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  1. As a Colts D owner who got a -2 this week from my DST slot, I can assure you there could have worse outcomes than what you’re weighing!
  2. I can’t imagine starting any Denver WR other than this dude, but I also can’t imagine starting this dude. For those that have to pick Hinton or Patrick/Jeudy/Fant, I get it. Playing Hinton over AB or Pittman types, that seems very risky. What’s his realistic ceiling? 15 points? Maybe 18-20 in an absolutely ideal scenario? I feel like 7 pts or worse is just as likely. And if they run option plays he won’t get any points for every option pitch.
  3. FWIW, ESPN platform has him listed as a QB, not WR. AND he’s on waivers til Thursday, which makes no sense to me because he hasn’t been owned all year. In any event, it’s an intriguing play for those who can put him at WR, but on ESPN you can’t. Good luck everyone.
  4. Well Denver is playing the saints this week with NO available QBs, so I wouldn’t recommend starting him. Royce Freeman (RB) and Kendall Hinton (WR) are the two being tabbed as most likely to play QB. Very hard to imagine Jeudy being your best option this week.
  5. Rodgers for Philly has been serviceable. Fairly low snap count but Wentz finds him. It’s not ideal but if you have a bench spot and want a fallback option if bad news comes on late Sunday/Monday for Andrews, Rodgers may be the only option out there.
  6. I don’t know specifics of his illness. But I know it’s Jordan Reed we are talking about. If everything sets up perfectly in terms of opponent, expected usage, expected gameflow, and you actually need to rely on him for production, Jordan Reed will find a way to be unavailable for health reasons.
  7. Same boat, and it’s a tough call. Also have several other high floor flex options. He’s coming off of injury, the two other top backs are expected to play, and it’s Shanahan. But every game Mostert has played, he’s been the number 1, and every full game he’s played he’s gotten between 11 and 19 touches. He is gameflow proof, and there may not be a more explosive RB in the league, in terms of being a risk to score any touch from anywhere on the field into 6 points. To me the question is simply the injury. Are they going to ease him in or let him loose? I’m not worried about the matchup. The Rams D is legit, but that just means more opportunities catching out of the backfield if the 49ers fall behind or if the run game is shut down. Rams shut the Bucs run game down, but the week prior the Seahawks backs averaged 4 ypc and Rams gave up 5 catches for 45 yards out of the backfield. Mullen targets RBs about 5 times a game but those don’t seem to turn into much. If Garoppolo is back that will help a lot.
  8. That scumbag isn’t even in the game on Bucs’ base personnel, which is two TE sets with Godwin and Evans wide. I’d love to see a breakdown but it sure didn’t seem like Brady was thriving in those formations last night. So I’m not sure how Brown is the problem. But regardless, that scumbag may just help me win some money.
  9. Very solid floor WR2/3 in PPR. Brady is still trying to walk the line and keep all of his WRs happy. But with the losses mounting, Brady is going to do whatever he is most comfortable with to win. My prediction is he’s going to start giving Brown the full blown Welker/Edelman treatment. May not be a lot of scoring but it’ll be 9+ receptions per game. Brown is just getting so open and Brady can complete those shorter throws all day.
  10. I am not sitting this dude if he is healthy. No way, no how. You’d have to have 2-3 other stellar receivers to even think about it. And, no, Will Fuller doesn’t count.