Falcons are a protected species in the United States, but over in India they actually have an annual two-week falcon hunt where thousands upon thousands of falcons are massacred each year. It was on a pilgrimage to the Taj Mahal that Will Fuller developed a taste, or rather an addiction, to these beautiful birds of prey. So when the Falcons glided into Houston on Sunday, they never stood a chance against the bloodthirsty Fuller as he went off for 217 yards on 14 catches with his first 3 touchdowns of the season. The Texans wide receiver will now go into hiding for several weeks as the authorities attempt to track him down in the wake of his foul treatment of the fowl. Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy football:

Deshaun Watson – 28/33 for 426 yards, 4 rushes for 47 yards and 5 touchdowns—11 TDs on the season now. Watson assisted Fuller in his crimes against the endangered species.

Carlos Hyde – 21 carries for 60 yards and his 2nd touchdown. Carlos has been playing Hyde the chorizo with Duke Johnson (9 carries for 59 yards and 1 catch for 8 yards) and I’m thinking it’s only a matter of time before Johnson finds himself a bigger helping.

Darren Fells – 2 catches for 20 yards and his 2nd and 3rd touchdowns. We need to start building glossary terms for fantasy football. Looking for suggestions for a tight end who catches multiple touchdowns in a week, but you still have no interest in picking them up.

Devonta Freeman – 11 carries for 30 yards, 5 catches for 40 yards and his 1st touchdown. If you’re a Devonta owner, take this opportunity to shop him around. See if you can package him with a spare piece for a back-end RB1. But don’t give him away for free, man.

Calvin Ridley – 5 catches for 88 yards and his 3rd touchdown. I’m not sure if that noise was a buy-low window slamming shut or a donkey trap. People don’t realize donkey poaching is a big problem these days.

Christian McCaffrey – 19 carries for 176 yards, 6 catches for 61 yards and his 5th, 6th and 7th touchdowns. CMC made a great case for the lede, but Jaguar massacres are even sadder than falcon massacres so he missed out. Pigskinonator had McCaffrey pegged as it’s top fantasy running back for week 5. Nailed it. That’s one hot robot!

Reggie Bonnafon – 5 carries for 80 yards. Look no further if you wanna handcuff McCaffrey. I mean, if you’re into that kinda kinky stuff. 

Leonard Fournette – 23 carries for 108 yards, 4 catches for 29 yards and his 1st touchdown. The Leo buy-low window was closed last week and sealed with plastic this week. If there’s one running back you want to handcuff, it’s Fournette—Ryquell Armstead (1 carry for -1 yard and 1 catch for 7 yards) is your huckleberry.

D.J. Chark – 8 catches for 168 yards and his 4th and 5th touchdowns. Chark attack! Charknado would have touchdowns in every game this year if it weren’t for a holding call last week. Uncle Rico loves Chark.

Sony Michel – 16 carries for 91 yards, 3 catches for 32 yards and his 3rd touchdown. Serious question, who will finish the season with more touchdowns: Sony Michel or Brandon Bolden (5 carries for 13 yards, 1 catch for 29 yards and his 2nd touchdown)?

Julian Edelman – 8 catches for 110 yards and his 2nd touchdown. Antonio Browns and Josh Gordons will come and go, but Edelman will always have a room in the Brady’s basement.

Tyler Boyd – 10 catches for 123 yards and his 1st touchdown. Another buy-low window closes as winter draws nearer. I’m banking on Boyd to heat my entire house this holiday season.

Auden Tate – 3 catches for 26 yards and his 1st touchdown. I went over the 7th round sophomore out of Florida State in my RazzBowl Revelations post this week. What’s The RazzBowl you ask? Check it out here and sign up for next year’s RazzBowl here

Kyler Murray – 20/32 for 253 yards, 10 carries for 93 yards and his 2nd rushing touchdown. Not bad for a running back, eh Lamar Jackson?

Chase Edmonds – 8 carries for 68 yards, 3 catches for 18 yards and his 1st touchdown. Kingsbury said he had big plans for Edmonds this year, then proceeded to give him the ball 14 times over the first four weeks. Liar! Maybe this is a sign of things to come. Either way, Edmonds will be a hot commodity if David Johnson (17 carries for 91 yards and 3 catches for 65 yards) goes down—knock on. . . Johnson.

