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  1. 0.25 PPR league. Looking to fill 2 WR spots and a flex. My order of preference: Kupp, Garcon, Stills. Kupp gets lots of targets. Garcon has a nice matchup against Detroit at home w/out Goodwin. Stills is high risk / high reward, but I like the matchup vs. NYJ. Also have Hogan, Lockett on bench along w/ Hyde and Jamaal Williams. I'm already starting Brees, Gurley, Conner, Gronk + K and D/ST. Any thoughts on who to start at WR/Flex would be awesome.
  2. Peterson and Landry. AD looks healthy and close to his old self. Browns will be playing from behind most likely, which favors volume/opportunities for Landry. Fournette may play which makes Yeldon pretty risky
  3. Lynch. Looks to be in great shape, beast mode, whatever you like to call it. McCoy is on such a bad team I can't imagine him meeting expectations this season.
  4. Coleman. With Freeman out, he will be used a bunch in both passing and rushing aspects of game. He does well when Freeman is injured.
  5. Sounds like you need higher ceiling so would go w/ Stills.
  6. I would keep Lockett until we see how he is used w/ Baldwin out. Also, Russell Wilson > Sam Darnold which tips scales in favor of Lockett IMO
  7. I'd go Coleman w/ Freeman out. Should get plenty of rushing and catching yards; would be surprised if he doesn't score a TD.
  8. I like Kupp. Tons of targets w/ touchdown upside.
  9. I like Stills against NYJ defense. Would avoid Cook for sure. Morris would be safest but not great upside.
  10. Conner and Coleman. Coleman does well historically w/ Freeman out.
  11. 10 team 0.25 PPR. Traded Philip Rivers away (have Drew Brees) for Kenny Stills after Baldwin injury.