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Yesterday we had a little bit of everything, didn’t we? After voluntarily waking up early for a Colts-Jaguars game in London, I wondered: What happened to my life that would make me do such a thing? I mean, you’d think after all we’ve done for the United Kingdom over the years, they’d have the courtesy to be on the same time zone. And we had plenty of expected outcomes like my Chargers once again clutching a loss from the jaws of victory, the Browns being their usually Brownsy selves, a boring Sunday night primetime game, Cam Newton concussing (a word?) himself again, and, of course, DeAndre Hopkins showing us where all hope goes to die. And then something… majestic happened, something rare. (Some say it only happens once a decade…) But we, as a nation, for the first time this season, witnessed the first Patriots loss of the year. And it was to the hapless Bills. What a time to be alive. In fact, both (or one, or none, who knows?) of the Ryans coached a defense that shut out the Patriots for the first time since 2006, and the first time in New England since 1993. Seems good. But as someone once said, you don’t know the sweet unless you’ve tasted sour. The sour? The Rams and Raiders, the current and former Los Angeles football teams, are currently in playoff contention. One team is coached by Jeff Fisher, and the other by Jack Del Rio. Soak that wierd sh*t in for a second…

Blake Bortles19/33, 207 YDS, 6.3 AVG, 2 TD, 96.4 RTG and 7 CAR, 36 YDS, 5.1 AVG, 1 TD. When you deliver a representation of your national pastime to a foreign land, it’s always wise to send the finest examples available for obvious reasons. So we sent Blake Bortles. By the way, isn’t ‘Bortles’ a British euphemism? “Ello gov’ner! I say, old chap, I was chuffed to the stuffins that old codswalloper started tingling my nardlings! And I said, ye old bean, good show, good show. But when she started Bortling, I nearly clotted in my jagura!” Sorry, I learned how to speak football in Olde English from this.

Drew Brees23/36, 206 YDS, 5.7 AVG, 2 TD, 2 INT, 74.5 RTG and 4 CAR, -4 YDSDrew Brees had a pretty mediocre day, then again, I would take a mediocre Drew Brees with cerebral palsy over Ryan Fitzpatrick, for sure.

Jacoby Brissett17/27, 205 YDS, 7.6 AVG, 86.2 RTG and 4 CAR, 23 YDS, 5.8 AVG. BRISSETT LOSES THE BISCUIT! Sorry, always wanted to say that. Just now.

Jamaal Charles2 CAR, 7 YDS, 3.5 AVG. This Kansas City offense is predicated on sustaining horrible injuries for small gains, I guess.

Kirk Cousins21/27, 183 YDS, 6.8 AVG, 3 TD, 1 INT, 116.5 RTG. Kirk Cousins is, was, and always will be who we thought he was. Except when Browns are at maximum Browns. Then the calculus changes just a bit.

Isaiah Crowell15 CAR, 112 YDS, 7.5 AVG, 1 TD and 3 REC, 22 YDS, 7.3 AVG. We replaced the entire Washington front defensive seven with Folgers crystals… the difference was not immediately apparent until Crowell was given the ball.

Ezekiel Elliott23 CAR, 138 YDS, 6.0 AVG, 1 TD and 1 REC, 19 YDS. This Elliot guy might have a future in his chosen trade, but is trying his hardest to be the next star Cowboys running back who burns out in four years.

Ryan Fitzpatrick23/41, 261 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT, 53.0 RTG and 2 CAR, 5 YDS. I was curious to see if Fitzmagic would beat last week’s score of -1238. And he did everyone. He did. I think it was -1237 this time.

Joe Flacco32/52, 298 YDS, 5.7 AVG, 1 TD, 83.7 RTG and 1 CAR, 1 YDS, 1 TD. Flacco was elite today, and by elite, I mean he played like Alex Smith. They are both elite in their own way guys.

Michael Floyd3 REC, 36 YDS, 12.0 AVG, 1 TD. All these passes to Floyd (in a contract year, mind you) turn into drops… He’s gonna look great in a 49ers uniform next year it feels like.

