bpriess

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  1. Completely disagree, I don't think Belichick would have 1) drafted him and 2) easily let go of Gordon if he didn't want to use him. I'm not saying he's a lock to make an impact immediately, but I think he's going to get a fair share of the targets in the passing game if he's on the field. Upside is huge here.
  2. If he's activated, I'm starting him. But I also have Julio Jones and Michael Thomas both on a bye, so I don't have many other options. He should fill right in where Gordon left off as the X. He was a straight baller in college, his ankle injury was not serious, and he has Tom Brady throwing to him. With Gordon out of the picture, he's the biggest WR on that roster. What's not to love about this upside? Everyone should be stashing him.
  3. Torn between what D/ST to start or stream this week. Who's a better play? 49ers Eagles Panthers
  4. 49ers fan here. If you drafted him expecting him to be a workhorse, you didn't do your homework. Shanahan will be running a committee by design. That being said, Coleman is the most valuable back on the roster because when healthy, he's a near lock to be the GL back. He's a great buy low candidate because he has flex worthy appeal.
  5. He was a fifth round draft pick out of Boise State and he has a history of leg injuries. Bigger and slower than most backs in the league right now. I'm not sure that he'll be fantasy relevant ever again, unfortunately.
  6. I own both Gordon and Ekeler. I'm leaning with starting Ekeler > Gordon in my lineup. Volume is what matters. So unless they're lying about Gordon's usage, Ekeler seems like the better play.
  7. Stills is starting to cut into Keke Coutee's snap count. Stills played 32 snaps against the Chargers while Coutee played only 17 snaps. Bill O'Brien has praised him for his intelligence and ability to quickly learn the Texans offense. Through three games he's caught 9 passes for 164 yards and a TD. I'm gonna take a flier on him at the end of my bench just to see how this plays out. Fuller has a lengthy history of injuries and if he was to miss any time this year, Stills could play a larger role in that offense.