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There's no denying that Engram is one of the better PPR WRs out there, but we all know the current situation in SEA.

There's no real trade value in him, and there are guys on the WW who one would normally consider marginal, who are out-performing Engram.

Are you guys stashing him in hopes SEA rights the ship, or have you sent him to the bottom of the waiver wire with a concrete block tied to his feet?

Thoughts?

 
I thought I'd made a shrewd move when I claimed him off waivers about two weeks before he was due to return, but Hasselbeck's injury screwed my plan. The Seahawks are abysmal offensively without Hasselbeck so I cut bait on Engram for Bobby Wade.

 
agree with everything above....picked him up in two leagues and thought I was the great white when he got 8 cathces in first game back....but without Hass I have have since dropped him both....if Hass comes back I might take another look, but otherwise I don't feel I am missing out on much, so if somebody else beats me to him again so be it.....will take a shot on guys like Avery instead......

 
I benched him the week I grabbed him and he had a zero. Then I cut him last week for the NYG Defense and they gave me a number

 
I just cut him as well.

As someone noted in another Engram thread, with Hasselback he's a great play, but without him, Engram is worthless. And it doesn't seem like Hasselback is coming back anytime soon.

 
I just cut him as well.

As someone noted in another Engram thread, with Hasselback he's a great play, but without him, Engram is worthless. And it doesn't seem like Hasselback is coming back anytime soon.
I read in Week 7 after Hass' diagnosis, they were looking at a Week 8 return. Now that he has been ruled out for Week 8, there has been no mention of Week 9 (not any that I can find at the moment). Maybe its just me, but I'm finding it hard to chop one of the better PPR WRs when his QB is seemingly closer than further to coming back...
 
Being a Seahawks homer, I've had alot of bad Sunday's this year, but I can contribute here.

Holmgren was on local television just last night talking about Hasselback, which we can all agree his return directly coincides with Engram's value.

Holmgren said that Hasselback wanted to return. His exact words were, "It's not like he wants to wait until next year. He still wants to play."

My Opinion:

With no realistic shot of the playoffs, and it being Holmgren's last season anyway, the Seahawks seem to be in no hurry to rush Hasselback's recovery. He IS the franchise right now. Also, it may be advantageous to lose games at this point, and pull a good draft pick instead.

Hasselback WILL be back on the field in the next three weeks. However, he isn't practicing. He hasn't thrown consistent reps with Engram all season.

Expect two or three solid performances out of Engram down the stretch (fantasy playoffs), but don't count on him in the short term.

 
I just cut him as well.

As someone noted in another Engram thread, with Hasselback he's a great play, but without him, Engram is worthless. And it doesn't seem like Hasselback is coming back anytime soon.
I read in Week 7 after Hass' diagnosis, they were looking at a Week 8 return. Now that he has been ruled out for Week 8, there has been no mention of Week 9 (not any that I can find at the moment). Maybe its just me, but I'm finding it hard to chop one of the better PPR WRs when his QB is seemingly closer than further to coming back...
I'd rather cut him and get someone like Washington or Bobby Wade. I was a big believer in 84 but Hasselbeck's injury situation is so muddy that it's not worth the headache every week.
 
Trying to throw him into a trade package or I'll have to drop him with Kevin Curtis coming back.

I would hold him if I had the room.

 

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