Derrick Henry – 20 carries for 78 yards and his 5th touchdown. I never thought Henry would be a first round running back, but alas, here we are. RIP Dion Lewis (2 carries for 11 yards and 2 catches for 19 yards). 

Adam Thielen – 7 catches for 130 yards and his 4th and 5th touchdowns. I guess the squeaky wheel doesn’t always get the grease? Please advise, Stefon Diggs (3 catches for 44 yards).

Darius Slayton – 4 catches for 62 yards and his 1st career touchdown. We discussed the 5th round rookie on our podcast back in June. Daniel Jones (21/38 for 182 yards, 3 carries for 12 yards and a touchdown) has targeted him 12 times in his 3 starts, so that’s something.

Michael Thomas – 11 catches for 182 yards and his 2nd and 3rd touchdowns as he faced off against Chris Godwin (7 catches for 125 yards and his 5th and 6th touchdowns) in this one. There’s a decent chance these two are your #1 and #2 fantasy wide receivers at season’s end. They’re 17 Week Player Ranker’s #2 and #8 WRs respectively for the rest of the season.

Peyton Barber – 8 carries for 32 yards and his 3rd touchdown. The will they, won’t they between Barber and Ronald Jones (9 carries for 35 yards, 2 catches for 21 yards) is becoming more of a nightmare than a visit to see Peyton Scissorhands Barber.

Josh Jacobs – 26 carries for 123 yards, 3 catches for 20 yards and his 3rd and 4th touchdowns. You guessed it: the Jacobs buy-low window has slid shut and is now boarded up after this beautiful game against a tough Bears D. Although, Da Bears seemed a bit jet lagged from their flight over to The Old Smoke.

Jared Cook – 4 catches for 41 yards and his 1st touchdown. Oh, hey Jared Cook. Nice of you to show up to the season!

Allen Robinson – 7 catches for 97 yards and his 1st and 2nd touchdowns. Da Bears were in hibernation for the entire first half and Robinson was more or less the only Bear to be roused from the slumber.

David Montgomery – 11 carries for 25 yards, 1 catch for 11 yards and his 2nd touchdown. The Queen doesn’t appreciate the Full Monty, bring him home. 

Jordan Howard – 13 catches for 62 yards and his 5th touchdown. There’s a sell widow here but it won’t stay open forever as the electric rookie Miles Sanders (9 carries for 15 yards and 4 catches for 49 yards) lurks outside. I thought this was a safe neighborhood!

Mason Rudolph – 13/20 for 131 yards and a touchdown before being knocked out cold, literally. It was a scary scene as Rudolph was unconscious before he even hit the ground. It’s not funny—but it’s kinda funny—Rudolph was forced to walk off the field under his own power because the cart they brought out to take him away broke down. Can’t make this stuff up. Rudolph will miss a couple weeks and Devlin Hodges (7/9 for 68 yards and 2 carries for 20 yards) is the superflex add.

JuJu Smith-Schuster – 7 catches for 75 yards and his 2nd touchdown. Just when JJSS was starting to develop some chemistry with his new QB, Rudolph goes down like a Mike Tyson opponent minus the ear thing; Or would it be plus the ear thing? Either way, this might not be JuJu’s year.

Marquise Brown – 3 catches for 22 yards and his 3rd touchdown. AB’s cousin needs to bring a little more drama to his game if he’s going to live up to the family name.

Mark Ingram – 19 carries for 44 yards and his 6th touchdown as he was out-gained by the Raven’s other running back, Lamar Jackson (19/28 for 161 yards, 14 carries for 70 yards and a passing touchdown).

Phillip Lindsay – 15 carries for 114 yards, 4 catches for 33 yards and his 3rd touchdown. Lindsay seems to be pulling away from Royce Freeman (13 carries for 61 yards and 2 catches for 6 yards) as the lead back in Denver once again. Two Broncos, but only one stallion.

