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Lt. Frank Drebin

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  1. Play Pollard if Zeke is out. Start Beasley and Davis, not that Gage is a bad option, but I wouldn't overthink it. Keep Swift in though, he's been active in the passing game and beasting.
  2. Full PPR, Pick 2 of the following: Chase Edmonds vs San Francisco Jeff Wilson Jr @ Arizona Jerrick McKinnon @ Arizona Gronk @ Detroit Malcolm Brown @ Seattle WHIR as always!
  3. I was all set going with the Eagles until the Sanders news. Scott is a very good player in his own right and Clement can eat some carries, but I was already wary on a road game vs a division opponent with how few weapons Carson has to throw to downfield. If Washington takes a big early lead somehow I'd be hella worried they can't make a comeback from 2 scores back even if they had the whole 4th quarter and shutout Washington that period as well. This is one of the toughest week 1's I remember in awhile for survivor pools. I don't even know if I'm betting a single game tomorrow eit
  4. Yes, but the point I was making is he had 2 good receivers in various flavors for 3 seasons and not only did he not hit them much, but he didn't even throw to them much period. Surely the offensive philosophy will be better in Chargersland, but I find it a little hard to believe the OC is going to have Taylor peppering dudes with targets. 120 seems like the high end he'll sling towards Allen. He's extremely talented overall, especially compared to Watkins and a much younger and greener Woods, but all his monster years he's getting 136, 149 and 159 targets from a much better throwin
  5. I feel like he's fine value where he's going in most drafts, but I'm banking on a 75 catch, 900ish yards, 4 to 6 TD season. That's not bad, but there are more explosive, higher upside, win the week for you, guys still in his draft range, such as Chark, McLaurin, Metcalf, Hilton and Ridley. Allen is extremely talented, but there's no way we can ignore the chemistry he had with Rivers, and how terrible Taylor is throwing the ball, at least for fantasy purposes, and the reports that Herbert is looking completely lost and ineffective. I drafted him last night and so I'm hoping I'
  6. That would be the lowest targets he's had in years, by a wide margin.
  7. I'd drop both of those guys and grab Edwards and then either Reagor or Lazard. Rodgers isn't the Rodgers of year's past, but he's still a really good QB and someone is going to be his number 2, most signs point to Lazard. He could be a guy who puts up a sneaky 70 catch, 950 yard, 8 TD season and is a great bye week sub. Reagor is a guy I'd only pick up if you can stash him for a few weeks. But he has a ton of potential even in a redraft to put up some great numbers, as a bye week fill in or FLEX play he's a guy who could be a week winner for you. Philly has Ertz, Sande
  8. Nobody thinks Scott has standalone value even if Sanders is supposedly full go? Even against Washington?
  9. 2 slots to fill, choose from these 4: Jonathan Taylor @ Jacksonville Phillip Lindsay vs Tennessee Boston Scott @ Washington Jordan Howard @ New England Full PPR WHIR
  10. 6 point per TD league 1 point per 25 yards -2 for INT's -2 Fumble lost
  11. Reminds me of Kevin Durant last season. Maybe they're hiding an Achilles issue from the public? Yikes.
  12. 12 team PPR Gave: Ezekiel Elliott Mike Evans Got: Kareem Rush Odell Beckham Jr.
  13. Simple as that. Help would be appreciated! Have this same decision in 2 leagues.
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