Thomas Rawls a must start this week? (@mattlaconti_84)
Thomas Rawls is expected to return to action this week when the Seahawks face off against the Eagles. The primary question and concern around him being his workload, as Pete Carrol wouldn’t confirm a starting role for Rawls.
Owning Rawls is a must own, starting is another story. Possible flex, depending on your options.
Can I trust Mark Ingram this week? (@mattlaconti_84)
Mark Ingram has been extremely streaky this season, the past three weeks have been a roller coaster for owners. And after another disappointing week last week, owners aren’t sure what to do as he faces the Carolina Panthers this week. The Panthers are the 3rd best defense against fantasy football RBs, and held Ingram to just 7 points in PPR in week 6.
Ingram doesn’t have much going for him this week, flex at best.
Should I trade Frank Gore for Larry Fitzgerald? (@jaypezzy33)
Larry Fitzgerald brought saw a huge amount of targets with 18 last week,many are looking to sell. It is definitely a sellers market right now, and I would hold off on buying unless Fitz is supplemented with another players. Such as a RB.
Maybe wait a week, see how Fitz is affected by his tough matchup against Minnesota this week. Then consider buying.
Good QB for the playoffs? (@thegeneralbear)
The best Fantasy QB in terms of fantasy football playoff schedule, is Philip Rivers. He will play a span of 4 straight games against teams that are all at the top in terms of fantasy points allowed to fantasy qbs.
If you need a Fantasy QB to trade for, or possibly pick up, Rivers is about to heat up in the next few weeks.
What should I do with Ryan Mathews going forward? (@nicebeargames)
There is a ton of confusion in the Eagles backfield, and head coach Doug Pederson just make sit worse. Coach Pederson is never clear about what is actually going to happen in the Philly backfield and as a result Mathews typically has a lighter workload than expected.
It is my recommendation that you trade him.