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  1. Allen Robinson II (hamstring) questionable for Week 16 by Brendan Tuma | Bears Correspondent | Fri, Dec 25th 12:50pm EST Allen Robinson II (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 16 against the Jaguars. (Pro Football Talk on Twitter) Fantasy Impact: Robinson missed Thursday's practice but returned to a limited session on Friday. Chicago's No. 1 wideout is firmly on track to play in the fantasy finals and should remain in lineups throughout the weekend. Category: Injury Updates | More Allen Robinson II: News, Rankings, Projections, Stats
  2. That has the makings for what sounds like a 1 dimensional, easily defended offensive strategy...no thanks!
  3. Another Fournette vote with RoJo out. I just feel like Watson is going to be under duress with Indy's CBs covering well, so Keke is going to be lucky to put up 8-10 points, but does have a decent floor. If it were me, I'd roll Fournette. Can you help with mine:
  4. I don't think that it's his ankle. I think it's some beef he either has with the team or with Brees. All of the sudden Brees comes back from his rib injury and Thomas is on IR due to his ankle? I don't buy it for a second. * takes off tinfoil hat *
  5. I like Beasley here more than Davis. Davis is playing DET, not JAX BTW Would you chime in on mine:
  6. Go Mustard then. Good luck man! Don't forget to help with my situation.
  7. Something about Gage's matchup this week has me feeling like he is the right move, but it isn't without risk. I think MJ is the safer play and Davis is out of contention since you have Brown already playing. Roll MJ, but if you need someone with higher upside go Gage. Would you chime in on my situation:
  8. Look at it from the larger picture, who is the better talent? IMO it's clearly Mustard and he seems to be healthy in a plus matchup. Roll with the Mustard man and don't look back. Mind helping with mine?
  9. Go with your gut. Seems like the upward trajectory is on your side here. Would you chime in on my situation:
  10. Another nod for Mustard. If he doesn't play or isn't 100%, you can go with Wilson if he's available, as Rush ^^^ suggested or you can stick with DJ as he will likely get some looks on check downs. Mind helping with mine:
  11. This one is a little slippery. I've noticed that Pitt likes to pick up momentum heading into the playoffs, so even if they are going to beat Cinci, they will want to do it in high scoring fashion. I see Ben piling on the points and spreading it around to try and get his offense firing on all cylinders. Additionally, I don't trust Brees this year. He has flashed some moments, but he has really shown his wear and is just not the same elite production QB. I'd roll Ben and not look back. Good luck. Would like to hear your thoughts on mine:
  12. Neither of these feel like bad options. Because NY sucks, I think Chubb will be the bigger benefactor over Hunt. So I suggest Mostert as the 9ers should be ahead and killing the clock. Thanks for the help on mine. Good luck.
  13. How does your matchup look at this point? Do you need the safer play or the higher upside play? If you're looking for safer, I'd roll Mostert. If you want higher upside, I'd roll Conner. Would you chime in on my dilemma?
  14. I'd go Gage followed closely by Sanders since MT is out. Help with mine?
  15. Tough one, but I'd roll Cook. As some have pointed out, Thomas is out which boosts Cook's appeal. However, who knows how Brees performs. Engram though, carries a 'Questionable' tag and is really inefficient with his targets, even though he gets a lot. Danny Pennies is a terrible QB, so Engram relies on heavy volume to make anything out of them. I'm dealing with the similar situation and would like to hear your thoughts:
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