defense didn't have a problem.
Making e believe you had, like 89 yards on the day was one of the top was top.
One of the top rushers didn't find the end zone.
The only thing that makes me hesitate about AP moving forward here, I think DeAndre Swift might get a majority of the looks after a piece was all the work to get him there.
I think us they might go to Swift in the Red Zone and Angola and Opportunities.
Swift had himself a nice performance as well.
Should have had about eight or 900 points if he made that catch at the end of the game with a touchdown and the catch points and the Arctic points, so he would have approached about 20 points had he made that catch.
So both both Peterson and Swift look pretty good in that alliance backfield.
It's the one thing I'm taking away from.
It is if you have carried on Johnson and you're looking Thio, open up a spot on your bench or you're looking for a guy who could potentially be a guy to drop.
I have no problem releasing carry on Johnson right now.
just not even a second thought.
We've seen carry on Johnson underperform as the number one back in past years, and now he finds himself as the third option in Alliance Backfield, which already has has trouble performing sometimes as faras fantasy value.
So what do you guys think they're I I don't think Carrie I'm Johnson is worth holding onto at all.
At this point, I agree.
I'm totally fine dropping him, I think, bringing in a p you didn't know how it was going to shake out.
And based on what we saw in Week one, it looked like that was more of, ah carry on Johnson thing than a DeAndre swift thing.
And like you said, if he came down with that touchdown to win the game, which would have made his fantasy, they look a lot different.
And in his first game, he would have been able to claim that he caught the game when he touched down, so that really was disappointed.
Him dropped that.
But yeah, I would totally fine dropping carry on.
And I think it was a really encouraging first game first with it was a complete they completely went against them.
well, the depth chart said coming into the game and had Johnson was the top of the page number two and Swift number three.
And we saw the two and three bags a lot more than Johnson. For sure.
Um, are is dropping him.
I might wanna wait a little longer, but I think this Lions backfield is, you know, it's gonna kind of be a pain to figure out with a P and swift splitting time here.
Anyway, I don't think either one of them is gonna completely dominate the other in terms of roles.
So no matter how you slice it, you're looking at a time share.
And we know Detroit also wants to throw the ball to That's still their primary method of attack here, if we will on offense.
And it didn't help yesterday, the gala day was out.
When he comes back, some of those targets that, you know Swift was getting, like go his directions so I might hold carry on here for now.
But yesterday was not encouraged.
I will say that well, and it doesn't take you long to lose your top spot.
I think he probably comes in is the number one back because he's been there.
He's familiar with the offense.
He has been there, number one back, but all of a sudden you find yourself as the number three guy.
I think he only had 77 attempts for 14 yards.
If I recall my numbers correctly, um, so when AP, who you know, bounced around the league, was just in training camp? Er, whatever you wanted to call what they did this year with Washington and comes over and puts up almost 100 yard day on, then you've got your new young stud running back behind you, too.
I'm not feeling great as carry on Johnson about my playing time.
And really, I wouldn't be surprised if we don't see him with the Lions after this year.
I'm not quite sure what his fantasy. Aaron.
Excuse me what his contract, um, numbers and contract length is.
But you also can't put a lot in, uh into Adrian Peterson. I guess.
Thats year, but I just think carry on.
Johnson's been on underperforming back, who they took with them pretty high tech, and I don't think they would have too much too much grief moving on from him.
if I'll go, yeah, next year, because he's still on his rookie deal.
So he's only been in the league two years.
That's carry on Johnson.
You were talking about carrying.
So, yeah, he's on a rookie deal, then I guess, you know, keep him all the way through.
But I just don't think I don't think he's a guy that has a chance to get resigned, I guess, is what I'm saying.
Yeah, um, so, yeah, that's Zo.
One thing that I remembered somebody asked about on Wednesday when they did the first fantasy stream that Lions backfield has always been confusing.
But I think it looks a little bit more clear this year.
It's either gonna be a P or swift like you, said Henry.
I think both of them suffer a little bit when Golladay comes back.
But I think for the first time in a while the Lions might have backs that can consistently produce.
So if we're talking about one backfield with three guys, you know, kind of mixing in and out here, carry on Johnson more or less.
We got to talk about the Rams.
I think too, because yesterday I had to have surprised a few more people than just myself.
I'm not ****ing around being the Phantasy star in that Los Angeles backfield, and we know this should be an offensive is gonna produce weekend week out, Assuming the offensive line is in better form than last year with all the weapons that have as pass catchers for Jared Goff.
