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Typically when a receiver complains like Golladay was doing on the sideline, they end up getting a lot of action the next game. 

It makes sense.  "You want to get fired up over not getting the ball?  Okay, we'll give you the ball, but you better show up."  Then they have to put their money where their mouth is so you know you'll get the A+ effort and focus.

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Agreed. But if he doesn’t produce, you wouldn’t be able to trade him for the price of a gallon of gas. M

i would shop. 

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On 9/10/2021 at 7:07 AM, DocNiner said:

Yeah, we had no PC's back then and our scoring Bible was USA TODAY.

On Tuesday.  Had math been taught that way in school I might be a nuclear scientist now.

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Hey @AxeElf great call on CJ Uzomah. Since you loved using a 2 game sample size for him last season, after 2 games this season he is averaging just a hair over 2 ppr fantasy points per game. Keep em coming Nostradamus

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10 minutes ago, LoOnAtIk said:

Aiyuk looking like a complete bust. 

It's a long season, but I didn't understand why so many people seemed to think he was gonna be the 2nd coming of Jerry Rice this year

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5 minutes ago, polecatt said:

It's a long season, but I didn't understand why so many people seemed to think he was gonna be the 2nd coming of Jerry Rice this year

Same here. I loved what I saw last season but that was with him soaking up all of the targets with no Kittle or Deebo. Clearly the team still loves Deebo. Frankly, they just don’t throw enough. Their bread and butter is their run game and defense and controlling the tempo. 

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26 minutes ago, LoOnAtIk said:

Same here. I loved what I saw last season but that was with him soaking up all of the targets with no Kittle or Deebo. Clearly the team still loves Deebo. Frankly, they just don’t throw enough. Their bread and butter is their run game and defense and controlling the tempo. 

I don't think they really have anybody that's a great fantasy play outside of Kittle, and he's not off to a great start either

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19 minutes ago, polecatt said:

I don't think they really have anybody that's a great fantasy play outside of Kittle, and he's not off to a great start either

Deebo has been excellent?

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5 minutes ago, LoOnAtIk said:

Deebo has been excellent?

He was brilliant in week 1 and had a solid game today.

I'm sure he'll have some more big games too but I expect he's gonna be pretty streaky.

I wouldn't mind having him on my team but I wouldn't want to have to rely on him each week

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22 hours ago, polecatt said:

He was brilliant in week 1 and had a solid game today.

I'm sure he'll have some more big games too but I expect he's gonna be pretty streaky.

I wouldn't mind having him on my team but I wouldn't want to have to rely on him each week

Brilliant week 1 and solid week 2 is good enough for me to say he's been excellent IMO. 100 yards each week compared to where he was drafted and his ADP, he's been excellent. I wouldn't think of him as streaky yet considering he's led team in catches, yards, and targets in b2b weeks.

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It was a good week for Axe Elf RBs…

Chris Carson (31 shares) 15.1 PPR
Damien Harris (21 shares) 13.4
Najee Harris (20 shares) 19.1
Latavius Murray (20 shares) 9.6
Derrick Henry (14 shares) 47.7
Aaron Jones (13 shares) 41.5
Ezekiel Elliott (9 shares) 17.7

There’s 128 RBs in 60 leagues gettin’ it done!

Best supporting WRs go to…

CeeDee Lamb (42 shares) 17.4 PPR
Brandin Cooks (28 shares) 22.8
Mike Williams (22 shares) 22.1
Adam Thielen (17 shares) 15.9
Marvin Jones, Jr. (14 shares) 17.5

123 WRs in 60 leagues helpin’ their boys!

And let’s not forget the captains…

Daniel Jones (41 shares) 29.46
Kirk Cousins (36 shares) 25.26
Patrick Mahomes (20 shares) 24.02

97 QBs in 60 leagues holding up their end of the bargain!

Oh Wow, Axe Elf Was Right All Along season is in full swing!

 

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1 hour ago, AxeElf said:

It was a good week for Axe Elf RBs…

Chris Carson (31 shares) 15.1 PPR
Damien Harris (21 shares) 13.4
Najee Harris (20 shares) 19.1
Latavius Murray (20 shares) 9.6
Derrick Henry (14 shares) 47.7
Aaron Jones (13 shares) 41.5
Ezekiel Elliott (9 shares) 17.7

There’s 128 RBs in 60 leagues gettin’ it done!

Best supporting WRs go to…

CeeDee Lamb (42 shares) 17.4 PPR
Brandin Cooks (28 shares) 22.8
Mike Williams (22 shares) 22.1
Adam Thielen (17 shares) 15.9
Marvin Jones, Jr. (14 shares) 17.5

123 WRs in 60 leagues helpin’ their boys!

And let’s not forget the captains…

Daniel Jones (41 shares) 29.46
Kirk Cousins (36 shares) 25.26
Patrick Mahomes (20 shares) 24.02

97 QBs in 60 leagues holding up their end of the bargain!

Oh Wow, Axe Elf Was Right All Along season is in full swing!

 

Just curious, how do you manage all those leagues? I struggle with the few I’m in.

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28 minutes ago, Serenity Now said:

Just curious, how do you manage all those leagues? I struggle with the few I’m in.

Only 16 of them are managed leagues, where I have to set lineups and scour waivers and field trade offers and such; the other 44 are best-ball leagues, where what I drafted is what I have for the season, and I get my best possible lineup each week automatically.

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