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After yesterday who are you finally willing to give up on?

After yesterday who are you finally willing to give up on?

surfingwithgators

Rashaad Penny. Hurt again


Thromkai

What else is new? People talking about how he's Carson's handcuff or taking over Carson at some point, for the past few years and always say the same thing: Carson can't stay healthy. Dude, Penny can't stay healthy.


orangehorton

Alex Collins is the handcuff, he's a better fit for Seattle's run style than penny


lolsironically

Collins was also inactive yesterday, which was surprising to me. It seems likely he takes over if Carson gets hurt but was interesting they put Penny and Dallas over him (assuming Homer was active mostly for ST work).


orangehorton

I'm dumb, I forgot about Dallas, he's probably the handcuff over Collins, but I could see a committee if Carson goes down


BeeGeeEh

Go get yourself some Deejay Dallas while you can!


S420J

Hoping he can turn into something this year, love when my 4th rounders hit.


Scarletcuddlefish

Bryan Edwards. Its like he didn't even play yesterday. Damn gruden.


mathweedhoopsman

Lmfao this actually got me. Monday brain


gotcam189

Lol same. I have both him and Ruggs in one league and had half of a second of "oh my god, I didn't hear their names at all yesterday."


glassfloor11

Same. This seriously got me good.


LimberSiren

Hahahaha, this was good.


Stiffanys_epiphanies

Lol


jmb8283

How accurate this comment has been lol


godsmith2

Probably AJ Green, should've dropped him ages ago, we're on year 3 of the roster clog now.


Chris_the_Pirate

Yep. I was going to cut him this offseason and then there was noise of him finding a role in Arizona. I'll give it one more week but he's first to cut for me as things currently stand.


S420J

I actually like him as a buy-low candidate, got plenty of snaps and routes on what should be one of the best offenses in the league. Hopefully just needs some time to gel with a new teams Obviously it’s nothing compared to his value a couple years ago, but you could at make a bit of an argument if you’re trying to sell.


boredatwork9194

He turned 104 targets into 523 yards and 2 touchdowns last year. He was very good but I don't think he's turning it around


S420J

Damn... yea I didn't pay him much mind last year lol. Maybe a "buy-if the guy is about to drop him" type more-so.


bronton21

Rashaad Penny anyone? Dude was hurt again yesterday on his 2 touches. Im only holding in hopes someone signs him in a murky backfield next year where he will inevitably be injured again


MrBlueandSky

I held Alex Collins over him at cutdwons


bronton21

I was kind of surprised they didn't deal him when all the RBs went down and just roll w Carson, Dallas, Collins and Homer


MrBlueandSky

Maybe they tried and no one bought


LimberSiren

As a Seahawks fan, they shoulda traded him to Detroit for that 3rd or whatever it was back in 2019 near the trade deadline when Detroit was calling. They wanted more.


ishboh

Well at the time penny was worth more than he is now. Can’t foresee those injuries he got


LimberSiren

I disagree there. As a first round pick, you need to be working hard enough to force the coaching staff to put you on the field more often regardless of Carson being there. He did little in his rookie season, and barely did anything in the time before the trade deadline in 2019. He also missed a few weeks. At that point, your value is crushed as a running back. A third round pick is decent value back after potentially two seasons of nothing. He has done essentially nothing his entire career and we wouldn't have lost anything if we had traded him then.


RealDeal_3

Who is giving up anything for Rashaad Penny?


eshby

Yesterday I legitimately thought I might gonna cut him at some point this season. I kept him over jag-type wrs like mvs and pascal on cut down day because of rb scarcity but those dudes at least can fill in on bye weeks. But the dude is pretty much the definition of injury prone. He gets injured just by running out on the field by himself


Thromkai

I have Carson on a contending team. I'm a Seahawks fan. I had Rashaad Penny and happily traded him away. He might be the "handcuff" but he never ends up being the handcuff. So I secured Deejay Dallas and Alex Collins eternally ends up on waivers. Penny is a waste of a roster spot and honestly Dallas looked better than him during the summer.


bronton21

I actually kinda like Dallas and have been holding as well


Icy_Mortgage6654

MVS. He's been on and off my roster for two years, but I thought he might finally stick with all the talk about him refining his routes. Now, I'm ready to lose him for good (Schwartz is looking nice on the waiver wire...)


