Has anyone else been up since Thursday night? This football stuff is a hell of a drug. My hundredth sleepless hour was marked by a somber event on Monday morning when we conducted a Viking funeral on a nearby pond for my Kerryon Johnson Fathead. The Jonathan Taylor Fathead was disturbingly excited to launch the flaming arrow into Kerryon’s boat. When the police showed up to our fiery procession, I explained what was going on and they laughed at me for drafting Kerryon Johnson, again. 

Monday night couldn’t come soon enough.

Unfortunately the Steelers/Giants game had me wishing I was back at Kerryon’s Viking funeral for most of the first half. The big story from that first game was Benny Snell who easily looked like the best running back in the Steelers backfield, rumbling for 113 yards on 19 carries. With James Conner appearing slow and also “being evaluated” for a mystery injury, Snell jumps to priority numero uno on my waiver claims list this week ahead of Nyheim Hines and Joshua Kelley; the Steelers’ second year man has legit RB1 upside. Here’s what I said about Snell when I ranked him #59 in my top 60 running back rankings, “It’s a crowded young backfield behind James Conner, but Uncle Benny is my favorite Steelers RB target this year. He looked great in his rookie season before getting banged up. Conner’s now been injured each of the last two seasons. Two plus two equals Benny. Someone please check my math there . . .” The interns did check my math and I guess it checks out. So open up your pocket books and Snell the coffee. Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday for fantasy football:

 

PIT at NYG

James Conner – 6 carries for 9 yards, 2 catches for 8 yards. Here’s what I said about Conner when I ranked him #21 behind guys like Jonathan Taylor and David Johnson in my top 40 running back rankings, “I don’t question Conner’s talent, but the durability has to make you wonder at this point. He’s missed 9 games over the past two seasons with ankle, shoulder and quad injuries. Plus the Steelers have a slew of other young competition waiting in the wings; I especially like what I saw from Benny Snell last year, but the possibility of Jaylen Samuels and newbie Anthony McFarland Jr. stealing carries shouldn’t be overlooked either.” Annnnnd he’s hurt. Sounds like it was his ankle. I’d be concerned that once Conner’s healthy he never gets the lead job back.

Jaylen Samuels – 1 carry for 2 yards, 1 catch for 1 yard. Samuels could end up filling in on passing downs if Conner misses time, but the two total touches in this contest is less inspiring than the pep talk I gave our team of Razzball writers prior to week one. 

Ben Roethlisberger – 21/32 for 229 yards and 3 touchdowns. Fugly first half had me ready to write him off, but he battled thru the rust to post some decent numbers. I still wouldn’t trust him as my QB1, nor around tipsy college girls.

Juju Smith-Schuster – 6 catches for 69 yards—nice—and 2 touchdowns. I have to admit I was a bit of a JuJu hater this spring, but Ben clearly likes to look his way in the redzone. I’m betting against WR1 numbers this year and I can quit anytime I want!

Diontae Johnson – 6 catches for 57 yards. Had a team high 10 targets but also had a couple bad drops early plus a muffed punt that cost them 3 points in the first quarter. Roethlisberger wasn’t phased by the errors, he kept going back to the well like it was full of non-consenting women. 

James Washington – 2 catches for 34 yards and 1 touchdown. Washingbeard only saw 3 targets in this one. Seems like he’s already the Steelers #4 WR behind hyped up rookie Chase Claypool (2 catches for 39 yards).

Eric Ebron – 1 catch for 18 yards. Really glad I didn’t let Ebron co-manage my fantasy team when he offered:

 

Daniel Jones – 26/41 for 279 yards, 4 carries for 22 yards, 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Danny was throwing half dollars once he got rolling on a couple drives. That’s assuming throwing half dollars is better than throw dimes which might not be true. Coin confusion aside, Jones looked pretty good against one of the top defenses in the league and could end up posting QB1 numbers this year.

