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    Welcome to Week 1! The best 17 weeks of the year are finally upon us, which will hopefully inject some normalcy into your lives during this tumultuous period. This week, be sure to take advantage of the Colts’ juicy matchup against the “tanking for Trevor” Jaguars, and steer clear of the Giants’ contest against the Steelers impermeable secondary. Below are some good plays for the inaugural week of the 2020 NFL season, as well as some other players you should consider avoiding. Who to Start in Week 1 — Carson Wentz (QB), Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Football Team The Washington Football Team is a squad you’re probably going to stream against all season, even with the addition of star Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young. Their front seven is shaping up to be fairly respectable, but their secondary is still a serious pain point. Last season, the Redskins allowed the third-most passing touchdowns (35) and are poised to be just as permeable — if not more so — this year. Wentz has performed well against Washington in the past and...
    There has never been a running back in college football who rushed for more yards in three seasons than Jonathan Taylor. He broke Herschel Walker’s record during his junior season at Wisconsin before leaving school for the NFL. Taylor was taken by the Colts in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the 41st overall pick, immediately taking on the rookie-RB-turned-automatic-sleeper mold. He’ll have to contend with Marlon Mack for touches after Mack frustrated his fantasy football owners with an injury-plagued 2019.  Taylor has already received some rave reviews during training camp, but with no preseason games to give us hints, whether Taylor will be a fantasy force come Week 1 is anybody’s guess. If you read the tea leaves, though, you can uncover reasons worth believing in Taylor’s chances.  DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: Ultimate 2020 cheat sheet Jonathan Taylor fantasy outlook Taylor’s college records speak for themselves, but let’s look at the numbers for a second. He rushed for 1,977 yards as a freshman, 2,194 as a sophomore and 2,003 as a junior. Across his career, Taylor ran...
    One tweet tells you everything you need to know about Wisconsin’s dominating running backs over the years. FOX College Football tweeted out a graphic of the nation’s top rusher every year since 2010, and Wisconsin had more players on the list than any other school. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Badgers had the top rusher in 2018 (Jonathan Taylor), 2014 (Melvin Gordon) and 2011 (Montee Ball). No other school was on the list three times. ????⚡️ @BadgerFootball had more rushing leaders in the past decade than any other team Which ball carrier was your favorite to watch? pic.twitter.com/Rg4RiJbjCK — FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) August 8, 2020 As we always say about the Badgers at the running back position, we never rebuild. We simply reload. Our play at other positions might drop off year to year depending on the roster turnover. However, we’re always loaded at running back. You simply can’t touch the Badgers when it comes to running the rock.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jonathan...
    Thursday At The Club at Indian Creek Omaha, Neb. Purse: $600,000 Yardage: 7,581; Par: 71 First Round Steven Alker 34-32—66 Nicholas Thompson 33-33—66 Stephen Franken 34-32—66 Greyson Sigg 36-30—66 Ryan Ruffels 33-33—66 Brandon Crick 36-31—67 Anders Albertson 35-32—67 Cameron Young 35-32—67 Chad Ramey 33-34—67 Ross Miller 36-31—67 Austin Smotherman 35-33—68 Tag Ridings 34-34—68 Nick Hardy 36-32—68 Nicholas Lindheim 34-34—68 Mikel Martinson 32-36—68 Patrick Fishburn 37-31—68 Rodrigo Lee 35-33—68 Brent Grant 37-31—68 Trevor Sluman 37-31—68 Dawie van der Walt 33-36—69 Eric Cole 36-33—69 Callum Tarren 35-34—69 Lee Hodges 34-35—69 Tyson Alexander 35-34—69 Rico Hoey 36-33—69 Harry Hall 36-33—69 Chase Koepka 32-37—69 Erik Barnes 32-37—69 Jamie Arnold 38-32—70 Marcelo Rozo...