MrBlueandSky

I'd hold one more week. The whole packers offense looked like they mailed it in.


Icy_Mortgage6654

Would you hold him over Schwartz?


MrBlueandSky

I personally would, but I'm a GB fan. All reports out of camp were that MVS was looking good. I'd give him another week


i_shruted_it

Don't we hear that every single year with him?


JJRLZ

We do, but this year we heard Rodgers specifically saying how much MVS has matured, and that now he's a guy he feels he can trust


i_shruted_it

Fool Man won't get Fooled Again


JJRLZ

ARod went to MVS on a fourth-and-one from their own 30ish yard line in the first quarter, and he converted it. The trust seems to be there moreso than it has in the past, and the earliest of early results have him rewarding that trust with good play. I still don't think he'll be a regular fantasy contributor in most 10- and 12-team formats, but I do think this is the year he steps up for GB.


MrBlueandSky

In the past we heard it from fantasy analysts, but not from coaches/players/staff. Seems like different talk this year


I_fell_on_a_dog

Obviously he’ll never hit Adams levels, but when the Packers camp is saying the only issue is his hands at times, I’m hesitant to cut ties quickly.


Icy_Mortgage6654

Fair, and good to know! I'll hold on to him and let others kill themselves over Schwartz :)


GravyFantasy

I would, but I think GB will put it together. OBJ coming back and Donovan Peoples-Jones was generating some hype in his absence, idk if there's room for Schwartz on top of all that. I also don't think it's a big deal if you take the wrong guy out of the 2, so if you're a Browns fan go get your guy.


Icy_Mortgage6654

I'm a Steelers fan, so... The opposite. I do have OBJ on my roster though. Sounds like I should hold MVS for a bit, so I will.


surfingwithgators

Yes


Tanman7211

I’d take Schwartz. MVS has had plenty of time to produce playing with one of the greatest QBs of all time and still can’t consistently get the job done. Hell Rodgers put up MVP numbers last year and MVS still didn’t put up very good numbers.


Zoomun

No but I'm really high on Schwartz.


Jwagner0850

Cut him for Lazard a year ish ago. Cutt Lazard this off season. The number 2 on this team is hard to predict.


The_queens_cat

Could be Tonyan.


Jwagner0850

Absolutely


got_nations

You should probably hold on for 1 more week. 8 targets in 3 quarters is phenomenal and the packers were ASS yesterday. Volume seems there based on one week, he’s definitely a hold until next week especially after the preseason reports on him.


ToePunchKick

Urban Meyer.


SonOfAdam32

Surprised no Daniel Jones yet. I’ve been really hoping for something, especially after the addition of Golladay, but he hasn’t improved.


surfingwithgators

Yeah he looked rough. Would be shocked if he is the Giants' QB in 2022


prfarb

My friends and I like to talk about the worst starting QB in the league. He is my pick


truckingatwork

Was very happy to ship him for a 2022 2nd before the season started.


Terbmagic

That... does not seem like a good deal for you


SonOfAdam32

If he's rebuilding that might be the best he can get. It really varies by league. I'm trying to ship him for a 1st round pick value, even if I'm packaging a 2nd with him to do it, and not getting any takers. The most QB needy teams in my league are in a rebuild and savvy rebuilders won't wanna trade for him. Oversharing but I'm a contender and I figure if the best I can get is a 2nd I'll hold him in case my QBs go down and need a spot start


truckingatwork

Yea it was mostly about roster limitations why I was getting rid of him. Coming off the chip last year my other QB's are Russel Wilson, Herbert, & Allen. He was prob going to get cut after the rookie draft this year just because I didn't have roster space. Would rather have the 2nd than nothing. It's a 1QB league.


truckingatwork

My other QB's are Russell Wilson, Herbert, & Allen. He was prob going to get cut after the rookie draft this year just because I didn't have roster space. Would rather have the 2nd than nothing. It's a 1QB league.


