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A Person’s Reality Is Shaped by the Information Received from the Sources They Trust

Studies have shown that the conservative circle trusts Trump over all else. What will the consequences be?
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Trusting the News Media in the Trump Era (Pew Research, 12/12/2019)

The 1st Amendment says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Effectively, defamation of the legitimacy of the press serves the same purpose as limiting its freedom — by discrediting it in the minds of a population — and is a direct attack on the 1st Amendment. The question is: Are Democrats doing enough to protect our 1st Amendment and the resulting actions of the mob? Or do citizens need to take action to protect the press?

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Watkins, S. – Bal (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Sammy Watkins, WR, Baltimore Ravens (6/23) Advice: How long has it been since Sammy Watkins has been a quality Fantasy receiver? Well, he averaged 11.1 PPR points per game in 2018. Does that count? Otherwise you’d have to go back to 2015, when he put up 16.3 PPR points per game on average. He was 22 years old and playing in Buffalo. Six seasons and three teams later, Watkins will catch passes from Lamar Jackson in the Ravens’ run-heavy offense. Jackson hasn’t helped a wideout find 800-plus yards in his short career, which is probably fine with Watkins since he hasn’t registered even 700 yards in a season since 2015. You’re probably better off letting someone else draft Watkins because they recognize his name. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 12.12 — 15.12
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Evans, M. – TB (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6/23) Advice: Receivers transitioning to new teams or new quarterbacks can sometimes get off to slow starts in Fantasy, but that wasn’t the case for Mike Evans — he immediately became Tom Brady’s favorite red zone target with six TDs in the first five games of 2020. Ultimately, Evans became a bigger part of the entire pass game — specifically down the stretch run. He once again finished with 1,000-plus receiving yards (he has never not eclipsed 1,000 in seven NFL seasons) despite seeing a career-low 109 targets. The volume may not tick up, but there’s a good chance Brady takes a step forward in Year 2 playing in the Bruce Arians system. Evans’ red zone role provides him an excellent floor and he’s one of the safest Round 3 picks around. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 2.12 — 5.03
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Harry, N. – NE (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for N’Keal Harry, WR, New England Patriots (6/23) Advice: N’Keal Harry will likely be the No. 4 receiver in New England this year at best, and he’s not worth drafting in most Fantasy leagues. The Patriots added Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne this offseason, and along with Jakobi Meyers, all of them could be ahead of Harry on the depth chart. Since being selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in 2019, Harry has been a bust, and things aren’t likely to change for him in New England, which should remain a low-volume passing attack. Hopefully, Harry proves us wrong and could become a waiver-wire addition during the season, but we need to see it first over a solid stretch of games. (CBSSports.com)

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Beasley, C. – Buf (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Cole Beasley, WR, Buffalo Bills (6/23) Advice: Cole Beasley just had a career season in 2020, and he should once again be productive this year. He’s worth drafting with a late-round pick in all leagues, with his value higher in PPR. Last season, Beasley set career highs in targets (107), catches (82) and yards (967), and he also scored four touchdowns. He did this while playing through a fracture in his leg to close the season. He should be 100 percent healthy to open training camp, and Beasley should be No. 2 on the team in targets behind Stefon Diggs, even with the addition of receiver Emmanuel Sanders. Beasley is a trusted weapon for Josh Allen, which has proven to be a good commodity for Fantasy managers. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 7.01 — 11.11
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Edmonds, C. – Ari (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Chase Edmonds, RB, Arizona Cardinals (6/23) Advice: It appears Chase Edmonds will finally get his chance to be the lead running back for the Cardinals. The team only added James Conner as serious playing-time competition for Edmonds, but unless Conner plays like Superman, Edmonds should get a chance at the most work he’s ever had. Not only should that include plenty of passing situations (he averaged 3.3 receptions per game last year), but a healthy dose of the early-downs work as well. That could total close to 15 touches per week — more in games Conner misses due to injury. The main risk is whether or not Edmonds can handle it since he has four career starts and nine career games with 10-plus touches (six in 2020). The other issue is a lack of experience in goal-line carries — Edmonds literally has one career carry inside the 5-yard line (three catches, all for touchdowns). That combined with guys like Conner and Kyler Murray taking those touches from him will make touchdowns tougher to come by. At least his schedule outside of the NFC West isn’t that much of a deterrent. This all means Edmonds has a great shot at well over 1,000 total yards (he had 850 total in 2020), but not many scores. Running backs with that kind of outlook are usually reserved for Round 5 or 6. (CBSSports.com)
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Hooper, A. – Cle (TE)

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