Courtland Sutton – 4 catches for 92 yards and his 3rd touchdown. All three of his touchdowns have come in the past two weeks. 70 of his 92 yards this week did come on his first quarter touchdown catch, but there’s a chance the second year wide out is maturing into a superstar before our eyes. 

Melvin Gordon – 12 carries for 31 yards and 4 catches for 7 yards in his return from the holdout. Maybe Melly should’ve taken a few more weeks off? I’d sell Gordon right now if a league-mate is willing to give a top 20ish player for him. Not sure how this holdout will affect him, and Austin Ekeler (3 carries for 7 yards and 15 catches for 86 yards) has more than earned a consistent role. 

Mike Williams – 6 catches for 74 yards. Did you think I was done talking windows? Not so fast! Williams was targeted 13 times in this game and looks fully healthy, maybe for the first time this season. The owner in your league probably isn’t enamored with the 231 yards and zero touchdowns he’s put up so far. Poke your paw thru that buy-low window and see what you find.

Aaron Jones – 19 carries for 107 yards, 7 catches for 75 yards and his 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th touchdowns. There’s a new A-A-Ron in town, take a hike Rodgers! I’ll be honest, I started writing this before Jones’s monstrous game was complete which is why he wasn’t the lede. Sue me. I’m a donkey, you think I have money?

Ezekiel Elliott – 12 carries for 62 yards, 2 catches for 29 yards and his 4th touchdown. Can anyone explain why Zeke is always asking people to feed him? He just signed a 90 million dollar contract, can’t the guy afford to feed himself!

Amari Cooper – 11 catches for 226 yards and his 5th touchdown as Michael Gallup (7 catches for 113 yards and his 1st touchdown) returned from his two week absence taking a little coverage heat off Cooper. Amari is suddenly in the conversation for #1 overall fantasy wide receiver thru 5 weeks, and he looks like a steal at his 3rd round NFFC ADP.

Marlon Mack – 29 carries for 132 yards and 3 catches for 16 yards. There was talk of Mack missing this game but instead the Colts gave him the most touches he’s received all season by a wide margin. Things that make you go hmmmm. 

Patrick Mahomes – 22/39 for 321 yards, 3 carries for 17 yards and his 12th passing touchdown but his only touchdown in the past two weeks. There seems to be some sort of glitch in the matrix. Ahhhhhh why does everyone suddenly look like Sean McVay? Mahomes also has a sore ankle now too. Assemble prayer hexagon!

Byron Pringle – 6 catches for 103 yards and his 1st career touchdown. Pringle saw a total of two targets in the previous 4 games but who knows, this could be a case of once you pop you can’t stop. Make sure to grab him in deeper leagues.

 

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  1. Snacks Zillion says:
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    Thanks, love these recaps. And screw the Eagles D for dropping 45 pts on me.

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Thanks for reading, Snacks!

      I grabbed the Eagles D in my home league but I’m on team ban kickers and defense.

  2. Yellowsasquatch says:
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    Standard scoring.
    1 pt / 10 yds
    6 pt / TD

    Need 5.3 pts
    Who do I start?
    Breida
    Pettis
    Deebo

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d go with Breida

  3. Gio says:
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    2-3….half ppr

    ROS Gurley Or Mel
    Gordon ?

    Also… what to do with zeke would you sell for Evans and DJ or Carson? If so which RB.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Gurley vs Gordon is tough for me, I don’t trust either. Would prefer to deal either for a different RB1 but if that’s your choice I’d want Gurley.

      I’d ship Zeke for Evans and DJ, that’s a nice return.

      • Gio says:
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        I have Gordon…. Gurley owner looking to sell and figured he at least is the guy in their backfield. Gordon could be turned into a 2 down back with Ekeler receiving so well.

        • Gio says:
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          Would you sell d hop for Godwin +?

          • Donkey Teeth

            Donkey Teeth says:
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            Sure, but it depends what the plus is.

            I still have Hopkins ahead but it’s not a huge gap…

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Yea I’d make the swap but then might look to deal Gurley as well…

          • Gio says:
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            Would be a bit lateral
            But something like Godwin and Kerryon for Hopkins and Gordon.

