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  1. I'm not dropping him. He certainly is talented, from what I saw. Then again, the best WRs in my league are Anthony Miller, Golden Tate, Jakeem Grant, Tre'Quan Smith. Can only hope he restores his value next week and is playable, if needed, by the fantasy playoffs. He did start getting more looks in the 4th quarter. I'm surprised there weren't 3-4 targets, but Yahoo only lists him as having 2. He nearly saved everyone who started him when Carson threw a 50 yard pass with under 2 minutes to go. He had the ball in his hands but a Seattle defender knocked it out, which then dropped to Richard Rodgers who caught the ball near the ground for the TD.
  2. At least it's an easy matchup in terms of pass defense and Parker established himself as the Dolphins' stud on offense again. There was an article before the Jets game where Tua talked about the importance of his connection with Devante. It'll certainly be something they'll continue to work on. Tua did connect with Devante a few times. He just needs to throw the ball further down the field. If you're the Dolphins and you've only made the playoffs twice since 2002 (2008 & 2016), you certainly have to think they'll switch back to Fitzpatrick if Tua struggles to really get things going. Cincinnati is likely a winnable game with Tua at the helm next Sunday, but KC, NE, LV, and BUF are all tough matchups.
  3. Yahoo has him projected for 7.73 fantasy points next week, as the 14th highest projected kicker. Sad. Gotta up bought up that up to at least 10. He hasn't scored under 12 since week 7.
  4. He also had an injury scare in the first half and had to wear something for his knee. Didn't stop him from kicking 3 more FGs though.
  5. Need help deciding on my flex spot. Option #1: Zack Moss vs LAC, 1pm Sunday Bills are coming off their bye. Chargers are in the bottom half of league against the run. Bills may commit to run. Could be high scoring, more redzone opportunities. Option #2: Dallas Goedert vs SEA, 8:20pm Monday Goedert looked like Wentz's best connection against the Browns. With that said, I have Fulgham also, and will have to start Fulgham with both Marquise Brown & JuJu being up in the air for Tuesday. Don't necessarily want to stack Eagles and depend on Wentz (despite being an Eagles fan). With that said, the Seahawks also have the league's worst pass defense and it looks like the rain might be cleared up before gametime. Wentz might also need to prove himself and will finally see a game with decent weather (Cowboys & Browns game both had terrible weather).
  6. I have 4 start/sit decisions for tomorrow. QB (Pick One) 1. Justin Herbert (vs. NYJ, 4th worst pass defense, weather: dome) note: Jets coming off bye week & might be motivated not to go 0-16 (if it even matters) 2. Lamar Jackson (vs. TEN, 8th worst pass defense, weather: 35% chance of rain) note: Titans bumped Ravens from playoffs last year WR (Pick Two): 1. Devante Parker (@DEN, middle of pack Broncos defense, weather: sunny); rapport with Tua might develop 2. Robby Anderson (vs DET, middle of pack Lions defense, weather: dome); one of the 1st easy matchups in a while for Robby but QB situation unknown 3. Travis Fulgham (@CLE, bad Browns pass defense, weather: 90% chance of rain); possible rain game 4. Marquise Brown (vs. TEN, bad Titans pass defense, weather: 35% chance of rain) TE (Pick One): 1. Dallas Goedert (@CLE, bad Browns pass defense, weather: 90% chance of rain ; possible rain game 2. TJ Hockenson (vs DET, middle of pack Lions defense, weather: dome); note: played through a toe injury last week