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Need Help With Fantasy Football 2016 Season Edition

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Same league again, week 3:

 

QBs: Flacco at Jax, Brock at NE

RBs: Gurley, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Ameer Abdullah

WRs: Dez BryantBrandon Marshall, Randall Cobb, Will Fuller, Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Wallace

TEs: Antonio Gates, Gary Barnidge

DEF: Eagles (might look to stream an alternate D, not the best matchup vs Pitt)

K: Justin Tucker

 

Or do I sit Will Fuller at the flex? I have a feeling Belichick might scheme double coverage towards Fuller instead of Hopkins because Hopkins won't take the top off but Fuller can. I have real good depth at WR, so playing Marshall or Wallace over Fuller is tempting. 

 

Thoughts???

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  1. I have Theo Riddick. Now since Ahmeer Abdullah is now out for the season, would Riddick be the better play against #2 run defense Packers, or Latavius Murray vs the #1 run defense Titans?

 

I also have AJ Green, who faces the Broncos this week.  Not a good matchup and I expect another dud from him. With that being said, who should I play in place of him for flex?

 

Mohammud Sanu @Saints (29th)

Tajae Sharp vs Raiders (32nd)

Jerrick Mckinnon @Panthers (22nd)

Darren Sproles vs Steelers (23rd)

 

Keep in mind it is a 1pt PPR League.

 

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16 hours ago, chad72 said:

Same league again, week 3:

 

QBs: Flacco at Jax, Brock at NE

RBs: Gurley, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Ameer Abdullah

WRs: Dez BryantBrandon Marshall, Randall Cobb, Will Fuller, Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Wallace

TEs: Antonio Gates, Gary Barnidge

DEF: Eagles (might look to stream an alternate D, not the best matchup vs Pitt)

K: Justin Tucker

 

Or do I sit Will Fuller at the flex? I have a feeling Belichick might scheme double coverage towards Fuller instead of Hopkins because Hopkins won't take the top off but Fuller can. I have real good depth at WR, so playing Marshall or Wallace over Fuller is tempting. 

 

Thoughts???

 

Well since Abdullah is out, that's about all the choices you have.

I would consider sitting either Bryant or Fuller for Mike Wallace.  Crazy, I know, but he has a great matchup, better than Bryant, and I hate playing receivers vs the patriots because they can be hit or miss.

 

Stream any D facing the Colts...honestly.

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34 minutes ago, Narcosys said:
  1. I have Theo Riddick. Now since Ahmeer Abdullah is now out for the season, would Riddick be the better play against #2 run defense Packers, or Latavius Murray vs the #1 run defense Titans?

 

I also have AJ Green, who faces the Broncos this week.  Not a good matchup and I expect another dud from him. With that being said, who should I play in place of him for flex?

 

Mohammud Sanu @Saints (29th)

Tajae Sharp vs Raiders (32nd)

Jerrick Mckinnon @Panthers (22nd)

Darren Sproles vs Steelers (23rd)

 

Keep in mind it is a 1pt PPR League.

 

 

Sproles vs Steelers in a PPR. Just look at how well Giovani Bernard did vs the Steelers. The Eagles will fall behind eventually and Sproles will be a big factor, that is why I feel he is a strong play in PPR this week.

 

A.J.Green will do better vs the Broncos, do not sit him. Steelers did not play him 1-on-1, they schemed him out with bracketing, IMO. Broncos love to play the best wide outs 1-on-1 (unless it is a 3rd and long) with the hope that their pass rush will get to the QB, that is how they roll. That is how a QB like Luck can get a 20 plus yard run with the CBs having their backs to him because they shadow pretty well. A.J.Green is a size mismatch for any CB if they play him 1-on-1 (except maybe Sherman). 

