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  1. Won my first ever back to back chip. Had Kamara, Evans, Gronk, Jefferson, Hunt and Gibson starting in the finals. Threw Trubisky in today last minute and it worked out as well. Funny part is I lost Dak & Mixon earlier in the year and still found my way to the chip in a 10 team .5 ppr money league.
  2. Starting with confidence. His floor is typically 9-10 points with last week being his worst game of the year. Browns missing their 4 starting WR in this one so it would be crazy to think Hunt & Chubb aren’t going to dominate offensive touches.
  3. Based on your pro level analysis, you must’ve thought Alfred Morris was going to be a career all-pro HOF RB after he rumbled for 1600 rush yards his rookie season. The point here is that it’s not unreasonable to speculate Gibsons production if he were receiving the same usage and volume as a CMC type of RB.
  4. 10 team half ppr Both have terrific match ups Hunt vs Houston. Chubb is back but Hunt was playing well with Chubb active earlier this year. Gibson vs Detroit but was outsnapped by McKissic last week.
  5. Man this guy really misses Winston. He’s just not a trustworthy fantasy option. I don’t think there’s a more talented receiver in fantasy football with as low a floor as Evans. He’s a designated bench guy until further notice.
  6. This guy is completely volatile. What a waste of a draft pick.
  7. Everybody acting like Bell is the same elite RB he was 3-4 years ago. Not saying he doesn’t have the talent still but there’s a chance he’s just simply not at the level he once was. Garbage team or not, he hasn’t showed any signs of elite production since he’s played there. Time will tell if this dude still has it from all those years ago. I know David Johnson doesn’t, but Bell gets a pass playing on the Jets... It’ll be interesting to watch either way.
  8. Says his production thus far. He’s literally at RB12 right now in PPR. Ahead of Henry(bye), Conner(bye), JT, Sanders, Monty, Drake, Gordon, DJ etc. That’s not bias, that’s a fact, playa.
  9. Everybody acting like Bell is the same elite RB he was 3-4 years ago. Not saying he still doesn’t have the talent but there’s a chance he’s just simply not at the level he once was. Garbage team or not, he hasn’t showed any signs of elite production since he’s played there. Time will tell if this dude still has it from all those years ago. I know David Johnson doesn’t, but Bell gets a pass playing on the Jets... It’ll be interesting to watch either way.
  10. Lol except he is though my dude. Still rather own him on this offense over some of the other volatile options like JT, Melvin, Monty, DJ, Drake, any of the Rams RB etc. Everybody acting like Bell still the elite RB he was 3-4 years ago. I’ll believe it when I see it.
  11. I honestly think it’ll be a solid 1-2 punch. CEH is very shifty and smooth between the tackles, he’s just not a built workhorse and there’s nothing wrong with that. He’s only played 5 games in the NFL I think having Bell around will only help him and motivate him to step his game up and and progresses. Maybe it gives the offense better options at play calling and keeps the defenders on their toes. It might give CEH opportunities to make bigger plays.
  12. Well I don’t see Bell coming in and automatically producing elite RB1 numbers and getting majority of touches or snaps. CEH is still a top 12 option at the position until some how Bell becomes an elite bellcow putting up big numbers which I don’t see happening regardless of how much ability his fantasy owners think he still has. Time will tell
  13. I picture a Gordon/Ekeler 2019 type or possibly a Chubb/Hunt split. I’m sure he is still a great RB but he’s done nothing since his last season in Pittsburgh which was 2017. Maybe he’s just simply not the same player he once was. There’s multiple RB who face stacked boxes on bad term with bad QBs, but they still manage to be elite producers. Bell and David Johnson are both shells of their former self. If Bell balls out I will stand corrected. Until then I don’t imagine him coming in and lighting it up.
  14. But they also wouldn’t have invested in CEH early if they didn’t think he was going to be a big factor on their team, and now we already have ppl calling him a bust and It’s only been 5 weeks into his career lmao. Maybe KC simply doesn’t view him as a bellcow as he’s not really built for that, or maybe in their mind this RB duo is going to be absolutely unstoppable.
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