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  1. Needed 35 out of Kamara and Saints D. Gonna put up 175 in .75ppr with 9 roster slots... and lose
  2. My opponent's team is blowing up, all in the 1 PM slot +Ingram thursday, so I'm gonna need my two 1 pm guys, Jameis and Godwin, to combine for at least 60...
  3. I have a sick feeling I'm going to be seeing a lot of this game on Redzone as I go up against Wilson and Carson
  4. Stick to your board. Make decisions based on what you think will happen, not what you hope will happen.
  5. Top 12 averages by position (.5 ppr): QB: (3671.86/157) 23.39 ppg RB: (2641.8/158) 16.72 ppg +RB2: (4285.82/314) 13.65 ppg WR: (2294.02/156) 14.71 ppg +WR2: (4168.46/312) 13.36 ppg TE: (1433.4/157) 9.13 ppg DST: (2037/158) 12.89 ppg QB, RB, TE, DST include Jackson, Ingram, Bell, Andrews, Ravens, Jets, who have played 1 more game than other players/teams
  6. In my auction league (.5ppr, 6 put all TDs, $200 draft budget) 1. L. Jackson: 452.11, $7 2. D. Watson: 342.0, $17 3. C. McCaffrey: 335.6, $63 14. D. Cook: 260.1, $46 17. *NE DST: 249.0, $1 19. M. Thomas: 244.0, $46 20. D. Henry: 237.9, $23 26. C. Godwin: 218.5, $25 30. *SF DST: 211.0, $1 Jackson is +110.11 vs #2 overall/QB (having played 1 more game). 32.39 ppg vs 26.31 ppg for Watson. +6.08 ppg McCaffrey is +75.5 vs #2 RB. 25.82 ppg vs 20.01 ppg for Cook. +5.81 ppg Thomas is +25.5 vs #2 WR. 18.77 ppg vs 16.81 ppg for Godwin. +1.96 ppg *NE DST is +38 vs #2 DST. 19.15 ppg vs 16.23 ppg for NE DST. +2.92 ppg Jackson has scored (452.11/7) 64.59 points per dollar. (32.39/7) 4.63 ppg/$ Watson (342.0/17) 20.12 points/$. (26.31/17) 1.55 ppg/$ McCaffrey (335.6/63) 5.33 points/$. (25.82/63) 0.41 ppg/$ Cook (260.1/46) 5.65 points/$. (20.01/46) 0.44 ppg/$ Henry (237.9/23) 10.34 points/$. (18.3/23) 0.80 ppg/$ Thomas (244/46) 5.30 points/$. (18.77/46) 0.41 ppg/$ Godwin (218.5/25) 8.74 points/$. (16.81/25) 0.67 ppg/$ Summary: Jackson and McCaffrey give you a similar ppg (about 6 ppg) advantage over the position #2, with Jackson +6.57 ppg over McCaffrey. In my league, Jackson is a whopping +3.08 ppg/$ ahead of the #2 QB and +4.22 ppg/$ ahead of McCaffrey. Comparing Henry to McCaffrey is even more interesting. McCaffrey has a +7.5 ppg advantage over Henry, but Henry almost doubles McCaffrey's (and Cook's) "value score" with a +0.39 ppg/$ lead (.80 ppg/$ - .41 ppg/$). *For the sake of this discussion, I'm leaving the DSTs out of it. An argument can certainly be made for NE DST. My ballot: 1. Lamar Jackson 2. Christian McCaffrey 3. Derek Henry
  7. He's averaged 36.4 since the bye Low of 25.05 High of 46.83