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Fuller or Singletary? (Lost Jacobs)


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Team in sig. In the Finals.

 

Lost Jacobs. Washington was dropped late, not available during normal claim period. I have a claim in on him, but I doubt I will get him.

Its down to Singletary vs NE or Fuller vs TB. What do you guys think?

 

(Also lost Evans previous week).

 

WHIR. Leave a link.

 

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Singletary is safer, but this is as good a week as any to stack Watson/Fuller in what should be a high scoring game vs a bad secondary.  I think the risk of Fuller is worth it here.  As long as he doesn't aggravate the hammy, I'd consider his points from last week to be his absolute floor again, which shouldn't kill you vs what Singletary is likely to do. 

 

 

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Thanks for the help on mine! It's too bad they both play Saturday, otherwise you could get a feel for how your matchup stands going into Sunday, as I agree with wisc in that Singletary is safer, but Fuller has higher boom potential should you need it. In the end, I think I'd go Fuller by a nose,  considering the matchups, unless you have a really winnable on paper matchup and just need the safety of Singletary. 

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I was able to get Washington off waivers. Is he the easy choice now?

I am going against the Lamar Jackson owner, but otherwise his team isn't all that scary. I think I can live without the ceiling of Fuller. Washington probably has a higher floor than Singletary vs NE, right?

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