If you don’t remember from last week, and since most people don’t remember what they had for breakfast I wouldn’t be surprised, we discussed that paying down at QB makes sense unless under extreme circumstances if you are using the rule of 5.  If you don’t remember but wish you did, well, here.  The concept revolves directly around how much can you reasonably expect from your QB vs a skill position.  Now, Drew Brees scored over 32 this last week.  At 8.2K, that was probably the best return you could’ve expected and was close to 4x value.  But the second best?  Eli Manning with over 27 at 5.8K.  Sure, you lost 5 points but you gained 2.4K to spend on skill positions.  Skill positions that could score you 39.4 points (Odell Beckham) or 36.7 (Demaryius Thomas).  It’s that wiggle room you want to create from QB by playing matchups so you can pay up at the skill positions most weeks.  Wanna know who gives me that wiggle this week?  Alex SmithNot that kind of wiggle.  Gross.  Don’t look at his season stats to weigh his $6,200 price tag.  Instead, look back on weeks where KC had to throw to keep in the game.  I can already tell you you’re not looking in the right place.  That’s his 2014 game log.  You’ll find nothing there.  Go back nearly a full year to week 12 of 2013 and you’ll see a healthy line against the Broncos where he threw for 293 yards, 2 TDs and ran for 46 yards.  Sure, doesn’t sound that exciting but it’s roughly 24 points and gives you the chance to pair with…oh, I’m getting ahead of myself so you’ll just have to read on.  Here’s my red hot takes for the week 13 DK slate…

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Tom Brady, QB: $8,400 – This follows the ‘if you’re paying up’ rule at QB.  I may or I may not but if I am, I’ll take the QB in a game with an o/u of 57 that’s $1K cheaper than his counterpart.  Is Aaron Rodgers amazing?  No, he’s a freaking ginsu knife of sheer precision.  Amazing just doesn’t cut it (unintended pun…but I’ll take it).  Is there a good chance Brady matches A-Rod the whole game?  YUP.  Heavy exposure to this game makes sense and you’ll see that from my writeup.  Overexposure might leave you a little hurting in GPPs.  I mean, they don’t call it the frozen tundra for nothing.  You really want frostbite down there?  GPP or cash

Ryan Tannehill, QB: $6,900 – This ain’t recency bias…ok, it is but not the kind you’re used to.  Recently, the Jets have been the Jest, especially against the pass.  Tanny scored 27.62 DK points and actually went down $300 this week.  Maybe it’s a trap but until General Akbar confirms, I have no problem going Dolphin riding.  GPP or cash

Philip Rivers, QB: $6,000 – Rivers regained a little bit of his mojo in week 12, passing for 293 yards.  Unfortunately for his owners, it only resulted in one TD as the game never turned into a needed big game from the man of many funny faces.  Against a Ravens defense that won’t allow much on the ground but has given up an average of 313/3 through the air over their last three games, you gotta remember you only live once.  #BOLO.  GPP only

Zach Mettenberger, QB: $5,800 – Fun fact!  Zach was almost my lead for this week.  Fun fact #2!  I might regret he wasn’t but in reality, the match up against Houston is much better for his receivers than it is him.  All that said, if the receivers are gonna eat, how does that leave the QB starving?  Seriously, that’s my question.  Makes no sense when you think about it.  For all that talk of eating, let’s just say I’m all in on grabbing a Mettenberger off the value menu.  GPP only

Colt McCoy, $5,000 – Shocka Zooloo special!  This one is hot off the press.  So hot, in fact, Jay didn’t get to edit it or he might’ve taken it out.  Let’s just call it a hot mess off the press, shall we?  McCoy is Gruden’s boy for week 13 and at minimum QB price he makes everything around him nice.  It’s obviously a gamble but then again, so is going out your front door without your keys.  What, you’ve never locked yourself out?  It’s sad my OCD kicks in about locking things but not about keeping keys with me at all times.  GPP only

