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Um, DFS with you today Did pretty well for week One basically broke even.
But I'll go down all my hits and misses of week.
One way we can get started on Week two.
We got quarterbacks.
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So very excited to talk to you ffs specifically, we're gonna talk quarterbacks today.
That's gonna be a lot of fun.
So let's kind of go over what? Our hits and misses Where if you were with me at all last week, I really appreciate you guys, uh, you know, hanging out with me as I'm getting to learn everything and, you know, really get my hand on d efs and, you know, putting out content.
So, you know, last week I'm and even for regular, you know, month or season long fantasy I'm all in on Josh Allen.
Josh, How's my guy? I love the start of the season.
You want to start hot? Josh Allen.
I have talked and talked and talked about is taking that year three leap because we've seen it from guys like Shawn Watson, Jared Goff that I've mentioned out, you know, he goes from 50 to completion percentage to 58 goes up in touchdown percentages.
Drops his, uh, interceptions.
Goes up in yards per game, I said.
You know, the writing's on the wall and all they did was at Stefon Diggs.
So Josh Allen was one of my major hits.
He had 33.18 points.
You had to passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, 312 yards passing, 57 on the ground.
He lost two fumbles, which that's just Josh Allen, right? You you ride the roller coaster, the highs or highs and lows or lows.
But despite the two fumbles and the too bad, you know he had clear, wide open touchdowns in the end zone that he missed.
So there was definitely an opportunity to have a more of a boom game than he did.
But 33 points, you are happy with that.
Another guy that I was all in for the quarterbacks.
Russell Wilson gets Atlanta.
78 points for passing touchdowns, 322 passing yards, 29 rushing yards.
What you're gonna see a lot of on the guys that I really like is going to be the rushing floor that these guys produce, and we're gonna talk more about quarterbacks today, and two of the four that I've picked out have those rushing floors that you're gonna want for your fantasy quarterbacks.
Cam Newton against Miami, Another guy was pushing for 25.
7 fantasy points, two rushing touchdowns, only 100 55 passing yards but 75 rushing yards on the ground.
So, again, another guy that you know, the rushing upside.
You know, that's been on what you're looking for here.
Toe help break that married.
And he was priced at a really good price.
Who's in my holster, man? Running backs that I hit on for Week one.
Josh Jacobson's Carolina.
I'm not gonna go too far into that.
You know, we all knew what he was going to do.
Carolina was a week matchup.
Hopefully, you know, we'll see.
But Ronald Jones could be very sneaky and DFS this week, not in the time.
Maybe like 10 to 15% of lineups.
I wouldn't mind putting Ronald Jones in there against Carolina.
Another guy like Chris Carson against Atlanta, 24.
6 points he did really well.
Did his damage through the air.
Six receptions, 45 receiving yards to receiving touchdowns.
He was fantastic through the air.
A guy that we pivoted to a lot late DFS.
And hopefully you were able to get on there.
1 points, actually ended up more than Chris Carson did.
56 rushing yards, but the 95 receiving yards on four catches and he had that long touchdown.
I'm pretty early in the game, so, you know, that's hopefully you were, you know, listening in two thes people talking.
And I was talking about it on, you know, Saturday night when we went over where he most over the guy was like, especially with Tevin Coleman likely toe take a back seat.
Wide receivers that I like for week one that we hit on Hollywood.
Brown versus Cleveland.
I just think we're gonna Seymour consistency for him.
100 receiving yards on five catches, 18.
If you ever just gets in the end zone, which you know with the White Lamar throws the ball, Um, it's gonna be the boom or bust game, but You know, Mark Andrew seems to be the guy in Hollywood. Brown.
I just think it's going to see, you know, 28% plus Target share this year, so he's gonna have the opportunity to win you some weeks.
Metcalf versus Atlanta 19.
5 points, 95 receiving yards, four catches and a touchdown had at least one drop that I saw.
That's like, Yeah, he can do that again.
It's kind of like Josh Allen.
He ride the waves of D.
