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  1. .5 PPR, 12 team Starting lineup 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 2 FLEX, 1 TE, 1 D/ST, 1 K QBs - Josh Allen, R. Tannehill RB - Kamara, C. Carson, M. Sanders, K. Drake, D. Swift, Justin Jackson, L. Murray, J. Hasty (temporary with Sanders on IR) WR - Mclaurin, R. Woods, Boyd, Antonio Brown (IR) TE H. Hurst D/ST Colts, Chargers (bye week fill in) K Butker I think I'm very much set at RB, even having Kamara's backup. I feel I can play matchups with Tannehill and Allen at QB. Wide receiver at first glance is a bit of a weakness, especially compared to RB. I most recently offered a deal of Boyd and Swift for Golladay and Hunter Henry, but the other owner balked. He is interested in Swift for Henry. My bye weeks are mostly filled for the rest of the season. Week 9 looks pretty rough for WR, but that coincidentally coincides with Antonio Brown allegedly being able to play his first game of the season. In free agency, I have Sterling Shepherd and John Brown as emergency options. So, should I attempt to sap some of my RB depth for a WR or TE upgrade? Colts defense has a pretty rough stretch coming up, and I don't exactly trust the Chargers defense. Maybe a more permanent defensive upgrade wouldn't be a bad idea? I guess streaming would be the way to go if all else fails. The Michael Thomas owner is 1-5 and a bit in dire straits. I was thinking I could probably put together a package for Thomas, Tonyan, and the Bucs D. What would be a realistic offer he would accept?
  2. Rams dropped him for a reason. He was brutal last year.
  3. Might be time for Butker to ride the waiver wire in a lot of leagues. Dude is 2019 Zuerlein right now.
  4. No use in trading Bell unless you need help immediately. Wait until he goes to a team and hedge your bets that it is a good one. He either immediately becomes immensely more valuable and you can get more for him, or he's starting and productive for you in the flex or RB spots.
  5. Zach Moss is waiver wire fodder barring injury. I don't even think he'd get a bellcow role if Singletary got hurt with Yeldon taking passing down work. Keep in mind that Josh Allen is the goalline back of the team more or less. Barring injuries from Ingram/Edwards, that really seems like a committee for the year in Baltimore. Plus, Lamar takes a lot of the rushing work. I'd try to trade; otherwise, dump both.
  6. 12-man, .5 PPR 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 2 FLEX, 1 TE, 1 D, 1 K, 6 bench My team QB J. Allen, Tannehill RB Kamara, Carson, M. Sanders, K. Drake, Justin Jackson, Latavius Murray, De'Andre Swift, Bennie Snell WR McLaurin, Woods, Boyd, Antonio Brown (IR) TE Hayden Hurst K Butker D/ST Colts I trade QB Josh Allen RB B. Snell I receive WR Chris Godwin RB Phillip Lindsay I then trade QB Tannehill RB K Drake RB J. Jackson I receive QB Aaron Rodgers TE Noah Fant Team after QB Rodgers RB Kamara, Carson, Sanders, Lindsay, Murray, Swift WR Godwin, McLaurin, Woods, Boyd, An. Brown (IR) TE Fant/Hurst K Butker D/ST Colts 1 free bench slot (Should note the Rodgers owner has Russell Wilson and has already agreed to the trade, and the person who would be receiving J. Allen just lost Prescott. I just need him to agree to the trade.)
  7. Down by 4. I have Josh Allen. He has Jonnu Smith. I lose if it's randomly cancelled.
  8. Guy has been a top 15 WR in most formats. What's there to hate?
  9. Fournette probably drop city with these performances
  10. Boyd v BAL Drake v NYJ Miles Sanders v PITT
  11. Gaskin will never score a TD for you. Drop him.
  12. I will be the 15th person to say easy yes with your RB depth.