Dear Running Backs,

What the hell is going on? Seriously guys, not only are you getting injured at an alarming rate, but your off the field antics are ridiculous, and not ridiculous in a Dennis Rodman fun idiot kind of way. 

Best Regards,

Ralph

Let’s take a minute to reflect. More than likely we the fantasy football collective will be without Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice, Jamaal Charles (maybe not), Ryan Matthews, Mark Ingram, Knowshon Moreno, Doug Martin and Jonathan Dwyer for several weeks. Oh okay, yeah, no one cares about Jonathan Dwyer, but you get my point. That’s seven starting running backs and we’re only two weeks into the season. Early in the fantasy baseball season, we talked about the closerpocalypse… well this is the runningbackalypse. I fully expect another three to be injured and Matt Forte to be found out as the real life Buffalo Bill by the time this posts. It’s been that kind of year. As corny dancehall reggae artist Elephant Man would say: “Ju-kno!” Well, I guess the silver lining is there were plenty of intriguing handcuffs promoted to starter in the last week. Some are temporary, others could be more permanent, and some tried to get in on the runningbackalypse but just missed the mark. Either way, here are the ones to keep an eye on.

Knile Davis – I was all over Davis this week on the wavier wire expecting a guaranteed start against Miami. I even wrote about 200 words about it. Then I got on Twitter after work, and low and behold Jamaal Charles practices. I guess I should have taken the Chiefs word for it regarding that whole “mild” adjective on his ankle sprain. Still these injuries have a way of destroying finesse backs *cough cough* CJ Spiller circa 2013. So I don’t think you’re out of the woods yet Charles owner. When so much of your game is dependent on burst and quick cuts it’s a tough injury to come back from. I’m looking at Davis as having value even with Charles active. I would imagine Andy Reid and company will give him the kid gloves treatment but I also thought Charles would be out for 2-3 weeks minimum. Davis was effective last week putting up 77 yards and 2 TD’s on 22 carries. The opportunity is there for him to return mid-level flex numbers, but Charles will probably carry the ball 25 times just because I said that…..reverse jinx anyone? Damn it! I just reverse jinxed my reverse jinx. Damn it! Did it again…or did I? This could go on forever.

Matt Asiata – Let’s be clear about one thing Asiata isn’t very good. He’s got a good setup though and the opportunity to be a very solid flex option. His numbers last week were pretty terrible and I could see McKinnon having value at some point, but that point has yet to be reached. So let’s stop talking about it. Asiata for now is the guy. Well, until he gets injured or decides to join La Cosa Nostra.

Bobby Rainey –  It’s become an annual rite of passage to build Rainey up after a good week, much like we did last year. I’m not as high on him as others but he seems to have a substantial role regardless of Doug Martin‘s health going forward. With Martin beat up and in Lovie Smith’s dog house it looks like Rainey will be getting solid run going forward. He’s going to put up some 50 yard games on 20 touches, but he’ll have weeks like last week too. You could do worse. Then again after last night’s game maybe there is nothing worse than the Bucs.

Donald Brown – This one hurts because I drafted Matthews everywhere, but I should have known he was going get hurt. Last year was just too good for him to do it twice. Plus he has Alex Rios disease where he kicks us in the junk and then stomps on it every time we start to trust him. Brown has been unexciting and effective since coming out of UConn, but he’s going to get some run and was on the field quite a bit down the stretch against the Seahawks last week. I expect Danny Woodhead‘s role to expand as a runner but he’s still going to mostly be a receiving back that gets most of his carries on draws and delays. Brown is certainly worth a flex play this week.

Chris Ivory – Hey Chris where the [email protected]*# was this last year? Jerk Weed! I drafted Ivory everywhere in 2013, figuring he’d be a shoo-in for the starting job with the Jets. Not my best work…Well this year I drafted Chris Johnson everywhere so my Jets curse has turned Ivory into one sexy fuzzy handcuff. After the last two weeks I’m thinking about taking a long weekend in the Poconos with this dime piece handcuff. If he’s on the wire scoop him up.

