Well, I guess someone forgot to remind us that Jamaal Charles bi-annual end-of-season injury was due. Looking to go up 24-3 in the third quarter against the Bears, the Chiefs drove into the red zone, and on a seemingly normal (and patented Andy Reid run-up-the-middle with one of the best outside-the-number runners in football) play, Charles twisted his knee moving left to right (as shown above). And that’s the moment the Chiefs season ended. Based off of initial tests, it appears that Charles has suffered a torn RCL in his right knee. And if that wasn’t enough, the Bears were able to mount a comeback and win the game 18-17. If I didn’t know any better, I would say this was probably the Chiefs at their most Chiefiest moment. While many would look to Knile Davis to try and fill in for what was essentially 90% of Kansas City’s offense, Charcandrick (his stripper name, I’m sure) West will look to be Alex Smith’s new check-down artist. Yes, starting 1-4 is pretty bad. And losing your star player who handles the bulk of your offense is devastating. But hey, it could be worse… you could be the Detroit Lions

Here’s what else I saw this past Sunday in Week 5:

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Odell Beckham Jr. – 7 REC, 121 YDS, 1 TD. The Niners have heard of Beckham, right? They know he’s a receiver for the Giants? I mean, I just thought I’d ask after watching last night’s game…

Anquan Boldin – 8 REC, 107 YDS, 1 TD. I can’t tell if Colin Kaepernick (23/35, 262 YDS, 2 TD and 3 CAR, 23 YDS) is really good at throwing to Boldin specifically, or if Boldin has some kind of new magnet technology inside of his gloves.

Sam Bradford – 32/45, 333 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT and 1 CAR, 3 YDS. SAM BRADFORD EVERYBODY, OH MY GOD! To allow Bradford to throw for 300 yards, Rob Ryan probably shouldn’t be a D-coordinator at this point in his career. Unless that “D” stands for dinner.

Tom Brady – 20/27, 275 YDS, 2 TD and 2 CAR, 3 YDS, 1 TD. The performance was especially impressive after getting handily dealt with by the Dallas defensive line almost the entire game. Greg Hardy, in his return, had five QB hits and 2 sacks, throwing Brady around like there was a couch covered in guns present.

Drew Brees – 26/43, 335 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT and 1 CAR, -1 YDS, 2 FUM. There’s obviously something wrong here. Could it be age? Probably. What about his shoulder injury? Yeah, I’m sure that has a lot to do with it. How about the lack of basketball players? That’s most definitely it.

Jamaal Charles – 12 CAR, 58 YDS and 1 REC, 26 YDS. As mentioned in the lede, it looks as though Charles has torn his ACL. There will be a MRI taken later today, but I’m not holding out too much hope. Charcandrick West (7 CAR, 31 YDS and 1 REC, 5 YDS) is a must add in all leagues and formats.

Kirk Cousins – 21/32, 219 YDS, 1 TD, 2 INT and 1 CAR, 1 YDS. In other news, Kirk Cousins still kind of blows. Kirk Cousins: As bad as everyone thought.

Larry Donnell – 6 REC, 35 YDS, 1 TD. Larry Donnell of all people…

Julian Edelman – 4 REC, 120 YDS, 1 TD. ProTip: You just might want to cover Edelman.

Tyler Eifert – 8 REC, 90 YDS, 2 TD. The Seahawks got Eifert’d on. Did you expect any other joke? This is simply a destination with only one route people.

Michael Floyd – 1 REC, 15 YDS. Hmm, a 42 point blowout where John Brown (4 REC, 73 YDS, 1 TD), Larry Fitzgerald (5 REC, 58 YDS, 1 TD), Andre Ellington (3 CAR, 63 YDS, 1 TD) and even Darren Fells (2 REC, 25 YDS, 1 TD) are a part of it. DARREN FELLS! And Michael Floyd?… I hope he steps on a lego in the middle of the night.

