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3 minutes ago, JoeJoe88 said:

This is the dilemma I am facing. In full PPR, Hines may very well be the best bet. 

 

Hines is the only one I'd feel comfortable starting. And that's in full PPR. 

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I also call those Sundays and Mondays. 

So much fail in this post

Biggest scare is he "starts" Then splits with Wilkins   Or wilkins looks better during game and they go the hot hand

6 minutes ago, Mr.Joshua said:

Feels like a major desperation move to start him with Wilkins healthy and expect 10+ pts. All comes down to your other options. Oh yeah, it's also Thursday night where nothing ever works out.

Thursday nights ,have not been good to me at all this year

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14 minutes ago, Deke said:

Might just be calling Williams the starter to keep everyone else in the pecking order the same. 

Yeah, I wouldn't read too much into him being named the starter because nothing has been said about his usage.  Will he be the main back or in a committee?

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My theory is, the coaching staff feels the same way about Williams as we do when we find an unknown player that has a game. You can bet that having the insight to spot talent in a player that all 31 other teams rejected is highly satisfying to the colts coaching staff and they will want to showcase that talent in prime time. Williams, meanwhile is having himself an Eminem 8 mile moment where he is going to leave his dirty spaghetti barf shirt on the field. You only get one chance.  Wilkins?  What you talking bout Wilkins!  Wilkins will go 7 for 16 yards while Williams does a 19 for 142-2. Plus 37 yards receiving. 

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14 minutes ago, ArtistPain said:

My theory is, the coaching staff feels the same way about Williams as we do when we find an unknown player that has a game. You can bet that having the insight to spot talent in a player that all 31 other teams rejected is highly satisfying to the colts coaching staff and they will want to showcase that talent in prime time. Williams, meanwhile is having himself an Eminem 8 mile moment where he is going to leave his dirty spaghetti barf shirt on the field. You only get one chance.  Wilkins?  What you talking bout Wilkins!  Wilkins will go 7 for 16 yards while Williams does a 19 for 142-2. Plus 37 yards receiving. 

He went to Cranbrook, that's a private school...hibbity boo blah!!! lets gooooooo

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Started him in one league but couldn't quite pull the trigger in the other.  He looked pretty good out there.  The TD run was a thing of beauty.  Really did not expect him to get the amount of touches he did, and 3 receptions to boot.  Take your time, Marlon.

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14 minutes ago, jimithing11 said:

Lol at Roto blurb calling him an above average plodder. Mmk

 

ill take my 20 points however

Roto blurb writers have salty bias most of the time. Everyone is a plodder if they aren't a known quantity at RB.

A few years ago this guy nearly stole McCoy's job. And he was a legitimate sleeper candidate. I forget what the hell happened to him, but here we are.

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Didn’t seem super explosive, but love that volume behind that line. 
 

Haven’t watched a colts game this year, but hopefully they usually do a better job of not being completely predictable, which would help his efficiency. 
 

Thank you kind JW sir!

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2 minutes ago, devaster said:

Roto blurb writers have salty bias most of the time. Everyone is a plodder if they aren't a known quantity at RB.

A few years ago this guy nearly stole McCoy's job. And he was a legitimate sleeper candidate. I forget what the hell happened to him, but here we are.

I remember he got a DUI at some point when he was on the Bills

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Plodders don't score TD's like the one he had. Broke a couple tackles and showed the burst to get to the edge and punch it in. He looked great all night and when there was room to run he got chunk yards. He had a number of runs where he got positive yards out of nothing. And he was making tacklers miss at the 2nd level.

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