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Marquez Valdes-Scantling 2018 Outlook

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6 minutes ago, KennyWoo said:

Must add immediately if he was dropped.  (1) You want him and (2) you don't want your opponent using him against you.

 

You think Cobb is droppable for MVS?  This is starting to feel like a permanent changing of the guard in GB.

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1 minute ago, res077y11 said:

 

You think Cobb is droppable for MVS?  This is starting to feel like a permanent changing of the guard in GB.

 

Are you kidding me?  Cobb has been unrosterable for like three years...

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Just now, Jin said:

How’s his ROS outlook?

 

Boom Bust WR3 with nice booms bc of Arod. 

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1 minute ago, Jin said:

How’s his ROS outlook?

 

Just now, Zak0221 said:

 

Boom Bust WR3 with nice booms bc of Arod. 

 

Most likely. Still needs an above average game to gain himself a consistent role in a deep receiver squad. Especially when he’s still a rook with other dudes fighting for PT

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Yeah I’m glad I scooped this guy up this morning.  My plan was to roster both he and GA.   To see how this all pans out.  Has MVS Wally piped these guys??

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37 minutes ago, bgar15 said:

Espn already jumped his projections up 3+ points in .5PPR

Due to Allison “doubtful.”

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The hype train for this week has officially started.

 

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Mike Garafolo on Twitter

The Packers official injury report lists Geronimo Allison (groin) as doubtful.

Fantasy Impact: 

Allison picked up his latest injury in practice earlier in the week, making it highly unlikely he plays against the Patriots. With Randall Cobb also not quite right,  Marquez Valdes-Scantling is in a potential blowup spot in a game with an over/under of 56.5. Consider him a WR3 with upside as a long touchdown is always in play for the explosive rookie. Cobb's status doesn't change much, as he checks in as a mid-to-low-end WR4.

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9 hours ago, Red Dog said:

The hype train for this week has officially started.

 

Valdez-Scantling just reach the HARDCORE level of hype  :o

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1 minute ago, Panamared said:

I'm thinking about dropping Corey Davis for him!!!!

an incredible declaration.  Worth all the !!!!'s 

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57 minutes ago, Panamared said:

I'm thinking about dropping Corey Davis for him!!!!

I did the exact same thing at this time yesterday morning. 

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1 hour ago, Panamared said:

I'm thinking about dropping Corey Davis for him!!!!

 

I just did so, because of AJG bye and Diggs maybe out.

 

I just hope for solid flex numbers.

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4 minutes ago, KCJONES said:

Has this guy Wally Piped Geronimo?  I’m rostering both right now and would rather not be

Yes, and probably same with Cobb, too.

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2 hours ago, Panamared said:

I'm thinking about dropping Corey Davis for him!!!!

 

I’m a big wimp!! Not sure I can do it! Hoping Davis is limited today too and highly questionable! That’ll put me over!!

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I think we can possibly see him take a(nother) big leap forward Sun night.

There is nothing special about Geronimo (besides his name) and Cobb is just a shell of his former self.

The #2 role is completely there for MVS to run with, and you don't need me to tell you that in an Aaron Rodgers led offense that comes with massive upside.

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Just made the move, LETS GO!!!! MVS for MVP this Sunday night!!! I know that Green Bay will probably try and pound Aaron Jones and control the clock to keep it from Brady's hands, but I'm hoping the Patriots jump ahead, so this turns into a shootout. 

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