Nick Foles – 11/30, 141 YDS, 1 TD, 4 INT and 1 CAR, 2 YDS. Nick Foles versus Sam Bradford has been an epic race to the bottom up to yesterday’s point. Advantage Foles for now…

Devonta Freeman – 27 CAR, 153 YDS, 1 TD. Devonta Freeman is what Demarco Murray hopes to be when he grows up. I had mentioned that in previous post’s that this was going to be a telling game for Freeman, as his first two games of the season (where he ran for a total of 43 yards), were against two tough run defenses. Washington was the fifth best run defense in the league before yesterday and Freeman went HAM on it. I simply can no longer deny that he’s now a RB1, and I have no idea how it happened.

Todd Gurley – 30 CAR, 159 YDS. 150+ yards rushing, and they ended up with just 10 points. When did Todd Haley start coaching the Rams?

Ronnie Hillman – 7 CAR, 21 YDS and 1 REC, 5 YDS. C.J. Anderson (11 CAR, 22 YDS and 2 REC, 18 YDS) didn’t fare much better. Wasn’t having a running game the whole selling point on Gary Kubiak?

Josh Huff – 4 REC, 78 YDS, 1 TD. I have no idea who Josh Huff is or how he did this. Only explanation? The Saints have fully made their transition back to the Aints.

I’m just going to go ahead and lump them all together, because Washington’s run game is about as lost as Denver’s. Matt Jones (11 CAR, 20 YDS and 1 REC, 17 YDS), Alfred Morris (8 CAR, 15 YDS), and Chris Thompson (3 CAR, 15 YDS and 6 REC, 33 YDS) are all siphoning fantasy value from each other. It’s clear what their roles are (Jones is the change-of-pace back, Morris is the ground ’em and pound ’em runner, and Thompson is the pass-catcher) but they all suck at it right now. Washington had the most average rushing yards per game, but the ground attack has been nonexistent the past two weeks, and with the Jets coming up… if you own any of them, well, people have turned into evil super villains over less…

Chris Johnson – 11 CAR, 103 YDS. “…..” – Jim Caldwell.

Eli Manning – 41/54, 441 YDS, 3 TD, 1 INT and 1 CAR, 11 YDS. I had mentioned in last nights live thread that the SNF match-up was definitely flex-able, but I forgot that sometimes something amazing can happen when a sh*t team and an average one that plays down to the competition meet for three hours. I’ll let you guys decide which one is which, but Manning certainly looked like vintage Manning. The other Manning. From five years ago.

Peyton Manning – 22/35, 266 YDS, 2 INT. I was wondering what the Broncos would be like without Manning and now I know. Honestly, it feels weird that Manning continues to show that he’s a huge liability for this team. Usually he’s just a huge forehead.

Ryan Mathews – 8 CAR, 73 YDS, 1 TD and 3 REC, 23 YDS. Playing DeMarco Murray? Or maybe you’re playing Darren Sproles (5 CAR, 27 YDS and 1 REC, 10 YDS)? Touchdown Matthews!

Josh McCown – 36/51, 457 YDS, 2 TD and 3 CAR, 12 YDS, 1 TD. It’s sad, because on a football team of only McCowns, Luke McCown would still be the backup quarterback…

DeMarco Murray – 20 CAR, 83 YDS, 1 TD and 7 REC, 37 YDS. DeMarco did a thing! He basically octupled his season totals in one game… that’s got to count for something, as sad as it is.

Latavius Murray – 13 CAR, 39 YDS and 3 REC, 18 YDS. I could have told you this has been a five year average for all of Oakland’d running backs and it’d be believable.

Allen Robinson – 5 REC, 116 YDS, 1 TD. Buccaneers Antibiotics: Mandatory. Buccaneers Defense: Optional.

Tyrod Taylor – 10/17, 109 YDS, 1 TD and 8 CAR, 76 YDS, 1 TD. The Bills went back to their league-confusing no-point offense of past seasons. But it’s nothing new for Rex Ryan. His strategy with offense is that it is something that must be stopped. Unfortunately, that also applies to his own offense.

Thomas Rawls – 23 CAR, 169 YDS, 1 TD. Wasn’t it supposed to be Christine Michael (1 CAR, 6 YDS) doing this right now? He’s a clear RB2 until Marshawn Lynch eats enough Skittles to recover from a pulled hamstring.

