PRESEASON HAIKU WEEK 2\nRun Wilson Run\nThis article will be updated later tonight, answering questions below.\nMAIN POINTS TO ADD INTO DRAFT STRATEGY\n\n \tDoug Martin Top 15 RB 100% when he returns from suspension. Take him in Round 7 ahead of Blount.\n \tAustin Seferian Jenkins Strong TE2. Great late Round Pick.\n \tTrevor Siemian will definitely win QB job in Denver. Great late round backup QB.\n \tMarshawn Lynch\/Spencer Ware drawing close to even.\n \tMarvin Jones\/Mohamed Sanu\/Sterling Shepard. WR 3-4-5\n\nDFS RESULTS SATURDAY\n\n*MORE UPDATES COMING MONDAY AFTERNOON*\nTITANS\nDerrick Henry looks good, DeMarco Murray is one of the best RBs in the NFL, but Henry will still always be a threat. Regardless it is not likely you get Murray as he goes ahead of Gronk in nearly every mock. Drafting Gronk is the key.\n\nMarcus Mariota looked good, but it could also be the weak Panthers Secondary.\n\nTitans D looked great and embarrased the Panthers.\nPANTHERS\nKelvin Benjamin made some big time plays. He is the real deal and a great pick around Adrian Peterson range. Hopefully you end up with both. Greg Olsen saw 1 target, rest of Panthers WR core is not worth mentioning. No Cam Newton however.\n\nJ-Stew started, Christian McCaffery made some big plays and had a lot of space. No doubt he is quick, but those hits will add up. HOWEVER Cameron Artis Payne is running the ball this preseason like a Top 5 RB. Avoid all Panthers RBs.\nCHIEFS\nSpencer Ware did fine before giving away to Kareem Hunt who looked very good. Ware is still a much bigger back and more reliable, but Kareem does show that he can be a bigger Darren Sproles type of RB if the opportunity presents itself. Chiefs just wanted to see Hunt with 1st team and this is the time to do it.\n\nAlex Smith made some big throws. Zero of them to Tyreek Hill.\n\nKC D looks fine, didnt really do anything special but Bengals offense looks good this year and they shut them out.\nBENGALS\nAndy Dalton looking masterful and potentially ready to take the next step.\n\nAJ Green looks full 100% healthy and cements himself as a reliable WR1 once again. Tyler Eifert zero targets. John Ross DNP and Bengals passing game still looks good.\n\nJoe Mixon and Jeremy Hill look to be a 1\/2 RBBC situation.\n\nBengals D looked pretty sorry. Nothing exciting not a bad matchup either.\nLA RAMS\nPinch me I'm dreaming. Jared Goff actually looked legit as a QB. Sammy Watkins will have his moments this season and Todd Gurley gets a small boost with Goff making good throws. Hard to say this is for real, but it was night and day compared to last season. Gerald Evertt great TE2 for late in your draft. Behind ASJ.\n\nRams D not impressive.\nRAIDERS\nMarshawn Lynch looked quick and explosive. They say only 200 Carries but Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington look worthless once again. Lynch will be a good pick.\n\nDerek Carr looks good, easy matchup, Crabtree and Cooper look vintage. Jared Cook getting involved early. Raiders offense will move the ball fine this year.\nCHICAGO\nMike Glennon still not looking that great this preseason. He doesn't look horrible but he is not going to be winning games or moving the chains consistently. Still better than the Browns QBs.\n\nNo Jordan Howard. RBBC behind him.\n\nKevin White looks big and strong but not a lot of targets his way in the first half, lots of run plays. Kendall Wright\/Cameron Meredith\/Zach Miller make up a team that has a lot of weapons but not an explosive offense.\n\nHeld AZ out of the endzone till the end of 2nd Q.\nCARDINALS\nCarson Palmer looked fine, had trouble getting the ball to Larry Fitz. Going to chalk it up to preseason and eventually he would get his.\n\nDavid Johnson had a couple of carries, CJ2K got a ton of work. Clear handcuff to DJ, though CJ2K does not look vintage CJ2K.\n\nAZ Defense did not impress despite easy matchup, they did their job and that was it.\nSTEELERS\nLots of backups. Martavis Bryant looks like he will be himself lots of time to get his body in shape. No Big Ben, cannot make too much of a judgement. Nor Brown nor Bell.