Metcalf is gonna have some lows.
That's 10 for 10 or 15%.
Not a ton of your lineups.
Don't rely on D K too much, but those highs I think they're still yet to come.
And then Adam feeling Adam people was a guy I wish I had talked about Maura.
I had him in a ton of lineups, Um, but he put up 34 points 100 receiving yards on six catches, two touchdowns in a two point conversion.
We didn't see anything from Justin Jefferson on BBC Johnson.
So, Adam, the England is the one and the two and the three in this offense, and I just think that's gonna you're gonna see more of that, definitely this year.
And then, lastly, tight ends that we hit on Hawkinson versus Chicago, 56 receiving yards, five catches and a touchdown.
It's kind of worrisome that that's all he was able to do with Kenny Holiday out.
But, hey, it's week one.
You take what you can get And then I missed on a lot of those other tight ends and we're about to go over my misses a week.
One. You know, you gotta stay water.
You know, I'm not gonna sit here and brag about the things that I get right.
You've got to make sure that, you know, tell people what you got wrong and that's how we learn.
You know, we'll go through all of this together.
So, my missus on Quarterbacks Week One, which everyone probably missed on his Carson Wentz against Washington.
Man, that was bad.
Starting first half, he had hit all his points were in the first half and he just dropped off that Washington defense really got into him.
Two interceptions and a fumble.
Another guy missed on Tyrod Taylor.
I thought he would you know, 200 passing yards.
Retire all Taylor.
I was hoping, you know, especially with Mike Williams coming in at the last second.
I was confident keeping him in.
Uh, and we saw it.
He p if you watched any of the Chargers game, you know, he he had some long passes down the sideline to Mike Williams.
I think they, Mike Williams, could be sneaky every now and then with Tyrell Taylan.
But the seven rushing yards I mean, come on, man, like you bank on him to get 30.
That's what he averaged when he was a starter.
Three years in Buffalo and he got you seven.
It's only nine points. Very disappointing.
So running backs that I missed on, I'm gonna go ahead and count.
Erin Jones is a miss because they only had 17.
But yet, you know, 10 10 targets.
I mean, you're 10.
10 receiving yards, but we had six targets, caught four of them, so I mean, he he had the opportunity to make some plays, but he only had 10 yards on the four catches.
So I'm gonna fire up Erin Jones again this week.
I can already tell you that against Detroit.
Who? You know, Monty was hurt.
Treat Cohen did fine.
I think the Bears offense just wasn't that good.
They've got Tora, Erin Jones or Aaron Rodgers is gonna be a pretty strong play this week, but we've seen him throw it Terry Jones last year.
That's why he had so many touchdowns and was the running back to overall in fantasy.
So I like Erin Jones a lot, but he only got you 17.
6 points but 66 rushing yards and a touchdown.
He was on the field a lot.
That's very good to see.
Um, another guy, a lot of us pivoted to including myself, is Boston Scott.
I just had him in a lot of Dynasty.
Liza's well, I was really confident in his play.
I think he would have been okay.
You know, he could have snuck in a little bit because they were falling behind pretty late.
Carson Wentz couldn't do anything, but he got injured pretty early.
I think in the second quarter eso he only ended up a 7.
4 points, but he had 19 receiving.
Those are two receptions and that was pretty early in the game all first quarter.
So if for some reason Miles Sanders is out again, I wouldn't be against, you know, firing a Boston Scott for one more week because he's probably gonna be pretty low on the pricing and then wide receivers.
I'll go through wide receivers real quick, and then we'll start talking about quarterbacks for a week to Chris Godwin, 700 receiving yards on six catches. I just think a touchdown.
And, you know, everyone's pretty happy about that.
Um, definitely not to blow up, especially because Mike Evans did absolutely nothing.
Marvin Jones Onley 9.
That is very disappointing because Kenny Golladay was not there.
Bears defense was pretty good, but you know, they still threw the ball a lot.
And for Marmon Jones, who, when him and Kenny Golladay or on the field with Matthew Stafford, when he's healthy, they paste pretty similar.
