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  1. Bump...could really use some help here please since A. Miller plays tonight. I can make a convincing argument IMO for any of those WRs...
  2. Consider sitting Dalvin Cook? is this even a question? Just read another thread where the guy asked which WRs he should choose and had Parker on the list like it's even a consideration you would bench the 4th best fantasy WR since week 6 in a matchup against one of the worst teams/pass D's in the NFL.... I always wonder if people actually do things like bench Cook this weekend if he plays or bench Parker for Marvin Jones... Edit: I am curious though how the OP has Fournette as a bench many teams are in this league?!
  3. Consider sitting Dalvin Cook?

    Penny has been stealing carries from Carson as of late so IMO you have to go Cook if he plays. He won't be a full participant on Friday though I can almost guarantee you that...they aren't going to let him get hit/touched in practice. The fact he was a limited participant yesterday and today and has guaranteed he is going to play makes me think it's almost 100% certain he is going to play and it's an injury that is more about pain tolerance than something like a hamstring or leg issue that could be made worse by fighting through it.
  4. Need to start 2 WR's for Playoffs

    Why are you even asking about Parker? He should be locked in no matter what the matchup is (plus NYJ has a bottom 10 pass D)...he's been the 4th best WR in fantasy since week 6 and has been consistently getting double digit targets in an offense that can't run the ball and Fitz can sling it. Parker is 100% and then I'd go Odell.
  5. Washington was my second choice so now I'm leaning towards him...anyone else have any thoughts?
  6. Hey guys looking for some help on who to start at FLEX in the first round of the playoffs (0.5 PPR and std. scoring): FLEX: J. Washington @ ARI A. Miller vs. DAL J. Crowder vs. MIA G. Tate @ PHI EDIT: I've decided on Cousins at QB so just need helping choosing my FLEX. Tate was a full participant in practice yesterday and the Eagles have been trash lately defending the pass...Eli sucks and has a noodle arm so he could rack up a bunch of targets being the short route/slot guy. I think him and Crowder both have semi decent floors but lowest reward out of the options above. Washington IMO is the highest risk, highest reward...he's only had 27 targets the last 6 weeks so IMO he's a risk for putting up nothing. Miller isn't far behind IMO in risk/reward but he's received 33 targets the last 3 weeks...I feel like he's a bit safer and still has the chance of going off. Thoughts?
  7. I need help deciding which 2 WR and 1 FLEX to start. It’s a 10 team, 0.5 PPR league. I’m definitely starting Brees at QB and D. Cook and Kamara at are my options: WR - Odell vs. BUF WR - Tate @ NYJ WR - Crowder vs. NYG RB - D. Williams @ TEN RB - L. Murray vs ATL I really like the NO at home matchup against ATL and could see them putting up 40 points easily so I’ve been leaning towards using Murray at FLEX - I think both him and Kamara eat Sunday. As for WR I’m seriously considering benching Odell and going Tate and Crowder. What do you guys think? Is starting Murray with Brees and Kamara and benching Odell crazy?
  8. So I don't think I would even accept this trade but I just floated out the idea of trading D. Adams, Aaron Jones and Amari Cooper for McCaffrey and the two players he drops (likely Hunt and Sutton). He said he is considering it but doesn't know if he wants to deal CMC. It's a .5 PPR, 10 team team is in my sig and his team is as follows: RB - CMC RB - D. Williams FLEX - Michel WR - JuJu WR - Hilton TE - Howard BE - Sutton BE - Vikings BE - Hunt BE - Boyd BE - Shep What do you guys think?
  9. Gallup or John Brown?

    I really like John Brown mainly due to their schedule. He gets to play Miami twice, NYG next week (awful pass D), Cincy the following week (awful pass D), and they play the Patriots twice which isn't a bad thing since they'll be getting smoked by the 2nd quarter and will have to throw 40+ times presenting the opportunity for some nice garbage points.
  10. Week 2 Waiver wire, who are you targeting

    I really like John Brown mainly due to their schedule. He gets to play Miami twice, NYG next week (awful pass D), Cincy the following week (awful pass D), and they play the Patriots twice which isn't a bad thing since they'll be getting smoked by the 2nd quarter and will have to throw 40+ times presenting the opportunity for some nice garbage points. Also really like Metcalf as he had the most targets for their WRs and was on the field running a route on 22 of the 24 pass plays Seattle ran. And while they obviously will be a run first team, they also are destined to be ~8-8 and will definitely be forced to throw a lot more than 24 times when they play the Rams (twice), New Orleans, Steelers and ATL (ATL is at home). After those two, Ross would be my next choice but I still don't know if I trust him (of course he had a monster line but he had a couple huge drops Sunday which has always been an issue for him) and A.J. Green should be back around week 4-5ish. With Green back it's going to be tough IMO for him to put up consistent numbers with Boyd in the fold too. Hardman is a potential streaming option while Hill is out but don't think I would use a waiver position or waiver budget on him. Don't know much about Chark so can't comment on him although FWIW the Chiefs D sucks and can boost any WRs numbers. Also don't have much knowledge or opinion on McLaurin. The one I would definitely avoid spending a lot/using a high waiver position on is Hollywood Brown...the man played 14 snaps and played a team that I wouldn't even bet to beat Clemson or Alabama. 31 of the Dolphins on their roster are new and weren't on their team last year...they are actively trying to tank. In other words, I wouldn't put any stock in that game and the Ravens are going to be a very run heavy team IMO. You're risking getting a goose egg IMO if you start him next week. As for the RBs, I'd probably say Brown and Jones are a toss up with Hyde a distant third.
  11. Don't do it. As someone mentioned above though I would definitely trade Henry if you can get good value. Last year he was the king of putting up either 3 points or 25 and even though they handled the Browns (vastly overrated, can't believe people were picking them as potential SB contenders) I think they are going to be bad. Do you think you could get someone like Amari Cooper or Robert Woods straight up for Henry? Or maybe package him and Edelman for a stud WR?
  12. Agreed with this...I think Carson is going to be a top 15-20 pick next year. That being said, no chance I'm doing either trade.
  13. Please rank these WR's for me! .5 PPR

    I'd probably go Crowder to but it's hard to get excited given they were playing the awful Bills. They just got Demaryius Thomas too. Out of the trio Marquise Brown is obviously the most talented but he's going to be an extreme boom or bust candidate. That being said, if you need someone to start for you in week 2, he's playing ARI so he could easily go off again.
  14. Cooper was on a 140 target, 100 catch pace last year after joining the Cowboys. David Johnson is one of the best receiving RBs in the league and consistently catches a ton of balls...why would you not do it in PPR?
  15. You're the only one that gets it...