\nFALCONS\nMatt Ryan continues to dominate this preseason going on TD drives 2\/2 times, both without Julio Jones. Mohamed Sanu continues to impress and catch everything his way and look good after the catch. Tevin Coleman looks fine, Terron Ward looks good, but this is Devonta and Tevin's team.\n\nMohamed Sanu is a great target on Draft Day for as late as he goes.\nSAINTS\nNo Drew Brees. Alvin Kamara continues to impress but at times he does show his rookie ways like running before blocks are setup. Deep leagues good insurance for AP\/Ingram.\n\nMike Thomas with a good catch and run, but with no Brees no sense in grading the pass attack.\nCHARGERS\nNo Phillip Rivers, Melvin Gordon saw a stacked box as if he were Todd Gurley. Something to keep in mind if Rivers misses a game. Antonio Gates on the field a lot, him and Hunter Henry not worth owning. Good to see Keenan Allen back on the field, Chargers are stacked with passing options.\n\nBranden Oliver has claimed the backup RB job, Gordon was seeing 3rd down plays but it might not be long before Oliver claimed 3rd down RB job as well. He is a clone of Darren Sproles, minus all the speed.\nBRONCOS\nPaxton Lynch looked like garbage missing Demaryius on a deep TD and just playing street football. Aka waits for play to breakdown then plays jail break football. AKA not good Fantasy Football results, reminds me of Tim Tebow. On the other hand Trevor Siemian made every throw like a pro.\n\nCJ Anderson is not doing anything to impress for that RB job with no competition at the moment. Not breaking any tackles, not running hard, had 5 carries inside 10. Needed every one of them to score on a 3rd and goal from the 1 after failing on 1st and 2nd down. I doubt its his job and his job only.\n\nDemaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders will be fine with Trevor Siemian at QB. Rest of the WR core and TE core is not predictable.\n\nBroncos D BEASTED.\n49ers\nBrian Hoyer really had nowhere to throw and really has no big body over the middle. Pierre Garcon stock dropping as he continues to show he cannot get open against #1 corners, granted he was going up against the best. Stil a WR3 at very very best, more of a high end WR4.\n\nCarlos Hyde will be the everydown RB for the 49ers. Not saying to target him, but he will get his touches and when the matchup is good he will perform.\n\n49ers D looked fine against Paxton Lynch, but nothing that jumped off the page.\nLIONS\nMatt Stafford looks fine, but he is definitely not looking like the DEEP BOMB Matt Stafford of Christmas past. Kenny Golladay did not play with starters, which semi-hurts Stafford's value for what he could be.\n\nEbron was not on the field, but Marvin Jones continues to make acrobatic TDs including his goal line fade TD. Staff, still in complete control of the offense that is playing smart football not 400+ Yards Passing Football.\n\nRBBC has to happen. Ameer Abdullah not looking untouchable and all the backups doing their jobs with confidence.\n\nLions D killed Jets. No surprise.\nJETS\nAustin Seferian Jenkins. Late TE2 that you must target on Draft Day in the last rounds of your Draft, he will probably not even be drafted. He did not catch 1 pass against the Lions, but you can tell he is going to be the guy and he is playing hard. He blocks players to the ground, and he goes out on routes nearly every single pass attempt. With no true possesion WR over the middle, ASJ can make it back to your Fantasy Hearts as a great sleeper TE2.\n\nBilal Powell had nowhere to run against the Lions amazing D-Line.\nPATRIOTS\nTom Brady, Gronk and Edelman were on the field. Gronk was a decoy on the TD pass. Edelman dropped a 3rd down. Brady still looked good slinging the ball, but the gameplan was for some reason to feature Rex Burkhead. Play after play, Rex, Rex, Rex. James White made a nice play to convert a 3rd down, Rex came into the game and looked good taking what the defense was giving him before the long TD pass where Gronk took the entire field with him on a crossing route.\n\nGoing to chalk it up to preseason. Dion Lewis looked great as well, RBBC is definitely in play with all New England RBs to the Max. AVOID ALL unless someone gets cut.