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The RotoViz Mailbag – A New Order in New Orleans

Tell a man how to set his lineup, and he’ll win the week. Teach a man to leverage the full might of the RotoViz apps and expertise, and he’ll crush his league.  Last week, we ran down a list of slow starters who could turn things around in time to give your fantasy team an edge. At the top of our list was DeVante Parker, who was knocked out of the game with an injury. It’s not expected to be serious, though, and Parker remains a positive-regression candidate. We also advised you to site tight on the running back who has the most receptions over the past two seasons, Theo Riddick. He had another four receptions for 45 yards Sunday but was outcarried by Zach Zenner. I’m not sure how much longer you can afford to carry him through the bye weeks. On to the Week 6 Mailbag and the most pressing question coming out of New Orleans.

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By Cort Smith | @cortnall | Archive

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  1. what happened to the "Sean Payton hates Mark Ingram" narrative? Was that ever real? Can Kamara become the lead back here?

  2. Dennis says:

    I still like Foreman and think he's a good buy low, as maybe a sneaky add in to a trade. With D-Watson, Miller who they committed so much money to is finally scoring rather than touching the ball and never scoring. And foreman looked very good when in so its likely his fumble that has him riding pine. with all the extra touches for Miller, comes extra risk of injury right?
    and with tyler irvin on the shelf and Blue banged up and not dynamic anyway, with an elite fantasy playoff schedule, Foreman has an outside shot at league winning upside that these other guys may not. i agree if u need help grab McKinnon for sure. but if u can afford a stash, why not Foreman

  3. I never peddled that narrative, personally, @jasonhumes -- Ingram has been a heavily-used RB1 the last two years. I don't see Kamara being the lead back in terms of total touches, but he certainly may be the higher PPR scorer of the two.

    I totally agree @JollyG804. I did my waivers today and I held on to Foreman in all my Apex leagues. Just didn't feel right to drop him. Here's hoping.

  4. Dennis says:

    thanks Cort! yeah, looks like today maybe it wasnt the fumble so much as the hip....as isiah thomas and pouncey learned recently u really just cant move right with a hip injury at all! no agility

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