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  1. Based on Yahoo ownership: DK Metcalf (47%) needs to be more highly owned. Turned 6 targets into 89 yds in his debut, he was Wilson's first look on every pass attempt. Though those are hard to come by in Seattle, he has serious touchdown upside as a redzone specimen. He's essentially an upgraded David Moore, who is out right now and nearly broke out last year because of Russ' redzone efficiency. Matchup at Pittsburgh this week. Carlos Hyde (41%) looked spry last game, could easily see him poach a TD or two. Should be on everyone's radar as the 1b in a high powered offense. AJ Br
  2. This guy is clearly out to prove he's more than 'just a deep threat.' Works hard, already has chemistry with Carr. Has the makings of a top 20 wr and draft day steal. Talent needs opportunity for fantasy production - he was clearly miscast on the Chargers and took a backseat career wise to the Rivers-KA/Gates connections. See Mike Williams, in the present.
  3. Looks like he's healthy, but will be workload managed all year in anticipation of the Rams playoff run. He was used in sort of a closer role and racked up yardage when the game was on the line. I don't think Malcolm Brown will vulture every rushing TD, so I look at Gurley as a high-end RB2 right now given that this is still a potent offense (especially at home when Goff actually performs). As someone who got him at 3.01, this was an acceptable and even encouraging Week 1 outcome.
  4. Guy looked nearly as good as Hopkins, like a true alpha 1. Outside of Nagy's system and Trubisky he would've dropped 150+. I think he has a shot at a top 15 finish despite it.
  5. My approach to Miles. He's gonna be a flex play with reasonable upside. Ppr leagues I think he is a solid pick at current adp, if you've noticed the pickings past Philip Lindsay range are extremely slim this year. So ideally your rb3. He's gonna get vultured by at least Howard, possibly at times Clement and/or Sproles, so he's more of a floor play with passing game work. Not to mention they have Ertz, Goedert, JJAW, Alshon. Pederson is a tricky *********** at the GL. Wentz is gonna have an excellent year. By the fantasy playoffs, Miles' talent could earn him a 15-20 touch floor, and
  6. Anyone adding this guy as a late season difference maker? Looking at his box scores makes me feel like he's being overlooked by the community as a flier.
  7. The time is now amidst the hype and chaos to try and sell this guy if it fits your team goals. After all, if Jerry Jones values him at a 1st round pick in real life, someone in your league may give you a solid RB2+.
  8. I know I wasn't the only one to stand up and clap when he walked into the endzone. In a frustrating season, this week I was thankful to get something out of my first round pick. Hope other Freeman owners made it to the playoffs. All he needs is the receptions to lift his floor and upside and he would be an elite RB1 again. Matt Ryan also seemed to refuse to check down to him open in the flat tonight. Basically, it's too bad Kyle Shanahan is gone but at least Freeman got 20+ carry usage tonight and should be a mid-range RB1 for the fantasy playoffs. TB and NO again to close the seas
  9. I think Shepard at 17 is more than fair looking at who is around him there. Also factor in whether or not he'll miss the Thanksgiving game due to his migraines. Robby Anderson has nice chemistry with McCown, but some tough matchups down the stretch. He is also not a volume guy; 3.5 catches a game keeps him below other guys. I really like how he has performed as a post-hype sleeper but I wouldn't move him past the general WR3 range with his schedule. Allen has an easy schedule ROS and has elite target share. Julio is tough to rank but the Falcons seem to be gaining some offensi
  10. Considering consistency/floor, upside, and ROS schedule. Half PPR WR1 1. AB 2. Hopkins 3. Julio 4. AJ Green 5. M. Thomas 6. Baldwin 7. Evans 8. Thielen 9. Cooks 10. K. Allen 11. G. Tate 12. Alshon WR2 13. T. Hill 14. Fitz 15. D. Thomas 16. Crabtree 17. Shepard 18. Dez 19. Diggs 20. Landry 21. Funchess 22. Marvin Jones 23. D. Adams 24. Woods WR3 25. Cooper 26. Hogan 27. M. Lee 28. JuJu 29. J. Crowder 30. C. Coleman 31. C. Dav
  11. Very weak waiver wire this week. Stay active by looking ahead and planning out your ROS lineups especially playoff DSTs. Some streaming week 15-16 dst to consider: Cincinnati, Chicago, Buffalo, Carolina
  12. Had me worried as he had almost nothing through 3 and a half quarters but came through with strings of catches down the stretch in OT game. I like his chances to keep it going and probably score on Turkey Day.
  13. Still a serious sleeper in PPR formats. Sunday night game means I will look to add him if anyone on my bench busts in the early games.
  14. The Saints are scheming swing passes and screens for Ginn, at least they did last week: Those are the targets that are encouraging. Easy catches, the expectation being that his floor will be better this year than years past. Still, it's unfair to expect more from him then to be a solid, matchup-dependent WR3. This week Chicago - not a great matchup for WRs, benching him, but only because I have better options. I still believe he will help win me a few weeks on the road to Wk 14.
  15. Anyone have pass routes run stats over the season/this week? Was this an active move by the coaching staff to start using him as a receiver?
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