Tolbert Dance

Trying to figure out rankings in the NFC East is no job for amateurs. And let’s just say I’m no expert. First, you have Washington pulling off their own little Super Bowl by coming back and beating the (GASP!) Tampa Buccaneers and moving to 3-4. Then you have the Giants being gifted a win by the video game known as Casselvania. (I knew Romoitis was a terminal illness, but I didn’t realize it was so contagious as well. Unfortunately, Matt Cassel looks to be in the late stages. Very sad. Surprising too, as you don’t usually see Romoitis without Romo involved. Maybe it was a pre-existing condition? Thank goodness we have Obamacare folks.) And then you have the Eagles losing to the Panthers on Sunday Night Football, because the quarterback they have is better at throwing lateral yards than forward yards. I’m telling you, even with a day filled with terrible officiating, the rest of the AFC South getting embarrassed (around the world this week! Making sure that soccer remains the most popular sport in the world…), an unfortunate season-ending injury to a NFL star running back, nothing can compare to the NFC East trying their best to out-derp each other on the way to the division title. The best part of it all is that one of these teams will be actually going to the playoffs… imagine that . It’s like a dream come true…

Here’s what else I saw yesterday during Week 7’s Sunday games…

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Odell Beckham Jr. – 4 REC, 35 YDS. What’s with the Giants and always having receivers good enough to catch the stuff Eli Manning (13/24, 170 YDS and 4 CAR, -4 YDS) tosses?

Sam Bradford – 23/42, 180 YDS, 1 INT and 3 CAR, 6 YDS. Does anybody think Mark Sanchez is that much worse than Bradford? How terrible must he be in practice?

Tom Brady – 34/54, 355 YDS, 2 TD and 4 CAR, 15 YDS, 1 TD. I like how the Patriots have basically decided that on most occasions, no run game is necessary. It’s almost as if the NFL has put so much emphasis on protecting the passing game that the Patriots have figured out a way to take advantage of this. I’m completely surprised this happened guys. UNFATHOMABLE.

Teddy Bridgewater – 25/35, 316 YDS, 2 TD and 3 CAR, 1 YDS. Teddy Bridgewater actually managed to throw over 300 yards? The universe is truly a mysterious, yet dangerous place.

Matt Cassel – 17/27, 227 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT and 1 CAR, 4 YDS. More like Matt Casselbeck, amirite folks? Honestly though, say what you will about Cassel, he didn’t throw one interception when handing the ball off to a running back… So, what’s the odds that they’ll bring Tony Romo back before he’s fully healed, he re-injures himself, and the Cowboys don’t win another game this season? I’m only asking because Fox Sports asked Romo during the game, and he said he’s back next week. Get yer popcorn ready!

Amari Cooper – 5 REC, 133 YDS, 1 TD. I pretty much mainlined paint thinner into my eyeballs so I didn’t have to watch this game anymore. Oddly enough, that’s also what the majority of Raider fans did to celebrate.

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Kirk Cousins – 33/40, 317 YDS, 3 TD and 3 CAR, 15 YDS, 1 TD. Look at those wheels on Cousins. Sure, those wheels could blowout at any time and cause a 52-car traffic jam, but man. That deceptive speed, amirite folks?

Orleans Darkwa – 8 CAR, 48 YDS, 1 TD. Orleans Darkwa sounds like a Key and Peele character.

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Stefon Diggs – 6 REC, 108 YDS, 1 TD. CAN YOU DIGG IT? Serious question though, can you?

Zach Ertz – 5 REC, 63 YDS. I wonder if Zach Ertz’s real first name is Richard… it would make a lot of sense.

Mike Evans – 8 REC, 164 YDS, 1 TD. Mike Evans… did a good? I don’t know what to believe anymore.

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Arian Foster – 18 CAR, 59 YDS, 1 TD and 5 REC, 66 YDS, 1 TD. How’d Houston wind up scoring 26 points? I only ask because I’m more surprised at that then Foster’s annual something exploding. Late in the fourth quarter, while down 44-20, with all their starters still in (after initially trailing 41-0), the Texans, in the red zone, ran a pass play. Foster, instantly collapsed at the snap (shown above), clutching his ankle. Confirmed reports are stating it’s a blown Achilles’ tendon, which would end his season. It’s important to note that this affects keeper formats too, as Foster, while he’ll be ready for training camps in 2016, will be 30, recovering from an injury that affects “burst”, and might not even be a Texan anymore. So basically the Colts will sign him and he’ll die a slow death. Alfred Blue (3 CAR, 8 YDS) and Chris Polk (4 CAR, 4 YDS and 2 REC, 14 YDS) now gain some relevance, but not enough for me to care.

