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frog34 last won the day on December 10 2018

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  1. I went with Big Ben most of the year, but week 16 vs a stingy Indy defense worries me. Trubs gets the Jaguars of all teams in week 16. I haven't seen him play this season yet, but I've always hated him as a QB since he can't read a (zone) defense and makes bad decisions. However, could this be similar to the run Blake Bortles had some years ago? Garbage real life QB that can lite up the scoreboard in a pinch, especially in great matchups.
  2. I called it here first: League Winner! 🤑
  3. Since he was called up for their game under that new rule, he automatically reverts back to the ps after the game is over. Now they are in no rush to put him on the active roster, although they could certainly activate him at some point if they have a free spot. But just as likely, he can take all 1st team reps during the week and be activated just before their next game. Gives them more roster flexibility. It's just formal though. He outsnapped and outgained both Cooks and Keke. More importantly - he took over the Fuller role.
  4. He was called up from ps for their game. New rule is that players can be called up twice without being on the active roster. Also new is that ps players can be protected so that another team can't sign him. Theoretically he was a ps player but he still lead all WRs in snaps and yardage. Logically, since he is starting now, somebody will make room for him on the active roster at some point this week. Even if not, it's just a numbers game and he will be a starter on Sunday.
  5. Chad Hansen doesn't get any love in here. He took Fuller's spot while Keke will make place for Cobb in the slot soon. Hansen has that league winner out of nothing vibe about him. Especially in deeper formats. But imo next week he will be owned in all 12 team formats - so get in before it's too late!
  6. I couldn't believe that Hansen wasn't even mentioned anywhere on this forum! Keke is the universal recommendation but you have to dig deeper. Cobb owns the slot and once he returns from IR, Keke will go back to being an afterthought. Hansen played the most snaps among all Texans WRs. He took Fuller's spot in the lineup and ran his route tree. 5 reception for 100+ yards, with a couple of really tough ones he made look easy. Watson said that Hansen had been in his hip pocket the whole offseason and followed him wherever he went to work out. They seem to have good chemistry already. Hansen t
  7. As long as Cobb remains sidelined, Keke is a decent PPR flex I think. But remember Cobb rules the slot which is Keke's position. The direct ROS replacement for Fuller is Chad Hansen, who looked very sharp in his 1st start.
  8. Half PPR. My WRs are Davante Adams, Robby Anderson, Kirk, Lamb and Meyers. My RBs are Montgomery, Ahmed, Hines, Moss, Gaskin. My QB Herbert and TE Waller. Will I fare better building around the stud that Adams is? Or should I give him up for a more balanced roster? I'm not sure since Adams makes a difference in most weeks. But Adams aside, my roster is average at best. WHIR!
  9. Watched most Cards games this season and they just leave TEs wide open. Not only down the seam, but also in the endzone. Ricky Seals-Jones of all people caught 2 wide open TDs on Sunday (Njoku was inactive). If I had to bank on a TE to score this week, it would be Hollister!
  10. Was a good hype train though. Great D, very good OL, run-heavy scheme with backup QBs starting, going against a bad D. Volume was absolutely there. Just didn't work out, but the process was ripe!
  11. No way in hell anybody could justify starting him next week. Coleman is basically waiver fodder by now. However, I fully expect a classic revenge game with 2 TDs. Fantasy Law School 101.
  12. Penny, Guice... Recency bias is real! Montgomery gonna eat tonight!
  13. I would have Tyreek on the board as my #1 WR all over again, obviously not knowing MT would be the epitome of WR1 consistency. Injuries are so tough to predict anyway. I think 2019 in particular was a season where fragile players with the dreaded injury-prone label held up fairly well, while some "safe" players went down. Also Mahomes battling through ankle injury, and obviously the broken knee cap, threw their rhythm off a bit. Expect a solid WR1 finish from Tyreek from here on out. With at least a couple of BOOM games!
  14. When you consider Murray's whole body of work, this game was an outlier. The Rams were pissed, being embarassed on national TV, and came to put a exlamation point on the Cardinals. Can't be too confident against a tough Steelers D. But Steelers D isn't the same on the road. I like Murray to score at least twice on them, with some decent rushing floor.
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