Matt Ryan – 24/42, 254 YDS, 2 INT and 3 CAR, 20 YDS, 1 FUM. Matty Ice? More like Shatty Ice, amirght?

Bishop Sankey – 7 CAR, 20 YDS and 3 REC, 23 YDS. I refuse to believe that Sankey is a good back and he seems to be agreeing with me.

Willie Snead – 6 REC, 141 YDS. I’m pretty sure he was named after a DC comic book villain. Going into the season, you’d think Brandon Coleman would emerge, but if you look at the snap counts of their last four games before yesterday, Coleman’s goes like: 58-41-33-19, while Snead’s goes like: 18-39-43-48. Seems pretty obvious who’s the WR2 on this team going forward.

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Matthew Stafford – 20/32, 188 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT and 1 CAR, 2 YDS. At least Detroit can only TIE being the worst team in franchise history this season. On a plus note, I’ve noticed that Stafford has become a lot better tackler over his career. Guess all that in-game practice really pays off. Regardless, Stafford was benched for Dan Orlovsky, but I wouldn’t read too much into it. They were down by 28 with 20 minutes to go and looked pretty banged up.

Shane Vereen – 5 CAR, 24 YDS and 8 REC, 86 YDS, 1 TD. There aren’t more than four San Francisco defenders who had ever heard of Shane Vereen, that’s what I got from last night’s game.

Brandon Weeden – 26/39, 188 YDS, 1 INT and 3 CAR, 18 YDS. Brandon Weeden always has a look on his face like he just wandered out of the woods after having been lost for six days. I mean, at this point, you have to start Matt Cassel, right? Sure, you’re essentially trying to go from the Titanic to the Hindenburg… but still. All I know is, if I were Tony Romo, I’d be asking for a raise.

Roddy White – 2 REC, 23 YDS. Well, at least we got a Roddy sighting with two catches. It’s only been three weeks since we last heard of you.

Marquess Wilson – 6 REC, 85 YDS, 1 TD. For about ten minutes a couple years ago, the Bears had one of the best receiving corps in the league. Now, POOF, all gone. Maybe getting rid of Brandon Marshall and Brandon Marshall for nothing might’ve been a bad move? And don’t forget Brandon Marshall

Russell Wilson – 15/23, 213 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT and 3 CAR, 21 YDS. Where’s your God now Russell?

Kendall Wright – 3 REC, 29 YDS and 1 CAR, 1 YDS. Isn’t Wright their number one receiver? THIS WHY I DON’T WATCH YOU TITANS!

 

Final Thought

It's gonna be a long year for these Cowboys...

It’s gonna be a long year for these Cowboys

 

 

  1. Dom B says:
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    Which TE to play next week with Jason Witten on bye Jacob Tamme, Richard Rodgers, Coby Fleener, Jordan Cameron, Vernon Davis, Heath Miller, Jordan Reed(injured), Owen Daniels, Crockett Gilmore, or Eric Ebron

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Dom B: Probably leaning Fleener at the moment. Tamme could be interesting.

      • CMUTimmah says:
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        @Jay: If Reed clears the cob webbs… it’s got to be Reed, right?

        If not, it’s got to be Tamme… Ebron is on the shelf for a few more weeks

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @CMUTimmah: Yeah, but Reed’s healthy always seems in perpetual question.

  2. Alex says:
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    Hey Jay, Great recap. I’m one of the unlucky ones with Charles on my team….should I pick up Sims, West, Vereen or DukeJohnson going forward? They are currently available. My roster has Charles, Yeldon, Woodhead and Hillman. Thoughts and changes for the rest of the season? Many thanks!

    • mikevickwho? says:
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      @Alex: what size is your league? i would try and find a way to pick up sims, vereen and duke johnson if i could. they were all drafted in my 12 team league.

      id lead duke johnson here? intereasted to here what everyone else thinks

      • Alex says:
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        @mikevickwho?:
        Thx for the reply MVW. I am new to FF this year so forgive my questions! It is 16 players which includes 6 On the Bench. Ok, I will try to get these suggested players off the wire. Thx for the advice! Much appreciated.

        • Alex says:
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          @Alex:
          Another question, I have Miami as my DEF, you think I should hold tight and see what happens a Week 6 or drop? Teams such as Baltimore, NYJets, are available. Thx again.