Stevan Ridley/ Shane Vereen – I don’t know what to make of this backfield. After Ridley had 25 carries last week I’m moving him back into the starting role. I love Vereen as a PPR threat but he just seems to miss the mark on his juicy potential. As much as I want him to be Darren Sproles he’s just not there. Then again The Talented Mr. Ridley (cringe I know it was corny) could put the ball on the ground on the first drive and then everything changes. Patriots running backs are like the really hot girl on your floor Freshman year of college. No matter how many times she blows you off or blows your buddy, when she knocks on your door at 2 AM ready to go, you take it.

Khriy Robinson – After Mark Ingram‘s unfortunate injury Robinson has found himself in line to get a ton of touches in the coming weeks. I do expect Pierre Thomas to get a few more carries, but Robinson will factor into the game plan this week. Especially if the Saints find themselves up big on the Viks. I think Robinson is a sneaky flex play in 14+ team leagues.

 

Fuzzy Handcuffs 

These guys are fun, fun, fun!, Not for everyday use but good to own and a blast when they’re in the mix.  We may wish for a bit more run but in truth they’re probably good the way they are, splitting time and getting the most of their opportunities. Most of these handsome devils could probably be studs if given the chance.

Team Starter (carries/targets/rec) Handcuff(s) (carries/targets/rec) Depth Backs
Buffalo Bills C.J. Spiller (12/1/1) Fred Jackson (12/4/2) Bryce Brown, Anthony Dixon
Cincinnati Bengals Giovani Bernard (27/6/5) Jeremy Hill (12/2/2) Cedric Peerman
Cleveland Browns Ben Tate (injury) Terrance West (19/2/2) Isaiah Crowell (11/1/1)
Detroit Lions Joique Bell (10/11/6) Reggie Bush (6/3/2) Theo Riddick
Indianapolis Colts Ahmad Bradshaw (13/5/5) Trent Richardson (21/1/1) Dan Herron, Deji Karim
Kansas City Cheifs Jamaal Charles (7/4/4) (injury) Knile Davis (1/1/1) De’Anthony Thomas, Cyrus Gray
New England Patriots Stevan Ridley (25/0/0) Shane Vereen (6/2/1) Brandon Bolden, James White
New Orleans Saints Pierre Thomas (3/3/3), Mark Ingram (11/4/3) (Injury) Khiry Robinson (8/0/0) Travaris Cadet
New York Jets Chris Johnson (13/5/5) Chris Ivory (13/1/1) Bilal Powell
Philadelphia Eagles LeSean McCoy (20/5/4) Darren Sproles (4/7/7) Chris Polk
San Diego Chargers Ryan Matthews (11/2/2) (injury) Danny Woodhead (8/5/4) Donald Brown (7/4/3)
Tampa Bay Bucs Doug Martin (injury) Bobby Rainey (22/3/3) Mike James, Charles Sims

 

Standard Issue Police

Whether you’re in the back of a squad car or sitting on the corner while the Po-Po search your whip you’re going nowhere. Do you know why? Because those things are locked on your wrists with a death grip. Much like those cuffs these running backs are firmly locked into their positions. Not for a lack of ability but because the starters are firmly entrenched in their roles. These backs could have value on any given week but more than likely you’ll need an injury to make these guys startable.