Toby Gerhart – 6 CAR, 8 YDS. “Toby Gerhart up the middle four straight times” should end up on Gus Bradley’s tombstone. It’s a wonder they ended up with T.J. Yeldon (20 CAR, 115 YDS, 1 TD and 1 REC, 9 YDS) to save them from themselves.

Ted Ginn Jr. – 5 REC, 59 YDS and 1 CAR, 43 YDS. Ted Ginn Jr., the original Cordarrelle Patterson.

Frank Gore – 9 CAR, 43 YDS and 5 REC, 32 YDS. I think we are about to learn if you can fire a coach with cancer or not…

Jonas Gray – 12 CAR, 48 YDS and 1 REC, 10 YDS. That wasn’t Lamar Miller. Try again, Ryan.

T.Y. Hilton – 4 REC, 150 YDS, 2 TD. The rarely-seen Colts Offense is making tentative moves out into the open… We’ll try to get closer without spooking them.

Mark Ingram – 14 CAR, 143 YDS, 1 TD and 2 REC, 5 YDS. Look, it was a great performance, but you have to remember, the Colts are going to be 6-10, and aren’t a good football team in the slightest. In fact, those six wins will come from going 6-0 against the AFC South, and then 0-10 against the rest of the league. And, unsurprisingly, they will win the AFC South with a 6-10 record and host the Bengals in the wildcard round. They will then win that game 27-3. And then they will lose to the Patriots by 80 points in the next round. They they will then draft a punt returner with 4.20 40-speed in the 1st round of next years draft. MARK IT DOWN.

Duke Johnson Jr. – 6 CAR, 17 YDS and 7 REC, 73 YDS. I’m wondering, and I’m going to borrow Johnson’s blurb to do it, but would it be so hard for the Browns to change their name to the “Charlie Browns”? That would be so much more appropriate. Then their jerseys could be yellow with that zig-zag stripe.

Jeremy Kerley – 3 REC, 27 YDS, 1 TD. If I’m the Jets and I need a red zone touchdown, I know who I’m going to…. not to my number one receiver Brandon Marshall (4 REC, 67 YDS), not to my number two receiver Eric Decker (6 REC, 94 YDS). Nope, that’s right, I’m going straight to my sh*tty number three receiver who I never pass to…

Jarvis Landry – 5 REC, 83 YDS, 2 TD. Too bad Indy wasn’t playing the Texans yesterday. We would have been approaching black hole-levels of suction.

Andrew Luck – 23/44, 333 YDS, 3 TD, 2 INT and 3 CAR, 27 YDS. Hey guys, remember when Andrew Luck was going to win the NFL MVP this year? That was fun, wasn’t it?

Doug Martin – 19 CAR, 136 YDS and 3 REC, 35 YDS. If the Muscle Hamster keeps doing this, go ahead and let him have Dougernaut. Hell, he can call himself Dougtronomer if he wants to. Dougcologist? Why not? Get clinical with it man.

Ryan Mathews – 6 CAR, 97 YDS, 1 TD and 3 REC, 24 YDS. I’ll wager that at least 75% of the Eagles’ yards at the end of this year will be from screens and hand-offs to their running backs. It’s seriously the only thing that’s sort of working. Honestly, maybe Fletcher Cox, Bennie Logan, Walter Thurmond, and Ryan Mathews should quit and start their own team.

Jordan Matthews – 3 REC, 14 YDS. I’ve seen good, and this ain’t it…

Darren McFadden – 29 CAR, 152 YDS, 1 TD and 2 REC, 10 YDS. I heard that Jason Garrett had threatened to put Brandon Weedon back in as the starting quarterback if the offensive line didn’t establish the running game early. A bold Princeton strategy if you ask me.

Lamar Miller – 14 CAR, 175 YDS, 1 TD and 3 REC, 61 YDS, 1 TD. Nothing wrong with the Dolphins that firing Joe Philbin can’t fix, apparently. Well, I guess it also helps playing AFC South teams two weeks in a row…

Cam Newton – 14/24, 197 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT and 4 CAR, 20 YDS, 1 TD. That was an alright performance… but Cam’s a little too black… err I mean “immature” to be a quarterback in this league. If only he had deceptive speed like Kirk Cousins!

