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  1. He's turning into Jared Cook except for the one year Cook had in Oakland last year
  2. Completely agree, but it all depends on the league you play in. Maybe you have a very reactionary Deshaun Watson owner who is growing frustrated, or someone that still hasn't replaced Brees or Ben. Doesn't hurt to try is my stance, this was the peak of the Winston mountain.
  3. I'm not too worried about that. Let's face it, Josh Allen is not a polished NFL quarterback. So he needs to do things like run or he's just not going to make it in the league, at least not anytime soon. I believe we were looking at upper-teens scoring if the hit didn't knock him out of the game. The thing with Allen is that he is ridiculously turnover prone, but his floor is very stable (if and when healthy). In many leagues he scored ~18 points in Week 1 while turning the ball over 4 times.
  4. I would sell this week if it's possible. I've owned Winston a lot over the years. If you have someone interested, sell him off at this price. Everyone thought to bench him this week and he went off. Next thing you know you'll get comfortable and play him every week, and then you will be scarred tremendously when the next 3 INT game comes. I did watch a lot of the game. The Rams Defense looked absolutely lost, and Jameis still tried to pull a Jameis and give the game back. the pick 6 in the fourth quarter was not a good decision, and as others have said he still has no poise in the pocket. Of course, it is QB so you may not get a ton. But I'd be floored if I could flip him for someone you can start at another position or a more consistent QB.
  5. Definitely have seen enough, time to drop. We have a pass catching running back on a team with a QB who does not check down. We have Hyde already taking all the early down work, and even if Hyde goes down now we may have CJA to deal with. The entire HOU backfield is a complete avoid situation.
  6. I don't know if he overtakes Hyde completely, but I definitely think it is a situation to avoid completely. They don't use their RBs effectively as it is, even when Lamar Miller was healthy he was a hit-or-miss a lot of the time. Hyde does not catch passes, so he's extremely touchdown dependent. Now we're talking about losing some of that volume, and potentially some of those goal line carries. No thank you
  7. I mean.... Cam being hurt didn't hurt CMC last year. I wouldn't overreact.
  8. I'm a buyer. I love this new system implemented in Cincy. it's very refreshing after years and years and years of Marvin Lewis. Dalton could have quite a pass heavy season.
  9. Well if you are going to cherry pick, Winston could've had 2 more touchdowns if Perriman and Evans each make 1 more catch respectively.
  10. Jacobs for me, better situation without the rookie QB
  11. I'm an OJ owner adding Herndon and stashing him until week 6. At this point there aren't many other great options. I still think Graham could see a high dosage of redzone looks, but I prefer the upside of Herndon
  12. Absolutely, the chiefs defense is putrid. Plus you do not have another viable option, closest is Miles Sanders and I'd definitely play Tyrell at flex over him,
  13. I wouldn't overthink this and just play your best, which is AB and Davante. Ross and Alshon offer no guarantees.
  14. I guess us OJ owners in deep leagues need to add this guy and start OJ for the next 3 weeks until Herndon is ready. I feel sick
  15. I didn't think he played too bad, I thought he played scared more than anything. If Evans brought down that endzone look (which for Evans isn't extraordinary) his whole stat line looks improved and he's maybe getting himself into the top 12 for Week 2. I still think the new system is a work in progress, but I think we should be encouraged by Winston after last night.