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  1. The buzz on this guy before this season was whether or not he should be a 1st round draft pick or not. I think unanimously everyone believed he was going to have a monster year after his coach said he was going to be a bell cow and after a couple pre-season games it was clear they wanted to ride him hard this season. I reached for him in the second round of every draft and won 2/3 leagues because of him, 1 standard and 1 PPR. I will definitely take him in the top 5 next year and can only see a handful of guys possibly going ahead of him: Gurley, Saquan, Conner (maybe), and Zeke (ma
  2. Same as above, Coleman because it looks like the targets will even out and Lewis because Tom Brady doesn't seem right and will want to run the ball.
  3. I would say: Foles, Giants are weak against Qbs Howard, As a Lions fan he suck against rbs AJ Green, He's a stud Jamaal Williams, Rogers is just coming back from injury so he won't want to pass all day.
  4. I picked up Bortles and may start him over Brees. Game script scares the hell out of me.
  5. I like all these Fournette votes! I have him and my opponent has Drake this weekend lol.
  6. Hi guys, I'm in the semi-finals in a 1 pt PPR league and was wondering should I start Hill or Gordon this weekend. I also have Chris Hogan and Robbie Anderson.
  7. Man, if you are counting on Hogan tonight to win your matchup in the first round of playoffs then may the gods be with you and I hope Hogan has a monster game and comes through for you. Not only did you likely hold onto him for the past 5 weeks in the hopes he would return in time to make a difference, but you also likely benched safer options in place of him. All of this took massive fantasy balls, which I don't have so I commend you...
  8. The guy that had him in my league started him against me and is out now. Thankfully we can put this guy's frustrating season to rest now. Poor guy is a 2nd round talent stuck in a bad qb situation this season. He'll be back next year, but it was sad to see this guy be healthy yet so irrelevant this season.
  9. I dropped Alvin Kamara after the draft but before week 1 for freaking Kevin White. I think I scooped him up last year as well.
  10. I have to start him. I have Fournette, Hunt, and Howard as my rbs. Until a few weeks ago, rb was my position of strength and now they all have problems lol. I am going to play Hunt over Howard based on match-up and the fact that Howard is equally as trash as Hunt.
  11. Hard to say, haven't even seen Gordon play yet, but at this point in time Flash has more value just based on his availability. There is no guarantee Hogan comes back this season, but if you have him you may as well just hang onto him. I would rather have the promise of a healthy Chris Hogan than guys like Corey Davis or Dede Westbrook. Hogan plays with the GOAT qb and has shown he is a fantasy wr2 when healthy.
  12. I'm benching him too. Usually I start Jordan Howard as flex, but I'm bumping him to rb2 and am gonna flex Robbie Anderson. I'm already in the playoffs so I would rather have Hunt blowup on my bench then see him suck the life out of my starting lineup.
  13. I picked Jamaal Charles 1st two years ago and he was doing great until he blew out his knee. Last year I snagged him in the 4th round as my sleeper and he played 1 game before shutting it down. I was burned twice by him and again this year by Hunt and I also traded for Tyreek Hill lol.
  14. The only thing that's likely to get turned around is me turning my gun on myself after trading Todd Gurley for this guy lol. As a Lions fan, this reminds me of when our offense was horrendous in the 2015 season under Joe Lombardi and for 3 weeks in a row opposing teams were calling out our plays and knew what we were going to run before the snap. Its still pretty bad, but my point is that an offense can't just figure it out and get things going again once they've plummeted off the cliff like the Chiefs' offense has. They are just being flat out out-coached. Their offense was based
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