Saquon Barkley –  15 carries for 6 yards, 6 catches for 60 yards. At the half Saquon was on a full season pace for -96 rushing yards. Now he’s on pace for 86, much better. He’s the top buy-low candidate this week if your dumb friend doesn’t realize how good the Steelers’ run defense is.

Darius Slayton – 6 catches for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns. Slayton picked up right where he left off in his rookie season when he caught 8 touchdowns. He clearly has a strong connection with Jones, but remember Golden Tate (hamstring) wasn’t available in this one—not sure if that matters, leaning towards no. Nothing really matters now that Fathead Kerryon is no longer with us.

Sterling Shepard – 6 catches for 47 yards. I expect Shepard’s flock suffers more than Slayton’s once Tate returns.

Evan Engram – 2 catches for 9 yards. Not the breakout we were promised. But again, this was a tough match up so give him a bit of rope to hang your fantasy team.

 

TEN at DEN

Ryan Tannehill – 29/43 for 249 yards, 3 carries for 14 yards and 2 passing touchdowns. Not much to see with either quarterback in the late game as Drew Lock went 22/33 for 216 yards and 1 touchdown. The Monday night games successfully brought me down from my 110 hour football high, I’m crashing quick here! 

Derrick Henry – 31 carries for 116 yards, 3 catches for 15 yards. 31 carries is a lot, in case you were curious. He’s on pace for 496 carries this year to go with his nearly 400 from last year including playoffs. There’s a chance Henry wears down with this crazy usage, but while healthy this almost feels like his fantasy floor.

A.J. Brown – 5 catches for 39 yards. It’s a disappointing opener for Brown, but the Denver secondary is tough. Poke your paw thru the buy-low window if your league is into those week 1 over reactions. 

Corey Davis – 7 catches for 101 yards. Here’s what I said about Davis when I ranked him as my #54 WR in my top 60 wide receiver rankings, ” It was still only three years ago that Corey Davis was taken with the number five overall pick of the NFL Draft. Now he finally seems to have a legitimate offense surrounding him with studly A.J. Brown lining up across the way and Tannehill looking very good last year. Davis is practically free, being drafted after pick 200.” Thru one game I’m looking pretty smart on this call. I know, I’m just as surprised as you are. Davis looks like he might be a WR3 movng forward, ready to fall for it again?

Jonnu Smith – 4 catches for 36 yards and 1 touchdown. My co-host (B_Don) on the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast gave me hell last week for ranking Jonnu #13 in my top 20 tight end rankings. I think B_Don doesn’t realize how low the bar is for a guy to finish as TE13.

Phillip Lindsay – 7 carries for 24 yards, 1 catch for 11 yards. Out carried Gordon 7 to 6 in the first half but never returned after halftime due to a foot injury. This backfield had full out timeshare written all over it from the start. Remember when timeshares used to be cool before they all shifted to the sleazy car salesman business model? No, I don’t want your rip off financing! But yeah, Lindsay, stay tuned for more news on his foot injury.

Melvin Gordon – 15 carries for 78 yards, 3 catches for 8 yards and 1 fumble lost. Didn’t do much in the first half, but finally got into a rhythm in the 4th quarter with Lindsay out of the picture. This might be a great sell high window for Gordon if one of your buffoon buddies thinks he’s suddenly an RB1 again. Of course, if the Lindsay injury’s serious then Gordon probably is an RB1, so keep refreshing Twitter like a lunatic until you get an update. Royce Freeman (1 carry for 0 yards, 1 catch for 12 yards) is suddenly on the radar again if there’s an extended absence of Lindsay.

Courtland Sutton – Did not play (shoulder). Needed to complete 10 jumping jacks to be cleared to play. Only was able to manage 7 jumping jacks and 3 burpees. 

Jerry Jeudy – 4 catches for 56 yards. Nice debut for the rookie phenom as he led the team with 8 targets. Sutton’s return should only help free Jeudy up. Hopefully he can get a couple more of those jumping jacks in before next week’s game. 

