Dynasty Recap – Week 7 – Jaguars trounce Browns, 24-6

  • Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles didn’t have a good day in the victory with 159 yards and one touchdown with three interceptions. He did add 37 yards rushing. Bortles will show streaks of QB2 status this year but could be a low-end QB1 in the future.
  • Meanwhile, Jaguars running back Denard Robinson had the best game of his career with 127 yards rushing and a touchdown. Robinson is, by no means, the long-term solution in Jacksonville.
  • Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins had the best game of his season with five catches and 112 yards. With no Josh Gordon, Hawkins is easily the top receiver  target in Cleveland.
  • Browns rookie linebacker Christian Kirksey had the best game of his short career with nine tackles and a sack. There was a lot of hype around Kirksey into the season and this could be the start of a productive dynasty career.

Dynasty Recap – Week 2 – Browns escape Saints, 26-24

  • Saints running back Mark Ingram appears to have turned a corner, racking up his second solid performance this year. This week, he racked up 83 yards rushing and a touchdown to go along with three catches and 21 yards. If he stays in New Orleans, he’ll be a high upside RB3.
  • The Browns continued to use a committee at running back in the wake of Ben Tate’s injury. Isaiah Crowell appears to be the better bet, averaging more about five yards a carry with 54 yards on 11 carries. Long-term, we’d bet he’s the one own.
  • Without Jordan Cameron or Josh Gordon, Andrew Hawkins led the way for Cleveland with six catches for 70 yards. We still like Hawkins to be a contributor in Cleveland as a possible WR4/5 in PPR leagues.
  • Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby picked up where he left off last season with 12 tackles and a sack. Despite being 32 already, he’s a solid LB2 in dynasty formats.

Dynasty Recap – Week 1 – Steelers escape Browns, 30-27

  • As expected, the Steelers offense was on fire. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 365 yards and a touchdown with one interception. He should continue to put up those numbers and be a low-end QB1 in dynasty leagues.
  • Le’Veon Bell had his best day as a pro with 109 yards rushing along with six catches for 88 yards. This should solidify his status as a low-end RB1 in dynasty leagues.
  • Receiver Antonio Brown had a big day as well with 116 yards on five catches. He should continue to be firmly in the second-tier of dynasty receivers.
  • On the Cleveland side, rookie running back Terrance West got 100 yards after Ben Tate left with an injury.
  • Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins led the team with eight catches for 87 yards. He also led the team with 10 targets and should be a good volume play.

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