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  1. Good point about position depth - and thanks for your comment! My other WR's are Antonio Brown (gulp), Josh Gordon, Chris Godwin, Will Fuller, John Brown, and Robby Anderson, (so I'm in pretty good shape, there, if I drop Kirk) Other RB's are Chubb, Kerryon Johson, David Montgomery, Devonta Freeman....
  2. That's the whole question, really? 10-team league, standard scoring (non-PPR). I don't own Gurley. WHIR, Thanks!
  3. H2H, OPS league. Smoak is red-hot with 5 HR in his last 5 games played... The player thread on Olson here is pretty hilarious, as the Rotoworld blurbs have endlessly mentioned how Olson is returning from a hamate bone injury which "saps power" (meanwhile, Olson's power does not appear to have been sapped...). This may be a toss-up, but I own Olson and am considering making the switch here... WHIR.
  4. I have the exact same dilemma, with one move left... Kelley has an 11/0 k/bb ratio which is quite nice, but Robles may be in a better pitcher's environment... it's a tough call.
  5. I would at least attempt to move Stripling right now, but I wouldn't drop him (if possible)... Yahoo still has him listed as the probable starter for tomorrow at Milwaukee. If you like YU, I say go for it, but I might aim for a slightly more trustworthy SP. Stripling's stuff is legit and he will def get plenty more starts this year.
  6. McDonald has been inconsistent since his return, but I think he'll have some big weeks (with a strong chance at a good game at home on Thursday night...). I'd take him over Reed, but I'd actually drop Rudolph for Reed, if possible. Rudolph is a huge tease. I'm done with him.
  7. Reed might actually pop this week against Tampa, but I like Doyle more ROS as a backup/ potential starter
  8. If we're asking for comparative opinions of his value, here, would you guys rather have Kirk or Larry Fitz? This week, and rest of season?
  9. Kittle and Doyle should finish well ahead of Heuerman, but keep him on your watch list. I doubt anyone else has grabbed him yet...
  10. Not everyone plays in PPR leagues, so those points totals you mention are arbitrary. When both backs were healthy, Michel was starting over White, and was the better bet for standard leagues, as the preferred goal-line back. This is coming from a Pats fan who has watched every snap.
  11. I'm wondering if offering Sony Michel would get me Johnson in my league (Keeper league, based in Massachusetts, DJ owner is a Pats fan)... And is David Johnson worth an emerging Sony Michel??