the the Fab saved you.
I'm another guy because we know there will be more running back injuries and more opportunities opening up here for free agency.
Well, that that's uhh big, big names We all saw.
George Kittel took kind of a C hit low.
We're at least I was.
I think the whole NFL Onda fan base was hoping nothing was wrong with him, that he was gonna come back.
Thank God he's OK.
Didn't really produce too much on the field this week.
Michael Thomas, the top scoring wide receiver last year, one of the top scoring players overall, comes out, puts up 4.
7 points with the state's offense.
That kind of just struggled all night, managed to win the game, but it definitely wasn't pretty.
Tomorrow did a ah lot of work in this game.
Michael Thomas as a high high ankle sprain, I believe, was the official ruling.
He says he's gonna play through it.
My question to you guys is after such a disappointing week.
One performance and not with an injury on top of it.
Is there any way you consider sitting Michael Thomas for a week or two until you see some Some numbers come, you know, appear there out of him or is he the guy that you lock in and roll with, no matter what? For me? I would.
I think he's a guy.
I would just have to sit and lock in.
Um, I don't think I could justify benching him.
I know like he said, he's gonna play through it and I feel like I just have to trust that going forward.
And I think the Bucks defense is like, I was really high and I'm going to this year.
They started the year off really bad last year, but they're set the second half.
They were like, really solid.
I want to say they were the number two fantasy scoring defense behind the Ravens for all for the second half of 2019 and I think that could have been a contributing factor and I would just go.
I would go ahead and playing personally.
I don't know how you can sit in this week.
Based on the matchup on Monday Night Football with the now Las Vegas Raiders, that secondary is just awful.
And compound it by injuries.
Uh, for me, the talent is too great.
I know he's gonna be battling through an injury.
He's not gonna be 100% if he's out there, But I mean, matchup wise and, you know, looking at what the state should be able to do on offense here in this game.
Even if it's a reduced version of Michael Thomas, he has the opportunity to outscore.
I think a lot of guys that you would probably be putting him up against if you were to hold him out to me.
You got a lock on it for this week.
If it's really bad and you know we'll see how things progress going into next week.
But if he's out there against this Raider secondary, he's in my life.
Yeah, I totally agree with you.
And I'm glad you mentioned the Raiders, too, because I was gonna say that depending on on your answers, um, Carolina was able to put up offense, put up yards through the air.
The state's definitely going to be able to put up yards to their against Las Vegas.
Um, he's the type of guy to who you just can't.
You know, the one week you decided to finally sit him, he's gonna go off for probably three touchdowns, 150 yards, and then you're just gonna be mad at yourself.
Hate yourself all Sunday.
I'd rather have him in the lineup.
And then if he doesn't produce, you, try and win other ways or you just kind of kind of live with it rather than bench a guy with so much potential and then be kicking yourself all Sunday long.
So as long, as long as he doesn't hobble through this week to I mean, if he goes up against the Raiders and puts up another five point performance, maybe then we got somethingto look at and worry about.
Maybe his ankle is hindering him more than we think, but I think it'll be a bounce back performance and just kind of a errant week one out of Michael Thomas again.
You know, they didn't really even need them to do all that much because tomorrow was just eating out there.
Sanders, with 10.
9 fancy points in PPR, scoring two.
He's gotta be a love, especially with this Michael Thomas injury here, because it's a great bad check for him.
A swell, um, if anything, I would bet that he can out produce his Week one numbers in Week two as well.
It was pretty encouraging to see how much Sanders was using the offense.
From a fantasy perspective, Sanders is gonna be, I do like the next week, and he's gonna be one of those guys.
Might be a little bit harder to trust.
But as Faras from an actual NFL perspective and the difference I think he's gonna make in that offense is gonna be really key.
Yeah, I agree, I agree.
Um, just making sure we got everybody here.
I think the last significant injury that I wanted to talk about um, is not actually to anybody that's on your fantasy roster.
But it could affect a couple of guys who had good weeks.