Noah Fant – 5 catches for 81 yards and 1 touchdown. Don’t you want a Fant(a)? 

Stephen Gostkowski – 0/3 on FG attempts plus a missed extra point, then he comes in and makes the game winner to totally redeem himself like Harry from Dumb and Dumber

  1. Chris says:
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    Hi Donkey,

    i have a dumb friend looking to move Saquon, but maybe not so dumb and asking for the below:

    Get: Saquon
    Give: Mixon and Amari Cooper

    My team is (No ppr):
    qb – Watson
    rb – Jacobs / Mixon
    WR – Cooper / Woods / Watkins
    TE – Weller
    FLEX – Ingram
    K – Koo
    DEF – Stream

    Bench:
    WR – Cooks / Slayton / Justin Jeffords
    RB – Michel / Pollard

    Do you recomend the trade?

    thanks,
    Chris

    • Chris says:
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      12 team league

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Hey Chris,

      Yes, I’d want Saquon and not that close for me.

      No problem.

  2. Crime dog says:
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    In a 14 team 2 flex league would you drop kerryon for anyone on wires? Guys out there include gage, Logan Thomas, Corey Davis, MVS, scottie miller.

    Are we chalking Christian Kirk’s week 1 up to it being week 1 and continuing to expect better down the road?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Corey Davis looked pretty darn good last night, I’d swap Kerryon for him.

      Kirk is definitely concerning that Kyler didn’t even look his way. Expecting better but there’s always a chance he’s a flat out bust this year.

      • Crime Dog says:
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        what % are you dropping on Davis?

        • Donkey Teeth

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          With 14 teams I think somewhere between 5-10% is reasonable. I’m an aggressive bidder though…

  3. Wide Right says:
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    I have Waller with Hooper as backup.. do I drop Hooper for Logan Thomas.. or is it a wasted waiver (we have a limit of 20 Over the season) and just hold onto Hooper and not worry about it until something happens to Waller or Hooper.
    Ppr 12 team league flex.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Wasted claim right now I’d say, 20 is a really tight limit. I’d have no issue losing Hooper if there’s a good RB on the wire (Snell, Hines or Kelly?) and then figuring out your bye week fill in later. Otherwise I think conserve those moves for when you really need them.

  4. Wide Right says:
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    PPR 12 team flex
    How would you prioritize these WR’s
    MIke Williams, MVS, C-Davis, Sammy Watkins?

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Williams, Davis, Watkins, MVS for me.

  5. Russowl says:
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    Russowl says:
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    10 team standard with 10 pts bonus @ 100 rushing or receiving . I’ve been with this league since 05 . Somebody dropped bell instead of putting on ir.I have #1 waiver . Who’s the drop here I’m thinking drop Colts D then put Bell on IR and add another D ?

    Qb -dak
    Wr-Julio
    Wr-obj
    Rb-chubb
    Rb-J Taylor
    Te- Hooper
    W/r -scary terry
    W/r/t -B.Scott
    Bn. D . Parker
    K. Johnson
    Mattison
    E. Sanders
    Goedert
    Swift
    Gibson
    Def-Colts
    K-Gould

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Yep, that sounds like a good plan to me, Russowl.

      • Russowl says:
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        Thanks Donkey Teeth

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          Anytime

  6. RICE says:
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    Hey DT!

    I’m 4th on the waiver list. Dropping Desean Jackson to pick up one of the below. Do you agree with the below order?

    10 team / H2H / 0.5PPR

    Snell
    Hines
    M. Brown
    J. Kelley
    A. Peterson

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Hey Rice! I have Kelley ahead of Brown, but that’s just personal preference.

      • RICE says:
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        I do have Ekeler, so I’ll bump Kelley up above Brown on that list. Thanks,

        Different league: 12 team / H2H / 0.5PPR / deep benches

        Would you trade Sony Michell for Preston Williams?