Will Fuller V7 REC, 81 YDS, 11.6 AVG, 1 TD. Hopkins is putting up zeroes, but Will Fuller is wrecking sh*t… What a time to be alive. It’s times like when you might realize that the secret to eternal happiness is to have enough fantasy teams so that no matter what happens in a game, it benefits you in some leagues. That’s what I’m telling myself if I’m a Hopkins owner.

Blaine Gabbert16/23, 196 YDS, 8.5 AVG, 1 TD, 1 INT, 91.9 RTG and 12 CAR, 27 YDS. Odds of seeing Commie Kaepernick at some point this season?

Melvin Gordon19 CAR, 36 YDS, 1.9 AVG, 2 TD and 6 REC, 43 YDS, 7.2 AVG. My ex-girlfriend had a nice pair of melvins. Just saying. Also, did you know that our projections were just a half-point off on Gordon? I mean, they were pretty legit on a lot of the other players, but half a point? Give Rudy some melvins!

Jimmy Graham6 REC, 113 YDS, 18.8 AVG. The Jets secondary didn’t exist apparently.

Tim Hightower4 cAR, 11 YDS, 2.8 AVG. Hey, Tim Hightower is still around! There have been so many ex-Washington running backs in the NFL, it’s nice to catch a glimpse every once in a while. They should have a club probably. Normally it’s called AARP, but we could always use more.

DeAndre Hopkins1 REC, 4 YDS. Is Deandre Hopkins dead or is he getting quadruple teamed? I can’t even tell the difference anymore.

Allen Hurns2 REC, 47 YDS, 23.5 AVG, 1 TD. My God! Bortles actually threw to Hurns! What is happening? Quick, someone call Sean Hannity!

Mark Ingram18 CAR, 57 YDS, 3.2 AVG, 1 TD and 6 REC, 49 YDS, 8.2 AVG. What? I’m still stuck in the timeline where the Chargers defense is utter a**? I was really hoping to escape that, but I guess that’s too much to ask from these eleventy million beers…

Dontrelle Inman7 REC, 120 YDS, 17.1 AVG, 1 TD. Inman got in, maaaaaaaan. So let’s talk about the fact that Inman had seven catches and all the other receivers had nine for 88 yards… There was the fact that Tyrell Williams (5 REC, 40 YDS, 8.0 AVG) went down for a little when he looked to be your “USAA Chargers Gone For The Season Due To Injury” player of the game, but he did return a few plays later, so actually this was just the way the Saints were defending against the pass. They took Travis Benjamin (4 REC, 48 YDS, 12.0 AVG) away by using the linebackers to disrupt all the slants Ken Whisenhunt swears by. That’s also why Gordon and Hunter Henry (4 REC, 61 YDS, 15.3 AVG, 1 TD) were both a big part of the passing game. Will this continue? Hard to say with them giving away another win in the fourth quarter and all these infinity beers I drank, but I’d say no. Rivers likes to spread the offense out, and some days, he just takes what he’s given. The bible taught him that. The bible taught him everything, actually.

Chris Johnson – 6 CAR, 34 YDS, 5.7 AVG. Why is the wrong Johnson getting snaps here? WHY.

Duke Johnson Jr.9 CAR, 53 YDS, 5.9 AVG, 1 FUM and 6 REC, 31 YDS, 5.2 AVG. Is there a secret clause in the NFL rulebook that says the Browns have to just randomly give the ball away if they hold the lead at any point in a game?

Julio Jones12 REC, 300 YDS, 25.0 AVG, 1 TD. I told you Jones would do this yesterday.*

*I never said that.

Matt Jones22 CAR, 117 YDS, 5.3 AVG, 1 TD and 2 REC, 21 YDS, 10.5 AVG. I could tell you about Matt Jones finally breaking out a bit, but watching a Washington game is like that Interstellar movie where you get too close to a blackhole and you age 50 years in three hours.

Case Keenum18/30, 266 YDS, 8.9 AVG, 2 TD, 111.2 RTG and 3 CAR, 14 YDS. Case Keenum needs, like, a five step windup to get off a 30+ yard throw. I mean, at what point do they just sign a catapult or trebuchet?

Travis Kelce5 REC, 23 YDS, 1 TD. I haven’t seen Chiefs get treated this bad since Andrew Jackson.

