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  1. Anyone watch the game and think this cat is worth an add/start over unexciting WR 3 types? Great stat line for half PPR as the #1 Chicago WR last game, but also seems pretty random given the season.
  2. Y'all are nuts. Cooper is the man. He draws the primary coverage so Crabtree can go 1 on 1 with the #2. It does lead to crabs having more productive fantasy days sometimes, as Carr will take what's there. But Cooper is still the #1 WR, his talent and ceiling are much higher, he's more explosive. And crabs doing well will cause defenses not to be able to cheat as much. I'd take coops over crabs all day, and think he's got tremendous upside for the rest of the year. Now that I know how his owners feel, gonna put out some trade offers for him...
  3. Risky but I'm firing him up this week. He IS a stud when healthy - watch his tape, I don't think Carson can make the same cuts that he does and I think he runs harder. At home in a good matchup. Hopefully this isn't an ease in process, but it's as good a situation as possible to take the risk.
  4. So you can gauge his value, just acquired him for Ameer Abdullah. Think a big 2nd half is coming. He just needs the carries.
  5. Thanks for the feedback both. Guess that shows why it's such a polarizing decision... Any other perspectives?
  6. Going to go RB in the first - who would you rather have? Think Ajayi is the better pure runner and like his pass catching potential with Cutler. Also like his O-line a little better. Like Gordon's overall offense better (how long can Cutler sustain an actual offense?) And Ajayi's injury history scares me. Thanks in advance!
  7. "Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole confirms that Vincent Jackson will have a hearing with an arbitrator next Thursday to determine whether the Chargers can keep him on the Roster Exempt list through Week 6. The arbitrator will have five days to hand down a ruling, though it's expected that she could have a decision as early as the next day. The ruling will go a long way toward determining Jackson's chances of getting traded. Thus far, three teams have been given permission to discuss a potential contract with Jackson. The Rams and Seahawks are two of the teams. The Redskins, Browns, and Vikings have r
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