Actually, a few guys that had good weeks, we're talking about Lane Taylor of the Green Bay Packers, is a guy who's been on the team for a while, he was always like that sixth offensive lineman could come into place.
Almost any position.
Hey, battled through a lot of injuries.
Finally, uh, wraps himself up in a starting position for the year and ends up going down.
Looks like he may miss the whole season or probably will miss the whole season.
I didn't get official word yet, but that's what I was hearing yesterday.
How much does this affect both Rogers and Erin Jones? We've seen over the course of career, especially especially me.
As a Packers fan, we've seen Rodgers kind of have to do it with piecing together offensive lineman before.
But, man, it just is too bad.
Week one and we've already got somebody else for the season.
I guess there's a little bit of comfort in that, knowing that somebody can step in and we'll have the entirety of the season.
Thio, you know, work on things, work on things cohesively as a line and get better.
But how big is the how big is this Lane Taylor injury to both Rogers and Rodgers and Jones and Davante Adams, for that matter? I think it's a offensive lineman Go ahead. Sorry.
Well, I was just gonna say I think any time you have an offensive lineman, I'd go down like that.
You have Thio take into account who's gonna be stepping into the role.
What experience they have.
See? Get any intel you can.
Uh, if I had a bet is gonna impact, I would say the ground game a little bit more than I would.
Uh, and All star quarterback like Aaron Rodgers.
Some of the throws he was making yesterday were ridiculous.
I don't want to overreact, I think from a fantasy standpoint, um, you know, until until I see it on the field, I guess I would say, uh, it's gonna for me.
Uh, we would look at how does it impact the football team's performance I had of something.
See, I'm not gonna overreact.
Thio Lemon going down.
Yeah, I pretty much agree with all that.
It really depends on who's coming in to fill those shoes and because it's an offensive lineman and you don't really hear much about the like the backups coming in and you could come in to do a great job for you cutting, but it's It's hard to say right now.
The other group that it might affect, um, that you might not think of right away is opposing.
Defense is if the offensive linemen starting offensive linemen goes down, it might be a little easier to get after the quarterback.
Packers might become a more favorable, uh, matchup for defense is unless they just keep putting up offensive yardage like that.
Rogers keeps swinging around the ball.
Obviously, you're gonna wanna avoid playing the Packers then, but you know it's weak.
Weak one through it.
Threw it back to 2010 a little bit, Rogers just dropping dimes everywhere, spreading the ball out like crazy.
Um, both, uh, state Brown and Alma's ARD, I believe, were the cheapest options possible.
And DFS they both went off at themselves.
I think there's fantasy value across the board, and this Packers often gonna be interesting to see to just going up.
I mean, I know we just watched the lines having historic collapsed yesterday against Mitchell Travis Key in the fourth quarter, but you know there are some pass rushers and such upfront there in that defense So how does the line adjust to the absence against Trey Flowers? And I'm assuming Jamie Collins is gonna be able to play after the referee and sitting yesterday.
I don't think that holds about another week, does it? I don't think so now.
So there is a that's a not a bad defensive run, so it'll be interesting toe kind of See how that develops.
Just another injury I want to throw out there.
Blake, Darwin confirmed out for the year with Thorne A C L with the Cowboys.
So there's so many weapons in that offense.
It was debatable, You know, kind of how big of a fantasy impact John wanted to have outside of deeper leagues, but in Leeds, where you might have rostered him or he was your second tight end or you were banking on a fantasy breakout, which I kind of was in that camp of jargon should really take a step forward this year.
Being the guy at the tight end spot, no more Jason Witten.
Now he's gone after just playing 25 snaps.
So are we diving into any Dalton Schultz or, I think, in this Cowboys offense, specifically It just doesn't matter.
There's no there's no reason to touch the tight end.
Like you said, they have way too many weapons.
The ball is going to go elsewhere, especially if you're talking about a second, even third string tight end.
How often are you gonna look to him over, Um, Ari Cooper, Gallup.