        Thanks!!!

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Yep, get Preston!

  7. LemonHeads says:
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    Hey Donkey Teeth,

    Would you trade Joshua Kelley and Scotty Miller for David Montgomery and AP?

    It’s a half point PPR league and I have Ekeler which makes me hesitant on the deal.

    What do you think?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I like the Montgomery side but it’s fair and I don’t blame you for wanting to hold as the Ekeler owner.

  8. William Hung says:
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    I scored a league low 77 points in – but I don’t think I can cut anyone even though I want to… well maybe I can cut Kerryon… someone needs to pay the price for this terrible W1 performance

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Yep, he’s droppable for any of Snell, Hines, Kelley or Brown…

      • William Hung says:
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        or my chinese takeout leftovers from last Tuesday

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          For sure, those are definitely still good!

      • William Hung says:
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        Wanted to know if your opinion has changed on anyone on my roster:
        .5 PPR 12 teamer –
        QB- Kyler Murray
        RB- Barkley, Dobbins
        WR- Godwin, Kupp
        TE- Hurst
        Flex- OBJ
        Bench:
        RB – James White, Tarik Cohen, Joshua Kelley
        WR – Sanders, Preston Williams

        I already dropped Kerryon and I have a waiver in for Hines but prob not gonna get him since I’m 11/12 in priority. So I’ll probably end up picking up whoever as a FA. Should I feel good playing Dobbins as my 2nd RB in W2, or stick with a high floor guy in James White?

        I can’t tell if my team scoring such a low 77 points was an outlier or a sign of things to come…

        • Donkey Teeth

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          No, opinion hasn’t really changed on any of them, but Hurst is on high alert. Let’s see how he looks this week.

          I haven’t looked at matchups yet, going to dive in this evening, but I’d prefer to run with Dobbins’ upside at RB2.

          • William Hung says:
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            Did you see the news on Michael Thomas? As a Emmanuel Sanders owner, is this a boost or should I be looking to pick up Tre’Quan Smith

            • The Harrow says:
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              both possibly, certainly the first one.

            • Donkey Teeth

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              Agree with the Harrow. Big boost for Manny, would also grab Trequan if you have space…

  9. uncle wighty says:
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    aikuk droppable for snell? ruggs, campbell and boyd are my other bench wrs

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Yes, definitely

  10. Aardvark says:
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    Snell or c Davis pickup?

    Drop shenault or Lazard?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Snell over Lazard for me

      • Aardvark says:
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        I’m an idiot and took dj Moore over Hopkins. Think Moore will be fine?

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Yeah I think he’ll be fine. He’s no Hopkins, but back end WR1 in PPR seems probable to me.

  11. Earl says:
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    Hey Donkey

    Would you trade Jonathan Taylor if you could get Josh Jacobs for him or even better get Jacobs and 2021 1st round.

    It is a 12 team dynasty PPR league.

    Thanks

    • Donkey Teeth

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      In dynasty I have Taylor a bit ahead of Jacobs. If you can get a 1st on top and you think there’s a decent chance that pick is in the top half of the 1st round then I’d be good pulling the trigger.

  12. Aardvark says:
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    Is snell worth the #1 claim in a 14 team league with the new Connor news?

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Yes, I think so.

  13. Andre says:
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    In a 12 team, Half-PPR league that allows anyone drafted after the third round to be kept for next year at the round you kept them, waiver wire guys for your last pick….two questions about this weeks waiver wire.

    1. I already have James Robinson on my bench, but Hines, Kelley, Brown, Snell are all available on the wire. Is Hines the better add and worth dropping Robinson? My other backs are Elliot/Carson/J. White/ and T. Pollard….. I could also potentially drop someone like J. Jeudy as he is my only other worst bench option.

    2. Dallas Goedert is available on waivers as well and my current TE is Hayden Hurst. Is Goedert worth adding over Hurst?

    Thanks!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      1. I’d lose White and Jeudy for two of Snell, Hines, Kelley and Brown…in that order.
      2. I’d hold Hurst for another week and see what he does but don’t blame you if you want to make the swap either.