Terbmagic

Oh ok 1qb yeah hes crap.


ImmaculateMoose

This may be an outlier opinion, but as a Bronco's fan, I thought he looked decent all things considered. Aside from the bad fumble, he put together some decent drives and decent throws. They just couldn't score. But the Bronco's are very solid in the red zone. Just my two cents from yesterday's game.


SonOfAdam32

That’s like every Daniel Jones game ever… he always looks okay but with bad fumbles. I haven’t seen him progress. But I do thank you for the glimmer of hope, I might be stuck with him, not getting any bites


ImmaculateMoose

Gotcha. I've honestly not watched much of him outside the random game here and there, and do know of the turnover issues, but not a whole lot else. You probably have a way better idea of how progress, (or lack thereof). I just wanted to share what I saw in this first game. And I see a bit of the potential. It's a bummer he had almost no help in the running department. Hopefully Saquon gets his legs back under him.


WilllyBear

This is mine. I’m rebuilding in SF and I think my next move is package Jones(hopefully somebody isn’t actually watching Giants games) and look for a more stable QB


Viscolucci

Raheem Mosthurt


bronton21

Mostert was looking like the start of the week vs Detroit w Sermon inactive....then, nope


GravyFantasy

>w Sermon inactive And he looked great on his runs.


averman_comma_lester

it was a wild 20 minutes of dizzying highs and nauseating lows.


supraman1120

He's legit a top 5 RB (from a pure talent perspective) when healthy, which is essentially never. Really unfortunate for him.


PichaelThompson6969

Can’t just drop him but I have been trying to ship him out all offseason. No nibbles


evantom34

I moved him in a league Give: Mostert + 4th for a 2022 2nd on a rebuild. Once the Sermon news broke


Beerman2021

I got him for a 2nd for my contending team , luckily I don't think he costing me week 1 and I have Mitchell so there is still hope


PichaelThompson6969

At this point I’d ship him for a mid to early second but I was too stubborn before the injury so now nobody’s even gonna offer that


read_it_later

Tre’Quan Smith. Based on the IR designation from Friday, not Sunday. He was iffy at best before and now he’s gone


joedirt87

Can we give up on Mecole Hardman yet or do we need to see the snap count?


KrabbyPattyDriveThru

He was 3rd in snaps behind kelce and hill. Beat Robinson in snaps 34-32 I think.


joedirt87

thats some progress at least


SonicSpeedz72

Mahomes just doesn’t seem to trust him. He’s firmly the 5th or 6th option behind hill,kelce, ceh,pringle and Robinson. Nothing more than a gadget guy


dirtypasta

Mecole sucks but in no world is he behind D-Rob and Pringle.


SonicSpeedz72

He’s 4A to Robinson and Pringle in 4B/C. Its random game to game but its clear its hill/kelce>CEH>everyone else.


Officer_Hops

Really depends on who you’re grabbing instead. He is still a solid draft capital guy on an explosive offense. He’s never going to pull targets from Kelce or Hill but could very well be a better flier than anyone on waivers


glassfloor11

But if he’s nothing…a random upside guy is a better use of a spot.


Officer_Hops

I think at that point the question is upside. The WR3 on the chiefs is probably a higher upside guy than random waiver player


glassfloor11

It’s like holding onto Chris Conley after years. Was also the WR3 in KC and proved to be nothing. Dropped him after it seemed pretty clear once Mahomes was the guy there and he still was doing nothing.