Team Starter (carries/targets/rec) Handcuff(s) (carries/targets/rec) Depth Backs
Arizona Cardinals Andre Ellington (15/3/1) Stepfan Taylor (0/0/0) Jonathan Dwyer (inactive)
Atlanta Falcons Steven Jackson (11/1/1) Davonte Freeman (0/4/2) Jazquizz Rodgers (5/1/0), Antone Smith
Baltimore Ravens Bernard Pierce (22/2/1) Justin Forsett (8/4/4) Lorenzo Taliaferro
Carolina Panthers Jonathan Stewart (15/1/1) DeAngelo Williams(0/0/0) (Q) Mike Tolbert (4/4/3) , Fozzy Whitiker
Houston Texans Arian Foster (28/3/2) Alfred Blue (11/0/0) Jonathan Grimes, Ronnie Brown
Miami Dolphins Knowshon Moreno (1/0/0) (injury) Lamar Miller (11/5/2) Damien Williams, Daniel Thomas
Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson (Inactive) Matt Asiata (13/7/5) Jerick McKinnon (2/3/2), Joe Banyard

 

Duct Tape Cuffs

These are of the homemade variety you’ll use them in a pinch (i.e the starting stud goes down) but they’re always in your drawer (wavier wire) ready to step in and do their job. It may be to the bare minimum degree but they can buy you sometime.

Team Starter (carries/targets/rec) Handcuff(s) (carries/targets/rec) Depth Backs
Chicago Bears Matt Forte (12/8/5) Ka’Deem Carey (0/0/0) Shaun Draughn
Dallas Cowboys DeMarco Murray (29/2/1) Lance Dunbar (11/0/0) Joseph Randle, Ben Malena
Denver Broncos Montee Ball (12/3/3) C.J. Anderson (5/0/0) Ronnie Hillman, Juwan Thompson
Green Bay Packers Eddie Lacy (13/3/2) James Starks (0/0/0) John Kuhn, DuJuan Harris
Jacksonville Jaguars Toby Gerhardt (7/2/2) Denard Robinson (0/2/2) Jordan Todman , Storm Johnson
New York Giants Rashad Jennings (18/4/4) Andre Williams (8/2/2) Peyton Hillis
Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch (6/4/4) Robert Turbin (2/2/2) Christine Michael

Thanks for reading and Happy Handcuffing!

 

Don’t forget to send me all your Running Back Questions on twitter @ralphlifshitzbb.

  1. jcg says:
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    Nice work. I always try to stack RBs with upside thru waivers. 12 team ppr

    1) was offered J Hill and Gordon for my T West. What you think?

    2) most droppable between khiry, Crowell, McKinnon?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @jcg: If you’re not starting West I say do it. If you’re starting West than no.

      To me McKinnon is droppable until he shows something. Though I’m not high on Crowell. Hold Khiry.

  2. NovachekLandry says:
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    I’m a Cowboys fan and Joseph Randle is the handcuff to Murray. Lance Dunbar is the complimentary back who will get his 8-10 touches a game but will not carry the load.
    And if want to go deeper… if Joseph Randle goes down, Ryan Williams will most likely be the guy. He almost took Randle’s backup job in pre-season.

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @NovachekLandry: Maybe but I’m not sure about that. Randle was obviously concussed and left the game last week leaving the door open for Dunbar to get the garbage time work. Randle’s not going to play this week meaning Dunbar is the #2 on the depth chart. These charts are done week by week.

      Forget Ryan Williams he’s crap.They built him up in Arizona a couple of times too.

  3. Ralph Lifshitz

    Ralph Lifshitz says:
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    Obviously the Knile Davis number got screwed up somehow. He had 22 carries/9 targets/ 6 catches. Sorry about that typo guys!

  4. Rags says:
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    Would you give up DeAndre Hopkins (keepable in the 5th next year), Reggie Bush (unkeepable) and Knowshon Moreno (Keepable in the 6th) for Jay Cutler and Antonio Brown (unkeepable)?

    My only QB is Kaep right now, and my WRs are VJax, M. Floyd, Harvin, Hopkins and Hunter.

    I’m starting Ball, Knile and Khiry at RB right now with Moreno, Bush, Gerhart and Sankey on my bench. It leaves me without a good RB3 when Knile and Khiry turn back into pumpkins, but I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it.

