#1 By: Adam Eraky, October 5th, 2018 20:32
Didn't see a thread for this week, so I'm starting a new one.
Need some help here for this week in my flex spot...we start 2RB/2WR/2FLEX, full point PPR.
In my two RB spots I've got DJ & Breida, and in my two WR spots I've got Diggs & Keenan.
In the 1st flex spot I've got Golladay, but struggling to decide on who to load up in that 2nd flex spot. I'm waffling between Tevin Coleman, Corey Davis & Kerryon Johnson, but also have Royce Freeman and Nelson Agholor.
I'm leaning Kerryon, but could use some advice. Thanks in advance!
#2 By: hrr5010, October 6th, 2018 13:05
I'd play... Corey Davis or Kerryon. I think Corey should be the guy you've got slotted in ahead of the other RBs. His ceiling is higher, and his floor is similarly high.
#3 By: Jason Humes, October 6th, 2018 17:21
Need a high upside guy out of these 3 in my flex this week...I'm 1-3 and expected to lose... (1 pt ppr)
- Taywan Taylor
- Cam Meredith
I have Moncrief in right now due to the matchup, higher O/U and his air yards percentage but I wonder if Taylor will get targeted a lot since Davis will get shadowed (and possibly doubled) and just got the news that Ginn will be out so I'm wondering if Meredith will get some play....
#4 By: Ginoooooobliii, October 6th, 2018 19:23
I wouldn't play Meredith. Its possible those targets can go to Tre'quan. I will roll with Moncrief, but if you have Coutee, I would be tempted to play him instead. Taywan is interesting, but its an away game for him.
#5 By: Trevor.Moran, October 7th, 2018 10:35
Coleman, keryon Johnson, Austin Ekeler. Pick 2 for this week
#6 By: JDean, October 7th, 2018 12:19
@IITrollface I’d go Coleman and Johnson as I expect slightly more touches than Ekelar. All 3 games likely high scoring so all are good options.
Pick one WR (standard scoring). I already have K Cole rostered and fired up but could drop him for: D Westbrook, Valdes-Scantling, Enunwa, Sanu
Thanks and good luck to everyone today.
#7 By: Trevor.Moran, October 7th, 2018 12:38
Enunwa my favorite out of those by far