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  1. I think it's a solid team. In a full point PPR with 3 WR slots I'd be a little concerned with your WRs though. Probably would've felt more comfortable with one instead of Gurley since you have so much RB depth. Having Gordon/Ekeler is fine with me. Josh Gordon was a great pick late. Just lacking a true WR1 in my opinion.
  2. Agree. Definitely stretches out the field a bit more and opens up room for Edelman in the middle. The targets will always be there.
  3. I've finally parted ways. At this point it's either a DL stint, or he keeps trying to play through it sitting multiple days while not producing. Neither yield good results. I appreciate what he's done this season from a very low draft pick, but realistically his outlook is bleak from here on out.
  4. My league has 2 SP slots, and 4 P slots. Haven't been in a situation where that isn't enough to start everyone before. I had 6 starters pitching today then May got moved up. First time I've ever had to bench a SP that is starting because I physically cannot fit him into my lineup.
  5. Best Draft Pick: Moncada at 144 Worst Draft Pick: Miggy at 168 Best Add: P. Alonso right before the year Worst Drop: Strahm before opening day? Not much to go on here. At least this would've prevented my worst trade.. Best Trade: Correa/Senzel for Lindor/Clevinger (keeper years invovled) Worst Trade: 10th round pick for Strahm and Hill. I no longer have either of those guys.
  6. Well Engram/Boyd were trades. I drafted 8th. But flip Allen/Henry and you got the order of the top 6.
  7. Damn right My thought process is there is little to no chance that either of them sit the whole year, so if I can get at least one for the start of the season, I can fill in the other spot until the second guy returns. But yep.. It's sure a major risk that could nearly end my season in the first month if I can't get either back. Where's the fun in playing it safe though?
  8. I couldn't manage to move on from my potential holdout in Gordon, so I just went all in and enbraced it. What do you think? Too risky of a team/trade? My hope is at least one of Zeke/Melvin is ready to start the year, then Boyd can slide in short term until the other returns. Gave: D. Henry, Edelman Got: Zeke, C. Davis 10 Team, 0.5 PPR, redraft: QB Winston WR Julio WR K. Allen RB Zeke RB M. Gordon TE Engram FLEX A. Jones BE Boyd, C. Davis, Guice, Samuel, Tate, Ekeler, Brady, J. Gordon Obviously tons of risk here.. But was it worth it? My next order of business will be to try and flip Davis for another decent bench RB. Thanks for any help, leave your links below
  9. Jacobs first. You definitely don't need Henry. Just focus on building your RB/WR depth.
  10. Realistically you weren't using him during the first 4 weeks anyway. And if you were, then that means he's too valuable to you to drop. Strong hold.
  11. Definitely a hard choice. I like Juju a lot, so I think I'm going to say yes in standard. Barkley/Fournette is still an excellent combo at RB, and Thomas/Juju is elite as well. I have no doubt you'd be a favourite to win. (I also echo the statement that in PPR I'd have declined. CMC is too valuable there.)
  12. Lol that's pretty cool. Living in Canada I can't really imagine just having guys I own on my fantasy team just walk into my work. Those pictures are keepers for sure
  13. Thanks for the opinions from both sides guys. Putting it all together I have decided to accept. I'm really just banking on Winston being at least as valuable an asset as Kyler, and also just parting ways with Hunt who I would've had to find room for when he was under the suspension tag and not the out tag (he was on my IR). Thanks again