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  1. #126
    We've got a job to do. Darth_Pelican's Avatar
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    I need Tucker to kick about 5 FGs tonight k thanks.

  2. #127
    Veteran SpursforSix's Avatar
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    I need Tucker to kick about 5 FGs tonight k thanks.
    Good luck. 5 PATs is more likely.

  3. #128
    Dončić Dynasty monosylab1k's Avatar
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    Raheem Mostert (solid matchup, but one fumble could get him permabenched) or Devin Singletary (awful matchup, and Frank Gore still steals goal line carries for no good reason, but also getting pretty close to RB1 level touches)?

  4. #129
    Veteran SpursforSix's Avatar
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    Raheem Mostert (solid matchup, but one fumble could get him permabenched) or Devin Singletary (awful matchup, and Frank Gore still steals goal line carries for no good reason, but also getting pretty close to RB1 level touches)?
    I like Mostert pretty easily here.

  5. #130
    My Favorite Faded Fantasy The Gemini Method's Avatar
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    I need Tucker to kick about 5 FGs tonight k thanks.
    I'm with you on that Tucker need. I would like 5 fgs haha. or at least 4 XPs and like 3 fgs...

  6. #131
    My Favorite Faded Fantasy The Gemini Method's Avatar
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    Raheem Mostert (solid matchup, but one fumble could get him permabenched) or Devin Singletary (awful matchup, and Frank Gore still steals goal line carries for no good reason, but also getting pretty close to RB1 level touches)?
    How does Breida's return hamper into Mostert's cut of the carries?

  7. #132
    Dončić Dynasty monosylab1k's Avatar
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    How does Breida's return hamper into Mostert's cut of the carries?
    Yeah that’s the concerning part. Every last “expert” acts like Breida is irrelevant and that Mostert is an RB2 lock. I’d bet one 40 yd run from Breida would change that dynamic quickly.

    But then Singletary could get 15-20 touches of just running into a brick wall.

  8. #133
    Erryday I'm Hustlin' Robz4000's Avatar
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    Raheem Mostert (solid matchup, but one fumble could get him permabenched) or Devin Singletary (awful matchup, and Frank Gore still steals goal line carries for no good reason, but also getting pretty close to RB1 level touches)?
    Mostert will prolly get a TD or two imo, so he's a good bet.

  9. #134
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    Yeah that’s the concerning part. Every last “expert” acts like Breida is irrelevant and that Mostert is an RB2 lock. I’d bet one 40 yd run from Breida would change that dynamic quickly.

    But then Singletary could get 15-20 touches of just running into a brick wall.
    I have both Singletary and Breida. Not sure if I'll start either one. I had Mark Andrews and Justin Tucker. Got a solid game from Andrews. Though that one incomplete pass from Jackson when Andrews was streaking would've been nice. That would've covered up the Justin Tucker lack of usage.

  10. #135
    Veteran SpursforSix's Avatar
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    How does Breida's return hamper into Mostert's cut of the carries?
    Maybe a little but not enough to not play Mostert with some confidence. There was some comment by Shanny recently praising Mostert and talking about him earning the #1 spot.
    And I don't think he's one to go RBBC crazy like Pederson or LeFleur.

  11. #136
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    So, I'm winning my game 141-139. My opponent is done, and I have Jared Cook tonight.

    With Cook in the lineup, my "chance of winning" (according to Yahoo) is 93%. If I remove him from the lineup, of course that changes to 100% because the game would be over.

    So, should I bench Cook just in case he fumbles and gets negative yards? Or is that considered unsportsmanlike to intentionally play an empty slot?

  12. #137
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    For the first time this whole season, my team did not produce. I'm winning by 7 with my opponent having Brees and Kamara vs my Michael Thomas. Lost Cook and got nothing from Cooper. The 49er D was a no-show. A sputtering effort again. a 12-1 season gone to waste unless somehow Thomas outscores the two teammates. At least I won my buy-in back.

  13. #138
    We've got a job to do. Darth_Pelican's Avatar
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    My opponent had Perriman (3 tds), Aaron Jones (2 tds), and Barkley (2 tds). Needless to say, I lost. Fml.

  14. #139
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    My opponent had Perriman (3 tds), Aaron Jones (2 tds), and Barkley (2 tds). Needless to say, I lost. Fml.
    I had Winston (4TD, 450+ yards), Aaron Jones (2TD), Miles Sanders (2TD and 120+ yards, 6 rec, 50 yards), Waller (100+ yards) and Godwin (100+ yard) and still lost.

