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  1. I'm fortunate to have solid alternatives - but no matter what JRob is coming with me, even if only on the bench. You've earned this rest young prince
  2. This has been one of my fantasy team names for years. I have JRob. We're heading to the championship together. You, sir, have struck a positive chord with me.
  3. Just to add, it was 16-0 early in the 2nd when PHI scored their first TD. So at no point was this a garbage time game. Further, I don't anticipate either defense stopping either offense, and can easily see this being a high scoring affair (the current o/u lines in Vegas support this take).
  4. Let's not forget Swift's real coming out party, prior to his concussion and then subsequent illness, when he was first given the lead role was against WFT - a defense that is arguably as good or better against the run than TB. And Swift put up a cool 25+ PPR points. He is immensely talented and, in my opinion, matchup-proof. Stafford is the biggest concern for me. If I have other options at RB, then Swift + Staff = start; Swift - Staff = bench. But if I don't have any other viable options, I'm starting Swift and not feeling bad about it regardless of Staff's status.
  5. Oh man that was more of a right hook than a stiff-arm - that dude doesn't know what hit him!
  6. This is a pretty generalized and arrogant statement. You should have a look at the stat lines from all the completed games so far this week - Adams is not the only stud to have disappointed so far, and so a lot of owners have other factors going on that you clearly aren't aware of. But sure haha
  7. He can follow it up next year with the OSOY - Offensive Sophomore of the Year. That's a thing, right?
  8. This game definitely hurt. A lot. Hopefully those of us that rode him this far can get through this week and look for the Adams we all know and love to return to our lineups next week in the chip.
  9. This is the correct take - and those of us paying attention were waiting for the schedule to break. I was not able to get ARob in the draft, so made him a trade target early in the season for this very reason. After a couple of games you can generally start to see the defensive trends and look ahead to playoff matchups, and ARob's got it as good as anyone (outside maybe Derrick Henry and the CLE DST). Outside the schedule/matchup strength - Trubisky and Foles both suck, plain and simple.
  10. We don't need the officials to do that... We've got Doug Marrone, remember? ..... And James Conner 🤣
  11. Well, the NE game notwithstanding 😂😬😭
  12. He's consistent. Which in and of itself is valuable. He won't win you any weeks, but he won't completely disappear and cost you any weeks either. Always good to have at least a couple of those in your lineup.
  13. This feels like an AC post, but just to give an indication of where I'm pegging his value this week, I'm sitting him for Aiyuk in a flex. So I'd say most low WR2 to high flex-ish ranked WRs should be ahead of him if they've got better consistency or a better matchup/situation.
  14. He is a waiver-wire-replaceable talent who found himself in a good situation coming into this game, yes. And also, yes - his situation drastically deteriorated with Carr getting injured and leaving the game. And while I'm not faulting anyone for rolling him out there based on situation and their other options - it's also pretty clear why this thread is 3 pages.
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