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- Reply to ADHDBoy54 Oct 24, 2014 4:52 PMRomoSexual RomoSexual Oct 24, 2014 5:52 PM Flag
This might not be popular but I'm going with McCoy all day. He's a stud RB and as much as he might be having some issues, I think he's safe to get a ton of snaps particularly with Sproles injuries.
I've got Julio Jones and Sammy Watkins in a Standard scoring league so I should be all set right?
I was able to get Denard Robinson off the waiver wire and I can plug him into the WR spot even though he'll be getting the start at RB.
Should I stick with a hot Sammy Watkins at WR2 or take a chance on D. Robinson?
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 4:43 PM Flag
Depends who you have to backup Jeffrey currently. If they compare to Watkins and Hurns go with what you've got. I like Hurns until Cecil Shorts comes back and Watkins has a lot of potential. Also, it depends on who you'd have to drop from your roster to make room. It might not be worth it. Good luck!
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 4:40 PM Flag
Stafford is too good to bench in my opinion regardless of the defense. So many weapons that he can throw to and he throws even when they are winning.
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 11:52 AM Flag
Why all the RBs? Maybe cut it down a bit. You don't really need (or want) Ridley, its Graham that's the centerpiece. Counteroffer two of the RBs for Graham. Perhaps Ellington and Asiata for Graham?
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 11:47 AM Flag
Looking for two RBs out of this group:
R. Jennings, F. Jax. L. Miller, S. Greene, or M. Asiata
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:44 AM Flag
Ugh, I had the same problem last week with playing too many Eagles. I go with Jennings and Benjamin. Jennings had a pretty solid game and is going to be their workhorse. Was surprised he even got goal line work. Benjamin had an amazing game with their backup QB and this game is going to be a shootout with the Lions. I don't trust the elderly Fitzgerald and Colston's too much. They are too unpredictable meaning they will either get you 4 points or 17 points but there's really no in between. I prefer consistency.
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:41 AM Flag
I agree with Greg. If you have been offered two active, successfully, QB1/RB2/3 fantasy players for someone who may lose the season. Take it.
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:39 AM Flag
I hate to do this but CJ?K would be my choice. Only because I think he's more likely to catch a ball than Gore is (I think he had about 5 catches last game).
- Reply to RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:21 AMRomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:35 AM Flag
Thanks. Thats what my gut was telling me but Asiata is tempting considering Peterson is out. I hate to capitalize on a tragedy but...
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:28 AM Flag
Why not try to trade him? I like Bush in PPR formats but in standard leagues he's too risky. With the talent you have (plus you can still get Moreno), you are all set at RB. Why not try to upgrade somewhere else?
- RomoSexual by RomoSexual Sep 13, 2014 8:21 AM Flag
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 11, 2014 6:45 PM Flag
Cooks, Gore, and Bush.
Colston is unpredictable and you never know when he's going to get points or be ignored entirely. Gore and Bush are going to be factors in their games. Forsett is a bit of a wild card but Pierce could be more involved than we think (even though he was benched). Even when Ridley plays Vereen is the Patriots real "starter". and I think West will start but I think the Saints pound them into the ground and they have to throw more to catch up. Bush will certainly have a tough matchup but I think Carolina is going to be so busy focusing on Johnson and Tate that Bush and Bell are going to have great games.
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 11, 2014 6:40 PM Flag
Yup. I'd take that. Best TE in the league (unless if you think he's a WR :-)) Randall Cobb did pretty well against a very difficult Seattle defense so I have reason to believe he'll do well. Davis won't play like that all season (opposing defenses will make sure of that) and Patterson is going to be good the net gain is too much to ignore.
- RomoSexual RomoSexual Sep 11, 2014 6:34 PM Flag
I'm not sure I'd sit Allen versus Seattle. I think he could have a good game. I am, however; shocked that Kelvin Benjamin is available in your league. Get him as soon as you can.
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