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So we were talking about before we got cut off before we were rudely interrupted by a technical difficulties that I have no control over at the moment.
And hopefully it will be okay for that's the way, uh, I want Chicago in the tunnel auditory and was talking about Detroit side of the ball and David Blau here one for 280 yards, two touchdowns interception this game.
Now fancy purposes wise, We don't care what David Blau does, right.
We don't care about that part of it.
What we do care about is that we want him to make sure he can play competently enough with no Jeff Driskel for the rest of the season and most likely know Matthew Stafford coming back.
Most likely, they're still holding out hope for him.
But most likely can he be competent enough to keep Kenny Golladay, who had been a wide receiver to all season long to keep Marvin Jones, who had been a wide receiver three all season long fantasy relevant? That's what you're asking yourself for it.
That's what you want to know.
And the fact of the matter is that question was answered as yes, this was a good Chicago defense.
Auditory doesn't have the greatest schedule rest away, but they have a pretty good one.
Got Minnesota next week as not the easiest defense in the world for a young A quarterback who doesn't started much in the NFL, but because he was able to hold his own against Chicago because the Missile of secondary is more vulnerable, he should be able to hold his own against them as well.
Making Kenny got a a low and wide receiver to the rest of the way, making Marvin Jones a wide receiver three the rest of the way.
I'm guarding this.
What? You don't love the target output? Because Danny Amendola and TJ Hawkinson, before he got hurt, were getting targeted like crazy.
That's where he was looking to go is the middle of the field.
Alma Del had eight targets.
TJ Hawkinson had 11 targets before he got hurt in this game.
11 six catches, 18 yards and he's done by the way that report came out earlier today, he is on the I R.
He's out for the rest of the season.
I tweeted out earlier in case you're wondering if Jesse James would suddenly becomes a tight end relevant player.
If you listen to the first part of the show, they listen to the fact I did not have him on.
My waiver wire report should answer that question for you, which is unequivocally No, he's not.
He's nothing more than a touchdown hopeful, and that's about it, and even then, I'm not going to trust it.
But it was interesting to see that David Blau really was looking for the middle of field, so it makes you a little nervous.
We look at Marvin Jones, can I gotta? Who had six and five targets, respectively, compared to the guys were operating in that area of the field.
But Kenny Holiday had a big game.
He went deep to him.
Four catches, 158 yard touchdown, obviously half of it coming on one catch for 75 yards.
But that's what he is.
He's a big play guy.
Marvin Jones found the end zone three catches, 40 yards and a touchdown that has been his pretty much his stat line for the entire month of November.
He's not giving you a ton of yards, but he's finding the end zone.
Basically, David Blau showed you that in the plus matches they still have the rest of the way.
These guys could continue to be fantasy relevant.
Continue to be what it was that you counted on them to be in the first place.
And that's all, really that matters.
At the end of the day, that's all you're really looking for the end of the day, so keeping in mind that gives you great confidence moving forward now.
Bo Scarbrough Second week in a row, Definitely the featured work wars back.
They have definitely have shown they have no issues giving him The Rock 20 times in a game.
And it's not close.
Who were working in the second week in a row where Ty Johnson, JD McKissick really non factors as Faras carrying the ball Now JD McKissick targeted three times.
He is the past capture.
They do not look to go to bars, car roll at all, one throwing the football playing simple.
Ty Johnson actually had three targets in this game, too, but neither one of them are involved enough in the passing to be PPR threats, which is why we don't talk about in that respect.
The key is boast Carb, All right, He's gonna be touchdown dependent to give you our be too weak, but it can give you a high four flexes its second week of rosette 80 yards.
Now he doesn't have a great schedule.
Rest of the way.
Minnesota's not team.
You wanna run on Denver's Not a team you want to run on.
I can't remember off the top of my head where they play Week 16 but they have three games in a row where there's not they're not gonna be playing.
The best of run defense is, however, with him getting the ball as much as he is.
He should definitely be owned.
Number one is not somebody you want somebody else to have value with in in your playoff matchups.
But number two, he could very well have a safe floor flex play for you the rest of the way.