    Indianapolis Colts rookie running back Jonathan Taylor is giving back to the community that helped mold him. The former Wisconsin Badgers phenom has started the “Be The Change” scholarship program, and it sounds pretty great. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   Change is about action! BE THE CHANGE by donating $5 or more and join me & @esm.football in providing scholarships to deserving black student-athletes from Salem High School in my hometown of Salem, NJ. With your help we can make a real change! 100% of proceeds will go directly to these scholarships. LINK IN BIO! #bethechangechallenge A post shared by Jonathan Taylor (@jayt23) on Jun 16, 2020 at 1:41pm PDT According to the Colts’ website, the program from Taylor “will provide scholarships for college-bound Black student-athletes graduating from his alma mater, Salem High School, in Salem, N.J.” “Coming from a small town of Salem, N.J., where everyone knows everyone and you have the support of the community, one thing I wanted to do was give back to that...
    Marlon Mack, Indianapolis Colts. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) Are we assessing value correctly with Jonathan Taylor and Marlon Mack?The Indianapolis Colts will be one of the most fascinating watches offensively in the NFL this season simply because we have no idea what we’re going to be getting out of quarterback Philip Rivers. Will we get vintage San Diego Chargers Rivers or last year’s Los Angeles Chargers Rivers? And what should we think about the Colts backfield between Jonathan Taylor and Marlon Mack? The Fantasy Footballers look at the inherent value both Indianapolis running backs carry with them into the 2020 NFL season. Taylor is a rookie coming off an incredible college career with the Wisconsin Badgers. He won the last two Doak Walker awards, as he looks to be a future Pro Bowler in the NFL. Though not as talented, Mack has been solid the last few years for the Colts. Check out The Fantasy Footballers for all their advice.The guys projected Taylor will come off the board in the third round of a fantasy football snake draft. They...
    Former Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor has been named one of the best football players in the Big 10 in the past 10 years. The team announced Monday the electric running back has been named as a member of the conference’s all-decade team. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Taylor was selected in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) on Jun 29, 2020 at 9:46am PDT There’s no question at all that Taylor has earned this honor. He’s one of the most talented college football players I’ve ever seen. He absolutely terrorized and tortured college defenses for three seasons in Madison. He was unstoppable from his first game with the Badgers. Taylor’s patience, footwork, speed, vision and intelligence are all next-level. The dude is like a video game character.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jonathan Taylor (@jayt23) on Oct 8, 2019 at 5:33pm PDT While Wisconsin has...
    Former Wisconsin Badgers running back Jonathan Taylor has received a huge honor from the school. The electric running back, who was drafted in the second round by the Colts, was named the male athlete of the year for the Badgers. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The honor comes after he led our football team to 10 wins and an appearance in the Rose Bowl.   View this post on Instagram   YESSIR! Our man @jayt23 is the Wisconsin Athlete of the Year along with @dana_rettke! Congrats to two of the best ???? So proud that you’re Badgers ???? A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) on Jun 9, 2020 at 1:50pm PDT This must have been the easiest choice of all easy choices. Jonathan Taylor is a generational talent running the ball, and the tape speaks for itself. The man has never seen a defense he was scared of, and he rushed for more than 6,000 yards in three seasons before dipping for the NFL.   View this post on Instagram  ...
    The Indianapolis Colts don’t think Jonathan Taylor will have any issues with ball security during his rookie season. Taylor tore up college defenses for three seasons playing for the Wisconsin Badgers, but the biggest knock against him was the fact he tended to fumble way more than you’d like. Despite that fact, the Colts don’t sound worried at all. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Running backs coach Tom Rathman told 107.5 The Fan the following in part about Taylor’s issues with ball security: He can improve the way he carries the football. Looking at film, he understands that, and he understands what we are asking our players to do when we talk about ball security and how important it is. I don’t really think there’s an issue there and I think that he’ll get it corrected with the development of basic fundamentals that we harp on every day. Did Taylor have issues with ball security at times playing for the Badgers? No doubt about it. No doubt about it at all, and it could...
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