he got Sherman covering him right?
hopefully J.THomas abuses them like old *** Gates did somehow.
Second grouping. I think Cobb is the strongest PPR player of the six, but the second set has consistent producers week in and week out. Mike Evans still has to get past that rookie WR hurdle and now has to gel with Glennon. CJ should start losing touches by the week with the emergence of Ivory, but he'll still get good looks in the passing game. I like Sproles in the long-run, comparatively. Wheaton will emerge as a solid PPR player this year and has already shown those glimpses. Andre is aging, but he can still go 7 for 120 on any given night.
I wouldn't. Ceiling for Sammy is higher and DMC never stays healthy and thus far even while being on the field, he hasn't done too much to suggest he's worth the risk of his inevitable hammy strain or whatever.
Only one I would consider is Floyd over Jax, but Jax will be out for blood [pun intended] in Philly. Jax hasn't shown that big play yet but Floyd doesn't have Carson. I'd roll with Jax
Those pre-season trades are always tricky. Unless you're getting guaranteed production everything is a crap shoot. No way for you to know about injuries either
Pick two out of : Trent Richardson/Asiata/Terrence West/Lamar Miller
Im thinking Trent and Asiata
And for flex spot: Garcon or Watkins?
I'd just keep Watkins. Which RB's are free agents, you really are pretty thin at RB
Also in response to above, I don't see Patterson and Cobb being a wash. Cobb will be much more consistent
I think Marshall and Edelman can hold down your WR spots
I'd rather have Morris/Ball + Marshall/Edelman as my core
You're not going to lose sleep by parting with Johnson and Bush. I would do this in a heartbeat