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  1. Chark is my WR1, so he is not leaving my lineup.
  2. This is what I am hoping, as long as he comes through big in the fantasy playoffs I will be happy.
  3. Fuller has been in my lineup all year. I am keeping him in my lineup for one more week and if he doesn't finally have his blow up game he will be on my bench next week where he will finally have his big game. So if I were you guys, I would sit him this week and then put in your lineups next week.
  4. I had the 3 RBs on KC and just dropped Darell because of players on a bye so I would drop him for either Rojo. Then I would drop Beasley for Mattison.
  5. Even with the tough matchup, I would still go with Jacobs because he is the workhorse on his team. Cohen and Samuels usage is too unpredictable.
  6. 1. Sanders 2. Henry 3. On mobile 4. TY and this is tough one because I am playing both in DFS. I would go with Winston.
  7. Dallas D is pretty tough, plus Rodgers is missing his stud WR, think I would go Winston here.
  8. Go with McCoy, can't trust Nagy to use his RBs wisely.
  9. DWill practiced all week so he should be playing, so I would go with him.
  10. Not sure what is going on with JuJu, but would you go with E. Sanders or J. Howard in the Flex spot(standard scoring)over JuJu? Also, with Diggs possibly getting punished by his coach, would you go with MVS or D. Robinson over him?
  11. I made the mistake of starting him last week after the coach was saying all week that he might get some playing time. On Sunday, the coach came out and said Gordon would only be used in case of emergency and I didn't believe him and still started Gordon, whoops! This time, I will wait and see what the coach say's on Sunday to decide whether to start Gordon or J. Howard.