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  1. Looking good tonight. The ups and downs are nauseating but tempted to jump on board again as his leash is as long as they come .
  2. Thought it was a shoulder injury but hey just said elbow
  3. Great question/point. The seahawks defense is beginning to look interesting
  4. With my leagues keeper deadline coming soon, I am revisiting this post that I made a couple months ago. Now with Damien Williams injured (although mild injury) what’s the consensus between him and Mack? Mack suddenly seems safer for me. 10 team PPR. Thanks.
  5. I'm thinking Ebron, as he seems to be a reliable redone target as a matchup nightmare, in a position that's hard to come by for consistency
  6. Trying to decide my running back keeper for next year. Due to the high octane KC offense, I was initially going to go with D. Williams, but I am also considering Mack. I know KC got Hyde, and I still remember how Williams underachieved on Miami, so I am still unsure on who to keep. Both backs ended the season well. Thoughts?
  7. Some rookies from this year that may be at an affordable ADP next year seem like good targets. I'm thinking SGA, JJJ, maybe Mo Bamba even.
  8. I think Rodney’s poor performance in Cleveland was also attributed to the pressures of being a primary scorer after Love’s injury. He still is a perimeter threat and I think he’s decent for 2 threes and some points with all the attention to lillard and cj. Portland needed another scorer to take pressure off their back court so I understand the move. Hood may be rosterable in the deeper formats.
  9. Wondering who to start: Engram against Oakland or ASJ against the Chiefs. WHIR
  10. Wondering who to start: Engram against Oakland or ASJ against the Chiefs. WHIR
  11. He’s a lot more athletic than he looks. Reminds me of a young Eric Gordon, with hitting threes and surprisingly throwing down the occasional dunk
  12. Won me some good DFS money tonight. I do think he may have earned himself enough attention to avoid DNPs in the future, for what that’s worth
  13. If you look, his left hip internally rotates and his ankle pronates, both to take pressure off the knee...that saves the MCL, but the meniscus is a little worrisome. Luckily he wasn’t on one foot during the hot, and it was slow velocity so no terrible triad. Meniscus is not safe though
  14. This guy totally passes the eye test. I know he's not 100% yet, but could've fooled me this morning. Definitely worth some FAAB
  15. Coleman seems like the better play. Anderson is a gamble, but I'd play it safe
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