I expect the Detroit Lions offense to be able to throw the ball in all three of their matchups coming up, which means they should be able to move the ball, which will give them opportunities to score.
Even he doesn't have the greatest rushing output at the end of the day, look for where men have been raking wise, but he's somebody.
You should at least be owned.
All right, so moving on to the next game here, we got the Buffalo Bills.
We got the Dallas Cowboys, one of the uglier games we solve this week on the Cowboys saw the ball.
A lot of controversy, obviously started up with Jason Garrett.
Continue coaching team yada, yada, yada.
We're not here for that, and I'm gonna have a general football rant about something a little bit later on this show, but it's not going to be here. Here.
We're just focusing fantasy relevance wise Josh, Alan touring 31 yards touchdown, fine passing.
And that's what he is.
He's a He's fine passing the ball.
But if he again ran for 43 yards and a touchdown in this game and that's what you're looking for, that's what you care about.
Can you continue to give you that floor? And the answer has been yes, and it hasn't really mattered how bad the matchup is on the other side.
For the most part, he's continued to give you a floor.
He continues to be somebody who is just inside that Hubie 12 on a week in week out basis and that you can trust as a result.
I've said it time and time again this season.
I am not going to go down in the famous the playoffs playing cold easily.
I'm not and I'm still not.
Here's what I'll acknowledge he's done it.
Too many games now this season, where he can't just be written off for being cold easily has been against tough matchups when they played against teams have been able to take out John Brothers.
The first game of John Brown has really been fantasy irrelevant, and Cole Beasley was able to hold his own six catch, 110 yards touchdown. Seven targets.
If you wanna own Cole Beasley, fine, because he has had a productive string of games has been a very productive month of November for him, especially.
I am not going to tell you to play him because the second you trust him is the second he gives you two for 15 because we know he has a low floor.
We know he's not a guy who's going to continue to get U touchdowns, continue to get you 100 yards and receiving and going the fancy playoffs.
You want guys in that position in a week in week out basis, especially Colby's.
He's not that guy.
Well, I will acknowledge he's done it too many times.
Just ignore him.
He's not somebody who just left out there and we were wires.
He's not somebody you just flat out ignored.
And when they have match ups where you know John Brown is a possible getting sick it away because they're in the bottom corner, cold easily is somebody who might be able to be a sleeper play for you that week.
But again, like I kicked off the show, you're in the playoffs.
How often you're gonna wanna actually depend on his sleeper type of player.
My guess is going to be next to none.
Devon Singletary, 14 carries, 63 yards, three catches for 38 yards and a touchdown.
This is what I'm talking about with Devon Singletary.
Frank Gore was still involved.
He still it is 10 carries.
You actually had a rushing touchdown in this game.
You're not gonna play Frank or what matters is Devon Singletary is able to be involved in the receiving game, along with Frank or still getting his in the Russian gate.
That's was important here, because that's what has to happen to continue for.
Himto have the floor that you need him to have to continue to play him as a low, an RV to Hyeon Flex play, which you can.
D'oh! The Bills are consistent running enough.
That defense is proving now against a good offense, because that's what Dallas is.
Dallas is a good offense.
Where they always play, like it or not is beside the point.
They have good talent and that, and they were able to still step up their game plan.
It was still to play their game.
It was still run the football quite effectively.
Do you, Dev? Unsanitary.
Getting 14 carries make you feel all warm inside? No, no, it doesn't.
But this is where him being involved. The past game.
Three catches, 38 yards.
Four targets comes in the play because he's going to be the guy who's involved in that aspect of the game.
Josh Allen is gonna continue to check down the ball.
They'll give Cemetery his floor each and every week, and he has the possible to score each and every week makes him alone.
RV to ah Hyeon Flex play the rest of the way.
You can trust him.
John Brown have better days ahead.
He's been too consistent, too good.
And that's one of the reasons why I don't trust Cole Beasley going forward, because I do think there's going to be an emphasis on getting John Brown back the ball next week after having a down week this week.
So that's why I still hear hold on the night now from a famous eep standpoint, Dak Prescott was fine.
Three and 55 yards, two touchdowns, just one pick.
You know, I've had complained about that.