Adrian Peterson – 19 CAR, 98 YDS and 3 REC, 12 YDS. Did we miss laughing at the part where Adrian Peterson was downgraded to questionable due to swallowing chewing tobacco?

Philip Rivers – 38/58, 336 YDS, 3 TD, 2 INT. After watching this game, Los Angeles may upright reject the Chargers from moving up there. Honestly, someone on the Chargers needs to step up and go Pedro Cerano and tell Jobu to “F*ck off”. That’s essentially Rivers. Or I guess in his case, it would be: “Gosh darn it, everybody shut their front door and let’s get a tootin’!” The Chargers may be Webster’s definition of “mediocre” (like how Mike McCoy’s Webster definition is “field goal”), but he’s pretty much a top-3 quarterback this season going forward. There. I said it. Someone tell me I’m wrong. Also, Danny Woodhead (5 CAR, 26 YDS and 11 REC, 75 YDS, 2 TD) has been standard league viable for a long time now folks.

Willie Snead – 3 REC, 25 YDS. Breesus H. Christ…

C.J. Spiller – 4 CAR, 16 YDS and 6 REC, 32 YDS. C.J. Spiller, doing what he does best: getting back to the line of scrimmage. I’ll admit, I’ve been enamored with him the last month or so, and while I think he’s an intriguing stash, his schedule of relevancy is just too hard to figure out. I’m moving on. (Career game incoming…)

Jonathan Stewart – 23 CAR, 119 YDS. We’ve replaced the Eagles run defense with the Chargers, let’s see if anyone noticed…

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Matthew Stafford – 18/26, 256 YDS, 2 TD and 1 CAR, 5 YDS. I’m fairly certain I could be a competent NFL quarterback if my job description was “Throw to Calvin Johnson (5 REC, 86 YDS, 1 TD) as much and as often as you can”.

Ryan Tannehill – 18/19, 282 YDS, 4 TD and 1 CAR, 3 YDS. Tannehill threw four touchdowns and only one incompletion? That has to be a mistake

Charcandrick West – 22 CAR, 110 YDS, 1 TD and 2 REC, 19 YDS. I’m sorry, but what the f*ck kind of name is “Charcandrick”? Was he named after a Pokémon character?

Jason Witten – 6 REC, 73 YDS. When in doubt throw to Witten. Weeden couldn’t understand this concept…

 

Final Thought

All the NFC East team's reactions when asked if they'd like to win the division.

All the NFC East team’s reactions when asked if they’d like to win the division.

 

 

  1. Robert says:
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    Is McFadden worth burning a #2 waiver priority?

    • MikeY says:
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      @Robert: i have #1 priority in my league and would also like to have this question answered.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Robert: Depends on a lot of factors, how’s your depth, who’s your current 2 RB’s, what’s the wire look like, but as the season get’s this deep, any priority waiver on something useful is worth a burn.

      I’m not excited to have him, but it does appear they’ve soured on Randle at this point.

      • MikeY says:
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        @Jay: My team (12-tm, 1/2-PPR):

        Rivers, Tyrod
        Hopkins, Evans, Dez, Sammy, Crowder
        Lewis, Blount, Duke, J Hill
        Delanie, Clay
        Kicker & D get streamed

        If Cards D gets 5 or more points tonight, I’ll be 3-4…4 points or less, I’ll be 4-3.

        I’d probably drop Crowder for whatever RB I’d add.
        Waiver wire is not bad. Alfreds Morris & Blue, McFadden, Vereen & Crowell.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @MikeY: yeah, I think Crowder for DMC is fine.

      • Robert says:
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        @Jay: I have Miller and Forte. Riddick and Sims are on bench.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Robert: Yeah, I think you can take a chance on him for Riddick.

  2. hellohello says:
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    i’ve got some general questions: our trade deadline is this thursday. i just picked up ebron as a bye weekk replacement for Bennet but now I think i’ll just keep him. heres my conundrum

    1) i have alshon jeffery so i get a little spooked about starting both alshon and bennet from the same offense, or should i not care and just start both of them?

    2) I want to deal away either Ebron or Bennet.. are they about the same ROS? if one owner wants to pay alot more for one over the other should I just go with it? say they have no interest in bennet but want ebron, etc etc.