 

Also, find out about the Bengals' OL, I don't think they changed any faces but could be wrong. Last year, in the championship game in week 16, with a rookie QB in A.J.McCarron, I was hoping for the Broncos' D on my roster to get some points against them on MNF in Denver. I fell flat there, mainly because the Bengals' OL is stout. Look at their recent performance vs the Steelers. Both fumbles were on a wide out and an RB (not the QB), they had only 1 sack on the QB the entire game vs the Bengals' OL in Pitt. That tells me that the Bengals' OL, in Pitt, held up pretty well, this game is in Cincy. That is why I feel you should not sit A.J.Green because without Ware, the Bengals' OL will play stout vs the Broncos' D and give Dalton just enough time to make AJ productive, plus his catch radius is far bigger than the smaller Colts wide outs, so he can beat with speed and size. They will double Von Miller, unlike the Colts :( and make it work. That is my reasoning and I am sticking to it :)

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27 minutes ago, Narcosys said:

 

Well since Abdullah is out, that's about all the choices you have.

I would consider sitting either Bryant or Fuller for Mike Wallace.  Crazy, I know, but he has a great matchup, better than Bryant, and I hate playing receivers vs the patriots because they can be hit or miss.

 

Stream any D facing the Colts...honestly.

 

Especially since Fuller is playing on TNF, and playing the Patriots, he is my target to replace. On D, I picked up the Dolphins vs the Browns, and hope they can do some damage.

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I just picked up Melvin Gordon...I love my Colts but we give up the most fantasy points to RBs....should I start him in my flex position or put Mark Ingram? Currently my starting RBs are Isaiah Crowell, David Johnson, and Ingram. 

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15 minutes ago, James Harden said:

I just picked up Melvin Gordon...I love my Colts but we give up the most fantasy points to RBs....should I start him in my flex position or put Mark Ingram? Currently my starting RBs are Isaiah Crowell, David Johnson, and Ingram. 

Ingram has the higher floor, Gordon has the most upside with the highest ceiling. I would play the riskier play of Gordon because of the softer matchup.

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On 9/20/2016 at 4:47 PM, chad72 said:

Same league again, week 3:

 

QBs: Flacco at Jax, Brock at NE

RBs: Gurley, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Ameer Abdullah

WRs: Dez BryantBrandon Marshall, Randall Cobb, Will Fuller, Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Wallace

TEs: Antonio Gates, Gary Barnidge

DEF: Eagles (might look to stream an alternate D, not the best matchup vs Pitt)

K: Justin Tucker

 

Or do I sit Will Fuller at the flex? I have a feeling Belichick might scheme double coverage towards Fuller instead of Hopkins because Hopkins won't take the top off but Fuller can. I have real good depth at WR, so playing Marshall or Wallace over Fuller is tempting. 

 

Thoughts???

You need to trade one of your WR's. That WR bench is outrageously talented and deep. Foster isn't playing this week and Abdullah is on IR. You need to trade up at QB or TE and maybe get a backup RB from one of them as well.

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5 hours ago, James Harden said:

I just picked up Melvin Gordon...I love my Colts but we give up the most fantasy points to RBs....should I start him in my flex position or put Mark Ingram? Currently my starting RBs are Isaiah Crowell, David Johnson, and Ingram. 

I'd play Gordon over Crowell.

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Once I saw Colts picked up Street this morning I dropped John Brown and grabbed Dorsett. Don't plan on playing him (have Julio, Cooks, Cobb, and Sharpe) but don't want anyone else getting a useful player.

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On 9/20/2016 at 4:47 PM, chad72 said:

Same league again, week 3:

 

QBs: Flacco at Jax, Brock at NE

RBs: Gurley, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Ameer Abdullah

WRs: Dez BryantBrandon Marshall, Randall Cobb, Will Fuller, Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Wallace

TEs: Antonio Gates, Gary Barnidge

DEF: Eagles (might look to stream an alternate D, not the best matchup vs Pitt)

K: Justin Tucker

 

Or do I sit Will Fuller at the flex? I have a feeling Belichick might scheme double coverage towards Fuller instead of Hopkins because Hopkins won't take the top off but Fuller can. I have real good depth at WR, so playing Marshall or Wallace over Fuller is tempting. 