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Rags: I say make the deal if only for Cutler and Brown. Antonio is the best player in the deal and I personally think getting out from under the albatross that is Reggie Bush is a good thing. I’m very low on Reggie.

      Who the hell knows with Moreno. He’s like 40% glass

  5. mcBlunty says:
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    thoughts on a potential trade, hasn’t been officially offered but has been discussed in terms of who is available, full point ppr

    I would get Demaryious Thomas, Travis Kelce and Phil Rivers

    I would send Gronk, Fred Jackson, and Kelvin Benjamin

    am I giving up to much? I really only need Rivers for next week as I have Peyton my WR’s already include Calvin, Kendall Wright and Mike Floyd, the thoughts of Calvin and D Thomas are pretty intriguing especially since I have Peyton

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @mcBlunty: If you can have a lineup with Peyton, Thomas, and Calvin and all you have to give up is shell of himself and huge injury risk in Gronk, a very good handcuff in Jackson and a rookie WR who can have a bout or two of the dropsies I say do it. You’re getting the two best players in the deal in Rivers and Thomas. You can flip Rivers for something later too.

    • my sisters friend boyfriend says:
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      @mcBlunty: Manning and Thomas combo hasnt been shit this year coming from a owner of the two..that pesky julius Thomas keeps getting in the way

      • Ralph Lifshitz

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        @my sisters friend boyfriend: It’s two weeks and would you rather have Gronk? Or Benjamin? Or Fred Jackson?

  6. Brett says:
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    Which running back should I keep on my roster Moreno or Damien Williams? 12 team Ppr league. My rb are Jennings Vereen Stacy Hyde micheal

    Thanks

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Brett: Moreno, I don’t think much of Williams at this point. If you decided to drop Michael and keep Williams I’d be with it. Michael isn’t real he doesn’t even play football he’s just a figment of fantasy writers imaginations like that purple dragon at Epcot.

      • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: re: the RB named after a car that was named after a girl, in redrafts sure, but i’m seeing him getting dropped in dynasties and grab grab grabby up meself.

        • Ralph Lifshitz

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          @Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey: I don’t believe at all it’s his second year and he’s inactive, that’s a bad sign. I know he’s had an injury but he was active for three games last year. He’s all hype. We’ll see if he gets run this week.Dude is a bust. He can’t overtake Robert Turbin. Name a RB that wasn’t at least involved his second year that went onto stardom. There are none.

  7. David says:
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    Who to start for week 3? Pick two..

    Terrence West vs Bal, Sproles vs Was, Vereen vs Oak, or Jon Stewart vs Pit?

    • David says:
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      12 team standard league btw…thanks!

      • Ralph Lifshitz

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        @David: West and Sproles. I think it’s going to be another Ridley game because no way Oakland keeps it close in NE home opener when they haven’t won a 1 pm EST game in 14 tries.

  8. Chicken Dinner says:
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    Is Devonta Freeman droppable for say…… Blue?

    Seems he’s the #4 and Blue moved up to #2 and Foster’s got hammy issues.

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Chicken Dinner: Even with Foster healthy Blue has been getting more touches than Freeman. The Freeman thing is baffling. He’s super talented as a runner and a receiver. I don’t understand the fascination with Jackson.

      So go ahead pickup Blue and drop Freeman.

  9. A Hill O' Beans says:
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    I’d like to say that I care about Jonathan Dwyer! Or rather, I did until I heard the news.

    Hell, with my RB injuries I was deciding between starting Dwyer/Freeman/Sankey this week in my keeper league before I heard the news. Unfortunately I went with Freeman who managed minus points for me, which is kinda crazy considering his team scored 56 points. WTF!

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @A Hill O’ Beans: Yeah go pickup Stepfan Taylor. He could be useful. I think Freeman and Sankey will have value keep the faith. As I said in the comment above I don’t get the Freeman thing. They know what he can do, get him in there!