Jeremy Kerley6 REC, 88 YDS, 14.7 AVG, 1 TD. Dallas defense came unbuttoned there in Levi’s Stadium yesterday. (Should’ve sprung for the zipper fly.) Regardless, I hope Jeremy Kerley becomes a broadcaster so he can have an interview series called “Kerley Qs”. *Farts, leaves room.*

Marcedes Lewis1 REC, 12 YDS. NEWS FLASH: Bortles passed to someone other than Allen Robinson (5 REC, 55 YDS, 11.0 AVG, 1 TD). Haha, just kidding, he wouldn’t do something like that.

Andrew Luck27/42, 234 YDS, 5.6 AVG, 2 TD, 1 INT, 84.8 RTG and 4 CAR, 23 YDS, 5.8 AVG. Are we to the point where we throw in the towel on Luck? I mean, he’s good, and can be really really a little bit better than good… and can certainly put up the numbers… but the Colts aren’t winning any championships with him, right? I mean, I’d like to see the front office throw some money at the defense, or the offensive line before I adopting that stance, but I mean, c’mon, they haven’t done that in the last 20 years…

LeSean McCoy19 CAR, 70 YDS, 3.7 AVG and 6 REC, 38 YDS, 6.3 AVG and 1 TD. I see the Bills and McCoy served up a little appetizer portion of Patriots schadenfreude… don’t mind if I do!

Cam Newton 14/25, 165 YDS, 6.6 AVG, 1 TD, 89.6 RTG and 5 CAR, 30 YDS, 6.0 AVG. Newton left near the half with another concussion (which makes 28 so far this season). I hope it’s okay, but more importantly, I hope this doesn’t affect his press conference status in the future. Based on Week 3 and Week 2, I’ve got $50 on “tricorner hat” for his postgame outfit next week…

Brock Osweiler25/37, 254 YDS, 6.9 AVG, 2 TD, 2 INT, 82.5 RTG and 1 CAR, 14 YDS. Seems like Brock Osweiler is actually really-really, uh, one, two… really (gotta get three in there) bad, turns out.

Carson Palmer23/36, 288 YDS, 8.0 AVG, 1 TD, 1 INT, 86.3 RTG, 1 FUM. Carson Palmer is a less talented Peyton Manning during the weeks last season when Manning didn’t know he was a corpse yet.

Dak Prescott23/32, 245 YDS, 7.7 AVG, 2 TD, 114.7 RTG and 5 CAR, 3 YDSDAK DAK DAK DAK DAK.

Terrelle Pryor5 REC, 46 YDS, 9.2 AVG, 1 TD and 1 CAR, -6 YDS. Why do teams even bother passing against Washington? I’m pretty sure this is the worst run defense in the history of the universe. Yes, I know what hyperbole is.

Jordan Reed9 REC, 73 YDS, 8.1 AVG, 2 TD. I like how the Browns decided not to cover Jordan Reed at all. Seemed like a sound strategy yesterday.

Matt Ryan28/37, 503 YDS, 13.6 AVG, 4 TD, 1 INT, 142.0 RTG and 4 CAR, 14 YDS. Matt Ryan had a hell of game yesterday, no doubt pleasing all his fantasy owners who had him on the bench while starting someone else.

Alex Smith30/50, 287 YDS, 5.7 AVG, 2 TD, 1 INT, 81.0 RTG and 1 CAR, 2 YDS. Alex Smith is the last item on the value menu of quarterbacks.

Steve Smith Sr.8 REC, 111 YDS, 13.9 AVG, 1 TD. I thought Steve Smith retired.

Tyrod Taylor27/39, 246 YDS, 6.3 AVG, 1 TD, 94.6 RTG and 5 CAR, 28 YDS, 5.6 AVG. I’m pretty sure this is the Bills and Taylor’s version of winning the Super Bowl, right?

Kevin White6 REC, 55 YDS, 9.2 AVG. I’ve seen some label Kevin White a bust and calling for Ryan Pace to be fired. That’s fine, I totally get the frustration… it’s been a rough decade to be a Bears fan, I know that especially as a Chargers fan, but it’s hard to label White a bust when they don’t even seem to include him in the offense. The tougher label would be trying to figure out which fanbase is more reactionary and prone to panic, the Bears or Cubs.

