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  1. Golloday, Kirk, or Smith

    Thanks I appreciate it. I was thinking Kirk may have the best floor actually.
  2. Doyle or Reed? WHIR

    I own Reed, and would go with Doyle no question. Luck does love TEs and the third stringer Swoope was catching tds in three straight whole Doyle was out. Reed seems to be a shell of himself. Glad I have Kelce so I never have to consider playing Reed!
  3. Flex- Sit One: Golladay/Cooper/Burton

    Hard to start Golladay after his last 3 games. I am thinking he breaks out this week. I think it’s a toss up between Burton and Golladay to sit.
  4. Who should I start? Who has the highest ceiling this week. It’s a PPR league. I am leaning towards Golloday. I think he’s due and has the best chance for a TD. Next up up would be Kirk, mainly due to getting a decent number of targets and playing from behind against the Chiefs. Other player is Trequan Smith for the Saints Thoughts? Suggestions?
  5. 11/4/18 - Wk 9 Bears @ Bills Gameday Thread

    Yeah, Peterman needs to do a better job at leading the DBs to the sidelines. I'm confident he'll make that adjustment at half.
  6. Lindsay or Collins

    Thanks...yes, they play each other
  7. Trade: Goodwin for Marvin Jones WHIR

    I would take that deal. I greatly prefer Cook to Burton. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/721053-lindsay-or-collins/
  8. Lindsay or Collins

    Who should I start this week, Phillip Lindsay or Alex Collins? It's a PPR league. I need a nice output, as my opponents is nicely out front thanks to Hyde. I'm thinking that Collins is due for a breakout, but I'm worried about Buck is vulchering TDs and gets the lions share of the receptions. You're feedback would be very much appreciated. Thanks
  9. Absolutely decline trade number 2. As other's have said, you'd be way too thin at WR. I'd lean towards accepting trade no.1.
  10. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    In terms of running backs, it's not a week 1 overreaction, it's a 19 year trend...
  11. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    This team can’t run the ball. They could have Jim Brown in the backfield. Same old story. This team has been 1 dimensional on offense for years and they kept the same OC. Is anyone really surprised. Kerryon might be a good back but he is in a terrible situation.
  12. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    I would have to say a good criminal defense lawyer would make sense.
  13. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    I'm not saying that they should continue to look for an answer...I'm saying that they have been terrible for the last 20 years at finding a solution. And, in my opinion as a Lions fan, Barry was such a phenomenal back because he put up incredible numbers with a mediocre line. You could miss out on David Johnson, but you also don't make the mistake of drafting Javid Best, or Abdullah, or Joique Bell, or Reggie Bush, or fill in the blank....I say when it comes to Lions RBs, I'd draft in another direction for someone safer, unless it's a late round flyer that won't hurt you.
  14. Kerryon Johnson 2018 Outlook

    That's not much of a compliment....who was the next best back the Lions have had since Barry? James Stewart? I don't know if Patricia loves Blount, but I imagine that they brought him in because the Lions are traditionally pathetic at running the football, and he was an improvement over what had been on their roster in terms of a back that can run the ball. I am rooting for Johnson to succeed, but I am skeptical based on years of ineptitude at the running back position. I've read this story before about a RB who was going to be the "answer" for the Lions.
  15. Josh Allen 2018 Outlook

    I think this thread needed a different title....