      No problem!

  14. ElBoss says:
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    What side are you taking standard league, mahomes and helaire or mccaffrey and murray?

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Damn that’s a tough one! Very fair. I’ll take the CMC/Kyler side but it’s in coin flip territory…

      • ElBoss says:
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        I know! I saw Helaire on the goal line and it has me a bit worried, but their playoff schedule is amazing… And then Carolina seems to have more weapons this year and could spread the ball around more and murray is just isn’t as proven.

        • ElBoss says:
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          And what if Kansas city has such a good record that they don’t even care in week 16?

          • Donkey Teeth

            Donkey Teeth says:
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            Fair concern

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          I think CMC will get his no matter what and I’m about as high on Murray as anyone you’ll find…

  15. Boomer says:
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    DT, thanks for the contributions.
    Waiver wire advice needed. FAB league ($100). 10-team ppr dynasty

    Anticipated wk 2 starting lineup
    QB’s = Jackson, Ryan
    RB’s = Aaron Jones, White
    WR’s = Thomas, Woods, Godwin
    TE = Fant
    Flex = McLaurin, Dobbins

    Bench = Cam, Tyrod, Michel, Tate, LeVeon, Jared Cook, Kirk

    Targeting Hines, Brown, Davis, Goedert this week in that order (if you disagree w/ this order let me know). Who would you target for cuts? My thoughts are Michel, Kirk, Tate, Cook/Fant in that order. Other players available (in case you don’t see it the same) are Gage, Scantling, Hock, Barber, AP, Campbell, McKinnon, Mike Williams, Miller.

    It would be a coup and take a ton of my FAB to get all 4 players so I don’t anticipate that to happen. Just in case, I’m estimating it would be worth losing Michel & Kirk to get any of these 4. I’m not so confident giving up on Tate over Davis & Goedert. Also, I’m more inclined to avoid having 3 TE’s on my roster, so which TE (Cook/Fant) would you trade off to get Goedert (if you see him as being an improvement)?

    Note that relative to stashing QB’s, Fitzpatrick is the only available starting QB on waivers. Every QB including every rookie QB of note is owned in this league. There is a perceived value to holding onto Tyrod which is why he doesn’t make this list for me which may or may not ever come to be realized and has in past seasons more often than not.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      No problem, Boomer.

      I agree that Hines and Brown are easily the top two adds. I think you should be very aggressive, especially for Hines, considering you RB situation right now. Also agree with losing Michel and Kirk if needed but I’d want Hock over both Goedert and Cook. Goedert ahead of Cook for me still though.

      Good luck!

  16. Grey

    Grey says:
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    Ever wonder why Meat Loaf isn’t named Beef Loaf? Or simply Beefcake?

    • JC says:
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      All the time! Good that I am not alone in that.

    • The Harrow says:
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      maybe the type of meat in the loaf wasn’t cow meat? wink wink. or maybe he likes all types of meat loaves (“my least favorite of all loaves”)

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Worst part of the shortened baseball season is that we didn’t get to see Meat Loaf play softball

  17. JC says:
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    12 teamer, standard scoring. We play 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2-WRs, 1- Flex, 1-TE.

    My beautiful 1-0 squad!

