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So Watson throws 5 touchdown passes and Hopkins doesn‚Äôt get any? Note to self: Next year draft someone else in the first round. ūü§¨

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Between the coverage that Hopkins attracts and Watson maturing as QB, I just don't think he will be force feeding Nuk the ball. 

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37 minutes ago, Shaft said:

Between the coverage that Hopkins attracts and Watson maturing as QB, I just don't think he will be force feeding Nuk the ball. 

 

Agree. He doesn't need to lean on Nuk anymore 

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ok... then I'll take him for you.  Top 5 WR in the NFL as far as talent.  He's a freak.  

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3 TDs and 200+ yards from Fuller and I still lose, because I faced Watson and Aaron Jones.   Watson canceled out Fuller, Jones scored 42 which was the winning margin.

 

Should probably sell high on Fuller now, especially at 0-5 and likely done for the season. 

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0-5 is rough. I feel your pain.  I went against Watson too but luckily the rest of his team didn’t do much.  I went Hopkins/Kelce with the first 2 picks. They both have had a solid floor but I’ve yet to see the explosions of points I was hoping for. Hopefully the wins start coming for you.

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23 minutes ago, stevegrab said:

3 TDs and 200+ yards from Fuller and I still lose, because I faced Watson and Aaron Jones.   Watson canceled out Fuller, Jones scored 42 which was the winning margin.

 

Should probably sell high on Fuller now, especially at 0-5 and likely done for the season. 

 

Aaron Jones murdered me this weekend. I went against 2 teams that started him and I sat him in 2 other leagues, lesson learned.

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1 hour ago, stevegrab said:

3 TDs and 200+ yards from Fuller and I still lose, because I faced Watson and Aaron Jones.   Watson canceled out Fuller, Jones scored 42 which was the winning margin.

 

Should probably sell high on Fuller now, especially at 0-5 and likely done for the season. 

If it makes you feel any better, I also went against Watson and Aaron Jones and am 2-3. Pretty awful luck but not much you can do in that situation. 

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It seems Hopkins is a flex player in ppr only. It's now been 5 weeks since I've gotten a touchdown from my first 2 picks. (Hopkins, Kelce) I guess I screwed up that draft. 

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9 hours ago, No Quarter said:

It seems Hopkins is a flex player in ppr only. It's now been 5 weeks since I've gotten a touchdown from my first 2 picks. (Hopkins, Kelce) I guess I screwed up that draft. 

I have a couple of players who alternate receivers are really screwing with their value.  Fuller and Hopkins would be good by themselves, but add in Coutee and Stills and you start losing a lot of value.  I have DJ Moore, and Samuels going off every so often definitely hurts his value, in addition to 60% of offensive plays running through McCaffrey.  These things are tough to predict preseason.  

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On 10/14/2019 at 5:55 PM, purplemonster said:

I have a couple of players who alternate receivers are really screwing with their value.  Fuller and Hopkins would be good by themselves, but add in Coutee and Stills and you start losing a lot of value.  I have DJ Moore, and Samuels going off every so often definitely hurts his value, in addition to 60% of offensive plays running through McCaffrey.  These things are tough to predict preseason.  

Stills hasn't really played though...

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12 minutes ago, turbotooslow said:

Stills hasn't really played though...

He played in the first four games, and he'll be back this week 

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