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  1. INT on the first throw of the game, three total TDs, another pick six at the end of the 2nd, benched at halftime with 22 fantasy points...never a dull moment when you own Jameis Edit: I really don’t know why he was benched, it’s not exactly a surprise for him to throw two picks in one half. I doubt they’ll be more competitive with Griffin, but I’m also seeing a hand injury?
  2. I didn’t see the game last week (except for Sutton’s tds) but is anyone worried about the team’s passing volume? Obviously you were happy if you started him last week, but he had more than half of the team’s receiving yards on under 20% of targets. Maybe that was just game flow/having the lead but I don’t feel great starting him in a low-volume offense when he didn’t have a great target share in the first game with Lock. Obviously it depends on who you can bench him for but it’s only Lock’s second start, I’m high on Sutton as a player but he feels risky this week in fantasy imo
  3. kenny moore out, rock ya-sin and malik hooker questionable. firing up my jameis-godwin stack, gl to everyone tomorrow
  4. Just one out of those? I’d go Andrews or Powell. Penny is still getting fewer touches (especially goal line) and it’s not a great matchup. Thanks for mine.
  5. I would play Chark and Sony but Powell is close. I don’t trust Snell compared to those two, and Sony has had big games against KC in the past. He’s also safer because of uncertainty with the Powell/Montgomery split.
  6. Jones and Sanders is definitely the safe play, Powell could have a big game against Miami though. There’s an argument for him or Jones but Sanders should definitely be in your lineup, especially in the rain
  7. I was planning to start Wentz until I saw the rain forecast for Monday night, now I’m stuck between the three. It might clear up but I don’t want to be stuck with him if the weather is bad. Leaning toward Winston given the injuries in the Colts secondary but I’m not very confident—going up against Lamar Jackson so need a big game. I also have Godwin so he would stack with Jameis if that matters, they’ve had some big games together this year. WHIR, feel free to leave yours
  8. Definitely Carson, I’d go Guice because I don’t know how Buffalo will perform against Singletary. There’s an argument for both though. Thanks for mine!
  9. forecast of heavy rain in philly monday night, might be worth considering other options depending on what’s available in your league
  10. Definitely Winston, Jones, Sanders, Nuk, Evans. Flex is really your call, I don’t think there’s a clear best option. Obviously you’re playing Mattison if Cook is out, otherwise I’d go Mack or Samuel. I don’t have confidence in Penny yet outside of PPR but you could make an argument for him too.
  11. I think Andrews has the higher floor, Buffalo is a great defense but Baltimore can score on anyone. I’d go Andrews but it’s close, nothing wrong with starting Hooper if you’re confident in his health, I don’t own him anywhere so I don’t know how much of a concern that is right now.
  12. I think you have it right assuming everyone plays. Hooper isn’t a bad fill-in if Julio is out, so you should be ok.
  13. Definitely Henry, Jacksonville sounds like a bad matchup but they’re 16th against tight ends in my league and he has a much higher floor than Higbee.
  14. Yeah QBs have done very well against NYG, as a Wentz owner I’m a little worried (and I’ve considered benching him for Tannehill) but I’d still easily play him over Allen.
  15. Obviously a big week for everyone, my league lets the top seed pick their opponent so I’m stuck playing the team that heated up toward the end of the season. It’s standard scoring, this is the current lineup in case you can’t see my signature: Wentz Chubb, Barkley, Carson Godwin, Hill, Sutton Kelce I’m confident starting Chubb, Saquon, and Godwin, but I’m less sure on my WR2 and flex. I’m worried about starting both Hill and Kelce against New England, my season would probably be over if KC has a bad game. New England has looked vulnerable, but they’re still a top defense, and Sutton has been consistent all season with at least 70 yards in the last 8 games aside from week 12. I could also play both and bench Carson, although I think he’ll have a big game. Just want to hear some other ideas, fwiw I currently have Sutton on the bench. WHIR, feel free to link yours (and good luck in the playoffs!)
  16. Yeah, he can put up 20+ any given week, I’m just concerned about the floor against the top defense against WRs (at least in standard). It only takes one big play, but he’s less likely to get that play against new england.
  17. How concerned is everyone with the matchup? He only had 1 catch on 3 targets the last time these teams played—obviously it’s a new season, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a quiet day. I usually want to avoid getting too cute during the playoffs, but I’m thinking it might be better to stay ahead of the curve rather than regretting the decision on Monday (obviously depends on who you have to replace him with)
  18. actually i saw a gif of tiki barber once and LostAtSea is right
  19. Same question, I have no RB depth in a dynasty league and even an average RB3 would do a lot for my team. I think I’m bidding my remaining 24%
  20. out with a hamstring, hopefully more info soon
  21. Exactly 3 catches in 5 straight games now, these lines looked better when he was scoring every game. Probably better than anyone on waivers but I don’t think I can confidently start him at this point.
  22. It really depends on how much you need Hill, he’s probably just a fill in for the next two weeks and it’s not like Freeman was consistently producing. He could still have value as a spot start and potential stash if Freeman is out for longer, but I imagine at least one guy in your league will enter a large bid for a free agent RB with a high projection. I’d pay 7 or 8 percent for him but I expect him to go for closer to 15-20 in most leagues, you’ll probably have to overpay if you really want him
  23. His last three opponents are 4th, 5th, and 7th in defending fantasy QBs... in ESPN standard scoring from week 12 to 15 he plays Seattle (21st), Miami (27th), NYG (24th), and Washington (can’t see the ranking since they’re on bye but I assume they’re bottom 5 or 10). I wouldn’t judge him too harshly when he played three straight defenses in the top quarter and won’t even play an average defense from weeks 12-15
  24. Not a sure thing yet but he was expected to return this week—they’ve been inconsistent, but I don’t think I would confidently start any defense against Atlanta, especially during the fantasy playoffs. New Orleans is a top 10 unit but not matchup proof imo. Green Bay could be the best playoff defense this year—Washington and Chicago weeks 14 and 15, plus the Giants if your playoffs start early. Probably benching them for the Vikings in week 16, but I’ll be satisfied if they get me to the championship. They haven’t been great over the last six weeks (recent games against KC, Oakland, LAC, Dallas), but they’re good enough to perform in plus matchups and the Haskins Redskins might be the worst offense in the league. The Pittsburgh defense is a good hold, but I’m avoiding the Cardinals as a defensive matchup during the fantasy playoffs. I don’t know if this is a statistically smart move, but I prefer to start defenses who are at least competing for an NFL playoff spot—teams like the Jets and Browns (my last two streams) don’t seem as reliable, especially later in the year once their season ends.