Russell Wilson23/32, 309 YDS, 9.7 AVG, 3 TD, 133.5 RTG and 5 CAR, -5 YDS. Russell Wilson rehabs better because Jesus-bubbles and abstinence.

Jason Witten7 REC, 47 YDS, 6.7 AVG. Iron Liver Witten, God bless him.

T.J. Yeldon14 CAR, 71 YDS, 5.1 AVG and 4 REC, 46 YDS, 11.5 AVG. What the Colts run defense doesn’t have in talent, they make up for with poor decision-making and execution. And we’ll have to see how Chris Ivory (8 CAR, 29 YDS, 3.6 AVG) changes the dynamic here. The snap counts may even up a bit next week, but if Yeldon can establish this going forward, you could see this slowly becoming his job… but I’m not holding my breath.

 

Final Thought

 

 

  1. Zach

    Zach says:
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    If you would have told me that the Pats would have started the year 3-1 without Brady, and without Jimmy G for two of those four, I would have punched you in the face and said “please don’t give me hope”

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Zach: Yeah, I’m sure that Patriots fans thought they would have lost to the Cardinals… But against the Dolphins and Texans? Don’t be silly.

  2. TOGMAN says:
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    I can add PHI D/ST now, but I would have to drop a decent player instead of my current D/ST.

    12 team Half-PPR
    QB: Rivers, Winston
    RB: Bell, McCoy, Lacy, McKinnon, Bernard
    WR: M. Jones, Crabtree, Sanders, Wallace, M. Floyd
    TE: Gronkowski
    D/ST: NYJ

    I can’t drop NYJ yet so I would prob have to drop Winston/Floyd/Wallace.

    Available QB: Flacco, Mariota, Osweiler, Bradford, Gabbert
    Available: WR: Dorsett, Inman, Beasley, Royal, Woods
    Available: D/ST: Buffalo, Baltimore, Pittsburgh

    Is it worth grabbing PHI now at the price of Winston/Floyd/Wallace?

    I would probably have to use my #6 claim to get Buffalo.

    • Jay

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      @TOGMAN: I would hold for now, and see how you feel tomorrow. I think Winston is probably the one you should drop. I think the rest of your team seems strong.

  3. Ted the bear says:
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    Hey man! Love the posts!

    Before asking my Question here’s my team

    It’s .5 ppr

    QB: rivers

    RB1: David Johnson
    RB2: Melvin Gordon

    WR1: Hopkins
    WR2: Sterling Shepard
    WR3: will fuller

    Flex: Jordan Howard

    TE: Witten

    D/St : Giants

    Kicker: Cairo santos

    Bench: Hyde, Derrick Henry, Dwayne Washington, Chris hogan, sharpe, Matt Ryan, Philip Dorsett, Chris Johnson, Kyle Rudolph.

    Question #1: would you look to trade my Hyde for either Brandon Marshall or TY Hilton? I could use help at WR

    Question # 2: which week 5 D?
    Eagles D (@ Detroit)

    Bears D (@ Indy)

    Rams D (vs bills)

    Question # 3

    I’m dropping Cairo santos, out of these available kickers are you adding: mason crosby(already had his bye I could ride him Rest of the season), then there are streamers; josh lambo (week 5 @ Oakland), Matt Bryant (@ Denver week 5), Dan carpenter (week 5 at Rams)

    Last Q; are you dropping either Dwayne Washington, tajae sharpe, Henry or either one of my TEs (Witten or Rudolph) to add any of these guys: Inman, Jeremy kerely, Sammie Coates, James white, Brian quick or powell?

    After this week’s loss I am middle of the pack at 2-2, hey could be worse could be 0-4 or 1-3.

    I’m kicking myself for starting rivers over Ryan, hey I thought the matchup was great for rivers. lol I’m down 34 points with Sterling Shepard, Giants D, and my defensive player I have the DE from the Vikings Danielle hunter who’s been getting Sacks, lol maybe I can get a miracle defensive game from the g-men. Looks highly unlikely , I am on to week 5

    Thanks master jay!

