#1 By: Shawn Siegele , October 8th, 2018 15:54
Charlie's Waiver Wire Week 6 is up.
Who are you guys adding and dropping this week?
#2 By: William Russell, October 8th, 2018 16:58
Considering dropping Gio Bernard to pick up D'Onta Foreman. Alternative would be to pick up Chris Hogan for Gio or Chubb, a spare WR- Cole or Sutton (or my kicker Crosby, then do a 2for1 trade & then grab one on Sunday).
WDYT, @FF_Contrarian ?
#3 By: Vince, October 8th, 2018 17:25
With Ajayi out for the season, which running back are we targeting from the Eagles?
#4 By: Different one, October 8th, 2018 23:38
Clement (due to recent injury) and Smallwood are available in number of leagues. In light of the Ajayi news, how hard are you guys going after them?
#5 By: Husky8585, October 9th, 2018 00:46
The following wr's are on my waiver wire. How would you rank them ROS and why?
#6 By: Mychal, October 9th, 2018 02:05
Would be pretty controversial I guess but is Zero RB candidate #1 Tevin Coleman droppable at this point?
Now that Devonta is back and Ito Smith seems to be making this a 3-man backfield, is Tevin any more roster-worthy than say Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement, or D'onta Foreman?
We've now had a preview of the upside scenario where Freeman is out, and it was rather underwhelming.
If you think this is crazy and Tevin is a buy now that the market has soured on him, who's the best WR/RB you'd willingly give up for him?
#7 By: William Russell, October 9th, 2018 06:43
I'm pretty low on Tevin at this point. The most concerning part was the chart I saw on a recent RV article showing how his rec targets actually declined with Freeman out. FWIW, I offered Keelan Cole for him a couple of wks back. It didn't get done but that's about the level of WR he's worth to me at the present time.
#8 By: Jason, October 9th, 2018 11:07
I am also interested in the eagles backfield but have no real idea how to play it. Curious to hear thoughts there
Great offense but halfway expecting them to do something crazy like sign Jamaal Charles to kill everyone’s value once again
#9 By: Shawn Siegele , October 9th, 2018 12:32
@Will Hard to know what to do with Gio and D'Onta considering the murkiness of the injury situations. If healthy, D'Onta would appear to have a better chance of taking over the backfield. So where Gio needs his own health to be good and Mixon's to be poor, D'Onta probably only needs his own health, considering Miller and Blue are underwhelming options. I like dropping the kicker, doing the 2-for-1, and adding Sunday.
@EZPZ @Differentone @FantasyNerd I've always really liked Smallwood, and it's been encouraging to see what he's done with his touches the last three weeks. He's the most well-rounded and most explosive of their backs, so I'd give him the edge for upside. Clement has appeared to be higher in the coaches' estimation when everyone is healthy, so that should certainly be factored in.
- Robby Anderson - Best 2017, starting to build rapport with Darnold
- Tre'Quan - Fantastic prospect, great QB play, impossible to focus on w/ Michael Thomas, Kamara. Most risk but most blowup potential
- Keelan Cole - Best mix of track record, opportunity, and upside
- Chris Godwin - Most well-rounded of Bucs WRs with excellent athleticism but facing a severe target squeeze in a suddenly bad offense with poor QB play.
- Chris Hogan - Could still right the ship but a lot of target competition now
- Cameron Meredith - Role player but still a chance to jump Tre'Quan.
@Mychal I'm not sure it's even that controversial at this point (although I appreciate you putting it that way). The rushing offense for Atlanta is poor. The scheme has crumbled, and all three RBs are going to really have to fight for scraps. I still like the upside scenario - those specific results were fairly fluky - but the upside scenario is very far away right now. (Blair's article had that great nugget referenced by @Will.)
#10 By: William Russell, October 9th, 2018 15:44
@FF_Contrarian thanks again Shawn for the advice. How do you feel about Amari + Linsday for Cook as the 2for1? Or Amari and Sony for LeVeon Bell (that guy is 0-5 atm and has already traded for Connor).
