So you're giving up 2 bench players for Mcfadden. Do it. This is a big if, but if McFadden can stay healthy he could easily be a top 3 running back.
Do guys think Lynch will play for Seattle? I could pick up Turbin and play him instead of Hillis, so at least I would have two starting rb's
I don't think Lynch will be playing this week.
Lynch is a game time decision. I had Lynch last year and there was one game where he was slated to play but then all of a sudden scratched right before kickoff. You can pick up Turbin but Seattle's kickoff is 4:25 pm. Based on your RB roster Jonathan Stewart is your only running back playing at that time. Turbin would have a good workload if Lynch doesn't play but you will have to be comfortable playing Stewart (ankle sprain) in case Lynch is not a scratch.
I just checked your first post. You could also play Isaac Redman (8:20 ET Kickoff).
Need some WR advice for tonight:
Darrius Heyward-Bay for Oak or Robert Meachem for SD?
I know SD throws more, but Heyward-Bey can put up more points.
I have 2 questions for you fantasy guys.(My first season so I am still learning).
1. I have RG3 and Aaron Rodgers. Of course Rodgers is consistent so I have started him every game, but I believe RG3 has had more points each week. They were close in week 1 but Rodgers ****** it down his leg last week. Rodgers vs SEA or RG3 vs Cinci?
2. My TEs have been in the dumpster thru the first two weeks. Week 1 I had Dustin Keller and Fred Davis, neither of which did anything. In week 2 I dumped Keller and picked up Heath Miller who is consistent, but by no means a world beater. Should I start one of these two or hit up the FA lines? I think the best guys available in my league are Mercedes Lewis (9proj), Jermaine Grisham (9proj), and Scott Chandler (6proj).
I'm trying to decide between Brees and RG3. I'm leaning Brees at the moment because the Chiefs are garbage
1. I would probably do RGIII but I would trade one of these guys. No reason to have 2 good QBs on your team with one on the bench most of the year.
2. Based on my idea of trading one of your QBs I think you could probably go out and upgrade your TE to an elite like Gronk or Graham. You might be able to get another WR or RB out of the deal also.
Welcome to Fantasy
My best piece of advise though is don't get too cute and worry about the match-ups too much. Always play your studs. If you have two equally talented players, then maybe look to see who they play.
Your studs are your studs for a reason.
With that being said, if I were to trade one of them, I might as well pick up a decent QB that does not have a bye in week 10 but than I would not be able to go out and get a good TE.