With Aaron Rodgers returning most people typically don’t like to start a player in their first game back returning from injury. IMO Rodgers is no exception (assuming you have an alternative top 10 option). But the point is that has a 100% direct effect on Jordy Nelson. I don’t like Nelson either this week, but I do like Williams. Could be a run…[Read more]
That’s a lot. What are your league settings? For us it’s…
– 1 pt tackle
– 3 pts sack
– 2 pts int
– 2 pts force fumble
– 6 pts TD
– 2 pts safety
Many of those categories are just inconsistent “luck” like safetys, and forced fumbles. However, you can measure a guy on the more “expected” stats like ints, tackles, sacks.
Nance getting a chance to be an everyday starter has been great for him. Almost playing the same MPG from last year but nice to see the jump in PPG and REBs. If he can keep that FG% up and get more time on the court could be a 15 PPG type of streamer.
Tate has 3 staright games of 7 catches. I’d swap him and Hopkins. He deserves a top 5 spot this week, especially with a jackpot matchup vs Cleveland. Can very realistically have 5+ catches 100+ yards and min 1 TD.
Craig replied to the topic Fantasy Football Breakdown podcast! Week 7 waivers, listener questions in the forum Fantasy Football 4 months, 1 week ago
I think Kamara is at the point where you must start him each week in PPR. With or without AP he basically has the same role. Neither value changed (that much) since AP wasn’t doing much in the first place. Yes in theory it’s good news for them, and maybe a couple snaps more, but nothing substantial to make a huge difference……….
Am I crazy to think you just start every available player on nights when there isn’t a full schedule? What’s the benefit of leaving a player on your bench when there is a vacant roster spot? Worst case scenario hurts your +/-? Everything else is a plus….