#1 By: Tim Talmadge, November 29th, 2017 06:49
Get your week 13 flex questions in here for this week's article. I'll jump back in later in the week to answer those that don't make the cut.
#2 By: Steven, November 29th, 2017 08:41
Lol, good luck here.
Full PPR, pick one:
Dion Lewis or Rex Burkhead
Do I go for the safe touch floor in Lewis? Or the hypothetical PPR buoyance in Burkhead?
I'm sitting at 2nd place with very competitive teams chomping at the bit for a playoff spot. Projected tied game between me and the opponent this week.
#3 By: Matt, November 29th, 2017 09:30
#4 By: Tim Talmadge, November 29th, 2017 11:22
Lol getting too excited for the playoffs. Fixed. Thanks.
#5 By: Anthony, November 29th, 2017 11:32
#6 By: Mike, November 29th, 2017 11:41
@MrStealYoGirl tough choice, I'm struggling with the same thing. If you're in 2nd place I'd go with the safe floor and Lewis. But I'm not all that confident about it.
#7 By: Mike, November 29th, 2017 11:46
I have a dilemma here. Need to win this week to make the playoffs. I can't keep rolling out Hunt, so I need to pick 2 starting RB's (Full PPR):
Dion Lewis @ BUF (relatively safe floor due to usage/touches)
Rex Burkhead @ BUF (PPR, gets redzone looks, etc)
Perine @ DAL (Sean Lee is still out, but I don't completely trust Perine yet, and those Thursday games can be unpredictable. Game script should be in his favor though, if Dallas continues to struggle)
I'm tempted to roll out both Pats RB's, rather than trying to guess which one will have the better game (I've guessed wrong every week so-far), but I also don't feel like being pissed off all weekend because I left Perine on my bench and he blew up.
#8 By: Matt, November 29th, 2017 12:24
That's a tough one. I'd probably go with Lewis and Perine because Lewis has a higher floor than Burkhead. You mention that those Thursday games can be unpredictable, but remember that each team is playing with a full week of rest so it's not your typical Thursday game.
#9 By: thickfreakness, November 29th, 2017 12:28
Must win this week to get in the playoffs.
Need RB/WR/Flex from this group. Already starting Bell and Crowder.
Also need QB/TE help
Alex Smith has been crap. Even against the Jets secondary and the good GLSP projection, I'm feeling iffy. Mariota dropped today, Winston, Hundley, Dalton all available. Wondering if I straight drop Alex Smith and stream even with the good schedule coming up.
Which leads to my next question, can I trust Engram? Thinking of carrying only one QB and picking up Kroft/Howard/Seals-Jones.
I hate all this flux with a must win week!
#10 By: Matthew Hannaman, November 29th, 2017 12:39
PPR: 2 WR, 1 Flex
Julio and Keenan Allen are my 1 and 2 this week. Have to choose between Fitzgerald Robby Anderson and (for what it’s worth) Diggs.
I’ve leaned on Fitz all year at flex, but Anderson has been hot for several weeks now.
It’s a must win for me to get in the playoffs and my matchup this week is a toss up.
Feel like my WR1/2 have a safe enough floor and high ceiling that I’d be willing to take a risk on Robby, but is Fitz just that much better of an option to play in front of?
#11 By: Michael Cullum, November 29th, 2017 13:46
Struggling with picking two, in full PPR, between:
#12 By: Ginoooooobliii, November 29th, 2017 17:17
why not play both? They are doing well as you can see.
#13 By: Mychal, November 30th, 2017 06:36
Tevin Coleman (vs Vikings)
Corey Coleman (at Chargers)
Emmanuel Sanders (at Dolphins)
Standard league. Need 2 of 3.
Both Colemans have tough matchups. Both Devonta Freeman and Josh Gordon coming back as well. Sanders has a great matchup but has been struggling with his ankle (and quarterback).
#14 By: Mike, November 30th, 2017 09:02
I'd go with Corey Coleman for sure. The other one is tricky. Tevin probably has a higher floor than Sanders, if that helps.
#15 By: Vincent, December 1st, 2017 10:59
Corey Davis, Corey Coleman or Jordy Nelson?
#16 By: Mike, December 1st, 2017 15:18
Well Perine was a dud for me last night. I had planned to start Dion Lewis as my other RB (Patriots RB's have gone crazy against the Bills in recent years), but now with the news that Charcandrick West is out for KC, do I go back to Hunt one more time, even in a tough matchup? West had been stealing all the passing down and some of the goalline work. Should give Hunt more opportunities this week. I still don't trust that KC Offense or their OLine though.