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So the trade I suggested never went down last week.  With Donta Freeman out, I have some roster decisions to make.

RB-starting Ingram.  Need another.  Tevin Coleman vs. Vikings (7th rated run D) with a decent workload or "boom or bust Matt Jones" vs Giants 22nd ranked run D?  Jones could light it up but he might have 3 carries.  I have little faith in Tevin Coleman and think he pretty much sucks.

Flex-I'm starting Stefon Diggs vs. ATL (4th ranked WR D) instead of Jeremy "i was good last year" Maclin vs. Buffalo's 21st ranked WR D because 1) Diggs gets targets 2) Alex Smith sucks and 3) Maclin has sucked since week 4.  Any differences of opinion?

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John Paulsen and Sean Koerner (top 2 experts at Fantasy Pros) said to go with Coleman and Diggs, and pretty decisively.  I can't see Coleman doing much but volume helps I guess. 

I'm thinking Maclin is somebody to cut unless that complete piece of shit Alex Smith gets hurt (which would also likely be better for the Chiefs).



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HBF wrote: John Paulsen and Sean Koerner (top 2 experts at Fantasy Pros) said to go with Coleman and Diggs, and pretty decisively.  I can't see Coleman doing much but volume helps I guess. 

I'm thinking Maclin is somebody to cut unless that complete piece of shit Alex Smith gets hurt (which would also likely be better for the Chiefs).
Got to go with the experts here.  Diggs is going up against a rookie CB I think and Jones has this fumbleitis thing down pat.   Every play the Redskins run might be a Kirk Cousins pass.



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What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.



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HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.   



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Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.  
Thanks AA. I suppose I will stick with Diggs for exactly the same reason-we both are Charlie Brown.



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HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.  
Thanks AA. I suppose I will stick with Diggs for exactly the same reason-we both are Charlie Brown.
Lucy strikes again.  Maclin suddenly remembers he was a good WR once upon a time and Baldwin with two TD's.  Graham getting hurt is helping I suppose and that nimrod Landry Jones is likely a Seahawk spy.  Coleman though no TD did rush for 110 yards so not all bad.  I had Diggs in on one of my teams but i think he will be sitting next week if my other options are better or the wire has something.



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Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.  
Thanks AA. I suppose I will stick with Diggs for exactly the same reason-we both are Charlie Brown.
Lucy strikes again.  Maclin suddenly remembers he was a good WR once upon a time and Baldwin with two TD's.  Graham getting hurt is helping I suppose and that nimrod Landry Jones is likely a Seahawk spy.  Coleman though no TD did rush for 110 yards so not all bad.  I had Diggs in on one of my teams but i think he will be sitting next week if my other options are better or the wire has something.
I won and still have Benjamin tonight.  Hopefully Gronk is okay.

Do you believe I called Baldwin (3 Tds and a ton of yards) and, of course, didn't pick him up?  I'm still Charlie Brown.....



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HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.  
Thanks AA. I suppose I will stick with Diggs for exactly the same reason-we both are Charlie Brown.
Lucy strikes again.  Maclin suddenly remembers he was a good WR once upon a time and Baldwin with two TD's.  Graham getting hurt is helping I suppose and that nimrod Landry Jones is likely a Seahawk spy.  Coleman though no TD did rush for 110 yards so not all bad.  I had Diggs in on one of my teams but i think he will be sitting next week if my other options are better or the wire has something.
I won and still have Benjamin tonight.  Hopefully Gronk is okay.

Do you believe I called Baldwin (3 Tds and a ton of yards) and, of course, didn't pick him up?  I'm still Charlie Brown.....

Even worse, I did pick him up (independent of this discussion), and didn't play him.  Had I played him, I would've won my week.

That's the worst type of loss--one you could've won had you set your lineup differently.



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True DFG. I sat Maclin as he hadn't done anything for 7 weeks and played Diggs, who did nothing. Thankfully I got production elsewhere and am #2 seed in my division which means I have to play 1st round unless the top guy loses next week and I win. 