    Dak
    Cook, Taylor
    Julio, Golladey
    Montgomery
    Higsbee

    Bench: Cohen, Mattison,
    Slayton, AJ, Lazard
    Gesicki

    1. Would you trade Cohen and Higsbee for Akers and Engram?

    2. Please rank these waiver wire folks:
    Snell, Hines, Brown, Kelley

    3. Would you drop one of my bench WRs for any of the RBs listed above? If so, who goes?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Nice!
      1. Yes
      2. Snell, Hines, Kelley, Brown for me
      3. I’d lose Lazard and Gesicki for two of those RBs

  18. The Harrow says:
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    from before gage over perriman, but what about these possibly over perriman? PPR. 14 teamer, have this and somehow got the worst score week 1.
    QB (1) wentz, tannehill
    RB: (2): mixon, gurley, mont, KJ, mattison
    WR (3): aj brown, parker, mclaurin, landry, perriman
    TE (1): engram, hooper (now that i look at how many guys performed under projections it’s believable)

    got some guy tried to trade me a 7th rounder + t.rapp (lost his job to a rookie at LAR) for KJ and a 10th. i told him i’d do that trade right away as we both can improve at RB off WW’ers but that nasty 2 day pending trade time on trades makes that not work as i’d just be dropping rapp anyway as i already have my 2 DB’s (peppers/collins) and am also dropping rapp in 16 teamers that start 2 DB’s. so he’ll get KJ off of FA if he wants him.

    1. which and order of these over perriman?: c.davis, dola, sims (it’s possible perriman is a hold over some of those)

    2. KJ dropped for which order of these: kelley, mckinnon, gaskin, barber (probably NOT barber i’d think, he’s in similar situation as KJ but he’s far worse and will certainly lose playing time eventually)

    • Donkey Teeth

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      1. Corey Davis, Perriman, Sims
      2. Kelley, McKinnon, KJ, Gaskin

      • The Harrow says:
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        here we go, this’ll probably be the 3rd year in a row i’ll have c.davis as hopefully my worst WR. (assuming i win the FAAB). i guess that works for sure in case aj brown gets hurt (but till the 4th QT yesterday c.davis was being thrown at far more anyway for some silly ass reason). and WOW, j.smith doesn’t look like a TE at ALL, DOES look like an above average speed WR though. as did akins

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Yes very athletic. BDon hates Jonnu with a passion, so stubborn!

          • The Harrow says:
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            should get a bet down with him that:
            1. both akins and jonnu have better seasons than gronk (i’m guessing he has gronk higher), this one i think he’d be laying ME odds. akins played the 7th most snap % (81.4%)
            2. at least one of akins/jonnu has a better season than gronk (this one would be a 50/50 or i might have to lay slight odds).

  19. Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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    if in a 12’er you own BOTH of howard and bell (IR able already, thank god, so i don’t have to drop anybody here), you putting gaskin or j.adams higher for adding? with this so howard will probably have to start this week (super flex PPR)
    QB: wentz, newton, bridge
    RB (2): (won last week with great score, but this week’ll be harder): AAron, howard, duke, scott (obv he starts if sanders out again), dillon, gio B
    WR (3): green, adams, thielen, p-will, sims, j-wash (can get MVS over him)
    TE (1): kelce, goedert
    2 regular flexes too (goedert goes here till proven wrong)

    in theory i could also drop dillon and get both of j.adams and gaskin possibly, later drop j.adams when bell is back. but if dillon ends up having usage and later AAron gets hurt that probably ain’t smart.

    • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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      oh yeah:
      IR (3): bell

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        perine out there too here, could go weird and him + j.adams while dropping dillon, probably best to NOT have 3 NYJ RB’s though.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Sorry didn’t get back to you sooner. I woulda gone Gaskins just cuz the other option is Jets…

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        yep, that’s good, as i got gaskin over j.adams and/or gore and/or perine.

        • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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          what about any of these over j-wash (somebody won MVS for 20/100, which is high, i got gaskin for 4 but it could’ve been 1, TEN D for 1): olabisi, cephus, snead?

  20. hamtime says:
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    Drop Kirk and/or Aiyuk for :

    Philip Lindsay
    tre’quan smith
    Duke Johnson

    • The Harrow says:
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      probably has to do with team build (i.e. do you need RB’s more than WR’s). in a vacuum (assuming lindsay healthy, which he isn’t) it’s probably lindsay over either WR here, but both kirk/aiyuk will get more usage than seen in week 1.

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