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Adam Thielen against Baltimore or Keenan Allen against Denver? PPR – Joe
That’s close, but with Stefon Diggs ruled out again, I’d go with Thielen in an easier matchup.
Good call for me to put Hunter Henry in my FLEX last week. Should I do it again over Bilal Powell or Eddie Lacy? – Andrew
Yes. Powell is going to split time with Matt Forte and Elijah Mcguire, and Lacy will do the same with all the backs in Seattle. Henry has been great when he gets snaps, and he’s getting a large majority of them now with the Chargers winning.
Brett Hundley over Russell Wilson and Big Ben? – Fernando
That’s how I have it in our rankings, but they’re all close. Hundley carries a little more risk, but he’s got weapons and will have to score against Drew Brees and the Saints.
If Josh Norman plays on Monday night, is Nelson Agholor a better play than Alshon Jeffery? – Randy
I would say yes. Despite being available in almost 40% of ESPN leagues, Agholor is the 12th best fantasy receiver through six weeks, and Carson Wentz would likely work him and Zach Ertz over the middle instead of testing Norman.
In a dynasty league where I’m 3-3 and he’s 4-2 (but his team isn’t that good), should I trade Odell Beckham Jr. for John Brown and a 2018 1st round pick? It’s Beckham but I think I can make a run this year. – Chris
Do it. It’s important to not chase championships by putting the future in jeopardy, but I don’t think you’re doing that, as I’d rather have a high-to-mid 1st round pick next year than Beckham, so getting John Brown to help you in 2017 and beyond is just an added bonus.
I concur on the last one. Most will think getting rid of OBJ is not smart but next year is a stacked draft class even after Barkley. Though it’s probably a good deal for the other team also.
Odell is overrated anyway
That Agholor has been very impressive to me this year
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