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smcindoe

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  1. I'm starting Mike Davis over him, but that's in a league where I'm the favorite and already have a big game from some Cowboys in the bank. Davis feels like a better floor, but if I was in a 50/50 matchup I'd probably go with Ty'Son.
  2. (Whispers) Roughly 99% of the people playing fantasy just want some quick advice for their fun hobby. If everyone who isn't cross-checking predictions gives it up, sites like this cease to exist.
  3. I'm rolling with him today, due to a lack of options. Prepared to eat a low score, but the upside is there if he gets anything close to a regular workload.
  4. Leaning to using Pollard over a pile of not-great flex options in non-PPR: McKissic, Snell, Ito Smith, D. Harris, JuJu, Gus Edwards... what a mess. But I'm in a matchup with a better team and think Pollard has the highest ceiling, even if he could also do next to nothing.
  5. What's his contract status? Any chance he's back in a big role in KC?
  6. Same choice here and just don't have the guts to bench Watson after all this time.
  7. Glad to see but can't see him sticking around, game is over and he's getting killed back there.
  8. Out of the game but just showed him on the bench shaking it out. Didn't go to the tent or the room.
  9. There was talk on twitter that he could be more of an emergency option/decoy today: https://twitter.com/MikeClayNFL/status/1338135052610379776
  10. Think it has to be. Cook never has possession so he can't fumble. I think bad handoffs are always supposed to go to the QB.
  11. I'm starting Edwards in one league where I don't have many great options, but I picked up Boston Scott as a Monday might plan B in case the game is cancelled. I wouldn't want to start anyone from Tuesday if I couldn't back them up.
  12. One year we had our draft at a bar and I asked the table "Hey who was that Patriots guy who had the monster game and then never played again?" and some complete stranger at another table just yelled "JONAS GRAY" in the most bitter voice without even turning around. Absolutely guaranteed this dude spent his entire waiver budget on the guy and is still not over it. One of my favorite fantasy moments ever.
  13. I guess I fall on the second option, but only in extreme cases. I'm generally in favor of whatever keeps the trade market moving, and I'm against rules that give the rest of the league a vote or veto, but there has to be a line somewhere. Put it this way -- I've been commissioner of one league for 20 years, and in that time I've had one trade that was so lopsided I asked the two GMs to go back and reconsider before finalizing, because I was worried I was going to have people quitting over it. I've also had dozens of other deals that seemed unfair at the time that went through without a word.
  14. McCaffrey on the sidelines having his ribs checked while Davis is in for the final drive. Edit: Never mind, he came back in.
  15. Seems like this situation just went from bad to worse. Droppable for non-Elliot owners?
  16. The Texans should try a trick play on first down where they do literally anything other than hand it to David Johnson for zero to three yards.
  17. In a weird way, today makes me feel a little bit better about last year's Week 16 Boone debacle.
  18. Seems like he's locked in as being just a guy in that WR mix. He'll have a game or two where that will translate to strong numbers, but good luck guessing when that will be.
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