    3) final question (sorry): which rb tandem would you want the rest of the season
    a) ronnie hillman and cj anderson (id have to trade c-mike, one of the tight ends, and sammy watkins)
    b) eddie lacy and james starks (wold have to trade antonio brown and christine michael and a tight end)
    c) DMC and christine michael (would have to deal away one of brandon marshall, alshon jeffery, antonio brown)

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @hellohello: 1 – It’s a fair point, but start your best players when you can. 2 – I’d say Bennett has the slight edge. And yeah, go for the best deal. 3 – No worries! I think the Hillman side is the best deal. All the others, you’re over-paying.

  3. bigbear says:
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    Thoughts on David Cobb and the Titan back field? I’m in a 14 teamer with Forte, Hyde, and (cough cough) CJ Anderson as my RBs. We start 2 RBs and a flex. (Snead, Jules Thomas, and Eddie Royal have been flexing it for me.)

    Cobb, Antonio Andrews, Polk, McCluster, McKinnon, Khiry Robinson, Robert Turbin, Darkwa, and Fred Jackson are options.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @bigbear: That backfield is a mess, but I think a Cobb stash might be worth something, considering the other options.

  4. Scott says:
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    Charcandrick, on my bench, outperformed AP and Ivory yesterday. Luckily, I didn’t need him because Lamar Miller played against the Texans.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott: Yeah, can’t really blame anyone for benching him after last week’s performance.

  5. Clint says:
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    So, I’ve lost Foster in my 8 team, 1 RB, 2 flex (one flex, one superflex) ppr keeper league but due to the aforementioned roster structure and my team in total, I have flexibility in what to do with his spot. I have Le’Veon and Lamar for the RB spot and am fairly stacked elsewhere (Ryan, A-Rod, Bortles, Staff at QB; Megatron, Julio, Alshon, Cobb at WR; Gronk at TE) so I thought this could be a good spot to pick up a lottery ticket for the playoff weeks or something. With all that in mind, who would you aim for off the wire to replace him?

    Woodhead, Gore, David Cobb, Diggs, Barnidge, Hurns, Martavis, Fitzpatrick, Tyrod, and/or Cousins are all available

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Clint: I think Woodhead here. Gore would be my second option.

  6. Tom says:
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    I need help!!! With foster now done I need a RB 1.
    Who would you use as trade bait from list below and what rb”s should I target with his value. Standard

    A. Brown
    D. Thomas
    L. Fit

    My other receivers are Lafell and Diggs

    Thanks Jay

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Tom: See what the market is on Fitz.

  7. Scott says:
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    I’m sorry to have to ask this, but is Derek Carr legit? As in, should I stick with him or continue streaming?

    • Scott says:
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      @Scott: QBs available are:
      Sam Bradford
      Jameis Winston
      Nick Foles

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott: Stick with him for now, considering those other options. But don’t feel stuck with him either.

  8. Blake says:
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    ok – so I am perilously thin at WR and it bit me this week (standard league). I can start 3 WR and I have the following:

    WR: Demaryos Thomas
    WR: A Robinson
    WR:A Boldin
    B: Malcom Floyd
    B: P Garcon

    with Garcon and robinson on a bye next week – who would you pickup?

    R Woods
    C Hogan
    C Conley
    D Amendola
    T Austin
    N Washington
    LHankerson
    T Williams
    T Lockett
    K Aiken

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Blake: Honestly, I think I might hold. Maybe Amendola…

  9. Joe says:
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    It’s a PPR league and I’m 4-2. I’m down 112-130. Tonight I have Fitzgerald and CJ2K going. My opponent has Forsett. I have not played a kicker this week.

    I can either let it ride or I can drop someone to add Catanzaro. IF you think I should add Catanzaro, I’d have to drop either Starks or McManus (because they’re the only ones who haven’t played this week). I feel awful dropping McManus who’s been such a great kicker, or Starks given my RB situation, but I don’t think my team is strong enough to punt weeks.

    What do I do?

    10-team PPR league:

    QB – Big Ben, Fitzpatrick
    WR – Julio, Fitz, A-Rob, Landry, Matthews
    RB – Lewis, CJ2K, CJA, Starks
    TE – Gronk
    K – McManus
    DST – DEN, MIA

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Joe: Hmm, yeah, I wouldn’t take any chances. I’m okay dropping Starks honestly, I think Lacy gets healthy during the bye.

