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4 hours ago, Ilov80s said:

7 pour 150 et 1 dimanche

 

It makes sense to believe this will happen because the upside of believing and having it not happen far outweighs the downside of not believing and having it happen...

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Hoyer looked sharp when he was in the game and if I recall, he's the type of QB if you surround him with solid pieces he can operate. He's not a game changer but certainly can manage a game. I expect Hoyer to throw for 250/2TD and perhaps more. Phins will try and bottle up Mack although I don't think it will work but there isn't a receiver they are going to game plan against. 

I'm still bullish on Pascal but where I might have thought about a sneaky potential top 12 this week...I'm more in the Top 25-30 area, Solid WR3 for most owners this week, more teams on bye week forces some of this. Still think he is one of the best streaming options going this weekend...I see now he is on about 65-70% of rosters so he's not a secret either.  

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49 minutes ago, kittenmittens said:

It's Miami, so Hoyer is going to put up numbers.  He's not afraid to throw the ball. 

We thought that with Darnold too.

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2 hours ago, Long Ball Larry said:

It makes sense to believe this will happen because the upside of believing and having it not happen far outweighs the downside of not believing and having it happen...

It’s going to happen one way or another so might as well have fun with it 

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I regret to inform you I have moved on from Monsieur Pascal. 

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23 hours ago, Ministry of Pain said:

I’m still bullish on Pascal but where I might have thought about a sneaky potential top 12 this week...I'm more in the Top 25-30 area, Solid WR3 for most owners this week, more teams on bye week forces some of this. Still think he is one of the best streaming options going this weekend...I see now he is on about 65-70% of rosters so he's not a secret either.  

I just wanted to throw you a bone and say with C. Davis out, I just dropped Tannehill for Hoyer. So . . .

c’mon Pascal!!!!!

😉

 

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2 minutes ago, wormburner said:

I just wanted to throw you a bone and say with C. Davis out, I just dropped Tannehill for Hoyer. So . . .

c’mon Pascal!!!!!

😉

 

I hope he does well. I think he is still a potential top 25 WR, I am wavering between him and D.Freeman as my Flex. 

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Interesting season, fantasy-wise. Lots of surprise in the Lesean McCoy thread, for example, and Andy’s lack of a stud RB. We’re always trading studs and looking for lightning in a bottle off the ww. Winning this year may come down to who best manages their flex spot. 

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Kudos to this guy. About cut by the Redskins, cut by the Titans and...doing well

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Pascal looked like a juicy play, Colts seem to want to keep running the football even trailing by 10 and yet to score a point today. 

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16 minutes ago, Long Ball Larry said:

Seems to have died

Hoyer killed him

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4 minutes ago, skillz said:

Hoyer killed him

This. Hoyer hasn't even been looking for him. He's been going to Chester and Ebron all day.

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43 minutes ago, ShamrockPride said:

This. Hoyer hasn't even been looking for him. He's been going to Chester and Ebron all day.

Chester had 4 targets. Pascal had 7.

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Zach Pascal caught 2-of-7 targets for 26 yards in the Colts’ Week 10 loss to the Dolphins.

Pascal made a tough 23-yard catch down the middle in the first half, but was otherwise quiet throughout the afternoon. He’ll continue to play a near every-snap role as long as both T.Y. Hilton (calf) and Parris Campbell (hand) remain sidelined, but this is still a crowded passing game with multiple TEs and RBs also involved. There’s a low floor here for everyone as long as Jacoby Brissett (knee) remains out. Treat Pascal as more of an upside WR4 next week against the Jaguars if Brissett is out.

 

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Zach Pascal was held without a catch on one target in the Colts' Week 12 loss to the Texans.

Pascal's lone look came with three minutes remaining in the game. Passing volume wasn't there for anyone on the Colts, as coach Frank Reich dialed up 39 rushes compared to 25 pass attempts, though T.Y. Hilton's return also had a devastating effect on Pascal's usage. Barely productive even when Hilton was sidelined, Pascal's WR4 moment has come and gone ahead of next week's matchup with the Titans.

Nov 22, 2019, 12:16 AM ET

 

 

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On 11/9/2019 at 12:57 PM, Long Ball Larry said:

It makes sense to believe this will happen because the upside of believing and having it not happen far outweighs the downside of not believing and having it happen...

i have lost this wager

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14 hours ago, Loipz said:

I am an idiot

Brutal.

Can't remember the last time I got a goose egg when an injury wasn't involved.

There was plenty of data for starting Pascal...which I did.

What kind of game plan was that anyway? HOU secondary is horrible and injured so let's run the ball into a wall the whole game.

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18 hours ago, Loipz said:

I am an idiot

Me too man.

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You guys are still doing this? 

Le temps est un grand maître, dit-on. Le malheur est qui’il tue ses élèves

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18 hours ago, Ilov80s said:

You guys are still doing this? 

Le temps est un grand maître, dit-on. Le malheur est qui’il tue ses élèves

Quel dommage.

au revoir, monsier pascal.

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His role will continue to decrease as the Colts other WRs (namely Hilton) get healthy.  What's the status on Campbell?  Is his health improving?

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Zach Pascal soaked up seven receptions for 109 yards on 10 targets Sunday in the Colts’ Week 13 loss to the Titans.

The 109 yards were a career-high, as were his seven receptions. The last man standing in Indy's injury-decimated receiving corps, Pascal enjoyed one of his largest target shares of the season (25 percent) while taking full advantage of an equally shorthanded Titans secondary. The bulk of his production (five catches for 82 yards) came after halftime. With T.Y. Hilton (calf), Chester Rogers (a knee injury prompted his early departure Sunday) and Eric Ebron (ankles) all among the Colts' walking wounded, Pascal should be a fixture in Indy's passing game for the foreseeable future. Still roaming free in over 80 percent of Yahoo leagues, Pascal should be a priority waiver add heading into next week's matchup with the Buccaneers, who came into Sunday allowing the league's second-most passing yards per game.

 

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Oh Boy, back to Pascal?

Flex play or perhaps a fill in WR #2 in week 14.

FA waiver wire in all my 3 leagues. Picked him up in one league dropping Cap't Kirk for a little upside with TY looking iffier and iffier.

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3 minutes ago, Team Smokin' said:

Oh Boy, back to Pascal?

Flex play or perhaps a fill in WR #2 in week 14.

FA waiver wire in all my 3 leagues. Picked him up in one league dropping Cap't Kirk for a little upside with TY looking iffier and iffier.

It's not only TY. Need to keep an eye on Campbell as well.

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Just picked him up to flex over C. Kirk.  We'll see.  I already have to start Jamaal Williams as RB2 due to the Indy mess.  🤞

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58 minutes ago, shadyridr said:

Starting him over John Brown

Brown is playing against his ex team... its his turn to do what Beasley did to the Cowboys

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4 minutes ago, oswizzle said:

Brown is playing against his ex team... its his turn to do what Beasley did to the Cowboys

That Ravens secondary has been really good on the outside though. I’m going Beasley over John brown this week. 

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4 hours ago, oswizzle said:

Brown is playing against his ex team... its his turn to do what Beasley did to the Cowboys

I mean he played for them one year. Not exactly some type of revenge game.

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22 minutes ago, shadyridr said:

I mean he played for them one year. Not exactly some type of revenge game.

And once Lamar took over last year he basically didn't even catch any passes so let's call it 2/3 of a year.

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