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    League 1 7-1 and just want to guarantee a win. Guy I'm playing is on BYEpocalypse. AJ, Mixon, OBJ and Ebron out.

    Choose 2 RB: Conner @ Balt, Ingram vs LAR, Murray vs Det, Chubb vs KC

    Choose 1 WR and 1 Flex: 2 remaining RB from above, Baldwin vs LAC, Sutton vs Hou

    League 2 2-6. Desperate for a win.

    Choose 1 WR and 1 Flex:

    Godwin @ Car
    Collins vs Pit
    Sutton vs Hou
    MVS @ NE (I am starting Davante.....but this is tempting)

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    League 1 RB = Conner + Murray Flex = Chubb 1 WR = Sutton

    League 2 WR = Sutton Flex = i might lean godwin with fitz back

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    League 1

    RB - Conner and Chubb
    WR - Sutton (I read that LAC are really good against slot receivers)
    Flex - Murray slightly over Baldwin

    League 2

    WR - Sutton
    Flex - Godwin, I expect the Panthers to get up big early and Fitz having to throw a lot. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by PenguinHunter View Post
    League 1

    RB - Conner and Chubb
    WR - Sutton (I read that LAC are really good against slot receivers)
    Flex - Murray slightly over Baldwin

    League 2

    WR - Sutton
    Flex - Godwin, I expect the Panthers to get up big early and Fitz having to throw a lot. haha
    Ya I heard they're incredible against #1s too. Is Baldwin even a 2 now though? Grrrrr

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    League 1: Conner, Murray, Chubb, Baldwin. For flex, play the player who has the latest game Sun or Mon.

    League 2: Godwin (WR) & Sutton (Flex, 4pm game) for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwojt21 View Post
    League 1: Conner, Murray, Chubb, Baldwin. For flex, play the player who has the latest game Sun or Mon.

    League 2: Godwin (WR) & Sutton (Flex, 4pm game) for me.
    Just to confirm....you're just saying I play whoever plays latest? Not who you think will do best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyrobot View Post
    Just to confirm....you're just saying I play whoever plays latest? Not who you think will do best?
    Nope--not what I'm saying.

    League 1: IMO start Baldwin WR, then Conner, Murray (monitor Cook's status), and Chubb--doesn't matter who you flex, they're all 1pm games.

    What I meant was, optimal lineup strategy is that you should play a person in your flex spot who has the latest starting time. Using your lineup as a hypothetical, if Conner & Murray play the Thursday or 1pm games and Chubb plays a 4pm or primetime game, you'd want to flex Chubb. It will maximize your roster flexibility by allowing you more options to replace Chubb (or whoever the player is) with a RB, WR, or TE if unforeseen weather or injury arises (more common than you think).

    Hopefully I explained that alright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyrobot View Post
    Both 0.5 PPR

    League 1 7-1 and just want to guarantee a win. Guy I'm playing is on BYEpocalypse. AJ, Mixon, OBJ and Ebron out.

    Choose 2 RB: Conner @ Balt, Ingram vs LAR, Murray vs Det, Chubb vs KC

    Choose 1 WR and 1 Flex: 2 remaining RB from above, Baldwin vs LAC, Sutton vs Hou

    League 2 2-6. Desperate for a win.

    Choose 1 WR and 1 Flex:

    Godwin @ Car
    Collins vs Pit
    Sutton vs Hou
    MVS @ NE (I am starting Davante.....but this is tempting)
    League 1:

    RB: Conner, and Murray if Cook is out; Chubb if Cook is active.
    WR: Sutton
    Flex: Chubb or Ingram

    League 2:
    Sutton and Godwin
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwojt21 View Post
    Nope--not what I'm saying.

    League 1: IMO start Baldwin WR, then Conner, Murray (monitor Cook's status), and Chubb--doesn't matter who you flex, they're all 1pm games.

    What I meant was, optimal lineup strategy is that you should play a person in your flex spot who has the latest starting time. Using your lineup as a hypothetical, if Conner & Murray play the Thursday or 1pm games and Chubb plays a 4pm or primetime game, you'd want to flex Chubb. It will maximize your roster flexibility by allowing you more options to replace Chubb (or whoever the player is) with a RB, WR, or TE if unforeseen weather or injury arises (more common than you think).

    Hopefully I explained that alright.
    Ahhh I misread. Gotcha yes I always do that. Great tip though

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    Quote Originally Posted by dejeanneret View Post
    League 1:

    RB: Conner, and Murray if Cook is out; Chubb if Cook is active.
    WR: Sutton
    Flex: Chubb or Ingram

    League 2:
    Sutton and Godwin
    Ya...Cook is really killing me today. Surprised they're letting him come back.

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