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- Timothy C Timothy C Nov 26, 2014 11:08 AM Flag
10 Man Standard in a very competitive league 6-6 in 95% playoff lock with 1 more win.
Started off rocky w/o Adrian Peterson drafted in 1st round.
QB - Tom Brady
WR - TY, Sanders, Gordon (KBenj, Stills)
RB - Foster, Morris (FJax, L.Murray, Steven Jackson, Helu)
TE - Olsen
D - Seattle (Green Bay)
- Timothy C Timothy C Nov 14, 2014 2:43 PM Flag
As a precaution I also picked up Cleveland D. If Foster isn't playing Houston will have a hard time moving the ball anywhere. Blue is slow and awful.
The rumor mill has it that Foster is out. It would be great he suits up and plays sunday just to play with my opponant's mind a little.
As the saying goes, "Fortune favors the prepared".
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 22, 2014 12:07 PM Flag
I'm in the minority. But I also have a RB1 in Foster and a rotating to matchup RB2. I'm starting SJax in week 10 vs. Tampa. That's all :)
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 22, 2014 12:05 PM Flag
Drafting Adrian Peterson in the 1st round should be the final and only answer to this.
If I had drafted any other top 5 RB I would have an insane starting RB core with Foster as my RB2.
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 19, 2014 2:00 AM Flag
That game will probably be a shootout too, I think both Olsen and Kelvin will get massive targets. So then it would be bench TY or Sanders for Reed, and I don't see me doing that.
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 19, 2014 1:54 AM Flag
haha Olsen is involved in the shootout too! What a predicament! LOL
Olsen is the #2 TE in the league right now in fantasy. I'm almost tempted to say he's a must start. I don't want to sit Sanders (Sunday night game with Peyton) and TY is playing indoors at home with a red hot offense.
I'm probably going to go: Sanders/TY/Kbenj/Olsen for this week. I think....
What is your rationale for doing otherwise?
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 19, 2014 1:51 AM Flag
Ellington is a high end RB2 and Bryant is an WR1, how in the world are you going to get those for a TE1 and a guy that's not even going to play until the playoffs (basically)? You may be able to get either Dez or Ellington for what you're offering, but not both.
I like your team, btw.
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 19, 2014 1:47 AM Flag
KBenj looks good to go, traveled with team and that's a good sign. If he plays it will be a shootout and he will be the one getting targets from Cam.
- Timothy C by Timothy C Oct 19, 2014 1:41 AM Flag
Please pick the line up, I'm having difficulty who to leave out this week 7, standard scoring.
I can start WR WR TE and a WR/TE Flex spot. Here is my roster that is active this week (VJax on bye):
WR's - Kelvin Benjamin, TY Hilton, Emmanual Sanders
TE's - Greg Olsen, Jared Reed
Please pick a WR, WR, TE, and a WR/TE flex spot.
I'm hurting in RB Depth (I had AP and Knowshon)
Foster, Morris, Asiata, Pierce, Tre Mason, JStew
So Knile Davis gets dropped onto the waiver wire. Should I drop Tre Mason or Pierce for him or do I hold?
- Timothy C Timothy C Oct 3, 2014 2:47 PM Flag
I didn't buy the hype in McKinnon. Dude IS a freak of nature, BUT he can't pass block for sh#t.
Something I noticed. If you look at Thursday's game you'll see everytime he was in the backfield Ponder was either sacked or hurried into a INT. I can make a case that they played BAD because of McKinnon more than Ponder. Asiata actually made some killer blocks and kept Ponder mostly clean, mostly.
If it wasn't for that fumble Asiata would have had a decent fantasy game. 3ypc is awful, but if he runs 20 times a game that's a even floor of 60yds PLUS a chance to get a td or two.
McKinnon can't block, he SHOULD be used as a Sproles type of player. Totally being misused.
The problem is McKinnon can't catch either! Dude is a BUST.
- Timothy C by Timothy C Oct 1, 2014 11:09 AM Flag
Pick 3 WR's to start week 5, non-PPR. I will answer your ?'s:
Keenan Allen v. NYJ
E.Sanders v. Ari
K. Benjamin v. Chi
VJax @ NO
TY Hilton v. Bal
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