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Inviato: Gio 07 Nov 2019 @ 04:41 Oggetto: Patriots Fantasy Football Matchup: Week 2 at the Jacksonvill
As an avid fantasy football participant Rex Burkhead Jerseys 2019 , I plan to start a weekly analysis of the New England Patriots and their current matchup in terms of fantasy football. This is my analysis and estimations of stats heading into week 2. Good luck with all of your match-ups!Quarterbacks When I say names like Tom Brady and Blake Bortles, it should be obvious who the number one option should be for fantasy football. But if you compare that stats strictly from the AFC Championship Game last postseason, the choice isn’t so obvious. From 1/21/2018: Brady: 26/38, 290 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTBortles: 23/36, 293 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTJust like we all predicted鈥?However, fast forward to present day, the Patriots will be facing a pretty stout Jaguars defense that for the most part, remains unchanged from last year, anchored by Jalen Ramsey, Myles Jack, and Calais Campbell. Facing tough defenses is nothing new for Tom Brady, but this young Jags defense should be hungry for revenge and we should expect them to come out swinging. As mentioned previous by many on PatsPulpit.com, this New England defense is full of new faces, and after posting a strong week 1 performance, should provide a much tougher matchup for Bortles regardless on the location. Start Brady and bench Bortles. Final Prediction: Tom Brady: 250 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception Blake Bortles: 200 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions Tight Ends Like expected, Rob Gronkowski balled out last week and I was very close in predicting his exact stat line. This week should be no different. The Patriots has made some moves at wide receiver White Adam Butler Jerseys , bringing in Bennie Fowler and Corey Coleman, but the expectations for Gronk remain unchanged and regardless of who is covering him, I expect another big week. My true wish is Gronk has the opportunity to take Ramsey and “Throw him out the club”, Sergio Brown needs the company. As far as the Jaguars go, Austin Seferian-Jenkins is really the only option for tight end, and should only be started if in a pinch. He won’t dominate the points column but could be a reliable 4-8 points. Final Prediction:Rob Gronkowski: 5 receptions, 77 yards, 1 touchdownAustin Seferian-Jenkins: 4 receptions, 35 yards Running Backs Unfortunately for Patriots fans, it looks like Jeremy Hill is going be out for the year after sustaining an ACL injury. While this is extremely unfortunately for Mr. Hill and the Patriots, it does help narrow the options of what Patriots running back to start. Both James White and Rex Burkhead looked great and had an equal share of snaps at 11. At this point, I would have no hesitation starting either back in the flex position. If you are in a PPR league, I would lean towards James White based on how he is used in the passing game corralling a team high of 9 targets in week 1. Currently, Jaguars Leonard Fournette is day to day with a hamstring injury and has not been cleared yet to play Sunday. If T.J. Yeldon is available on your waiver wire, you need to pick him up now. He is a great, cheap option that if Fournette sits again, will be a solid contributor to your squad as a RB2. However, if Fournette plays, you can leave him on the bench. Final Predictions: James White: 30 rushing yards, 5 receptions, 50 receiving yardsRex Burkhead: 47 rushing yards, 20 receiving yards, 1 rushing touchdown T.J. Yeldon: 47 rushing yards, 3 receptions Adam Butler Jerseys 2019 , 37 yards Wide Receivers Despite being widely thin on paper at the receiver position, it was not evident on the field week 1 for the Patriots. Everyone on offense stepped up, and surprisingly, it was Phillip Dorsett who stepped up for the receivers, registering 7 receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown. Meanwhile, Chris Hogan had 1 reception on 5 targets, just for 11 yards. Like Hogan, Patterson was a non-factor at the position for fantasy. While it is easy to jump the gun and bench Hogan in favor for Dorsett, I think it is important to remember that this stat line could easily be flipped between Hogan and Dorsett. If anything, Dorsett just throws his name in being a playable option. Despite playing a much better defense this week, I expect more of the same from these two receivers. Keelan Cole and Dede Westbrook look like the favorite receiving targets for Bortles and can also be used for the flex position if needed. They wouldn’t be my first option as I believe this Patriots defense is going to get after Bortles, but if you play in a 12/14-team league and have 2 flex positions, they are end of the line options. Final Prediction: Chris Hogan: 4 receptions, 62 yards, 1 receiving touchdownPhillip Dorsett: 6 receptions, 57 yardsKeelan Cole: 5 receptions, 63 yards Dede Westbrook: 4 receptions, 54 yards, 1 receiving touchdown Defense After watching the Patriots defense put up a strong performance against the Houston Texans last week, I believe we all can take a deep breath and know they are going to be ok. We got pressure on the quarterback, limited the big plays, contained the run for the most part, and stopped what could have been a big day for the Watson/Hopkins duo. For week 2, I am all in for starting the Patriots defense against the Jaguars. If Fournette is out White Elandon Roberts Jerseys , I would start them twice (I know, this is impossible, but I am trying to emphasize my point). If you are part of the group that likes to stream