  15. #140
    We've got a job to do. Darth_Pelican's Avatar
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    I had Winston (4TD, 450+ yards), Aaron Jones (2TD), Miles Sanders (2TD and 120+ yards, 6 rec, 50 yards), Waller (100+ yards) and Godwin (100+ yard) and still lost.
    Sickening

  16. #141
    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    So, I'm winning my game 141-139. My opponent is done, and I have Jared Cook tonight.

    With Cook in the lineup, my "chance of winning" (according to Yahoo) is 93%. If I remove him from the lineup, of course that changes to 100% because the game would be over.

    So, should I bench Cook just in case he fumbles and gets negative yards? Or is that considered unsportsmanlike to intentionally play an empty slot?
    You'll need to ask SFS. He's the expert on fantasy football sportsmanship.

    Otherwise, it's your team, do whatever the you want

  17. #142
    Savvy Veteran spurraider21's Avatar
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    bench cook and dont think twice. ive never heard of that strat being unsportsmanlike.

    i ended up 5th/12 in my main league... frustrating because my team went off this week (tyreek/kelce/ingram) after duds last week, when i got knocked out of the first round.

    that said, i'm in the finals in my 14 man office league, which i generally care less about, so i'm still guaranteed a net positive season.

  18. #143
    Veteran SpursforSix's Avatar
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    You'll need to ask SFS. He's the expert on fantasy football sportsmanship.

    Otherwise, it's your team, do whatever the you want
    LOL...your panties are still in a wad?

  19. #144
    Veteran SpursforSix's Avatar
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    bench cook and dont think twice. ive never heard of that strat being unsportsmanlike.

    i ended up 5th/12 in my main league... frustrating because my team went off this week (tyreek/kelce/ingram) after duds last week, when i got knocked out of the first round.

    that said, i'm in the finals in my 14 man office league, which i generally care less about, so i'm still guaranteed a net positive season.
    Here...let's ask spurraider...he's unbiased.

    So if you've been eliminated from the playoffs, do you quit setting your lineup even if you've got multiple inactive players starting? And it up for the rest of the teams still in contention?
    Or do you just take the couple of minutes and set your roster?

  20. #145
    Savvy Veteran spurraider21's Avatar
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    Here...let's ask spurraider...he's unbiased.

    So if you've been eliminated from the playoffs, do you quit setting your lineup even if you've got multiple inactive players starting? And it up for the rest of the teams still in contention?
    Or do you just take the couple of minutes and set your roster?
    you should still set lineups. you cant act as a de-facto bye week for other players towards the end of the season.

    thats different than arcadian's example, where he's competing to win. benching cook isn't "tanking" to give somebody else a free win, its competing.

    general rule of thumb is you should always play to win. i think the only grey area is where you are locked into a playoff spot and consider tanking the last week to determine who does or doesnt make playoffs if you think that gives you an advantage

  21. #146
    Veteran Arcadian's Avatar
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    bench cook and dont think twice. ive never heard of that strat being unsportsmanlike.

    i ended up 5th/12 in my main league... frustrating because my team went off this week (tyreek/kelce/ingram) after duds last week, when i got knocked out of the first round.

    that said, i'm in the finals in my 14 man office league, which i generally care less about, so i'm still guaranteed a net positive season.
    Done. I guess it's sort of like fouling up 3 in basketball. I'm not gonna pull a Popovich and do something that increases my chances of losing just for "honor" or some .

    In other news, thanks to the dumbass who dropped Kenyan Drake in week 13, which made this whole playoff run possible for me 39 points yesterday

  22. #147
    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    Here...let's ask spurraider...he's unbiased.

    So if you've been eliminated from the playoffs, do you quit setting your lineup even if you've got multiple inactive players starting? And it up for the rest of the teams still in contention?
    Or do you just take the couple of minutes and set your roster?
    Lol no, it's definitely you with panties all wadded up

  23. #148
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    you should still set lineups. you cant act as a de-facto bye week for other players towards the end of the season.

    thats different than arcadian's example, where he's competing to win. benching cook isn't "tanking" to give somebody else a free win, its competing.

    general rule of thumb is you should always play to win. i think the only grey area is where you are locked into a playoff spot and consider tanking the last week to determine who does or doesnt make playoffs if you think that gives you an advantage
    Agree.

  24. #149
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    Lol no, it's definitely you with panties all wadded up
    Dude...what is your problem. I made a pretty innocuous comment about you not setting your lineup. Even added an "lol" to it.
    Then you got defensive about it. Most fantasy players would agree with me and think you're kind of an asshole for pussing out just because there wasn't any money on the line.

    You're the one that brought it up again.

  25. #150
    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    I brought you up for s and giggles, fantasy cop. I don't really care who agrees with you. If you're gonna whine about it then change the rules to make everyone participate every game. If not, tough , you'll have to live with your panties way up all in there, dude.

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