    • Jay

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      @Ted the bear: Sup man! I think you can go Crosby or just stream. Haven’t thought about rankings yet, but Carpenter seems okay for that upcoming matchup. Probably hold on the TE’s. Maybe Rudolph for Inman. Most people didn’t start Ryan, that’s for sure. Any time!

      • Ted the bear says:
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        @Jay:

        Thanks jay, thoughts on trading my Hyde for Brandon Marshall or ty Hilton ?

        • Jay

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          @Ted the bear: I’m okay with it, and I might go Hilton right now.

  4. Ryan says:
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    In a .5 ppr league who do you like more ros and why? Christine Michael or Todd Gurley?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Ryan: Gurley, mostly because of the room to grow and that Rawls will complicate things when healthy.

      • Ryan says:
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        @Jay: cool how about crabtee or
        D hop? Who do you like more ros?

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Ryan: Hopkins. I think Crabtree is fine, but I don’t see him doing that again.

  5. MattG says:
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    Yo Jay Whats Crackin?

    I got offered his Amari Cooper, Christine and Tyler Lockett

    For my Brandin Cooks, Golden Tate, Duke Johnson. What do you think?

    That would leave me with

    WR: COOPER
    WR: WILL FULLER
    RB: EZEKIEL
    RB: CHRISTINE
    FLEX: B. MARSHALL
    FLEX: WARE/MICHAEL THOMAS/ ROBERT WOODS/DARKWA

    • MattG says:
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      PPR, forgot to mention

      • MattG says:
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        he also offered Sterling shepard in place of Amari? help me out, im on TILT! lol

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @MattG: i like that they’re putting Shepard in the deal, but I still like your side. I think it’s because Duke is pretty useful in ppr.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @MattG: sup matt! I like your side by a hair.

  6. William Hung says:
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    I need 21 points from Victor Cruz and Minny D tonight. Damn Dwayne Washington and Sims gave me nothing yesterday. I was better off starting Gio Bernard over Sims and using Robert Woods instead of Washington. DAMMIT!

    • MattG says:
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      @William Hung:

      UPSIDE WINSTON

      SAFE PLAY WENTZ

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @William Hung: I need 30 from Darkwa. Seems good.

  7. CL says:
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    In this one league, I have Cam, I happen to have Winston sitting on the bench. In case Cam is out, would you rather slide Winston in, or dump him for Wentz? Thank you.

    • MattG says:
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      @CL:

      UPSIDE WINSTON

      SAFE PLAY WENTZ

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @CL: I like Wentz right now. Winston has been sloppy.

  8. New to PPR says:
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    12 team PPR 4 make playoffs

    QB – Luck

    RB – Freeman/Hill

    WR – Robinson/Cook

    TE – Rudolph

    Flex – T.Benjamin

    K – Catanzaro

    D – Cin

    BN – Demary/Ertz/Maclin

    BN – Riddick/T.Coleman/Howard

    BN – Deandre Washington

    This week is setting up to be a big roster turn over for me to begin with. As I have 3 WR on byes, the Rudolph/Ertz decision, and have to decide soon if DeAndre or Coleman are worth hanging onto still.

    With so many bye’s for my WR week 5 and none of my bench helping their trade value cause this week.What can i really send out offer wise?

    • Jay

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      @New to PPR: i think if you are selling, you have to attach a good piece with a bad one. Like a Hill with something.

      • New to PPR says:
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        @Jay:

        I’m 1-3 right now. Trying to figure out how to fix this ship.Just don’t know best way to.As 4 teams make the playoffs.In a don’t know what move to make.However, with so few playoff seats.Scared to wait it out too much longer.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @New to PPR: Yeah, I hear ya. Sometimes you have to shake things up, which is fine. I’m just saying, the team you drafted looked strong.

  9. Big league choo says:
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    10 team standard league 6 pt pass tds

    Looking to trade for gronk, the owner has depth issues at wr and rb

    Qb Big Ben, Brady
    Rb McCoy, Forte, Stewart, Hill
    Wr Beckham, Fitzgerald, Sanders, Decker, J Brown
    Te Fleener

    Big Ben/forte for gronk

    Which side?

  10. Old Joe says:
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    I am in a deeper 12-team 1/2 PPR 2QB league. My current roster is the following: http://imgur.com/a/1qXNA

    With Palmer out next week with a concussion, I would need to pick up Stanton, Kessler, or Keenum to start at QB.

