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Posts posted by rotisserieking

  1. As a Taylor owner I have him stashed on my bench as a just in case, but we have 7 bench spots so I can afford to do that. Definitely rosterable in PPR formats. There are some tough games coming up so game play may stick with Taylor vs getting more action in blowouts. If you can hold him I would but depends on who you'd drop him for.

  2. 3 hours ago, AxeElf said:

    They're both pretty much TD specialists at this point, so Thielen would be a legitimate option.

    Thielen it is. According to Jeremy Fowler's Twitter, Davis is not expected to play tonight. Great. Hopefully my Thielen can step up and take away some points from his Jefferson.

  3. 22 hours ago, weepaws said:

    To remove him off the IR, don’t you need to drop another player? And if so that could cost you, I mean Mitchell comes back week 10 hurt week 11 it might b costly to you.  

    And of another player you own gets hurt, and he’s a very good player , then what.  


    You are correct, but I guess I'll deal with that when he comes back. We have 3 IR spots so I'm ok there for now. 

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  4. The Mitchell owner dropped him even though we have IR spots so I grabbed him and put him on IR. They're saying 8 weeks so at best he's back Week 10 for the playoff push. I'm not counting on him but it was basically a risk-free pickup so we'll see.

  5. 17 hours ago, weepaws said:

    I would quit that Sean Moony league.  

    well it's my league so kinda stuck 🙂 It's a new owner so my guess he's either a huge Browns fan or has no clue what he's doing (those two are often related)

  6. On 8/26/2022 at 7:20 AM, TBayXXXVII said:

    How did you get burned by drafting the TE6 last year?

    Because I grabbed him in round 5 and could've waited until 6/7 and had a better WR2. I drafted him as the 3rd TE.

  7. Saw some highlights from the last game and seemed they had some chemistry but I'm with you: Mariotta scares me as a QB. His ADP seems at least a round early. I bought into the kool aid last year and got burned

  8. I'm in a 10 team, PPR, 2 man keeper league. I've got Jonathan Taylor, Derrick Henry, Christian McCaffrey, and Stefon Diggs. Keepers cost us our 1st and 2nd round picks so my first "true" pick will be 3.07.

    I'm definitely keeping Taylor but who would you rather keep with him: Henry, McCaffrey, or Diggs? McCaffrey has (arguably) the highest ceiling but is also the most likely to miss time to another injury. 

  9. 34 minutes ago, Fumbleweed said:

    I think the Bills are the better team (this year), but I think home field advantage for Kansas City could be the determining factor. It will come down, I think, to which QB avoids a stupid interception (or two). 

    Exact same thinking for me. I've got my Chiefs moving on (and ultimately losing to the Packers in the SB) but I think it's going to come down to the final possession.

  10. 39 minutes ago, WhiteWonder said:

    When I opened this I thought it might be about was the best "hype" pick of the year. You know, a later round guy who had lots of hype in the summer and starting moving up draft boards and actually worked out. 

    I guess it's just who was the best fantasy pick.

    It would have to be Kupp. He was largely a 4th round pick and that consistency is key. Taylor was great but he was a 1st round pick and Austin Ekeler was just as good / consistent. 

    "Later" round guys who provided unforeseen value in my 10 team league:

    Javonte Williams 6.05

    Swift 7.01

    Conner 7.09

    Deebo 10.09

    Fournette 12.01