 

Thoughts???

 

I doubt Foster play's. assuming it;s a flex with 3 RB starting, I'd prolly go Marshall or Wallace.

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11 hours ago, Narcosys said:
  1. I have Theo Riddick. Now since Ahmeer Abdullah is now out for the season, would Riddick be the better play against #2 run defense Packers, or Latavius Murray vs the #1 run defense Titans?

 

I also have AJ Green, who faces the Broncos this week.  Not a good matchup and I expect another dud from him. With that being said, who should I play in place of him for flex?

 

Mohammud Sanu @Saints (29th)

Tajae Sharp vs Raiders (32nd)

Jerrick Mckinnon @Panthers (22nd)

Darren Sproles vs Steelers (23rd)

 

Keep in mind it is a 1pt PPR League.

 

 

Riddick and Tajae

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9 hours ago, James Harden said:

I just picked up Melvin Gordon...I love my Colts but we give up the most fantasy points to RBs....should I start him in my flex position or put Mark Ingram? Currently my starting RBs are Isaiah Crowell, David Johnson, and Ingram. 

 

Yes, yes and yes.

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PIck 2:

 

Carlos Hyde @ SEA

Eric Decker @ KC

Victor Cruz VS WAS

Allen Hurns VS BAL

Tajae Sharpe VS OAK

Markus Wheaton @ PHI

 

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1 hour ago, SilentHill said:

PIck 2:

 

Carlos Hyde @ SEA

Eric Decker @ KC

Victor Cruz VS WAS

Allen Hurns VS BAL

Tajae Sharpe VS OAK

Markus Wheaton @ PHI

 

Decker and I can't decide between sharpe or Cruz 

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13 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

Sproles vs Steelers in a PPR. Just look at how well Giovani Bernard did vs the Steelers. The Eagles will fall behind eventually and Sproles will be a big factor, that is why I feel he is a strong play in PPR this week.

So neither murray or Riddick, and go with sproles?

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In my Yahoo League I am the only one who is 2-0 haha. I am in a 10 team league and everyone else is 1-1 with one person being 0-2. Andrew only gave me 9 points but Decker and Olsen killed it with over 26! In Week 1 it was the Andrew show with 47.50 points so it's nice to see that my Pass catchers stepped up on a week that Andrew didn't give me much, Dez even gave me over 18, in Week 1 he only gave 1.3 points.

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12 hours ago, SilentHill said:

 

I doubt Foster play's. assuming it;s a flex with 3 RB starting, I'd prolly go Marshall or Wallace.

 

Oh yeah, Foster being bolded was a mistake. It is 2 RBs, 2 WRs and 1 FLEX.

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11 hours ago, Narcosys said:

So neither murray or Riddick, and go with sproles?

 

It is PPR, and Riddick does not have the competition that Sproles has.

 

I thought Sproles was a different question. Sorry about my scatter brain, sometimes I gloss over things much to my own chagrin :(. Between the two, go with Riddick over Sproles.

 

However, I would personally stick with A.J.Green

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Gronk is a game time decision tonight. Already in week 3 it would appear that Gronk, AP, and Gurley were not worth their first round values at the beginning of the season.

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20 minutes ago, bababooey said:

Gronk is a game time decision tonight. Already in week 3 it would appear that Gronk, AP, and Gurley were not worth their first round values at the beginning of the season.

I dodged a bullet on all of those guys in all 4 of my leagues

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23 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

I dodged a bullet on all of those guys in all 4 of my leagues

I'd say everyone else was worth their first round pick so far (aside from Bell), including Elliot and Miller as a late first rounder if you wanted to go RB because chances are on the swing back around you'd end up with a lower tier WR1 like Dez, Marshall, Cooks, Nelson.

 

Going Zero RB strategy this year looks pretty good so far as only Johnson, Elliot, and Miller have been worth their draft positions in the first round. Bell, Martin, Charles, Rawls, Foster have all been out in some way. Freeman, Lacy, Ingram, Hill, and Stewart haven't been worth their ADP. Anderson, L Murray, and MAYBE Hyde (one great, one abysmal week) have been well worth it if you went early but there are far more misses than hits.

