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  1. Traded Odell Beckham and Evan Engram for Allen Robinson, Mark Andrews, and $20 FAAB cash in week 6. I’m in the championship game because of it.
  2. I’m in the same boat, and I’m rolling with Baker over Jameis. I can’t risk my fantasy playoff matchup on a turnover prone QB with a fracture in his throwing hand missing his top WR in what should be a blowout. as I type this I realize Mayfield is also a turnover prone QB with an injured WR1. But at least his throwing hand isn’t injured, he has pass catching rbs, and the game should be competitive. Ok, talked myself back into Baker.
  3. Thanks for the clarity fellas. @vercrazy used your vid and post to close the issue.
  4. Rotoworld forum members, please help! I have a GM in my league that says he lost week 14 due to an error in week 14 for Deshaun Watson. Both he and his opponent say that just before Watsons last pick that he had 304 yards passing. Then he throws the pick which is returned for 12 yards, and 12 yards get deducted from his yardage total at 292, which is whats reported on the box score at Yahoo, ESPN, and NFL.com. We give 5 point bonuses at 300 passing yards, and the GM lost by 2 points. So if Watsons yardage total would have held up, that GM would have won his playoff matchup. Did anyone else see that happen? Should we expect a stat correction? Say there is no stat correction, and but the Watson GM wants the W. As commissioner, should I manually give him his points and the W? Anyone been in this situation?
  5. You drop Breida or Walton for Moore. Or you stand pat. Your team is solid. Moore isn't much of an upgrade over Green and he won't be a starter for you with Nuk, Hill and Kupp plus your flex-able RBs. Hold your WW spot til you really need to use it.
  6. You're not gonna get him unless you offer up at least Mack plus Woods and maybe even another RB. He's in the catbirds seat here; there are other GMs to trade with.
  7. I really like Pascal. Hilton hurt which should mean a lot of targets in what should be a tight game.
  8. Man, tough call. None are great options. But I'd go with Singletary as well. McLaurin with Haskins as his QB is a non-start for me til they show some semblance of chemistry. Sanders is intriguing, but it is against the Bears, and they could favor Howard this week in a revenge game. Process of elimination leaves Singletary. He's been getting the RB targets and the WAS D line is tough which usually means more counters and outside runs which is not Gores strength at this point.
  9. I would not play Sutton. Rookie QB in his first game against a decent pass rush in what is projected to be a low volume, low scoring game. No thanks. As for the others... AP... hurt and HASKINS!!! Westbrook... he's hurt; looks bad. And He's the #3 option in the pass game after Chark and Fournette Monty... Philly is top 5 vs the run and Cohen gets all the RB targets Crowder... I think this is a sneaky good game for him. Darnold and co. should be playing catchup and he's been getting 6.3 targets a game since Darnolds mono (LOL). But all that said.... I'd go with Walton. 18+ carries a game, in a low volume matchup, against a NYJ team with a front 7 in taters? Roll the dice; I am.
  10. Man, I agree Chark has been the better player. But this week, I'm sitting Chark. Against Houston, which is bad against the pass AND the run, I fully expect another 30 carry game from Fournette with the Jags doing everything they can to keep Watson off the field. Chark will still get 7+ targets, but I'm not confident he breaks 100 or gets a TD. Brown though faces an absolutely terrible Redskins secondary. The Bills D and the lack of Redskins O will keep this game low volume and low scoring. That said, the Skins do play well against the run and Gore/Singletary haven't been lighting it up. I would think they face quite a few passing situations on 3rd downs providing Brown a nice aDoT. Brown isn't more likely than Chark to score this week, but I'd bet on the volume more than the scoring. Go with Brown.
  11. Easy call for me... Engram. Couple reasons... Dallas is expected to score 27.5 on MNF which means the Giants will be in catchup mode and should be passing alot while Dallas gives up the 5th most fantasy points to TEs. Williams is facing a GB team that is expected to 25.5 points this weekend, so the Chargers will also need to pass, but GB gives up the 8th fewest points to WRs. Engram gets 8.6 targets a game, Williams gets 7.1. I like having top tier players playing on Sun and Mon night to close out my matchups strong. Another point for Engram.
  12. At full health, I would still rather have Cooks than Gordon. Gordon is on a new run heavy team, and hasn't produced at Cooks level in years. Cooks is hurt sure, but you're betting on future upside with Gordon. Why not bet on Cooks future more recent and more proven upside?
  13. ^This. Andrews has top 5 TE volume; the TDs will come. Graham is basically TD-or-Bust every week so you'll be praying for Herndon to be elite when he hasn't proven he's more than a sparq freak. Ridley and Singletary are intriguing, but to me, not nearly enough of an upgrade over any of the players you already have. Hard pass.