Eddie Lacy, RB: $7,300 – I’ll just say here and now that Le’Veon Bell is probably my top back if I’m paying up this week unless Arian Foster is back and at full strength.  Then I want them both.  Like REALLY, REALLY want.  But since you don’t need me to analyze the top priced RBs because no one needs that, let’s focus on Eddie and how he’s been money of late.  Though the Pats are very stout against the run, they are susceptible to the passing game for RBs.  If you’re taking Lacy, you’re doing it to get in on the o/u of this game and I can’t blame you.  You’re also hoping for a game line more like what he did against New Orleans in week 8.  What, you want me to type it out for you?  Go google it, you lazy SOB.  I’ll be here when you get back.  GPP or cash

CJ Anderson, RB: $6,900 – Most see the red ‘9th’ next to Anderson’s name and assume he’s a bad play.  Well, KC is last in the league right now in terms of ypa against at 5.  The main question is does he see the red zone but don’t fear he can’t see 100 yards on the ground like he did last week.  I shall now and forever call him CJ MANderson.  GPP or cash

Andre Ellington, RB: $6,200 – Yeah, season long guys aren’t getting what they wanted out of Andre.  Sorry guys.  Andre is what makes DFS great.  All that matters is the matchup and can you afford him.  Atlanta proved once again they couldn’t stop the run in week 12, giving up 156 yards and 2 TDs on 29 carries, good for a 5.6 ypc average.  With how heavily targeted Andre has been out of the backfield – he’s averaging 4.4 receptions per game – he doesn’t even need to turn in a 100 yard rushing effort to cash.  Take the A Train this week.  GPP or cash

Fred Jackson, RB: $5,300 – The end line won’t tell you this, but FJax was the feature back for Buffalo in week 12.  But when you have an older RB who is coming off a major groin injury and you’re up by 3 scores, you kinda find a reason to rest him.  He still finished with 13.5 DK points despite not playing much from the end of the 3rd quarter on.  Much like KC’s run defense numbers, Cleveland may not look that great on paper but their 4.5 ypc against say otherwise.  Old man Jackson could be a great tourney turner.  GPP only

Tre Mason, RB: $4,600 – So we’ve established a few things about Tre Mason’s game: he ain’t gonna help you when his team is losing.  Alright, glad we have that covered.  Now onto the next and more important note: Vegas has the Rams as a full touchdown favorite at home.  I’m looking for this to be the big week for Mason after everyone forgot about Tre.  GPP or cash

LeGarrette Blount, RB: $4,400 – It’s like Jonas Grey never happened.  Yes, this call is contradictory to going with Brady most likely but the last time the Pats were expected to be a part of a shootout on the road in the highest o/u of the season, well…Hoodie Bill found and exploited a weakness.  Don’t think another big ground day like this could occur?  Well, let me just refer you to this tweet.   GPP only

Antonio Brown, WR: $9,000 – I’m not wasting many words here.  Coming off a bye week and in a game with the second highest o/u on the week at 53 AND against a team that gives up the 31st most DK points all while at home…well, I’ve already wasted more time here than I should’ve.  If you’re spending this high up at WR, Brown delivers.  Oh and while we’re on this game, might as well throw in that Martavis Bryant is only $4,700.  He’s 2 TD upside every week and will be underowned most likely.  Go ahead and GPP dat.  GPP or cash

Keenan Allen, WR: $6,000 – Here’s your pairing if you’re going the Rivers route.  And yes, if you wanna stack in NE@GB game, there are a lot of big names at WR above Allen.  Go for it.  See if you can do it.  You can’t?  Ohhhh…yeah, I’m not saying to fade that game but realize you can’t price everyone in without cutting major corners elsewhere.  Or you can target a particular guy I’m gonna list below…suspense!  GPP or cash

Pierre Garcon, WR: $4,400 – If you’re going with McCoy…yeah, DJax will probably move around the formation a bit but Garcon had a good thing going with Colt.  In 6 quarters, the two have paired for 8 receptions, 130 yards and a touchdown on 8 targets.  Doesn’t sound like much but Garcon probably sees zero of Vontae Davis which means he shouldn’t see a zero in his stat line.  GPP only

