It seems like so long ago at this point but you remember when Joseph Randle made headlines?  No, no silly, not for how he played on the field.  It was his shopping for a five finger discount that rose an eyebrow or two.  It’s one thing to steal when you’re poor or at least an intriguing item but…underwear and cologne?  Do they correlate?  Are you trying to tell us something, Randle?  Did someone have an accident while at the mall and couldn’t think of a better way to cover it up other than a change and a spray?  Did you even wipe?  Oh well, bygones.  Let’s look at why we’re actually here to talk about Randle.  DeMarco Murray’s hand done broked and the likelihood of him starting this week is slim to NOOOOOOOPE.  Sorry, had a Lana Kane moment.  Again, it may be that by Thursday, we know Randle isn’t even starting but as of right now, I want all the Randle I can handle and at $3,000, I can handle a lot.  Heading into Monday Night’s game, only the Saints have given up more fantasy points to opposing RBs over the last four weeks.  Yes, that does still look back on the Pats game where Jonas Gray scored 4 but the opponents since haven’t exactly been rushing juggernauts.  With how good the Dallas offensive line has been all year, it’s hard to imagine them deviating from what has gotten them to 10-4 just because their lead back is out.  If Randle is starting, I wouldn’t go so far as to say he’s a must play but 20+ touch opportunity at a minimum price doesn’t come along very often.  Probably locked into most lineups both for cash and tourney, you are either playing with the crowd to exploit other prices or you fight against the current.  I won’t hate you either way.  Well, at least not about this topic.  But enough talk, have at you.  Here’s my red hot takes for the week 16 DK slate…

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Drew Brees, QB: $8,400 – If I’m paying up, Drew is gonna do what he came to do.  Ain’t that right boo? TRUEEEE.  They’re playing for the division crown…and they need to win their remaining games to just finish .500.  And some team between Dallas and Philadelphia isn’t gonna make the playoffs.  Life just ain’t fair sometimes.  But more to the point, Brees is at home in a dome against one of the worst defense in the NFL.  I don’t think you need more info than that.  GPP or cash

Tom Brady, QB: $8,000 – If there’s too much heat on Drew, I’ll take the Brady divot…I mean pivot.  Sorry, was mesmerized by butt chin.  The numbers say a Brady/Gronk stack would be highly profitable.  What else is that you say, numbers?  Investing in a 401(K) at a young age is also profitable?  Ok, we know that but it’s not the subj…I’m sorry, what else did you say?  Invest in oil?  Alright, alright we get it…man, numbers never know when to shut up, especially when they’re right.  GPP or cash

Matt Ryan, QB: $7,400 – You notice how many higher priced QBs I’m on compared to last week?  Yeah, there’s a name or two in the lower tiers that might tickle my fancy but I’ll be happier paying up at QB this week than most others.  Curse you Saturday games!  But more on topic: Ryan.  He’s aight.  He looks even better in a dome and with Julio Jones back, which he should be if all reports are correct.  Oh and it’s the Saints.  You know, the team that gave up 41 at home to the Panthers just two weeks ago.  The over/under for the game is currently 56, the highest total on the Sunday slate.  Points will be scored, blood will be shed and Screech will still never get Lisa Turtle.  Woah, what brain recess did that come from?  Moving on…GPP or cash

Russell Wilson, QB: $7,100 – I wasn’t kidding, I kinda want to pay up at QB this week.  The last time Wilson played Arizona, he had 73 rushing yards.  Given the targets he has to throw to, this should surprise no one.  Seattle won’t be able to get much from Skittles on the road so basically the offense is Wilson, maybe Jermaine Kearse and whatever TE is in the lineup when they’re in the red zone.  I want it to be Tony Moeaki but I ain’t going back to that well until that well exists and has water in it.  This is one of the few times going naked with a QB makes sense.  BTW, hi to all those who googled ‘Russell Wilson Naked’.  We won’t judge you here.  And besides, he’s totes adorbs.  Good on you.  GPP or cash

Andy Dalton, QB: $5,900 – I don’t have the stats for his career but the Red Rocket’s prime time numbers are…less than one would desire.  That said, Vegas thinks the game should be close.  Me?  Ehhhhh…you’ll find out later.  If I’m building multiple tourney lineups, he’ll be in one.  If I could name the various rosters I create, his would be titled ‘YOLO’.  BTW, my last ‘YOLO’ lineup was from week 15.  It featured Johnny Manziel.  Yeah…GPP only

