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  1. My strategy is to drop kicker and drop DST every Tuesday, then add whatever waiver wire totes I've been eyeing. If a player gets the Out designation before Sunday games start, I can add em to IR. Still might have to cut a player or two for the last minute streaming DST / K. This has been working very well for me. Long live the kicker.
  2. His receivers made some spectacular catches in the 2nd half that really started to ignite the hopes of a comeback. Cooper went down at some point but I think he returned later in the game. If the receiving corps can stay healthy, I think Dak Attack will continue to dish out some great stat lines.
  3. 2nd one was a beautifully thrown pass to the middle of the end zone that glided overhead and hit Dwill right on the fingers... He should have made a greater effort to secure the ball; like you said, dive or at least extend the arms fully (come'on, man!). Still promising on the usage. McCoy was introduced on TV as the starter, even though it was Dwill in the backfield and with considerably more usage. Unfortunately, Shady still looked more explosive on his few touches.
  4. I think that would be a downgrade. Not high on Diggs, potential for a trade. Ekeler may still produce solid even if/when Gordon returns. Potential counter offers: Hilton instead of Thomas (good for you), or Thomas for DJ straight up
  5. I could use another RB. He could use a WR. We are currently in 1st and 2nd place. I feel like giving up my Kupp for his McCoy may be too steep. Would you do it?
  6. Would not buy, even for just a week 3 rental, unless in a very deep, deep league. Would rather have a Hyde/Gore/C.Thompson tier RB, or even Darwin as a desperation play. If they both sit, there's no telling what kind of reps he'll get, and I doubt they both sit for 2+ weeks. Posters above point out some of the negatives.
  7. Tough call, but I'm gonna have to cut ties with Mr. Winston. It's pretty barren on the waivers, but his services are no longer needed in my 3QB league. Gonna drop him for some some positional depth at the kicker position. ...For real though... All that talent on offense, no more looming threat to get benched every game, new HC at the helms... sometimes, you just can't fix a weak link without a complete replacement.
  8. Bronco's DST for sure. Packers have not shown much of anything on the defensive side of the ball, whereas Bronco's are one of the best options this week outside of the elite D matchups. Favorable odds that the Broncos DST will finish top 5-10 this week. Next week, GB has a juicy matchup at home vs the inept Bills offense; perhaps the worst offense we've seen in decades. GB should be a good choice next week.
  9. I think the Bucs would be more of a desperation play. The narrative you mentioned is certainly possible, yet the prospect of negative points from your D/ST position seem equally probable, given the matchup. Weak D playing against a high-powered offense? Don't do it!!!
  10. Kamara was named NFC Offensive Rookie of the Month® for November. He's probably a front runner for rook of the year too, I would imagine. This year's draft class could very well be the best set of guys we've seen in quite some time.
  11. Note from Rich Piazza - Fantasy Shed Fantasy Shed | 2 days ago 3 years. There is no questioning the talent level of Gordon, but it has been three years since he's competed on a football field. He may be someone that could help during the fantasy playoffs, but I need to see it first before inserting him into my lineup for week 13. ^^ I was planning to start him this week but I really agree with the above sentiment and swapped him out at the last minute for Doctson's TNF.
  12. I was actually contemplating this exact scenario today... All players on the opposing team have finished their games, you're up by slim margin, and you have either a DST or K left to play... In this scenario, is the best option to bench your DST or K to avoid the potential of negative points? Looking at the game logs for defenses, most teams will have one game with negative points, either now or by the end of the year. So, you can estimate your probability of losing via negative points at 1/16 to 1/32. Odds of losing to a stat correct? Well, I've been playing FF for 5-6
  13. Lions are going to be coming back looking angry after their BYE, I would pick them up and roll with the Hawks at NYG for this week.
  14. Denver Denfense has looked like an elite group out on the field, and the numbers agree; ESPN currently lists them at #1 in their defensive power rankings. This, however, has not translated to an equally formidable fantasy defense. In standard scoring Yahoo leagues, DEN DST currently sits at #18 for season total points. Granted, Denver has had their bye already (good thing), but at this point in the season, I am planning to drop and go with Saints DST and/or stream. Anyone else jumping ship?
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