Officer_Hops

I hear what you’re saying and as a chiefs fan I think I understand wanting the WR3 to do something. It really boils down to who’s on waivers for me. I think I’d rather bet on Hardman who hasn’t performed well but has the draft capital and youth but it really depends on who the alternate option is


lolsironically

Feel like he's basically a handcuff to Hill at this point. I have him in a couple of leagues but I'm not going to feel comfortable starting him unless he gets more usage or Hill gets hurt.


Stiffanys_epiphanies

Hard to convince myself there is any reason to hold on to Mack


KinderBuenoIsGood

Kyle Shannahan. Lol


DipshitDirector

I know he doesn’t care but man I hate how he runs the team hahaha Always in the dark on the niners players


glassfloor11

The way he runs his team will be the reason he never gets back to the SB, let alone win one.


freename112

What? He is an excellent coach, took a bottom 5 team to the SB in 2 years. They've been plagued with injuries. I'd take him at the Raiders in a heartbeat.


glassfloor11

Maybe I’m just being an asshole. My bad.


NoToe5971

Justin Jackson, really thought he could take over the complementary role to Ekeler, last year he couldn’t do it and this year he clearly isnt the RB 2 anymore


necrow

I think this is just thinking about the Chargers' backfield incorrectly. To me, it seems like the Chargers almost have 2 separate positions at RB: the Ekeler role, and the short yardage role. You saw it a few years ago with Ekeler and MGIII (although Ekeler's role has clearly expanded since then), but it was SUPER evident last year with Kelley playing the short yardage role My point in saying this is that I think Jackson is their 2nd best RB (and frankly I think they do too), but his profile just fits that Ekeler role (he's small and shifty), and I think that's his role on the team: to back up Ekeler. If Ekeler goes down I think he's the clear back to own. The short yardage work will likely keep going to ground and pound guys like Rountree, who (although not *big* by NFL standards necessarily) profiles as a power back


LimberSiren

I think it's a wait and see thing. Honestly, I treat him more like a 49ers back. Just a stash because at some point, injuries will force him to produce points. I'm sure the roles and scheme is not ironed out yet because Ekeler was used in a much different way this weekend (no catches I think), and Rountree wasn't efficient.


gawake

It was Rountree’s first nfl touches. If you’re arguing for Justin Jackson over him on that you might be overthinking it.


BigC-Money88

Rashad Penny. Wasted a 1st rd pick on him and was really holding out hope that he would finally get healthy enough to be Carson's backup and maybe get some starts if Chris went down and he injures his calf. Hope he has connections in the insurance sales business cuz clearly tackle football isn't for him at the NFL level. Put in a waiver claim for Alex Collins who I think is a better running back anyways. Got a couple days to sleep on it so we'll see how it goes. Might be an emotional overreaction.


Thromkai

It's not an emotional overreaction.


rcade81

Anthony Miller. Inactive on that shit ass roster


CrocoDyel

Ronald Jones. Thankfully I didn’t start him, but I’m ready to be hurt by someone new.


CyberCrutches

Until he breaks off an 80 yard TD run next week


gotcam189

And will finish with a line of 3 carries, 82 yards, and 1TD


Jackie_Moon-

And 2 fumbles


BeeGeeEh

Seems like this will be a bad take as early as next week when he goes for 110 and 2 scores.


mungiemungie

If you have a deep league hold Jones. He’s more than likely gone next year and in a better situation


LimberSiren

Better situation? He was drafted three years ago and has had plenty of time and opportunity to prove himself. Leonard Fournette can barely catch a pass and he's beating him out. They even signed Bernard for insurance. Vaughn hasn't done shit. Jones is not gonna be signed to a new team to be *the* guy next season.


S420J

And Fournettes pass catching looked great week 1.


Jackie_Moon-

lmao what could *possibly* be a better situation than this Bucs team??? They literally have 3 elite WRs defenses have to devote all attention to, a great offensive line, and one of the best blocking TEs of all-time. Rojo just sucks, honestly all of the Bucs RBs are JAGs at this point, you could put a lot of average RBs in that situation and they’d thrive.


