Griffin_Morrow

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  1. Me after reading that RapSheet tweet
  2. Dan Quinn throwing us fantasy junkies a bone
  3. Dumped to stream Carr vs. KC. QBzero never fails to entertain.
  4. Lost in the discussion of the developing “other situation” is the role Gordon played in Sunday’s game. The Pats ran Gordon up the seam for both his TD catch and deep completion - something they’d often do with Gronk as a bid bodied WR. Let’s be clear, Gordon is not Gronk. But I think we need to entertain the idea that Gordon will be utilized in this offense in both X and Y pass catching roles. His size/frame will fill a unique role that’s missing in that offense.
  5. .5 PPR 12 team league GIVE: Derrick Henry GET: Zach Ertz I already have Travis Kelce at TE but I'd slide Ertz into one of my two flex spots (RB/WR/TE) as a no brainer week-to-week start. Other RBs are Gurley, Devonta Freeman, Tarik Cohen.
  6. I would consider it so so news. Moncrief went for a modest 4/34/1 in last year's tilt with Gilmore covering him. Regardless, Gilmore's never a great draw for your WR.
  7. Ideal Number: 2 Actual Number: 6 Monetary Hit: No comment Fantasy always presents the best opportunity to stay in touch with old friends. Not to mention, works leagues can start stacking up if you jump from company to company.
  8. I'm ashamed of it but Derrick Henry in late RD 3 early RD 4 has been a no brainer for me this year. PPR value is non-existent but I have a good feeling about him running behind Saffold With that being said, I loathe myself
  9. Thinking about trading Austin Riley straight up for Max Muncy. Not entirely sure Riley will be able to keep up this crazy pace and I like Muncy's versatility in the infield.