Six members of the RotoHeat team came together to answer some of the biggest questions of the offseason. We bought or sold 13 separate takes and are releasing one per day. We submitted our answers individually so we were not influenced by others’ opinions. Please comment on your takes below. We would love to hear your opinions.
*All questions are based on ppr formats.
Rob Sullivan: BUY
This one hurts my heart because I love JuJu. There are too many really good WR’s in this league, and JuJu will struggle to be a top 15-20 guy in the Steelers offense. I certainly believe he will drastically improve on his WR62 finish from a year ago and be a solid backend WR2.
Rick Butts: BUY
It is not that JuJu isn’t good, but I do think that he was helped a lot by not being the focal point of opposing defenses. I also think that we have a 3-headed WR core in Pittsburgh with Diontae Johnson and James Washington each commanding more targets as they grow as players. Not to mention, there are a lot of good WRs in the league right now.
Taylor Cornell: SELL
I firmly believe 2019 was a little fluky for JJSS, and with the return of his old, reliable quarterback in 2020, I expect JuJu to return to form as a top-15 WR and a dynasty darling.
Sean Coffey: SELL
2019 is a season JuJu and the Steelers organization would like to forget. JuJu’s bad stats resulted in being hurt for a good part of the year and more importantly terrible QB play. After Big Ben was hurt, they had to rely on Hodges and Rudolph and it wasn’t a great result. Next season, JuJu will reconnect with Ben and great back on track as a top 10 WR.
Craig Bullock: BUY
I cautioned against the JuJu love last off-season. It was clear as day that losing Brown and Bell was going to make his life harder. The Roethlisberger injury was just the final nail in the coffin. I see no reason whatsoever to be more optimistic about JuJu this year. He will still be the main focus of defenses, the rest of the offense is dreadful, and I am not convinced Roethlisberger has anything left in the tank–let alone if he even plays this year.
Mike Altman: BUY
I am a believer that a great wide receiver can produce no matter what NFL QB is under center. JuJu showed us he is not a great NFL WR. The two games he had Ben Roethlisberger throwing him the ball, he only averaged 8.2 points per game. JuJu needs AB like a sail needs its wind. Similar to the rookie RB argument, the top WRs aren’t going away, and there’s an emergence of young blood as it is. I think it speaks volumes that the line was set at 15 and I am still not selling.
Check back tomorrow when we discuss Tampa Bay’s QB situation.
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