          • Jay

            Jay says:
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            @Alex: I think you can hold. Though, the Jets vs. Washington seems interesting.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Alex: Yeah, Mike is right, all of these guys are ownable in a league that deep, depending on who you have to drop.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Alex: Thanks! I’d probably go Vereen, but Yeldon and Woodhead out there, even in a standard league is okay. Not ideal, but okay.

  3. Jerry says:
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    Jay, would you trade Mike Evans for James Jones?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jerry: Eh, I think that’s lateral. I’d hold.

  4. mikevickwho? says:
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    fantasy football is crazy.. all week we speculate then ‘boom’ rankings change by the drop of a hat come sunday (see: chacandrick west, willie snead, jamal charles, doug martin, etc)

    those said, what side of the following trades would you be interested in. This league lets you keep 3 players for no more than 3 years:

    1) $30 alshon jeffery for $4 doug martin
    2) $5 sammy watkins and $5 martavis bryant for $56 aj green
    3) $12 brandon marshall and $10 willie snead for $60 demaryius thomas
    4) $55 dez bryant and Martellus bennet for $67 Gronk
    5) $30 alshon jeffery and martellus bennet for $67 Gronk
    6) $3 james jones and $10 willie snead for $16 todd gurley

    i could go on but dont want to drive you guys crazy. team is 2-3 and looking to make a push up and over to make the playoffs.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @mikevickwho?: Yup, such is the nature of the beast.

      No on 1,2,3,4,5. I love 6 though.

      1 is interesting, but I’d rather have Alshon long term, as the 30 tag seems very manageable based on the numbers you provided.

      • mikepickwho? says:
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        @Jay: wow thanks for answering all of those, i was deft leaning the other way a couple times there.. thanks for the input though. alshons injury is getting so frustrating hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel..

        you like ditching jones and snead for gurley though? jones looks legit but he is ancient.

  5. mikevickwho? says:
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    as a forsett owner, how much of $143 would you spend on buck allen pending forsetts ankle status? i can get by without him next week but if he’s done for the year or something strange then id be SOL

    also, same q. out of $143 how much on chacandrick west? dont necessarily NEED a rb, but in a 12 team league starting RB’s have such an inflated value.. thanks

    cheers.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @mikevickwho?: Wait until waiver time, he’s getting tests done later today. I actually watched the play live, and it looked like an ankle sprain. I’m no doctor though, so wait until today’s injury report. I think you should go after West though. No idea what the economics are in your league, but 30-40 sounds reasonable.

  6. Clyde Prompto says:
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    Hey now, I’m no Michael Floyd fan, but wishing the Lego landmine on him is a bridge too far. I thought Charcandrick was a Pokémon. Seems like cheating to roster one on an NFL team.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Clyde Prompto: I hope he spills some beer on himself!

      • Clyde Prompto says:
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        @Jay: Haha. Is it a good thing that Fisher is cool with giving The Todd 30 carries already, or should I worry that he’s going to be run down late in the year?

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Clyde Prompto: I wouldn’t, he’s young and already missed some of the season.

  7. Steve Stevenson says:
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    0.5 ppr ROS, Cameron or Orange Julius?

  8. iamapolitician says:
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    whats the take on Eddie Lacy? dont own him but is this a buy low or stay away moment? looks like GB had no issues going straight comittee yesterday..

    trade to run by you. i’m 4-1 in my keeper league and am targeting a team thats 0-5, they’ll have to sell for keepers soon as our trade deadline is october 27th. they have the following expensive players:

    aj green ($48)
    Lesean McCoy ($54)
    Jimmy Graham ($33)

    any of these guys worth pursuing heavily? in my league cheap ‘potential’ players can bring a haul to a team in last. cordarrelle patterson was once traded for a lesean mccoy type player ha ha..

    is a $9 sammy watkins too low to target Lesean mccoy? i also have a $6 james jones or a $13 donte moncrief to offer up.

    i dont think i want anything to do with jimmy graham at the moment though..

