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  1. Who to play for my RB2?

    I think Clement if Ajayi is out. And then probably Drake.
  2. value of james conner?

    I think the problem is that this will be up in the air until Bell does return. If he's planning on coming back week 10, I expect that he's going to be back in shape and ready to prove himself for a contract. Conner has been good but he's not the talent that Bell is. If the Steelers are in position to make the playoffs, they'd be dumb to sit Bell to make a point. And if they're not, they could decide to run Bell into the ground. Again, the problem is in not knowing.
  3. I don't think he'd go for DT and Coleman unless you added another piece. I would hold tight. Other than probably swapping Godwin for Thomas in the flex.
  4. AB for DJ

    no way would trade Brown for DJ
  5. Aj green to waiver?

    hopefully, the commish doesn't have the #1 WW pick and I would do more than contact the commish. I'd put it out there on the public message board.
  6. Freeman trade value

    I'd try to counter by taking either Cupp or Jones out of the equation. He might not go for it but he's approaching you believing you will give him the best deal. Personally, I would try to hang on to Jones at least through this week's game. It's risky but I think chances are that he'll improve his situation more than hurt it.
  7. value of james conner?

    I suppose start with the Bell owner and see what he has. If he's not stubborn and/or mad, he would be the one most likely to give you max value. Also look at throwing in another RB if you can get a great WR.
  8. DeAndre Hopkins trade help

    I would not make that trade. For me, it's too much. I'd look at the other teams and WW for another RB. With the rest of your starters, I think you can absorb a weaker RB2 position. Hopkins/Morris > Collins/Demarius
  9. DeAndre Hopkins 2018 Outlook

    I saw the first game and Watson looked terrible. Having Fuller back should make things easier but the O Line scares me. Here is some encouragement from a RotoWorld article: Observations: Houston’s offense was essentially unlocked with Will Fuller (hamstring) back on the field. It’s an incredibly small sample, but Deshaun Watson has now averaged 296.2 yards-3.6 TDs and 9.4 YPA in five games with Fuller in the lineup and just 200.6-1 and 6.6 YPA in three full games without him. It’s encouraging that Hopkins still managed to lead Houston in air yards by a wide margin even with the Texans’ burner lined up on the opposite side. Lamar Miller has out-touched Alfred Blue 37-12 on 76.5% of Houston’s snaps but it’s Blue who’s buoyed his explosiveness (and one carry inside the five-yard line) into the Texans’ only rushing touchdown on the year. Miller is still considered a low-end RB2 due solely to usage. http://rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/82242/283/week-2-afc-targets--and--touches
  10. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    Sure...but I’m not going to roster 2 TE just to wait on him. If Burton shows something in the next 2 games, I’ll either go a week with no TE or feel he’s good enough to merit dropping someone else for a 1 game TE. But if it’s a couple of 5 point outputs, I’ll drop him with the possibility of picking him back up the next week. I might definitely regret it but I value my back up RBs and WRs more. As of now anyway.
  11. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    And they have the same bye week.
  12. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    I'll hold until bye week. But unless I see something different from the offense, I'll drop him.
  13. Tevin Coleman 2018 Outlook

    Depending on the game flow, they could elect to give Coleman more workload that Freeman to preserve Freeman for the playoffs. Coleman is a FA who they can run into the ground if they wanted.
  14. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    To the "Things going against Gordon", I would add the hamstring issue. Very concerning to me that he's aggravated it twice in a fairly short amount of time.
  15. Josh Gordon 2018 Outlook

    That would be great. But the opposition isn't going to be naive enough to do that. Everyone is aware of what Gordon can do. The more likely scenario is the #1 is on Gordon and it opens up Edleman or Gronk.