In order for Gerald Everett to become a fantasy stallion, he has to do some things that he has never done before, such as: B. score more than three touchdowns and reach over 450 yards in a single season Everett’s arrival in the Emerald City may inspire optimism, especially as his tall, athletic body goes very well with the rest of Russell Wilson’s goals. Familiarity with the new offensive player Shane Waldron helps too. But he’s the owner of three career games over 70 yards and eight touchdown visits in four seasons, and he’ll almost certainly do no better than third-best target week in and week out. Spend a late pick on Everett if you’re looking for a cheap start-end to start the season.
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