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @iamapolitician: I think it’s fine. Starks always flirts with being a threat but then people remember he’s James Starks. I’d go Green. I’d offer any one of those guys and see where the conversation goes.

  9. William Hung says:
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    I have Jonathan Stewart – do I cut him for C. West? I am sooooo tempted knowing West could potentially score more than 5 FP per week while Stewart gives me 5 FP per week no more / no less…

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @William Hung: I think it’s okay, but I’m giving the slight edgo to JStew still.

      • William Hung says:
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        @Jay: Is J-Stew a start against the Seahawks?

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @William Hung: Depends on the rest of your team.

  10. Waterboy says:
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    Howdy Jay, it’s been off to a bumpy season starting at 0-5! Yikes

    I’ll have the top waiver pick who to go for?

    Chacanderick west, Vereen?

    – other players available : Tavon Austin, jaelen strong, marquise Wilson, Josh huff, Jamison crowder, Jermaine kearse, Marvin jones , devante Parker, marcell Reece, zach zenner,

    My team:

    QB’s Palmer & I have luck on the bench.

    RB’s: hill, gore, Doug Martin, Lamar miller, Matt jones, Darren McFadden

    WR’s: demaryius Thomas, alshon, john brown, hankerson, Terrence Williams , Brandin cooks & Andre Johnson

    TE: gates & also have Owen Daniels, but I’m dropping Daniels

    Defense: Giants D, they were solid last night they get Sam Bradford & Eagles next week but it’s on the road in philly

    Kicker is josh brown

    Based on my team what are some waiver moves you’d make?

    If you don’t feel confident in giants D next week Eagles D are also available

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Waterboy: Keep hope alive! Still have a good two months to get yourself out of that hole. Go for West.

      • Waterboy says:
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        @Jay:

        Exactly! I don’t think my team is horrible just bad luck been losing by less than 10 points which is annoying , currently down 110-104 I have gates he has Antonio brown & woodhead

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Waterboy: If Gates has a monster game…

        • Waterboy says:
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          @Waterboy:

          With me targeting west is Owen Daniels the drop since I have gates? My luck I started Daniels at flex & every TE who played raiders this season has had monster / good games , Daniels / Virgil green broke that streak of starting TE’s vs raiders D they both had 0 rec for 0 yards 0 TD

          Thoughts on giants D on the road for week 6 in philly? Like them or Philly D?

          Last Q, hold onto dougie fresh Martin or sell high? Thinking either Brandon Marshall, James jones or Emmanuel sanders.

          Next keep or look to deal hill for let’s say Hyde, Marshawn lynch , Melvin Gordon , or Demarco Murray?

          • Jay

            Jay says:
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            @Waterboy: Yeah, Daniels is droppable. Giants defense there. Sell high if you can, but holding isn’t the worst thing.

  11. IV says:
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    Own both DT and Calvin in a .5 PPR 12 team redraft league and looking to sell at least one.

    Which one would you want to get rid of (if either) and what should I expect back for them?

    My team for reference:
    QB: Palmer
    WR: Megatron, DT, A Rob
    RB: Woodhead, Ivory
    TE: Clay
    Flex: James Jones
    BN: Matt Jones, Marvin Jones, Hankerson, Stewart, Chris Thompson

    • Jay

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      @IV: I’d sell Thomas. I’d expect a RB2, TE1, etc. Honestly, I might hold there, their stock is pretty low from their situations. Wait until a big game, and then pounce on a RB1.

  12. WillisReid says:
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    Bortles has probably never done anything to deserve mention in the recap and he may never again, but he was awesome this week as a streamer.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @WillisReid: Bortles bringing bombastic balls! Whenever I write about him, I only do it with alliteration.

  13. Clos says:
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    Hey Jay.. Drop Alfred Morris for chacandrick west? Mike Evans for Snead or hurns?
    Sick of Morris and Evans is killing me with Dez down and Antonio Brown without big Ben.. Need a WR to produce

    • FrankGrimes says:
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      @Clos:
      don’t drop Evans dopey!
      drop someone else for Snead or west.
      Morris is pretty fucking meh so whatever.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Clos: Hold on Evans. The Morris thing might actually pay off. Sad to say.