Johnny Manziel, QB: $5,500 – How many people roster him this week after that ugly debut?  I’m guessing the numbers will be low.  Carolina is still playing for something…I think.  Whatever, I hate the NFC South exists at this point.  The Manzealots will be quiet and everyone will say ‘never again’.  I’m willing to give the benefit of the doubt in week 16 but he won’t be my QB if I’m only building 5 lineups for the week.  GPP only

Case Keenum, QB: $5,200 – Ah, the legend of Keenum gets to live on.  Maybe.  IDK, as of this writing, they haven’t named the starter for the week.  The Texans keep breaking their QBs.  Don’t worry, they’re not good ones.  It’s like your friend’s kid who is constantly knocking over the coffee table center piece and your friend keeps apologizing.  It doesn’t matter, it’s Ikea!  Keenum is a gunslinger.  Or at least he was before Gary Kubiak tried to neuter him and make him a gunshy slinger.  If he gets to unleash, he’ll be able to burn this Baltimore secondary that consists of the homeless guy down the street and your drunk Uncle Mark.  This gives you a shot to start DeAndre Hopkins, BTW, and this is a good thing.  And if it’s Thad?  Well, just pretend I’m holding my tongue between my fingers while trying to say ‘sad’ when I mention him and you know your answer.  GPP only

C.J. Anderson, RB: $6,900 – Oh Le’Veon Bell is good?  I HAD NO IDEA.  His matchup is great.  Pretend I wrote about it and move on.  Baby Bear has carried the load and I’m pretty sure he continues on Monday night.  If you wanna talk gameflow, let’s consider it’s an away game against a tough secondary.  What’s the best way to gain momentum?  Quiet the crowd by grinding the ball down their throats.  Not literally, that’s assault!  Anderson seems like a lock for 100 rushing yards and 1 or 2 TDs.  He’s my RB to pay up for if I can’t afford that other high-priced RB I pretended to write about.  While we’re here, might as well mention that a Broncos/Anderson stack makes sense.  So does Dalton playing for the Jaguars in 3 years but that’s a different story.  GPP or cash

Jonathan Stewart, RB: $5,200 – Lots of ‘if’ here.  If Cam Newton is back, this sexy matchup gets even sexier.  But if DeAngelo Williams is back, there’s no way I’m in on the Daily Show.  Keep apprised, my peeps.  J-Stew touched the ball 23 times last week.  That’s how you get scratch money.  GPP or cash

Tre Mason, RB: $4,600 – This feels like week 13 all over again.  Mason gets to play at home with a plum matchup against a Giants team that are giving up the most yards per carry at 4.9.  You haven’t seen big fantasy numbers against them of late but that’s what happens when you play the Jaguars and Titans.  If Randle is a lock to start for Dallas, it might be one of the rare weeks that having an RB at flex wins a tourney or two.  GPP or cash

Latavius Murray, RB: $4,600 – You seeing why I’m ok with paying up for QB now?  Don’t let the season long numbers for the Bills fool you, they’ve been gashed on the ground of late as opposing backs are averaging a nice 4.5 YPC against them over the last 4.  If I were a betting man in the classic sense, I’d be taking the Raiders +6 at home.  After beating Green Bay at home, General Akbar will be calling…GPP or cash

Chris Ivory, RB: $3,800 – The last time these two teams squared off, Ivory went for 107 and a TD.  The Patriots have definitely tightened up against the rush since then and are only giving up 3.4 ypc over their last 4.  That said, you know the Jets want to keep that beautiful Tom guy off the field and will stay run-heavy, especially at home.  This is definitely a momentum and gameflow theory that goes against the grain.  For that reason, you shouldn’t even be thinking this about your cash games.  Oh, I just caught you, you were thinking it!  GPP only

Jordy Nelson, WR: $7,700 – So we now know what song can’t be played in the Green Bay locker room in the future.  Seven different receivers dropped passes from A-Rod da Gawd last Sunday and Jordy was a major culprit, dropping a 94 yard TD pass.  Yes, 15+ fantasy points wasted.  You don’t think the team comes out with a vengeance against the Buccs?  Rhetorical.  A big passing day seems to be lined up and this is how I plan to get in on it.  GPP or cash