    Also, as you can see my RB corp is no good (Gordon, Foster, and Stewart).

    Would you deal Palmer for Wentz/Crowell?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Old Joe: Yeah, I like that Palmer deal for you a lot. And I’d probably do Kessler next week.

  11. William Hung says:
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    @Jay: Is Chris Hogan worth an add now?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @William Hung: Yeah, I think he’s the go to guy now in Buffalo. That may not be worth much, but it’s something that shouldn’t be on the waivers.

      • Zandy says:
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        @Jay: I think you crossed hogan and woods maybe

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Zandy: Oh yeah, I did, haha. Not sure what happened there. I am not crazy about Hogan, for sure.

          • William Hung says:
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            @Jay: Hopefully I’m not a week too late. Talk about a miss on my part – I was equally hyped on both Dwayne Washington and Robert Woods and went Washington – that’s going to be the difference in my game this week unless Cruz and Minny D can step up and get me some points

            • Jay

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              @William Hung: I think the Minny D could, Eli makes a lot of mistakes.

  12. Big league choo says:
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    12 team ppr keep 3

    Baldwin(2$)/gronk(36$) for gurley(31$)/decker(26$)

    Rbs gurley, Ingram, ware, Powell, white at rb
    Wrs cooper, cooks, fuller, John brown, decker, Watkins it, Davonte adams

    • Jay

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      @Big league choo: I like the Gurley side just a little more. Who would Gronk be replacing?

      • Big league choo says:
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        @Jay: Julius Thomas/pitta

  13. Zandy says:
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    Std league
    Dalton
    Hopkins Alshon
    Ingram Gurley
    Ware
    Kelce
    Bench: Floyd, jCharles, Asiata, Woods, jGraham, Wentz

    Would you send Gurley and Floyd for Hyde and Evans?
    Like how concerned on Gurley are you?

    • Jay

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      @Zandy: Even if Gurley was doing average, I still like you getting Evans here. Hyde looks legit too. I’m slightly concerned with Gurley, but this deal seems good.

  14. Tony says:
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    Looking to pick up Gronk. is Julius and Marvin Jones too much to give away?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Tony: I think so, one of them plus a useful piece should be enough.

  15. Juan says:
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    Trade Blount for Snead?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      For sure, I want the Snead side.

  16. Will says:
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    Had Carson Palmer go down and Flacco is my only backup. Currently, the rest of my roster looks like this:
    RB: Zeke, Forte, Charles, Mckinnon, Coleman, Rawls, Henry
    WR: A. Robinson, Amari Cooper, Diggs, Pryor
    TE: D. Allen
    D/ST: Arizona
    K: Catanzaro

    Should I try and flip one of my RB’s for a decent QB if at all possible? There isn’t alot of options on the waiver because a few teams staff 3 QB’s, so I’m staring at Simian, Alex Smith, Mariota, and Tannehill as the top options.

    Also, what do you think of a trade for Gronk where Forte is the centerpiece? What else might I have to throw in there?

    Thanks!

    • Jay

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      @Will: For Gronk, probably Diggs at least. I’m okay with that though. And I might try to move McKinnon there for a QB.

  17. Eli Man Penguin Boy says:
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    oh my god that was awesome”
    “here comes a bloke dressed as robocop” (skittles)
    “here’s a tribute to james gandolphini (belechick) he’s hugging richard gere (carroll)”

  18. Eli Man Penguin Boy says:
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    dr. lifshitz will use this as you being butthurt over all those lack of important losses by SD to NE over the years.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Eli Man Penguin Boy: Haha, he’s all good, just some banter. He’s well-mannered for a Bawstawn sports fan.

  19. Eli Man Penguin Boy says:
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    this is so true
    “secret to eternal happiness is to have enough fantasy teams so that no matter what happens in a game, it benefits you in some leagues” esp in baseball. well, it’s the secret to less indefinite sadness anyway.

  20. Eli Man Penguin Boy says:
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    this is so true
    “secret to eternal happiness is to have enough fantasy teams so that no matter what happens in a game, it benefits you in some leagues” esp in baseball. well, it’s the secret to less indefinite sadness anyway.

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