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  1. Leonard Fournette 2018 Outlook

    Deciding between Mack, Howard, and Fournette. Seems that many of you have the same dilemma. It’s pretty much a coin flip. I’ve had each of them in my starting lineup at various times this week...
  2. Lamar Jackson 2018 Outlook

    Just grabbed this guy in a 1 QB 10 team league. Other players available are guys guys like Evan Engram and Corey Davis. Engram might be the smarter choice for me to roster because he’s got a great matchup next week vs TB, but I’ve got Doyle and the difference between Engram and Doyle in my mind is negligible. Corey Davis has upside, but most of the upside stashes at this point in the season are guys like him who have upside but have already shown for weeks what type of production they can put up. At this point in the season, I’ll shoot for an unproven upside player over an upside player who’s shown for weeks that they’re not going to produce. Goff is my QB, so I’m going to need a Week 12 replacement, and he also has a bit of a difficult playoff schedule. If Lamar plays Week 11 and plays well, I’ll be able to roll with him Week 12 in a great matchup against Oakland. If not, I’ll probably have to drop him to pick up a more reliable QB for Goff’s bye week. But I’d prefer to get to evaluate that with him on my bench rather than someone else’s bench. Yea it’s probably a long shot, but is there anything but long shots left on league’s waivers at this point? If you have a bench spot, and there’s a QB available who’s door is potentially opening and he has the ability to put up games like 80 yards/1 TD rushing and 200 yards/2TDs/1INT passing (that’s 28 points in 4 point passing TD leagues), with even more upside beyond that, you probably don’t have anything else comparable sitting on your waivers at this point. Maybe an AC / CSB post, but just my thought process.
  3. 1 QB league. 10 teams, non-ppr. Jackson My QB is Goff, who has a bye week in Week 12 and some tough playoff matchups. Injury concerns for Flacco could open the door for Jackson, and he has a fantastic playoff schedule. Evan Engram My TE is Doyle. I’m currently stashing Engram, but debating whether I should drop him for Jackson. Engram has a great matchup next week vs TB, but I’m not sure if I’d start him over Doyle. Corey Davis My WRs are Hopkins, JuJu, Sutton, Baldwin. My starters are solid, but I don’t have a ton of depth. So having another flier in a guy like Corey Davis could pay off. I have room to stash one of these. Which one?
  4. Howard vs DET Mack vs JAC Fournette at IND
  5. Courtland Sutton 2018 Outlook

    So Sutton got the same # of targets as all year, and the TE got all of DT’s plus some of Sanders’ targets. FF makes sense.
  6. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    Yup started him for the first time this year and started him over Howard. You’re welcome.
  7. Tarik Cohen 2018 Outlook

    Going to be starting him for the first time this year (non-PPR). Sorry guys, <5 point game incoming.
  8. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    So is this more reliable than the “Buzz” feature which generally shows the buzz around Gurley being neutral (lol) based on analyzing 50k news articles, or the Boom/Bust feature which shows only two data points and extrapolates a player’s % chance of booming or busting based on whether they’ll exceed or fall short of those two arbitrary data points? I’m all for advanced analytics, but ESPN’s implementation of IBM Watson is a joke.
  9. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Per Pro Football Doc: I get the RB hamstring worry given #Cook #Fournette #Sproles this year but don't think #MelvinGordon is in for extended absence but not guarantee on this week. This guy is usually money on his assessments. So sounds like there is still a decent chance he doesn’t play this week. But sounds like there’s not longer term concern. Personally, I think he plays this week and is fine.
  10. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    There’s no such thing as “too much invested” in Week 9. Yea you don’t drop a 3rd or 4th round draft pick in Week 2, but by week 9 you have to make moves or you’re left behind. Anyone who drafted Baldwin had a lot “invested”, but that means nothing at this point if there’s better players available.
  11. Doug Baldwin 2018 Outlook

    Dropped for Sutton. You can thank me as well if his breakout finally comes. I’m not waiting around for it. Good luck.
  12. Courtland Sutton 2018 Outlook

    The way I view this is: Athletic profile - check Big name coming into the NFL draft - check Draft capital - check Good reports out of training camp and preseason - check Sleeper pick for fantasy before the season - check Has put up solid numbers while flying relatively under the radar - check Veteran ahead of him is traded away mid-season - check Yea there’s negatives (Keenum, and he’s still the #2 option), but he checks a ton of boxes for a breakout 2nd half.
  13. Courtland Sutton 2018 Outlook

    Putting in a claim to drop Baldwin for Sutton. Gotta make moves in fantasy football, and I’ve consistently seen good things about this guy since well before the season, and it’s only continued. Talent + opportunity = fantasy points.
  14. Waivers reset each week so that’s not a problem. The question is whether Sutton or Baldwin is better ROS. Yes I’ve believed in Baldwin so that’s why I’ve held on. But there’s a point where you have to let go. Seattle is a running team now and Baldwin isn’t even being looked at. What indication is there that he’s turning the corner? Interested to hear if there’s anything...