I think the staff that I pulled last week that Kenny Golladay was the wide receiver 11 Marvin Jones was the wide receiver 14 last year with Matthew Stafford on the field and so from Marvin Jones only toe have 55 receiving yards and four catches is very disappointing, you know? But he's a guy that you can probably throw into a couple of your lineups this year.
He could probably get you some big place.
And then I talk about the tight ends that I missed.
Jack Doyle and Chris Herndon.
Um, you know, I think Jack Doyle can still see some opportunities.
Um, well, I just got some breaking news here on the sleeper app.
Sorry to pivot from that.
But Michael Thomas high ankle injury is worse than originally believed, and he is now expected to miss several weeks.
Um, that's coming from Ian Rapoport.
Man, that's pretty crazy that Michael Thomas is gonna miss a lot of time.
And then, man, just a lot of news here, too.
And Mohammed's the news signing with the 40 Niners.
I think that just says, Well, how bad, Debo Samuels Injury is a swell.
That's that's really bad for Michael Thomas.
Um, I was throwing track Juan Smith into some of my lineups.
Last week is like a big, you know, boom play.
But I think this is better for Jared Cook and for Emmanuel Sanders, especially Emmanuel Sanders.
I think just kind of slide in to that Michael Thomas PPR role.
But we will see if you know, waivers go through tonight.
Your fanny sleeves. Emmanuel Sanders.
You know, he's not rostered.
For whatever reason, he definitely should be now, so yeah.
So last week, we put in on the FSS week 1 to $5 million maker.
I put in 24 lineups $120.
I cashed out with exactly $120.
So we broke even had 13 in my 24 cash anywhere from 8 to $12.
Eso I had a lot of, you know, decent lineups.
Hopefully, if you talk with me, we're able to put some lineups together.
Hopefully, one of you were able to cash in a little better than I did.
But you break even.
You keep your bankroll, you know, going on to the next week and hope that you can win a big one to help you know, supply the season and win some money in your pocket.
All right, now, let's talk week to what? You're really here for.
Week two DFS quarterback place.
I picked my top four and the women start doing these is you know, we'll talk more on Saturday with my man Jeff from gridiron ratings.
And what kind of you know our plays from when we're doing our lineup builds into how much money we like putting in the prices of these quarterbacks.
But I'm gonna go with my top four lakhs.
Like these players, top four per position that I'm bringing up are the guys that I want almost improbably, you know, per per person 15% my lineup.
So if I'm putting in, you know, 20 lineups, these four quarterbacks are probably going to be in about, you know, 14 to 16 of them.
So, Josh Allen again, I'm just I'm a big believer in Josh Allen.
I'm riding this train. They're playing Miami.
Uh, he's quarterback five pricing.
So the pricing is a little high, but it's on Lee at 6700.
So it's it's not terrible.
Last week, you know Russell Wilson was a quarterback to 7100.
So it's it's about right.
It's a pretty low over under 41 over under.
You don't usually wanna play for those low over unders.
You want to go to the guys that are in the 46 to 50 range.
But I just think what Josh Allen's floor and what the ceiling we saw is pretty crazy.
So last week, Miami played the Patriots Cam Newton's back right, 15 carries for 75 yards and two touchdowns.
Josh Allen this past week, 14 carries, 57 yards and a touchdown, so they rush about the same.
But Cam Newton's is more designed run while Josh Allen is.
There's so there's some designed run, but he's more of like a, you know, drop back.
Okay, I decided I'm going to run the ball, and that's where he kind of makes this place.
So I think we could see a similar stat line we've already seen.
Miami can't guard the quarterback.
They're gonna have to figure it out this week.
But it's really good for those of you that are committed because John shot on through the ball lots, like 46 times he was.
He completed 72% of his passes throwing the ball 46 times, so that is a strong improvement.
Do I think that's gonna sustain? No, they play some better.
Defense is in the middle of the season that I think are gonna level that out, But it's really good to see right, like you want quarterbacks that naturally progress.