First_Among_Equals_

A team that is willing to actually just play him rather than look for every opportunity to not play him. If you watched any of his games last year you’ll see he doesn’t “just suck”. I’m not saying he’s a future RB1, but there’s better situations out there still


Jackie_Moon-

I think he looks better than he is *because* of the situation, and he only looks “good” vs dime package defenses paying him zero attention. Maybe I’m way off, but I think things get worse for him if he leaves, not better. Honestly believe guys like Sony Michel would look like a Pro-Bowler on this offense.


First_Among_Equals_

Jones showed promise before Brady, Gronk, and AB got there. He just never got the volume for various reasons. Look at his 2019 game logs. If he didn’t pop off long runs, he was basically benched. Which isn’t exactly fair to any RB, cause they can’t always guarantee long splash plays.


Jackie_Moon-

When long runs is the only thing you can do, that is not good. He was bad in pass protection, bad at receiving, and has poor vision hence the over-reliance on breaking huge runs when there are giant holes or poor tackling.


First_Among_Equals_

He can do more than that but you have to have the opportunity to do it. His 2019 and 2020 YPC were 4.21 and 5.09. He would have hit 1k yards last year if not for the broken finger and covid at the end of last regular season. You’re just flat out saying he’s bad and saying what he can and can’t do without any real basis other than your opinion/eye test.


Jackie_Moon-

YPC is a virtually contextless stat, it’s a hell of a lot easier to have a good YPC on a team that’s always passing which they were both those years albeit for different reasons lol You’re also quoting his stats as evidence he’s good when my whole point is any decent RB *should* be good statistically in this offense — it’s an *extremely* favorable situation for a RB to be in, defenses aren’t game-planning for the Bucs ground game, the passing game commands 90% of the attention. I’m sure Rojo will have some big games this year but my point is a lot of RBs could have big games for this offense and if he leaves things won’t get better for him, they’ll get worse.


First_Among_Equals_

I’d argue that if leaves and goes to a team like Atlanta or somewhere he can get more volume that his fantasy production would be better. But at the end of the day this is worthless to argue about, there’s no proving me wrong or proving you wrong. I’ll maintain if you watch him you can see there’s talent. He just needs the volume.


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Chadillac35

Flat out sucks because after 1 game he lost a fumble and got benched? He was in the same situation las these and finished as an RB2. He almost ran for 1000 yards and averaged over 5 ypc. In the 4 games without Fournette last year he had 3 100 yards games. He’s a bad pass catcher and has fumbling issues but he is a really good runner who will be a free agent next year. Flat out dropping him after week 1 would be extremely short sighted and a huge overreaction


bengalwarrior44

Yeah he legitimately looks electric lol


Tanman7211

He’s electric as a ball carrier but that’s where it ends. He brings basically nothing else to the table and has issues with fumbles, drops, missed assignments, etc. He’s just not good enough all around to be a reliable, modern day RB.


bengalwarrior44

Also true


sendmewraithpics

Someone in my league dropped him (8 team 2 QB 3 WR 2 RB 1 Flex). Couldn’t believe it when I saw. Not sure whatsoever what to bid for him as im hoping the other owners are asleep at the wheel.


SebastianSilver

I did start him. Next week I won’t and he’ll get a 200+ yd game in the first half


Beerman2021

I'm trying to buy low , Free agency next year could be good for him


Mr_Goffalapoulos

Josh Gordon, maybe


truckingatwork

big maybe there


kymblack

It was week one with a new QB? I get he hasn’t been healthy but with that he barely has had time to get on the field in the regular season.


x_Happy_x

No one. It's been 1 week of football.


GrundleTurf

So that means you’re not going to try to sign guys who might be on the waivers after big games today? You have to cut someone for one of them. For my Parris Campbell example, I gave him two full years. Waited to see how he would be used when finally healthy with an ok QB and he was barely used.


x_Happy_x

Well for one I play in mostly deeper leagues so there's not many waiver wire options available if at all. Secondly If i were to cut someone I like on the waiver wire I wouldn't cut campbell, surely you have a lesser asset on your bench depending on your league size. It's only been one week and campbell is coming back from devastating injuries he won't just get 10 targets right off from the start. He'll have to work for his role/targets.


