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Tong Po

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  1. Starting him over Ajayi and hoping for the best.
  2. He is... just so fast you can’t even see him.
  3. Waiting for the inevitable Winston pick now. Wipe out the 1 point he gave me tonight.
  4. Unfortunately so was Blount and White. Gonna be frustrating. Feel like hes gonna need to break one to have any kind of decent fantasy day.
  5. Like most threads, this entire conversation is speculative. All the chatroom doctors and pilots in the world can't predict Zeke's propensity to get hurt in Week 16. No one really knows how many quarters Zeke will play against Detroit. I'm not even sure the coaches know at this point. What I do know is... if you're in the finals and you're following this thread, Zeke is probably the main reason you made it. Dude has been an absolute beast this year and a blast to watch. If they pull him early and he ends his day with 70 yards and 2 or 3 catches, I can live with it. What I couldn't stomach is leaving him on my bench in the League Championship and watching him go for 100 yards and 2 scores at halftime, while I got Terrence West in his place playing a whole game and finishing with 27 yards.
  6. In all my years playing fantasy football, I don't ever recall a team that was coasting through the season resting their starters the last TWO weeks of the season. It's certainly not something the Patriots would do. If I'm the coach, I let the kid at least attempt to make a run at the rookie rushing title. Injuries happen in football. Zeke is just as likely to tear up his knee in practice getting ready for Week 1 of the playoffs as he is playing this week against Detroit. I gotta believe Zeke gets his normal workload at least through the 1st half. And I'm in the same boat as many of you, one half of football from Zeke is better than my other options (currently Dion Lewis, Forte and T. West), so I'll be taking the gamble.
  7. Zeke is roughly 250 yards away from Eric Dickerson's rookie rushing record with 2 games left. I imagine he, and the entire offensive line, would love to break that record. Not suggesting they would risk using him in Week 17, but if he racks up yards early in the game this weekend... it'll make for some interesting decisions for the Dallas coaching staff.
  8. 26 points in PPR. I actually tried to take him out of my lineup last minute when they announced Forte as the starter... but RT Sports locked me out. Got real lucky on that one.
  9. Powell straight up killing it in PPR. 21 points and counting...
  10. 10 PPR points for Powell in the 1st Quarter. I'll take it. Be stoked if he can double that by the time this games over.
  11. 3 field goals of 50+ in the 1st half. Every one of them cleared by 10 yds. And he's kicking outdoors. I think he's up to 32 straight FGs. Really is remarkable.
  12. He's been killing me all year with his back and forth production. With Gronk out again figured this past Sunday was a no-brainer start. Now I gotta decide if I'm ready to roll the dice on him this week with Gronk reported to be out again. My other options are Witten and Gates.
  13. Torrey Smith hasnt done a thing since Kap took over. His main receiving targets have been Kerley and Patton. Can't imagine Smith being out will affect his numbers much. Kap's biggest hurdle will be himself. I'm starting him today over Winston. I have a lot of starters on BYE and need a high upside play. Hoping for a lot of bonus rushing yards from Kap in garbage time. Biggest concern is the Pats eating up time of possession all day and completely dominating the game.