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    Ok, time to move Kareem Hunt down draft boards......

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    And if there was any doubt as to why you never, ever draft Patriots RBs high, I give you week 13.
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    Any rookies we can add in here?

    Fucking Hunt! I'm in a league where we keep three players and I'd have Barkley, Hunt and David Johnson as my three keepers heading in to next year. Hunt will be gone at least 6 games at minimum. Wonder if he gets Ray Rice'd out of the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friarfan View Post
    Any rookies we can add in here?

    Fucking Hunt! I'm in a league where we keep three players and I'd have Barkley, Hunt and David Johnson as my three keepers heading in to next year. Hunt will be gone at least 6 games at minimum. Wonder if he gets Ray Rice'd out of the league.
    Seems like a weak RB class.


    Also, I'm moving McCaffrey past Kamara to #3 -- he's outperformed him in every category; and the #1 spot to a toss-up between Gurley & Barkley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Also, I'm moving McCaffrey past Kamara to #3 -- he's outperformed him in every category; and the #1 spot to a toss-up between Gurley & Barkley.
    In a non-PPR league, I take Zeke ahead of Kamara, too. Even in PPR leagues, it's getting pretty dicey - Zeke only has a handful fewer catches and about 90 yards less than Kamara to date, and Kamara's PPG dropped a lot once Ingram was back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    In a non-PPR league, I take Zeke ahead of Kamara, too. Even in PPR leagues, it's getting pretty dicey - Zeke only has a handful fewer catches and about 90 yards less than Kamara to date, and Kamara's PPG dropped a lot once Ingram was back.
    Ingram presumably will be gone next year as an UFA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Ingram presumably will be gone next year as an UFA.
    I should have been clearer - it's pretty apparent NO like having the big body RB to pair with Kamara, so even with Ingram gone, I suspect they'll have someone else in a similar role next year. Kamara's still a great RB, but Zeke is really improving in the passing game, and I don't think the TD differential between Kamara and Zeke that happened this year will repeat.

    I sure wouldn't be heartbroken if I had to go into next year with Kamara as my RB1, but I do like Zeke one or two picks more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    I should have been clearer - it's pretty apparent NO like having the big body RB to pair with Kamara, so even with Ingram gone, I suspect they'll have someone else in a similar role next year. Kamara's still a great RB, but Zeke is really improving in the passing game, and I don't think the TD differential between Kamara and Zeke that happened this year will repeat.

    I sure wouldn't be heartbroken if I had to go into next year with Kamara as my RB1, but I do like Zeke one or two picks more.
    You're probably right. After this recent stretch by Zeke, he's as safe as they come.

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    Derrick Henry is making a bullet for the first round. He’s at least a 3rd rounder now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Derrick Henry is making a bullet for the first round. He’s at least a 3rd rounder now.
    We'll see....he has to keep this up for this week and next.

    If he bombs this week and next....he'll be a 5th rounder, maybe.

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