      • A Hill O' Beans says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: I would have loved to see Freeman a little more when the rest of the starters were in there. I missed his fumble, but he seems pretty securely planted as the #4 RB at this point which is kind of crazy.

        How much of the FAAB ($100) would you spend for Rainey and Taylor? Keep in mind a) its a keeper b) they’ll probably be in the starting conversation for me for now, and c) injuries have killed me so far so the playoffs are looking like a distant dream.

        Thanks!

        • Ralph Lifshitz

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          @A Hill O’ Beans: Rainey O could see putting in a decent bid for but the number is relative to what your league mates are like. I’d say $15 is a good price and maybe $20 if you are desperate. I’m always reluctant to go any higher than $20. As for Taylor go low you might be able to get him for a few bucks.

  10. Allan says:
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    Ralph would you start Benjamin, Michael Floyd, Woodhead, or Rudolph at flex?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Allan: This week I’d give Woodhead a ride. Benjamin is close though. I just give Woodhead the edge. I don’t like Floyd being tied to Drew Stanton and who knows with Rudolph from week to week.

      • Allan says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: Well I’ve got Kendall Wright as my WR2. Should I have Floyd or Benjamin over him? And does that change the flex?

        • Ralph Lifshitz

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          @Allan: Nope I think you got it right. I think you have to give Woodhead a shot. His floor is higher than the other two. I could see 2-3 catch weeks from both Floyd and Benjamin. Woodhead could grab a few balls, get some additional carries, and score some TD’s. I don’t think Brown is going to come in and just take over. I think Woodhead’s role will expand.

  11. Zandy says:
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    std league

    would you trade doug martin and rainey for joique at this point?
    how about rashad?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Zandy: Rashad would be my first choice. But if you can’t get RJ go Bell.

  12. my sisters friend boyfriend says:
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    How bout the cardinals announcing that Parmele is gonna be the goal line back???? Smh just when it looked like ellington was gonna get all the points they go and announce some bullshit like this….why?????

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @my sisters friend boyfriend: We’ll see, I’ll believe it when I see it. He wasn’t even on the roster when I wrote this yesterday.

  13. Ron says:
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    I traded Jeremy hill and James jones for Antonio brown. Thoughts?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Ron: I want to join your league! Great pickup duderino…I’ve been drinking…actually I haven’t but I needed an excuse for using duderino

  14. Tad says:
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    Hey man,

    I’ll be weak at RB next week would you look to make a minor deal or just at waivers?

    RB’s im looking into are

    Jonathan Stewart (next week @baltimore then facing bears)
    (This owners RB’s are sproles, Ryan Matthews, frank gore, ap, Davonte Freeman, CJ anderson, & knile davis.)

    Knile davis (next week vs pats then @ SF)
    – same as above.

    Pierre Thomas (next week @ Dallas then vs Tampa)
    (This owner RB’s are demarco Murray, Montee ball, dangelo williams, Rainey, Donald brown , bernard Pierce.
    This owners WR’s are antonio brown, mike Wallace, roddy white, brandin cook, Brian quick, kenny stills, & torrey smith.)

    Khiry robinson (next week @ Dallas then Tampa)
    (That owners other RB’s are Ivory, forte, Foster, stacy, Shonn green & james Starks.
    His WR’s are Cobb, harvin, anquan boldin, deandre Hopkins, Cecil shorts )

    Matt asiata (next week vs ATL then @ GB)
    (His other RB’s shady McCoy, CJ spiller, fred Jackson, Steven jackson.
    His WR’s are AJ green, jordy Nelson, Larry Fitzgerald , Kendall wright, Davonte adams, golden Tate.)

    My RB’s are Gio bernard, Ben Tate, terrance west, jeremy hill, toby gerhart, DMC, MJD , Ahmad Bradshaw & forsett.

    My WR’s; demaryius thomas, Crabtree, cordarrelle patterson , Kelvin benjamin, wheaton & malcom floyd.