There's gonna be lanes for these backs, and they're all capable of operating in the past games.
So going forward is Malcolm Brown in my starting lineup for Week two, or my overreacting Or you know how you guys see this shaking out Can't Acres was the big name given the draft capital here, but he's a rookie and Darryl Henderson.
He hasn't proved it yet.
So I'm honestly thinking I might be buying Brown here for the early portion of this season.
He finished the year strong last year, and that was with, you know, subpar offensive line.
Offensive line did look better.
Jared Goff look good.
I think this offensive looks good as a whole.
I like both of these running backs, especially that first Siri's.
I mean, it was like the the kickoff happen, and then All of a sudden, the Rams were in the end zone like they just drove down the field like nothing.
It was just boom.
Yeah, and, uh, I I like both of them.
I would have no qualms about putting Brown in your starting lineup if you can.
If you're lineups good enough for you can stick him in that flex position.
I think you're perfectly suited there, but he's also a great choice for starting running back at this point.
What we've seen after one week, the Rams get a nice week to match up against the Eagles, who just gave up 27 points to the Washington football team, and Peyton Barber had himself a day.
So I really they don't see how the Rams don't move the ball in that game.
And I think Brown is gonna be a really great start, which I believe Zach called Peyton Barber.
I believe he said, you know, watch out for him.
He's probably gonna end up on the scoreboard a few times.
Um, Zach had a few nice calls this week, even though he hates the Cardinals.
I think, he said, This is the week they're gonna upset the 40 Niners.
If it's gonna be any week that happened, um, State Brown for the Packers should have had, he said, shocking as if he's not right all the time.
By the way, I mean, yeah, I was just, by the way, I'm ignoring your Uncle Mike.
We'll talk with players in their lost on a different stream.
I'm not even diving into that right now.
Um, but yeah, getting back to the Rams.
I think right now I like this Rams offense a lot, and I think both backs obviously, anchors overshadowed a little bit.
But I think I think he's going to be a big name in a big producer in fantasy this year as well.
So going into, you know, here, going forward, I guess just to wrap this up quick, are you starting? Brown and a workers are These guys both start herbal like, dropping all the way down through the flex position.
Or how do we see this shaking out? Because I think if any of the three acres would have been the guy started the most here this past, uh, yesterday this week, week one, I would I wouldn't start both.
I think you've got to start Brown based on what we saw in week one, and they said he was the starter going into the season.
He looked like the starter.
I don't think Acres is gonna get the volume that he's.
You're gonna want to be able to start him like he could break off a long run.
But until that happens and he produces bigger than the game and he starts to take over the starting role, I think it's gotta be Malcolm Brown in your lineup.
But I would still be pretty encouraged about acres because I think you could see like a second half of the year explosion from him.
I just think simply it's if your lineup calls for it.
I have no hesitations starting to guys that play for the same team, a zoo, long as you're not forcing it, Um, if you're benching somebody who's obviously her, who's got a good matchup or has put up points in recent weeks just because you think both running backs were gonna go off for the for the Rams? Maybe not the greatest strategy, but it's a toss up between a few guys and and you want to start them both.
I have no problems starting to guys that that play on the same team as long as the lineup calls for it.
Speaking of flex position, Lett's talk just a little bit about I got about three more topics for us here.
And then, uh, we could probably take any questions from the chat if you guys have them.
Or otherwise, we could wrap up and get to watching some Monday Night Football on a little bit. Here.
What is there anybody off the top of your head? That kind of this performance and earn themselves to start in your week to line? I mean, maybe Brown is one of those guys where you didn't expect him.
Thio have this good of a week or you had him on your bench, but now he's a lock for week two.
You guys got anybody in mind like that for me? This is somebody that I was really high on.
Like I thought the breakout was gonna be really this year.
But marquees Brown coming out and having over 100 yards in the first half, like on seven catches, they didn't even need him in the second half.
They didn't even thrown the ball, but he looked good.
He looked healthy that, like I just want all the pieces.
I can have part as part of that Ravens offense, and I think marquees Brown like based on what we saw is the type of guy that could finish as a wide receiver one this year.
And you drafted him in the thirties and first round Talent like, uh, Hardball came out in the off season, was talking about the next step for this offense is throwing the ball deep and like breaking things over the top.
And I was really just encouraged with what I saw in Week one from him, and I would be starting him every week And one guy, I'll say right off the bat, that stuff to me at the quarterback position is Cam Newton.
