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With CMac going down for a few weeks, Davis should be the next man up. 8 catches for 74 yards in relief for CMac after he went down, clearly has some receiving chops. 

He was a popular guy on these boards last year given the uncertainty in Chicago at the time. That obviously flopped.

 

Still only 27 without a ton of mileage. 

May have to be the #1 WW add, and I personally like his chances much better than anyone behind Saquon.. 

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Guys, on my way currently to cmac’s house. That ankle is gonna be in real bad shape when I’m done, just please someone set my lineup for me moving forward.    Regards, Mike Davis Owner. 

Big Shout out to this dude for a big week. He is CMC light and looked good out there. Enjoy the next 3-4 weeks of this, PPR beast. 

18 minutes ago, FreakFries said:

Mike Davis has been cut from three teams with RBBCs with no special talent in front of him. The last of these teams decided to use a roster spot on Ryan Nall instead of Davis. 
 

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 At this point, it's just about finding guys who are in line to receive volume.   Davis is.   If you have the depth to withstand losing someone like CMC, I get it - but I'll take anyone who is going to get PT this week. 

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22 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

Dion Lewis and Gallman prevents me from using my #1 waiver priority on this guy. Dont think its worth it. The offense is putrid. RBBC

I understand he does not walk in and become CMC or even get 75% of what CMC got however, tough to have a RBBC when the only viable guy is Davis. There is not much available out there via free agency that will come for a few weeks.  Even if Bonnafan comes in and spilts carries, Davis has a role as the passing back for the next month which on a team playing from behind is a nice role to have.

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28 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

Dion Lewis and Gallman prevents me from using my #1 waiver priority on this guy. Dont think its worth it. The offense is putrid. RBBC

The NYG offense is that much better?

 

Mike Davis looks like a far better pickup than Gallman or Lewis imo.

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1 hour ago, SyNdicateZ said:

Dion Lewis and Gallman prevents me from using my #1 waiver priority on this guy. Dont think its worth it. The offense is putrid. RBBC

You could say the exact same thing about Lewis and Gallman. As of right now Davis has less competition for touches. 

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7 hours ago, Heisenburg23 said:

Don’t understand any league that has waiver priority instead of FAAB.

 

I like Waiver priority over FAAB. Real life football uses waivers if someone is released. FAAB takes more time, more research, more grind. I like a waiver priority that rotates as you use them and not by each week standings. If that makes sense. 

Id add Mike Davis, he looked pretty good, Rhule talked him up in training camp. I think he could be a long term play if the Panthers record is horrible. What is the point in bringing CMC back. Tank for Trevor Lawrence and sit CMC for the year. But CMC is the type of player that will want to return. We will see.

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23 minutes ago, CaliBlazer said:

 

I like Waiver priority over FAAB. Real life football uses waivers if someone is released. FAAB takes more time, more research, more grind. I like a waiver priority that rotates as you use them and not by each week standings. If that makes sense. 

Id add Mike Davis, he looked pretty good, Rhule talked him up in training camp. I think he could be a long term play if the Panthers record is horrible. What is the point in bringing CMC back. Tank for Trevor Lawrence and sit CMC for the year. But CMC is the type of player that will want to return. We will see.


You like waiver priority over FAAB because FAAB takes “more time, more research, and more grind?” Legitimate question because I don’t understand...isn’t that what separates great fantasy managers from average fantasy managers?

 

I didn’t get to watch much of Davis but I’d be willing to take chance on him depending on my RB depth. However, I wouldn’t blow a ton of FAAB or a #1 waiver on him if I had decent RB depth. If I owned CMC then that might change my thoughts on that though.

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1 minute ago, SyNdicateZ said:

Not alot of Buzz in this thread seeig he Should be the new belcow for a while.. thought their should be......

Is he worth #1 add???????


I’d say it’s him or McKinnon. With Coleman injured, I think you might get big numbers out of McKinnon but only for 2-3 weeks as opposed to 4-6 out of Davis.

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