defenses and are scourging the waiver wire for a pick up, I would be looking at the Baltimore Ravens, playing the Bengals this week or the Washington Redskins playing the Colts. New England had its first full-pads session on Saturday." NFL training campPatriots AnalysisPatriots Training Camp CoverageCleaning out the notebook from day three of the Patriots’ 2019 training campNew,5commentsRelated: News and notes from day 3 of Patriots Training CampEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Cleaning out the notebook from day three of the Patriots’ 2019 training campTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesYesterday, for the first time since their victory in Super Bowl 53, the New England Patriots took the field in full pads. Granted, it was only practice, but it was still the next step towards the upcoming season and the world champions’ quest to defend their title. The Patriots being in full football gear was not the only story to come out of Foxboro on Saturday, however, so let’s open the notebook before heading into the next day.New England opens the full pad portion of camp rather slowlyWhile the team wore full pads, Saturday’s practice was comparatively light. The session took only around 90 minutes — usually it is around two hours in length — as the coaching staff apparently did not want to over-work its players. As a result, the action was mostly focusing on the running game while one-on-one pass rushing drills were limited to two reps per player. Expect the physicality to increase as training camp rolls along.Sony Michel’s return gives the Patriots a full deck at running backArguably the biggest story of Saturday’s session was the return of second-year running back Sony Michel. As noted yesterday, he moved well and did not show any signs of rust albeit in limited action (he sat out 11-on-11 drills). Still, his return is good news for the Patriots as it gives the team a full deck at running back. With Michel back and looking as if he did not skip a beat, the Patriots can start working out their rotation heading into the season — especially when it comes to potential 1B/short-yardage/goal line back Damien Harris, who took most of the starter reps with Michel absent.No need to worry about Tom Brady and the passing game just yetAs noted above, the Patriots focused primarily on the running game on Saturday which meant limited action for Tom Brady and company. When the future Hall of Famer took the field, however, he was fairly inefficient to say the least: he completed just two of eight attempts during team sessions, while all four of his passes thrown during 11-on-11 hit the ground. Not all of the throws were necessarily his fault, though.Two of the incompletions appeared to be miscommunications with his intended targets: Brady and rookie receiver N’Keal Harry were not on the same page during the first team session, while the quarterback and veteran running back Rex Burkhead also had a misunderstanding during the final 11-on-11 period. Furthermore Elandon Roberts Jerseys 2019 , the Patriots’ defensive backs stood out by forcing three incompletions with very good coverage.All in all, yesterday’s slow practice should therefore be classified under ‘growing pains’ more than anything else.Matt LaCosse and Benjamin Watson are the top two tight endsAt one point during practice, director of player personnel Nick Caserio and assistant coach Nick Caley had a separate workout away from the team involving two of the club’s six tight ends: Matt LaCosse and Benjamin Watson. The side-session was further confirmation of the current pecking order at the position — it’s LaCosse and Watson at the top, with everyone else clearly behind them. The question will be who takes Watson’s spot when the veteran’s four-game suspension kicks in. So far, no other tight end has stood out.Nick Caserio won’t comment on Texans’ pursuit of himSpeaking of Nick Caserio, he took the podium on Saturday — a rather unusual development, as reporters usually only hear from him around the draft. But address the press he did to speak about Michel’s return, the Hall of Fame inductions of Rodney Harrison (Patriots) and Ty Law (Pro Football), and answer questions. Numerous of them were, of course, about the Houston Texans’ pursuit of him earlier this offseason. Caserio’s comments were not at all surprising.“I’d say I’m pretty honored and privileged to be in the position I’m in, to work for this organization,” Caserio said when asked about his feelings on the situation. “It’s a great organization with a lot of great people. I’m thankful for the opportunity that I have each day to come to work and come into this building. We’ve got a lot of great people. I’m fortunate and honored to work with Bill [Belichick] on a day-to-day basis and a lot of other people in this organization.”“My job is really just to serve the people that are in this building and we’ve got a lot of great people. My focus is in trying to do the best that I can every day and be the best version of myself for this team and this organization and that’s what the focus is,” continued Caserio, who essentially is the Patriots’ general manager but does not hold the title — this, in turn, makes it possible for other teams to pursue him even though he reportedly has a non-interview clause in his deal.When asked about the club essentially blocking him from speaking to other teams, Caserio wouldn’t give anything away: “I love being here, and right now we’re focused on trying to get the team ready for this season. I’m happy to be here and I love what I do on a day-to-day basis. [...] Right now, my focus is on this football team and that’s where it’s always going to be.”