Justin Hunter, WR: $4,000 – Need a Mettenberger pairing, right?  I know, I know, I’m the worst.  But last week against the Eagles proved he was still part of the game plan, albeit the volume hasn’t translated to a big game yet.  Despite a whopping 10 targets, Hunter just isn’t winning his one on one matchups much as he came away with just 4/64/1.  That said, the Texans are giving up plenty to opposing team’s WR1s.  The only question at this point is, is that what Hunter is?  TBD.  GPP only

Davante Adams, WR: $3,000 – You know about Cobb and Nelson.  So does Bill Belichick.  I don’t expect Browner and Revis to shut down this dynamic duo but I do think Bill will force Rodgers to look at his 2nd and 3rd options more often than normal.  I think it’s fair to say the last time A-Rod and company was challenged – week 8 against New Orleans – was the last time Adams was relevant.  This game is expected to be close throughout which should put all parts on display.  If I’m looking for a cheap and easy way to get my foot in the door of this game, Davante is the route to go.  GPP only

Travis Kelce, TE: $4,300 – It’s been great matchup after great matchup for the TE playfully known as Gronk jr and he’s disappointed us.  Or has he?  Nah, more like Andy Reid has.  He just wants to run, run, and run some more.  Maybe the Walrus is just living vicariously…no matter, he won’t have a choice but to throw in this game with Peyton in town.  At this price, you’re looking back at his week 4 showing against New England and hoping for another showing of his Gronktacular side.  GPP or cash

Charles Clay, TE: $3,400 – Important number to remember: 12.  Important name to note: Scott Chandler.  The number is how many touchdowns the Jets have given up to opposing TEs on the year.  The name is that of the Bills TE who has only 2 TDs on the year…and one of them is against the Jets.  If Charles is healthy, Clay is in play.  GPP or cash

Jermaine Gresham, TE: $3,100 – It’s a stretch and one you probably don’t need to make but I think it’s good to point out that Tampa Bay in that soft zone coverage has given up the 4th most receptions to opposing TEs.  If Dalton has one of those games that remind you that gingers are evil, Gresham probably gets heavily targeted.  You’re really leaning on a 100 yard receiving game here as the Buccs don’t give up many TDs but hey, you’re not exactly paying for Gronk or Graham here, are you?  GPP only

St Louis Rams, DST: $3,200 – Yes, I also like the Colts defense but so will many.  If I’m paying $3.2, it’s between Indy and STL.  This is a team that has come on strong of late and playing at home coming off a 15 point DK performance…well, they just know how to Ram ItGPP or cash

Jacksonville Jaguars, DST: $2,300 – Me going down to here should pretty much tell you what I think about the rest of the field this week.  Eli seems to find a way to disappoint the next week around.  Going on the road, in a game with a low o/u and what is supposed to be close, something tells me Vegas doesn’t like the chances of no Manning face this Sunday.  GPP only

  1. Zandy says:
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    Who do you prefer on Def this week – 2 pts for sacks
    Den @ KC
    Cin @ TB
    NYG @ Jax
    JAX @ NYG based on above
    Big difference between them?

    • Zandy says:
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      Also how does Min fit in there too

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Zandy: Cincy then JAX but not that hip on either

  2. PooPoo Platter says:
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    Minnesota a good defense to get for this week and the first round of the fantasy playoffs? I already clinched a playoff spot and they play Carolina and then vs Jets week 14.

    Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @PooPoo Platter: They’re so-so. I don’t think their offense gives them enough rest/time off the field to be relied on and I don’t like teams facing after bye week teams, personally. They’ll be ok against Jets I’m sure.

    • Mike says:
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      @Mike: 1/2 PPR league

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        @Mike: Allen

  3. AC says:
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    Should I start Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills, Larry Donnell, or Blount at the flex this week in my PPR league?

    Thanks!

    • AC says:
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      @AC: Jarvis @ NYJ
      Stills @ Pit
      Donnell @ Jac
      Blount @ GB

      • Garret says:
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        @AC: where would Boldin vs. Seattle be on this list? Vernon Davis or Heath Miller? not ppr

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          @Garret: Odd question unless you have all of his guys…Would still rather start the guys I mentioned over Boldin. Not expecting much from either. I’d lean Heath.