Guys that intrigue me for the playoffs include Golden Tate (matchup vs. NO which is always good for points), fucking Ameer Abdullah (same, NO on the schedule and maybe, just maybe he becomes productive), the aforementioned Baldwin, and Malcom Floyd (easy schedule but seems to be injured).  I'm going to drop Matt Jones and likely Robert Turbin. The Skins backfield is a mess and the Cowboys aren't doing much with teams stacking the line against bad passing.  I might start Devin "Mr Unpredictable" Funchess against the hapless Saints secondary.  That might be fun.

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HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: HBF wrote: What do you think of picking up Doug Baldwin to play him against Pitt instead of Diggs? I can see Pittsburgh lighting the vastly overrated Seahawks up and that's the kind of game where Wilson might need to throw a lot. Jimmy Graham is a pussy and Wilson knows it so he's not the target hog he was in NO.  I'd drop Matt Jones for him this morning if I did this.
I guess Baldwin has a chance to outproduce Diggs but Seattle seems committed to the run and while it's not an ideal matchup I'm thinking they are going to keep shoving Rawls down the Steelers throats.

Neither QB gets me all excited either to be honest but Wilson is likely to pass for more yards and deep in the Steelers end of the field Wilson I think is going to be more likely to pass for a TD than Bridgewater will.  So Baldwin maybe a little more likely to wind up with a TD.

Tough call.  I would probably stick with Diggs which means your play is likely Baldwin, FTW, lol.  
Thanks AA. I suppose I will stick with Diggs for exactly the same reason-we both are Charlie Brown.
Lucy strikes again.  Maclin suddenly remembers he was a good WR once upon a time and Baldwin with two TD's.  Graham getting hurt is helping I suppose and that nimrod Landry Jones is likely a Seahawk spy.  Coleman though no TD did rush for 110 yards so not all bad.  I had Diggs in on one of my teams but i think he will be sitting next week if my other options are better or the wire has something.
I won and still have Benjamin tonight.  Hopefully Gronk is okay.

Do you believe I called Baldwin (3 Tds and a ton of yards) and, of course, didn't pick him up?  I'm still Charlie Brown.....
If Baldwin is still available it might be an idea to grab him anyways.  Maybe not at the expense of Maclin but maybe Diggs now.  Grabbed him on one of my 2 teams( a struggling Demaryous Thomas, Diggs, Rishard Matthews,  the useless Willie Snead, I figured what the heck.  Of course I picked him up during the game so hopefully he keeps it up now,
Will Rawls and Ware I should be ok at RB and still have Charcandrick West and TJ Yeldon, Eifert at TE and Carr and Bortles.


I'll be 6-5-1 when I wake up tomorrow and 5th with a decent shot to make the playoffs.

My other team will be 8-4 and 3rd so likely going to the playoffs there.  If DeMarco Murray could actually run I would probably be in 2nd.  It's funny that neither team has any QB I started the season with.  Luck and Tannehill for this team and RomoFlop and Dalton(can't remember why I dropped him but I did and it was early.)  Each team only has 4 players left from the draft which by my count means I can't draft for shit.  



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My bench is filled with backup RBs: Robert Turbin, Jay Ayaji, Matt Jones, Tevin Coleman and Tim Hightower.
I'd look to add Baldwin and maybe Abdullah and drop Turbin and Devin Funchess (although I might play Funchess against NO-they are so bad!). 

How do you pick up during games? ESPN locks the player once the game starts.



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This week I played against Russell Wilson, Brandon Marshall, Luke Kuechly, Jarvis Landry, AJ Green and Adrian Peterson. I had the second highest point total in the league but lost... to Count Grog.



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yellowdog wrote: This week I played against Russell Wilson, Brandon Marshall, Luke Kuechly, Jarvis Landry, AJ Green and Adrian Peterson. I had the second highest point total in the league but lost... to Count Grog.Yeah, that's the FFL Gods way.  The guy with the best record in our league has about the same point total cumulatively as I do but has had 150+ points less scored against him. Sometimes the best strategy is "play good defense". :)



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Yeah I know- Russell Wilson knocked it out of the park this week!!! I have him in my yahoo league, but still need Barnidge Cleveland TE to have a big night for me to win.

My RBs (Frank Gore and Chris Johnson) did me in this week.

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