Threw the ball 49 times in the game that was never really out of hand.
They were never getting blown out in this game.
They lead the game seven Nothing in the first quarter.
Yeah, they were down 23 to 7 at one point in this game, and they had to throw a ball a lot in the fourth quarter.
They had been in the run in the second quarter when they were still up and still tied.
That's when they abandon the run.
So that's where I'm looking at this as a standpoint of I think the Cowboys just wanna throw the ball.
Now They have to have a course correction here.
Zero Elliot was good.
He was He was good.
In this case, it shows your Buffalo can still be run on.
He was good 12 carries as the, but that was a problem.
He had 71 yards rushing.
Now he still wants.
I'm giving you a good fantasy day because he gave you seven catches for 66 yards on 10 targets, and that's well, that's all well and good.
And that's why Zika L.
It's an RV one because one way or another he'll find a way to get the job done for you more times not.
That's why he's up there, but this insane nous of Izzy Elliot being effective and all of a sudden in the game in which he hadn't been efficient for a lot of November game, when she was finally being efficient and finally being explosive.
Especially early on.
You completely abandoned the run when you're never getting blown out.
There was a dysfunction with the play calling.
But here's what you can trust.
You can trust Dak Prescott more times not is going to be a top 10. Q.
You know Zika is gonna be an R V one.
You know Mark Cooper more times not.
It's going to be a wide receiver one.
And I told you guys going to this game. A lot of people were disappointed.
I was saying to you, he's healthy.
He's ever been because he was off the wave off the injury, poor altogether ahead of that match up, he was not always going to see J. V is white.
I don't know why there seems to be the perception out there today.
Views White follows in the born receiver on the other team.
He doesn't he doesn't follow him.
He plays the one side.
Remember, this is Sean McDermott is the Carolina defense.
He does not have his corners shadow.
They played a one side of field, So I said, Guess what? Mark Cooper is going to see your devious white at least 50% of the time.
I don't think Dallas is smart.
The line Michael gallop up on his side most of time.
Employee Amari Cooper of society avoided altogether.
So while Mary Cooper didn't have a huge game in this 18 catches, 85 yards, 11 targets on the top on the top 10 defense.
Top five defense.
Pretty good day.
At the end of the day, it shows you why he's still in the wide receiver one, he said.
Why the Big Three of Dallas can be trusted now.
Michael Gallant three catches, 63 yards on six targets.
Better days are ahead.
Michael Gallop is somebody you can continue to play as a wide receiver.
Three throughout your playoffs, and this game does not dissuade me from that.
I know some people are reading into it too much.
I don't care that back football 49 times and Michael Gobble until six targets.
That goes back to my previous point.
He was match up under Davis White more in the Marie Cooper and that games against the Eagles.
They got better matchups along the way ahead of them.
Were both receivers gonna be able to do their thing.
Some little gal continues to be a fancy relevant guy.
We're gonna move on the Saints and the Atlanta Falcons.
And in this match up, states didn't have to do too much like this game.
The final score.
Why not being closer? Ah, lot closer than what the actual game was played out to be.
It was 26 to 18 but the Saints really looked like they never.
We're not in control, and it showed you with the way they called place Drew Brees.
Only throw the ball three times in this game.
18 30 184 yard touchdown wasn't great.
Definitely disappointment, because you were playing Drew Brees at home against the elated Falcons.
I'm sorry on the road in the linen against the land.
Falcons was still in the dome and expecting a big turnout after the Falcons lead up a dud against Tampa Bay the week before.
And maybe it's just the valves don't have play defense against the Saints, and that's the way you don't want to play against anybody else.
Saturday's airhead fridge a breeze.
I'm still going to play him as a Q B one for the fancy playoffs, as the scenes have to make their stride.
Now he's not locked and loaded. Fantasy one.
He's not a lock and load guy that I have to start.
I would slide him into the lower Q B one territory, borderline streaming option availability based on match up.
But he's so somebody's gonna be inside of my top 10 most likely as we go into Week 14.
The biggest thing was that Michael Thomas was kind of held in check.
Is the first time all season long Michael Thomas been held in check.