          • Garret says:
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            @Sky: Thanks. Jarvis is on waivers and ironically i’ve got boldin, stills, & roddy white for 2WR spots. Blount in the flex right now unless i take a chance with T Richardson? McCoy & Forsett RB1&2… need to win to get in the playoffs

            Thanks again

            • Sky

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              Sorry, what’s the question in here? T-Rich vs Blount? You’ll want to pay attention to news to see if Blount is the lead back or not but for now I’d lean Blount

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        @AC: Jarvis. Need to hear if Gray is suiting up or not. If he isn’t, Blount over Jarvis

        • AC says:
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          @Sky: Thanks!

          • Sky

            Sky says:
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            Word

  4. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Looking to add a playoff DST or two to my bench, both to give me options and block opponents. Currently have STL (Oak, @Was, Ari, NYG). Who are your first and second choices out of:

    NYG: @Jax, @Ten, Was, STL
    BAL: SD, @Mia, Jax, @Hou
    MIA: @NYJ, Bal, @NE, Min
    BUF: Cle, @Den, GB, @Oak

    This week not as important, though a loss would give me a tough 1st round matchup. Giants have the best matchups but the worst defense. Baltimore has the wk15 Jax matchup, which would cover STL’s toughest remaining week. BUF and MIA are the best defenses and a couple strong matchups, including wk16.

  5. Shadow says:
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    Really needing a win this week, since Jordy Nelson has NE covering him this week and they shut down Calvin last week, would it be a better choice to slot Martavis Bryant for Jordy? Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Shadow: I wouldn’t get too cute. It’s a high o/u game. Maybe not a huge game from Jordy coming but it should be a reasonable one. Bryant is just a red zone threat most weeks. Hard to rely on.

  6. Clint says:
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    I seem to see Russell Wilson and Mettenberger close in a lot of site rankings so I’ll be curious to see where Jay has them for this week. Need a 2nd QB for my league and despite Wilson’s rushing numbers, he’s averaged 8pts against the ‘Niners in my league set up since the beginning of 2013 so I’ve been contemplating getting Metty wit it instead alongside my QB1 A-Rod for this week and perhaps beyond.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Clint: Makes sense to me. Path of least resistance.

  7. Just Busted says:
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    PPR league, who do you like for flex: Martavis Bryant, CJ Anderson, or Tre Mason?

    Starters are:
    A. Brown and J Matthews at WR
    Lacy and Forsett at RB

    Boldin and Harvin on the bench

    Thoughts? Thanks, Sky!

    • Sky

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      @Just Busted: Good choices to have. I’d lean Anderson with Mason just behind him. CJ just has the safer floor and better offense, would say Tre has the better set up and more upside.

  8. Shadow says:
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    Forgot to also include my other WR’s are Emmanual Sanders and Watkins so please pick two. Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Shadow: Please reply to your own question when you have follow up. This makes it really difficult to actually answer your questions because there’s now three separate lines to read and scroll through.

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        @Sky: 2 out of jordy/watkins/sanders/m.bryant. i’m pretty sure this is jordy/sanders here, aren’t those both top 15 overall types… maybe somewhat due to having each one of the top 3 QB’s throwing to them.

  9. Shadow says:
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    Ooops, I also forgot K. Benjamin as well. Sorry about that

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Shadow: Sanders/Benjamin

      • Shadow says:
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        @Sky:

        Geeze, I’m really sorry about the multiple post, I’m learning. So just to clarify after my messup, You’d suggest Sanders/Benjamin of the five WR’s I have which include Nelson, Bryant and Watkins?

        And thanks a ton for your help, your advice is really respected:)

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Alright, so let’s frame this correctly:

          You have 5 wide receivers. How many can you start? You said flex earlier…so you can only start 1 WR and then start the other in flex? I’d lean Nelson and Sanders if that’s all you can start. Next time just say ‘out of these number of players please pick ‘x’ amount to start’. Would make it a bit easier for both of us. Good luck!

  10. Allan says:
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    Sky need a wr2 for this week. Got wayne, john brown, and kendall wright. I could also pick up stedman bailey. It’s non ppr.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Allan: Hard to trust but I do like Wright a little bit this week. Probably the highest floor.