 

I'm sure looking around most leagues it's the guys who stocked up early on WR (in ppr) and possibly grabbed Olsen/Reed or Cam/Rodgers and waited for Forte, Gore, Demarco, Gordon, Deangelo, Ware, T Coleman, Blount, Woodhead, and Gio are the ones in the best position right now either at the top of their leagues or 1-1 and looking good.

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10 minutes ago, bababooey said:

I'd say everyone else was worth their first round pick so far (aside from Bell), including Elliot and Miller as a late first rounder if you wanted to go RB because chances are on the swing back around you'd end up with a lower tier WR1 like Dez, Marshall, Cooks, Nelson.

 

Going Zero RB strategy this year looks pretty good so far as only Johnson, Elliot, and Miller have been worth their draft positions in the first round. Bell, Martin, Charles, Rawls, Foster have all been out in some way. Freeman, Lacy, Ingram, Hill, and Stewart haven't been worth their ADP. Anderson, L Murray, and MAYBE Hyde (one great, one abysmal week).

 

I'm sure looking around most leagues it's the guys who stocked up early on WR (in ppr) and possibly grabbed Olsen or Cam/Rodgers and waited for Forte, Gore, Demarco, Gordon, Deangelo, Ware, T Coleman, Blount, Woodhead, and Gio are the ones in the best position right now either at the top of their leagues or 1-1 and looking good.

 

It is not about who you have, it is about who you play.

 

I am limping in a league with AP, Foster occupying roster spots with Christine Michael, Latavius Murray and Giovanni Bernard as my RBs, and a slow starting Demaryius Thomas and Tyler Lockett along with Mike Evans as WRs. Outside Latavius Murray, Derek Carr and Mike Evans, no one on my roster is worth much, actually.

 

QBs: Derek Carr, Joe Flacco

 

RBs: Adrian Peterson, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Christine Michael, Giovanni Bernard

 

WRs: Demaryius Thomas, Mike Evans, Tyler Lockett

 

TEs (can be used in WR/TE slot): Julius Thomas, Jacob Tamme

 

DEF: Eagles, Patriots

 

This is probably the worst roster I have had in FF for a while from weeks 1-2. I am playing Flacco this week for a change of luck for my 0-2 record and the ones in bold are currently pegged to start. Wish me luck!!! I need it badly. :)

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2 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

It is not about who you have, it is about who you play.

 

I am limping in a league with AP, Foster occupying roster spots with Christine Michael, Latavius Murray and Giovanni Bernard as my RBs, and a slow starting Demaryius Thomas and Tyler Lockett along with Mike Evans as WRs. Outside Latavius Murray, Derek Carr and Mike Evans, no one on my roster is worth much, actually.

 

QBs: Derek Carr, Joe Flacco

 

RBs: Adrian Peterson, Latavius Murray, Arian Foster, Christine Michael, Giovanni Bernard

 

WRs: Demaryius Thomas, Mike Evans, Tyler Lockett

 

TEs (can be used in WR/TE slot): Julius Thomas, Jacob Tamme

 

DEF: Eagles, Patriots

 

This is probably the worst roster I have had in FF for a while from weeks 1-2. I am playing Flacco this week for a change of luck and the ones in bold are currently pegged to start. Wish me luck!!! I need it badly. :)

Good luck pal. It's definitely who you play, luckily who I have has been better than anyone that's played me so far. One other thing I did do early this year that has helped but broke my cardinal rule is going for Defense early. I rode Denver to the playoffs last year and it was just a game changer so I went with Houston and Denver early, but not insane early. Some people pick gostkowski and denver/seattle before they even have their first bench player but I waited until I had like 2 good bench players and didn't like the BPAs at the time. It was like do I want a good D that I will start weekly or a guy that I don't plan to start and may or may not pan out anyway.

