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  1. McLaurin is a rather obvious start in most situations/weeks, and there might be some garbage time stats to bump up his value this week. But I'd be worried about his health and the fact that Belichick might do his best to take him away given he's one of the few weapons the Redskins have. Not to mention the iffy QB situation, I think I'd go with Samuels and Sanders by default.
  2. You've got quite a good core of RB, especially in a 12-team. TY's a pretty nice upgrade. I'd almost ask for another smaller piece, if possible. But I wouldn't be upset for a Mack/TY deal straight upl, especially given Mack doesn't do much on passing downs for a PPR league.
  3. He's at 0-4 so he needs to make a move. Best players he has outside of Kamara are Kittle, Tyler Boyd, David Montgomery and Damien Williams. Not sure if he'd be willing to part with any of them to replace Landry. I'd really like Kamara, obviously. But I think he's going to try to make me overpay considering he's 0-4 and pretty much wants a new roster. His QB is Kyler.
  4. Definitely a risk/reward prop. Williams is far more valuable, if McCoy or Damien were to get hurt again as Reid seems to value his knowledge of the offense and blocking ability over others in the KC backfield. But Jones has more value than Wiliams as a third stringer. I question if McCoy and Damien can stay healthy all season......so I really grind my teeth at pulling the trigger. But Ronald seems to have overtaken Barber, so I think I'd reluctantly pull the trigger.
  5. I like Kittle too, especially in the bright lights of Monday night and the fact you can counter a lot of Jimmy.
  6. Okay, so two questions. This is my roster in a 10-team, .5 PPR money league.I'm currently 2-2 but have the most points scored in the league. Sadly, I also have the luck of having the most points scored against me in the league. QB - Lamar Jackson WR - Robert Woods, Josh Gordon RB - Christian McCaffrey, Melvin Gordon TE - Travis Kelce W/R/T - Wayne Gallman Bench - Deshaun Watson, Miles Sanders, Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate, Alshon Jeffery, Devin Singletary, Darell Williams K - Gould / DEF - Buffalo I've been offered Alvin Kamara and Jarvis Landry for my Lamar Jackson, Melvin Gordon and Josh Gordon. So two questions. 1) I should decline that, correct? 2) I have both Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson. Should I try to counter with something like Deshaun Watson, Melvin Gordon and Josh Gordon? Or is that too much?
  7. Ugh - tough call but I'm going Danny by a touch.
  8. I don't have a defense at the moment. Indy against Oakland is out there, who I'm thinking about grabbing for this week. Problem is, I don't know who to drop. Rex is questionable, but I'm thinking he'll play, so can't throw him in the IR. Is Rex the drop? 10 team, .5 PPR league. QB - Lamar Jackson WR - Robert Woods, Josh Gordon RB - Christian McCaffrey, Melvin Gordon TE - Travis Kelce W/R/T - Wayne Gallman Bench - Deshaun Watson, Miles Sanders, Sterling Shepard, Alshon Jeffery, Rex Burkhead, Darell Williams K - Gotskowski
  9. Team 1: Brown and Chark. Thinking Brown should have a good floor, especially in garbage time. Team 3: Lockett
  10. Crap, now I'm torn haha. Thanks to everybody so far!
  11. I think I ride that out. I mean, I'd see what Barkley can get you, just for giggles. But Ingram and Jones, even though they're both somewhat TD dependent, should soften the blow of losing Barkley. I'd really hate to trade him away for pennies on the dollar, assuming he'll be back in time for the playoffs. If your RB situation was worse, I'd think about it, but I think you can hang on. And yes, those would be my WR and FLEX picks, as well.
  12. Yeah, take that and run. Gordon's coming back, probably in the somewhat near future. Ekeler will still hold value, but not nearly enough. A flex at best.
  13. Ugh. That's tough, for me. If you can scratch and claw to the playoffs without Barkley, I think I'd like to keep that side of the deal. But you're risking a lot, by not moving him, in regards to getting into the playoffs. Given your current roster construction, I do think I do it. There's some hesitation, but, I'm not sure there is much of a choice unless you feel confident enough you'll make the postseason with that roster.