The Bills running backs averaged 3.
2 yards per carry between Zach Moss and Devin Singletary.
Then this is where if the running games not going, they're gonna have to throw.
And there is a very good chance you see 14 carries, 2 46 passes.
So basically for every four passes he's having one Russia, Tim, that that is really good.
So actually, every three passes Sorry, bad math there.
Every three passes that he's throwing off, it's a rush attempts.
So you see that Josh Allen can provide that rushing floor.
You know, he can be inaccurate at times, but we've seen the 72 completion percentage, so we know that, he said. He's playing a bad defense.
He's going to have the opportunity to complete, you know, north of 65% which is really what you need from a quarterback.
Especially if you're gonna be baking on his passing touchdowns, you know, and you look at the playmakers.
Stefon Diggs, 10.
8 yards per reception.
7 years perception and then Cole Beasley because thes defense's air having to focus on the speedsters and then on the outside Cole Beasley averaged 14.
5 yards per reception.
So big play guys, even for a guy like Cole Beasley, who is more of like a, you know, slot secure over the middle guy.
He's still getting down the field on the Bills.
Controlled the whole game against the Jets the entire time so that that is really good, that even if they're winning, they still threw the ball 46 times.
They're still putting the ball on Josh Allen's hand.
So even if they come out on fire, you don't have to worry about that negative game script going against Josh Allen, where there's gonna hand the ball off because we saw last week that they couldn't do it.
Alright, my number two theoretical lock for quarterbacks is Jared Goff. Against Philadelphia.
He's priced at 5800 as the quarterback 17 so he's about 900 less than the previous mentioned, uh, Jared Jared.
Josh Allen, the over under for this game is 46 I think we can see the over if you watched the Dallas and Rams game Jared Goff. Actually, pretty good.
You had one interception that shouldn't count it.
Defense came in, hit him in the helmet.
You know, he's flying back as he was throwing.
Should've been a penalty. Shouldn't account it.
Jared Golf looked good.
The offense was tapered perfectly.
Toe how it should be.
They run the ball really well.
They 23 step drop backs.
Balls coming out.
They're not doing this high flying offensive two years ago, but Jared Goff still managed 275 passing yards, and they were trying to control the game.
The second half they were slowing it down because they were just handing it to Malcolm Brown.
Que makers was inefficient, but Malcolm Brown still look pretty good.
The thing I like the most is he still managed to do decent enough for, But he had 12.
8 points, right, which like Oh, that's not good, especially for DFS.
But Malcolm Brown had two carries inside the two yard line for touchdowns.
Those could easily or half and half.
That means they're getting down to the red zone.
They're getting red zone opportunities.
Robert Woods should have had a touchdown pretty early in that game.
I think he ended up on the two yard line of Malcolm Brown, eventually punched it in.
You know, Cooper Cup.
Van Jefferson showed out a little bit with some, you know, big plays the same for Josh Reynolds.
And then you have Tyler Higbee it tight end who you know last year was, you know, the big, you know, end of the season.
On 100 yard games in five consecutive games.
He's still look decent.
I just didn't think they needed to run the ball or throw the ball as much because they were running so well and they weren't trying to get a shootout with Dallas, who has all these playmakers.
But, you know, I could see it against Billy, where you know, if they can somehow contain Aaron, Donald and brokers and cannot contain that pass rush, I think they're gonna be better.
And if the Eagles air better, the Rams, they're gonna have to keep up.
And I just think there was a ton of opportunity for him because he's still completed 65% of his passes.
So I just think you take the chance, especially a quarterback, 17.
You're kind of saving that money to Price in that those running backs and wide receivers this game could easily in the shootout, and I wouldn't be surprised.
Oh, and one of the things that I wanted to mention on Jared Goff before I went on the Philadelphia Eagles on Lee had three sacks on, uh, Dwayne Haskins, and they didn't pick him off.
So there's no real threat to Jared Goff, you know, turning the ball over and they shut down with the Redskins.
