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Dynasty Battle: Corey Davis vs Denzel Mims

We examine two of the top receiving options for the Jets in 2021. Who will provide the better value?

Corey Davis and Denzel Mims

We examine two of the top receiving options for the Jets in 2021. Who will provide the better value?

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Dynasty Battle: Corey Davis vs Denzel Mims
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Charles Nelson
1 month ago

Everybody sleeping on Keelan Cole, he’s outscored OBJ 2 of the last 3 years!

6gummybearsandsomescotch
1 month ago

Why are we so eager to dump players going into their second season after no OTA’s or training camp? Corey Davis has had one “usable” season in 5. Mims comes in nowhere near a complete WR and has a bad rookie year? If you drafted all but 3 of those 2020 WR’s, you knew it may take an extra season for the others to produce. Would you have traded Gurley after his second season or AB, Godwin, Tyreek, Mark Andrews, CMC, Josh Allen, Dalvin Cook, Tyler Lockett, et al. after their rookie seasons? This hot take flip flopping is getting rampant on way too many dynasty sites and pods. Last year, it was sell James Robinson after week 3 and now it’s buy buy buy! Why should we pay money for all this rookie scouting and analysis if a player is HOF or doomed after one season? C’mon DLF!

Larry Gunn
1 month ago

With Saleh as HC, I think “toughness” will be the order of the day… Cole and Crowder have shown some of that… Mims has not to this point.
Maybe he’s the one that is the odd man out when the season gets rolling?

Larry Gunn
1 month ago

Also thanks for the article Tyler!

Eric Nelson
1 month ago

Any concerns with Corey Davis and the Corners he’ll face? Davis is likely to see Stephon Gilmore, Tre’Davious White and Byron Jones/Xavien Howard a total of 6 times a year. That’s the #1 #7 & #10/#9 ranked CBs according to PFF.

Then after that he’ll face:
#12 Adoree Jackson
#5 Marshon Lattimore
#24 William Jackson
#11 Darius Slay
#2 Jamaal Dean
#6 Xavier Rhodes
#8 Bryce Callahan
#17 William Jackson
#18 Donte Jackson
#25 Bradley Roby

That’s 16 of his 17 games against a top 25 ranked cornerback (@Falcons being the only team without a top 25CB). With a new rookie QB and a defensive head coach and being in a completely new system and new environment. I LOVE Corey Davis and I’m a truther, but I think he’s in for a rough rough season. My plan is to move him anywhere I have him after the NFL draft, and then reacquire for pennies on the dollar mid season.

Mike MacGregor
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Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
28 days ago

testing comment reply. keep up the good work TJK!

BigDee
29 days ago

You know when you read a good article when you see the comments afterwards.

Thanks for the insight Tyler Justin Karp, I have Mims and have no intentions of trading or dropping until I see his first three years.

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