  11. Wilsonian says:
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    Who’s your flex for the week:

    LaFell
    J.Matthews
    M.Bryant
    Vereen
    L.Murray
    L.Miller

    *or pickup FJax, Smith, Sr., Landry, Stills, C.Johnson

    0.5 PPR – 3 point bonus at 85 yards rec/100 yards rush – 6 point bonus at 135 yards rec/150 yards rush

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: man, we’re on the same page. Makes me feel special.

        Also, you did like the trade I did a few days ago, right? I got Benjamin and Miller, I gave up Edelman and Shoelace.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, that trade works.

  12. Zandy says:
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    thanks sky!
    wanted to check and see who are your starting WRs this week – pick 2
    Wallace AndreJ Torrey Stills Colston Jarvis JBrown
    0.5 PPR – 2 point bonus at 100 yards rec – 4 point bonus at 150 yards rec

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Jarvis/Brown…not really huge on these options.

  13. Steve Stevenson says:
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    0.5 PPR, looking to deal from my RB depth for a QB, as I’m a little worried about Wilson’s matchups (though not as much as most experts seem to be. I think his floor’s pretty high–dude is #15 in the league in rush yds.). One owner has Brady as his backup and is playing for a playoff spot this week. Which of these 3 would you prefer to deal, and are there any you wouldn’t give for Brady? Most weeks one of these will be my flex:

    Mason (Oak, @Was, Ari, NYG)
    Hill (@TB, Pit, @Cle, Den)
    Murray (@STL, SF, @KC, Buf)

    I guess I start with Murray but I doubt that gets it done, though maybe if I add Gates (he has to start Davis this week if Julius doesn’t play).

    Or I could try a smaller deal, like Knile Davis to the Charles owner for Eli and his nice matchups, or Gates to a TE-needy team for Tannehill and his (would you do either of those?).

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Who is on waivers? I really think going the trade route for a QB 9 times out of 10 is solved just by being aware of matchups and picking up QBs from there. Overall, prefer the smaller deals. Haven’t looked at matchups to give either a thumbs up but I’d lean Tannehill

      • Steve Stevenson says:
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        @Sky: Mett, Orton and Hoyer are best avail.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I’d pick up Mett if you’re looking to sit Russ this week and can’t make the lesser trade.

  14. STL says:
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    PPR – Who the hell do I bench?

    At WR I have Odell Beckham, Alshon Jeffery, Randall Cobb, and Josh Gordon.

    Was between Cobb and Alshon…I think?

    • Scott says:
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      @STL: My guess would be Alshon. Cutler’s struggling and is going to face a PO’d Detroit Defense that just got embarrassed by New England.

      • STL says:
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        @Scott: The only worry I had was how tough the Pats have been on WRs lately.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Odell

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Oops, read that wrong. I’m sitting Alshon

      • STL says:
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        @Sky: Thank you both.

  15. Jack says:
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    Which one for playoffs starting next week – Martavis Bryant or Jarvis Landry?
    Thanks.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Matchups matter. For now, Martavis.

  16. Michael says:
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    In a standard 12-team league, do I Flex Kelvin or Bernard (or even do the unthinkable and bench Julio)? Also, Cutler or Stafford?

    Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to you sir.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Happy Turkey Day back! Kelvin/Stafford

  17. Steve Stevenson says:
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    When do you think Hillman’s back, and will he start when he returns? Is he a stash or drop?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I have no idea when he returns. Probably depends a lot on how well CJ Anderson performs over the next couple of games how quickly they bring him back. At best, I think he’s in a timeshare. He’s not built to be a lead back.

  18. ty says:
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    I have a good bad problem… who do I flex in a 1pt ppr league

    I can only start 2 rbs and 2 wrs, 1 flex

    nelson,brown,gordon

    charles,ingram,jennings

    nelson and brown are the obv choice and so is charles. I’m wondering about the weather in Buffalo and how it will effect Gordon. Ingram and Jennings have juicy matchups.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Sit Ingram

      • ty says:
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        @Sky: Thnks!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Word

  19. Bert Macklin says:
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    Happy Thanksgiving Skye!

    Start 2 of these 5 in a .5 ppr league, please!

