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- Reply to datsyuk 20 hours ago
Exactly what I'm kinda thinking. Both could very well be average this week, but I think stills has much higher upside.
- datsyuk by datsyuk 20 hours ago Flag
Antonio Brown is on bye this week, so I need one of these 3 wr's for my flex. I am already starting megatron and josh gordon in my top 2 wr spots. thanks
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 14, 2014 10:03 AM Flag
Detroit has some fantastic matchups in the coming weeks, especially weeks 14 & 15. I am holding them and Indy right now. Detroit this week, Indy vs jax next week, then Detroit the next two weeks.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 13, 2014 11:05 PM Flag
are you talking ryan mathews or jordan matthews? I would say start jordan matthews in your flex over mckinnon and ryan mathews. He will be targeted quite a bit and the eagles will have to play catch up all day against green bay. It also helps that its ppr.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 13, 2014 10:45 PM Flag
I personally prefer starting an elite WR in flex spot when its PPR settings. Much higher floor usually, do to anywhere from 6-10 catches on a weekly basis. In your case, I would definitely roll with dez, antonio, and flash gordon. Forte is the perfect rb to have for ppr. You are set right now. I say stay put.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 7:53 PM Flag
Lol, so you are saying in your 12 team league, you have better players than Calvin Johnson, Antonio brown, josh Gordon, marshawn lynch, and matt forte? Ahahahaha. Get the #$%$ out of here scrub.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 7:47 PM Flag
Mike, straight up, your a #$%$, and nobody here likes you or your input. Please leave and never come back. Thanks
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 5:02 PM Flag
He has top OVERALL upside, and even though he probably won't finish a top 3 wr this year, he can still finish top 5 easily. I am talking ppr settings also, not standard. I was talking ppr the entire time
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 4:54 PM Flag
lol Julio is still an elite WR1, and is a top 10 wr currently. He still gets targeted a ton, and if matt ryan was better, he would be getting these 50 yard TD's just about every game. You are the fool for thinking Julio is not good.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 3:59 PM Flag
well there you have it. i traded a terrible wide receiver in Julio Jones, according to you guys, for an elite RB in Matt Forte. Looks like I won that trade pretty easily.
- datsyuk datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 2:56 PM Flag
What I said about Julio is still true, and I haven't changed my mind about him. But I have no use for Julio or Josh Gordon riding the bench come playoff time. I needed to upgrade at my RB2 spot and ended up getting an elite RB1.
- datsyuk by datsyuk Nov 12, 2014 2:31 PM Flag
So I just traded Julio Jones, Denard Robinson, and Terrance West for Matt Forte. My team will be as follows:
WR- Calvin Johnson
WR- Antonio Brown
RB- Marshawn Lynch
RB- Matt Forte
TE- Travis Kelce
WR/RB/TE- Josh Gordon
K- Adam Vinatierri
BN- Brandon Lafell
BN- Steve Smith Sr.
BN- Trent Richardson
BN- Tre Mason
BN- Robert Turbin
BN- Ka'deem Carey
So, what do you think of the starting lineup come playoffs?
who has the better upside/constistency? Kelce only plays about half the snaps, while Jenkins is playing over 90%. He was targeted 9 times this past week, and is huge at 6-5 250 pounds. The bucs are also really bad, so they are always playing from behind and throwing alot, so there is tons of garbage time. It just seems like Andy Reid wont unleash Kelce, and its tough to watch all that talent go to waste. Plus, KC is a very conservative, run first offense. Does anyone here agree with me that Jenkins might be the better play for the rest of the season?
- datsyuk by datsyuk Nov 11, 2014 7:36 AM Flag
If I were to do this, my starting lineup once playoffs start would look like this:
qb- RG3 (lost carson palmer)
wr- calvin johnson
wr- josh gordon
wr- antonio brown
rb- matt forte
rb- marshawn lynch
te- travis kelce
k- adam vinatieri
bn- terrance west
bn- tre mason
bn- robert turbin
bn- ka'deem carey
bn- brandon lafell
bn- allen robinson
Do you think it's worth it to go all out and try to get Forte to make my starting lineup stacked?
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