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  1. The bolded could be said for most teams in a RBBC. Bottom line how does it shake out? If you think one of the RBs has more talent or will be in higher leverage situations then you can bet that a 50/50 split is improbable no matter what the HC says politically before the first game of the season. It might even start out that way, but injury/performance/luck/coaching will have one of these guys take over 2/3 of the share most likely. 230ish touches is more than flex worthy and that is using the lowest data point you threw out there and 260+ touches is a real possibility.
  2. Reunited, and it feels sooooo good, Reunited 'cause we understood, There's one perfect fit And, sugar, this one is it We both are so excited 'cause we're reunited, hey, hey Some things just fit well together, like peanut butter and jelly, like Andy and Westbrook or like Andy and $hady. It's going to be a beautiful thing.
  3. This kid can run. Film don't lie. Rosters need him for Ingram's sake, even without.
  4. He had 2 touches in the 1st half with #7 throwing 50 yard picks in this last game. He wasn't gassed last week and could easily have carried more that 7 times. He may not get quite that much as he did in the first month, but he could handle a McCaffrey type load and score 400+ easily.
  5. Kamara #1 in PPR if no Ingram. He's the best RB per touch. How quickly we forget how the first month of the season went with no Ingram on the team. Barkley/Elliot/Gurley/McCaffrey are all on the same tier after that. You could make a case all 5 of them are in the same tier, but they all scored about the same this season, Kamara having a significantly smaller amount of touches. THis last game a is a perfect example. Kamara scored 26 in ppr this week with 11 touches. Without Ingram on the team Kamara was on pace for 500+ points. None of the other guys could score like this with so few touches and he's bigger than McCaffrey. ETA you could throw Chubb in there too.
  6. Because its the NFL and this is a RB. THis is why they dont pay guys like Bell the big bux. A guy can come in off the street at RB and kill it.
  7. Wow this was almost a disaster. Thank God for last minute heroics.
  8. Welp he hit his floor again at 15 points. Better than my alternative of Gronk who got the fat zero this week. Thanks Yahoo! (and Samuels)
  9. RIP. So glad Samuels worked out at TE or I woulda been toast this week.
  10. Seems like C.J. Anderson, a guy off the street kinda proved my point for me. Throw anyone in there. However, Ingram is no Kamara. Kamara had so few touches this last game and still somehow produced. Hes back to scoring 40ppg if Ingram isn't on this team next year.
  11. He had 2 touches in the first half. Amazing he had as many points as he did. Peyton set him up to fail this game. Gonna be glad when Ingram is gone and its just Kamara as the main guy next season (hope). ETA Peyton will probably find a way to get number 7 all the carries. He's too smart for his own good.
  12. The title of this thread ... Takes up half the phone screen.
  13. Josh Allen is my only other QB which i picked up in case of emergency. I'd be hard pressed to start him over Luck any week, certainly this one. Last week was brutal though. Still 99% sure I start luck unless someone can talk me out of it.
  14. There's really only one thing left to say on this situation ...
  15. Risky if Conner starts. Now Conner could start, but then re-aggrivate the injury in which case Samuels will do fine most likely, plus even if Conner plays he will not be in football shape and most likely need help this week. It would then be TD dependent so just like almost all the other TEs. I would place him behind the big 5 TEs. IF he starts he is TE1 based on his floor more than his ceiling. Ugh the TE floor is brutal this year.
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