            • Donkey Teeth

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              I like it

  4. Frank the tank says:
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    Hey man! Going to need more than good vibes on my side to pull this out, definitely need a Monday night miracle currently down 43 this is the breakdown

    I have OBJ, browns kicker, Joe schobert (IDP)

    Opponent has Landry

    I’m feeling defeated , however I’m hoping they feature/ feed OBJ & he has the kin of fantasy game like he did vs jets recently, then I’ll need kicker to be solid & schobert I’ll need double digit points. That being said I have bad luck & tonight will prob be Landry

    Doesn’t help Watkins 0 points killed me!!

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Good luck, Frank!

      We know OBJ has a 3 touchdown game in him….

  5. Member Berries says:
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    I started
    McCaffrey
    Aaron Jones
    Fournette
    Charm
    Fuller

    Pretty pretty pretty good

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Sounds like a wet dream

      • Member Berries says:
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        324pts… absurd

        played my roommate this week so I was talking shit about how it all starts with a good draft and good ownership. this was during the morning games, then I saw what Aaron Jones did and it was just absurd

        Razzball tools subscriber and used razzball projections to draft, so you know, pays to subscribe

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Well done!

  6. Mr. A Knife says:
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    12 team half PPR 2 QB dynasty

    QB (2): rodgers, mahomes, haskins, rosen
    RB (2): michel, d.harris, ekeler, ingram, hyde, kamara
    WR (3) thielen, gordon, edelman, watkins, k.allen, boyd
    TE(1) ertz
    2 flexes
    K: DAL kicker
    DEF: DAL
    IDP flexes (4): j.hicks, b.martinez, j.adams, d.jones (ATL)
    IR (2): mosley

    drop d.harris for a backup TE now or hold, he’s still inactive even when burkhead is out (far worse than how michel was used in his rookie year), options: herndon, everett, knox. this is daily FAAB 3 max moves per week so this could be done tonight (and usually people don’t think TO do FAAB’ing tonight, so the costs are usually lower, here if everett wasn’t taken after his thursday game he’s probably free or near it)
    – here i’m better off if i’m making a move in doing it tonight or tomorrow night if i wait longer mosley will get the dreaded “non out” tag and i’d have to drop 2 people to make any moves. also, another benefit here is that most owners do NOT input FAAB bids on sunday night (technically 3 AM monday) as they aren’t in mode of thinking of making moves for next week yet, also if they had any monday playing players in starting slots they’d not even be able to drop those players for a next week add since then they’d leave an open slot for this week. here d.harris is on bench anyway and NE already played if he’s the drop.
    your podcast mate had herndon here over everett

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Hmm tough call. Don’t love dumping Harris in dynasty but I guess that’s kind of a shallow bench.

      Thinking I want Everett over Herndon, he looked beastly on Thursday night and still no telling how long Darnold is out…

  7. juan says:
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    I am in trouble after this week. If i am bottom 3 in scoring end of week 6 my season is over. I need to make a major trade for depth. there were 18 teams now its 15.
    .5 PPR League.

    Maholmes
    Shepard
    Edelmen
    Gurley
    Burkhead
    OJ Howard
    J. Landry

    Bench
    G. Tate
    Penny
    Hardman

    Trade Maholmes 4 Matt Ryan and Connor or Matt Ryan Mixon or Matt Ryan Sonny Michel.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I haven’t looked at match ups for this week yet but I think you should take Ryan with either Conner or Mixon…whichever has the softer week 6 match up since your whole season rides on it. Would go Conner if match ups are comparable…

  8. Keeks says:
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    Hey DT

    In a real hole in my main league. 12 team full ppr. Sitting at 1-4 and really just not scoring points well.

    Roster is
    Goff
    Leveon, Mack, Mixon, Ronald Jones
    Robert Woods, Alshon, John Brown, Golden Tate, Curtis Samuel
    Delanie Walker

    As strongly as I believe in not giving up the best player in a trade I am now considering trading Leveon to get multiple starters Id be happy to play each week. Leveon has a really rough schedule i’ve noticed and I would like to raise my teams floor and hopefully just get enough wins to avoid last place. (Wont get into the punishment) lol

    I have two variations of the same offer basically. Could you tell me which one you would do or if you would continue to hold?

