IMO, Cotch is the choice regardless of Engram's QB situation.I got that prob over here. In a PPR, I am choosing between Engram, Cotchery and Mushin as my FLEX.If Hassleback plays, what impact will this injury have on him as a whole &/or Engram? If Frye starts, what impact on Engram/passing game.Engram was stud in PPR last year. Put up some nice points last week (and had targets) but is only coming off one game played. A hurt Hassleback, A potential Charlie Frye start, a rusty Engram all make me nervous and leaning towards Cotch unless this thread convinces me otherwise. Having said that, Is Coles or Cotch the favorite target of Favre?
Since we are now asking start/sit questions in this thread...Should I start Ocho Cinco instead of Engram in my PPR?No doubt Seattle's gonnahave to throw the ball as Rodgers and the rest of the GB offense should score some decent points. Engram did get double digit targets last week anf balls may come his way more with Branch not playing. I'm starting him but I also have Lance Moore against Oakland. Do any of you think Moore's a better play than Engram? N.O should be able to runthe ball at will against the Raiders so will Brees be backing off on his attempts? Looks like Colston may play as well and then there's Devery Henderson and Robert Meachem who'll get some looks. Will Brees still be looking Moore's way with Colston back. Engram is no doubt the #1 option right now for Seattle but with the 3rd string QB starting what's that translate into terms of targets that Engram will get?
Frye was off on everything. The 5 or 6 targets that Engram had were all overthrown or whipped in there too hard to catch. The first half was like 3-1 rush to pass as well limiting his targets to begin with. The Seattle WRs finished with only 2 catches, both by KoRo. The rest were dinks and dunks to RBs and TEs. Frye played nothing like he did in the final preseason game and I see why he was traded by Cleveland. Here's to hoping Hass or Wallace heal quickly and Frye can get back to holding the clipboard. He is just plain awful.Mr. Mojo said:That useless piece of crap, Frye, was way off in his passes to Engram.I saw one tough one that Engram probably should have caught.
I've been wondering the same thing. Wallace has to be better than Frye. I remember Wallace being pretty mobile a couple years ago when he played. Saw him at Arrowhead and he was pretty slippery. I seem to recall he can make throws pretty well too.Assuming Hass doesn't make it back yet, any thoughts on whether Engram could hold some value with Wallace in there?
Seneca Wallace-QB- Seahawks Oct. 13 - 6:18 pm et Seneca Wallace is expected to be the Seahawks' starting QB in Week 7 at Tampa Bay.This, of course, is assuming that his calf injury doesn't prevent him from doing so. Wallace was active in Week 6, but wasn't 100% and has re-injured the calf multiple times. The Bucs' secondary isn't playing that well, but neither are the Seattle receivers. He definitely isn't a recommended QB1 play.I've been wondering the same thing. Wallace has to be better than Frye. I remember Wallace being pretty mobile a couple years ago when he played. Saw him at Arrowhead and he was pretty slippery. I seem to recall he can make throws pretty well too.Assuming Hass doesn't make it back yet, any thoughts on whether Engram could hold some value with Wallace in there?
I keep wondering about this too. Hasselbeck seems to be like Palmer and we keep chasing the proverbial carrot-on-a-stick. I wonder if he'll ever be healthy AND play, especially since this season is already lost IMO. Without Hasselbeck Engram appears worthless. I am considering dropping him for a bye week cover, but may drop JTO instead.Superbowl Shuffle said:Considering dropping him also. Anyone know if there is any more definitive prognosis for Hasselbeck's injury? If he's done for year, dropping Engram is an easy decision.