JMToWin is a high-stakes tournament champion (Thunderdome, Luxury Box, Game Changer, Wildcat) who is focusing this year on single-entry/three-entry max
This is, instead, a look at the player pool I’ll be fishing.
:: covered in-depth in the Angles Pod (it’s highly recommended that you listen to the breakdown of the roster in order to see the thinking behind it, and in order to understand what we’re talking about when we look at a “bottom-up build”
:: these are my “Tier 1” plays: the plays I feel confident leaning into across different types of builds; players who have a high ceiling and a low likelihood of price-considered failure
:: these are games, offenses, situations, or scenarios I’ll be looking to build around across my rosters
:: these are players who don’t fit into the categories above — either Upside pieces who don’t have the floor to be Blue Chips (and are not being focused on within my game-focused builds) or players who may not have a strong shot at ceiling, but are worth keeping in mind from a “role” perspective
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Full breakdown (of what this is, and what the thinking is behind these players) can (and should) be found in the Angles Pod (above).
Jonathan Taylor’s touch counts across his last six games :: 27 // 35 // 20 // 32 // 29 // 27. Now, it should be noted that Taylor has only 43 total receiving yards across these six games, including two targets and zero receptions in his last three, making him a true yardage-and-touchdown back at the moment. This opens some paths to him disappointing against his price tag; but against a banged-up Raiders defense that has allowed the fourth most running back touchdowns in the NFL, his raw floor remains high, and his ceiling is absolutely high enough to justify the price tag.
As explored in the Angles Pod :: if Taylor has a strong game, this increases the already-high chances of the Raiders leaning pass-heavy themselves, which increases the chances of Hunter Renfrow, Zay Jones, and Foster Moreau hitting. As we should be well aware of by now, the Colts defense (a defense fundamentally designed to filter targets to the middle of the field, specifically to tight ends) has faced the most tight end targets and allowed the most tight end receptions and yards on the year. I like Moreau quite a bit this week.
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