Originally Posted by CaptainSneakerhead23
I could sit Randle, start Yeldon at RB 2 and Flex Evans but with Dunbar out I think Randle will bounce back. My intuition also tells me Evans may have a good game.
I also have Woodhead to throw in the mix but then that just makes me even more confused
I would do that. Sit Randle, slot Yeldon at RB2 and Flex Mikey Evans. Feeling stronger and stronger that Evans will have a game like the one vs. Houston on 9/27. Potentially grab his first TD of the '15 season. Evans may not get double-digit TD again this year, but 12 from last season were not a fluke either.
Originally Posted by srvballer
Jeremy Hill or Abdullah this Sunday? (.5 PPR)
Abdullah. I'm sitting Hill this week, I don't like the Seattle match-up. Abdullah was running hard versus the very same Seahawks, although the numbers clearly don't show it. Zenner is a slight concern but you can't deny Ameer's insane cutback ability. That type of game-changing skill-set needs to be on the field as much as possible.
Originally Posted by jonwin
Pick 1 (standard scoring):
Pick 1 (standard scoring):
CJ2K. I wanna start Hyde but he's done virtually nothing since the successful season opener. NYG are actually best against the run in YPG allowed, while worst in pass YPG allowed. Kaep and the 49ers have already discussed getting Q and Torrey more involved. CJ2K has been a pleasant surprise even if Arians goes RBBC.
Blount. I find myself sitting Randle in most weeks this league. Nearly coughed the ball up on the goal line last week. Is this the week Michael gets more than 1 carry?
Originally Posted by williamontana
Should I start any of harvin, Baldwin or ameer over Jeremy hill this week?
Ameer. Hill sits this week, you're basically hoping for a goal line TD from him.
Originally Posted by davinci
Should I pick up Herron and drop Dixon?
I would keep Boobie. Herron is more a change-of-pace, third down-type back. Dixon should be the lead back in terms of receiving early-down carries.
Originally Posted by rck3sactown
who to start
Peyton @ Oakland
Rivers vs Pittsburgh
Rivers has had two 350-yard (or more) passing games this season, Detroit and Cleveland. Not sure how much I trust his makeshift OL to keep him upright. I'm recommending Peyton. He's still got DT and Sanders, Oakland is second worst in pass YPG allowed, only better than the Giants.
Originally Posted by junglejim
Would anyone trade Randall Cobb for Dez Bryant and Doug Martin? Standard scoring, 8 man league.
Think I saw you say you're undefeated. You can afford to risk and wait for Dezzy's return. The bye week is timely for Dallas, possible Dez plays October 25th vs. NYG. Otherwise November 1st against the Seahawks. Fairly confident with or without Romo, Bryant will produce. He's an elite receiver and that's what elite WRs do. Look at Nuk's QB situation, and Hopkins isn't even quite in Dez's tier just yet. Depending on when you start playoffs, you would still ideally get Dez for 7-8 good weeks of production. That's worth it for upside over Cobb, plus Martin gives you RB3/Flex depth. Had his best game of the season last week. Let's say worst case scenario you lose the next two after trading for Bryant, 4-2 with Dez returning ain't bad at all for the playoff picture.
Originally Posted by slowrolling
Do I need to target another RB? Who? Dealing w/ a slightly busted up WR corps currently.
Gurley serves as your RB1, Hyde is beyond solid as a RB2, and Spiller has upside as a RB3 pass-catcher. If anything, you might need to shore up WR2. Hank is playing out of his mind but due for regression. Davante Adams has been a bust and I'm putting it kindly. Moncrief has balled out but only saw 3 targets last night vs. Houston. I mean, Dorsett saw 2 targets in comparison. Not a good sign. Sammy's had one serviceable game the entire season.
Originally Posted by fx2
thoughts on a j randle for m bennett trade straight up?
I would keep Randle unless you're in dire need of a starting TE. Don't get too comfortable with Lewis, Bill is flaky with RBs. Woodhead is a serviceable PPR RB2, but Randle has more rushing upside behind Dallas' dominant OL.