  10. Bass! How low can you go? says:
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    Jay my good fellow, a couple ROS questions for you in a 10-team .5 PPR league:

    1. C. West or D. McFadden?

    2. How would you rank J. Reed, J. Thomas and D. Walker?

  11. Bobby says:
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    Howdy Jay!

    I’m in need of a Monday night miracle!

    I’m down by 30 points. I have Palmer , John brown & defensive player.

    He has forsett & mike Floyd grr lol

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Bobby: You might have a pretty good chance here if they are able to contain Forsett. Good luck!

  12. Dom B says:
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    Hey Jay looking forward to next week for the waiver wire. I’m going to drop Min Def and repickup Eli Manning, but should I keep Julius Thomas or drop him and add Jordan Reed. Also is Witten a TE 1 ROS. Also ROS Latavius Murray or Jonathan Stewart

    MY ROSTER
    QB Phillip Rivers
    RB Leveon Bell
    RB Latavius Murray
    WR Julio Jones
    WR AJ Green
    TE Jason Witten
    Flex Keenan Allen
    DEf Broncos
    K Steven Hausaka
    Bench
    Def Min
    RB Jonathan Stewart
    RB Gio Bernard
    WR Steve Smith
    WR John Brown
    TE Julius Thomas

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Dom B: Witten is a TE1 (lower end) when Romo gets back. I’d go with Reed here as long as he’s healthy. But I don’t think there’s a reason to pick up another quarterback until Rivers goes on his bye in a few weeks. And I’ll say Murray slightly.

  13. dem ribbies says:
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    My fantasy football teams, are about like Dallas, my reality football team. We’re all good if we can win every game rest of season. #RIPFoster

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @dem ribbies: Maybe trade for Romo? Share your hopes and dreams…

  14. Nick says:
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    Hey Jay, I have some moves to be made on FAAB waivers this Wednesday morning but not sure what they are just yet! Tentative roster for week 8 below so you can get an idea of the urgency in my 10-team standard scoring league!

    QB-Stafford v. KC (inury to non-throwing hand does not appear significant)
    or Manning v. GB (will he look better off his bye or is Peyton done for fantasy purposes?)

    RB-AP/Duke Johnson
    WR-Ty Hilton/Cooper/Davante Adams (I hope he is back – have nobody else!)
    Flex-Bennett
    TE-Gates
    K-Tucker
    D-STL
    Bench- D Murray (bye), P Garcon (bye), T Taylor (bye), J Randle (questionable & forgotten by Dallas), L Green, P Manning

    1) Obviously I do not need 3 TEs & 3 QBs anymore. L Green is the drop at TE. But QB I really don’t know what to do. I would think Stafford the safer start week 8 but would like to hold Manning another week or 2 to see if he rebounds…based on waiver options below, would you hold all 3 QBs? Which QB would you start week 8?

    RB waivers; Blue, A Andrews, David Johnson, Darkwa, Bradshaw, Stacy, K Robinson
    WR waivers; T Austin, Tate, N Washington, Hankerson (injured), Aiken, Amendola, Lockett, DGB

    2) Drop L. Green for? I would not mind grabbing a RB since I have Duke J starting week 8 at the moment but options are limited & I only see Blue having the possibility for production of those available…reminder, this is FAAB & I have $29/$100 left :(

    3) Lastly, the trade of Arizona D & J Matthews for St Louis defense is back on the table…but after watching Philly last night, I do not know that I want J Matthews in a 10-teamer!! your thoughts?

    THANKS as always bud!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Nick: I’d probably lean starting Stafford at that point, but this is a big game for Manning. If it’s another dud, I think he’s safe to drop if there’s something better out there.

      I might try to snag Blue for Green, but bid low. Don’t expect much. Yeah, I think Matthews does better, but Bradford has not looked good. But you need depth at WR. I wouldn’t mind that deal still.

      Any time!

      • Nick says:
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        @Jay: what do you think about trying to trade for Marvin Jones over J Matthews? I’m just really hesitant about Philly and I already own DeMarco…this guy grabbed Jones off waivers when I dropped him a few weeks ago…if you can’t tell, I’m hesitant to give up STL defense as well with nice matchups upcoming and no more bye

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Nick: Naw, I stil like Matthews there. Jones is just so sporadic with his relevance. You can say the same about Matthews, but his ceiling is so much higher.

          Mind you, you don’t have to do this trade.

