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  1. The only way I could fit him on my team is to drop Crowder for him? NYJ have a crowded receiving field, but Crowder is a sneaky PPR play. Hard to drop a decent bye week filler for a pure speculative play. Is Watkins banged up already?
  2. This reminds me of the 2004 Colts--- Reggie Wayne: 77-1210-12 Marvin Harrison: 86-1113-15 Brandon Stokley: 68-1077-10 Wayne = Woods Harrison = Kupp Stokley = Cooks While Goff is no Manning, he is doing his best impression. Very few times a team can support 3 WRs (nevermind an all time RB season like Gurley is having).
  3. So Far: Baldwin - 3 votes Drake - 3 votes Robinson - 2 votes pretty tight race. leave a link - WHIR
  4. Robinson (@GB) - Good matchup, WR1, but unclear where he is health and chemistry-wise with Trubisky Baldwin (@DEN) - Really tough matchup with DEN and a little banged up. However, SEA D isn't what it used to be so Wilson will have to chuck it (and not many options) Drake (TEN) - Decent matchup, will receive good amount of carries and targets. Not sure how Gore will be used. I have it Robinson>Drake>Baldwin. But not by much. Leave a link and I'll help.
  5. Agreed. I just joined a league 3 years ago with college friends. 1-6th place payouts, most points, least points, weekly most points. It's impossible to actually make any money, nevermind it is an extremely competitive league.
  6. I've never seen such horrible luck in my life (12 years of playing FF). We do have a good portion of prize pool going to most points, but my lead just vanished this week. We do have a decent playoff seeding rule to help. The playoffs seeding is top 5 teams from three divisions using standard tiebreakers + 6th seed is highest points from the remaining teams. I have a good shot to get that 6th seed, but the team second in points doesn't have a good record either. I think the bigger issue was the divisions. 12 teams, 3 divisions, 6 of 13 games go against division. 3 of the 4 teams in my division are the top 3 scoring teams. Whereas, another division has 3 of the 4 worst teams.
  7. As of last week: 1st in points - 1280 (leading by ~50pts) 1st in points against - 1303 1st in Breakdown ranking (total wins if each week you faced every team that week) 80% of games faced an opponent with a top 3 performance Record - 3-6-1 (tie was for league most points of that week)
  8. Good deal. Jones is solid (would like if he gets receptions more though). JuJu is nice, but will be inconsistent. Crow is a bust.
  9. I like Jackson, Davis, Drake, Adams and Powell. Doctson just doesn't get enough looks to warrant consideration.
  10. Paul Richardson (SEA) - pretty good ROS schedule, good QB, no run game, competition for catches from Baldwin, Graham and Lockett Robby Anderson (NYJ) - decent ROS schedule, average QB, some run game, limited competition for catches but volume is lower Corey Davis (TEN) - decent ROS schedule, above average QB, good run game, ?? competition, unproven commodity I have it as Richardson>Anderson>Davis......but Davis intrigues me. I have the #2 WW and am looking to fill 3 roster spots removing dead weight, so I could potentially get two of these guys. othere WW WRs available are Ginn, Stills, Lockett and Benjamin (Travis)...but I think the three mentioned above have the best upside. Thoughts. WHIR.
  11. I want no part of JAC D. Hilton has an occasional blowup with Brisset, but this is not the week. I am actually starting Hunter Henry (against DEN) over Hilton this week. Crazy to think that I have more hope for a TE in a crowded WR/TE team, but I see Hilton's ceiling as 4-50-0.
  12. Great......I have Hilton and Cooper. Garcon is my WR1.