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  1. Last time I looked Saints are a 9.5 point home favorite. Lat could see some nice run this week against a bad run D. 10-12 touches with a few shots at hitting pay dirt would be nice.
  2. On pace for 12 TDs 1100+ total yards Throw in 2 or 3 big games this season (ATL, CINCY, AZ) then 14 TDs and 1400 total yards is doable.
  3. Need 25 points out of Michael Thomas and Phillip Lindsay. .5 PPR, 1 point for 1st downs.
  4. https://twitter.com/evansilva/status/1168374807735521280?s=20
  5. Henderson will for sure be active on Sundays. I believe he's going to be the hurry-up offense back and will mix in here and there in other offensive formations. But mainly in on shotgun formations. The good news is the Rams won't be trailing in too many games as I believe they are favored in most. But it will hurt Gurley in terms of catches for sure this year.
  6. He is still only 25 years old. He will still get every goal-line carry. They may not give him a massive load between the 20s to start the season but will ramp up as the season progresses. Which is fine. Keep him fresh for us fantasy owners week 10 and on.
  7. Please remember the Texans traded a 3rd round pick to acquire this guy. That is a high price to pay in this day and age where "running backs don't matter". Duke is going to get a huge opportunity to carry most of the load. If he falls flat then maybe they make changes down the line but no one is unseating him right off the bat IMO. When teams play the Texans they will be focusing on stopping Hopkins and containing Watson. I'd be surprised if Duke doesn't have a good to great season if health allows.
  8. The mets are playing Frazier right now in the hopes he does well enough to trade him. JD is the future.
  9. 3-3 with a pair of stolen bases last night. This dude is quietly beasting right now. Could be in for a big season if health allows.
  10. Well, tonight will certainly be the true test if this guy is going to be rosterable moving forward. If he can't put up a solid game tonight they I don't think he can ever be trusted in your lineup again.
  11. I certainly agree with most of this. But the guy did have a lot of touchdowns before the suspensions. So I wouldn't blame anyone that drafted him thinking they were going to get consistent WR2 numbers out of him. It is ludicrous to think anyone in a serious league would have dropped him already. No way! You are exactly right...Much much better days ahead!
  12. You're telling me that if DJ is fully ready to go by week 10 they won't play him just because they may not make the playoffs? You think the Cards are going to give up on their season by week 10? In that division? I highly doubt they're just gonna tell all their fans and players "sorry DJ is ready but we aren't going to play him because we think our playoff chances are slim". That would be a terrible way to get fans to buy tickets and come to your games. It's also a slap in the face to the players that are currently playing. Plus I don't think DJ wants to take a whole year off if he
  13. Nobody in a serious league would drop this guy. If he happens to comes back week 10 would you really want to watch him go off for the rest of the season and win someone else a championship? And even possibly have to play against him? Nope! Just the thought of that happening makes sick. A firm HOLD for me.
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