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Scott Spratt
I am a fantasy sports writer for Pro Football Focus and FanGraphs.
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Scott Spratt Nov 13
Replying to @KillingSpree8
I think it's fair, so go for it if you have depth at RB and a need at QB.
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Scott Spratt Nov 11
Replying to @Sport24474719
My order for those guys goes Harris, Enunwa, Moncrief, Ross, Kearse, Amendola, Richard, Beasley, Miller, and then Doctson. Push comes to shove, I'd probably start Ross over Moncrief because of the upside, but Harris and Enunwa are my clear 1 and 2.
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Scott Spratt Nov 11
Replying to @Sport24474719
I have Harris as the clear winner, flex player 50 (12.9 proj PPR points) compared to flex player 106 (8.9 proj PPR points) for Richard.
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Scott Spratt Nov 9
Replying to @KillingSpree8
Cleveland, New Orleans, and Atlanta are the 4th, 8th, and 11th friendliest teams for rushing scores, so McCaffrey actually does have a pretty good fantasy playoff schedule. I think I'd still expect him to score less than the peers of his workload volume because of Cam.
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Scott Spratt Nov 9
Replying to @KillingSpree8
I missed this prior to the Panthers game, so I'm not sure what you've already done. But I think McCaffrey is more valuable ROS than Dalvin Cook.
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Scott Spratt Nov 9
Replying to @Sport24474719
I don't know. Johnson is on a career-low pace for carries and targets this season, and Nick Chubb is super talented. One 9-target game doesn't sway me.
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PFF Fantasy Football Nov 7
Ty Montgomery has a shot at unseating Javorius Allen as the Ravens' pass-catching back in a hurry. on players potentially worth dealing for:
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Scott Spratt Nov 6
Replying to @Sport24474719
Since you have Kittle, it makes sense to trade Gronk, but I'd target someone higher. None of Njoku, Johnson, or Valdes-Scantling are clear top-75 players ROS.
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PFF Fantasy Football Nov 6
Cordarrelle Patterson has fared okay so far as the Patriots' emergency running back. Could it become a long-term solution? on potential sleepers:
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Scott Spratt Nov 5
Replying to @KillingSpree8
That's awesome. Sounds like you're in a really good spot.
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Scott Spratt Nov 4
Replying to @KillingSpree8
It's still Sutton and Funchess for me. Good luck today!
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Scott Spratt Nov 4
Replying to @joshdelgado88
My order is Doug Baldin (WR11), Tre'Quan Smith (WR34), Valdes-Scanting (WR48), David Moore (WR51), and Devante Parker (WR53).
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Scott Spratt Nov 4
Replying to @joshdelgado88
Running my updates now. I'll let you know by 12:30 ET or so.
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Scott Spratt Nov 3
Replying to @KillingSpree8
Sutton and Funchess were my 1st and 2nd choices prior to that injury news. I'll re-run all my projections in the 11:30-12:30 range tomorrow and give you an update if Cobb or Valdes-Scantling passes either of them by.
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Scott Spratt Nov 3
Replying to @KillingSpree8
Yeah, I am. My stats show that the Chiefs increase rushing touchdowns per carry more than any team in football.
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Scott Spratt Nov 3
Replying to @KillingSpree8
For those RBs/WRs, I go in this order for the week: Nick Chubb (18.9 proj PPR points), Devin Funchess (13.4), Jordan Howard (12.1), Jalen Richard (11.2), Kenyan Drake (10.1), and Aaron Jones (9.8).
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Scott Spratt Nov 3
Replying to @alexdbayer
Haha, very generous.
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Scott Spratt Nov 1
Replying to @alexdbayer
My rankings go Sutton (10.5 proj standard points), Landry (10.1), Smith-Schuster (8.6), and then Cohen (8.4).
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Scott Spratt Nov 1
Replying to @Roto_Wan @Muntradamus
From my perspective, you can probably chalk that up to a blind squirrel finding an acorn.
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Scott Spratt Nov 1
Replying to @alexdbayer
Thanks. And always feel free to ask specific lineup questions. I'm happy to answer those.
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