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  1. Probably Randall Cobb but I have Amari Cooper a** a starter so Cobb is valuable this year.
  2. Possibly, but it was during tackling, as opposed to McCoy carrying a loaf of bread around.
  3. My team is deep, and I am not sure he is worth a roster spot. If I pick him, wasted spot all season. Will he likely play, in feature role, in future seasons?
  4. Is Hopkins hurt? Edit: He caught a 20 yard pass right after I posed this question.
  5. I think he fits the Cardinal offense better than Johnson. After what he did in the Giants game, I think his floor is 10 rushes and 4 passing targets a game and the team will not be shy to use him in the endzone. So his floor could be RB3 numbers going forward and it would not be shocking if he split activity.
  6. I have him on a few times and on my bench on all of them, so I know how you feel.
  7. Chase Edwards or Pollard would be league winners if either of their team's main RBs were to get hurt. Johnson is dealing with back and ankle injuries, so he has a higher chance of being out. So unless you need WR help, I would take a chance on Edwards.
  8. That is a tough one. Profile for floor and ceiling is probably the same for both in any format. It really might be a coin flip, so go with who you feel is better.
  9. Thanks. It just feels strange starting two RBs on same team but I think it is actually a good strategy since one could go off but still combined they would put up good numbers averaged, so your team's scoring floor is raised with both, and both could go off giving you a high ceiling still.
  10. My starting WRs: Hopkins and Woods. RBs: Barkely and Coleman. Flex would be either Breida or Cooper. With Cooper's injury I think he is very risky - fair chance he could leave game at any time. Also Washington's run defense is poor, so I think Coleman and Breida combined would put up numbers equating to two RB2s and with both starting on my team, I would mitigate the risk of one producing most of their combined numbers. What I mean: I think combined they will get around 150+ total yards including receiving and rushing yards and 6 receptions and 1-2 TDs combined. If that were evenly split, it would be ~13.5 points each which would be RB 2 numbers each but it might not be evenly split while still being around that total combined, and I would not have that risk since both starting on my team. So with that combined value even without Cooper's injury risk, the better average approach would be starting both of them vs one and Cooper and the injury makes it an easy choice Anyone make a reason not to start both and instead Coleman and Cooper?
  11. Oh I read it wrong. I know little about Bonnafon. How is he as a receiver? If he cannot run routes or catch, he will not replace McCaffery. If he can, he is probably worth keeping as your team would be gone if McCaffery went down probably.
  12. Starting Amari Cooper and Hopkins as both WRs, need two RBs and a flex in half PPR out of: Damien Williams, Matt Breida, Tevin Coleman and Robert Woods. I am thinking Williams with Houston giving up lots of receiving yards to RBs, and both Coleman and Breida thinking there is no way to predict which will get the most usage but combined that should be safe for for 120 to 160 total yards, 5-7 receptions and 1 to 2 TDs, which averaging the points would be RB2 numbers for both. Woods is too inconsistent with 3 good WRs on his team and now the TE getting involved. Advice?
  13. Who is your other TE besides Howard and can you start TEs in other slots?