Josh Gordon, WR: $6,400 – You don’t have to pair with Manziel.  Hey, you don’t have to play him at all but the reality is, there are outside factors contributing to his lack of production and low price.  Those outside factors do NOT include weed, thankfully.  His first two weeks back, Flash had 195 yards on 15 receptions.  All the ‘out of shape’ and ‘doesn’t know the playbook’ talk is just that: talk.  You’re hoping for two things here.  One, Manziel gets it together or two, he sucks and Hoyer comes in slingin’ it.  Either way, I like this as a bounce back spot for him to drop a hot box score (did you catch it?!?).  GPP only

Brandon LaFell, WR: $5,300 – I don’t think I’ve mentioned him once this year.  Consider the ice broken.  The Jets are exploited in their secondary because their secondary isn’t even secondary to their primary, ya dig?  They give up a lot of big plays overall which plays into Brandon’s bailiwick.  GPP or cash

Charles Johnson, WR: $4,900 – The targets aren’t going anywhere and Charles has shown who’s in charge of the Vikings receiving crew of late.  Given his size, he won’t draw the tough Grimes matchup.  If he did, he’d Brent Grimes’ birthday cake and then some.  Google it, I ain’t linking to that here.  This is a family site.  GPP or cash

Torrey Smith, WR: $4,600 – I think Smith will be at a full go finally for the first time in a couple of weeks.  If that’s the case, we’re gonna get plenty of fireworks as the Texans give up the third most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers on the year.  Keep in mind prior to his injury, he had a 6/65/2 week going against a whale’s vagina.  Sorry, Ron Burgundy took over there for a minute.  Either way, Smith was rolling.  If he’s healthy, he’s the best 20+ point bet you have at WR under $5K for the week.  GPP or cash

Martellus Bennett, TE: $5,700 – Bennett is the perfect in between.  Don’t have enough for Gronk?  Have too much left over for the cheaper plays?  Play Bennett!  The Lions have given up the 4th most receptions to opposing TEs on the year.  You may not get a TD splash but the Black Unicorn could give you a 10/100 day.  Just don’t watch the game, I’m warning you.  The Bears have Yogi on suicide watch at this point.  GPP or cash

Travis Kelce, TE: $4,600 – Consider this a recommendation of Coby Fleener while we’re at it.  Kelce wins out simply because the Chiefs have thrown a TD to the same amount of wide receivers this year as I have in my entire career.  Take note, I haven’t thrown an NFL pass to date.  That was a trick question…or I guess statement.  In either case, Travis has come on of late – or maybe the Walrus Reid has come to his senses – because he’s seen plenty of snaps and even caught a touchdown.  I know, amazing right?!?  He’s baby Gronk when used appropriately.  When used in appropriately, he’s a napkin holder while Andy Reid goes to town on some KC BBQ.  GPP or cash

Scott Chandler, TE: $3,000 – If you wanna get frisky, Oakland does rank in the bottom 10 for points against to opposing TEs.  I don’t know how much stock I put in the numbers considering how they’ve had a big game against with Orange Julius (6/63/2) represented close to at least 16.7% of that production against in one week.  All this to say, it’s not a sure bet but I sure bet you’re looking for a $3K value.  And there it is.  GPP only

Miami Dolphins, DST: $2,800 – There are a lot of road favorites this week and heavy ones at that.  Gonna have to go Damon Wayans on that and say homie don’t play dat.  The Dolphins haven’t looked good of late, getting gashed on the ground and even a bit through the air but I think there’s some bounceback action here.  The Vikings are tied for 4th most sacks against on the year with 44 and the Dolphins defense has a reasonable 34 on the year.  Given all the road traps out there, I’ll take my chances with the home team here.  GPP or cash

Oakland Raiders, DST: $2,200 – I mean, did ya need the chalk calls?  Really?  If I were playing in a survival pool, I’d be taking the Raiders this week.  Teams like the Bills aren’t built to keep momentum.  Clearly this is a crazy go nutso call that you don’t even financially need to make but it’s here so there.  GPP only

  1. HappyHarry says:
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    PPR Championship question… Cutler vs. Det. or Wilson @ Ari. ?
    Thanks for your updates.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Wilson

  2. Wilsonian says:
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    So I barely squeaked by and made it to the Chumpionship. Here’s my Q’s for the week:

    1) Who do I play: NE or BUF? Special teams don’t count on our defenses.

