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  1. 20 Team Re-Draft...3rd Title Over the Past 5 Seasons.....Already looking forward to next season! QB: *Kyler Murray & John Wofford RB: *Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, *Myles Gaskin, Salvin Ahmed, Dare Ogunbowale WR: *Jarvis Landry, *Sterling Shepard, *TY Hilton, *Van Jefferson, Jalen Guyton, KJ Hamler, Preston Williams, Deebo Samuel TE: *Logan Thomas, Cole Kmet, Stephen Anderson PK: *Rodrigo Blankenship DST: *Pittsburgh Steelers * Denotes starters during championship week
  2. Tampa/Arians recently stated zero intent to rest any starters and are playing to win in Week 17. Aware it was Antonio. Sanders could be a solid floor play...Also look at a few of these dart throws: Richie James/Kendrick Bourne, in a game where the Niners will likely be passing a fair amount vs Seattle. Lynn Bowden, assuming Parker continues to sit (with Grant out) vs Buffalo in another potential pass happy script. GL
  3. McLaurin, if he plays (vs Eagles/20th ranked against the pass) and Brown (vs Atl/30th ranked against the pass) would be my optimal choices. Both are motivated, with playoff implications on the line, and have aforementioned favorable matchups. Agholor would be my contingency start should McLaurin sit (though I'd look at some FA options as well). Malcolm Brown would be my FLEX, working as the bell-cow against a 23rd ranked Cardinals rush defense. Expecting 20+ touches sans Kupp/Akers/Henderson. Keep an eye on the Jets injury news if you ultimately opt to start Crowder, with P
  4. Deep League Dives Identifying the Often Overlooked Lamar Miller: David Montgomery entered concussion protocol which opens the door for the former Texans bell-cow to be called up to the active roster. The Bears have one of the most fantasy friendly schedules for running backs down the stretch. They draw the Vikings this week, who've yielded the 15th most points to opposing rushers. Don't chase tote-less pass catcher Ryan Nall....Its "Miller Time" should Monty sit. KhaDarel Hodge: While Rashard Higgins captured the fantasy limelight in the wake of OBJ's injury
  5. This thread is built around speculation of future value. Its not the "Crystal Ball" thread, but rather voicing opinions on players who speculatively make for strong prospective adds that might be on a leagues respective waiver wire. Not entirely sure the purpose of trolling or being a drain to those who attempt to add value to this segment. Those who don't support the contributions can simply move on....Safe to say that nobody is right 100% of the time, but staying ahead of the curve, rather than chasing it, is normally a recipe for success. Receiving 10-15 touches a week, incl
  6. Lets bookmark this. Be happy to circle back in the next few weeks to see how it plays out. Talent wins out, and Akers is immensely more talented than Brown, while Henderson continues playing at far less than 100%. Akers snaps were curtailed as he battled his own injury, however expect to see him deployed more in the run game, once fully healed, echoing McVay's recent statements. The bye presents opportunity to involve him more in the offensive scheme imo. Rather speculate on forward thinking, than chase past production. -The Rando
  7. Deep League Dives Identifying The Often Overlooked Eno Benjamin, RB Ari: Expected to be taken within the top three rounds of the '20 Draft, after breaking the ASU single season rushing record, Benjamin fell to the 7th Round to the Cardinals delight. While the focus is solely on Edmonds in the light of Drake's injury, the rookie rusher is now only an injury away from a prominent role in one of the leagues most prolific offensive attacks. Edmonds has never shouldered a full work load, making Benjamin worth a speculative add. Jakobi Meyers WR, NE: Harry maybe tren
  8. Based on the varying responses, there isn't a clear cut "correct" response. We all have our own taste-specific preferences, but there is no universal "right".....which is why the contributions to this thread are fun to monitor. As LM, vetting owners who share in similar behaviors and beliefs mitigates taste-specific pain points, and subsequently promotes league activity level and morale. Easier to grow rapport/relationships, and subsequently trade, with folks who are generally likeminded. Joining a league "cold", integrating owners to a format without backg
  9. My main league implores a very active trade culture, to which I agree with @Lamont Sanford makes it the most enjoyable. Trading is my favorite aspect of FF. However to reach that level of enjoyment one needs proactive group of willing counterparts. IMO, Leaving trades unattended lacks courtesy, while driving down the activity culture and morale of the league as a whole. Worse are owners who elect to berate offers, rather than sculpting creative counters/alternatives. None of these behaviors lend themselves to leagues that I'd enjoy personally. I've often co
  10. Fulgham fits this space too, though he already is squarely on the fantasy radar, and had been previously discussed a bit following his Week 5 showing. Also skeptical about his value, long term, with Goedert, Jackson and Jeffery returning in short order. Ward also won't simply go away, and dealt with Haden last week if I'm not mistaken (contributing towards Fulgham's increased opportunity). Touted Mattison based on the belief that he could Week 6 winner. Aware he, and Gaskin, are more mainstream, having had pre-existing helium, however....I dunno...just felt like writing them
  11. Deep League Dives Identifying Under The Radar Talent Alex Mattison: He is more mainstream than who I normally post, however he should easily top this weeks waiver wish list (Claypool is too obvious). Cook's injured groin, coupled with Minnesotas upcoming bye in Week 7, adds speculation that the incumbent will sit. If so, Mattison will again be the bell-cow in week 6, drawing a hapless Falcons defense that ranks 31st against the run Expect fantasy fire works. Gerald Everett: Presumed starting tight end Tyler Higbee ran a season low 16 routes last week, while Everet
  12. 1) Singletary: Still the starting tailback; Titans rank 29th against the run 2)Gallup: G-Men corners are susceptible to big-plays. Gallup is the deep threat. Mediocre defenses on both sides suggest points a plenty. Like Gallup for a score! 3)Johnson: Browns remain committed to running the ball. Colts present a tough matchup, however his likely 10 touches presents more defined opportunity than that of the others on your list Thanks for the feedback on mine. Hope this helps!
  13. Leave him on the wire. His target conversion is pretty awful this year, resulting in the Bengals shying away from making him a focal point. As the youth movement continues, don't be surprised to see continued regression, providing some younger talents with more opportunities.
  14. To provide some context (my team is in my sig), making the Murray deal would have left me with Preston Williams as my WR1, w/o the second deal........So moving Chubb, while selling low, seemed worthwhile with his return slated for no earlier than Week 8. Starting Lineup consists of: QB RB WR WR WR WR/RB WR/TE PK DST Below are my pre and post trade roster PRE-TRADE QB: Cousins/Kyle Allen RB: Chubb/D Johnson/Du Johnson/M Gaskin/M Breida WR: Tyler Boyd, Preston Williams, Ke Cole, Ra Cobb, K Raymond
  15. Interested to see how the majority feels as though I did here.......Felt the need to shake things up a bit! 20 Team .5 PPR 2-2 Record 2 trades Trade 1 Got: Kyler Murray and Josh Lambo (needed a bye week kicker for Butkers Wk 10 Bye; no kickers on FA) Gave: Kirk Cousins and Tyler Boyd Trade 2 Got: Jarvis Landry & Sterling Shepard Gave: Nick Chubb
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