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I thought he would be producing more per week than he has. The potential is there but I've been debating dropping him. I really hate dropping an MLB that has put up such good numbers in the past. Is it worth it? Should I stick it out?

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Not enough info on if you should drop him...all depends on scoring system and who is available.

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Scoring is in my sig.

 

Ok, but that's just part of the problem. Not knowing who/what is available on waivers makes the call almost impossible to make. Honestly, with your scoring and him as your #3 you should be ok. You just have to realize he rarely gets assists at home.

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Well, I'd rather have Mychal Kendricks at this point but he's still hurt. Here are the few of the waivers on my watch list. The decent, non-hurt ones at least.

 

DE - DeMarcus Ware

SS - T.J. Ward

FS - Antrel Rolle

CB - Prince Amukamara

CB - Byron Maxwell

CB - Tramon Williams

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Well, I'd rather have Mychal Kendricks at this point but he's still hurt. Here are the few of the waivers on my watch list. The decent, non-hurt ones at least.

 

DE - DeMarcus Ware

SS - T.J. Ward

FS - Antrel Rolle

CB - Prince Amukamara

CB - Byron Maxwell

CB - Tramon Williams

 

 

with that scoring I would be hard-pressed to consider any non-LB. Even then it would only be a safety. I'm guessing your wire is pretyy thin then at LB and S. Ward has been underwhelming. Rolle could be the best add

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