I think he probably impressed a lot of people with how he came back.
You know, just all the entries that he's been going through.
Andi came out, he played his game on.
Yeah, I know against Miami that defense went through a lot of transitions in the off season, but he's a guy that I'm gonna be looking a zey regular fantasy starting quarterback.
I guess, if you will, even in 10 12 team leagues here, going forward just because of that added rushing ability and the other guy, I'll mention, I think, is John Brown.
You know, like a lot of hype around Stefon Diggs coming over in the trade in the off season to the, uh to the Buffalo Bills.
And this was against my Jets, so I didn't love it.
But John Brown, with 19 fantasy points in PPR, we know there's a familiarity there between him and Josh Allen on.
He's gonna be that quick speedster guy who's still gonna be able to get it done over the middle of the field.
He outscored digs by almost three fantasy points yesterday, so both had solid days.
But John Brown's a guy who, if he's not rostered, you definitely want him on your roster because there's going to be a a role there, I think, going forward again in terms of the familiarity and digs, perhaps drawing attention away from him now that Buffalo has that Ellie receiver on the outside who can attract the opposing team's top corner.
John Brown is a viable flex or even make me a wide receiver.
Play dependent wide receiver.
Play Excuse me, depending on the week here, depending on matchups, but I like John Brown a lot.
Another guy I'll throw out there at the quarterback position is Gardner Minshew, who I would say was clinical against the Colts.
Like 19 for 23 touchdown passes, no interceptions like just his command of the offense.
And last season he had to go into the year like being thrust into the role is the starter.
And he got a whole off season being the guy this year, and he's somebody that just watching last year on tape, I just like I loved them.
Like if you compare him to collar Mary.
Last year, he had more wins than Murray did.
Despite only playing in 12 games, Mary got the whole season.
He had the fifth most rushing yards at the quarterback position again, despite playing in 12 games.
And he's somebody that I just I'm really high on this year and to wash them, come out in Week one against the upset and get the upset against the Colts, who are eight point favorites like he's somebody that I would just be riding going into Week two.
And there's a quarterback streamer article I'm working on, and he's definitely gonna be on there.
Yeah, I feel like he's gonna be picked up as a backup or potential starter by a lot of people this week because he's a truly a guy who is playing for his life playing for his career.
Um, he probably he didn't get the looks that he probably felt he deserved.
At first, he came in, shocked everybody about how with how good he was and how entertaining was last year.
But now, this year, he's in a situation where, without saying it without being too obvious, even though it kind of was obvious, this team is trying to lose.
They're trying to get a very high draft pick, and they're trying to draft his replacement.
I hope that we don't see, you know.
I think he's already established that he is better than Josh Rosen or did better with opportunity.
He was given an Josh Rosen, but I would hate to see him become like a Rosen or a Tyrod Taylor, where he's always just there for a year or two until that replacement guy comes.
I think he can offer more than that.
I don't know if that's gonna happen in Jacksonville or not, but he's a guy who's gonna bring it every single week and put his best out there because he's truly playing for He's playing for a contract in the future and he's playing for his job right now, both because I'm sure that guy, I'm sure he doesn't make too much money.
He was a very late draft pick.
Uh, wasn't it so six around six around? Yes.
So that guys not playing he doesn't have much guaranteed money to talk about to show off at all.
So, um, he's got motivation each and every week.
He's making the best out of that situation down in Jacksonville.
I like Minshew as well, going back to what you said, Henry, I love John Brown.
I was big on this week.
I had him in every single one of my D EFS lineups.
I think, um, where is a lot of people said Stefon Diggs is gonna be the number one target.
He's gonna take targets away.
It's gonna be I kind of thought it's a better situation like you, said Stefon Diggs takes the top guys attention.
And now John Brown becomes a guy who he had over 1000 yards last year, a boatload of touchdowns for that Brown steam.
He was good in that offense.
Josh Allen has cameras through with him.
I don't see how he's going, how he's hurt that much.
By Stefon Diggs presence there.
Obviously, we saw in Week one.
They both can get theirs, and both have good fantasy number.
So I like John Brown moving forward even as Mawr mawr than a flex plate, one other one other name or a set of names that I'll throw out there.
So I mentioned them early on in the stream already.
Um, I think both state Brown and Alan Lizard have riel week to week value, especially if the Packers offense is gonna look anything like they looked in week one.
Um, I they put up numbers.
They put up touchdowns again.
Maybe you're looking more at a Flex play.
You probably aren't gonna wanna start both of them, that's for sure.
