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  1. I dumped NE for Arizona because they have a special look about them this year and I’m awestruck by the JJ Watt/Chandler Jones combo. I’m concerned about the caliber of NFC West offenses they’ll be facing but the talent is so good that I’ll start them until they put up a dud or suffer a key injury. I also think that Kyler Murray is special this year and will put most of the opposing teams into a reckless play from behind mode where ints and sacks can happen.
  2. https://twitter.com/GManzano24/status/1435744367872937986?s=20
  3. 10 points for Gould in my scoring format, and he got to kick the game winner and be a real life hero. I hope all of you who were on the fence ended up starting him.
  4. Devin Singletary or DeAndre Washington in PPR? It feels so even, and I’m so torn. Thanks in advance!
  5. I missed Chark because I was hoarding a couple of those. You're right, sometimes it's better to hit doubles than always waiting for the home run.
  6. I'm gonna have to drop him because of short benches. I'm dropping him over Hill and Singletary, for what it's worth. The talent is there, but McCoy being so involved makes me think that this won't be Thompson's year. One of the two guys ahead of him will have to get hurt for him to be fantasy relevant this season.
  7. Tre’Quan Smith. I had a feeling the rookie would break out with Ted Ginn out. Glad I picked him up before the weekend!
  8. Green Bay's 32 points against the Bills last weekend respectfully disagree with this. Of course, they only got me 2 points the week prior, but that doesn't support my narrative!
  9. Was leaning Boyd by the slightest margins. Thanks for confirming!
  10. Their defense has looked legit as well. Might be worth picking up after NE if you can get them.
  11. I like the Packers for the next three weeks: Week 4: Bills @ home Week 5: @ Detroit Week 6: C. J. Beathard led SF squad, at home.
  12. I dropped Luck the other day, but today's performance only validated my decision in my mind. Fitz is my starter as well. Whether it's due to the new dink and dunk coaching philosophy, the shoulder, or lack of WRs beyond Hilton, Luck isn't the same player he was in years past. This can change in future seasons, but unfortunately, I expect most of the stat-lines we see in 2018 will be of the 175 yard 1-2 TD game variety.
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