GrundleTurf

My league isn’t extraordinarily deep but it’s not shallow. 300 total players rostered. Zach Pascal is on waivers and he’s been better than Campbell and was targeted more today. The hit rate on guys who don’t perform their first year is extremely low and even lower for people who don’t perform their first two seasons. And this stat includes guys who were injured. The only two exceptions in recent memory have been Corey Davis and Devante Parker and both had more invested in them. I’m also a contender with a deep bench and the only guys I wouldn’t consider starting are guys I see with more upside than Campbell, even if the chances for them are low too. I guess I could be persuaded otherwise but right now I’m pretty convinced he won’t ever be a stud and there’s a good chance he’s never even worth a flex play.


x_Happy_x

If it's zach pascal your targeting you're definitely better off holding campbell, if there's someone else feel free to say. > The hit rate on guys who don’t perform their first year is extremely low and even lower for people who don’t perform their first two seasons. To be fair is there even a colts WR on that roster right now that had a fantasy relevant rookie season? (I think only hilton but he's obviously not on anyones dynasty radar). Pascal hasn't done anything in three years either and pittman hasn't either most of these colts WRs are just dart throws. Also as you mentioned with the target share it's not like it was extremely one sided Pascal only got 5, Pittman 4, Doyle 4, Campbell 3. It's really hard to answer this question without knowing your full waiver wire because I'd be more inclined to drop campbell if you have to for a more proven asset on the waiver wire with higher upside, but who is that? If it's zach pascal you're better off holding campbell.


GrundleTurf

That’s fair. There’s a couple mid to late round rookie WRs I think have potential upside who are available but I didn’t sign them yet because I’ve been waiting to see with Campbell. Idk maybe I’ll give him a couple more games. I just don’t want to actually name players in case a league mate sees.


Officer_Hops

Really good WRs get low target volume all the time. I don’t think it makes sense to give up on Campbell due to low target volume one game. He’s probably got enough upside compared to who’s out on waivers that holding him for a few games to get a better idea of his role in that offense makes more sense than dropping for a late round rookie WR.


Tacklefootball34

Pascal also has 5 TDs in 4 games and has been the most fantasy relevant Colts WR the last 4 games, and is pretty much free. I wouldn't drop Campbell, but for the cost I'd rather have Pascal.


knowslesthanjonsnow

You can give up on someone without cutting them


WaveyGraveyDavey

If you waited 3 years you should wait more than one game, he’s looked great in the past and it’s literally one game, so many reasons it could turn quick.


OneFingerIn

Don't fall for Frisman Jackson (look up his start to 2005). One game does not a season make.


Ann_L_Beads

Shout out Mike Gilislee


upthebet

Should I finally drop Adrian Peterson?


allinthek

I mean this is dynasty right, might as well take some shots on young lads instead


upthebet

Idk man, AP could still be good tho


allinthek

he was a spot start for me last year when I had zero RB depth so I feel u, but if you’re starting AP then you’re prob rebuilding anyways so I wouldn’t stress if u drop him and he’s able to find some relevance. better to find a young guy that could help you out longer term


truckingatwork

I know you're joking but there is a guy in one of my leagues that still has AP on his roster.


4x4ord

Honestly Will Fuller. Dude is about to enter the late Desean Jackson phase of his career with all the playmakers the dolphins have


Bulldog5124

I might of sold a bit lower than should on mostert but I wasn’t confident he would make it through a season and I’m in a heavy heavy rebuild so I sold him Saturday for Kylin hill and tylan Wallace


literacola06

That's a horrible return on Saturday...GREAT return today, lol. Good for you.