    2) If Julio OR T.Y. sits, who am I starting: Stills, L.Murray, L.Miller, J.Matthews (prick almost cost me a shot at the title last week so he’s pretty much dead to me), Moncrief

    3) If Julio AND T.Y. sit, who am I starting: Stills, L.Murray, L.Miller, J.Matthews, Moncrief

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

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      1) Pats. As I stated above, I expect a let down game from Buffalo

      2) Matthews has a decent floor if that’s what you need. If you need to swing for the fences, Latavius.

      3) The two above

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: dammit, Matthews really pissed me off last week. 1 target? He almost cost me the win. Now I gotta go back to that well?! Ha! I’ll go Latavius if only one of those guys is out. I think I’ll need the homerun.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Last two weeks have been very gameflow dependent for the Eagles. Teams have played keepaway because the defense can’t get their offense off the field on 3rd down. Don’t think that’ll be as much of a problem against Washington.

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            @Sky: very good point. Just know that my feelings were hurt by his goose egg and an attempt to block his 12-2 manager from getting into the Championship. I’ve got a TOUGH matchup against my dad, so I’m going to need all the help I can get. I’m a little worried about Julio and T.Y. (who wasn’t at the media portion of practice today). I need T.Y. especially with my opponent having Luck at QB. He also has a MONSTER WR corp with ODBJ, Dez, and Sanders. Mine is looking mighty weak if it’s Benjamin, LaFell, and Matthews.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Matchups just as important as players. Your matchups are fine.

  3. Brian says:
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    Need some help here out of Gordon, Stills,Gerhart and Charles Johnson need two in order to wrap this championship game up . Thanks bro

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Gordon/Gerhart

  4. Demarcooooo says:
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    Hi Guys, been streaming QBs all year & need to choose 1 for the finals….thanks!

    1) Eli Manning at Rams
    2) Kaepernick vs SD
    3) Tannehill vs Vikes
    4) Alex Smith at Pitt
    5) RG3 vs Eagles

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Not really liking any of those choices. If you need big upside, RG3. If not Tannehill over Smith.

      • Demarcooooo says:
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        @Sky: yea, its brutal. Was thinking either going with RG3 or Tannehill. If guy im playing has Beckham, would u be inclined to start or sit Eli?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Not saying it to pick on you but I really hate that strategy. It puts on blinders. Eli has a bad matchup, I don’t see why you’d want to ‘block’ OBJ when you could score less for it and Odell could still have a great day.

  5. Denko says:
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    Some help please..

    Sanchez at Washington or Wilson at Arizona
    Randle (or limp wristy D. Murray if he plays) at IND or J. Bell at CHI (bears so bad)
    M. Wallace @ MIA or K. Stills @ ATL

    THANKS!!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Wilson
      Loaded question: need to know more about Murray’s health. I’m inclined to lean Bell if Murray is ‘healthy’ since I won’t trust him to play the full game or be effective if he goes.
      Pretty sure Wallace can’t play his teammates…either way, Stills.

      • Denko says:
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        @Sky:

        whoops meant vs. MIN with Wallace, but thanks

        so if Randle plays, how about him vs. J. Bell?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I like Randle better there. Dallas is still a run-first team. Need Murray to be inactive, though.

  6. AI says:
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    Hey Sky. Do you happen to know why the weekly Razzball Radio interviews (w/ you, Tehol, etc) are no longer being posted on the website’s Radio tab?

    I love listening to you guys every week…..thanks for all that you do!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Nick’s been out of commission for a bit. Probably picks back up baseball season:

  7. Big W says:
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    Hey Sky,

    I made it to the finals!! Yay for my team! (first time in fantasy football finals)

    I can start 2 of the following three receivers:

    Martavis Bryant @ Miami, Charles Johnson vs. KC and Marquess Wilson vs. Det… who gets left out here in your opinion?

