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  1. Yes he will. Just as WR Jakobi Meyers got credit for throwing a TD last week.
  2. Have to think the best fit right now is the Bears. He could play the Cohen role with more carries. An almost 50/50 split with Montgomery. Would make both flex plays?
  3. 12 team standard scoring league. Was offered QB Josh Allen (he also has Dak) for RB David Montgomery. My QBs are Stafford and Hebert. It would be an upgrade at QB, but would take all of my RB depth. My RBs are M. Sanders, K. Drake, Montgomery, C. Edmonds and Boston Scott. Make the move or stream QBs? TIA
  4. It does make me consider benching AJ Brown this week. How motivated will they be, Lattimore will potentially shadow AJ and the coaching staff could pull most of the starters early to rest them for next week's huge game against Houston. This is very tough.
  5. " If the Texans win the AFC South on Saturday that would make Tennessee’s game on Sunday at home nearly meaningless. This is because the only way the Titans would be able to crack the playoffs would be through the wild card avenue. A win against a New Orleans team would not enhance any of the aforementioned tiebreakers outside of strength of victory, which the Titans already control. Since the Titans are already relying on Pittsburgh to lose AT LEAST one more game to move into a possible 9-7 tie at season’s end, then a loss at home to the Saints would mean nothing."
  6. This is actually wrong. This game is meaningless and this is why Henry is sitting. The only game that matters for the Titans is next week. This game doesn't affect their playoff chances.
  7. Jonu Smith of the Titans & probably OJ Howard of the Bucs now that they are down 3 WRs.
  8. From Adam Caplan #Raiders HC Jon Gruden on RB Josh Jacobs after practice today when asked how he looked this week: "Pretty good. He got work all three days. I think that's a good sign. I don't know how much he'll play, don't know 100% if he'll play, but it does look pretty good."#JAXvsOAK
  9. Competing for that playoff spot....oh wait, nevermind. Not sure why they aren't shutting him down.
  10. It's a trend with Cooper. @grahambarfield More Amari Cooper has been held under 50 receiving yards in 15 of his last 25 games (60% of the time). Cooper has averaged 3.8 receptions on 6.8 targets per game during this span.
  11. Yes and the next 4 games are against Ds that struggle against TEs (last year). Denver just got lit up by a TE that is known for blocking. He is a very good streamer the next 3 or 4 weeks and you can always try and sell high after that.
  12. Most people play PPR. Hate to break it to you.
  13. Jared Cook was the #12 ranked TE last year and now Crabtree's red zone threat is gone. Cooper has never been good in the red zone and Jordy was invisible near the goal line. It's not hard to see Cook's gaining some of Crabtree's targets and redzone looks and finishing in the TE6-TE8 range. Not bad from the waiver wire. http://games.espn.com/ffl/leaders?slotCategoryId=6&seasonTotals=true&seasonId=2017
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