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Outside of those two elite options, there aren’t really any options that inspire much confidence in the QB pool for this slate. Jimmy G does have some upside, though, and has been boom-or-bust in these Madden sims. He has thrown 54 touchdowns in 43 sims including at least one score in six straight sims with a total of nine during that span. The two best games during that run were against the Falcons, who he beat for 23.4 DKFP and 24.92 DKFP. The Steelers are a much more formidable foe, but they can be beaten by speed routes. Garoppolo and the 49ers won their first sim against Pittsburgh, 13-7, but the QB only managed 13.32 DKFP. He needs multiple passing touchdowns to be a good play since he doesn’t add much rushing production, but I think there’s a solid chance he can beat the San Francisco secondary either with George Kittle ($5,300) over the middle or a speed route from Deebo Samuel ($5,300) out of the slot.

Other Option — Drew Lock ($5,400)

Running Back
Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills, $8,000 — While the Bills have an elite secondary in Madden 21, they have been beatable by opposing RBs, which sets up well for Cook to produce another big game. The X-factor superstar has totaled 50 touchdowns in his 42 sims while averaging 90.8 rushing yards and 33.0 receiving yards per sim. He averages a solid 3.9 catches per contest as well, giving him a PPR safety net and also increasing his ceiling a little bit. He had nine catches for 63 yards on his way to 29.6 DKFP in his first Madden 21 sim against the Bills and also posted 18.3 DKFP in the rematch. The Vikings usually build their whole gameplan around Cook, and he should be in for heavy usage once again in this matchup. He is the most expensive play on the slate, but he offers too high a ceiling to pass him up.

Other Option — Raheem Mostert ($7,400)

Carlos Hyde, Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos, $4,000 — Usually power backs are only good fantasy options if they vulture a touchdown or have another role in addition to their goal-line duties, but Hyde has been very involved in the Seahawks’ sims in Madden 21 since they run so many plays out of power formations, even getting him involved in the passing game on a regular basis. Hyde has averaged 2.4 catches for 19.4 yards in addition to his 13.4 rushing yards per sim, and he has found the end zone 10 times in his 39 contests. He has at least 5.0 DKFP in three straight sims and hit for double digits against the Panthers, Jets, Browns and Vikings over his past nine sims. There is a risk that his involvement is too limited against the Broncos, but at only $4K, he’s a great play to save salary while still getting some production in addition to the ability to spend more in other spots.

Other Options — Phillip Lindsay ($6,000), Jaylen Samuels Jersey ($5,400)

Wide Receiver
JuJu Smith-Schuster Jersey, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Francisco 49ers, $6,400 — Smith-Schuester is one of several WR1s in Madden 21 that get most of their work out of the slot receiver spot. He has been regularly involved in these sims, although he hasn’t hit for monster games quite as often as he did in Madden 2020 due to a decline in QB play from Ben Roethlisberger Jersey ($6,300). JuJu is still the safest stud play at WR on this slate, though, due to his steady PPR production. He has averaged 5.1 catches per contest and has at least four catches in nine straight sims, including seven games with double-digit DKFP. He had six catches for 66 yards and 12.6 DKFP in his first matchup with the 49ers and moving into the slot should help him avoid too much coverage from X-factor superstar Richard Sherman.

Other Options — Adam Thielen ($5,700), Stefon Diggs ($5,600)

Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers at Pittsburgh Steelers, $5,300 — Samuel is another WR1 who works out of the slot and gets plenty of targets as a result. He has averaged 4.2 catches for 55.8 yards per sim and found the end zone 12 times in 42 contests. Even though he hasn’t scored as many touchdowns as JuJu has, Samuel has reached over 9.0 DKFP in four straight and had 11.2 DKFP the last time he went head-to-head with the Steelers. He isn’t quite the stud that Smith-Schuster is, but he is a solid mid-range option that comes with good upside and relatively low risk.

