The Juice is loose in this week’s Ditka pod as the guys profile new Cleveland Browns stud Jarvis Landry during the wide receivers preview episode. B_Don and Donkey Teeth also take a close look at evil Packer Randall Cobb and wide-awake sleeper Keelan Cole.

In addition, the sausageers dig deep into their respective 2018 wide receiver rankings which can be viewed below. Find out which receivers to draft and which to avoid here:

The 2 mustache aficionados also make a couple stoagie bets with Michael Crabtree over/under 7.5 TDs and Jarvis Landry a top 20 WR in standard.

Name Team B_Don Ranking B_Don TIer Donkey Teeth Ranking Donkey Teeth Tier
Antonio Brown PIT 1 1 1 1
DeAndre Hopkins HOU 2 2 2 2
Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 3 2 4 2
Julio Jones ATL 4 2 3 2
Michael Thomas NO 5 3 5 2
A.J. Green CIN 6 3 6 3
Keenan Allen LAC 7 3 7 3
Davante Adams GB 8 3 9 3
Mike Evans TB 9 3 10 3
Stefon Diggs MIN 10 4 13 3
Doug Baldwin SEA 11 4 14 4
T.Y. Hilton IND 12 4 8 3
Adam Thielen MIN 13 4 17 4
Tyreek Hill KC 14 4 12 3
Larry Fitzgerald ARI 15 4 16 4
Allen Robinson CHI 16 5 26 5
Josh Gordon CLE 17 5 20 4
Amari Cooper OAK 18 5 15 4
Demaryius Thomas DEN 19 5 18 4
Brandin Cooks LAR 20 5 27 5
Golden Tate DET 21 5 33 6
Alshon Jeffery PHI 22 6 21 4
JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 23 6 24 5
Marvin Jones DET 24 6 32 6
Corey Davis TEN 25 6 22 4
Michael Crabtree BAL 26 6 19 4
Chris Hogan NE 27 6 23 4
Sterling Shepard NYG 28 7 49 7
Jarvis Landry CLE 29 7 11 3
Pierre Garcon SF 30 7 46 7
Will Fuller HOU 31 7 25 5
Randall Cobb GB 32 7 54 7
Sammy Watkins KC 33 7 43 7
Emmanuel Sanders DEN 34 7 29 5
Dez Bryant FA 35 7
Robert Woods LAR 36 7 36 6
Kelvin Benjamin BUF 37 7 34 6
Marquise Goodwin SF 38 8 28 5
Robby Anderson NYJ 39 8 40 6
Cooper Kupp LAR 40 8 39 6
Devin Funchess CAR 41 8 35 6
Julian Edelman NE 42 8 45 7
Devante Parker MIA 43 8 44 7
D.J. Moore CAR 44 8 42 6
Jamison Crowder WAS 45 9 30 6
DeSean Jackson TB 46 9 67 8
Allen Hurns DAL 47 9 48 7
Jordy Nelson OAK 48 9 38 6
Calvin Ridley ATL 49 9 65 8
Martavis Bryant OAK 50 9 70 8
Dede Westbrook JAC 51 9 61 8
Mike Williams LAC 52 9 56 8
Nelson Agholor PHI 53 9 53 7
Jermaine Kearse NYJ 54 10 68 8
Rishard Matthews TEN 55 10 37 6
Mohamed Sanu ATL 56 10 64 8
Michael Gallup DAL 57 10 55 7
Cameron Meredith NO 58 10 66 8
Paul Richardson WAS 59 10 74 8
Ted Ginn NO 60 10
Kenny Golladay DET 61 10 41 6
Marqise Lee JAC 62 10 47 7
Josh Doctson WAS 63 11 57 8
Anthony Miller CHI 64 11 59 8
Donte Moncrief JAC 65 11 76 8
Mike Wallace PHI 66 11
Tyrell Williams LAC 67 11 78 8
Tyler Lockett SEA 68 11 50 7
Kenny Stills MIA 69 11 52 7
John Brown BAL 70 12 31 6
Danny Amendola MIA 71 12
Courtland Sutton DEN 72 12
Terrelle Pryor NYJ 73 12
Terrance Williams DAL 74 12 69 8
Christian Kirk ARI 75 13 75 8
Jeremy Maclin FA 76 13
Chris Godwin TB 77 13 60 8
Corey Coleman BUF 78 13
Quincy Enunwa NYJ 79 13 63 8
Brandon Marshall SEA 80 13
Ryan Grant IND 81 13 62 8
Keelan Cole JAC 82 13 51 7
Cole Beasley DAL 83 13
Chester Rogers IND 84 13 77 8
Taywan Taylor TEN 85 13
Geronimo Allison GB 86 13 58 8
Kevin White CHI 87 14
Jakeem Grant MIA 88 14
Travis Benjamin LAC 89 14 73 8
Tavon Austin DAL 90 14
Dante Pettis SF 91 14
Albert Wilson MIA 92 14
James Washington PIT 93 14 71 8
John Ross CIN 94 14
Zay Jones BUF 95 14
Willie Snead BAL 96 14
J.J. Nelson ARI 97 14
Trent Taylor SF 98 14

 

  1. Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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    i asked this before, missed cole by one pick (and the guy took 20 minutes short of his 24 hour clock AND i have m.lee so it’s a HUGE needle). what i didn’t mention was the RB’s left out there, and it’s sounding like perine will be a drop when season starts anyway (could grab WR#6 at that time too over him). i dropped p.lynch so i don’t need to drop for this pick.
    2 QB 12 team half PPR dynasty.

    QB: rodgers, mahomes, tyrod, rosen, foles
    RB: (2): burkhead, michel, ingram, kamara, perine
    WR (3): edleman, k.allen, jordy, d-jax, thielen
    TE (1): ertz
    2 flex (R/W/T)
    DL m.lee

    the WR left: grant (might’ve forgot to mention him last time), allison, j.brown, t.will LAC, ross, a.wilson (he had all sorts of praise a bit back in these posts, but is the #3 at MIA), enunwa.

    RB left: ekeler, clement, blount, kelley, wilkins. i doubt anybody claims kelley with last 2 picks of the draft, so i could go WR here then drop perine for him (or another of these) i a few days off WW.

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: or t.smith NO, sounding like he might possibly be the #2 at NO, that would be huge.

        • B_Don

          B_Don says:
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          @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: Of all the names you mentioned, I like Wilkins and think he could potentially steal the job away from Mack. I like Allison slightly more than Grant talent wise, but Grant has a lot less competition for his spot, and I think I may lean toward him of the guys mentioned. Clement could work his way into a role, but I’m still a bit hesitant to think it’s more than a small piece of the RB in PHI. Ekeler seems like he may get a little more run but is playing 2nd fiddle barring an injury. I’ve been a big fan of Kelley, but he’s doing his thing behind one of the best RBs in the league. Tre’Quan is a guy that DT and I both liked the film review on from college and both said we expect him to be the #2 in NO.

          So, all of that said, I think I’d lean to Wilkins on the RB side and Tre’Quan on the WR side. With Clement and Grant being the secondary choices.

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