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  1. The Falcons have nothing to play for. They have no reason to play him if he is going to be limited or a decoy. If he is active you have to assume he will be full go. No way you can bench him.
  2. They can clinch the division but they aren’t resting anyone until home field advantage is clinched. With both them and the saints at 10-1 I don’t think it’s going to get decided until the end of the season. Maybe one of them locks it up and they rest players week 17 but that’s not helping in fantasy playoffs for most leagues.
  3. I think his name is keeping him on a lot of teams. He hasn’t topped 85 yards and is averaging under 50 yards per game with only 2 TDs. Also first three weeks he had 7,14, and 7 targets and now hasn’t had more than 6. Seems like Chicago is really spreading the ball around. As Cohen’s usage has increased its really taken targets away from wide outs.
  4. My first point was a response to the poster I quoted that stated Thomas would be targeted by Cam because of his size. Just was getting the old point across that size doesn’t matter.
  5. He is the same height and weight as Ed Dickson, and ran a slower 40. We all saw the nothing Dickson did. And they still made the playoffs without an effective TE last year. That offense is built on Cams ability to make plays with his legs. He’s a rookie and was drafted as a project to sit behind Olsen this year. Also the loss of both tackles is probably going to hurt a little too. They will probably need to keep the TEs to block more frequently.
  6. https://www.google.com/amp/arizonasports.com/story/1312601/keim-time-blaine-gabbert-budda-baker-ir-cardinals/amp/ Cardinals GM acknowledges team may not even name him as an IR return player. They have 2 spots and 5 potential guy to use it on. Sounds like it will be used on whoever is ready to contribute first.
  7. He is on IR. He hasn’t yet been announced as one of their two return players. So clearly the team isn’t certain of a return. Unfortunately for the Cards they have a few options for return players.
  8. Carolina doesn’t scare me at all. Stats are screwed because of some of the awful QBs they have played. Tyrod, Hoyer, Cutler, Winston, and Trubisky. The 5 other QBs threw for an average of 260 yards, 12 TDs, and only 1 interception. Minnesota hasn’t faced many good QBs either. Brees, Ben, and Cousins the best 3 they’ve faced all did well. When Rodgers played them in GB last year he torched them for 350 and 5. Unless you already have a top 5 QB it would be hard not to plug him in right away. Obviously if you have a Wilson your in a much different boat than most people.
  9. I really like him as a one week play with Evans out. Jets have been good against the run and weak against the pass. Week 6 from the time Fitz entered the game Humphries received the most targets at 7 tied with Evans. Fitz looked his way often. DJax will be drawing the coverage away but his skill set doesn’t suit Fitzpatrick’s game. Humphries has a good shot to lead the Bucs in targets against a bad pass defense.
  10. No. 2 minute offense Montgomery is a better fit. Better pass catcher and better at blitz pick up
  11. Adam Humphries for a one week flyer. With Evans likely out he would be in line for increased targets. DJax would still serve as the deep threat to keep attention off him. Fitz is actually an upgrade over what Winston has been. Plus a nice revenge game for him. Jets looked good against the run and weak against the pass last week.
  12. I own and started ASJ and it’s not bad call. He fully extended his arm at the end to create more space. Might not of needed to do it is the annoying part about it because the jets DB didn’t appear to be looking for the ball.
  13. Not questioning his talent. But I don’t see as much upside as a lot of people here do. I don’t think the opportunity is there. The 10 targets in game 1 were a bit of a fluke. They threw it a season high 41 times. 3 other guys had 8,9, and 9 targets. Not like his 10 targets far and away led the team. Then game 2 he played most of that game before aggravating his injury in the 3rd quarter. Which they didn’t pass much all 4th anyway and he finished with 3 targets, 1 catch for 4 yards. Titans are run first team that doesn’t want to throw it 35+ times a game. Walker is going to get targets as a safety blanket while Decker and Mathews will be competing with Davis for what’s left.
  14. Yes. This was surprising to me. After Grudens comments about limiting Thompson’s workload I wasn’t expecting this. Even if it is only for the first series it might speak to a lack of confidence in the rookie. I love the matchup. Previously had thought he was a sure thing for 15+ carries against a bad defense. Now I’m viewing him as a high risk / high reward flex.
  15. They do defend the 4th most attempts per game in the league. But I don’t see that changing for this game. Redskins are big favorites and should be playing with a lead in this one. Obviously there is no telling how having Foster and Reid back will help. But they both played week one and Stewart and McCaffery both had their best rushing games of the year against them (which isn’t saying that much). I guess I’m not buying their front 7 as much as some. I think the reason they have held opponents to a low ypc is because they faced teams that have struggled to run. As I listed before they played 3 of the bottom 5 teams in terms of ypc and nobody in the top half of the league (until now). Most every team they played had their most productive ground game against them. I plan to roll Perine out on a week with byes he is a decent option. Should get lots of work against a team for whatever the reasons are has allowed lots of fantasy points to running backs.