John Brown, Buffalo Bills vs. Minnesota Vikings, $4,200 — The Bills’ WR2 is very cheap on this slate, but he does bring a high ceiling due to his speed and potential deep-threat ability against the Vikings. Brown has at least three catches in seven of his past eight sims and would hit 100 total receptions in Madden 21 if he gets three catches in this contest. He is averaging 2.4 catches for 31.7 yards per sim but has been better than that recently due to Allen’s upgrades. Brown can be hit-or-miss but it’s hard to pass him up at barely over $4K since I think the Bills will put up a good amount of points against the Vikings in the nightcap.

Other Options — Jerry Jeudy ($5,200), Tajae Sharpe ($4,600), Phillip Dorsett II ($3,400)

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After their tight ends finished with the NFL’s fewest receiving yards in 2019, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed veteran Eric Ebron Jersey in free agency to help fix the problem.

The production improved this season as Ebron finished in the top half at his position in most receiving categories. Trouble was, he also was among the league leaders in drops and penalties.

Ebron and fellow veteran Vance McDonald Jersey also never developed into a formidable tandem that some envisioned entering the season. McDonald became an afterthought in the passing game and was targeted just 19 times. After the wild-card playoff loss to Cleveland, McDonald ended his eight-year career by announcing his retirement.

That decision left Ebron as the only viable tight end on the roster. The four others under contract have combined for two catches and 9 yards in the NFL.

Ebron also returns at a high cost. The two-year, $12 million contract he signed last March was backloaded in terms of base salary. It rises from $1 million last year to $5.5 million in 2021, and his contract will count $8.5 million against the salary cap.

While the Steelers might need to trim high-cost veteran players from the roster to comply with the salary cap this year, they would be left with a position room devoid of NFL experience by cutting Ebron.

Helping Ebron’s cause is his production increased as he got more familiar with the Steelers’ system. He had all three of his seven-reception games in the second half of the season and postseason, finishing with seven catches for 62 yards and a touchdown in the 48-37 wild-card playoff loss to the Browns.

For the regular season, Ebron totaled 56 catches for 558 yards and five touchdowns. Among all NFL tight ends, he ranked No. 10 in receptions, No. 15 in yards and tied for No. 13 in touchdowns. He also finished No. 11 in yards per catch and No. 12 in yards after the catch.

Ebron also was prone to drops: His seven were tied for the third-most among all tight ends, according to Pro Football Focus. His seven penalties were tied for most at his position, and the website’s subjective grading system ranked Ebron No. 41 out of 49 qualifiers who were targeted at least 25 times.

Unless the Steelers sign a low-cost veteran in free agency or use a draft pick on a tight end, they will enter the offseason workout program with former fifth-round pick Zach Gentry as the backup. Gentry was inactive for the first eight games of the season, then appeared in two before he suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Gentry’s lone NFL reception came in 2019, the same year Charles Jones made his only catch while playing for Jacksonville. Jones is one of several tight ends the Steelers signed to futures contracts a week after the season ended. Dax Raymond, who also spent time on the practice squad last year, was given a futures contract, too.

Pine-Richland’s Kevin Rader Jersey opened the coaching staff’s eyes when he made his NFL debut in the season finale and contributed three tackles on special teams. He played 20 snaps on special teams in the playoff loss. His blocking ability could earn Rader a role in 2021.

Offseason outlook: TEs


Eric Ebron, 1 year left on contract, $8.5 million cap hit for 2021

Zach Gentry Jersey, 2 years left on contract, $936,115 cap hit for 2021

Kevin Rader, 1 year left on contract, $780,000 cap hit for 2021

Others under contract

Charles Jones, 1 year left on contract, $780,000 cap hit for 2021

Dax Raymond, 1 year left on contract, $780,000 cap hit for 2021

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Disclaimer: The author realizes that the 2021 Steelers are probably going to be burning in Salary Cap Hell and can’t pony up much money for free agents. However, you never know what they have planned and it’s the author’s responsibility to highlight the free agent options.

The Steelers have many an issue on offense with losses on the line, at wide receiver and running back. Running Back is particularly interesting. The Steelers were always known as a running team, but have ranked near the bottom the past couple of years, With James Conner Jersey contract expired, it would be surprising if the inspiring Pitt RB is back. Behind him is a group including Benny Snell Jersey and Anthony McFarland Jr. Jersey It seems like more players will be brought in to compete for the top job in the draft. They could also look at some valuable bargains in free agency. Should they find salary cap room to add, here is the list of available free agents should a Steel City Money Miracle occur.


