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Player: C.J. Stroud

Previous Rank: 23

Current Rank: 19

Stroud has been on a rampage the last two weeks and is already playing at a Pro Bowl level. He has shown remarkable improvement since his first start, and I do not see his production slowing down anytime soon. C.J. looks poised in the pocket, hitting receivers with pinpoint accuracy and timing. In Week 3, the Texans notched their first victory. Stroud completed 20 of 30 passing attempts for 280 yards, two passing TDs, and three carries for 14 yards. In Week 2, he threw for a whopping 384 yards thanks to breakout performances from Nico Collins and Tank Dell. He has solid weapons in the wide receiver room and a tenacious young coach in DeMeco Ryans.

Stance: Where I have Stroud, he is a firm hold. If I were to acquire, I would approach it from a slight tier-down perspective by offering Dak Prescott or Deshaun Watson and see if I could get a little extra back. Or tiering up by giving someone like Daniel Jones plus a 2024 2nd, and willing to go to a 2024 1st if necessary. 

I just offered Derek Carr a 2024 1st and 2nd to get Stroud, and I was rejected. To give an accurate snapshot of value: the opposing team wanted Dak plus a 2024 1st rounder just as a baseline.

Player: De’von Achane

Previous Rank: 175

Current Rank: 91

In week three, we witnessed the sheer firepower of the Dolphins’ offense as they erupted for 70 points, which was sans Jaylen Waddle. De’Von Achane had a nuclear blast of a breakout performance, rushing for an epic 203 yards on 18 carries and scoring two TDs on the ground. He also contributed to the receiving game with four receptions on four targets for 30 yards and scoring two receiving TDs. What makes this even more impressive is that he only played 41% of snaps. Achane is amazingly fast, efficient with his touches, and is a house call threat every time he touches the ball. Miami’s offense is predicated on speed, outside zone runs, and significant play capabilities from Hill, Waddle, and Achane. Defenses must play two deep safety looks to keep a lid on Hill and Waddle. This allows Miami to take what they want up front in the run game and create space for their speedster running backs. I hope everyone read my write-up on Mostert a couple of weeks ago and bought in. Looks like he and Achane both could be league winners this year.

Stance: Looking to acquire in all builds, but not willing to grossly overpay based on his most recent explosive performance. Let the dust settle slightly, then look to move on an offer in a week or two. It will likely cost an early to mid-first as a starting point.

Player: Sam LaPorta

Previous Rank: 88

Current Rank: 83

Sam LaPorta is shattering the stereotypes of “rookie tight ends never produce year one.” LaPorta’s metrics look incredible through three games: 22.9% target share, 27.5% target rate, 80% snap share, 80 routes run, and 77.7% route participation per PlayerProfiler. These metrics correlate to immediate production in 18 receptions on 22 targets, 186 yards, and one TD. He is utilized early and often in the Lions offense, and that won’t slow down anytime soon. It will be interesting to see how Jameson Williams integrates into the offense in the coming weeks. Williams’s role won’t impact LaPorta, and LaPorta still sees plenty of targets even with St. Brown as the lead dog.

Stance: Firm hold where I have him. I would be willing to move him if someone overpays. A tier-down TE package with a 2024 1st.

