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  1. Hello fellow McLaurin-ites with limited options in leagues where Paul Richardson is already rostered! There are certainly worse dart throws than Quinn this week assuming Richardson sits. At least the targets are there and he is in line for some increased opportunity in a plus match up? This is probably just me trying to convince myself.
  2. 12 team .5 ppr Mike Evans, James Conner, Matt Breida & Robby Anderson for Lev Bell, Tyreek Hill & Christian Kirk
  3. Me too my guy. Another Eagle fan here with the same reaction watching the games. Sanders has been given plenty of opportunity and has looked mediocre, which is a little troubling. With that being said, I think he should have been drafted as a player that wouldn't really come on right away, so you gotta be patient. Also, the offense overall hasn't been sharp and I'd like to hold until I see what he looks like when that offense finds some consistency.
  4. Totally agree. Even if he isn't flexible every week, he seems like one of the better RB lotto tickets. Basically, he is the backup to two players in an offense that looks willing and capable of running the ball.
  5. So that's one starting tackle out of two. You may not be a big believer in Mack or Doyle, but they are starters (also, Doyle out snapped and out targeted Ebron by a good margin when both were playing) . We can agree to disagree that a team without it's starting RT, TE, RB and WR1 would be considered mostly healthy. Anyway, I don't think NE def is a slam dunk play, but should be a good streaming option.
  6. I took the plunge myself. Going against Luck is off-putting, as is starting a Thursday night D but: NE is a big home favorite (10.5 right now) in an game with an O/U of 49.5. Vegas implied total for Indy is 19.5. This is currently the third lowest implied total this week behind only the NYG, Bills and Cardinals. NE has a chance to boat race Indy, forcing a lot of passes and sack/turnover opportunity. This is especially true with how banged up on D they are (missing 2 corners, and possibly a safety & LB) On O, Indy is down its: WR1, RB1, TE1, 2 tackles (and some O line depth injuries as well). I was sad to not get the Titans off of waivers this week (someone bid up the FAAB) but am very OK with getting the NE D for free and streaming them tonight.
  7. .5 PPR 12 team Dalvin Cook + Nelson Agholor for Jarvis Landry and Dion Lewis
  8. 12 team .5 ppr Aaron Jones for Dalvin Cook
  9. Few trades went down this week in a .5 PPR Saquon for Antonio Brown Crowell for Manny Sanders Latavius Murray for Jimmy Graham Jimmy Graham for Buck Allen Julio for Chris Thompson, Marvin Jones and Tyler Lockett
  10. I did last week, but yes. KC passing attack bound to regress a little, and I like having a piece of that offense if you don't already. Probably more than one Hunt owner out there frustrated with usage and willing to ship him out at somewhat of a discount.
  11. We have a 12-team .5 ppr with a deeper bench, which means talent on the wire is generally scarce. Adjust accordingly. Enunwa - 26% (heavily bidded, 26% won over 23%, 20%, 19%, etc) Lindsay - 20% (also heavily bidded, 20% won over 19%, 17%, etc) Dissly - 7% Dorsett - 3%
  12. .5 PPR 12 team Kareem Hunt and Chris Thompson for Julio and LeSean McCoy Theo Riddick for Jared Cook