Grayson2401

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  1. Is Keenan really even a good decoy though? Seems like most of the time guys are ran out as a decoy, they are usually a deep threat where a defense might be forced to keep a safety over the top. Obviously any team having to game-plan against Keenan is a nightmare, but I am not sure he possesses the same threat as other WRs do and likely is not worth the risk as a decoy.
  2. 10 Team PPR: QB: Trubisky/Jackson RB: Connor RB: Melvin WR: OBJ WR: Keenan FLEX: Golladay/Gordon TE: Burton DE: Jags K: Maher Just kidding. Basically my entire team went down in my semifinal matchup (two weeks cumulative score). And just adding insult to injury, Gordon went off and got suspended this week. Fantasy will fantasy.
  3. But it does appear ESPN has removed the hold and he is now droppable.
  4. ESPN has a list of players that cannot be dropped.
  5. It is Week 16. Just drop every and any player you do not plan on playing this weekend.
  6. Is AJ Green also a WR3? He is 33rd in my league in PPG.
  7. Are you also counting the games he was not active?
  8. In games played (even limited), he was averaging 11.55 points per game in standard PPR scoring. That would currently be good for the mid-20 range.
  9. He is that low because of missed games and limited usage following the trade. And just because he was drafted with the belief he could be a WR1 does not mean he was any less helpful or valuable because he was drafted in the 5th round range. He basically returned draft value (minus his immediate time following the trade).
  10. Of course Josh is not ranked in the top 20-30 in overall numbers. He missed multiple games and was extremely limited (snaps/targets) after the trade. That is like saying AJ Green was a WR3 this season because of total points. On a per game basis, though, he was putting up WR2 numbers. Not elite, no. Helpful, yes.
  11. He has basically been a WR2 all season. Is that not helpful?
  12. Who is arguing his fantasy productiveness? You are moving the goal-posts. We have been talking about Josh Gordon the football player, and whether you want to admit it or not, his numbers back up that his game has not changed much with the exception of his targets.
  13. So he is putting up very similar numbers to 2013 minus the targets but he was great in 2013 and is no longer elite now?
  14. Obviously much has changed. I am speaking to Josh and his abilities. Top 3 in YPC. Top 10 in YAC. Top 3 in YAC Above Expectation. I am missing the part where he does not warrant more targets.