Six catches, 48 yards on eight targets.
Expect that to be corrected next week.
Expect that to be corrected next week? That's a big reason why.
I say Drew Brees is still gonna be a top 10 quarterback the rest of the way because Michael Thomas is not going to have that bad of game.
He's going to be better than what we saw this past against the Atlanta Falcons.
Sure was disappointing, but most likely you're in the playoffs.
Have you had Michael Thomas this year because he's been that good throughout the season? I'm Kumar.
A Target's not a lot of production.
Four catches, 23 yards.
I get it. He still had eight targets.
It's all you care about.
He's gonna get his 20 touches come hell or high water.
I know in this game, technically only got 15 but he had 20.
Looks 11 carry 61 yards on the ground, still run efficiently.
Would like to see him actually get the ball a little bit more if you're not gonna hand it over to the TV's Murray.
Wish I did not do in this game.
Four carries for two yards.
So much for being a flex worthy play.
He's somebody who, going into your fancy playoffs can on Lee be considered as a handcuff to Alan tomorrow.
That's it. That's all I can be.
I would like to see Alan Kamar get more than 12 carries again, especially as they go to make their run here.
Look at 10 and two.
They're surprisingly still in a dead heat because you got San Francisco who you're trying to get home field advantage from.
It's gonna be a dead heat.
They do play San Francisco.
I believe it might be this week, but they do place every single coming up.
I want to Come on, come on, get the ball more, especially on the ground.
But regardless, he's still an RV one for you, so you're not gonna worry about it.
You still getting those targets more? My overall points.
There's not a lot of take out of the Saints.
Three catches, 85 yards, six targets.
He's somebody who's been getting utilized more and more as a season has worn on more and more.
His Drew Brees is returned to the lineup and somebody who will be teetering in that Ta 12 area of the tight ends as we move forward, somebody who should be on the roster on your lookout if he's not already there for you on the flip side.
The ball for the land Falcons.
Matt Ryan was good.
Three and 12 yards, two touchdowns, two interceptions.
Fantasy Fantasy wise.
You're gonna take that.
You can say that performance you are.
He continued to be somebody based just on volume.
He's a Q B one, and we'll continue to be for the rest of the season.
Will continue to be throughout your playoffs.
They're not shutting down Matt Ryan.
They do expect Julio Jones to come back this upcoming week.
You play Matt Ryan.
It may not look pretty, but you're still going at the production that you need at the end of the day to have a Q B one performance.
The Monte Freeman comes back in this game, and you know what? Fraud, intensive purposes, I would say had a somewhat successful game.
17 carries, 51 yards.
Obviously not great efficiency there.
But you didn't expect great Finch efficiency against New Orleans Saints.
He had four catches, 13 yards on five targets.
That was a big thing for me.
The biggest crime that they have done Advance Ephraim it all season long is not allow him to get involved in passing game.
That is the number one issue they've had all season.
So the fact that you have five targets in this game is a good sign down the road.
Look, Austin Hooper.
He might be back this week.
They're actually talking about him training in the right direction.
But the biggest thing for them is that Kris Lindstrom, they're starting rookie guard who is hurt hi weeks ago is finally he might come back so offense of line might improve devising.
Freeman is going to be a flex running back based on the match up and based on what you have in your roster four year playoffs.
But he is somebody I'm not just bailing on.
You mean I feel good about it, and I don't blame you, but because they've proven that that the backups there are terrible.
And in case you're wondering, Brian Hill had four carries he Smith had to carries.
It was the Monte Freeman's backfield.
So for someone who's gonna be the workhorse for somebody who has an offense is getting healthier and actually better down the stretch here, he's gonna be at least a flex play.
You said Matchup based based on what you have in your roster, but he's gonna be flex worthy.
Really solid game A catches, 91 yards, 10 targets.
Even with Julio Jones coming back, Calvin really can still be played as a wide receiver.
Now, the real question is going to be this Austin Hooper come back, too.
I would say Week 14 even if Austin Hooper's back in a lot of because it would be his first week back, I'm still gonna lean towards Calvin, really, being a wide receiver. Three.