Most Notable Free Agent Running Backs
Aaron Jones Jersey– Green Bay Packers
Age 26, 5’9”/208 lbs.
Stats: Games Played – 14, Speed: 4.56


Attempts – 204, Yards – 1,104, Yards Per Attempt – 5.5, Yards Per Game – 78.9, Touchdowns – 9, Fumbles – 2, 10+ Runs – 26


Targets – 63, Receptions – 47, Yards – 355, Yards Per Game 25.4, Touchdowns – 2, Drops – 3

No. 23 PFF Position Ranking

Overall Grade 79.4 (High Quality), Rushing 79.3 (High Quality), Receiving 76.5 (High Quality), Pass Blocking 39.1 (Poor), Run Blocking 44.4 (Poor)

Jones is one of the NFL’s finest running backs. He does everything well, but there is some worry that his production is due to the collaboration with Aaron Rodgers and playing in the Green Bay offense. Jones should get a great pay day regardless though. PFF is projecting Jones’ new contract to be in the cozy neighborhood of 4 years/$52 million.

Phillip Lindsay – Denver Broncos (RFA)
Age 26, 5’8”/190 lbs.
Stats: Games Played – 14, Speed – 4.39


Attempts – 118, Yards – 502, Yards Per Attempt – 4.3, Yards Per Game – 45.6, Touchdowns – 1, Fumbles – 0, 10+ Runs – 13


Targets – 14, Receptions – 7, Yards – 28, Touchdowns – 0, Yards Per Game – 2.5, Drops – 3

No. 37 PFF Position Ranking

Overall Grade 69.8 (Above Average), Rushing 77.7 (High Quality), Receiving 32.8 (Rookie), Pass Blocking 78.2 (High Quality), Run Blocking 62.9 (Average)

Not drafted by an NFL team, Phillip Lindsay had two-straight 1,000+ yard seasons in Denver to start his career. Last year, injuries cost Lindsay five games and a time share with Melvin Gordon ate into his production. Being only a restricted free agent probably keeps him in the Mile High city another season, but teams may take a flyer and still surrender a pick for such a talent.

Chris Carson – Seattle Seahawks
Age 26, 5’11”/222 lbs.
Stats: Games Played – 12, Speed: 4.6


Attempts – 141, Yards – 681, Yards Per Attempt – 4.8, Yards Per Game – 56.8, Touchdowns – 5, Fumbles – 1, 10+ Runs – 19


Targets – 46, Receptions – 37, Yards – 287, Yards Per Game 23.9, Touchdowns – 4, Drops – 3

No. 16 PFF Position Ranking

Overall Grade 78.1 (High Quality), Rushing 74.0 (Above Average), Receiving 82.3 (High Quality), Pass Blocking 34.0 (Rookie), Run Blocking 60.6 (Average)

Chris Carson only played 3/4ths of the 2020 season due to a foot injury and his play was solid, but not spectacular. Carson runs hard and catches the ball out of the backfield well. PFF projects $10 million per year for the Seattle rusher.

Mike Davis – Carolina Panthers
Age 28, 5’9”/221 lbs.
Stats: Games Played – 15, Speed – 4.6


Attempts – 165, Yards – 652, Yards Per Attempt – 3.9, Yards Per Game 42.8, Touchdowns – 6, Fumbles – 1, 10+ Runs – 14


Targets – 70, Receptions – 59, Yards – 373, Yards Per Game – 24.9, Touchdowns – 2, Drops – 3

No. 24 PFF Position Ranking

Overall Grade 75.0 (Above Average), Rushing 73.3 (Above Average), Receiving 73.1 (Above Average), Pass Blocking 51.7 (Below Average), Run Blocking 86.6 (Elite)

When Christian McCaffrey went down for a major chunk of the season in Carolina, Mike Davis filled in well. His pass catching is exceptional and his ability to make tacklers miss equated to a major part of his success. But Davis only averaged 3.9 YPC. He could catch on as a feature ball carrier in another NFL city, but teams (at a projected $4.5 million per year) may see Davis as a great option in a backup role.