The list of guys is Elliot that you could go to first.
I just don't think that a backup tight end is going to see all that much action in this Cowboys offense.
And Mike McCarthy has really not had elite tight ends or really tight ends be a big part of his offense for like, a majority of the coaching of his coaching career.
So I don't think he's really gonna have Thio adjust too much assed faras, you know, play calling or anything like that.
I just think right now they're gonna want somebody that could block that, be a reliable blocker and maybe be a decoy at certain points.
But I don't think there's any value coming from these backup tight ends.
Yeah, I definitely agree with that, and it was just a sad injury toe watch because Blake Johnson was getting a lot of good hype out of camp and he was working hard and then just see that happened so early on in the season.
I just feel bad for the guy.
Injured injured tight ends David and Joke, who who has had his ups and downs with the Browns, was really good early on.
Kind of did pretty much nothing Last year has a lot of talent, obviously raw talent, but I wanted had made it known he wanted out of Cleveland.
Cleveland didn't give, didn't grant those wishes.
So he comes back.
Cooper has been pretty touted in a lot of minds of fantasy people, including my own.
I put a lot of hopes in Austin. Hooper.
He came out had, like four points, maybe yesterday, I think, a little bit less, Um, does his value rise? Does his role increase without in joke you, or do you think it's still kind of par for the course? Whatever they had planned for Hooper is is what it's gonna be yet.
I think like I said, I was already a fan of Hooper.
I thought he was gonna have a pretty big role in this offense.
After week one, Of course, nobody got in the end zone.
The Browns offense was pretty stifled, so you can't put Ah lot into just this week one performance performance across the board for the Browns.
But I I still think I think Austin Hooper had good value.
And now he has, you know, maybe even more value without in joke who but a joke who just He wasn't one of the top guys in that Brown's offense last year.
They bring in Hooper for a reason.
So I'm not quite sure how much it boosts Hooper.
Really, in the end, more so than he was already gonna be gonna play? Um, yeah, I definitely think it boosts is value.
And the Kevin Stefanski scheme that is now they're running with the Browns like he's known for using, uh, too tight and sets and heavily targeting the tight end.
And now, with one of those tight ends gone, I really don't see how Cooper doesn't get a good amount of volume and like like you said, they paid him for a reason.
Uh, stupid, talented, And I think that Week one performance can be attributed a lot to the Ravens defense just being really special, and I think in Week two you could definitely see a really strong performance out of him.
This one hurts me because I've always been an in joke, a believer, to be honest, just in size and athletic talent he possesses.
And, uh, yeah, he did almost exactly what I thought yesterday.
Not a lot of catches, but down in the red zone, he's the Mawr athletic guy who can go up and get a ball.
So, sure enough, he's the one who catches the touchdown.
And it's not Austin Hooper down there.
So I've had Austin Hooper a lot lower than most fantasy experts.
I think here this season, throughout the draft rankings and such.
Just because I wasn't sure you know how much of roles you really gonna have when you have Jarvis Landry over the middle.
You've got Adele always a threat and you got cream hunting and catch balls out of the backfield as well.
And I just saw in Joke who taking a lot of red zone work away, prove me right for one week and now he's got himself, so this one hurts, I think.
Obviously, uh, rise in red zone looks and his value.
You shouldn't go up as a result.
Uh, you know, Baker, Mayfield is gonna probably have some easier games, easier matchups than Baltimore yesterday, as you alluded to Tanner.
Um, but you know how much of a connection is there between these guys? Their first year together? And we got the new coach.
Um, but you gotta you gotta give him a rise in value for sure within joke going out.
So those reps are gonna have to go elsewhere.
Brian, I don't think it's gonna be taking them too much away from Hooper in the passing game.
So Well, Austin Hooper is always He's always kind of been to that guy where if you get him on the right day against the right match up, he will just absolutely tear you up, and then he might take two or three weeks off.
Kind of like we saw, You know, Cameron break doing a couple of years ago down in Tampa Bay.
