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Trevor Sikkema

Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he's not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]

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    Trevor. Let’s say that you are in a keeper league that allows you to keep one player on last years roster for the new year. The league also starts 2 QBs and since their are only 32 starting QBs and really noly about 20 that are good, the vlaue for a QB is higher. Now let’s say that my “friend” has both Jameis Winston and Mike Evans, and has a penchant for being a homer and having too many Bucs on his team. Which player should he keep?
    Asking for a friend.

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      Trevor Sikkema

      Depends where you’re drafting, but I would still say Evans.

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      Evans all the way. Having an elite wide receiver is way more valuable than a good QB. I usually play the waiver wire for QBs.

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    Great article Trevor. I really liked your perspective on that podcast a few weeks back. It’s funny how many people undervalue the Bucs outside of Mike Evans, and you made a good case for guys like Djax and Quizz.

    Now to hijack the thread a bit here. I’m a big fantasy football guy. I like high points leagues and I play in a few but I’d like to finally Commish my own.

    It’s PPR and IDP. For those that don’t know, PPR means points per reception, which greatly increases the value of receivers and pass catching running backs. IDP means individual defensive players, so you have both a full offensive and defensive roster. The slots are as follows:


    1 QB
    2 RB
    2 WR
    1 TE
    1 WR/TE/RB
    1 QB/WR/TE/RB
    1 WR/TE


    2 DL
    2 LB
    2 DB
    2 DL/DB

    If anyone is interested in joining, reply to this comment and I’ll give you my personal email address to discuss further.

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      Hello Rut, I am interested and I guess I can ask you questions in an email.

      I am still very high on Evans mainly because of the points you made on the defensive page. The Bucs do have a tough schedule and I think they are gonna have to sling a lot! Evans target share will drop but I think he will maintain productivity if not increase it. He is working on YAC and should have more space out there with defenses respecting the weapons.

      I love taking Bucs, but I will be steering clear of the backfield and TE positions. Winston and Djax are likely to be steals at their current ADP and honestly even if Evans goes backwards, provided he stays healthy, he is virtually a lock for 1,100 and 10. The consistency he has shown thus far is what I am paying for and that floor.

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    Solid FF insight Trevor. Commish of my league and had Evans all year, and he was money. Beaten too. He WILL NOT repeat that this year. Mostly because we got other players. It was Evans & brate or bust last year.

    I likely won’t be drafting Evans this year, or many of the BUCS players. Evans will go too high and there are just too many weapons this year. Winston is the jewel. He’ll slip & will be getting all the shared points of these weapons. $$$

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      Brate not beaten damn auto

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      Could not agree more with what you said. Evans will probably go late first or early second at the latest. I had him myself last year and his targets were a huge reason he was putting up those numbers as well and he won’t have that many this year. Jameis is the one I will be watching as I usually don’t even touch a QB until like the 6th round. There are just too many. But to get Jameis in like the 7th or lower to me would be a steal.

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