  15. J-FOH says:
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    you know I love me some hyper links, thats without question, but damn, major tip of the cap with the “can you dig it” link…..funny side note, Grey never saw the Warriors? How is that possible.

  16. Mike says:
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    Thinkng of trying to trade Dez
    Been holding him on bench all yr but lots of risk when he comes back
    Should I try to get a guy like Lacy?
    Standard league
    Thx!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Mike: While I like Dez with Romo coming back, I’m actually fine with that trade if you have a need at RB.

  17. Cole says:
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    Hey jay, short story shorter… I was flush at wr and pathetic at rb. Ppr league plus .2 pts per rush attempt. I traded Edelman for Lacey. How did I do?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Cole: i think you did well!

      • Cole says:
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        Thanks and thanks for all the advice!

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Cole: Any time!

  18. Damien says:
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    Hey Jay,
    Still trying for an RB, I was offered JStew for Evans, but I believe that’s a bit too much. Asking for West as well too much? He has 4-5 RB’s on his bench? I can throw in Crabtree also?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Damien: Yeah, I think JStew and West for Evans is fair. Start there.

      • Damien says:
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        Thanks Jay,
        Apparently, he’s a fan of hoarding RB’s & didn’t want to pull the trigger, even when I added Crabtree to the deal. Would JBrown for Stew straight up be too much from my side?

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Damien: If you need a RB, I don’t think so, but in a vacuum, he’d be getting the better end of the deal. Fair enough though, based on your roster.

  19. malamoney

    malamoney says:
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    Love the Larry David image!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @malamoney: Thanks, one of my faves!

  20. Steven says:
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    Hey jay,
    A few weeks ago someone dropped John brown and I didn’t use my #1 waiver on him and I regret it even though my receivers are solid.
    Now, someone dropped James Starks and I’m wondering if I should use it on him or maybe he will go unpicked up since he’s a backup to lacy.
    12 man ppr league,
    My running backs are Ingram, Hillman, charcandrick, woodhead, khiry Robinson
    …pump the brakes Or hit the throttle

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Steven: Starks for Khriy isn’t a bad idea!

  21. Dom B says:
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    Hey so John brown is active!! With 2 hamstring injuries but Baltimore is so bad at D.

    So who I better chance is score over 22 pts Steve Smith or John Brown

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Dom B: Hmm, tough one. Leaning Smith because he’s the only guy out there.

  22. Beans says:
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    What up Man? Got a trade question for you. Been streaming QB since I lost Romo in week 2. Still have him but I can get Big Ben for Lamar Miller. My Rbs would be AP Hillman Alf Blue and David Cobb. 14 team PPR. I’m 2-4 and ahead going into tonight. I’m on very thin ice and hear it cracking. Pull the trigger or wait for Romo?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Beans: I would hold. I think Romo is back soon, and Miller looks good under the new regime.

  23. Brett says:
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    12 team ppr need to cut one
    Rb gore Hyde cj Anderson Matt jones Christine Micheal
    Wr Emmanuel sanders Cobb diggs hurns desean Jackson

    Who do you cut need a te for the bye week

    Thanks

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Brett: I don’t mind letting go of Michael at this point.

  24. hellohello says:
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    who would you rather have? could you rank these guys

    cj anderson, james starks, christine michael, oleans darkwa

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @hellohello: You have them in the correct order for me.

  25. hellohello says:
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    one more question before i turn in.. what would you say to a trade like this?

    keeper league. $5 martavis bryant, $13 sammy watkins, $1 c-mike, $30 alshon, 2$ ebron for a $50 shady, $3 danny woodhead, $4 james starks, $50 aj green, $2 andy dalton are you on?

    you can keep a guy for 3 years.

    thanks. trade deadline is wed so people are selling their teams

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @hellohello: I’d do the Bryant and Alshon side. Great value and talent there.

  26. one more time says:
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    hey i have moderate rb depth issues.. own 3 healthy backs but that’s it…

    how much would you spend on the following backs out of $125
    alfred blue
    khiry robinson
    david cobb
    stevan ridley

    through some longshots out there to see if theres a market (ridley?!) the drop would be knile davis

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @one more time: Probably 40-50 on Blue, 15 on Khiry.

  27. Coldsooner says:
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    Free T-Shirt? I’m all in. The generator came up with “Wrotto’s Sunset Flips”. Works for me.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Coldsooner: Team name recorded! I actually have no idea what Sunset Flips are…

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