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  1. I actually do think Cousins could be a sneaky start given the noise that his WRs are making. But Cousins has been so bad. I'd still go Rodgers, but if you're feeling frisky, Cousins would be an interesting gamble.
  2. Depends on the size of the league, but given who's available, I'm assuming it's fairly shallow. Deebo is probably the only one worth owning right now. Maybe Beasley too if PPR. I personally haven't quite given up on Pettis yet, but I wouldn't roster him over anyone else who you know will be a significant contributor.
  3. I'd drop Fuller for Sutton. With Stills in the mix, Fuller hasn't had the boom weeks we saw in the past. Sutton, meanwhile, is emerging as the top target on his team. There are also rumors that Sanders could get traded before the deadline, which would make Sutton the clear #1 for the team. I'd take my chance on that. As long as Hopkins is healthy, there's no path for Fuller to become the #1 for his team.
  4. I'm not so sure. Ekeler was already very much involved in the passing game, and Allen was still getting a huge target share. I don't see Gordon getting much more passing game work than Ekeler was getting.
  5. No way, unless you're absolutley stacked at WR. There's little reason to expect Allen's targets to drop, especially with all of the other WRs around him dealing with injuries. Meanwhile, the passing game situation in MIN is horrific! I wouldn't be trying to trade into that. Sure, it could be a squeaky wheel situation, but the offensive scheme that MIN runs is built around the run game. I'd stay clear of that passing game, personally, unless you're paying close to nothing. General trading tip: the side that gets the best player overall is usually the winner. I would actually try pairing two lesser players and trade up for a TE that way rather than trading down from Allen to two lesser players.
  6. You could also consider taking a flyer on Javon Wims if he's on waivers. With Taylor Gabriel out, he should play a pretty much every down role.
  7. I think I'd take my chances with JuJu in this one. I personally tend to avoid the NE backfield in general, but this feels more like a Michel game than a White game (but really, who knows). Rudolph has been talking about wanting to get JuJu more involved - I know players/coaches say stuff like that all the time with varying levels of truth, but JuJu's upside is much higher than White's, so I'd roll with JuJu. Help with mine?
  8. I like Eifert/Thomas more. DAL linebackers are the strength of that defense so I'm not so sure Graham is even much of an upgrade over Eifert (playing the softest defense against TEs) this week. Then it becomes would you rather play Thomas or Robinson...and that's not even really a question. Thomas all day. Help with mine?
  9. If T.Y. is healthy enough to play, he's a definite. I think I go Sutton for your #2. Denver is more likely to be playing from behind than MIN which means more likely a better game script for Sutton than for Diggs. Cousins has also looked awful, so as much as it hurts to sit the likes of Diggs and JuJu, I think that's what I'd do this week. Help with mine?
  10. I've got Kupp, Tyreek, and JuJu as my main starters (when Tyreek returns, obviously) with Sterling Shepard as a flex option and Auden Tate as a depth piece and AJ Green in my IR. I've managed to pull off some nice trades up to get Zeke and Mixon. Would be pretty nice to add Saquon to my squad...I think I'm pretty much talking myself into it. Haha!
  11. Grab KeeSean. Kirk was just ruled out earlier today, so KeeSean should have a larger role than usual. I'd rather take a flyer on him than the other guys on your roster given their matchups/situations this week.
  12. This is super tough. Either way it's a total shot in the dark. If PIT decides to open things up a little more this week (Rudolph has been talking about getting JuJu more involved), Samuels might not be as involved. My guess, though, is that they stick to a similar plan to last week given that it worked well enough to pull out the win. On the other hand, Washington will, without a doubt, be playing from behind all game, which means it should be the Thompson show in that backfield. Just based on the potential volume, I think I lean Thompson. Given how well NE shuts down receivers, it could very well be that the offense runs through Thompson this week. Again, total shot in the dark either way. I guess I go Thompson. Help with mine?
  13. Any chance Auden Tate or maybe even KeeSean Johnson are on waivers? I'd probably take a chance on either of those two over any of the guys you've listed. I play in a 16-team league as well and managed to scoop Tate up - KeeSean is still on waivers. If not, I guess I'd go Brown. Help with mine?