Bulldog5124

It was between them or a late late 22 3rd so figured I’d take the rookies and see what happens. I just wanted something back because I knew there was no way he wasn’t going down again lol


literacola06

> I knew there was no way he wasn’t going down again lol Pretty damn safe bet there. lol


FattyDooDoo

It was Wentz first game with new team, he's been on COVID list and out for foot surgery. I'm not saying keep starting Campbell until you are proven otherwise, but definitely don't drop the guy


Thromkai

> It was Wentz first game with new team And the Seahawks pass rush was just on his ass the entire time. Hard to get a passing game going when the O-Line can't even keep him in a pocket. I'm not a Wentz fan, but man, he had to resort to checking down because he just had no time for anything else. Even some of those Pascal TDs came as he was being taken down.


GrundleTurf

How long would you give him though? He’s already had two years of doing nothing. Tired of making excuses for the guy. I loved him as a prospect but at some point I have to admit I was wrong.


HaverTime41

What? You’re done making excuses for the guy? Are you his agent? He was hurt all last year except one game. The year before was his rookie year. I don’t think we are looking at the same player if you need to make other excuses.


GrundleTurf

You know the hit rate for wide receivers who don’t perform their first year is extraordinarily low and it only gets worse for those who don’t perform their first two? And injured players aren’t the exception. What player are you looking at that doesn’t need excuses when you’re literally making excuses for him the previous sentence? What has he done in the nfl to warrant a roster spot on a fantasy team that isn’t 40+ offensive players deep?


HaverTime41

Saying he was literally not playing last year isn’t an excuse to why he didn’t perform. He literally had no opportunity to perform.


sdail96

I agree the hit rate isn’t great for people with his history, but who are you reasonably picking up off the waiver who has higher upside? I know you mentioned Pascal in another comment but he’s so inconsistent it’s silly and doesn’t have the upside Campbell has. If you’re looking for end of bench guys, higher upside guys are better than vets who will give 2 weeks of 15+ but 16 weeks of 5 or less no?


GrundleTurf

If I cut Campbell it would actually be to take a flyer on one of the available mid to late round rookie WRs still available.


sdail96

Ah fair enough, mind giving some potential names? Would have assumed all mid round rookies would be gone already but if there’s some high upside options then I guess cutting Campbell makes sense.


GrundleTurf

I know at least one league mate knows my username on here so gonna keep that private but my league everyone loads up on QBs and RBs to prevent others from having any and to increase the hit rate for them so some WRs slip through the cracks.


Officer_Hops

Really depends on the guy I think. I’d imagine someone like Palmer or Collins are already rostered. So then I guess you’re thinking like a Schwartz type and betting his role in the offense was legit. But I think Campbell leads in upside for sure. He’s a 2nd round draft capital guy who has played in 10 games. He missed a season and had injury issues year 1 but his upside is still I think higher than a Schwartz type


dcrboyz

Tim Tebow. I just don't think he'll make an impact anymore...he's been clogging my roster for almost a decade now


gawake

Oh ye of little faith.


hawksfn1

Denzel Mims. I can’t even get a 3rd for him


maskdmirag

That's when you hold, at least for a bit. He saw snaps, and had 1 big play. In an offense where nothing seems sorted out yet, he's a definite watch/hold if you're deep enough


hawksfn1

If I can get Eli Mitchell he’s getting the boot


maskdmirag

Oh for sure, if you're shallow enough that Michelle wasn't owned dump mims. I own both, although Mitchell is on taxi, I thought he wasn't going to play this year.


KennyMoose32

*sad sermon noises*


maskdmirag

Yeah, there was a preseason post saying beat reporters had mithcell on surprise cuts, or a pre season or candidate, so I went from awesome flier! To ok if he's not on ir I'll stash him on my taxi. Lol


CrystalLakeConcierge

Raheem Mostert is getting close. Problem is, he looks so dominant on his runs when he plays. He just rarely plays.