    1.) My Leveon and Alshon for his James conner and Edelman
    2.) My Leveon and John Brown for his James Conner and Edelman.

    Thanks for the input!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I like #2 for you, go for it

  9. Keeks says:
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    Appreciate the input about Leveon & brown for edelman and conner.

    I got another offer sent to me and then one that I might be able to pull off as well. Do you like either of the below more than the edelman conner one?

    1.) Leveon & Woods for Davante Adams, Devin Singletary, & Tevin Coleman

    2.) Leveon and Alshon for OBJ & David Montgomery

    Thanks

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Of all the options, I like the OBJ and Montgomery one most for you.

      Not crazy about the Devante Adams one…

  10. Mike says:
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    Ppr Chark or Golladay?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Golladay for me but that’s probably the right area for Chark at this point

      • Mike says:
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        TY! The trade was Chark/DeSean for Golladay/M Sanders

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Well done!

          • Mike says:
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            Ha sorry I was the Chark side, still good lol?

            • Donkey Teeth

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              Oh haha. Not really a fan of the Chark side, but if you have the RBs to spare it’s fine. All things equal, I like Sanders more than DJax and Golladay a little more than Chark.

              Who know though…that’s why they play the games!

  11. What's a Drexl? says:
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    20 team PPR redraft. have:
    QB (1) winston, d.jones (lucky this year not only could i late draft a backup guy to start if/when i needed him, but also NOT with the same bye)
    RB (2) AAron, j.white, lat murray, ballage (attempting to waiver m.brown here), had had ty mont but dropped him for o’shaughnessy since i needed a backup TE coming up here with waller on bye
    WR (3): julio, beasley, aj brown, quinn, edelman, a.wilson
    TE (1): waller, o’shaugnessy (dropping for somebody as he got hurt and i’d think is out this week)
    1 flex

    1. drop quinn for this order of these?: slayton, a.miller, pettis
    2. this week’s best TE?:
    -swaim (assuming no o’shaugnessy) vs NO
    -VD/sprinkle (i’d assume sprinkle for now) @ MIA
    -irv smith vs PHI
    – goedert @ MIN

    • What's a Drexl? says:
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      will drop the TE later for another RB, maybe the quinn spot too. guice, carson (GB), bonnafon all out there, along with ty mont

      • What's a Drexl? says:
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        add pringle into #1.

      • What's a Drexl? says:
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        add d-will (BUF) and pringle in there on #1 too.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      1. Pringle, Slayton, Miller, Pettis, Duke Will for me. Surprised these guys are all available in a 20 teamer though.
      2. I’d try Goedert, then lose Goedert for Guice.

  12. Thisisforreal says:
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    I. HAVE A hedge trade (not completely giving up, yet know I don’t have a top team and unlikely to “make a run” for the playoffs)

    League: 12 team keeper league, you can keep 3 players for a max of 3 years (then they become a free agent). It’s a 2 qb league.

    Team:
    Qbs: Watson/Goff/Rudolph
    Rb: mack/Sanders/Duke Johnson/ ito Smith/Malcom brown/latavius Murray (yeah they all suck)
    Wr: adams/Chark/Emmanuel Sanders
    TE: Andrews

    Trade would be: give goff/Adams/ Andrews/ Rudolph for Lamar Jackson ($2 keeper, 1 year of eligibility to keep left), Jarvis Landry, Waller, Sam darnold..

    The play is for Jackson. I can’t keep Watson next year and I’ve thrived having been able to keep a guy like Watson for this long, looking for my next cheap qb1.

    Thanks for the thoughts.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I love LJax and Waller but think you need to do better for what you’re giving up. I’d only think about something like this if you’re 100% in rebuild mode and even then I’d shop the Watson/Adams package around and make sure nobody is willing to give up more…those are huge pieces for a title run.

      Consider Waller/Andrews as close to a wash and Watson/LJax close to a wash for this year, big upgrade for you next year. So then you’re giving Goff, Adams and Rudolph for Landry and Darnold? Not pretty.

      What’s the keeper situation with Goff and Adams? How far back are you in the standings? Your team isn’t bad at all especially if you can scrounge one more decent RB…that’s where I’d mainly look to improve in a trade.

