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Despite his stats today, Fuller to me is becoming a WR1, even elite level.  You have to watch the game to look beyond the stats.  He dropped 3 td's passes today.  Also was targeted on deep multiple de

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19 minutes ago, StevenSC400 said:

And your sell high window has closed. Tried to tell some of you guys earlier. This happens every single year. 

 

I tried to sell, but no one was buying.  Your "advice"  wasn't so prescient, Fuller's reputation is well known by now.

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9 hours ago, esprits4s said:

 

I tried to sell, but no one was buying.  Your "advice"  wasn't so prescient, Fuller's reputation is well known by now.

Well at least you tried that’s all I was trying to say. And I wasn’t saying sell him by himself. I said he would be a perfect player to put in a package. A two for one.

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really thought this would be the year be played 10+ games, guess not. I have him in a 16 teamer, so cant drop. the WW looks barren.

 

Why in 2019 are we still getting guys with these hamstring injuries? how can these be prevented? they have top of the line medical staff, trainers, etc.  is this a warm up/stretching thing? (I'm sure I sound ignorant as hell right now), but seriously can someone come up with an explanation please?!? why are there so many hamstring pull injuries every year, are these guys so freakishly fast that their soft tissue can keep up with the movement?

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3 hours ago, Thrill22 said:

really thought this would be the year be played 10+ games, guess not. I have him in a 16 teamer, so cant drop. the WW looks barren.

 

Why in 2019 are we still getting guys with these hamstring injuries? how can these be prevented? they have top of the line medical staff, trainers, etc.  is this a warm up/stretching thing? (I'm sure I sound ignorant as hell right now), but seriously can someone come up with an explanation please?!? why are there so many hamstring pull injuries every year, are these guys so freakishly fast that their soft tissue can keep up with the movement?

 

It's called mother nature and genetics.  Some guys hardly have them while others are ingrained into their DNA.

Anyone think Fuller is toast ROS?  I mean why hold him?  Guy can't stay on the field.

 

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21 minutes ago, theSPANKER said:

 

It's called mother nature and genetics.  Some guys hardly have them while others are ingrained into their DNA.

Anyone think Fuller is toast ROS?  I mean why hold him?  Guy can't stay on the field.

 

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Ive gotta drop him in one of my leagues with only 5 bench spots and no IR...hoping to snag Stills

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I put in a couple of waiver claims dropping Fuller. He’s definitely not a must hold right now. If you can get Stills or another useful player, don’t hesitate.  

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