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https://twitter.com/adamschefter/status/1343053909141680128?s=21

 

Q w Hamstring - “Chiefs will monitor Hill and be smart w him as well”

I have 3 other capable WRs - ARob AJBrown DionJohnson.  Lineup looks like;

RB - Dalvin MSanders (JTaylor)

WR - ARob AJBrown (Tyreek) 

Flex - w no Tyreek would be JTaylor or DionJohnson 

Or I could start DionJohnson and flex JTaylor and bench AJBrown (tough matchup)   

 

Tyreek Hamstring + meaningless game has me worried   I’m not feeling like he’ll ply a full game, maybe not even a half   Keenan 2.0?  

Do I sit tyreek?   
 

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That quote is troubling, but if Hill plays, you have to start him. You know what they say about "always start your studs" in fantasy.

Falcons are the 2nd worst team against WRs, so you couldn't ask for a better matchup for Hill for the fantasy championship finals.

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Think if the Chiefs were that concerned about his hamstring then they wouldn’t play him at all. Fact he got two limited practices in and is playing in a great matchup means you have to play him. Even if he only plays a half he could have 25 by the time he sits. Just takes him one play to make a difference.

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8 hours ago, The Frayed Ends of Fantasy said:

That quote is troubling, but if Hill plays, you have to start him. You know what they say about "always start your studs" in fantasy.

Falcons are the 2nd worst team against WRs, so you couldn't ask for a better matchup for Hill for the fantasy championship finals.

How about when one of your injured “studs” screams into the TV camera “DONT SIT ME !!!” thanks Keenan 🤨

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