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  1. Don't overthink things. Tonyan for sure. I'm gonna disagree with the others on Cooks. He's very boom or bust. Edmonds has solid ppr floor with a decent chance of a shoot out potential ceiling vs Dal.
  2. I had the same dilemma. With Johnson out I went with Claypool.
  3. Todd Gurley @Min or James Robinson vs Det Can only stay one. Like the Robinson matchup but Gurley has been better recently.
  4. So I'm doing a little research because my Colts D schedule gets a bit tougher going forward (Bal, Tenx2, GB, LV, Pit) and found a few interesting cheap 2nd half options: - I know they've lost a lot to injury but man the Chargers have a juicy schedule going forward. Jax, Denx2, Mia, NYJ, Atl. - Browns are also intriguing with Cin, Phi, Jax, Hou NYG and NYJ still to go. - Someone just dropped the Bucs for some reason. I know they have a few rough games ahead of them (GB, NO, LAR, KC) but after their bye going into the playoffs they have Min, Det, and Atl...not so bad if you have the room to plan ahead. Any insight? I rarely carry 2 defenses but I'm starting to warm up to the idea.
  5. I'd drop Hurst and Hardman for a D and Ruggs. I like Hardman to have some expanded role with Watkins out but given your depth I doubt you start him for those few games either way. I would expect Hurst to improve but that whole team has been a mess so I don't see how long you're supposed to sit around in a shallower league. End of the day you need to move some WR depth for a TE or QB upgrade to take a step forward IMO.
  6. I would have thought so, but his targets have been very hit or miss all year. I would hope it's related to getting a rapport with Watson and playing some solid defenses but it's the one thing that gives me pause.
  7. How many RBs/Wrs do you start in a week? I do think Engram will improve a bit but agree that Hock is an upgrade. I don't love your WR depth after Terry (and even have some concerns there with the QB change) but Shenault/Crowder/McLauren should be more than serviceable in PPR. Plus Claypool and Johnson muddy the waters for Juju going forward. Unless there is some kind of Keeper format or you're starting a ton of RBs I don't see Dobbins cracking your lineup much if at all. So it doesn't blow me away, but I think it works for your situation. Go for it.
  8. 12 team non-PPR, keep 2 at original round price. I have a fairly high waiver priority so I have a decent shot at getting one. Which one is #1 and which is #2 on my claim attempts? Claypool had a monster game, but when Johnson comes back I worry a bit about his volume between he and Smith-Schuster. Cooks on the other hand seems like he's finally got on track with Watson and really only has Fuller to compete with, but has been pretty inconsistent. Neither would be relied upon to start right away FWIW. Currently have Adams/Thielen/McLaurin as my WRs and James Robinson at FLEX, so it's all about depth and upside.
  9. Almost impossible to guess how the Eagles WR situation will pan out but if I had to guess Reagor more impacts Hightower's snaps than Fulgham in a vacuum. Jeffery would probably impact Fulgham more but who knows when that happens/if he still has anything in the tank at this point. Goedert and Jackson+Reagor eventually returning really muddies the water though as I think in an ideal world they would love to play a lot of 12 personnel with 2 speed receivers.
  10. Obligatory Cook injury predictor calculator: No I don't think this is a bulletproof injury predictor but it illustrates why most of us grabbed Mattison. I'm dangling him to the Cook owner but also not going to sell for depth/bench piece either. He has top-end RB potential if Cook misses time, and there is a very solid chance he misses time going forward, even if it isn't this week.
  11. 12 team non-PPR. Keep 2 at original round price. Currently 1st in the standings by record and points, but worry about relying on 3 potentially overperforming RBs. Rank them, and any thoughts on if any of them are true "Sell-high" types. WHIR to people who answer both parts of the question. Was hoping to flip one with Mattison to the Cook owner but his RB2 is Taylor so...meh. QB: Kyler Murray RB: James Conner RB: James Robinson WR: Davante Adams WR: Adam Thielen WR: Terry McLaurin TE: Travis Kelce FLEX: Todd Gurley BN: Alexander Mattison, Zack Moss, Jerrick McKinnon, Laviska Shenault, Brandon Aiyuk
  12. 7th in the league in targets. Tied for 8th in receptions. Top 2 WR in standard, half PPR and full PPR scoring. I believe Carolina and Chicago are the only plus pass defenses he faces going forward. Hoping most of ya'll stayed patient and didn't overreact to a bad game or 2.