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  1. Yeah, i need a slap upside the head sometimes...
  2. Is anyone who has both Cook and Mattison benching Cook for Mattison? At first glance it would seem crazy, but it kind of makes sense. I could see Mattison being used as the GL back to keep Cook getting pounded on that shoulder, and if the Vikes get up early, they would be smart to take him off the field.
  3. Benching. His recent production, and tough matchup, just don’t line up with the projections in my opinion. I will say though, when I feel like i have good sound reasoning in decisions like these, the experts seem to be smarter than me.
  4. At least he leads the league in catches negated by offensive holding penalties.
  5. I’ve been debating this...realized Slye was on a bye this week, so I dropped him and picked Henderson up, will monitor the situation through the week. He may be a really good play this week if Gurley is out, considering the difficulties that the Falcons have with pass catching RB’s.
  6. At the risk of getting banned from this thread, I’m not sure he will be a great play this week if he plays. I could see them using him more as a decoy to open up the Houston D, giving the other WR’s more room to do their thing. This makes more sense to me, especially considering their quick turnaround next week. I’ll go sit in the corner now....
  7. In a roundabout way, me too. Crazy to be considering a guy plucked off waivers this week over Gurley and Stafford (for me).
  8. That is the conundrum I’m facing, thinking of starting Williams over Stafford in a SuperFlex league. I need to look into some updates on Stafford’s injury status. If Stafford isn’t 100%, the Chiefs will run away with this one, meaning Williams may dominate touches in the second half.
  9. Especially on turf. Best case scenario is the Chiefs roll early, and it becomes the Williams show to ride out the second half.
  10. So would giving him up for Daniel Jones be good value at this point? 😀
  11. Matthew Berry just started “Of course you are still starting Mark Ingram!!!” Translation: Automatic benching no matter who you have to replace him.
  12. I think that Bridgewater will be the "starter," but I think that Payton will be drooling to get Hill more involved in the game plan going forward. After all, he pulled one of the greatest QB's of all time off the field in games to give this guy some reps, will be much easier to do with Bridgewater at the helm . This will give him a chance to show off his "offensive creativity," be the "Andy Reid of the NFC." With Hill's rushing stats and potential goal line opportunities, he could be a sneaky play in 2QB/SuperFlex leagues.
  13. I was thinking the same exact thing, but chalked it il to me owning him for the first time, so I’ve never really watched him very closely before. He doesn’t seem to have ANY fire or enthusiasm, his body language looks like he’s mentally and physically exhausted walking back to the huddle, even during the first series of the game.
  14. Would have to drop Westbrook for Brown. Westbrook has new QB throwing to him, against good Houston defense. Brown going up against very questionable Giants secondary, and Josh Allen should be able to extend plays due to the Giants not having any pass rush...Brown should find plenty of time to get open. As you can probably tell, I'm leaning toward Brown because I lost Tyreek, and I"m a major underdog this week....Brown has much more upside. But hate to drop Westbrook, and no other options to drop. Thanks guys!
  15. I was really high on Hunter going into this season, but Hockenson has me really intrigued. I currently have a claim (#2 priority) in for Hockenson, but concerned I'm succumbing to the "shiny new toy syndrome." With Tyreek going down, I actually need major WR help (thinking about putting claim in for McLaurin instead), but wonder if Hockenson is worth the gamble. Would you stick with Hunter and grab a WR off WW to fill that need, or grab Hockenson? If I grabbed Hockenson, I would then grab whatever high upside WR slipped through waivers. Thanks!!!!