    Jerick Mckinnon vs. Carolina
    Ryan Mathews @ Bal
    Latavius Murray @ St. Louis
    Kyle Rudolph vs. Carolina
    Charles Johnson vs. Carolina

    Thanks man!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      You too!

      Johnson/McKinnon

  20. Brandon

    Brandon says:
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    New to DFS, whats the difference between GPP and cash and how does that impact strategy?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      GPP means guaranteed prize pool (basically a tournament). This is where there’s a small percentage of winners on any given week, Typically less than 25% win (usually closer to 18%). Cash is usually your head to head and 50/50 lineups or maybe even triple ups. Cash games, you want the safest floor and aren’t worried about ownership percentages as much. GPP, you want the highest ceiling. For example, Martavis Bryant has a very low floor (week 11, he had 2 catches for 11 yards) but he also could have a 2 TD game and 100 yards. For his price, he is a great play but he’s not someone you can rely on as having a good floor so it wouldn’t make much sense to use him in a cash game but he could also score you 30, which makes him a perfect tourney play.

  21. Robert says:
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    This would be a desperation move by both teams who must win to make the playoffs: Cam and Julio for Peyton. I get a QB upgrade and the other team gets a much needed WR. Worth the risk? Thanks.

    • Robert says:
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      @Robert: never mind. Deadline passed.

  22. Nick says:
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    hey Sky, for week 13 what do you go with for WR3 & flex in a non-ppr 10-team?
    WR3- M. Bryant v NO/ K Allen @ Bal / Sanu @ TB / A Johnson v. Tenn
    Flex- Ingram @ Pit / Mathews @ Bal / McK v. Car / L Murray @ STL (if he clears concussion)

    Also, would you drop Andre Johnson (been on bench all season) for Charles Johnson, J Brown, P Thomas, K Rudolph, J Cameron (would be backup to Witten) or J Hunter ?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Allen WR3
      Ingram Flex

      Sounds like your FA pool is pretty deep. Just play matchups. No one there you have to own or hold on to. Guess Charles over Andre.

  23. A Wesley Snipes Life says:
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    guess your funny name from a few weeks back, RG3 is RG free at this price, is now telling in another way. he’s about to be freed from WAS’s service probably, and likely the heavily dropped player this week in fantasy leagues.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Truth

  24. Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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    this roster, i just now grabbed smoke your RB (blount), and delanie at TE (my TE’s have been shit all year). start 2 WR/ 2 RB/ 1 TE/ 1 non-TE/QB flex. Other than this week Delanie has a better ROS schedule against TE’s than Rudolph. Delanie also has a much better pts per game average this year. Am i better off stashing Rudolph as Delanie backup or Blount as RB # 5 or 6 (or could handcuff randle instead of either)? PPR with 1 pt per 10 return yards. 6 pt bonus at 100 yards rushing or receiving, 6 pt bonus at 300 yd throwing.
    ryan
    murray/ingram/mathews/miller/ivory/smoke some blounts
    landry/gordon/julio/patterson/m.bryant
    delanie

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d take Blount there

      • Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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        @Sky: yeah, if he’s actually allowed to run with job (even if that’s only like 20% likely) bigger value relative to what’s out there.

  25. J-FOH says:
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    I danced with that Houston WR issue last night. Worst against the receivers but 4th best vs the TE. Mr Walker will be sitting

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      In seasonal leagues? Who are you starting over him?

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Sky: im actually talking DFS this time. But I would still be hesitant. depends if cameron and reed come back and if its PPR or not

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          It’s difficult, Mett seems to like to target Delanie. That said, I think there are better targets for that price.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Sky: I ate the Mett Burger last week and it was delicious. I’m going back for seconds this week. Kid has a strong arm.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Yup and seems to spread the ball well. Doesn’t have laser lock like some young QBs get. Tough front but soft secondary and on the road this week, just like last week. Will be interesting to see if he can sustain. Has a chance to outperform his price well, in my opinion.

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                @Sky: I hope he is the answer in Tenn long term. Not that I like them, but its always to see some young QB’s do well in this see of hot garbage

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  LSU had ALfred Blue, Jeremy Hill, Mettenberger, Odell Beckham Jr, and Jarvis Landry…it’s pretty clear now they were poorly coached and very underappreciated in terms of talent. Wouldn’t be surprised if Mett becomes a good QB for them.

