Quick note on our next projection tweaks

I am working on an extensive Stock Watch report for tomorrow, but for those who are drafting today, I thought I would do a quick blog post covering the key movers and shakers from this past weekend. Honestly, there aren’t a lot of big moves to be made.

Here’s a quick look at some adjustments we’ll be making:

We’ll have to add some catches to Falcon RB Michael Turner’s total, since it’s clear he will catch more passes under Dirk Koetter. Of course, I might have to take a little from his rushing, since they are struggling in that area.
I’ll give Miami RB Daniel Thomas a few more yards and bump him up a bit, but he’s still pretty low.
Dolphin WR Davone Bess is pretty high now with a good catch total, but I’ll give him a few more grabs.
I’ll bump Patriot RB Steven Ridley up a few spots, since he likely cemented his role as the primary ball carrier. I won’t go nuts because he doesn’t have a huge margin for […]

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