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3 hours ago, Humble_Beast said:

what would  you do? I just fantasy drafted and my team looks like this

QB: R Wilson

RB: Gurley, Freeman, A Collins, C Carson, S Michel

WR: Baldwin, Juju, Edelman, K Cole, M Williams

TE: Gronk, Burton

Def: Vikings, Bears

K: Butler

A guy just dropped J Doyle...thinking of adding him and maybe flipping a TE for a reliable WR... I would drop M Williams... I also really like T Lockett, this could be his breakout year? would you drop M Williams for Lockett or Doyle?

Id drop Williams for either honestly. He already had alot of competition for targets and his value was looking dependent on red zone oppurtunities. They just resigned Gates so he'll take targets and redzone looks away too.

Id go with Doyle personally. He's underrated and Indy has a bad roster. Luck likes TEs and their running game is abysmal so id expect the Colts to be throwing from behind alot. Not good for luck really but Doyle should see alot of volume. They signed Ebron but Luck will value Doyle's consistency over Ebron boom or bust ability imo.

Lockett would also be good but i'd expect Tyreek Hill consistency. He's not the greatest WR but he's always a threat for a huge play. One week you might 4-37-0, the next you might get 7-135-1. Seahawks should also be playing from behind alot this year i expect which boosts his target total.

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Role: Stash for potential in a ppr format 

A) would you drop Chris Carson for Derick Henry

B) DeSean Jackson for Julian Edelman or Chris Hogan 

C) Hines or Jordan Wilkins 

who would you choose in full ppr for stashes?

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