Antonio Gibson was fine.
8 yards per carry, but it was on nine carries, you know, So 36 yards is what you're really looking at.
They shut everything down and the whole deep or that whole backfield at Washington average 2.
2 yards per carry so they somehow can manage to shut down Malcolm Brown, which is what the game film is gonna suggest.
You know, I think Jared Goff could have a big day.
Another guy like a lot is Kyler Murray against Washington.
He's pricing at 6100 is the quarterback 11 which is kind of surprising to me, you know, I thought that he did a little better then I guess he did, because, you know, he had that 100 hit the hunting rushing yards, then took the quarterback meals, Which I guess you're going to start thinking about when you're playing Kyler Murray.
But he had the quarterback meals where he ended up with 91 rushing yards.
We missed out on the bonus, but he played really well.
40 past attempts.
Hawkins was the big story.
If you had Hawkinson fantasy, especially in PPR, least he looked fantastic.
Um, they've improved their offensive line.
It looks pretty good.
They only allowed two sacks against the 40 Niners who have a ferocious defense.
You know, the 40 Niners, we understand that.
They're they're a top tier defense and only two sacks.
That's really good.
They get the ball out quick.
You know, they they spread those wide receivers out.
I think they're top three wide receivers played like all of them played over at least 24% of snaps.
So you're getting that exposure to allow those pass rushers to come upto let him run and he and he ran.
I mean, he had 13 Russia tips for 91 yards and it should have been, you know, 11 for Ah, 100 but ah, 100 rush attempts, that is, that is fantastic.
And the rushing touchdown, which is exactly, you know, the kind of opportunity upside that he provides for you.
You know, I'm pulling up its down the past week, and I think the craziest thing is he does all this and it's high passing volume.
You know, 40 pass attempts is pretty.
Is you know, he's gonna be up in there and you saw the same thing last year.
They just throw the ball like you're not gonna get the big yards, but it's the rushing yards that you need.
And so I looked at his stats from last year to see, you know, what kind of floor can we, you know, get from Kyler Murray? Nine games last year, he had over five rushing attempts, So over half of his games he had at least five rush attempts and in those games where he had at least five rush attempts, seven of those he had 30 plus yards.
So there's there's a world where every single week he's at least getting you 30 yards on the ground and we've seen the ceiling right.
It's 100 Russian guards.
We just saw him do it against the 40 Niners defense.
That is fantastic.
I understand the pass rush.
I would still pick the 40 Niners pass rush and defense over Washington.
I just think the Eagles were decimated with injuries.
They lost two offensive linemen, had moved Jason Peters after left tackle, and he was just getting manhandled and Onley one passing touchdown on 40 attempts.
So you know there is some, you know.
He had a really low touchdown passing percentage last year.
I think it was like 3.
2% or something.
Believe averages like around five.
So he I think he's always going to be underneath.
But there's always that opportunity for progression, especially when Christian Kirk, you know, coming into his own.
You added DeAndre Hopkins.
Edmunds had the receiving touchdown of that.
I just think there's opportunity for Kyler still have these blow up games, and against Washington, you know he could he could run all over.
You could have the ball a lot more than we anticipating if their defense steps up and forcing some turnovers out of Washington.
Talking a lot, Thanks My mouth dry, all right.
And my last quarterback that I'm putting into my lineups four Week two is Matt Ryan against Dallas.
He's priced at 6600, a little higher quarterback.
It Z over under and and really, I wanted to put back in there, but I had to choose between you know, Doc and Matt Ryan and I just think that the Falcons defense can be beaten a lot on the ground and we saw them try to feed Z.
You know, they want seek to be a focus on their offense.
So I'm going with Matt Ryan.
Get 54 past attempts last week against Seattle Onley two touchdowns, and this is kind of what you get from Matt Ryan.
But last year he had four games of at least three or more passing touchdowns.
One game of four passing touchdowns.
Um, and in every one of those games he had at least 300 passing yards.
You're going to get the yardage from Matt Ryan.