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Sky: wow, I just got a chubby reading that. Les Miles officially sucks

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Yeah, Odell had 12 total career TDs in college over about 40 games. He already has 5 in 7 games at the NFL level. Les is an idiot.

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Sky: I can’t wait for the 30 for 30 in ten years when all these guys are studs

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                      @J-FOH: Les Miles should be forced to narrate it and he’ll be crying by the end.

                  • goodfold2 says:
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                    @Sky: holy shit, were all those guys there at the same time? that could be a roster in say a 16 team league that had it’s share of injuries.i don’t follow college at all, until around May (and mostly from your guys’ posts), once these players start to become NFL fantasy relevant (so this probably doesn’t count as having anything to do with college football)

  26. superfly says:
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    Mr. Sky Would you start Mettenberger o M. Ryan this week? thanks and have happy bird day!!!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @superfly: Yeah, I’d go Mett there. Happy Turkey day to you too!

  27. Dom B says:
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    Can you set my lineup

    current one

    QB Aaron Rodgers
    RB Lesean Mccoy
    RB Andre Ellington
    WR Alshon Jeffery
    WR TY Hilton
    TE Delaine Walker
    Flex Kelvin Benjamin
    K Steven Hauschka
    DEF Baltimore
    BENCH
    RB Fred Jackson
    RB Charles sims
    WR Roddy White
    TE Larry Donnell
    QB Ben Rolthesburger
    Colts DEF

    • Sky

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      @Dom B: Lineup is fine

  28. Frank White says:
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    Wutup Sky Happy Thankgiving!!! McCown has been doing awesome for me the past 3 weeks and I have Cam on the bench cause he ALWAYS disappoints me even though he did good the past 2 games. He only does that if I bench him.. LOL.. Should I stick with the hot hand McCown vs CIN or would you chance CAM vs MIN??

    • Sky

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      @Frank White: I wouldn’t mind chancing Cam there.

  29. the imp says:
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    Hey Sky,
    In shallow 12 team PPR (4RB limit, start 2, no flex), Giovanni Bernard has just hit the wire and I can submit a claim that would process on Friday night. My current RBs are Forte, Mason, Mathews and J Bell.
    Like all my guys after Forte, Bernard has warts. I’m sure he was dropped do the uncertainty in his timeshare and fairly low levels of receptions per game given what he did last year. Expert consensus says drop Mathews (#26 ROS) for Bernard (#16 ROS).
    What would be your move?

    • Sky

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      @the imp: Not sure what expert consensus is ranking a guy in a timeshare over a lead back. Doesn’t sound updated to me. I’d just stay with the guys you have.

      • the imp says:
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        @Sky: Yeah, Fantasy Pros ROS consensus often feels like they are a week behind even though they toss out the votes that are getting old. Only about a dozen experts vote for this in any case. ROS is always a little trickier with any player that is new to the scene or coming off of injury in any case. The later applies to both Ryan and Gio, of course. Thanks for putting another set of eyes on this.

        • Sky

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          No worries

  30. Dom B says:
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    Backup QB ROS RUSSEL WILSON OR BIG BEN

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Wilson. And this is your final warning: use my name on here as a commenter one more time – especially to answer questions – you will be banned permanently. We clear on that?

  31. Dom B says:
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    What are you talking about I didn’t use your username

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah, you owned up elsewhere. Again, don’t care about the reason. Doesn’t happen again. That’s not a request, that’s a command.

    • Crapshoot Kershaw says:
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      @Dom B: they can see your email man.

  32. Dom B says:
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    Okay sorry won’t do it anymore

  33. Frank White says:
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    Fred Jackson or Mathews?? Donnell or Rivera??

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Frank White: Sorry I missed this, Frank. Would’ve said Fred Jackson and Donnell

  34. Frank White says:
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    Sup Sky… Fred Jackson or Mathews?? Donnell or Rivera??

  35. Frank White says:
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    Doesn’t matter if you just did it to your friend. It gives a bad name to the website when people think they’re getting BS info Fool

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