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  1. Trade Barkley for WR? WHIR!!!

    Barkley has more value than any WR. I'd let Jones have one more huge week (likely this one) then try to deal him. You're not gonna get enough value back for Saquon.
  2. Cousins or Trubisky ROS? WHIR

    It's Trubisky by a mile. Trubisky has averaged 3.5 more PPG than Cousins and if you take out his first couple of games it's considerably more than that. He's averaging more, and he has a MUCH higher ceiling. This is a no-brainer.
  3. Better add: Penny or Adams?

    I'd give it to Penny for a few reasons. More commitment to the run game, much more invested in him, and less competition for the job, especially with Carson's inability to stay healthy. Philly doesn't run, Adams won't be their pass catcher, and you still have Clement, Smallwood, and Sproles cutting into his workload. I could see Carson reinjuring himself, being shut down, and Penny emerging as the guy there.
  4. Lamar Jackson 2018 Outlook

    Definitely worth a speculative add, particularly in 4-point passing TD leagues. Now's the time of year when you're looking to stash potential difference makes, not load your bench with WR/RB 4/5s. If he falls on his face you add another potential high ceiling guy next week, but IMO he'd be at the top of the list going into this week.
  5. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    Be interesting to see the number of league winners this year who have Conner. It might not be at the Gurley level last year, but my guess is it would still be substantial.
  6. KC vs LAR in Mexico City

    That show is so annoying. First Take talks Cowboys ALL the time too. I just don't understand it. I honestly don't know how the ratings on those shows haven't plummeted. The range of topics they discuss is SO narrow.
  7. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    I'm wrong plenty so I'm not claiming to be some guru but the writing was always on the wall here IMO. Too many capable guys in this backfield, they clearly want Penny to be the guy, Carson was never viewed as their pass catching/hurry-up back, and perhaps most importantly, he simply cannot stay healthy.
  8. Brandin Cooks 2018 Outlook

    As you mentioned, I actually think it improves just due to even more involvement. Perfect example, his rushing TD in the 4th. My guess is that goes to Kupp if he's healthy.
  9. Chris Carson 2018 Outlook

    I said it a month ago (and was blasted). Drop city in a 10-teamer. He'll be unstartable ROS barring injury, and that's assuming he's able to stay healthy long enough to actually play a full game.
  10. Lamar Jackson 2018 Outlook

    Ekeler is a borderline RB1 if Gordon goes down, Ware is a RB1 if Hunt goes down. Martin is a low end RB3 with no upside that you'll likely never start. I want upside on my bench. I'd drop Martin in a second for Lamar, not the other two.
  11. Le'Veon Bell 2018 Outlook

    I'm not saying you're wrong, but what's with all the attention lately? Much more tweeting, back in Pittsburgh... Seems like quite a coincidence if he's not coming back. All this just for attention?
  12. Spencer Ware 2018 Outlook

    Every league is different obviously, so that would certainly play a factor, but for me personally, absolutely. I'm in a pretty standard 10-teamer. None of these guys would sniff my lineup, and if one of my opponents picked them up and started them against me I would welcome it. There are receivers on waivers who would rival these three, but if Hunt goes down Ware is a locked in RB1. To me deep bench spots are all about upside, not mediocrity that will likely just rot there.
  13. Would you Trade Conner for.............WHIR

    Definitely. It's an even deal and we still have legitimate risk with Bell potentially returning. If he overtakes the job you win this deal by a landslide, and if he doesn't return it's likely a wash. You're essentially mitigating risk.
  14. Spencer Ware 2018 Outlook

    Exactly. I'll never understand people rostering WR5s or RB4/5s with no upside when you could stash a guy like this who would be a RB1 should something happen to Hunt. You're never starting any of your deep bench guys anyway. All I'm looking for there is potential upside. Absolute must-own, particularly for Hunt owners.
  15. Christian Kirk 2018 Outlook

    What I really like about Kirk is the targets, and thus the floor, particularly in PPR. That's what would give him the edge IMO over other waiver options like Tre'Quan, Tyrell, Mike Williams, etc. They just don't get enough looks. He has good matchups the next two weeks so it won't take long for us to get our answer in terms of whether he's able to help teams down the stretch, or simply injury/bye depth.