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Twitter Observations: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Curtis Samuel, and the Free Agency Frenzy

We examine some of the bigger moves in free agency.

JuJu Smith-Schuster

We examine some of the bigger moves in free agency.


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Twitter Observations: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Curtis Samuel, and the Free Agency Frenzy
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1 year ago

Jacob’s was a sell for me at the end of the season, but he’s fallen to a hold for me.

Jacob’s had (IIRC) 53 receiving points last year. My *hope* is that his efficiency and goal line production improve, and he picks up a random receiving TD. Losing all 53 points would put him at RB24 for the season, so he’s probably more useful on your roster with upside than as a trade candidate right now unless you can still get a mid to early first rounder plus something for him.

Slick M.
1 year ago

Dam JuJu! why, why, why?! I can’t imagine the thinking behind choosing an over the hill Big Ben over the best QB in the game. Michael Moore captured it perfectly and as a Claypool owner, I was literally cussing when I learned he was back in the fold. Oh well, I will exercise patience and hope for the best in 2022.

Andy Cook
1 year ago

I traded Jacobs for Kupp and 2.05 in a SF league. I thought it was fair value after Drake news. U fortunately I paid a higher price 24hrs before Drake signed… I still think Jacobs is a serviceable RB2/flex, maybe Jordan Howard/Cohen situation (900yds 10TDs, 20rec 150yds 1TD).

Scott Klusty
1 year ago

I think JuJu is going for the big payday. He knows Big Ben. He knows how he throws. Juju may not want to adjust to a new system and the Chiefs have a lot of weapons. He could be just as successful in Pittsburgh and he knows the system and he is comfortable with the city and even the opponents in the AFC North with one season away from a payday why not stay in the system he knows and is comfortable in. I can see totally why he stayed in the Steel City. The learning of the new system should come AFTER you get paid.

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