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  1. I think I'd rather have Ozigbo for sure. Dare has played more snaps these past few weeks, but I really think that is because he fits the mold of the 3rd down, passing scat back more so than anything else. Asking Dare to be the lead dog is like asking James White to be the main back etc. In my my mind.
  2. Call me crazy, but I think I prefer him to Mostert. Snap % is even. He is getting more passing looks, and seems to be favored in the RZ. Am I missing something here? I guess the risk is small sample size w both on the field.
  3. As far next year Burkhead and White are both UFAs so getting him at value might be a pipe dream.
  4. I guarantee he'll play more this upcoming week. The question is how much. Prior to injury he was the clear lead dog. How much that matters now is TBD. I'm holding to see how things play out. Low floor, high ceiling play.
  5. The Pats back by committee system is maddening. They telegraph all their plays the second Harris and White are on the field. The only time anything is ever in question is when the put Burkhead in. The fact that Harris has performed under these circumstances is even more admirable. Upside is definitely capped until usages changes sadly. Which sucks, because I think Harris is a good player.
  6. Only bodes well for his play time with them being up. The night is young.
  7. So you're telling me if he puts together another 100 yard game you aren't going consider starting a back with 100 yard games in 3 of 5 games while being 2nd in the league against stacked boxes and averaging over 5 ypc? Let's see what happens.
  8. I expect snap count to go up next week w health. Either him or Dwelley will be profitable.
  9. Auto correct from Irv, but I hear you brother. It's been a rough few weeks for Tonyan for sure. I'm just a big believer in the talent/profile in this offense and tend to think with a dynasty mindset because that's my favorite format.
  10. As much disdain as I have for Sony as a Patriots fan you definitely have to be worried. I would not start if he is active. Makes the floor far too low. Talking about a back that is only hitting about 30% snap share and has a direct threat to his role returning. I would wait to see how it plays out or move on.
  11. Not debating on Thomas at this moment. I think there are greener pastures ahead. He's certainly gonna be boom or bust The entire GB offense was absolute disaster against TB. I just gave you whats on my wire. Here are more names: Certainly not rostering Olsen, Dwelley, Eifert, Akins, Knox, Ito Smith, Fisker, Rudolph, Albert O, D Fells, Mo Alie Cox ahead of him. This is a 12 teamer mind you. Everyone is rostering multiple TEs for the most part because the position is crap.
  12. I mean I could debate either way more RZ opportunities w GB. Thomas isn't an option in my 12 teamer. If he is sitting out there for you. No one is telling you not to do it. Most of these guys have their weeks made based off if they get a TD or not IE Mark Andrews etc.
  13. Thats about every TE in the league right now...
  14. I'd say they are relatively equal. Do you really going to think Tonyan is going to get 1 target a game going forward? He just had 7 the week before. Targets on GB offense are WAY more valuable than targets on a lackluster Washington unit. BTW Thomas is rostered in my 12 team. Another edit: SF has one of best LB corps and has been extremely tough against TEs as well.
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