tHe.pRoFessionaL wrote: DraftDodger wrote:
I was so worried that I made him my first selection and stuck him in my line-up.
I wish more good players would have crappy pre-seasons.
Whole point of the topics in this forum are discussion, you are the first to post that you aren't worried and all - and also imply that struggling in the pre-season means nothing. Not really saying I adamantly disagree, but any reasoning or explanation would be fitting.
Sure. The fumbling (which is all anyone is really concerned with, not the lack of production) has rightly been blamed on the no-contact drills that the team has almost exclusively run in practice.
Rankers (including the Cafe rankers) haven't shown any loss of faith in this guy. The Cafe has him projected at #5 in their recently released season rankings. If the best fantasy football players on the planet think he still merits that high of a draft pick, who am I to argue?
If anything, Jamaal should be moving up in drafts, with injury and other concerns clouding the season for most of the few guys ahead of him.
I understand your concern, though. I'm sure Jack Del Rio would have cut him