 

I've been doing well. I'm 2-0 in both leagues, up by 60 points scored in the league I took David Johnson then waited on Gore, Deangelo, and Riddick. Will stink to lose Deangelo but if he gets me to 3-0 then hey that's good playoff odds. Also up 2-0 in my other league but in second by 20 points scored, straight up waited for Forte, Gore, and Riddick. Have Ivory and Henry but haven't used them yet.

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25 minutes ago, bababooey said:

I'd say everyone else was worth their first round pick so far (aside from Bell), including Elliot and Miller as a late first rounder if you wanted to go RB because chances are on the swing back around you'd end up with a lower tier WR1 like Dez, Marshall, Cooks, Nelson.

 

Going Zero RB strategy this year looks pretty good so far as only Johnson, Elliot, and Miller have been worth their draft positions in the first round. Bell, Martin, Charles, Rawls, Foster have all been out in some way. Freeman, Lacy, Ingram, Hill, and Stewart haven't been worth their ADP. Anderson, L Murray, and MAYBE Hyde (one great, one abysmal week) have been well worth it if you went early but there are far more misses than hits.

 

I'm sure looking around most leagues it's the guys who stocked up early on WR (in ppr) and possibly grabbed Olsen/Reed or Cam/Rodgers and waited for Forte, Gore, Demarco, Gordon, Deangelo, Ware, T Coleman, Blount, Woodhead, and Gio are the ones in the best position right now either at the top of their leagues or 1-1 and looking good.

I went wr in the first two rounds in 3 of my four leagues.  

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7 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

I went wr in the first two rounds in 3 of my four leagues.  

It's imperative to nail your first two rounds, that's why especially in ppr people are going WR early because there is lower chance of busting. Who did you grab your first few rounds? Are you all ppr?

 

For me it was

1. 4th of 12 - David Johnson, Jordy Nelson, Mike Evans, Greg Olsen and waited until the 14th for Stafford.

2. 3rd of 10 - Julio Jones, Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb, Aaron Rodgers (wanted Olsen but was taken the pick before, already had 3 WRs and didn't like any of the RB's that were BPA and wasn't gonna reach at TE).

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3 minutes ago, bababooey said:

It's imperative to nail your first two rounds, that's why especially in ppr people are going WR early because there is lower chance of busting. Who did you grab your first few rounds? Are you all ppr?

 

For me it was

1. David Johnson, Jordy Nelson, Mike Evans, Greg Olsen and waited until the 14th for Stafford.

2. Julio Jones, Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb, Aaron Rodgers (wanted Olsen but was taken the pick before, already had 3 WRs and didn't like any of the RB's that were BPA and wasn't gonna reach at TE).

I'm in all ppr

 

1.  Julio Jones

2. Allen Robinson (been disappointing so far)

 

1. Hopkins

2. J. Nelson

 

1. Beckham

2  marshall

 

1. Hopkins

2. L. Bell

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1 minute ago, jvan1973 said:

I'm in all ppr

 

1.  Julio Jones

2. Allen Robinson (been disappointing so far)

 

1. Hopkins

2. J. Nelson

 

1. Beckham

2  marshall

 

1. Hopkin

2. L. Bell

You gotta love that, luckily an elite WR like Julio can make up for shortcomings of Robinson considering almost half of every league has at least one complete bust in the first two rounds so far. Getting Bell back is gonna be great too. 

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8 minutes ago, bababooey said:

You gotta love that, luckily an elite WR like Julio can make up for shortcomings of Robinson considering almost half of every league has at least one complete bust in the first two rounds so far. Getting Bell back is gonna be great too. 

I grabbed d Williams in the 7th in that league too.   Been lucky so far except the woodhead trade.   Oh well

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14 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

I grabbed d Williams in the 7th in that league too.   Been lucky so far except the woodhead trade.   Oh well

Yea what can you do, Abdullah will be out a while too though. Grabbing Bell in the second and handcuffing Williams basically got you a high first round average weekly point total for a steal considering what you paid and you could get 20+ points from one of them every game this year. I'm bummed I will be losing Williams but if I can make it to 3-0 I'll be fine putting Gore or Riddick in.