But I think either one of them, if not both of them are going to be able to produce on a week to week basis.
I also like Jamal Williams.
If you're in a short spot with your running backs or you're looking for somebody to pick up, he's probably available.
I don't know Zack.
Maybe if you could look, I could probably do it, too.
But I'm sure he's available in a decent amount of leagues.
I like Williams a lot.
2 points, but for a backup running back behind the guys as much of a studies.
I think Williams has value there, too, especially in PPR formats.
And that's gotta be the That's gotta be the stat of the week, right for fantasy.
Davante Adams Marquez, Father's Scanning and Alan Hazard All top 14 in PPR, scoring at the wide receiver position.
All top 14 uh, all three in the top 14. I'm sorry.
So that is that.
That's pretty crazy, and I doubt we're going to see that good of production going forward on everybody's gonna have a bunch of new defensive backs like the Vikings did, but definitely interesting to see how these two young guys continue to step up behind the Bonta.
Adams. You know, there's been a lot of criticism.
I think of them here in recent years.
Not, uh, no one really being that second receiving option.
The reliable target for Aaron Rodgers.
So maybe this is the year that he gets not one, but two.
Yeah, and I keep saying ST Brown, that's my mistake.
I mean, mvs um all these long name, uh, last names on the Packers receiving corps got me mixed up.
Um, Williams is available in 88.
So again, maybe he's a guy going back.
Thio What we said about Carry on Johnson.
If you don't want to hold on to him, Maybe Williams is a good replacement.
If you're in a deep league and you did have Marlon Mack, you don't have Heinz or any of his backups.
You could pick up Williams.
He's not a guy that's gonna go out there and get you 12 to 15 fantasy points every single week, Bones.
But if he if something does, even in a short amount of time over a couple of weeks spanned, Williams is going to have a big role in this Packers offense.
Quintas Cephus Monster Sleeper against Green Bay this week.
If Golladay is still out.
Zach Lots of targets last week.
Quintas Cephas, of course, has good hands as well.
Um, good route runner Saw that throughout the course of his college career.
Obviously, Stafford trust him.
What do you guys think of surface? I'm kind of just in on the lines offense.
From a fantasy perspective.
They were really good last year before Stafford got hurt.
And if Golladay really is out, I think that wide receiver to position really does have value.
Yeah, I would receive.
This is an incredible talent.
He's going to be that guy that Detroit wants toe make the do Kenny Golladay if he does have to miss any significant amount of time here.
So that's definitely a good call for sure.
So there we go through it, a bunch of names for you, of maybe a few under the radar guys who deserve a week to look.
And that kind of wraps up everything I wanted to talk about.
As Faras Week one B.
Besides these Monday night games again, get your questions in.
If you have any questions or comments here before the end of the stream.
So let's move on to the Monday night Games here.
Um, I know you mentioned Tanner that you've got a couple things riding on the games tonight.
Who do you think pops off tonight? If you gotta pick one? I know one of the game's already started, but without looking at the numbers right now, let's just say if you gotta pick one person between these two games, who do you think might have the best chance to pop off? I'm gonna go.
And I know the Broncos defense was really solid last year and the run defense was really good.
But I'm not gonna say that Derrick Henry goes out and balls out tonight.
I mean, with loss of Von Miller.
I mean, I don't think you can really like I mean, that's just that's so huge and it's gonna open up the middle of the field, and I think Derrick Henry is gonna come out in Week one and make a statement.
What? We're already almost getting close.
The halftime here.
I think in the first game, I don't know that it's happened yet.
I've been doing this.
Not really pay attention, but Deontay Johnson was the guy that I was looking at for the Steelers offense.
Toe kind of makes him Hey, tonight, I think against this shaky die in secondary they signed Logan Ryan here earlier this week right before the season started.
How much he's gonna be out there tonight? E guess we'll find out.
But juju Smith Schuster being that number one option and kind of work in the inside of the field, like Johnson, get some stuff done on the outside.
And it's funny you mentioned him because in one of my leagues I was trying to draft twice.
It was actually I was drafting in two different leagues because I joined I auto drafted one.
Pick this in between six leagues.
I only autographed of one pick.
It was Deontay Johnson.
I was upset at the time because I didn't have any eyes on him.
I didn't want him at all, but I was like, whatever, I'm gonna give him a shot.
So anyway, I was just looking at stuff as we were talking about five minutes ago, and I was like, Oh, yeah, Johnson minus two points on the night so, uh, has not Has not gone.
