Daffy

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  1. This guy blows this season. I knew his days of racking up yardage was done but it seems the TDs are over too
  2. I just traded Devin Funchess, Ekeler, & Adrian Peterson for Melvin Gordon
  3. I would drop Brieda for Mack. Breida is always injured and still splits work with Morris and now Mostert. Melvin Gordon has the hamstring issue which had limited multiple players this season which could lead to more work for Ekeler.
  4. Sorry for the late response. I'm from the Kelce thread. Anyways. Don't waste your waiver wire on any of those guys. Grab Mostert and Tre'Quan when the waivers clear.
  5. Keenan has the better floor and ability to blow up due to second half schedule. Diggs has been busting lately.
  6. He hasn't declined at all. They're playing from ahead so they're controlling the game with the RBs and short passes to Allen. He hasn't been a TD dependent receiver his whole career other than his rookie season. Maybe he gets more TDs second half or maybe he doesn't. No one knows, but I'm willing to assume he does.
  7. John Brown vs Saints defense Or Austin Ekeler if Melvin Gordon sits. Who do I flex?
  8. I would. You def need the upgrade at RB. Even giving up Hilton you still have solid WRs to plug in. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/729035-trading-for-gordon-whir-100/
  9. The only other person I would consider dropping would be Godwin since you said Foreman is the IR spot.
  10. I would easily drop Foreman for him. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/729035-trading-for-gordon-whir-100/
  11. I dont think you need to make a move personally. You have enough solid RBs and enough solid WRs.
  12. AP, David Johnson, and Allen Robinson for Melvin Gordon. Fair trade or too much? My other RBs are Zeke and Ekeler WRs are AJ Green, Keenan Allen and John Brown