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  1. Tough one, I'd definitely say Freeman since Coleman is ruled out. I would go Drake over Hunt since Drake's been on fire lately and faces a soft Bills run defense.
  2. I would go Davis and flex Westbrook. If Fournette is a go, then flex Davis. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/688944-need-help-figuring-out-rb2flex-positions-in-ppr-whir/?tab=comments#comment-7642409
  3. I would stick it out with Hunt, not an imposing matchup against the Chargers and I think he's gotten back on track.
  4. Marvin Jones if it's PPR for sure, Perine for standard.
  5. I think Fitz is more of a safe play but Gordon definitely has the better upside and is going up against a Ravens D missing their best corner. The matchup for Gordon is not as imposing as it used to be, and he's been pretty damn good lately, so I'd go Gordon over Fitz. Definitely not Derrick Henry though, I don't trust that backfield at all.
  6. I need to start a running back and a flex in my PPR league out of the following players: Dion Lewis, Mike Davis, Alfred Morris, Chris Hogan, Dede Westbrook
  7. Ingram was pretty inconsistent for stretches of the season thanks to some ridiculous committee shenanigans, yet managed to put up over 1000 yards rushing and had 5.1 YPC. He's been a solid fantasy player for the past few years and with Hightower probably not coming back to steal his carries, he should be locked in for a good workload. Can we expect some more consistency this year? Only relevant RB behind him is Cadet, who's just a receiving back.
  8. Danny Woodhead rushed 7 times for 36 yards and caught 6 passes for 68 yards Week 2 against the Lions. Woodhead only had three touches at halftime as Melvin Gordon dominated proceedings, but he was the back of choice with the Chargers in catch-up mode in the second half. Woodhead again showed his worth to the offense, fighting for extra yards on third downs and proving himself Philip Rivers' most reliable receiving option in the second half. Woodhead's receiving ability will keep him in the RB2 conversation in PPR leagues, and he will be a solid FLEX play in standard leagues next week against
  9. Ben Roethlisberger completed 26-of-38 passes for 351 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Pittsburgh's 28-21, Week 1 loss to the Patriots. Big Ben had his offense moving all night, but things continually bogged down in the red zone. New kicker Josh Scobee complicated matters by shanking two kicks. Roethlisberger dimed no shortage of beautiful passes to Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton and Heath Miller, but the Steelers badly missed Martavis Bryant's presence in the red zone. Ben's TD was a garbage-time toss to Brown, while his pick was an ill-advised double coverage heave to Darrius Heyward
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