I'm still gonna lean towards him, getting worked in getting more of the targets over Austin Hooper because you just don't know what else I was gonna be right away at first came back now for you.
Those of you are asking have awesome Hooper.
If he's activated this week and you have him, I think he had to plan because Unless Unless you have a Mark Andrews, Travis, Kelsey, Zach Ertz, Even Zachary is a little bit question.
All right now Dallas got her something.
Somebody along those lines When those top five guys, I don't see how you can't play Austin Hooper, who was the number one tight end before he was injured? I don't see how you can't so we'll get Is that in the preview shows? But just in case you guys who are wondering that point as well.
Another very good game.
Nine targets, five catches, 52 yard touchdown.
He's the one who gets affected by Austin Hooper.
The Boston ever comes back.
You have to kind of push Russia engaged to the outside.
I would say he becomes borderline dropped bull.
If you need to drop him to get a handcuff, get another defense that you know you're gonna be able to utilize down the stretch Here.
You're gonna eat somebody, you're going to go ahead and drop.
If Austin Hooper's activated.
If he's not, I still keep him.
I still play was a wire receiver for, but he will be boiling.
Drop will remember this the playoff time that I don't need you to have value for me down the road.
Maybe if that air this you, it's got to be clear cut to the point you have a role.
You have a volume share of the offense that we're gonna be able to work on.
Otherwise, you're relevant to me.
40 Niners Baltimore Ravens This game, from a non fantasy standpoint, was everything we hoped there would be.
22 17 came down.
The last game came down in the field goal.
Absolutely everything you would hope for.
The people who you wanted to be fantasy relevant.
Pretty much war on the rave.
Inside the ball, Lamar Jackson ran over 100 yards, ran for a touchdown, so it didn't matter that he only threw for one touchdown and only through for 105 yards because he still gave you, gave you r B one numbers while tacking on a few passing yards.
That's the beauty of him.
This is standard school foreigners.
This is They played the Patriots.
They played the 40 Niners.
The two best defense is in the NFL.
He still did great.
That will continue.
And they don't play anybody else really as good as either one of them as either one.
Now, all of a sudden, you have a situation where and I'm sorry I'm getting I'm getting finish. Alors.
And remember, we're recording this as as the money night game is going and we have our alerts.
That's the font.
Biggs was injured but did return back in the game.
And I'm trying to see you here.
Calvin Cooke is questionable to return.
If I could actually pull this up shoulder injury for him, question will return.
So I want to put that out there while we were recording as we get that through, because that's big news, like so we're gonna recap this game.
Let's get some serious injuries Talked about earlier.
Chris Carson went out for a concussion.
He came back in, I was cleared to go so whole feels good without a cook, but that this is why you have to own Alexander Madison.
This is why you have to handcuff yourself for situations like this.
What I've been praising all year long and yet no one listens. I don't know.
You hopefully So can hopefully Not seriously. Gonna cook.
We'll see what happens anyway.
Back to what? I was saying more.
Jackson was great, and he's gonna be great the rest of the way.
Mark Ingram is somebody who is going to be a kind of a boomer bus.
I won't say a bone bruise RV to because Harvey to almost every single week because of the just solid production.
And it gives you 15 carries 59 yards in this one on Lee to catch three yards.
The difference was you didn't score.
He's gonna be an army to or you give me an R B one.
And that all depends on whether he gives you a touchdown or not all the pets.
So that's what we're looking for there.
But he's somebody continue to play. Mark Andrews.
I told you guys continue to play him.
I know there was some video out there, so people talking about whether Mark Andrews could should be a starter.
Still, I couldn't believe what I was hearing.
Being the number one pass catcher on numbered offense in the NFL, three catches for the yard touchdown, six targets against one of the top defense is in the NFL.
I think Mark Andrews pretty safe to play week in, week out.
The guy who wasn't around marquees Brown, but he wasn't a guy. I recommend the play anyway.
He is somebody who has always been a matchup based type of play, a boom or bust type of play.
The somebody's definitely roster, and when they have plus matchups, he's still gonna be the guy that if you feel like you need to have a pop, you're playing as a team who's really good fancy playoffs.
