iretirefromfantasy

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  1. Minus the sauce, no sides or bread and it’s Keto! He will be good!
  2. Wouldn’t it be some voodoo type ish if this man gets hurt? Holy!!!!
  3. writing is on the wall, stop acting like this rookie is Barry Sanders. After a big Week 1, it's been a slow burn for Edwards-Helaire, who was drafted in the first round of many fantasy drafts. The rookie out of LSU hasn't topped 64 rushing yards or scored in a game since the season opener, and he's only once been over 40 receiving yards all season. Clearly, the Chiefs feel CEH is missing something if they felt the need to acquire Bell. This might be because of concerns about CEH's ability to finish around the goal line, and it also might be because of some issues he's had in pass-blocking.
  4. Bell didn’t sign with the chiefs to play 30% snaps. He signed because he wants to be the man and Reid knows he can be the man. CEH can learn from Bell and take a back seat for a while.
  5. Look what one posted in the CEH thread....comical! Read this from a KC Chiefs forum. They know the team better than a bunch of guys on a fantasy football forum. https://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?s=cb5e3c409b824c33b39b0a4e9ffdaf07&t=334343 To summarize, they don’t think Bell will hurt CEH’s value much. CEH was already losing snaps to Williams and Thompson, Bell will basically take their snaps. They make it very clear that this is still CEH’s backfield. He probably won’t fit into CEH’s workload much. The one place where he may lose carries is at the goal line, but he wasn’t scoring from there anyways. I trust what they say. They are very high on CEH. You don’t draft a guy in the first round to throws the towel in on him after a few games. Most of them even say CEH is much better than Bell at pretty much everything. After reading their forum, I feel better. My guess is CEH’s workload is similar. He may lose out on some goal line scores to Bell, but he should still be a RB2. I’d be more frustrated as a Bell owner. You likely can’t start him until week 8 at the earliest. Even then, he likely takes over the Williams and Thompson roles. If I’m a bell owner, I think I’d prefer him as a workhorse on the Jets than second fiddle to CEH.
  6. So if I make a chiefs forum do I know a lot as well?
  7. Why do CEH owners think Bell is washed up? They’re comparing ONE OF THE BEST to a 5 total games played rookie. My god, it just boggles my mind.
  8. Good thing you’re not a coach, he must see something in Bell you don’t.
  9. The Chiefs seemed to be dueling with the Dolphins for Bell's services, but it's not surprising the reigning Super Bowl champs won out. Due to the league's COVID-19 protocols, Bell will be ineligible to suit up against the Bills on Monday. That leaves Week 7 against the Broncos as his Chiefs debut. The question immediately becomes the workload delineation in the Chiefs' backfield, as No. 32 overall pick Clyde Edwards-Helaire has sputtered since an impressive opener vs. the Texans' bottom-basement run defense. That has been especially true in early-down/short-yardage situations, where Bell figures to receive immediate opportunities. Bell will also be a threat to CEH's bread-and-butter pass-catching work. Even if CEH remains the lead back in a committee, this obviously devastates his RB1 value, and perhaps even knocks him out of the RB2 ranks. This is not a LeSean McCoy-style signing. Bell probably has more left in the tank than Adam Gase would lead you to believe, while coach Andy Reid unlocks running backs like few others. Bell could claim No. 1 duties and render CEH a COP back. CEH would do well to put on a show vs. the Bills' underachieving defense. Bell arrives right as the Chiefs are losing LG Kelechi Osemele for the season.
  10. I don’t care if Bell isn’t an RB1 after this. At least he now has the opportunity to thrive rather than be stuck under Gases thumb.
  11. He sat out one year. 1250 yards last year. 1.5 games this year.... you can do better with your dumb comment my man.