    For flex my options are:

    Latavius Murray vs. Buf, Matt Asiata @ Miami or one of the left out from the above receivers…

    Who gets the flex play in your opinion?

    Thanks in advance!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Congrats!

      Hrm, I don’t think you know who’s playing where.. :)

      Play Bryant, Johnson, Murray.

  8. Big W says:
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    Oh shit, Bryant @ KC, Johnson @ Miami… sorry. And thanks!

  9. PooPoo Platter says:
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    Hey Sky 2 questions,

    1) With the Broncos being so run heavy and Julius not doing ANYTHING FOR ME (somehow still won past 2 weeks) is it crazy to bench Julius Thomas for Charles Clay in PPR this week??

    2) Same kinda thing with Josh Gordon, I’m scared to start him again. Other options are Charles Johnson or Jordan Matthews (also PPR).

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      1) Clay really hasn’t done much either and has the tougher matchup. JT still makes sense there.

      2) I’m fine with those guys but you know what Gordon can do. That’s a ceiling/floor question. Matthews is the middle ground if you wanna play it safe.

      • PooPoo Platter says:
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        @Sky: I can get other options at TE from the waiver wire like Rivera, Owen Daniels or someone worse than that with a good matchup maybe thats a better option than Clay or Julius?

        Thanks.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Julius still

  10. CL says:
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    Sky:

    My 11-2 team was knocked out this past weekend. 3rd place game here I come. The 2 losses I had are due to not playing complete lineups. Knocked out of the championship in my “easy league” as well. 3rd team sucked all season. Thrilling week.

    Anywho, we’ve got to fill the Framily League more consistently! Perhaps the results should be tracked back to this site for year long champ? Give some tiny incentive to get into in more? I dunno.

    Good luck wrapping it up this weekend!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I had 7 of 8 teams make the playoffs. First round, 0-3. Second round with my bye teams 1-3. Pretty brutal to end that way but it is what it is.

      We can look into that next year but then, problem is it would have to be the same people week after week to actually track the results, no? Wouldn’t make sense to point out a guy who won a couple but didn’t play all year.

      I think people are winding down their seasons who are regular fantasy goers and others have moved onto basketball. It makes it hard to keep people in.

      • CL says:
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        @Sky: Yup. C’est la vie. I’m pretty sure I took this type of hard loss after kicking ass all season last year too.

        Draft Kings is all I have now.

        /sniff

        A co-worker and I just keep riling each other up with horror stories of finish this season out of championships due to extreme unluckiness. He lost due to P-e-y-t-o-n’s goose egg last week and then had an $800 swing (loss) due to losing by 0.3 this weekend. Ooof. Funny how many stories there are like this!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          That’s why I won’t put money on seasonal anymore

  11. dem ribbies says:
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    RB woes, need to start one of the following in a PPR championship, leaning toward Gerhart, what do you think?

    Gerhart vs TEN
    Sproles @ WAS
    Williams vs SEA
    Spiller @ OAK (if healthy)

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Gerhart

  12. Oliver says:
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    I’m in the championship game in both of my leagues this year!

    Team 1: Only real question I have is whether I go with Torrey Smith over Steve Smith Sr.

    Team 2: I need to win this one (lots of money on the line), so I may be overthinking a bit.
    At RB, I have Lacy and Jeremy Hill. I also have Chris Johnson and Kerwynn Williams, hoping to pick up Randle off of waivers. Who do you like out of that bunch at RB2?
    At WR, I have Julio Jones and Josh Gordon. Also have Vincent Jackson, Mike Wallace, Baldwin, Landry, and Douglas. Should I replace one of my starters?
    Of that bunch of scrubs, who do you like at FLEX?
    What do you think about Peyton? I have him at QB, but I’m scared he’s not going to be throwing the ball. Should I be worried?

    Thanks a million!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Awesome!

      Team 1: Gotta keep up with news on Torrey. If he’s healthy, he’s the most likely to be able to exploit the good matchup as I talked about above.

      Team 2: Assuming you mean you are already starting Jeremy Hill and Lacy and are curious if you should start another RB over Hill, the question is no you shouldn’t. Keep your starters as long as everyone is healthy. Put V-Jax in at flex unless DeMarco is inactive. Then it’s Randle

      Peyton’s fine? This isn’t really a question or at the very least, it’s an incomplete one…

      • Oliver says:
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        @Sky: You got it, sir!

