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4 minutes ago, Gohawks said:

Thought i'd check in on this bum since Gurley may be out. 

Any insight from guys that follow the team? Any potential with Lewis? He is still getting a decent snap percentage and in half PPR or full PPR there's some value. Right. RIGHT?!?!?! 

 

On this offense, he is useless, even in PPR leagues.

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1 hour ago, Gohawks said:

Thought i'd check in on this bum since Gurley may be out. 

Any insight from guys that follow the team? Any potential with Lewis? He is still getting a decent snap percentage and in half PPR or full PPR there's some value. Right. RIGHT?!?!?! 

 

Sorry mate, it's the Derrick Henry show in NashVegas.

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2 hours ago, vthokie3 said:

I dont think he has a good game, worth a add/block though

 

The game seems tailored to his skill set. Looks like a shootout and his effectiveness in the passing game will be helpful.  It is certainly a better than some anticipated low scoring slugfest.

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3 minutes ago, DownSouthWolverine said:

 

He is the lead back and catches passes.  That's huge, especially in PPR.  Saints defense isn't that great, and that's coming from a fan.

 

Yup. Volume is king. May run for a mediocre 15-42 but who knows, could get in the endzone and grab 6-32 in PPR.

I picked up just to block.

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1 hour ago, kyoun1e said:

Curious where Lewis ranks now among the usual suspects. Probably somewhere #20 to #25 RBs in PPR. 

Throw another option in the mix among those who are debating Boone, D. Washington, etc.

I’m rolling Dion, Boone, Carson. 🙏

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1 hour ago, kyoun1e said:

Curious where Lewis ranks now among the usual suspects. Probably somewhere #20 to #25 RBs in PPR. 

Throw another option in the mix among those who are debating Boone, D. Washington, etc.

 

Craziness.

Im leaning towards starting Lewis over D. Washington now. Lewis should be the featured back while Washington will be splitting snaps with Jalen Richard.

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13 minutes ago, Gryfter said:

 

Craziness.

Im leaning towards starting Lewis over D. Washington now. Lewis should be the featured back while Washington will be splitting snaps with Jalen Richard.


what about the Saints run D?

only 2 100 yard rushers since 2017. Yes, 2017.

Plus the Titans WRs are banged up and Lattimore will be all over AJ Brown. 
 

I picked DL up but he seems VERY risky in non ppr

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what about the Saints run D?

only 2 100 yard rushers since 2017. Yes, 2017.

Plus the Titans WRs are banged up and Lattimore will be all over AJ Brown. 
 

I picked DL up but he seems VERY risky in non ppr

Eh - their main run-stopper is gone - multiple DLs in fact.  I don’t see a huge problem here

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4 minutes ago, FreakFries said:


what about the Saints run D?

only 2 100 yard rushers since 2017. Yes, 2017.

Plus the Titans WRs are banged up and Lattimore will be all over AJ Brown. 
 

I picked DL up but he seems VERY risky in non ppr

 

Different RB, same game plan: Ball control to keep Brees off the field.

Lewis should/will be getting targets in the passing game. Yes, it may not help in non-PPR.

Risky, yes but how about the safe plays from yesterday's games? Winston, Watson, NE DST?

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3 minutes ago, BMcP said:

Eh - their main run-stopper is gone - multiple DLs in fact.  I don’t see a huge problem here


 

Thank you for this. 
 

Still, Marlon Mack was 11-19 last week and the Colts have a pretty solid O line. 
 

I get they were in catch up mode but still - 11 for 19 behind a solid O line.

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1 minute ago, Gryfter said:

 

Different RB, same game plan: Ball control to keep Brees off the field.

Lewis should/will be getting targets in the passing game. Yes, it may not help in non-PPR.

Risky, yes but how about the safe plays from yesterday's games? Winston, Watson, NE DST?


 

Thank you but see above. 11-19

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