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  1. I would drop the Chargers for the Bears and pick up Jones -- probably would drop Winston, McCoy, or Kirk.
  2. I'd go Gallup, based largely on how SF DST is playing and how unimpressive he's been. Probably Woods has higher floor though. Help?
  3. The side that gets Gordon; Brown is likely a dropoff from Woods, but by no means certainly. Help?
  4. Not at all; I would tend to start Coleman over him, but I would not start Ridley. Help?
  5. I'd say Gordon and Evans. I *want* it to be Breida, but Coleman confuses things; Ekeler has the same issue, but not as severely. Thanks on mine.
  6. Team in signature. Basically, Waller and Buff DST are on byes so I have no TE or DST. Extremely short benches, horrible record now (but truthfully, this week may also be lost cause). 1/ For TE, can pick up Everett. But who to drop? Or just skip the 3-6 points likely? 2/ For DST, could get TEN, WAS (against Miami), SF (but against Rams), GB (but against Det), PHIL (but against Minn). Which, and who to drop? Or just skip the negative to 10 points likely, and hold? WHIR.
  7. Just to be clear, if we're talking FLEX, there are three candidates: Hollywood, Breida, or Mixon.
  8. Why is everyone prioritizing setting their own lineup over advising me on mine?????
  9. I'd say Gordon, then Mostert, then Jacobs.
  10. I get where you're coming from, but Mixon. Sanders has also been bad, and his role is far less certain.
  11. Don't flinch due to weather or injuries. Mack/Andrews.
  12. Well, to your credit, this is NOT the conventional read . . . which would have Hollywood lose out on the WR slot, and then lose out to either Mixon or Breida on the flex. Others?
  13. I'd go Darwin. That wouldn't be the right call if you were depending on either. But given your other RBs, you are interested in stashing a HR candidate, and Thompson isn't that. The fact that this is PPR makes this much closer, but even then.