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  1. Dalvin Cook is another to add to the "first-round RB, before the second or third WR" list
  2. Need 20.2 from Kupp in .5 PPR. Pretty sure this is a win-or-else game for me.
  3. It's not hype so much as "hope he gets traded into a starting gig"
  4. While I can appreciate the points you're making from a real life standpoint, on this fantasy football forum I'm ONLY concerned with fantasy implications. I care zero percent about the Lions' draft capital or cap implications. My interest begins and ends with, "Do the Lions acquire another RB?", regardless of whether that's via trade, FA signing, or some top secret cloning program.
  5. If Ty underperforms and the team then adds another back, it will be wholly irrelevant to this discussion whether it's via trade or FA signing. Semantics aren't particularly useful in this case.
  6. Then how about "...if he faceplants in a cake matchup then they acquire another veteran to take his place"? Drake has been popularly bandied about as a target for the Lions, so that's what I went with in my post. Drake's name here can be reasonably subbed out for really any available veteran tho.
  7. I have a feeling that Ty's performance this week will dictate whether or not they trade for Drake. If he balls out then it's his job for the rest of the season. If he faceplants in a cake matchup then they push for a Drake acquisition.
  8. It's possible to be both shocked and not at the same time here. It's surprising to not see any of Barkley, Zeke, or Kamara in there, but at the same time it's not at all surprising to see Cook or Chubb on that list.
  9. I like it, tho it leaves one of the oft-injured SF RBs to compete for your RB2 spot.
  10. This feels suspiciously like a brag post. If this has been offered to you, you should of course have already accepted.
  11. I'm in the same boat with Adams vs McLaurin. I'm just playing Terry and not worrying about it.
  12. I like Stafford this week and going forward as he's simply playing better football than Goff. Thanks for mine!
  13. That first trade is a slam dunk IMO, and I might be tempted to stay put after doing that one. The second trade is good as well, but Waller is such a big upgrade over Hock at a barren position that it would be hard for me to move him, even if Carson is a strong addition himself.
  14. 2, 3, 1 2 - With Kerryon being put on IR, Ty Johnson is going to be the Lions' starting RB for the rest of the fantasy season. McKissic already had somewhat of a role with Kerryon healthy, and should continue to return value. Walton looks like the best RB MIA has, for whatever that's worth. Should get you a handful of points each week - useful for byes/injuries 3 - Brissett is a better fantasy option than any of those QBs you listed 1 - You'll obviously want to get rid of Fuller, but neither Stills nor PWilliams are likely to add as much value to your roster as the other options mentioned.
  15. Absolutely. I prefer Jacobs to Conner anyway, and Wilson is an obvious upgrade on Wentz.