        I’m just overthinking about Peyton. I’ll stick with him. I don’t really have an alternative, but he hasn’t thrown the ball much the past few weeks since CJ Anderson blew up. I just need to be firing on all cylinders to win the big pot of money! haha

        Thanks a lot for your help.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, if there’s a good play out there I wouldn’t hate you for it but most good QBs are owned at this point. You’re not starting Thad Lewis or Case Keenum over Peyton. Good luck!

  13. Dusty says:
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    Great columns in every sport, razzball has become my go to advice site in every sport this year.
    I’ve got an RB heavy team and now I’ve got to sit one for semi-final week and don’t know what one. I have DeMarco Murray with his hand problem, Shady McCoy against a fantasy stingy Skins run D, and Ingram and CJ Anderson against Barclay Center roof leaky Ds. I can play 3 of them, so if Murray is active, who do I bench among Murray, McCoy, Anderson and Ingram? Thanks.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Glad to hear it!

      I’m benching Murray…I don’t think he sees the ball enough to be effective if they make him a healthy go. Which is why I hope/think Dallas will do the right thing and sit him.

      • Dusty says:
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        @Sky: Thanks for the advice. I was leaning that way but Murray has carried me so far that it feels like there will be bad karma sitting him in the big week

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah I just don’t trust an RB with fumbling issues that had a broken hand. Good luck!

  14. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Standard scoring, the only pickups we can make are by waivers tonight. My finals opponent is in rough shape at RB2 (and he could also maybe use a boost at flex)–if the injuries to Jennings and Mathews keep them out, he’ll likely have to start Vereen or a waiver pickup at RB2, plus D-Jax or M. Bryant at flex.

    I have priority over him and my lineup is fine, so looking to block. Available RB: Randle, Asiata, Gerhart, Oliver, P. Thomas, Greene, A. Smith. Harry D. is also available if he’s looking to improve at flex.

    So, in what order would you line up the claims, hoping to snag 1-2 of his targets? Maybe Asiata, Gerhart, Randle (since Murray is apparently practicing), Douglas, and don’t worry about the others cuz they’re all worse than Vereen?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Gerhart/Randle/Douglas/Oliver/Asiata

  15. Scott says:
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    I am stunned that Tre Mason and Latavius Murray are still so cheap, considering they are clear-cut number 1 RB options for their respective teams.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Latavius doesn’t surprise me as much as Tre does. Lat has only been a lead back for about 3 weeks. Tre has been the lead back since about week 4. Clearly touches isn’t factored into the DK equation.

  16. Jake says:
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    Sky read your earlier comment on Demarco I have read that he will start and get his regular workload I believe that Dallas is crazy enough to do this. I own him and can’t bench him unless I have another top 5 back. What’s your thoughts on this game as a whole do you believe this is a good fantasy game that will provide a lot if scoring ?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I don’t trust him at all nor do I trust Dallas to be doing the right thing. I can’t hate you for starting him but I don’t believe he’s healthy enough to take the full load. Sorry you have to deal with that situation.

  17. Toby says:
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    Thanks for your help last week, Sky. I survived the Rodgers debacle and another night of endzone-keep-away with McCoy (I feel like Chip Kelly is just laughing at us…)

    Who to play this week?

    WR3: Stills, Crief, Douglass or Charles Johnson?

    RB2: Boom, Blount, Randle or Andre WIlliams?

    DEF: Ravens or Seahawks?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Ooph congrats. Nor an easy task. WR3 is Charles unless Julio is out. Then Douglas. Boom at RB unless majorly reduced role/out is the Murray news

  18. great whites says:
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    Hey thanks for last week, you nailed it! Crowell or s.jax in standard , and in another league e.lacy or c.j. anderson

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Glad to hear it!

      Tough, I think SJax has a good chance at a TD so I’ll have to say him even though Crow is obviously the better player.

      You probably don’t go wrong with either but I like CJ a bit more.

  19. Tom says:
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    So if Murray is active would you be confident to play the other Murray a f against buffalo.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d play Latavius just because I don’t trust the situation.

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