It's really the touchdowns.
Todd Gurley was fine.
The wide receivers were phenomenal.
Every wide receiver had at least 12 targets, nine receptions in 114 yards.
You saw Calvin really get two touchdowns, so you're getting the yards.
It's the touchdowns that you that you really need to break your way and against Dallas, you know, like I said, we just talked about Jared golf.
I thought, Jared golf look fantastic.
I think he's gonna have another good week this week and get those touchdowns.
So if Jared Golf can do it, I don't see why.
Matt Ryan, who is probably going to throw another 10 passes that Tim passes, that he can't get a couple more of those to get into the you know, the red zone and get a touchdown.
Especially when you look at some of the stats from last week.
They were owned four on fourth down, so those were just opportunities where the ****ytics show that if you go for it on fourth down, you just you have a higher percentage of getting your fourth down conversions.
Then you would normally think you would like the reward outweighs the risk, but they were over four.
They lost a fumble.
They kicked two field goals in this game, but the biggest staff that I like the most is they got their first downs passing.
They had 23 passing first downs versus four rushing first downs.
And while I, you know, wish Todd Gurley would just, you know, come out this week and blow it up for 150 total yards and two touchdowns and prove that he's still the man.
I just think we need to be realistic and I think they were to, you know, and they're going to be in a negative game.
I really believe that their defense is just is just nothing, and all these teams are gonna be able to run and throw on them.
If they had a real defense, I believe the Falcons could be Super Bowl contenders, but at this point, I just think they're going to be playing a lot of catch up.
And, of course, for DFS and fantasy, that's that's really good.
Kyler Murray, Matt Ryan, Josh Allen, Jared Goff, My four favorite.
You know, quarterbacks for this week, I'll kind of go over a couple more just while I'm here.
I have a couple more minutes to burn that we could talk about the events.
I could talk about fantasy for hours.
I appreciate you guys, you know, sticking around with me.
Uh, you know, my second week trying out this podcasting thing, and I'm really enjoying it, really feel like I'm getting the hang of it.
So thank you guys.
Uh, Aaron Rodgers and my man, Jeff.
I was talkto, you know, about quarterbacks that I like this week.
And he's like, I really like Aaron Rodgers.
And I like Aaron Rodgers, too.
But I think we also saw it last year.
Like Aaron Rodgers has done this where he has big blow up games and then he kind of, you know, just filters in and goes away.
I talked about why I like Erin Jones so much, you know, he had the four catches, but only for 10 yards.
You know, he had the 66 rushing yards, so I'm kind of in that quarterback to a 69 100.
I'm kind of fading where I think the production that you could possibly get, you know, from Aaron Rodgers.
Who Tora Detroit or from your ***** Travesty tour of Detroit now Aaron Rodgers playing.
I just think that's going to be the trap, and that could be a hot take.
You know, this is just what I'm firmly believing.
I think he's gonna be fine, but I think that the price you're getting you could get the same for Matt Ryan at 300 cheaper.
You could get the same even from you know, the guy across from him. Matthew Stafford.
You could get that cheaper.
And especially when you're trying to build these, you know these winning VFW's lineups, these air.
That's the money that could, you know, get you that Josh Jacobs.
If you had that extra 203 $100 you could have got Josh Jacobs in your lineup last week.
So those are kind of the guys are fading.
I'm also evading Ryan Tannehill.
They threw the ball a lot last night against Denver.
They played Jacksonville.
And while there could be an opportunity for A J.
Brown to kind of break out and I'll throw A J.
Brown in, I don't know if it's enough for Ryan Tannehill to do it, because we saw what Jonathan Taylor and nine Heinz and Marlon Mack we're doing against Jacksonville.
I'm willing to pay the price.
This is why I'm kind of going cheaper on my quarterbacks this week, fading guys like Aaron Rodgers because I want Derrick Henry in my lineup.
I know he's pricing.
You know, I haven't I haven't pulled up right here.
He's priced at 7900 as the running back four behind Zeke Barkley and Christian McCaffrey.
