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  1. droppable. unfortunuately those who still held on most likely dont have better options out there. a little too late i drafted him as my only te. after week 1s game, i got jonnu and then dropped gronk this week for schultz
  2. he might be daks new go to security blanket guy. hold on to him and see how he pans out this weekend
  3. The Miami Herald reports Kenyan Drake is "available for a draft pick."
  4. drake trade talks. drake will probably get traded grab walton while you can
  5. keenum back at qb. starting mclaurin with confidence
  6. had balls to play landry today since mclaurin is out. definitely paying off
  7. ekeler could beast it this weekend against miami and gordon could still be traded. they dont need gordon
  8. So gordon is reporting. But do the chargers want him to report? lol they probably want to trade him.
  9. been starting him week 2 and week 3. feeling good about picking him up over hollywood brown after week 1 ww
  10. starting Million $ Terry for the 2nd straight week. im willing to risk it all
  11. He looked like the clear featured receiver this week and that's something that should continue going forward. Even when Trent Taylor (foot) returns, Samuel should be locked into two-wide sets. wait and see approach. wr2-wr3
  12. The rookie’s multidimensional deployment and voluminous snap count has him climbing the fantasy ladder. Trotting out on 88.2% of the Niners’ snaps through two games, he tallied 104 yards and a touchdown on 10 receptions. Whether on jet sweeps, quick slot hits or downfield connections, Samuel has displayed show-stopping speed and excellent break-tackle ability. His 12.1 YAC per reception ranks No. 3 at the position. He’s one of many examples why this season is quickly becoming the Year of the Rookie Wide Receiver. This week, matched against a reeling Steelers secondary, Samuel is worth your WR3 consideration. Look for Shanahan to creatively shift him about to maximize matchups, primarily working him away from Joe Haden. Assuming he does mostly square off against Mike Hilton (158.3 passer rating allowed) or Steven Nelson (100.4), he’s destined to accumulate chunk gains. It may not be Friday, but Deebo knocks the (bleep) out of the competition. Fearless Forecast: 4 receptions, 62 receiving yards, 1 touchdown, 14.2 fantasy points
  13. exactly. if you have spot for him get him. another good week and hell be waiver wire claim next week.