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Patrick MahomesKCQB
Jalen HurtsPHIQB
Josh AllenBUFQB
Joe BurrowCINQB
Justin HerbertLACQB
Trevor LawrenceJACQB
Justin JeffersonMINWR
Bijan RobinsonATLRB
Ja’Marr ChaseCINWR
Anthony RichardsonINDQB
Lamar JacksonBALQB
CeeDee LambDALWR
Amon-Ra St BrownDETWR
Chris OlaveNOWR
C.J. StroudHOUQB
Tua TagovailoaMIAQB
Dak PrescottDALQB
DeVonta SmithPHIWR
Jaylen WaddleMIAWR
Bryce YoungCARQB
Christian McCaffreySFRB
T.J. HockensonMINTE
Kenneth WalkerSEARB
Garrett WilsonNYJWR
Tyreek HillMIAWR
Mark AndrewsBALTE
Breece HallNYJRB
Travis EtienneJACRB
Travis KelceKCTE
Justin FieldsCHIQB
Tony PollardDALRB
Brandon AiyukSFWR
Stefon DiggsBUFRB
Calvin RidleyJACWR
Drake LondonATLWR
Michael PittmanINDWR
Tee HigginsCINWR
Deshaun WatsonCLEQB
Jahmyr GibbsDETRB
Saquon BarkleyNYGRB
Austin EkelerLACRB
Devante AdamsLVWR
Jaxon Smith-NjigbaSEAWR
Kyler MurrayARIQB
Kyle PittsATLTE
Jordan LoveGBQB
Brock PurdySFQB
Geno SmithSEAQB
George KittleSFTE
Russell WilsonDENQB
David MontgomeryDETRB
Javonte WilliamsDENRB
Josh JacobsLVRB
Jonathan TaylorINDRB
Jordan AddisonMINWR
Zay FlowersBALWR
Rhamondre StevensonNERB
Deebo SamuelSFWR
D’Andre SwiftPHIRB
Najee HarrisPITRB
Jerry JeudyDENWR
Dallas GoedertPHITE
George PickensPITWR
Aaron JonesGBRB
Jared GoffDETQB
Derrick HenryTENRB
Christian WatsonGBWR
Kenny PickettPITQB
Alvin KamaraNORB
Chris GodwinTBWR
Jahan DotsonWASWR
Puka NacuaLARWR
Sam HowellWASQB
Daniel JonesNYGQB
Terry McLaurinWRWA
Keenan AllenLACWR
Mac JonesNEQB
Joe MixonCINRB
Derek CarrNOQB
James CookBUFRB
Brian RobinsonWASRB
Sam LaPortaDETTE
Nico CollinsHOUWR
Devon AchaneMIARB
Amari CooperCLEWR
Matthew StaffordLARQB
Dalton KincaidBUFTE
Rachaad WhiteTBRB
Elijah MooreCLEWR
Quentin JohnstonLACWR
Pat FreiermuthPITTE
Dameon PierceHOURB
Marquise BrownARIWR
DeAndre HopkinsTENWR
Miles SandersCARRB
Baker MayfieldTBQB
Darren WallerNYGTE
Marvin MimsDENWR
Jayden ReedGBWR
Treylon BurksTENWR
Kyren WilliamsLARRB
Luke MusgraveGBTE
Mike EvansTBWR
Cooper KuppLARWR
David NjokuCLETE
Christian KirkJACWR
Romeo DoubsGBWR
Jakobi MeyersLVWR
Raheem MostertMIARB
Jerome FordCLERB
Isiah PachecoKCRB
Jaylen WarrenPITRB
Jameson WilliamsDETWR
Courtland SuttonDENWR
Michael MayerLVTE
Tyler LockettSEAWR
Brandin CooksDALWR
Alexander MattisonMINRB
Tank DellHOUWR
Tyjae SpearsTENRB
Jimmy GaroppoloLVQB
Josh DownsINDWR
Josh PalmerLACWR
Rondale MooreARIWR
Tyler AllgeierATLRB
A.J. DillonGBRB
Tank BigsbyJACRB
James ConnerARIRB
Gabe DavisBUFWR
Khalil HerbertCHIRB
Michael WilsonARIWR
Cam AkersMINRB
Aaron RodgersNYJQB
Antonio GibsonWASRB
Zack MossINDRB
Desmond RidderATLQB
Rashee RiceKCWR
Kareem HuntCLERB
Zach EvansLARRB
Trey McBrideARITE
Skyy MooreKCWR
Kenneth GainwellPHIRB
J.K. DobbinsBALRB
Kendre MillerNORB
Chigoziem OkonkwoTENTE
Greg DulcichDENTE
Zach WilsonNYJQB
Josh DobbsARIQB
Adam ThielenCARWR
Wan’Dale RobinsonNYGWR
Rashod BatemanBALWR
Chuba HubbardCARRB
Gus EdwardsBALRB
Rashid ShaheedNOWR
Zay JonesJACWR
Gardner MinshewINDQB
Tyler HigbeeLARTE
Michael ThomasNOWR
Trey LanceDALQB
Hunter HenryNETE
Dalton SchultzHOUTE
Cade OttonTBTE
Cole KmetCHITE
Joshua KelleyLACRB
Elijah MitchellSFRB
Jonathan MingoCARWR
Kadarius ToneyKCWR
Ryan TannehillTENQB
Justice HillBALRE
Juwan JohnsonNOTE
Dalvin CookNYJRB
Damien HarrisBUFRB
Sean TuckerTBRB
Jaleel McLaughlinDENRB
Darnell MooneyCHIWR
Jalin HyattNYGWR
Jelani WoodsINDTE
Gerald EverettLACTE
Isaiah LikelyBALTE
JuJu Smith-SchusterNEWR
Alec PierceINDWR
Ezekiel ElliotNERB
Mike GesickiNETE
Chase BrownCINRB
Sean TuckerTBRB
Jordan MasonSFRB
Mike WilliamsLACWR
Cedric TillmanCLEWR
Alec PierceINDWR
Donovan Peoples-JonesCLEWR
Noah FantSEATE
Jerick McKinnonKCRB
Kylen GransonINDTE
Tyler BoydCINWR
Odell BeckhamBALWR
Dawson KnoxBUFTE
Josh ReynoldsDETWR
K.J. OsbornMINWR
Zamir WhiteLVRB
Jake FergusonDALTE
Curtis SamuelWASWR
Michael GallupDALWR

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