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  1. Feeling your pain right now. I had him on my bench but had to replace Gaskin. Nice that Shanahan is refusing to use his best RB in the red zone. 😣
  2. I think I'm going to roll with Burrow and Tua for the foreseeable future. The best week I've gotten from a QB was the week Lamar was on a bye. I'm wondering what kind of trade value he even has at this point.
  3. The lack of receptions and TD's hurts, no doubt, but what's missing from Drake's resume this season that really concerns me is big plays. And my concern has less to do with Drake, and more to do with how opposing DC's are scheming against Arizona. When you're defending 3-4 WR sets all game and you have an electric player like Murray at QB, you give them the 3 yard runs up the middle so you can defend wider and hopefully keep Murray in the pocket. That's why Drake's two longest runs of the year are 16 yards and 15 yards. When you defend the Cardinals, you play "bend don't break" and
  4. "Play anyone going against the dolphins" isn't advice I'd listen to this year. Their defense is really improved, especially the secondary.
  5. Depends on your team. I have 3 RB's better than Ingram and need a WR to pair with Davante Adams. I'm really not a fan of Ingram's situation and looking to buy low on a WR with big upside. Haven't decided if I'm going to accept, but I'm considering it.
  6. Hope he busts a long TD in the 1st quarter before the Metlife Stadium turf monster gets him.
  7. This comment isn't aging well. I'm actually here because the Barkely owner in my league wants to trade AJ straight up for Ingram. Honestly seems like a pretty fair trade given the risk/reward surrounding both players.
  8. I think this is spot on and was my thought as well. Sounds like he was having issues making cuts on that turf and was taken out before he could do any real damage. I bet he's back full speed in week 4.
  9. Even for those of us that do, there's got to be some concern that Tevin Coleman got 14 carries to McKinnon's 3. McKinnon is obviously far more talented, but I'm not sure the coaches trust his knee enough to give him a big workload this early. If Mostert misses any time, I bet we see Tevin Coleman eat up a lot of carries even though he sucks.
  10. He had 22 touches, averaged 4.3 ypc, didn't fumble, and overall played a pretty clean game. It didn't amount to a ton of fantasy points, but I fail to see why so many of you are hitting the panic button. The Cardinals had a big win and Edmunds had 3 carries for 4 yards. You telling me you're not starting Drake all year if he's getting 20+ touches a week? TD's are flukey and it's not like some other back is stealing his goal line work. They just didn't run many plays inside the 10.
  11. Gus hardly played in the first half and had half his carries on the final drive when the game was basically decided. Overall this was an encouraging game for Ingram, but it's definitely a weird situation moving forward. Very odd that Dobbins hardly played after being featured so much last week.
  12. Dobbins looks like the latest week 1 breakout RB to see a huge reduction in snaps in week 2. I haven't even seen him enter the game, it's been all Ingram.
  13. Seeing reports that Mostert's injury is an MCL, not an ACL. No details on severity, but Shanahan said he wasn't too concerned about it, so that's something positive.
  14. Certainly too early to panic, but it's hard not to be concerned about this guy when the Cowboys throw it 47 times and he only gets 5 targets. It's pretty obvious that Gallup is the Brandin Cooks in this offense and will be heavily dependent on deep balls and TD's every week.
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