Please check your email for a confirmation. But should Mixon hold out, and would have every reason to from a financial standpoint, it will hurt the both parties exponentially.
But the fact that Burrow was able to get it going while running the ball is encouraging for the team’s overall outlook in the rushing game.
Presumptive No. Our friend Andre Perrotta helped explained that for us.
So not only did he perform much better statistically but he was much more consistent week-in and week-out. The ripple effects of Burrow extend to others, helping running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire to 1,700+ yards from scrimmages and 17 touchdowns in 2019 as well. Is Chase Claypool a top Week 6 waiver wire target in fantasy football? To give Mixon a deal resembling that of McCaffery’s $64 million extension over the next four years would be ludicrous. He won’t earn an Accrued Season … Reader underwent surgery in Houston recently after suffering a season-ending quad injury in Week 5 against the Baltimore Ravens. He has no leverage to garner that kind of contract.
The signs point to Mixon and the Bengals not seeing eye-to-eye in the early stages of these negotiations. Cincinnati Bengals nose tackle D.J. Mixon only saw more than five targets in a game twice last season and had six games in 2019 where he had two or fewer targets. Mixon had an inconsistent 2019 after a breakout season in 2018, but performed much better the second half of the season. We simulate the Bengals vs Colts in Madden to try to predict the winner of this Week 6 game. Mixon still has a year left on his four-year rookie contract. According to FleaFlicker’s ADP for half point-per-reception (PPR), Mixon was being drafted as the seventh running back off the board and the ninth player overall in fantasy football. But if Mixon is expecting that to look like the deal Panthers’ All-Pro Christian McCaffery just signed, he’s got another thing coming to him. Situations like Marvin Jones and Andrew Whitworth leaving have happened, but both of those occurred when they entered free agency. Gordon’s financial decisions were costly, as he is now on his second team in the Denver Broncos.