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  1. 12-Team Deep PPR League starting 1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE and 2 Flex (RB/WR/TE), . Play two games a week, one versus other teams and one versus league average. We are currently sitting at 10-0, but WR depth was a concern from the start. Antonio Brown blowing up hurt us even more and we are now looking at a very underwhelming WR core. The rest of our roster has been keeping us on top, especially our RB core anchored by CMC, but our WRs are still in decline and we need to do something to strengthen it. Right now we are pondering the following trade: Give: Christian McCaffrey, Michael Gallup Get: Saquon Barkley, Adam Thielen, Tyler Boyd If there is anyone in the league I would even consider trading CMC for, it would be Saquon. This move is obviously full of risks, but are the potential rewards worth giving up the hottest fantasy player in the league for? Please share your thoughts and I will comment on yours too. ROSTER: QB: L. Jackson, D. Jones RB: C. McCaffrey, L. Fournette, D. Henry, M. Gordon WR: Antonio Brown, A. Callaway, R. Cobb, M. Gallup, M. Valdes-Scantling, S. Watkins, P. Williams TE: E. Engram, M. Andrews K: W. Lutz DEF: Rams, Texans
  2. With Fuller out, Hopkins is going to get all the looks, even against Peterson. The Bears are surprisingly stingy against opposing WRs, so while Tate is tempting, I would stick with Hopkins. Good luck!! Please see mine:
  3. This seems like a good move. Mariota has a tough matchup against the Steelers this week, and while I am not a Bortles fan, he could have a big game against the Browns like you say. Looking ahead, Mariota has good matchups through the fantasy playoffs and you would start him over Winston in all likelihood anyway. The exception may be week 16 against the Rams, but hey, if you still have Bortles and make it to the championship, he plays SF week 16! Good luck! Please see mine:
  4. I would rank them in this order: Morris - His yards per carry were great in his first game as the starter and he should produce nicely. He does play Philly next, which could hurt, but he should put up decent numbers. Drake - I like how this kid has performed over his first two weeks since Ajayi's departure. It's a bit of a committee on a not-great team, but I think his numbers will only get better. Perine - He has been up and down after a nice preseason, but I think if he gets the volume his numbers will get better with a chance for a big game or two. The rest - NE RBs are a crapshoot, and the rest are just too inconsistent for me to think they might be the best option. I am guessing Darkwa and Collins are gone? Good luck! Please see mine:
  5. Hey all, I am in a half-point PPR league with a 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1Flex (RB/WR/TE), 1K, and 1DST lineup currently at 7-3 in second place and looking to make a push for the bye and the championship. My current roster is: QB: Russel Wilson RB: Fournette, Gordon, Ingram, Drake WR: Hill, Landry, Parker, Hilton, Crowder TE: Ertz K: Butker D/ST: AZ Looking to bolster my WR corps heading into the final stretch of the season and playoffs and have been offered my choice of Ameer Abdullah or Lamar Miller AND Michael Thomas for Mark Ingram. On paper, this seems like a potentially good deal, but I am wondering if I am just better off riding my three stud RBs out and rostering my current WRs based on matchups. I am leaning toward the latter. Thoughts?