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Must add.  Do it now.  Then you decide whether to start him.  Don't let your competitors grab him while you dither.

Huh?? What are you talking about dude? So anyway...back to the convo... So Gaskin is out so Breida is in but Breida is hurt so Howard is in but Laird is better at ppr but he is too small and hurt

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Very dicey play at best. Dolphins o line did nothing last game, Washington isn't very good, has barely practiced, and will be unlikely to dominate all the snaps. The Dolphins are also atrocious at running inside the 5 so TDs are unlikely aside from a long play. 

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13 minutes ago, LongBalls said:

Is this guy healthy? Nursing a hammy and didn't even play last week. Danger, Will Robinson.

Washington (hamstring) isn't listed on Miami's final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against Kansas City, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Washington is projected to back up Myles Gaskin against the vulnerable Chiefs run defense with Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) ruled out. Matt Breida could also factor into Miami's backfield plans but will need to be removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list by 4 p.m. Saturday in order to be eligible to play.

 

This was from CBS sports. 

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30 minutes ago, UcanTry said:

Well as a Gaskins, Ahmed, and David Johnson owner I’m rolling him out. Lol starting rbs for the playoffs are Washington and Jamaal Williams, here we go. 

Edmonds, Washington, Booker for me. Let’s go!

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From cbs:

 

 
(31 mins ago) Washington is likely to start after Myles Gaskin was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

With Myles Gaskin and Matt Breida both on the reserve/COVID-19 list along with Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) being ruled out Friday, Washington will essentially being forced into a prime spot against his former team. The 27-year-old saw a decent amount of work two weeks ago with the Dolphins' running-back depth in shambles, tallying 15 total touches for 60 yards, but he promptly was ruled out the following week after injuring his hamstring. The fifth-year back has carried the ball more than 10 times in a game just eight times in his career, but he was relatively prolific in his stint as the starter towards the end of last season with the Raiders accumulating 238 total yards across 50 touches during a two-game stretch. It's worth noting both Patrick Laird and Lynn Bowden figure to sap away some of Washington's receiving opportunities so it's unlikely the back will have a full starter's workload against his former team Sunday.

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2 minutes ago, herschel said:

From cbs:

 

 
(31 mins ago) Washington is likely to start after Myles Gaskin was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

With Myles Gaskin and Matt Breida both on the reserve/COVID-19 list along with Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) being ruled out Friday, Washington will essentially being forced into a prime spot against his former team. The 27-year-old saw a decent amount of work two weeks ago with the Dolphins' running-back depth in shambles, tallying 15 total touches for 60 yards, but he promptly was ruled out the following week after injuring his hamstring. The fifth-year back has carried the ball more than 10 times in a game just eight times in his career, but he was relatively prolific in his stint as the starter towards the end of last season with the Raiders accumulating 238 total yards across 50 touches during a two-game stretch. It's worth noting both Patrick Laird and Lynn Bowden figure to sap away some of Washington's receiving opportunities so it's unlikely the back will have a full starter's workload against his former team Sunday.

 

 

CBS is the last advise I would take for any fantasy sport.

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So it’s Washington, Bowden, McGuire and Laird.  Wonder why they felt the need to promote McGuire. Could be a sign there’s still a little concern on Washington’s hammy. 

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