  14. G-man says:
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    Would you trade Eddie Lacy for Dez Bryant? I need a WR 1 and I already have Peterson, Foster, and Ivory! Lacy is kind of worrying me and I feel like Dez will be fine once he comes back!

    • CMUTimmah says:
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      @G-man: Man, I feel like you could trade Lacy for a healthy WR2 and you’d be better off… remember, you have to make the playoffs for Bryant to pay off…

    • FrankGrimes says:
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      @G-man:
      No!
      package Foster or ivory with a decent WR2
      to go after a Stud wR1

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @G-man: Yeah, I like what Timmah and Franky had to say about this.

  15. Clem says:
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    hello Jay,

    I’m not a Jamaal Charles owner, but should I use my #1 waiver on Charcandrick and see if I can grab Kniles as well? Is Charizard worth it?

    • FrankGrimes says:
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      @Clem:
      for sure
      these are the reasons you’d possibly
      be saving it for

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Clem: Totally, go get West. Don’t worry about Kniles.

  16. I am not doing well in my first auction league. West is out there, and I am in DESPERATE need of a RB. Football is not my main thing, and I have been routinely getting beat on the few waivers I bid on. I have all $150 left in my funds, with everyone else having spent something. Generally peop have 60-120 bucks left.

    How much is too much to bid for west. I really think I need this pickup.

    Thanks!

  17. P says:
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    Can I drop Sankey yet? Specifically for West on the waiver wire? Knile is already owned and Sankey has been on my bench anyway. 14-team ppr. Thanks as always!

    • FrankGrimes says:
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      @P:
      Do it!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @P: Yeah, totally. Go get West.

  18. Jerry says:
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    Jay, Go Rawls or West as top waiver priority this week? Thanks!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jerry: I’d say slightly West because Lynch will return at some point.

  19. scott steelers says:
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    In FAAB how much would you spend for West if you needed a RB pretty bad? Started with 100 dollars

      • scott steelers says:
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        @Jay: bradford, roethlisberger. L Miller, Yeldon, Ivory, Matt Jones. B Marshall, J Brown, Allen Hurns, Willie Snead, DGB. I was thinking of blowing the rest of my faab which is 45 to ensure I get him. I can still snag free agents. Just no waivers. Which I think id be ok. Would you do it or nah?

          • scott steelers says:
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            @Jay: without going for West I’d be ok?

  20. Wacha wacha says:
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    Hey Jay! Who do you like as top 5 waiver priorities for me for this week? I’m last on the waiver order but I will see who falls through. 10 team standard

    C Sims, R Matthews, A Andrews, T Riddick, Charcandrick
    A Johnson, A Hurns, W Sneed, P Harvin, T Montgomery, M Jones, G Barnidge

    My team

    M Ryan
    Fitzpatrick
    Forte
    Hyde
    A Robinson
    J Landry
    Gronk
    Broncos D
    R Gould

    Bn: Bridgewater, Abdullah, K Williams, cj Anderson, A Cooper, moncrief, G tate,

    Dropping C Clay

    Thanks!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Wacha wacha: West, Hurns, and Snead. I’d skip West, he’d be gone, go ahead and go for Andrews as well.

  21. Teddy Heater says:
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    Jay,
    1. Totally laughable question, but Inman or Heyward-Bay for tonight? Floyd is questionable and I can’t find any updates as to if he’s going to suit up after the concussion. Pit gives up a lot more to the 2nd & 3rd WR than SD, but Inman just got a few looks last week. Heyward-Bay looks like he’s still in line for 3-5 looks as Bryant is out for another week, so I’m flip flopping. You feeling either onemore than the other?

    2. On another note I wrote a few DK articles on the baseball side and I carried over some number crunching. I put a sweet spreadsheet together that might be helpful for you and I’m updating it weekly so it’ll be good to go every Tuesday. Email me at [email protected] and I’ll shoot it over if you’re interested.

      • Teddy Heater says:
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        @Jay: no, this is something I started for FB

  22. Tom says:
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    Jay would you drop melvin gordon to pick up west? Standard, my other running backs are:

    foster
    stewart
    blount
    duke

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Tom: No, I would drop Duke for him.

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