I just pulled up.
He has no catches.
So that's not good.
No, Like I just got the touchdown.
Yeah, he has one drop.
It looks like on the night that's about for Johnson.
But again, Week one early on, then just got back with this offense.
Obviously, there's there's a lot of potential moving forward.
I'm gonna hang on to him.
Just not a great first half for Deontay Johnson.
I think my pick probably would be, um, Derrick Henry as well.
I think either one of or both of the Broncos running backs have a chance at success.
I know people don't like Melvin Gordon quite as much.
Tonight is Phillip Lindsay.
Which is why I am asking you for our final question.
Probably here, Who has the better night, Phillip, Lindsay or Melvin Gordon, who has the majority of the carries.
And do you think whatever happens this week is going to heavily affect how the Browns approach these two in coming weeks? Are they just gonna take it, You know, week by week, and see what happens.
I'm gonna go ahead and, uh, not the Browns.
I'm gonna follow the money, and I know that Philip Lindsay's Phillip Lindsay even giving like better reviews at a camp.
But I'm gonna say that Melvin Gordon gets more touches and I think he's gonna be the goal line back in that offense.
And I think it's more likely that he comes down with the touchdown than Lindsay on a given week.
I'm really curious to see how this one plays out.
To be honest, you know all the hypes around Melvin Gordon.
I know they signed him and really, for what he was, I think, speaking in free agency, it was a relatively cheap deal, considering he held out everything last year with the Chargers.
Lindsay is too good to just throw on the back burner like he's small.
Yeah, he's, you know, drafted late.
Was he drafted? I can't remember for sure, but he wasn't, you know, kind of took the league by fire.
Um, but he has produced in each of his first two seasons.
E don't know how you can just cut him out of your game plan altogether, especially this offense where they're gonna want to run the football.
That's what they were good at last year.
the offensive line was stellar in run blocking.
Not so great in pass protection.
We'll see how that adjust here this year.
Drew lock in his second year.
So he's gonna be getting more familiar.
And they've got some shiny new receivers out there for him to target as well.
And a lot of people expecting no a fan to take a step forward.
But for me, this is still gonna be around first offense.
And I think both should be seeing some considerable workload.
Here s so we'll see how it plays out.
Phillip Lindsay, Indeed.
Undrafted out of Colorado.
So he's made a name for himself.
Obviously proved that he can run with the best of them.
Especially not being, you know, a huge guy, but not not like a little scatback out there either.
He'll run through, guys run over, Guys.
It's fun watching him run.
I think both of the o to complement each other.
All right, guys, I got one more question for you before J g You could take away with however you want to wrap this up, but so this charges backfield. Okay.
Meckler was, I believe, drafted as a top 10 back in PPR formats roughly around their assed faras ADP goes and outscored yesterday by rookie Joshua Kelly in this first game in PPR scoring, I double check to make sure it wasn't standard I was looking at. It was p.
R Kelly 12 points even and a clear 9.7.
So how do you guys see this playing out? I know the charges did not look very good yesterday, but it's a new quarterback, and we saw that he behinds become, at least for me, the new Austin nuclear in Indianapolis.
So, uh, is this kind of gonna follow by the wayside here for ec lor not your prototypical between the tackles Russia, I guess at least for me, I don't think he falls by the wayside because I think the I think the touches there gonna be there for him.
You know, this is 11 week from a rookie who came out, had a really nice performance.
Um, but you know, that Heckler could give it to you on week to week basis.
We're gonna have to see that out of Kelly, but I do want to pat myself on the back a little bit because when Zack and I were putting together DFS lineups, I said, There's always something.
There's something that draws me into a guy without a profile picture and both Zac Moss and, uh, Kelly both Neither of them have a picture on draftkings there, just that blank gray profile as they keep an eye on those guys.
Those air minimally value guys out there to make a name for themselves.
I'm always drawn to a guy without a profile.
Picture both of them one out.
Uh, I believe Kelly found the end zone as well, right? Moss did.
For sure they each had nice games.
And again, When you are outperforming as a rookie in Week One and your outperforming a highly touted, highly drafted RB one in front of you, those air great signs for me, I like I looked the talent of EC ler, and the only reason I thought it was going to go wrong this season was if the charges offense was bad because they lose Rivers and it was definitely concerning toe.
Watch them in that game, especially against what's not even that strong of a Bengals defense.
