#2 guy. Lev is washed, practice quad and a year further removed from Coach Reid valuing Darrell Williams more than him. Williams had already overtaken Hill on the depth chart based on performance. If he couldn’t do it in that offense then he’s not doing it here. I agree if you have better options don’t do it but with them playing Monday night Ty’son isn’t a bad candidate to stash and see because if he does well he will be the guy fresh on the minds of those that run to the wire. Might as well work a week ahead and already have him on your roster if you like him.
I’d drop Samuel if you need to. The first ability you need to succeed in fantasy is availability. I don’t care how good a player you are if you aren’t on the field you are ZERO in fantasy and clogging a roster spot. 9/10 times a healthy player in a similar situation is more valuable than that so unless it’s a Michael Thomas or something and that was your strategy when you drafted to hold that guy then I think you can let go if you need to.
1 practice in four months and re-injuring yourself days before the start of the season is not a good sign for his prospects moving forward. Look for the a rookie that’s practiced and had a good camp to slot in place of him and have a chance to do something.
Video of the route he tweaked it on was on twitter and he was barely doing anything. If 4 months rest didn’t fix this then probably only surgery will. If that happens then I’d say that’s his season. The first week of the season is valuable. There are players that could potentially pop that you would want to roster.