Maybe you're the underdog.
Maybe you have to take a home run threat.
Right matchup, marquees Brown is that guy who should be roster on the foreign, either side of the ball.
Not that we thought he was gonna have a great game against the Baltimore Ravens, but when you saw Ibrahim, most are go for 19 146 yards and a touchdown, while Tevin Coleman went five carries for six yards.
And being that he's been pretty much next to terrible the past three weeks.
Last week only save his fancy day because of a touchdown.
You left yourself questioning.
What do you d'oh, What do you do? Is he somebody you can even trust as an R B two? Is he somebody that you can even play? Oh, now he has to be rostered because here's the thing map.
Ary is supposed to be back next week.
So if Matt Breed is back this week, I think regardless of what you've seen at a production regards of what you think talent wise, it'll bounce back.
Well, I shouldn't say this without having reports of practice report yet because it's Monday night, I would say probably bounces back to what the depth chart was before, Which is Matt Brita, with Tevin Coleman and top Matt Breed.
Number to re most are picking up slack from there.
That was the most likely scenario that I would see now.
What we have, though, now is what do you do? It's having Coleman.
You can't trust them and it hasn't been because of injury concerns.
That hasn't been because of fumble concerns.
It's been because of inefficiency, something that can be corrected.
But it makes the entire situation murky and really to me of mapping returns next week.
He's the Onley running back of the 40 Niners I could trust, and not because I believe he'll get the most work, but because he's the only one who I think I know who's role he's going to have, who will be the second running back to someone, have an opportunity to get called touches, maybe more, and have an opportunity to break it.
Outside of that, I don't know what to expect.
All of a sudden, you find yourself in a situation where you cannot trust the 40 Niners running back.
It was just a hell of a thing to not be able to be able to trust.
We'll see what happens here.
I'm still getting more alerts, all the data cook situation.
I went directly to the locker room and he was hurt on the fumble.
Good news is Diggs returned right away as we said, but Alan Cook, we're gonna have to see exactly what's going on that shoulder injury.
Moving on Mayo Sanders.
Four catches, 41 yards on six targets in this game.
Look, he's been better and better.
He's been getting healthier and healthier.
He is the number one receiver for this 40 Niners team.
Dorris Kittle went back to kind of being a relevant in this one we know is going to be tough.
Match against Ravens against tight ends to catch.
Is 17 yards on four targets.
Better days are ahead for him.
The big thing is that Devoe Samuel in A lot of people want to say a depot Samuel.
He's valuable no matter what. Now hold on.
He had four targets.
He had two catches for 41 yards on touchdown.
Everyone just settle down.
Just just settle down, okay? This is not somebody who you can You can just play out there.
This is not somebody. Get overly excited about China.
Look for the words. They're sorry.
This is somebody who is in a situation where he's very much game.
Manual Sanders Getting healthier.
George Kendall Wasn't that involved in this game? I still believe the foreigners can only afford to be fancy relevant to to pass catchers.
You could only trust, Colonel.
You could always try.
You can only try standards, standards.
Samuel is not the guy to go to.
Yes, he's had a nice little stretch, as mostly do a Sanders being banged up and doesn't anything else he's not.
Somebody will be playing in my fantasy playoffs.
Moving along. Now.
We gotta speed this thing up.
Green Bay Packers, New York Giants Here, Aaron Rodgers comes back to life.
He's always good to come back to life against New York Giants tour.
43 yards, four touchdowns, zero interceptions.
In this game, he had talked about him a lot.
I said to you guys last week, Look, I know we had a couple of bad weeks in a row, but you're playing is a Giants and he has a good playoff schedule the rest of the way.
Aaron Rodgers going to be a Q B one for the fancy playoffs.
He absolutely is.
He should be started every single week.
Look for this offense in general to make a bounce back.
I know the running game was pointing here. Aaron Jones was terrible.
11 carries, 18 yards.
Jamal Williams was way better.
10 carries, 41 yards in this game, much more efficient was more involved in the passing game again.
Four catches, 26 yards shouldn't say was more involved because Aaron Jones also had four countries, but only 13 yards that had six targets compared to Jamal Williams is four.
