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  1. 1 PPR league Is it worth it to start JuJu against the L.A. Chargers? Currently, I have him in my flex spot and I have little faith in him dealing with a 3rd string QB. My other options are: Ronald Jones II vs Panthers Miles Sanders vs Vikings Nelson Agholor vs Vikings or search the waiver wire. WHIR - leave link
  2. I think this is a fair price considering Golladay's recent production. He's clearly emerging as the biggest receiving threat in Detroit.
  3. I give Fitzgerald I get Jordan Howard 1 PPR League MY TEAM: QB - Pat MahomesRB - Devin Singletary, Sony Michel, Miles Sanders, Ronald Jones II, Carlos Hyde, Nyheim Hinez WR - JuJu Smith-Schuster, Odell Beckham, Jr., Larry Fitzgerald, John Brown, DJ Chark, Nelson Agholor TE - Hunter Henry, Greg Olsen D/ST - Minnesota Vikings K - Stephen Gotskowski THIER TEAM: QB - Wentz, Brees, Mariota RB - A. Jones, J. Howard, D. Cook, M. Ingram, G. Edwards WR - Hopkins, T. Williams, Green, A. Rob, Cobb TE - Waller D - Titans K - Zuerlein WHIR - Leave Link
  4. I just got an email from him. He might consider OBJ for Ingram. He thinks Jones is worth too much, but I'm working him.
  5. I like your counter offer, but I don't see the other guy parting with Andrews just because you threw in a disappointment like Howard. Getting out of the Gurley mess is a good idea in my book. It sucks to give up a solid TE like Evans, but I getting Andrews in return will help mitigate that. Howard is a moot point (like I said, he's disappointing). The big catch here is Chubb. And getting him would be a huge boost to your TE's. If you have to go back to the original deal and dup Gurley and Evans for Chubb, I think that's a risk worth taking.
  6. I would play it safe and go with Gordon. Williams always feels like a big ? for me in terms of how he'll produce.
  7. 1 PPR League MY TEAM: QB - Pat Mahomes RB - Devin Singletary, Sony Michel, Miles Sanders, Ronald Jones II, Carlos Hyde, Nyheim Hinez WR - JuJu Smith-Schuster, Odell Beckham, Jr., Larry Fitzgerald, John Brown, DJ Chark, Nelson Agholor TE - Hunter Henry, Greg Olsen D/ST - Minnesota Vikings K - Stephen Gotskowski THIER TEAM: QB - Wentz, Brees, Mariota RB - A. Jones, J. Howard, D. Cook, M. Ingram, G. Edwards WR - Hopkins, T. Williams, Green, A. Rob, Cobb TE - Waller D - Titans K - Zuerlein OFFER 1 - I GIVE either OBJ or Chark. I GET Jordan Howard OFFER 2 - I GIVE Mahomes/OBJ. I GET Wentz & Aaron Jones Thoughts? Counter offer suggestions? WHIR - LEAVE LINK!
  8. This offer is really tempting. I think I'd take a chance and accept it. As much as I like Hopkins and prefer sticking with the proven commodity, Chubb is nice upgrade to your RB's, and I'm not convinced that the current scheme for Pittsburgh's offense is going to be sustainable for the long-run. I also like getting Waller over OJ, who has turned out to be quite lack-luster. If Chark keeps up his performance in Jacksonville as the top wide-out, I think you'll come out ahead.
  9. Too many choices is a GOOD thing in fantasy football, as long as they're all good ones.
  10. I don't think I'd do it. Mahomes has looked rather pedestrian that past couple games. Also, Rodgers is no slouch. I don't think the upgrade at this time is work dumping a good QB and a solid WR.
  11. I'm sorry to say this, but the only guy I trust to be catching a bulk of Garopollo's passes is Kittle. If was going to gamble on a San Francisco receiver, however, Deebo is as good as any.
  12. Jacobs - He sees a ton of touches as the primary RB in Oakland, plus there are injuries on the Oakland receiving corps, so he might see even more action than normal.
  13. Watkins and McLaurin. I know McLaurin is just coming back from an injury, and I really don't trust anyone throwing to him against the Patriots, but I don't think Coleman is going to make much of an impact in the crowded San Francisco backfield. In fact, I think he'll end up as the third wheel behind Mosart and Breida.