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well, not so much "scared" as he is predisposed to major complications due to his sickle cell anemia ... just like how Ryan Clark could never travel to Denver.  so, yeah ... "scared" is a bad cho

Jerrick McKinnon has to go load to load when the defense loads up on him he's gotta load up on them and also load up on the metlife turf while he has to bring a bigger load.  

Faulty load?  Nonsense.

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4 minutes ago, gbill2004 said:

Sounds like Mostert could return this week. Will Shanny give Jerick a bigger or smaller load this week? 

Based off of Dr. Morse thinking that? His DNP yesterday does not bode well for his chances coming off an MCL injury. 

Did Shanahan mention anything about Mostert's chances of playing this week?

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On 10/1/2020 at 11:44 AM, Fried Pork Grind said:

No matter the size of his load Sunday shanny will make sure he gets balls in ideal situations so he can get off. 

 

Jerrick survived the gauntlet of Metlife turf in one piece. On to greener pastures now that will receive his load.

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3 hours ago, yanksman said:

Bye weeks start next week. Hoping Mostert is out one more game but likely starting regardless vs Miami.

Same, I'm down CMC and JET has carried my squad. I'm wondering even when Mostert returns, Jerick will still have FLEX value right in this offense? I doubt they ride Mostert super heavy at least in the beginning. When Coleman returns, does he take a backseat to Jerick?

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3 minutes ago, RoseLin23 said:

Same, I'm down CMC and JET has carried my squad. I'm wondering even when Mostert returns, Jerick will still have FLEX value right in this offense? I doubt they ride Mostert super heavy at least in the beginning. When Coleman returns, does he take a backseat to Jerick?

The fact that the team stuck with him through both years of injuries tells me a lot - I think he will have a role....obviously not as huge as last pm but definitely Flex worthy/  Coleman and Wilson will be on the outside with Mostert and McK running as 1/1A

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4 minutes ago, RoseLin23 said:

Same, I'm down CMC and JET has carried my squad. I'm wondering even when Mostert returns, Jerick will still have FLEX value right in this offense? I doubt they ride Mostert super heavy at least in the beginning. When Coleman returns, does he take a backseat to Jerick?

 

I think both Mostert and McKinnon can be startable together for fantasy. SF would need to be more run dominant than they've been recently, which I'd expect once Jimmy comes back (more efficient offense). Mostert can break one for a TD on any play. He's a rare RB that can take it to the house on any play, he may be the fastest RB in the game at his top speed (technically he already is). If Mostert can get 15-20 touches a game and McKinnon 10-15, or in some games the other way around, both can be useful. I'd Mostert as a solid RB2 and McKinnon as a RB3/flex. We don't know what the usage will be because they have not been healthy at the same time yet.

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11 minutes ago, RoseLin23 said:

Same, I'm down CMC and JET has carried my squad. I'm wondering even when Mostert returns, Jerick will still have FLEX value right in this offense? I doubt they ride Mostert super heavy at least in the beginning. When Coleman returns, does he take a backseat to Jerick?

Just look back at week 1 when he had a TD with all the backs healthy. He was also tackled on the 1 yd line that week so he could've had 2 TDs. 

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4 minutes ago, griffin727 said:

 

I think both Mostert and McKinnon can be startable together for fantasy. SF would need to be more run dominant than they've been recently, which I'd expect once Jimmy comes back (more efficient offense). Mostert can break one for a TD on any play. He's a rare RB that can take it to the house on any play, he may be the fastest RB in the game at his top speed (technically he already is). If Mostert can get 15-20 touches a game and McKinnon 10-15, or in some games the other way around, both can be useful. I'd Mostert as a solid RB2 and McKinnon as a RB3/flex. We don't know what the usage will be because they have not been healthy at the same time yet.

Week 1. 

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