\n\nStephen Gostkowski looks vintage nailing every FG.\n\nPatriots D looks beatable.\n\nFor now still carry on with Brady as our QB with confidence. He looked sharp making the throws he made and the Patriots run a lot of shotgun. A LOT OF SHOTGUN. Jimmy G. makes for great insurance pick in all deep leagues, whether you own Brady or not, he is good and he can run the Patriots system.\nTEXANS\nBruce Ellington will take over for Will Fuller. Same type of player, maybe Bruce is more acrobatic but Fuller has a little more speed. DeAndre Hopkins will still see his double teams, but Tom Savage did a great job tearing apart the Patriots.\n\nLamar Miller looks the same as always, While Alfred Blue continues to look in amazing shape. D'onta Foreman looks bigger than LeGarrette Blount with more speed. Texans are stacked at RB.\n\nTexans D looked decent, which is an achievement within itself against New England.\nCOLTS\nIf Andrew Luck misses a chunk of time, all Colts besides TY Hilton will be Waiver Wire candidates. Ty Hilton will be WR3 at best. The Colts appear lost with Tolzien at QB.\n\nFrank Gore looks ok, Robert Turbin is running with power, Marlon Mack has a very very raw Lesean McCoy type of style. In the end, RBBC is looking definite. Avoid all.\n\nColts D looked horrible. Not surprised.\nCOWBOYS\nDak will be throwing a lot in the shotgun with no Zeke. Will be good, but on tough matchups where Dez might be limited, Dak will be more of a QB2.\n\nDez Bryant looks like he is ready to be a superstar. Double teams will likely come all season long. Cole Beasley will benefit the most in the slot.\n\nDarren McFadden was running away with the job and looked great, but a fumble in his last carry plus the emergence of Alfred Morris looking vintage makes this more likely a split. Morris does bring a safer running style but DMC still looks to be a nice pick. DMC Round 9\/10 (12\/10 Man Leagues). Alfred Morris is the handcuff.\nPACKERS\nAaron Rodgers makes it look easy. Ton of targets seems like the matchup game will come into play all season long figuring out which Rodgers target will go off.\n\nTy Monty G did not play, Jamaal Williams looked ok. Regardless, if you draft Monty G, you must draft Jamaal Williams.\n\nMartellus Bennett TD, they are coming already and a great 7th Round Pick in 12 man leagues if you miss out on Gronk.\n\nPackers D looked solid shutting down Washington.\nREDSKINS\nKirk Cousins is not the same QB with all of his options, including Center John Sullivan. Terrelle Pryor is getting a lot of defensive attention, Jameison Crowder is good and he comes to life with Jordan Reed on the field.\n\nRob Kelley is completely worthless. Perine who I put down hardcore in the 1st Haiku, got his redemption and proved me completely wrong. Sam Perine looks like the real deal and is far more explosive than Kelley who played the entire half doing nothing.\n\nMatt Jones the Darkhorse to win the job, did not get a carry until the 4th Quarter. He deserves a shot at the job, do not give up faith yet. Perine currently holds the lead, ignore Kelley.\nSEATTLE\nRussell Wilson is running well, he has a lot of options in the passing game but Doug Baldwin once again catching everything and looking unguardable. His current rank as a Top 10 WR above Jordy Nelson looks like the safest option week 2 week.\n\nEddie Lacy running like Packers Eddie Lacy. There is some BURST but Rawls\/CJ Prosise and Rookie Chris Carson are all threats to the playing time. Hard to imagine any of these RBs being reliable in Fantasy this season.\n\nNo Jimmy Graham, but Graham will not be seeing Double Teams this season.\n\nSEATTLE D. Looks vicious and had a lot of hits that made you glad to be watching the game as oppose to playing the game. MUST TARGET.\nVIKINGS\nStefon Diggs has superstar potential. Bradford and him are on a level that reminds me of Julio Jones\/Matt Ryan. Diggs will have some amazing games and he shoots up the WR List in front of Kelvin Benjamin. Someone to target when you are thinking about the back-end of your Saints RB combo. Likely Diggs will be gone.