You know we'll talk more about on probably later this week, but that I can't put Ryan Tannehill in my lineup because I don't think I'm gonna get the passing volume that you saw last night.
And in the Denver I just think it was more game scripted.
And Denver, you know, play Derrick Henry, you know, decently well, for what you can expect.
But, you know, 43 past attempts.
I mean, like, how How many times you think Ryan Tannehill is gonna throw 40 or more passes? I just don't I don't see it.
Uh, although he is a cheaper play.
If you're already down there in that 5900, I'd rather play Kirk cousins, you know, for the same price against Indianapolis who, you know, plays plays decently well, against the run But they got torched by Minshew, who completed 95% of his passes, only completed one pass and had three touchdowns.
So that's the kind of the game you play.
And then I want to talk a little bit about one more quarterback and I will let you guys go.
And I appreciate you guys sticking around and hanging out with me is Daniel Jones and he's playing against Chicago.
You know, I don't put Daniel Jones in the same passing talent is Matthew Stafford because I think Matthew Stafford's a very underrated, pure passer.
But Daniel Jones grew up over the off season.
If you watch the game, yes, he make.
It's the It's almost the Josh Allen experience, right? He makes the stupid mistakes.
There was one interception where he should have just threw it away.
The other one was just another dumb mistake.
But we saw last night and I'm I'm the biggest area Slaten fan in the freaking world.
Like I saw him at the end of last year, coming through when I was like I want this guy all offseason, I'm putting articles out about Darius Laden and for him to come out have over 100 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
He's gonna be like my number one like DFS guy this week just because I'm such a big fan and I saw it happened, like right in front of my eyes.
But you look a Daniel Jones.
And while I do have concerns Ah, lot about the offensive line, I haven't Mawr concerns about it for Barkley than I do for Daniel Jones.
Because I think you saw a little bit last night that they found out pretty quickly that they have a terrible offensive line and they adapt it with some quick passes, getting it out, you know, moving him around a little bit.
And when they do have time and when he does have time, we saw Slaten.
You know, he there's deep shots.
We see the upside of Daniel Jones 279 passing yards on 41 attempts, and he didn't fumble.
This is the big thing.
The guy had so many fumbles last year like world record breaker fumbles, and he just didn't fumble last year and that's fantastic and you can if you go back and watch the game.
The Commentator, one once or twice I remember who was commentating that game last night, but it might have been hurt Street, which was phenomenal, by the way.
They're like, Oh, look, he has two hands on the ball.
He's protecting it as he's getting sacked, unfortunately, getting sacked.
But he's protecting the ball.
He understands what his weakness was.
At least one of the two weaknesses that we see him, and he's prone to turnovers, but he's protecting the ball.
Those were dry stoppers and an article I read about Dairy Slate and I said, Look, if he fixes these turnovers toe like at, like, 60% and he becomes more efficient, that's just more time on the field and more opportunities.
And of course, you have the rushing.
You know you have four.
Russia's for 22 yards, and I think you know, you look at the Steelers, They they looked really good last night, and I'm not here to anoint them like the best defense in the league.
But they were pretty much taught five before last night, and then you saw that.
What happens if they play a bad defensive line? Also, don't play running backs against Pittsburgh.
I'm just not going to do it.
I don't I do not recommend it, so Well, thank you guys so much for joining in with me.
I will be back tomorrow, and we will be talking about running backs.
Um, yeah, I'll do it.
I'll do tight ends with wide receivers on Friday.
And then on Saturday, probably Jeff, hop on with me and we will break down some of the R line ups and the price points that we like on certain players to see.
Um, you know, if we can help you guys create your line, it's and hopefully answer whatever questions you you need, so I wanna, you know, shout out to sea Hawks girl flying high for the tips.
I really appreciate it.
Guys, at least you know, makes you feel better about myself that I'm at least trying to put some great content out there for you.
And if I help at least one person with some money, then you know I feel great.
So thank you so much.
And we will see you guys tomorrow