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🏈Tonight was my first time working out 1 on 1 with Eastchester’s Varsity Quarterback, defensive back, skill player, basketball swingman, stud @christiandags_ . It is always humbling when former or current EHS football players that I played with or coached ask me for advice or want to train. - 🏈Christian has all the tools to be a great QB and player. I was in his exact shoes 11/12 years ago and am honored to work with him, share advise/ wisdom and pay it forward. - ➡️Christian already is a beast, but he understands there is always someone out there working harder and he needs to maximize his talent and get his body ready for a long, grueling season. I have seen his dedication to becoming a great quarterback and player first hand when I trained the JV and Varsity team this past summer. I know he will be ready and rise to the occasion. - 🏈What a pleasure it must be to draw up plays and coach this kid every day @thecommish80 @eastchesterfb . Everybody show this young stud some love!
Trust Davante Adams: His combination of floor and ceiling have been the best at the position this season while playing through a brutal individual schedule and he’s scored in three straight games versus Chicago. Cusp Tarik Cohen: He’s been an RB2 or better in eight of his past 10 games while an RB1 in four of those. He also has received double-digit touches in each of his past five games. Jordan Howard: Green Bay defense that is 21st in rushing points allowed (14.8) per game to backfields, Howard is back on the lower-end RB2 radar. Mitchell Trubisky: The Packers are a middling pass defense, ranking 15th in passing points allowed per game (15.6), but with the Bears unlikely to need to press things through the air, Trubisky will be required to carry things with his legs and touchdown efficiency, making him a higher-end QB2 option with upside. Bust Aaron Rodgers: He’s thrown for more than 233 yards in just one of his past five games while the Bears have allowed just one QB1 scoring game against them at home this season Aaron Jones: Bears are allowing a league-low 64.1 rushing yards per game at home as opposed to 105.5 per game on the road while they have allowed just one rushing touchdown at home all season. ARob/Gabriel; Chicago wideouts are only WR3 options as this passing game is a better sum of parts than elevating individual fantasy options. Jimmy Graham: He has two of fewer catches in five of his past seven games played while averaging 28.6 yards per game over that span. Trey Burton: He’s been just as bad as Graham, averaging 2.3 catches for 20.7 yards per game over his past seven games with a high of 40-yards receiving. Randall Cobb: has had 43 or fewer yards in every game outside of Week 1 with more than six targets in just one other game, making it hard to chase last week's score.