And these other tight ends who are big guys obviously have talent and can catch the ball, but they're not every single week consistent point getters.
But then, like I said, if you have a favorable matchup or it just seems to be working for them that day, it's They seem to be open in the end zone.
Quarterback finds them for, you know, 23 touchdowns.
Seems like Austin Hooper is that kind of guy, and I'm hoping he could be that kind of guy for the Browns.
Uh, this this Browns offense set up sort of similar.
They're not quite as past heavy, obviously, with both Hunt and chug back there.
But the way that they look as far as the talent on the outside and just the amount of talent on the offense, it's similar to where Hey had so much success back in Atlanta.
So you would think that Austin Hooper would fit in perfect.
With this offense, be able to find some success like that.
I guess we'll have to see what comes in these upcoming weeks here.
Speaking of Atlanta, I gotta, but in with this real quick, we saw Calvin Ridley go off yesterday, and I reap the benefits of that in a few weeks, so give myself a little cut on the back.
But you got Julio Jones there as well.
Russell Gauge was also over 100 yards in this game.
And then you got Todd Gurley.
You could do it all out of the backfield.
So where does Hayden Hurst fall for you guys with this and Joko injury.
And we're all kind of, um, projecting a bump in value here for Austin Hooper to varying degrees.
Who do you want the rest of the year here? Tearing God? Yeah, that's that's a really good question, actually.
Eso Hearst with somebody I was definitely higher on throughout the office like I saw him coming in and really feeling that Hooper role.
And I would probably I would probably still go with Hayden Hurst.
I think the Falcons we're gonna pass the ball a lot more than the Browns are.
The Browns often is gonna be pretty run heavy, and I would probably just rely on the passing volume there, and I think you're gonna get big, big weeks out of Hearst.
But you also might disappear sometimes because of the other options with Russell Gauge and who looked really good in that game like he kind of bald out.
And so I think it will just come and go.
But Hearst, Hearst somebody that I think I would I would take over. Hooper.
Hey, doubled him up yesterday, even with the other guys going off in terms of family fantasy points and you're the one did well, but I just pulled up quick.
Hurst e think, 6.
8 PPR Hooper was 3.5.
So I was you when you're when you're talking about doubling somebody up and that person only had 6.
8 points, that's kind of sad, um, off accounts.
But, you know, again, I think I think he is.
Hayden Hurst might look much like Austin Hooper did where he has big weeks a couple weeks in a row and they disappears for a couple weeks.
I think that's pretty common in tight ends across the league if you're not one of the top two or three guys, but it was a big day for tight ends overall, A Z.
I'm not sure if Henry is completely frozen or not, or if we get him back here.
But it was a big day for tight ends overall, a lot of big numbers out there, I thought Mark Andrews might not be as involved as he ended up being He obviously tor it up.
Uh, Dallas got another guy to that.
I just thought with the new filly Look, the new filly offensive course know Sanders this week.
But I didn't think Dallas got it was going to get his many looks.
Hey, went out there and tore it up, too.
So that's just tight ends for you, man.
It can choose them wisely and sometimes live with disappointing, disappointing results.
The and that was God was somehow available.
You gotta go get him.
He needs to be on, but sorry.
Think I'm having like which these guys were cutting in and out a little bit.
So I apologize from all over the place. If you wanna.
You wanna try leaving the stream and joined back? That might work because Tanner and I are working Well, All right.
See you in a minute. Anyway.
What? We're gonna say Terror.
Yeah, Andrews performance was really fun for me to watch.
He was somebody.
I came out and I wrote an article like early in the off season saying that I believed that he could finishes the tight and one.
And he was really gonna make that tear leap Thio, Kelsey and Kittle.
And I just think he's gonna be Lamar's go to option in the red zone at all times.
And you saw it yesterday and often is gonna move the ball.
And he finished as high as he did last year on Lee playing on 40 something percent of the snaps.
And now Hurst has gone like he's somebody that