PichaelThompson6969

Been trying to ship him out for a while now. Can’t just drop him bc of the point you made. He’s such a monster when he plays but… when will he play?


CrystalLakeConcierge

He’s basically in Alshon Jeffery territory.


darksideofdagoon

As someone who traded B. Cooks for Parris Campbell last week, I do not agree! Campbell has much better days in this offense !


Dagglin

Sorry bro but that's a terrible trade for you


poopchow

i'm going to give up on players i have to convince myself of playing. i'm not saying sermon is done or shit, but sometimes you select a guy who kind of go against your own philosophy. he doesn't exactly, but IF shanahan is being truthful about his being beat out...i have to believe his athletic profile and maybe that he was hyped after relatively limited success in college...i dunno. i just would rather trust a guys physical and mental gifts than a scheme. Now if only i could predict these players in the future.


GladMatter4427

Read next along as you go.


WIttyRemarkPlease

Going theory from all the hopeful Sermon owners like me or is it actually founded on something legit?


GladMatter4427

Read next along as you go.


WIttyRemarkPlease

I guess I'm looking for someone's analysis of how many teams carry 4 active RBs and how many play special teams, etc


bronton21

The pick itself by the niners was surprising. Sermon doesn't fit their typical speed back preference. I originally thought he might play a compliment role to the speed guys, but nope. Not yet atleast


surfingwithgators

I think they picked him with the intent of using him in the Tevin Coleman role.


oraclestats

Mostert. Ive lost more games then ive won by playing him.


Fireage11

Mims. 3 snaps without crowder or Cole playing. If he can't sniff the field with those 2 out of the lineup idk what it's gonna take for him.


RubMyChicken

Mims barely played with the first team during preseason. Wilson didn't even play that well since he was getting rushed all the time and neither did Elijah Moore or Michael Carter with all the hype they got. Mims should be at best your wr4/5. He's a hold until the Jets offense gets established. Also I thought Mims made a great sideline catch and with the way Wilson yeets it downfield, Mims looks like he will produce


spicyhippos

I was hoping to see more of Mims but he looks buried even with Moore struggling.


desertjoe1987

New QB who had limited of season reps and a great defense. Paris shouldn't be dropped this week


Shaolin_Survivor

Trying to throw darts at the SF backfield


upthebet

No cap I've had him since his rookie year, I only just dropped him this year. 😅


yungchoppa23

Mecole Hardman, feel like he’ll never get a meaningful role.


Magnificent614

Tyler Byod, Gallup, and Mostert. As in willing to trade for less than ideal offers. Still not ready to drop them to the wire.


GrundleTurf

Gallup I think can be one of those guys who succeeds when he goes to another team next year. So if you have the space I would keep him unless you get a good offer.


Magnificent614

agreed but space is an issue after losing Jeudy, Mostert, and Gallup this week.


FairytaleFoosball

We start 11 and have 30 man rosters, so it's a pretty deep league. Top of my chopping block after Week 1 is Cam Sims. I grabbed him last year when WFT had almost nobody, almost dropped him when Curtis Samuel signed, but help onto him cause I like tall guys who are big red zone targets. When Samuel got hurt, I figured Sims would have a shot. Only played two snaps. Good thing I drafted Dyami Brown in the third.


Flyeagles_fly

Denzel Mims, if he can barely get on the field last week hes toast


JavaLoops

Tyreek Hill


CoosBaked

No one. It’s idiotic to give up on anyone after 1 freaking week lol. I watch this happen every single year where people overreact and drop draft picks bc they didnt like a game plan. It’s so predictable


GrundleTurf

This thread isn’t about dropping guys you just drafted this year. It’s about guys you’ve been waiting to see on for awhile and are finally willing to give up on so you can sign someone more promising off of waivers.


CoosBaked

Still not going to judge off of 1 game


GrundleTurf

It’s not judging after one game. It’s judging after 2 or more seasons plus one game.


CoosBaked

Nah still too early. Only person i can think of maybe is daniel jones