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On 12/12/2017 at 8:34 PM, unk3 said:

 

Also beast mode gets a pay bonus at 800 rushing yards (currently at 619). He would need to average 60.3 yards a game get that pay day. 

 

I want to believe that SNF will be a good one. I just want to!

They should move Steelers vs Patriots or Seahawks vs Rams to SNF. While neither of these teams have a terrible record they're both trash.

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6 minutes ago, Pancake$tacks said:

Maybe earlier in the season, but his last 6 or so games are hardly boom/bust for a guy who probably went late in drafts. You want boom/bust? Go look at TY Hilton. 

 

TY is just a bust. Still don't understand why the Raiders don't pound Beast Mode close to the goal line.

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Marshawn Lynch vs Eagles

Derek Carr may not be playing his best right now, but that does not mean that the entire Raiders offense is be useless. Lynch will be among the Raiders you want in your lineup come game time. Over his past 4 games he is averaging 16.5 carries, 76.25 yards, and .75 touchdowns. These numbers are good enough to make him the number 7 overall running back in fantasy in the past month. He is even helping out in the passing game, hauling in at least one catch per game. There is no threat of his role being stolen either. He leads the team in carries and is far out-snapping the other backs on this team, seen most prominently in Week 15 when he played 73 percent of Oakland’s offensive snaps. In Week 16, he’ll face an Eagles team that has allowed the fewest yards to running backs, but is averaging 14.2 fantasy points per game to the position. Normally, matchups hold a great deal of weight in start/sit decisions, but when a player is running like Lynch, then you can’t be afraid to roll with him. Philadelphia is a strong run defense, giving up only 3.7 yards per attempt and 71.5 yards per game. Out of the Eagles 7 which they have ceded to running backs, 4 have come in the red zone however, where Lynch is very efficient. In this area of the field Lynch is successful on 50 percent of his runs and has scored 57.14 percent of his touchdowns on the season.

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