#11 By: Jonathon Arndt, October 9th, 2018 17:05
anyone else going to go after david moore fairly aggressively in dynasty? Also does anyone think that smallwood can run away with the job or will they keep it a time share? Lastly got a trade offer of aaron jones for my james conner. Anyone else trying to trade conner with bell coming back?
#12 By: dkpsports, October 9th, 2018 21:07
@spiderybananas writeup seems to be more positive for Smallwood, but he puts him in Tier 3, below the likes of Jalen Richard. Could you clarify? Smallwood appears to have a shot at more upside, at the very least, while also having some immediate value given all the injuries.
#13 By: Dennis, October 10th, 2018 01:43
it was Charles, not Jeremy, I believe who wrote it and it was before Ajayi went on IR, bump wendell up
#14 By: Dennis, October 10th, 2018 01:48
Im going to put an emphasis on Robby Anderson and Tre Smith where I can use WRs. And Wendell Smallwood where i need RB. The situation bubbling for Wendell reminds me a bit of the situation that opened for Drake a year ago when Ajayi was traded. Everyone was bidding on him and the less exciting other back so i went for Drake cuz of speed and draft profile and he SMASHED. hoping people overbid on clement
when all things are equal im going for robby but i went zero rb on probably 11/16 of my teams so i want to get wendell where i can. I do have bids corey c and alfred morris for a spot start where super desperate.
I will be cutting a few of my shares of tevin coleman, sadly one of my most owned this week. Gonna snag geranimo or robby.
starting to see jamaal will getting cut more and more so i may get him for tevin even tho that feels like a lateral move for the sake of it.
for TEs im going for Doyle where i have an IR as i assume TY will be out another couple games. Hooper if available but where he is not, im going to leave TE open and try to get an extra WR then trade tmrw
#15 By: Shawn Siegele , October 10th, 2018 02:51
@Will @GunnarStahl I'd be interesting in landing Bell and moving Conner. There's still the potential for the Bell return to go sideways in some fashion, but I've been adding Bell when possible, and the Aaron Jones trade has the potential to pay off as well, since GB shouldn't be trailing by such large margins in most games. (Fluky game script has really done a number on the Packers backs.)
#16 By: Jason, October 10th, 2018 09:36
@FF_Contrarian given recent usage developments, do you buy, sell, or hold: Tev Coleman (potential R7 keeper next year), Aaron Jones, Will Fuller
Edit: I will also add in Sony Michel. Is he a worthy hold as someone who could absolutely take off with a White injury or just increased passing game usage? Worth it then to hold, or sell now and get whatever you can after recent TDS?
#17 By: dkpsports, October 10th, 2018 13:01
According to the article, the author on the bottom is listed as being @spidr2banana. Apparantly the search software resulted in the other person getting tagged.
What is Charles tag?
#18 By: Dennis, October 10th, 2018 13:17
@CKl is the top editor and maybe co-owner i believe. verrrry helpful tips and tricks year after year
#19 By: Shawn Siegele , October 10th, 2018 14:35
@FantasyNerd I don't think you can get fair value for Coleman, so he's a keeper hold as someone who will likely end up in a better situation next year. (Very good chance he's next year's McKinnon.) I'd buy Jones if owners are frustrated with his volume. Fuller is one of the best WRs to own in all of fantasy.
I'd probably be trying to sell Sony, but very, very high. Looking around your league, there's probably at least one owner who is willing to pay just below the David Johnson level. If not, there's no problem keeping him (outside of injury risk). Lesser players have scored a bunch of points in that offense.
#20 By: Jason, October 10th, 2018 14:37
@FF_Contrarian thank you for the response. I asked if in the other thread but is RoJo enough to move Coleman?
Then what players are in that Sony tier? Is Fuller, Woods?
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