RE: Henry - Originally I wasn't a fan of Henry because I'm in more PPR leagues, then started digging into the numbers. As a non pass catching RB he was the 5th best PPR runningback in 2019. If you look non-PPR he was the #2 RB. With him getting that contract I see him being a very high floor option that's consistent. I also think with all the RBBC earlier in his career he's got fairly fresh legs.Just disagreement on a few players. I'm not big on Henry and Evans, for instance, and I like CEH and Green where they're going. That said, we have pretty much an identical process.
RE: Evans - IMHO he's the closest things Brady has had to a Moss type receiver since... Moss. Goodwin is great, but runs a lot out of the slot and with them using 2 TE along with slot WR Miller looking good in training camp I'm thinking Evans has a chance to be the big play threat. He's now nursing a hammy injury, so that might all be lost.
RE: CEH - Based on yesterday, I'm wrong, but I just don't see an Andy Reid offense go all in on a rookie RB. He never did that with Westbrook or McCoy. I'd add they won a Superbowl going RBBC, so it's not like they need to change that logic.
RE: Green - He's produced when he's gotten 140+ targets a year. The issue is that workload has been causing him to break down and now he's on the wrong side of 30. Adding to that rookie QBs just don't do much for their WRs. I mean I like Burrows, but he's hardly Peyton Manning, who in his rookie year had a 26 year old Marvin Harrison on his team and had his worst fantasy season until he was 35 years old (59 catches, 776 yards 7 TDs). It's one example, but rookie QBs rarely help vet WRs have good fantasy seasons. They are working with their own learning curve.