    I’d be looking to deal floyd or wheaton, but rather keep wheaton. Based on my roster which would you look to pursue? & who to should I deal?
    It’s h2h 10 teamer, .20 ppr
    If I do this id have to drop a RB before making a deal ; who to drop MJD, or forsett or DMC?

    Thanks man!

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Tad: I say offer Floyd for Khiry or Wheaton for Pierre.

      • Tad says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz:

        Thanks man would MJD or forsett be the drop?

        • Ralph Lifshitz

          Ralph Lifshitz says:
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          @Tad: Probably MJD, he’s back at practice but he stinks now.

  15. Locifer says:
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    Hey Ralph,

    I just got offered Montee Ball and Danny Woodhead for my Lynch and Asiata

    Should I give it the green light?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Locifer: If it’s PPR for shizzle! If it’s it’s not hold.

  16. Michael says:
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    Hey, 12 team league, start 1 qb, 2 rb, 3 wr, 1 flex, 1 tight end, 1 def and 1 k. Trying to figure out rb2 and flex….have McCoy as rb 1, and have reggie bush, khiry Robinson, pierre Thomas and woodhead. Who do you think I should start as rb 2 and flex? I’m thinking khiry as rb2 and woodhead or Thomas as flex. I’m losing faith in bush and with injuries, khiry, pierre and woodhead great plays…. thoughts? Thank you!

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Michael: I’d go Thomas and Woodhead. Esspecially if it’s PPR.

      • Michael says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: sorry didn’t mention that, standard league. ..thanks!

        • Ralph Lifshitz

          Ralph Lifshitz says:
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          @Michael: I think I still like Woodhead and Thomas

  17. buclover says:
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    Ralph,
    I’m torn at my flex…I should see a doctor,,,anyway, I’ve got Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory, Terrance West, and Torrey Smith?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @buclover: West

  18. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Standard scoring w/ 5 pt bonus at 100 yds. We start 2RB/3WR/no flex. An owner is offering either Lacy, Ball or Foster for a WR1.

    My RB: Lynch, J. Bell, Vereen, Bradshaw, D. Brown, S-Jax, Ingram
    My WR: Marshall, Roddy, Wallace, Hunter and Randle

    Make an offer? Would you do a deal if he insists on Marshall? How do you rank those 3 rb?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Steve Stevenson: Lacy, Foster, Ball. I don’t really feel you need to make this move. Especially in a non-flex league. In fact if I were you I’d be looking to add a WR. You cannot trade Marshall.

  19. Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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    1. start which of these in PPR this week, miller or vereen?
    2. ridley/woodhead/miller/charles (start 1) this week in different PPR? i don’t like the idiots at KC even playing charles this week (hope they don’t). seeing how us fantasy nerds actually value our top 5 pick RB playing further than just this week (something real life coaches don’t seem to care about)
    3. different PPR. better to stash ingram/blue/freeman? ingram will obv be back, but who knows if he goes back to what he was doing before, plus it could get all committee’d over there.

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey: Miller in 1., I think if Charles plays you play him. Especially when he’s had a couple days of practice. Maybe it really was mild. But if he doesn’t play or you don’t trust him I think this game sets up well for Ridley. 3. Still stash Ingram, then Blue, and Freeman last. Freeman will be good Smith is just a bad coach.

      • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: mild or not, high ankle sprains are more than 6-7 day injuries. Coaches should know that. Risking putting him back that early is stupid.

          • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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            @Ralph Lifshitz: we should get down a betting line of A. charles’ chances of finishing even the first half if he starts, and B, how many further weeks he’ll lose over original 3-4 weeks missed diagnosis. I would think around 40% chance to finish first half, and at least an extra 2 weeks, if not 5 extra weeks missed from coaches F’ing around with ankle sprains. Charles owners are about to understand where the term “to get ankled” came from, and feels like.

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