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5 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

It is PPR, and Riddick does not have the competition that Sproles has.

 

I thought Sproles was a different question. Sorry about my scatter brain, sometimes I gloss over things much to my own chagrin :(. Between the two, go with Riddick over Sproles.

 

However, I would personally stick with A.J.Green

I am starting Mike Wallace and Jarvis Landry, no doubt there, but I can't decide on AJ Green or Allen Robinsons. I just do not like the matchup Green has, and Robinson has a good matchup and a large target share. Green will get plenty of targets, but I don't know if he will catch them. I'm really torn.

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20 minutes ago, Narcosys said:

I am starting Mike Wallace and Jarvis Landry, no doubt there, but I can't decide on AJ Green or Allen Robinsons. I just do not like the matchup Green has, and Robinson has a good matchup and a large target share. Green will get plenty of targets, but I don't know if he will catch them. I'm really torn.

 

FWIW Matt Berry has Allen Robinson as his WR6 and AJ Green as WR10 in ppr this week.

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40 minutes ago, Narcosys said:

I am starting Mike Wallace and Jarvis Landry, no doubt there, but I can't decide on AJ Green or Allen Robinsons. I just do not like the matchup Green has, and Robinson has a good matchup and a large target share. Green will get plenty of targets, but I don't know if he will catch them. I'm really torn.

 

When you are torn, lean on your stud. You can always come back and blame me :) if it backfires.

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19 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

When you are torn, lean on your stud. You can always come back and blame me :) if it backfires.

 

20 hours ago, Narcosys said:

I am starting Mike Wallace and Jarvis Landry, no doubt there, but I can't decide on AJ Green or Allen Robinsons. I just do not like the matchup Green has, and Robinson has a good matchup and a large target share. Green will get plenty of targets, but I don't know if he will catch them. I'm really torn.

 

Didn't mean to put your posts in the incorrect order, but think of it this way. This early in the season, heck even in a playoff race or in the playoffs, I'd want to play my studs over my hot, but inconsistent guys. If your studs go off and your hot guys don't then you are justified. If your studs fail you and the hot guys go off it stinks, yes, but not as bad as if you played your hot guys and they throw up a dud and your stud goes off.

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On 9/21/2016 at 9:31 PM, SilentHill said:

PIck 2:

 

Carlos Hyde @ SEA

Eric Decker @ KC

Victor Cruz VS WAS

Allen Hurns VS BAL

Tajae Sharpe VS OAK

Markus Wheaton @ PHI

 

 

Really need some help here, lol

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I like Cruz because the match up is favorable against Washington. Don't  know much about Tajae Sharpe; haven't really heard how he's doing so far in fantasy. 

 

Otherwise, Decker or Wheaton. I don't trust Jacksonville players very much right now.

 

 

 

 

 

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46 minutes ago, SilentHill said:

 

Really need some help here, lol

Sharpe and Decker are your best bets here

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21 hours ago, SilentHill said:

 

Really need some help here, lol

Decker def. You can go either sharpe or Cruz and hopefully get 10 points from either of them.

 

Matt berry has sharpe as WR31 and Cruz at WR45 this week. Decker is wr18

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I need 2 spots filled out of these. It's PPR

 

Baldwin

Sharpe

Cobb

Dorsett

M Thomas

 

Baldwin scares me because the Seahawks line is awful and Wilson is less mobile with his injury. The rest could put up great numbers or duds. Can't decide at all haha

 

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26 minutes ago, BPindy said:

I need 2 spots filled out of these. It's PPR

 

Baldwin

Sharpe

Cobb

Dorsett

M Thomas

 

Baldwin scares me because the Seahawks line is awful and Wilson is less mobile with his injury. The rest could put up great numbers or duds. Can't decide at all haha

 

 

