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Dynasty Danger: Players Who Could See the Bottom Fall Out, Part Four

We look at two players who could lose dynasty value from here on out. Should you sell?

Derrick Henry

We look at two players who could lose dynasty value from here on out. Should you sell?

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Dynasty Danger: Players Who Could See the Bottom Fall Out, Part Four
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Wendell Bera
5 months ago

FYI The Henry trade outlined is for 2 1st’s and a 3rd. Not a 1st, 2nd & 3rd as you stated. Does that change your view of it?

Charles Day
5 months ago

Reagor is the definition of a hold. He doesn’t have much value in a trade, and he has a ton of upside. Coming into the league in a year with essentially no offseason program, suffering injuries that interfered with his ability to learn by practicing and playing, and playing with a team that was in turmoil due to injuries and the Carson Wentz meltdown, we simply haven’t seen enough of him under relatively normal circumstances to know what he’ll be in the NFL.

Richard Craven
5 months ago

Reagor is going to ball out this year with a real off-season.

Patrick McGee
Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
5 months ago

I agree with this 100%

Chris Madden
5 months ago

Jackson was a 57% passer in college agianst poorer competition, albeit with less talent, than Hurts and hurts completed nearly 70% of his passes in college. They aren’t exactly built alike. Lamar looks like a LB. Outside of both of them using their legs, what is your basis of comparison? I get that the Eaglea were a dumpster fire last year. Hurts hit Reagor with a pretty deep ball in one of his starts. Probably Reagor’s best play of the season. I just don’t think that your argument is fully developed here. The conclusion makes sense… If Hurts is a poor passer and only uses his legs, then Reagor will suffer. Why is it the case that Hurts is a poor passer that will make his receivers suffer, outside of cherry picking Lamar Jackson? Kyler Murray, Josh Allen, and even Dak Prescott used their legs and each feed top fantasy options. Without further support, the argument that a rushing quarterback can’t exiat with productive fantasy wideouts is inadequate.

Chris Madden
Reply to  Chris Madden
5 months ago

Typed on my phone… Eagles* Exist*

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