And I'm just concerned that the overall offense is gonna be bad and that's gonna impact ECHL ER, but I still think he's gonna get a lot of volume and he's too good, not toe pop off every now and then What? I'm not ready to abandon Meckler, I think just yet.
I was just curious to get your guys takes on it.
But I do see Kelly, you know, kind of carving out a nice role here in this offense, and he's got plenty of talent coming first. Ricky here, too.
Justin Jackson's guy, I guess I've just been waiting for the past few seasons for him to kind of get it together with Malcolm Gordon.
Hold down such and injuries combination of things with him.
It's just not working out.
So, you know, you win some, you lose some here, I guess, in this industry.
But Zach chimed in for those of you watching, the Livestream chimed in, uh, in the chad that Claire had 68% of the snaps yesterday, compared to 15% for Jackson on then Kelly with 24%.
So bit of a discrepancy there, and for me, you can't overreact here and look, Thio sell a clerk for below market value.
Just off with this one game, the Chargers.
It was kind of a lackluster, I think performance all around for them.
I know from a betting standpoint, I was assuming that they would much more comfortably handle their business there.
So But we'll see here as things roll ahead.
Yeah, I pushed on my Chargers bet.
And I have never been so happy for a push in my life because wise and all my survivor leagues as well my survivor pools and I was like, I cannot be eliminated Week one.
I don't know what I'm gonna do if I'm eliminated Week one.
So I was sweating it out like a true gambler and man.
When a bullet missed that field goal.
I was just I stood up.
I did one of those classic celebrations where I just couldn't believe it.
I was like, he missed a 31 yard and, you know, it's just good old.
I love football.
I love football. Being back.
I love feeling like this. It's great.
I have felt like this in a long time.
I'm just gonna say that this has been a rough year.
So this football coming back quite the distraction, and I am all for fans in the stands or not.
I think you can still put together a great day Sunday at home, just watching the games with family or friends or going somewhere out to a bar or whatever, so definitely great to have this game back after that Thursday game, I was like, Dang, that's it like this all I get.
But it was definitely nice people to sit down and watch Football Day Yesterday, I felt that same way.
I just I was so anxious.
I was like, We only get one game and we gotta wait till Sunday.
Like just hurry up and get here.
And then I had to figure out what I was gonna do for Red Zone, because Sling TV doesn't have red zone anymore.
And everything that does have Red Zone is like 75 bucks a month.
So I'm gonna have to figure out what I'm doing in the upcoming weeks here.
But mm, let's see.
There's one other thing I wanted to kind of cover, which was, oh, going back Thio, who I think might go off tonight, Um, court and so and this is perfect.
Alright, it's excess.
Courtland Sutton unlikely to play tonight, which that was the rumor, anyway, that he was, he was banged up.
I think, Jerry, Judy, come out and have a nice performance, even if it's not, you know, groundbreaking.
I want him to have a good performance because there's so many young wide receivers from this draft class that we just haven't had a chance to see CD Land made a few nice catches, but Henry rugs the third got a little bit a little banged up.
Brandon, I you is.
I got a little banged up.
There's one other guy just had on the top of my head to that I am forgetting right now, but we didn't end up seeing him play, either.
I think Jerry Judy comes out has obviously the best night, probably of all these rookie rookie receivers, and I think without someone to he's gonna get more looks more opportunity.
What do you guys think of Jerry? Judy? I picked him in almost every single one of my league because he has.
I think he has such a high ceiling.
What do you think we see out of him tonight.
Specifically, I think it might be rough sledding for the for the Broncos offense tonight.
I especially with no sudden, which I think would open up things for Judy.
But as the University of Alabama student, I would love to see Judy going Just Yeah, what he does with that Tee Higgins, By the way, the other guy, I was thinking of that.
We didn't really see all too much of through this first week, but, um, Joe Burrow did look phenomenal.
By the way, I wanted to throw that out there.
He looked phenomenal on that last drive.
I was screaming at the Chargers defense, like, What are you doing? This is this guy.
This is this guy's first NFL game.
He has zero touchdowns.
Hardly any time on the clock he started are zero timeouts.
Excuse me? Has are there any time on the clock? Started his own 18 and they just let him completely tear him up all the way down to the opposing, like, six yards. 20.
Whatever yard line it was, um, as an impressive Dr put together, thereby borough.
But to your point, I think you're right.
I think Judy might have had a better look, a better opportunity to get some good looks tonight because he's gonna have the number of the top coverage on and most likely with Sutton being out.
But I just want to see something out of one of these young rookie receivers here in Week one.