But Aaron just was inefficient every facet of this game and has been disappointing for a while.
And he's somebody has become a guy who maybe is more of an RV, three boom or bust type of play.
We know he has the capability to score a bunch of touchdowns in the game, and it's going to make him very, very tempting the play, and you're probably going to have to at least play him as a flex.
But I don't think you can consider him an R B two.
Two things have happened.
The return Davante Adams has cut the targets for the running backs to Jamal Williams has been too involved Now.
They came out after this game, so they realize they need to get Aaron Jones back involved again.
So maybe there will be an emphasis for it happen against the Washington Redskins next week, which would be a great matchup to do something like that.
Which is why Aaron Jones gonna have to play the ****'s play.
But I don't know if you can automatically consider him an RV to, but he probably will still be in your lineups.
You still can't trust him.
Jamal Williams in PPR league, especially.
You can play with the Flax standard leagues.
He's still not involved enough as a running game.
You still not exposed to enough as a runner, but he has a touchdown capability, so even Standard Lease again be a flex play.
But in PPR League, especially, he has a consistent involvement in the passing game.
Week in, week out, we get a week out, which is why you can go to him.
Six catches, still, 64 yards, two touchdowns, 10 targets, 10 targets.
That's the biggest thing you take out of him from this game.
You know, he's always gonna be targeted quite heavily.
We know he's always going to be that guy.
The question is, who outside of him talk about Salazar? In the waiver wire report, he had three catches 100 3 yards a touchdown on three targets.
So three targets where I'm going to tell you guys sit a little bit.
Don't just don't just play Alan Lazar blindly, but here's where I am going to say he's a guy who can hit the big play.
He is the second Waters here for the Green Bay Packers, now moving forward as they have plus matchups.
And in games in which Devante Adams is going to be taken away a little bit more because Number one corner Salazar should have a role.
Salazar is somebody who can hit a home run for you if you need to take that shot is why should be rostered? I don't know.
Complaining US residents yes, is a plus match up, but it's also a game.
They're not necessarily need a guy like animals are, either.
And that's the point here.
Three targets isn't enough to just blindly play a guy, but that's why I had him on my way over list to be roster because he could do a lot with that in the plus matchup like he did here.
New York Giants.
I love ball Se****.
Barclay was the least relevant again.
19 carries, 83 yards, three catches, 32 yards.
He at least, was fantasy relevant again.
And you have to continue playing.
Stay calm, Barkley in your lives, even though he's been disappointing because he's sick when Barkley because he's still the best player on that offense.
So that goes without saying was the receivers go? I know.
Caden Smith, tight end, six catches, 70 yards, eight targets.
He's not gonna be a guy who wasn't in the river. A report.
He's not gonna be guy on my radar, but Darius Slaten, in the absence of Golden Tate in the absence of Evan Ingram, got nine targets and let his human targets.
And that something has been the case.
I kept talking about it all week long.
If Golden State and Evan Ingram continue to miss just one of those guys who continues to Miss Dairy, Slate is going to see a healthy amount.
Targets have a floor now.
It wasn't a great game, but six catches from 44 yards gives you a solid floor to be able to sink your teeth into.
I'm actually more worried about Sterling Shepard.
Three catches, 40 yards touchdown on seven targets Yes, he had the better fantasy day.
But on gold take comes back, he's gonna go down about five targets, maybe six.
Zettel Production you can get.
Is that what you're looking at? I think Gary Slaten might be the most valuable wide receiver for the giant moving forward.
But on leaving grimaces like I said before, if England comes back, which could be this week, we don't know.
But if he comes back variously is gonna be the odd man out.
So just kind of keep that in mind, there might not be a pass catcher on the Giants that you can trust because it's gonna be one of the is going to shepherd or is gonna be tape.
One of them's gonna be a wide receiver. Three.
Knowing which one might be next to impossible might be next to Impossible.
Anger, Mrs Very Slight at least gives me that big potential, that big play potential down the road.
He might be the Giants receiver that actually want to play in the fancy playoffs more so than the other two because of what I'm looking for.
You want talk about Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers in this match up what we have here? Hold on.