Sharpe and Cobb is my suggestions

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    • it's kind of a win win though if we do have a bad season I won't be too upset and if we have a great season then that's awesome. unless we keep our coach and get like a late 20s pick cuz I mean we'd still get value but not as much maybe as a top 10 pick obviously. it's not as simple as just want a good season not this year. even though I always want the Colts to kick butt
    •   Denver won a superbowl with Brock Osweiler (plus a living corpse Manning). Osweiler (and Siemian both) looked a lot better under Kubiak's hand than any QB under O'Brians hand since he left Boston. Not to mention, O'Brian replaced Fitzpatrick with Hoyer, who was worse than his predecessor, then replaced Hoyer with Osweiler who also was worse than his predecessor. Imo, O'Brian couldn't install a system for his lesser talented QB's, which would've helped them use their strengths.   On the other hand, Pagano is a secondary coach. Let's see what he has done there? The Colts (Grigson) didn't draft a single player in the secondary in the first 3 years. Of the free agent additions: Davis become a first team all pro. Mike Adams made the pro bowl multiple times and played his best football over age 30 in Indy. Dwight Lowery had a decent year here, one of his best. Greg Toler wasn't good, but he played his best football in Indy. The Laron Landry project failed, but it failed more due to not being able to stay healthy, than production. (I didn't particularly like him though, but I can't say he was terrible when healthy.) Darius Butler become a decent player, having his best years of his carreer in Indy. Then, when the Colts finally decided to draft in the secondary: D'Joun Smith turned out to be a bust. Health issues again. Geathers became a fine player - sadly, health issues there again.  For T.J. Green, Hooker and Wilson the jury is still out. And they found Rashan Melvin off the streets. This is not bad at all. Most players, who stayed healthy, played their best in Indy. Of course talent matters. You can't make pro-bowlers out of journeymen.     Pagano's record is 15-7 at home and 13-14 on the road against coaches ahead of him. That's not a bad record considering that coaches ahead of him usually have better rosters under their control. (The numbers might be off by one or two here or there, due to coaching changes, etc. I might counted - or not counted - a game played against a previous coach. I also counted games against Harbaugh and Kubiak supposing they'd be in top10 being active. Anyway the true record must be close to the above.).   All in all, I think Pagano is right there where he belongs to after 3 winning plus 2 down seasons. Middle of the pack. But ..... I think, based on "potential", he is better than his current value. He is a top10 coach on my list.   I know many of you guys strongly disagree, but that's my honest opinion. There are better coaches in the NFL than him. But not many. So I really wish Pagano will prove himself in 2017. Aaand, if he fails and will be fired, then I cross my fingers that there will be at least one guy available of those "not many". (Yes, despite my belief that he is a fine coach, I agree that he has to go if he fails to prove himself. Because that's the right decision. But honestly, I'll be scared if that happens. It won't be easy to find a better guy. And there is always a chance to be ChipKelly-d....)  
    • Banner was up to 260Lbs He was at 253lbs for the combine with a goal of 245lbs. I thought that's what I read.  Walker adding 7 so he's back up over 240.    Wilson at 207lbs jumps out to me. We heard about "football shape" for him. He was 211lbs at the combine. You'd think him being in better shape would make him a blink quicker. If he's a little faster we may not get him. I'm excited to see this kid with Hooker on the back end. If we can get Geathers back we could have something.   
    •   And, wittness such a weird offseason. Giving up a fortune for Mahomes, letting Poe (+Howard) go then sign Bennie Logan for similar cash? Let Charles, Knile Davis go then sign C.J. Spiller? And finally, let Maclin go and not even try to do something with the WR depth. (There was Decker available for example....)   These remind me a bit of what happened in Philly when Chip Kelly took full control. He let McCoy go then signed Murray and Matthews to huge contracts, etc. Weird moves.   Reid is not Kelly, the old man is proven and good. But still.... something doesn't feel right for me there.
    • Even though this is Camp weight [nothing to get riled over] there are a few players that intrigued me weight wise. Hooker, Woods(23lbs is alot of weight), just to name a few
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