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    Week 9 Scoop and Play WR

    Was going to say Darnell Mooney, but he's already been mentioned. I'll say David Moore from Seattle. He may be the 3rd WR in the pecking order, but Russ looks for him a lot in the red zone.
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    Week 6 Waiver Wire

    Agreed. Looks like Preston is healthy again, and found his stride in the offense. The Miami OC stated that he needs to get Williams more targets.
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    Who is going to have a blowup week week 3

    QB -- Ryan Tannehill. MInnesota's defense is in shambles, and is well on the way to getting Mike Zimmer fired. Titans in a blow-out. RB -- Joshua Kelly. Carolina can't stop anyone, especially against the run. WR -- CeeDee Lamb. Seattle is dead last against the pass, and this game has shoot-out written all over it. BONUS PICK: Allen Robinson; he's really due for a big game. TE -- Mike Gesicki. As stated previously, he's been used as a slot WR and Fitz loves this guy.
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    What have we learned from week 1?

    LIons gonna Lion.
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    The Official Week 1 FU Thread

    Ah, the thread unlike any other. FU to John Harbaugh for giving J.K. Dobbins the red zone work instead of Mark Ingram. I own both, but come on!! Ingram scored 15 TDs last year for God's Sake. Having said all of this, if Dobbins takes the lead role he can be a league-winner.
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    Ouch! Evans, Golladay, Sutton & Cooks.

    Galladay's my number 1 WR, so this is rather painful. Will have to go with Calvin Ridley, A.J. Green and Preston Williams this week.
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    Who is you favorite breakout player this year?

    Okay, I"ll chime in with my picks. QB -- Joe Burrow. The kid has poise beyond his years, having had the greatest collegiate QB season ever. He'll have a 4000-yard plus passing season in his first year, with a motivated and healthy (for now) A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, John Ross and Joe Mixon from the backfield. RB - Jonathan Taylor. Loved this guy dominating in Wisconsin. Prototypical bruising RB with great talent (gotta control the fumbling though). Nyheim Hines will probably dominate passing downs with Rivers, but Taylor should get some run their also. Taylor will thrive running behind arguably the league's best offensive line. WR - Will Fuller. This is the year Will Fuller stays healthy for at least 14 games. Fuller has consistently demonstrated great chemistry with DeShaun Watson, and Brandin Cooks will take away a lot of double coverage from Fuller. DEEP Sleeper at WR: Mecole Hardman. I was going to say Preston Williams but I will go with Hardman. Mecole may be the one true WR handcuff in Fantasy Football, with 4.33 wheels and a similar skillset to Tyreek Hill. If Hill goes down for extended time, Hardman can be a league-winner. TE: Hayden Hurst. Matt Ryan has publicly stated that Hurst is the most athletic TE that he's ever worked with; impressive considering Ryan did have a short run with Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez. With Mohamed Sanu and Austin Hooper gone, Hurst will demonstrate why the Ravens spent a first round pick on him.
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    Leonard Fournette cut

    I don't know if Washington makes any sense either. To be honest, I really am unsure if Ron Rivera and the Washington Football Team's coaching staff know what their offensive identity is. Not a good situation for Fournette. They don't know who their Left Tackle is going to be. Duane Haskins has to learn a new offensive scheme, and there's no real offensive threat other than McLaurin (though Steven Sims has flashed at times). With David Montgomery being injured, perhaps Chicago?
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    GL to you too, Weep!!!
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    What a bizarro world. If you had told me at the start of the season that Devante Parker and Kenyan Drake would lead my team to the championship round, I'd thought you were insane.
  11. High Stakes 12-team PPR League: QB: Matt Ryan RB: Nick Chubb, Kenyan Drake, David Johnson, Devonta Freeman, Matt Brieda, Tarik Cohen WR: Julio Jones, Tyler Lockett, Devante Parker, Marquise Brown, Anthony Miller TE: Darren Waller, Mark Andrews (I always wait on TEs and constantly get great production) K: Harrison Butker DT: Ravens
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    Parker: No more concussion.

    Devante Parker is going to power a lot of teams to FF championships.
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    Week 15 Scoop and Play WR - Playoff Edition

    Great call on Perriman, Stonewall. He should be the #1 WR waiver wire pick with Godwin's hammy injury.
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    "Radio" Raheem Mostert

    In my view (and I watched the game), it's a changing of the guard. It's still a committee, but I see Mostert as the 1A and Brieda the 1B now. Tevin Coleman has been ineffective for the last 4 games. They may throw Coleman a bone and give him some snaps in a "revenge game" against the Falcons in Week 15. But Mostert is the guy to own at this point.
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    Mike Evans done for the day

    From Rotoworld: Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said he'd be "shocked" if Mike Evans (hamstring) played again this season. "It's not good," said Arians. "I'll be shocked if Mike makes it back before the last week." Evans will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of a hamstring injury he suffered in Sunday's win over Indianapolis. The 26-year-old has been an iron man throughout his career, missing just two games due to injury (and one to a suspension) since arriving as a first-round pick in 2014. He ranks third in receiving yards with 1,157, trailing only Michael Thomas (1,424) and teammate Chris Godwin (1,212) in that statistic. With Evans likely to miss the final three games, look for the Bucs to employ Godwin, Breshad Perriman and Justin Watson in three-wide sets moving forward.