The boys are BACK. Many lesser men would blame a plethora of reasons behind our recent losing streak (a tragic week 7 bye week, a comical number of injuries, single digit losses, etc) but I take full responsibility for my all star squad’s current position at 4-6 in the Arbitrage League. I have been blessed to represent some of the best talent in the league over the last 10 weeks and to be trailing to DPJ’s squad is a true disservice to their talents and the NFL as a whole. I look forward to the damage this dream team can and will inflict on this league for the rest of the season. Strap in DPJ, it’s about to be a bumpy ride. It’s officially comeback season.
Waiver Wire Advice:
AJ Dillon – Aaron Jones going down this weekend is exactly what the doctor ordered in regards to an AJ Dillon breakout. This guy is an absolute bruiser, the Packers have been looking for ways to implement him more into the offense all season and now he finally has the big stage to prove why. I think AJ Dillon is going to be better than Aaron Jones eventually and he steps into a great situation against a Vikings defense that struggles against the run with a QB that’s thirsty for a get right game and loves to throw the ball to RBs. If Dillon is available in your league, it would be absolutely reckless not to snag him while you still can.
Robert Woods – This take is as obvious as it is unfortunate. The Rams wildly consistent WR2 tore his ACL at practice last Friday and will miss the remainder of the season. Holding onto Woods at this point is wishful thinking and a waste of a roster spot on your team. Rip the bandaid and move on.
Derrick Henry – Totally opposite from my take on Robert Woods, if you drafted Derrick Henry and you’ve dropped him since the announcement of his foot injury… YOU’RE INSANE. I can’t believe I’m having to write this but I’ve seen him dropped in two of my leagues so far so I had to put my foot down. First thing to keep in mind, Derrick Henry is an absolute physical specimen. Yes he broke his foot, but what people keep failing to realize is that HE PLAYED THE REST OF THE GAME ON THAT BROKEN FOOT. You read that correctly, he went back in after he sustained the injury and finished the game. His initial recovery timeline was 6-10 weeks (he was injured in week 8) which could put him back on the field as early as week 14. Week 14 is the end of the regular season in most leagues this year. That means that you could potentially have the #1 player in fantasy football show out for your squad in absolute crunch time this year (albeit playoffs or sacko implications). If you drafted Henry, for the love of God please hold onto him. If you’re lucky enough to snag him off a sucker who dropped him in your league, congratulations, you’ve potentially won the lottery (and quite possibly your league).
Arbitrage Week 10 Scoring Breakdown:
|POS||PLAYER||WEEK 10 SCORE|
|POS||PLAYER||WEEK 10 SCORE|
|WR||Michael Pittman Jr.||9.6|
|WR||Odell Beckham Jr.||2.8|
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