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- Smitty Smitty Oct 4, 2015 12:24 PM Flag
I would say Newton. Ryan has been playing good as well, but Newton has the running factor that provides you more points. He is also playing Tampa which has been inconsistent this year. Houston's defense is really not that bad. Their offense is more of the problem than anything.
- Smitty Smitty Oct 4, 2015 12:22 PM Flag
I would say Karlos Williams. I personally want to see what Foster can do before giving him the start. He very well could come in a re-injure himself. Williams has been performing well all year as a back-up so I would expect him to continue to do the same now that he has a chance to start.
- Smitty Smitty Oct 4, 2015 12:19 PM Flag
I would say Jones. KC secondary is riddled with injuries and Tate has a tough match-up against Seattle. Plus, it is in Seattle and Stafford has been sucking it up so far this year.
- Smitty Smitty Oct 4, 2015 12:17 PM Flag
I am thinking Freeman because he is the #1 RB. Randle seems to have no presence in the passing game. He was basically a non-factor in the second half of last week's game despite scoring 3 TDs
I was wondering which of these two RB I should go with. Hyde has Green Bay at home, but I am afraid they will be playing catch up all game and his running attempts will be diminished. Yeldon has not really put that many numbers up yet this year, but he has a better defensive match-up. No PP rush/recpetion, 1pt per 10yds rush/receive.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 11:17 AM Flag
Yeah, Alshon's injury makes it tough, but what about Cutler's injury as well? Cutler may be a very very bad leader, but he can throw the ball deep and stretch the field. Clausen did not do well when replacing him last week after Cutler was able to move the ball. I did just realized you have Hillman on your team so if CJ goes down you have the hand-cuff.....it could be worth it then.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 11:04 AM Flag
Depends on what you get in return. Johnson has not played a full season the last couple of years, but if you are getting good youth in return to fill other keeper spots I would look into it. If Johnson is your only reasonable keeper and you get two guys two keep for years to come it be tough to say no.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 11:00 AM Flag
I would role with Hyde. Though he has a tough match-up Johnson will start loosing touches to the other Johnson in Arizona. Chris johnson has not been much of a factor since his 2K season, and he only got 70 yards against a very leaky Bears defense last week.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:58 AM Flag
Any way you could convince him to take Alshon? lol. What about CJ in place of Hyde? I would be hesitant in giving up Hyde even though Bell is an upgrade. Hyde really has no RB competing behind him like CJ. Marshall also looks like a favorite target for Fitz, and he can be a beast when given the ball regularly.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:50 AM Flag
I would say TY or Williams, but I am leaning more towards TY. Luck is a much better QB than Weeden, and I am sure Indy wants to make a statement after starting off 0-2.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:40 AM Flag
I am glad to hear the same thing as well because my wife has a team with Emmanual Sanders and Moncreif starting and she is debating on playing Hilton or Heyward-Bey......I have been pushing her to play Hilton because she has Luck as her QB
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:38 AM Flag
I would go with McCoy. Denver has a really tough defense, and McCoy is able to get involved in the running and passing game. Also, Stafford is playing hurt so if they are unable to pass effectively then Denver will just stack the box to stop the run.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:37 AM Flag
I would say Hyde because he is the best option in San Fran. Maclin will probably get several receptions, but like you mentioned their offense does not focus on deep threats.
Should she play Heyward-Bey @ St. Louis or Moncrief/Hilton @ Tennessee? Her other WR spot is filled with Emmanuel Sanders, and she has Luck as her QB. I am leaning towards telling her to play Moncrief and Hilton because I do not trust Heyward-Bey's consistency with in the offense with Bell back from suspension, but I know playing two WRs from the same team could be fantasy suicide.
- Smitty Smitty Sep 27, 2015 10:16 AM Flag
I would say the Yeldon and Eifert side wins that deal. Eifert is looking like the second option behind AJ, and Yeldon is without a doubt the #1 RB in Jacksonville. Lewis is more involved in the passing game than Blount, but New England is never consistent week to week with playing running backs.
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