      • Imonfireandnowithinkimready says:
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        Thanks for the feedback, I’m not sure if you read the trade wrong but it’s just Goff that I’d be losing (not Watson). So in my opinion the only downgrade is Adams to Landry and I’ve been souring on Adams with GB new look offense.
        So the trade is:
        Goff/Adams/Andrews/Rudolph
        For
        Jackson/Landry/walker/darnold.

        I agree on the rb situation just not sure how to get it done. Someone offered me Jordan Howard for Chark (which I think is fair) however Chark is $2 and I do believe philly wants sanders to succeed. I could counter with Emmanuel Sanders for Howard maybe? I’m not interested in keeping Goff or Adams ($18 and $70). Currently mack at $5 and Chark at $2 seem like my keepers as of now. Miles sanders is $10.

        Thanks!

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Oops I did misread it. When you said Watson couldn’t be kept I mentally threw him in the deal.

          That’s much more fair deal haha. I’m alright with pulling the trigger then, the Jackson and Watson combo could legit save your season. And you still have Watson as nice trade chip if your push fails. Manny Sanders for Howard sounds fair, but do you have other WRs or are there decent options to pick up for depth?

  13. Sage&Savvy says:
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    PPR League
    I have both Godwin and Evans and am thinking about selling high on Godwin as I nervously feel Evans will be better over the course of the season. I don’t like having 2 positions filled with players on the same team. Am I selling low for someone like Thielen? Should I try and get a second guy back? I don’t think I can pry Odell or Hopkins from other owners.
    Is their anyone else you’re high on that I should try and get for Godwin?

    • Sage&Savvy says:
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      *1 position filled

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d need quite a bit more than Thielen for Godwin. Not sure I’d even entertain it unless you’re getting a substantial upgrade at RB or something.

      Other than OBJ and Hopkins, I’d move Godwin for Julio, Amari, Keenan Allen, Michael Thomas, Devante Adams and MAYBE Cooper Kupp. Chance you could get a sweetener in a deal for Kupp.

      Generally though, I’d have no problem starting both Evans and Godwin every week ROS. Don’t force a deal.

      • Michael Herbst says:
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        Thank you, sir

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          No problem!

  14. Nick says:
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    Hey bud, in my 12 team standard league I think I need to make a trade for RB as my bench is scoring points weekly. here is my team;

    QB-Lamar
    RB-Kamara & D Montgomery (bye this week)
    WR-Thielan/Godwin/Fuller
    TE-Andrews
    Flex-McLaurin
    Bench- Dissly / Kyler Murray / M Sanders / L Murray / Scantling / Shepard
    D&K-who cares

    so I’m thinking try and move one of my TEs or QBs as a few teams are struggling bad there. One team has Breida on his bench with D Johnson, James White starting & Freeman at his flex. Do you like any of those? I was thinking Breida for one of my TEs (his choice) or offer up McLaurin/Fuller/Shepard? You can just rank my players in order of who you would offer up first for his Breida or other RB to help my team out (especially with Montgomery on bye this week)

    Thanks!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Hey Nick,

      Dissly probably isn’t enough for Breida but worth a shot. Andrews for Breida seems fair. Wouldn’t mind letting Shepard go cheap as a throw in with the concussion news…he may be done for awhile. Dissly and Shepard for Freeman?

      • Nick says:
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        Thanks, I’ll start with Dissly and pivot to Andrews…otherwise I’ll try to McLaurin or Shepard straight up for Breida…you like D Freeman over Breida overall? I mean, Freeman is splitting carries with Ito as it is & Falcons cannot run the ball for their life right now so that makes me nervous…

        • Donkey Teeth

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          I like it.

          As you can tell by my Freeman comment in the post I don’t love him, but still have him a bit ahead of Breida. Freeman is so much more established in his role, he’s gonna get almost all the goal line work and the Falcons have gone up against several tough defenses so far.

          I’d call Freeman a mid to lowend RB2, Breida more of a solid flex play.

          I have McLaurin way ahead of Shepard FWIW. Wouldn’t be shocked if Shepard misses the majority of the season…2nd concussion of the year is bad.

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