\n\nDalvin Cook is the real deal. Latavius Murray is the real deal as well, but Cook will be 100% healthy. While you can rely on Dalvin, let us still wait and see how the Saints Offense looks this weekend. Cook still costs a 3rd Round Pick, and Latavius Murray is arguably equally talented if he appears healthy.\n\nVikings D did not impress as much as I thought they would.\nBILLS\nTyrod Taylor really looks uncomfortable without Sammy Watkins. Anquan Boldin cannot seperate from man-2-man coverage. Charles Clay is open underneath. Zay Jones has the edge over Andre Holmes, but Jordan Matthews should really be the guy who fits in best with Tyrod Taylor. Jordan Matthews and Tyrod Taylor work out together over the summer.\n\nLesean McCoy still looks sharp and tricky to tackle. His world, nobody stealing TDs from him.\n\nBills D is playing fast and furious. Great Sleeper D to play Week 1 against Jets. Still Draft Seattle.\nEAGLES\nCarson Wentz looks lost without Jordan Matthews. Torrey Smith was not even a thought on Wentz target list. Alshon Jeffery does not look explosive and was getting a lot of defensive attention. Nelson Agholor is emerging as the slot WR, and he did appear able to catch passes. Good Deep Sleeper at WR.\n\nLeGarrette Blount was being used as a 3rd Down RB all game. Did not do great in the role as he did miss a couple of assignments. Would be surprised to see that last into the season with Sproles and Smallwood on the roster. However Blount still remains a Draft Day Target Round 7 in 12 man League. Round 8 in 10 man league.\n\nEagles D looks good. They will not be easy to be succesful against.\nDOLPHINS\nJay Cutler looks good. Let us not forget he was putting up Top 10 WR seasons for Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery multiple times. He slings the ball deep on the money and has confidence. Jarvis Landry small upgrade up, Cutler did throw to Davante Parker a lot more. However in the end, both options are not MUST DRAFT but Davante Parker will definitely see a BOOST.\n\nJay Ajayi will have a strong season because of this. However it is more important to get Gronk and Brady. While it is easy to get excited about Jay Cutler, it is just as easy to be disappointed down the line.\n\nDolphins D looks good. Not an easy opponent to be succesful against for most.\nRAVENS\nHard to judge Ravens talent with Ryan Mallet at QB.\n\nTerrance West is definitely the RB, however Buck Allen continues to impress and at times does look better. Danny Woodhead was back, and he looks smaller and slower than ever. You can tell his best days are definitely behind him, or it was first game rust. Regardless, Danny Woodhead is not a fantasy option but he will play because the Ravens paid him.\n\nMike Wallace\/Jeremy Maclin\/Ben Watson. All could be good options, let us see how Flacco looks if we get to see him. Watson could be deep backup TE option.\n\nRavens D looks strong and they have a lot of talent everywhere.\nJAGUARS\nBlake Bortles still throwing the ball in the ground. Jay Cutler looks better than Bortles. Despite all this, Bortles and Henne were looking for Allen Robinson whenever they can. Robinson did drop a TD but his ability with 10+ Target every week makes him an intriguing option.\n\nAll the RBs for JAX without Leonard Fournette looked like trash. Leonard can run away with the job.\n\nJags D. Could not stop Jameis if their lives depended on it. While Jags D will go well with Seattle's schedule, maybe this performance will have their stock drop.\nBUCS\nAll aboard the Bucs Bandwagon, or battleship. Jameis Winston looks ready to be a Playoff Caliber QB. Mike Evans is getting frequent targets, Desean Jackson still has gamebreaker speed. Evans and Desean Jackson are both valuable targets on Draft Day.\n\nHowever the most valuable target of them dall. Doug Martin. Doug looks vintage and when he is on the field, he is playing 1st down, 2nd down, 3rd down. He is catching the ball, he is running with power.\n\nDRAFT DOUG MARTIN in ROUND 7 ahead of LeGarrette Blount. When Doug Martin returns from suspension after 3 games, he will be a Top 10 RB.\n\nWhile Doug Martin is suspended, I expect RBBC in Tampa.\n\nBUCS D dominated Jacksonville. The group is for real.