the holy one

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  1. Grabbed Goedert as insurance, but i have no clue what to do now. Anymore of you grabbed Goedert?
  2. I must start him due to bye weeks, in a must win week.
  3. Was not able to edit my post anymore, but based on 16 games: -Volume. He has received a total of 59 targets so far, he is on pace for 135 targets. Last year he received 156 targets, so i guess you're right but he is still heading for his second best season (targetwise). - Catch rate. He caught 116 (75%) of his targets last year. This year he is catching 60% of his targets, so far. He is on pace for 81 catches with this rate. - Yards per Catch. He had an average of 10 yards per receptation last year. So far, that number is up to 11,5 yards per reception this year. Extrapolated, that would mean 923 yards this season. Last year he had 1163 yards. Just a difference of 20,5 points, fantasy wise. - TD per game rate. He averaged 50% last year, this year it's abysmal with just 1 TD so far. Huge difference.
  4. You were quicker to respond than I was able to edit, you are right . πŸ™‚ Editing my post as well.
  5. @Corleone, you are right, i didn't account for the bye and calculated/compared to 17 games πŸ™‚. The overall point still stands obviously, he gets the targets.
  6. Last year he had remarkable stats, but let's compare. The numbers: - Volume. He has received a total of 59 targets so far, he is on pace for 143 targets. Last year he received 156 targets, so i guess you're right but he is still heading for his second best season (targetwise). - Catch rate. He caught 116 (75%) of his targets last year. This year he is catching 60% of his targets, so far. He is on pace for 85 catches with this rate. - Yards per Catch. He had an average of 10 yards per receptation last year. So far, that number is up to 11,5 yards per reception this year. Extrapolated, that would mean 977 yards this season. Last year he had 1163 yards. Just a difference of 20 points, fantasy wise. - TD per game rate. He averaged slightly below 50% last year, this year it's abysmal with just 1 TD so far. Huge difference. ___ I agree he is regressing based on his superb year of 2018, but volume is not the biggest issue here. πŸ™‚
  7. I agree on the situation, but i'm not agreeing you can only play matchups with him. If he catches 50% of his targets you have a decent floor, right? I tried the matchup strategy as well, with Noah Fant against one of the worst defenses, which backfired (1 pt - 1 target). It doesn't make sense to play these garbage TE's matchup based, they just need the volume and this guy has it.
  8. Just traded for him, this guy has the targets. With this kinda volume in this kinda dumpsterfire of a TE pool, you're a fool if you bench this guy. I'm not saying i like what I see, but hey, I have started Noah Fant as well.
  9. Lol. Coleman and Breida carried it 27 times yesterday. That’s exactly 18 times more than Dwill and LeSean.
  10. 11 touches for McCoy and 14 for a guy named Darrel Williams is not really encouraging. I'm selling McCoy.
  11. There's always one clear winner with WR vs WR (or RB vs RB) in the long run and these two players will always be compared with each other directly. Adams is lining up with guys he's not belonging with right now, so in our cases (trading Adams away) we will lose a lot of value. When you trade RB WR vs RB WR you can receive more value, because people have to cross evaluate 4 players and it's easier to create more value for yourself. I also know my league, and that's the way our trade culture has been established for over years. For instance, when I would trade Adams away i would love to pair him with one of my RB2's (sadly, that's DamienW) but I am most certain I can receive more value for those two than Adams alone right now. I can certainly think of lots of situations where I would trade WR vs WR directly, but I also think these situations are very unlikely.
  12. A high ankle sprain is literally nothing severe and is just resting up. Had tons of those back in the days, after a few days you can put pressure on it again, after a week or two straight running is not a problem anymore. Cutting takes 1-2-3 weeks (depends on severity) and after that you're fine. Considering I am no Saquon and never had the medical staff a professional NFL player has, I am in no doubt he will be fine.