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Dynasty Breakouts and Busts Through the Halfway Point

We consider the players who are carrying teams or sinking them so far this season.

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We consider the players who are carrying teams or sinking them so far this season.

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Dynasty Breakouts and Busts Through the Halfway Point
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Charles Day(@sweetdickwillie)
26 days ago

All Justin Fields needs is an offensive line that can pass block. Of the four rookie QBs who have started more than one game, Justin Fields has been sacked 29 times, Zach Wilson 19 times, Mac Jones 17 times, and Trevor Lawrence just 13 times. And Fields is the most mobile of the four. You can’t judge a QB who has a pass rusher in his lap every time he completes his dropback. Add to that his having started only seven games and his scoring over 20 fantasy points in his last two games, and I don’t understand how you can call him a bust. Zach Wilson has been much worse, and you don’t list him as a bust.

Charles Day(@sweetdickwillie)
Reply to  Charles Day
26 days ago

Fields’ two twenty point games equal Trevor Lawrence. Mac Jones has only one twenty point games, and Zach Wilson has two 19-point games, but zero fo twenty or more. I think that all this makes Fields a buy-low candidate, not a bust.

evan.zacharias(@evan-zacharias)
25 days ago

Calling Justin Fields a bust already… What is this, a redraft article?
At least your bio mentions how you’re a notorious negative nancy lol

Last edited 25 days ago by evan.zacharias
David Risner(@davedurden1989)
25 days ago

Love the articles but I don’t think I can disagree with Justin Fields more. This regime is on the way out and he makes throws few can make, and along with a 4.4 40, it’s just way too crazy to think he won’t be productive or have ample opportunity to become a top fantasy QB.
I find it incredibly hard to believe that a new regime won’t be coming in to tailor an offense to his abilities. I’m taking him over Wilson/Lance anyday and the upside of Mac just isn’t there (2nd QB in SF? Sure).
Great stuff as always!

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